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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VOL. VIII. NO. 9iii. I'KKN'rON, TLJKtiDAY AKTKKNOON, SKPrKMJBKK 9, 1890. TWO CKN'l'B IHE ELECTION IN MAINE. A Largely Increased Plurality for Speaker Reed. lUHLHUH'S M It Slay Reach IOOOU Speaker Ileetl'i I'lurullly Veuily Ilcailien 0000 anil II I Than lie Fver Ilecelved Refore. Cliulrumn Mauley H Menaajje Mi SnpL Man lej of tht Hopublicau state comuutUia, Bent eurl) this morning the following patch to 1'resulent Harrlbon tho Republican majority thrown ia an off jear since 1W) and a larger majority than given in a preai deutial contest since 1W8, with the singlw cjkuep-- tions of 1884 and 1888 Governor BurloiKh is re- elected by a plu exceiding Heed IB re elected b> the largest plu rallty he has ever received exceed- ing 4 500 Repre sentatives Dmg lej Boutellp and Millikcu are it elected b) ranging from 3 (WO to 5000 I he Pine Tree state indorses your admin istrttiou and remains firm m its advocacy of prt te-etion to Vmericau industries and Amu lean labor Heed Plurnlltj Nearly B 000 POKTI Me Sept tight out of lift} three towns m the First district give Herd 10UM Fianlr 11 Heed's plurality aguust The letnaliilng small and will not material change these figuris Cumber lai d cotintv is lucomplete, but no doubt tin Ht publican count} ticket is elected by pluralities ranging from 1 "XX) to 2 000 A Laruv Republican Gain 'J wo hundred and ten tovvtn give Bur lcit_h 4u W Ihompson 4.7 Clark, 861 M ittcrmg 938 The same towns In VtHl give a Republican vote of 60351, Demo- cratic 17 .J44 Prohibition 1 370 scatter ing 1 (IS) Republican plurahtj againbt 13007 Republican gum, 501 If the towns to hear from f ill off in the same proportion the final vote should stand Republican about 64 jOO Democratic 45 500 scattering i) (XJO total 113000 In IhMS, off JfitTj publican itiVJl Democratic, Pro- hibition 1 HIV scattering 83 Republican plurililj liiu. HUB )car ILe plurality H ill be about 19 OOC a gam of 1 Utx) alic id of the presidential year Ihe Prohibition 11 c Prohibition vote comes united with the scattering or omitted, so it is classed R.H seatti ring and may be considerably r Ihe members of congress are all Ji.elii.Ul 1 U.Jjc JJJUJUJIU..I, Ml lUe bcug du ibled The countj officers are nn stl} Republican the senators are proba- bh all Republican, as lu the last leglsla ture and the representathes must stand full as strongly 125 Kepuuhcanb to Democrats The 'Vote In Portluod. Portl ind gives Burlelgh 3673 Thomp- KHI 2 14i lnrl j3 the largest ever guen a number for this district One Republican represtntativc to the legislature (Cunning ham) Is defeated Guptill (Dem winning b> J v otta Mr Reed Speaks Hit re was a big rally at the city hall last night and Congressman Reed spoke He BUI 1 I suppose we never shall know what it is to possess the earth entirely but I think that we-have got rather an adequate notion of it after all If any one of you think or I imagine I know words enough to expiess adequately this situation he does more honor tc> my courage than to my good sense aud I have held many such meetings all alone to ourselves, but what we have done today will go far be jond thin district and this state Hitherto I had only to return to you personal thanks for your kindness to one of jour fellow townsmen I believe I have a now to give jou the thanks of hundreds of thuuuandh of good Ropub Hums all over the United States of Amer ica fir )onr faithful work has deservec much more tlnn I dare to say to you lie Waa Surprised Kvcrj one of jon knew that the un prccedentcd plurality that was given two years ago was m some measure due merely to local causes and for mj part I did nol anticipate that our uttermost exertions wouldtnable us to repeat what was done then An off jear always tell on the majority party ocpcoinlly aftcp such a splfiuJld ample as that of two jears ago, and a reas- onable majority or plurality might have been wxlcty misunderstood m thin country I confess m) self not to have been f roc from anxiet} upon that point, but, my friends my wildest dreini has been more than re- I know I do not in the least regarc this matter as u personal victory I know that it transcends that and lam glad that 4t does. I am thoroughly gin tlmt in j tltsti lot n ill be an ln- ccntne andenc junigement and the brmger of hope to the Republicans all over this country for we are engaged now m as great a battle as ever the Republican pally fought Lifted to a Great Height "It h at mlicu ohr duty todaj as it BVei was in the dark tlajs of the wai to carr; high tho binnerof Republicanism, of civil Uation and of progress and, my friends you lifted it totlaj to a height It rests with the people of the Unitt d btatts now to see that it is carried for waid You have done your duty, now lei no nil how and nrnr that thcr will rto rhHr Absolutely Pure. A erram of tuttrr bating pvnder. High Mt of In 1-wTemng U. B. Bepuil, 17, rom one enu o! tlie cot nti) t 1.1 1 i Ml Kecd child 1> culling f i U let, heers foi the Kepiil liean pam HI 1 they were gwcu with lltiodo PROVIDFM.E Sept 9 htatc com have decided to h Id tljt lit publi an congressi jnal at 1'iovl leucc on Oct 7 It is midlist t i that ex Hfrbtrt Laid be the candl lute for tl e I list district now lepresented Hon Henry J Spouner ami that the >ent incumbent Hou O Viuold will be nominated as his own su t uss )r Secietury Hlaliie Did Not AKLbH Me Sept j Hhtliitr as unable to come to Augusta as w is his oteutlou be ng kept it H r H i I I y mportaut Chairman Man ey effected a pair for him Cuuntei (.aught Nl-wloiK Sipt 9 1 not jnoiiBcouu terfeitcrs haileB Mnncll alms Sulvese and Charles Harris alias who came from ban Traneisco two months ago to fleece eastern mtTclmnts haVe" "been aT rebted Murrell was born in Italy of edihh parentB aud Harris born m _ >ui riiej bndajwiU.Hi'iKschemebased ou the claim that that the) could makeJIO gold pieces out of baser metals b> a method owa only to themselves 11} had them shadow e 1 up to the time of their arrest About ten dajs the swindlers tried their art-, on a rich miner from New Mexico, but lljrntwi sent for the miner and put him on his guard Ihe in .pector then had the miner introduce De tcetne Conwa) as a promising victim with the result that Conwav was shown the modus operandi of the counterfeiters and with the assis auce of the two shadows nabbed them both A Politic il OiurreL PlTTMUK'j Sept over the btone Slums contest in the Twen tv third il et John Thompson stabbel James tortl six times in the nerk and once in the leg fcord it is feared, will die He w LS employed as barkeeper at Tones Stuffirs salocn federal street w here the fight occuned Ihompsoa is a notorious char acter V warrant is out for his arrest for violating the election laws at the Shlras primaries on baturdaj la1-! About three jears ago Thompson shot and killed Jimie a njted light weight prize fighter in this eit) Ihompson was ar rested and locked up Senator 1-Hrwell erj 111 CHU Ills Sipt dispitch from is savs that Senator Far well is lying ill at the rouu tain house in that citv and that his fa-mils in charge almost despair of hi' ultimate recovery W alter frarwell a son ot the senator hoNevci Ui that Mr rarwells illness is regarded as serious Overwork an 1 mcnt tl fitigue have rcn dirul his health verj uncertain but his family say he Is being treated, and they expect he will be ible to come homennd be on his feet agim bj the latter part of this week >r tho beginning of next Rev Ur ipurgeon Perr> Arrested PIIILULLIHIA Sept Dr Spur gc m Perrj a_'i d 70 h is been arrested here on a charge of stealing a valuable horse, a phaeton and a set of hnrnes- in Brooklyn N Y on Aug 21 Perr) was arrested while trying to sell the horse He had in his pockets three Mexican coupons of e ich representing six months interest on three bonds of 000 each and two new paper clippings referring to the excellent work he ha 1 done as chairman and treas urcr cf the Otcan church at fonej Island Hi-, leal name is said to be Dav id Spurgeon ftued b> Athletic Plujertt Pint DI-LPHU Sept Robin son and Shafer of the Vth'etic Baseball club have instituted legal proceedings a unst the management looking to the recovery of salines for the month of It is said that none of the plaj en- havn received anv salary for the month of Vugnst and that the club is behind to some of them on account of June salaries I he other pi will probably bring suit hitt r in the week Hou J W Hyatt Will Run Ni I VLK Conn 'sept 9 United States Ireasurer James Hvitt has con lent il to be conn a candidate for the Dem otra it nomination for governor There ire minors tlmt Col W H btevenson ol Ri 1 y pnr whn 1 nu hlrl thfl [t uliFig candidate will now withdraw in fu i Hon Ihomas M but this isdeni d bv Cul friends Mr Hv at s cntmnce into the field will make the e an interesting one Killed by Lightning MliNCrMHD Mass Sept smith of est bpringfield a fanner dO was killed by lightning in his cow p istnre on Saturdaj The boll om Tc a MI nil he le m the top OF hia head tnrc i ff tliu run "f Ms hnt rent one "of hit, shoes and made a deep hole m the groum diroctlj underneath the bod} Got hj Quarantine with Smallpox. P M.TIWORH, Sept S John sou fiom Havre Friuce arrived here with several cases of smillpox aboard One o: the sailors e line ashore nml wandered aboul the streets for some tune He was exam mill iiml found to be suffering from vario- loid Iluvv the vessel passed quarantine II v SpHiu n and Iree Trade MAWtlU Sept Minister Cano- vas Castillo has declared in favor of a sodsl 110 itv similar to that of Emperoi dermanj He believes thai the evils of the workmgmen's condition are attributable to free trade An OM MnAon H Death Bi Tin Mil-vi Pa bept Ambrose Rondthalt r pastor emeritus of the Morav inn church diet! Sept 8 He u is the oldest Mason in the Lelngh valley Huron 1'Ian UKMII Sept a banquet given in hm hon >r in this city Baron msmann ol I ast African fame announced his design of placing steamers upon Lakes ictoria Nvnssa and He said lie would go to England to ai range for the construction of vessels for seivice on the lakes MngH Mnit Swlnff W II KESBAmtiF Pa Sopt 9 Rice overruled the motion for a new trial in th. case of George W Moss who brutally murdered Ins wife on Ot 10, 1889 Ho will be sentenced on Saturday A Conductor Under Aireit SATI-M Mass Sept A Brown, conductor on the Salom and Lowell divla Ion of the Boston and Maine railroad, has been arrested charged with larceny of tiofc- ots Georgo N. NM 630 639 Pen j street, opposite Ewlng ftroat, nothing bat Upper Lo high Bed Ash White A oh Uhigb Tt, It. SHOT IN I HE SHOULDER. A Central Track Walker Fired Upon by Wreckers. ADIS4SUK NUlROflLY AVER1KD Another SeniHtlonul Attempt to Wreck m New urk Central Trnlu Several Bhotfl Were llred at the Track Walker tu Kan to dive the Alarm Sept 9 The 6 o clock train out OfNewVork due hem at 9 50 lantr was thirt} minutes late aud as this train ia usually on time It looked BUsplcioUB 11 is Intimated that a blockade intended to wreck the train was discovered by a track walker at New Hamburg aud the train waa flagged just in time to present a serious accident Ihe blockade it is said, con sisted of rails aud some railroad Iron I he div islqn superintendent was not ,t his office but his assistant said nn word of the attempted wreok had been sent him At 11 o cluck a passenger st the depol was found who had talked with the tram on .belfl trfrlfi. TJw highly sensational and was to the effect that at a point called Old Trov near Ham burg thetram was stjpped so quickly that the pas-it n0trs were throsvn from their seats There vvas great excitement, the peopli onthetriln believing that there wai an other acudeut The cause however was the appeiranceof a trackman with a red lantern aud with blood streaming from a wound in his shoulder Ihe engineer said he heard several shots fired and then saw the man hen the trackman could speak he said that there was an ob-trnction on the track ind a searching party soon found a pile of t-lee- laid across tho track and bracc'l frjrn behind with pieces of railroad iron Ihe obstruction was re moved and the train proceeded with a thoroughlv frightened lot of passengers The above storj w is shown to the railroad officials here but they refused to say whether It was true or Shot from an Ambush A railrr ad employe who1 was on the train was found later and tells another version, probably the true one He says that two men out rowing on the river near that point saw some men busy on the tracks, and waiting until they disappeared they crawled quietly up Ihey found a steel rail d lu the cattle guard in the same way as at Albmyand braced up m the Bame way b} pieces of flange iron With all their strength they could not move it, and started down Ihe "traclT to wain the Chicagoluuitcd express They metatrack man and he twinging his red lantern, started to stop the train In an instant several sluts rang out and one took effect in the trackman s shoulder However, the train was stopped about 100 yards south ol the obstruction According to the de- scription of the barricade it was of the same build as the one near Alba_ny on Thnr A i Mht The Obstrnctlon Described. An offuml report received this morning shows that tl e obstruction was not placed like the jnt- at Albany There is a culvert at this i jint aud into that culvert were jammed seven heavy ties These ties were placed so that their butts pointed toward the appn aching tram, and if the engine had struck it the ties would only have been driven in harder and the tram would have go n into the rner The obstruction was not removed at midnight and the trains were being, switched on other tracks Two More Arrests John Cor lial 34 year? old a conductor, and John Kiernan 36 years old a brake- man have been arrested by Detective Pmkerton charged with wrecking the Montreal express at Castleton Both are Knights of Labor They were arrested on warrants issued by Justice Griffiths, of Troy, on the charge of tram wrecking made bv the Central officials The arrest thp work.of.Detective- Bryant, of Hudson and certain associates of hia, w ho are working together to get that reward A Fatal Central wreok LocKPG'tT N 1 Sept after 4am und tram No 20 on the Cen tral road was nearmg Lockport, when tram No U going west dashed arounc the curve and the two eugines came to- gfthpr Franlr TTirH0r, tram No 20 was killed His neck was broken as a result of the sud den shock, for he was not otherwise ia jured He was 40 ears old and lived in New York Engineer Bradley of Syracuse of the westbound train, was jammed m hia cab, and both his legs were broken If he lives the injured limbs will have to be amputated The trains were the North Shore limited each composed of five sleepers, a buffet car and da} coach They usually pass al Ranhorn seven milea west of here The westboun 1 was fifty minutes late, and il is said thit the engineer of the eastbount ran onjsis own responsibility intending (o get to Lockport and pass the westbounc there None of the coaches left the track and none of the passengers were injured Engineer Brow n, of the eastbound tram said that he was going to get orders al Lockpoit and that the semaphore signal was not lighted or set to hold the west- bound He salt! ne usually takes ordera. at Lockport Junction, but could not gel there and ran down to Lockport, depend ing on the switchmen at the west end o the yard here to hold the westbound train Robert Garrett 111 AIX-I.A HAPKI LE, Sept 9 For the pas1 week Mr Robert Garrett, of Baltlmoie has been under medical treatment here and is still very 111 He had purposed go- Ing to Hamburg where he hrd engaget rooms some ten days ago, but was taken no ill he could not leave Mrs Garrett anc Mrs Gaiictts father and brother have been with him Dr Jacob! hasjjeen. in constant ntton 1 nice upon him, and ex pccts to pull him through Tom iisev Knocked Out Nrw OlU 1 Sept 9 Casey, of this clt} and Vitlmr I phum of New 1 ng laud fought four rounds at the Audlbon Athletic club last night for a purse of the formei being knocked out The honors were about even up to the last when Up ham landed lunvil} on Casey's jaw aud he failed to respond to tho call of time Kacl: man weighed 118 pounds A Shike nt PlllnhnrK PiTTsm HI bept 9 600 finishing boysattlu (t I ans Hogan vans   or Mabel Hraw u Two lanturs m the corners thr i nick ering light ou the queer scene N' I lid off flint it sti tin ilic, bhoulder Mamie do this a I let fi> oue m return with her right 1 1 not Ian 1 for M ibel g it aw tv too q There was blood in both gti ii I v itruck out v icionsh Blow foil 111 and tilt tula to vvmdtl 1 tiiy was called and the girls retin 1 tl r corners i up briskl} aud went at it hami i ml ngs The} punched ea bothers fair -J i 1 rs for tweutj seven rounds and then ilf-v i mad and clmctie 1 Ihey claw t 1 r i h ed and puilei out hair Iw t re es could not have I een more wicke 1 Ihe air was full jf 1 1 ick locks ml L.U kn tresses and bl 1 vv is flowing n 1 ale rivulets d jvvn a bickgn 1111 1 e girls e intimiel t fight 1 tl irtj eight roun U 1 IK n the} were so e> that neither conl 1 lift a hand i 1 b th pin iihefl SoplnaBuir fT Jlv calltd tnue an 1 d( ct leu the i i HVV Ihen Ihe shook liaudb lit 1 voro becrecj Ihe fighters were t tk n 1 me and put tj bt d Dcctors wen ilk 1 In aud their bruises bound up Tl r} of the fill ilTur his leake i ut and couirnuuit) is thoroiuhlv shocke 1 IN OREILLYS HONOR Governor Hills Tilbute to tin Dead I oil s 111 in 115 NLW n sjt i Iheimmc e 1 1 li tonum ff tne M ti iitan U( il i--t was crow h I 1 e-st i Oht o i the i u f the mem nil m of tne u it New jrkmb in i f JilmBovlc' I llv the p jet I ller in 1 itrut 1 I r re 4 per-- ns [nsent ippi nth Kf0'lmon an 1 life "5 "iv fill Hi F i "it bands funi --1 f 1 tl me tl guests were seitel J i lir i 11 1 the mei t n_ tj Mr siatel lj i -nnd mt li 1 n ebrninm i i Dav i 1 13 Hill I L, vernor s i joi t tl pportiin i i 1 i joining with the of Ne 'i iv this lei i nstration, an 1 n pressing ur i li n itnn for tl i I 1 chain of tlu li-tt i t whose n line ]s m e e lip t ir friend and tie fnen 1 ot humaui I lin O Keill} 11 mine needs no introductiu i to an au iience It is ku jwri tbu ughu t the whole 4ibert> living world 11 r b jt of his life were spent in his ell for the unit 1 loration of bib native 1 1 and his great Struggles heroic servie ml sacrifices have ma le t-iieir mark up the hwtury of his time Mi U I eill} was not J resident of this st ite it is umg that his memor} should be tt mil Ins deeds commenior ited in even it of this re public I speak the sent u nt f this great commonwealth when I i sell th it the Ein pire state would be pi il f JohnBovle 0 Reill) as a son H tuorj will be dear to hia couutnmen eijvvhere and lear to all the 1 1 i le Speeches were iNj mile 1} Governor Abbett, of New Jersiv Juln'c iitzgerald and others Ihe pr nr i mid included a poem, John O i e 11) b} Joseph 1 C Cl irkt the of thr tie ad -poet s poem Ihe Pitriot t r bj Mr Al (red and appi putt mus cal selec tions aud resolutions The Pennsjlvanla Otthes Gutted ALTOONA Pa sept j -I ,htnmg struck the offices of the 1 m-w mm Railroad company at noon m 1 in i few minutes the building ibl Ihe building was badly gutted bef( i the fire could be "xtinguisned uieit in ge was also done b} water lie which cannot be estimated it prese it "ill bt heavy There was gieat exuu i it, for a time among the hundreds of d rks employed in the building but all i iped though there were sevetal nanovv escapes from suffocation Allruhoil 1 ibinesa is tern poranly suspended Ihe lightning en- tered the telegraph r in in which are stored tons of paper an 1 th fire comrau Qlcatmg with these f. 111 1 1 great head fvay The bolt of ia entered the building means of il i 1 giaph wires The books, recent ice i 1 etc of the saved with 1 Ificult} but a iuigo uuiubui of Joeiinu i and old rec ords were burned Iher knee of George was also stru k by Hghtnmg Mrs Margaret Otto w i- k locked sense ess and has not yet rec led conscious ness Several bjstmdeis were slightly injured KoseberjLj'H llifjh Jump. HMIKA N 1 Sept Ihe record for he high jump was brokin Mondaj after noon by tht horse K 1 ly, owned by Morthotist 5. I'tppir if I ronto, Canada The record was broken at the InterfltjitA Makes the lives of irnnv i c pie miserable, citislng distress ifter itin sour st inirh, heidacne hoarthurii 1 is of appetite, a faint, all gone 1 nl tiste, coated _. tongue nd Irregularity of Distress thobovvcli Dyspepsia dooi After not wl" of "M !t requires e ireful ntt ntlnn eating aml a rrm ly like n Simp irilh which arts utitly jetefflu nt j It tones tlio stomach ites the digcs tlon, creites rate tea was en in hunor >f the presideut and Ins famil} b} Hun HI T i is The Har rlhons and Halfortls attend d en masse and had a r nal good timi I Uer lu the even ing Presi lent Hams n reuived the elec tlou returns from Maint arrangements I ing been made during the da} with the t ml rtprt st ut itiv es if the Ljiited and As- elated Press to have their bulletin .c-rvices exit nth tl to this point Both the method and results when Sjrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshmg to the taste, aud acts gentlj yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys- tem effectually, dispels head- aches and era and cures- hahitual constipation. of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro- duced, pleasing to the taste and at> ceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action aud truly beneficial m its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedv known. of Fipa is for sale in 50c ami gl bottles all leading 4rug Any reliable druggist who may not have it on Land will pro- cure it piomptly for any one who wishes to try it. 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