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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               YOU VIII. NO. M'AULIFFE WASN'T IN IT. The Mission Boy Knocked Out in Two Rounds SIAUN IHr IHMONOl IH1 KINU McAullfTe Stdiiod to Have Walk Over lu thu Unit Round but He M Colll plettly t Lp bofulo lilt I-ml of the hticoud and I "at LONDON Sept  u0h the contest mis fierce while It lasted It w m scarcely worfhx illm, i prue light Til the second round bluxin got 111 three of riglit lidnders which completely used up Mi Aiiliffeju tills polne did not interfere for the date was kept a close secret ficket liolders wire the tip jesterdayafternoon but no announcement FRANK P BLVMN got into the The news was made known at i fexv sporting clubs about toxui during the evening ind caused a brisk betting which began even but grew in Sliixms faxor The British "spofls Ti rred to pul their money on Che in in thej h ixe seen fight The Men in the King wOiaftii lie t.eicK. liu'iiJei. began to assemble at the Ormonde club McAuhffe had trained diwn six pounds since Sumlax and tipped the scales to night lit exartlx pounds Slaxm weighed a trtfli oxir I1-, pounls At 433 the men, with their set >nils came into the ring P Mi Jlol nrthy and I C >i i i icledf >r SI ix i n while Idennn 1 Jack Burke looked after M< lack Lewis was in the corner xMth Max m and Gus Lambert was with Me Ihe referees were J i  thounl lieiiieiiit to k 11 I m Me llll blows though veij wll 1 wtle ifTicllM V Halkliii, V ilcli one minute aftei tl si eond round in lilof 1 xvus HJHI i fi U fi in the lieTds of bo h men and stieamn over rl i ir chests and shoulders I or a f w sec i Is slitvin I ist his i jiiip'isurt nud.begun t hammer MeAuhfTe with his hand nl) seaicel) taking care to keep his left on If MeVulilT hud hto )d woiuiil Jtnd put la Hlsillful 1 ft hand uk for which Slavm giive siveral oppor tun 11 mste id of hopping around the n like a cricket the result might have bi_ u dlfftltnt but he seefiied to lose conr i_'i an I fit led to utilize eas> names and I M m cliuse him around mehut, him as he pleased The Demon the King Ihe secjiid round h id still nearly one minute to run when was laid sprawling ou the sawdust totall) unable rise 111 ten seconds He had to be as listed to his corner Ihe fight was de clued over and slivins frit n K rushed ntj tie ring lifted him on their shjul lers amid immense i heirim, slum is a pel feet demon in the prue ring and an} Anienean who comes heie tu fullt hlui md win must be a fust el iss left hind hitter as slum tives lots of opporluui ties b) the too frequent u e of his hand Me VulifTe fulled to tdke ad_ of tfns weak point in fact he more than met his match fr m the begin mug In the second round he failed m ever) wa) to sustain the complete coufl deuce In i backers had to have in him Ihe match was for t-> UOO The Aufltrallau'ri Record Irank P Slav in was born in Maltland N twent) seven )enrs and has been at various tunes durum hw life a blacksmith s helper a gold n hotel keeper aud an instructor in the irt of self defenst He difi ited m in> if tlie lads in d before his n is him to challenge Peter 1 were matched about a )eir b fore the sailed for this couutr) b it f jr s ime reason i elim ix was not reached SJIIH m nths 1 iter the) were matched foran e glit round t ItCht liUt Ullrtt aud fui felted his llrsi jleposit to Jackson Jael hiirke of ngland wicstwicebeaten SUvm anre in K Tist ti ie in two He "went tj r upland aluut d jear af.0 ind founht H fourteen lounddriw with Jem sinitn whowasthen tin tliunpi n Ilus affair wasrne of the n st iceful in tl e lustor) of the ring P li s Jes had roughs at the li winlth t w is ihe srroi cri-r a d the br ike up lu a not Ihe Pell ii club recognized SUxm the champion of England rKKNTON, SVLUKDAY AKTKKNOON, m-'LM'KMliKK 27, 1890. I HE DEADLOCK IS OVER. TWO CKNT g JOL M'AULIFFF tried to force the pace but McAuliffe met him at every point He kept cool and came out at the close of the first round very little worse for although ie was. blowing slightly Flint Blood for McAnllffe First blood w-ns awarded to McAuhffe, and in flit during the round Slavm seem ed to have no show whatever At the end of the prescribed three minutes Charley Mit< hell jumped up excitedl) and offtred 1100 to oYf McAuliffe with no takers ei greatl) was the coiifidenci of the Slavm But in i prizi fight, as in o her things, it is alw the unexpected wlmh hnppens, and never siinl) in the nun ils of pilze fighting WHS there such n wirprne os-that userved uTIhe second KI nd JHcAnllflu HIS Whin the spionil i i nl i II 1 tl WATTERSONS NOVEL ALLEGATION K 1.0.11. Kdltor MalieB Strange ut Boston J oMON Mass Sept 2f a speech be- t r tip Ma ichu i tla Heforrn club last xii i ut the Hotel Brunswick Heiny U iti i in of The I, misviHi Lournr lour o Tariff Commission Wanted In the internal revenue features of the bill nearlj all the house provisions of the billare restored Ihe provision removing all restrictions on farmers and growers of tobacco in regard to the sale of leaf to- bacco are restored, and a proviso added that the farmer shall furnish, on demand of any internal revenue officer a statement of his bales etc A flne of is provided for violation of this proMMon The con fnrnriC-i nnmmittni kfruolc out amendments a toiiff com mission The tax on smoking and manu facimed tobaccojind on srjjifjjs nlaced at, (J owuU pei pOUud Opium manufacturers are taxed a pound upon opium manu fattured in the United btates for smoking purposes and oni> persons who are citi zens of the United btates are permitted to engage in its manufacture The senate amendment pros iding that all special in ternal tinses snail become due Juij V'l is retained in the Free List. In the free list a number of changes, most of them of no material interest, were made Raw and unmanufactured bristles were stricken from the free list In confer the seuatt in the w si he lowed to duty on w 01 leu und of wool worsted 01 the ball valued at u )t moie than lo pound shall 1 t dutiable Kt t i tiulis the imposed on um of the first class and in cent ad and the dun or worsted el ths of the sii be three times the unwashed wuol of tlie first tl s til 111 HI lie tl t u llci tl k Ht I he tu Jupgo 18 a i 1 ii n jt inieuable to u 1 "Malta pir 1 If lu I d un u Mi THE WORK OF CON nts Mudo b> tht LUM Cimtract 1 a" ASI IN I I t I agreed to the e inference repi r i I ill toestuhlisl K ek Click 1) s tnct of I lunibia House t I i pi atiug to purchase l i armor I 1 itis is decated n als the bill to .imeu 1 t prohibit the impoitiition of liil s i lei contract 1 he fifth section e u tract lubor law which proili ll a Ih act ahull not uppl) to piofchi t is artists etc w is amended b) t, 11 fore tlit w rd musts the I n usi cal or other Mr C irh le mow 1 to si 1 i words tem-i! irlj oid lined n getpcl the r cini tituted ministers ot sail) fBut thnt bill would exclude Icwish la It (rid to Ihe lion e pa' d 11 il iti ing a sub-committee of 1 l Worlds fair committee tu progress in orld s f ur matti V r lutlon n is or lerlng u tiou of the 11 that the hi i ter k on the rolls at ?10U i i Brail an of the en printing, ofnee it is sail muntti to tl e postni istei s, son Mr Mek ulej preselite 1 tl n i i report on tie tinff bill an 1 i, lui that he would c ill it up tod ij LIKE THE LECONEY MIPDER Mrs Wilier Sluires Annn H I it f bigamy n it hi he V In u if helms 1 t r inspired u ru 1 a woman 1 i me Mitrrnau lilt! s several i k lulled to fui Op, I I M I !U 1 I V t t-j <_ llr tl e st il d l at )i I i ate t n i I) 1 u in n eut ir) 1 the Uevolt r State Sen 111 d tl e (list gun 1 i I llbllettii itfvult 111 i -u ml l ite fui Liinenior I) I i i ui i htie last ben 1 I i thiee hours rpiter il ki nvn charge1; agilustMr i 1 1 i iited his alleged doeu f I tl i FALL AND WIN IER 3 I HI 1S1 1 'NO. Saturday, Aug. 30. STYLES. AU.Il- i WHS in ii BMI tie 111 t t" must tli in 1 iR n an 1 ihi I pel m (11 I1 or il rs Inili "eiit An tittntrsli hi Id here to protect (f Messrs Dillon and net! n of the police at hn Vtkmson presided u re M Dickinson i 1 -t i tin hits i OH ilh in-nil Representative f Hi listntt Bishop Foley, s i I I) ti it and Charles sttietirj of the National tin i 1 Absolutely Pure. A oreum of tartu biking powder. High Mi of In iMTemng f. a 17, TWO MORE VICTIMS no  an Im guy wire coming in Contact h in Incandescent cnciilt on Pond 111 r lire wire had been taken from the I ni nnd-Albrtny depot tu nHow frbutlrl to IK moved aud wni left lunging in mil bv the side of the pole th men had hold of the wire muds hands weie badly burned and u is supposed that lijan attempted to s ist him mil himself fell avicllm Word n is telephoned to the station nherethp uinent was shut oft BO the men could icilcascd Both men belonged in dran ville Corners Jounlm] i Co Liabilities Wolid-bim Mass Sept a meet- ing of the creditors of ilfiam H lourdan Co, coal dealers, who have failed, n statement was read showing liabilities to ue und assets In the as nets ire included 111 bad debts A committee was appointed to confer regaid uig the firm s afl'uns ___, Mi J nine Convicted Again NnYoiiK, Sept jiuj in the second tniil of Charles McElvamo for the murder of Grocer Luca, in Tlrookjwi has delivered a verdict of murder in the first degree George N. Packer, 530 639 Pen, street, opposite Entng nothing but Upper blKh Bed A.h it. Ihe house provision placing on the free Hot American caught salmon caught by American vessels etc, is re inserted Ihe senate provision concern ing pure mineral waters is allowed to re- main The paragraph covering ores of gold siher and nickel and nickel matter is retained with a proviso that the duty on the copper contained in them shall be one-half cent per pound Among the other senate amendments that were agreed to bj the conference committee are those covering plaster of paris and sulphate of lime unground, potashes, seeds and sul phuric The conference inserted paragraphs pro vidmg fur the free admission of feathers and downs for beds peltries and other usual gooda of Indians passing the boun dary line of the tinted States, tin ore, caasiterite and tin in bars blocks, pigs or granulated until Jul> 1 1893 and there- after as otheiwise piovided iorTiOflts of art by American artists residing tempera rily abroad More About Sugar The sugar schedule is amended so aa_to grant a bouatj of 1% cents per pound on sugar testing between 80 and 90 degs polariscope test and 2 cents on sugar test- ing not less than 90 degs from July 1, 1891, to July 1, 1905 The bill as amended and passed by senate and house granted a bounty of 2 cents per pound to augar test- ing 90 degs and over The conferrees agieed to the senate amendments extend- ing the bounty to maple sugar and pro vidmg that no bounty be paid on less than 500 pounds Sugar above No 10, Dutch standard is to pay 510 of a cent per pound duty anil 1 10 or a cent additional, If the country exporting or producing it charged an export duty Machinery for the manu facture oT beat sugar is to be admitted free until July 1, 1893 and any duty collected on such machinery imported since July 1, 1890 shall be refunded Glucose isretamed at the house quarters of a cent The sugar schedule is made to take effect on April 1 1891, with a uiovisto that dur rngthe uiOiHll of Mttftlh may be re fluedin bond without payment Bf duly and tiansported in bond and sold in bonded ware houses under the provisions of ex igtiug laws Other Schedules. The schedule covering imported tobacco and manufactures of tobacco is left as it passed the senate In the earthenware and glassware schedule the house conferrees succeeded m retaining nearly all the house items intnct Fancy glass is made dutia ble at 69 per cent ad valorem, colored'glass bottles ut 1 _ceut per pound_fpr piijkj, cents for quaTtefs and 50 cents per gioss for bottks holding less than a quarter of a pint of the house relat lug to the metal and cutlery schedules aia also returned I lie reduced rates of the senate on coppei and firearms are retained In the spirit schedules brandy cordials, liquors etc an 1 spirituous beverages or bitters containing ipirits are made duti able at iO per proof gallon baj rum, tl 50 per yiHon champagne and all other sparkling wines, per dozen in quart bottles alp porter mid beer in bottles, 40 cents pel gi Ion I lux, Cordage and Wool The rnte on undressed flax IB fixed at 1 cent pi i pound on tow of flax or hemp one half cent per pound on rabies cordage and twitu cvtpt bimlniL, twuu composed wholly nf n unilljL i gi IUB ceutN pel pound on cables and coidnge made of hemp 2> fi nls per pound tarred S cents per pouud cotton bagging valued at not moie tlmu 0 cents per square yard 1010 cents, valued at moie tlinn 0 cinls 18-10 icnts i nnnitint made bv to l u n s t ei e in immlcr sted toi il e farm Piobiblj Dy the Same II CAMDLS N J Sept _7 murder reseinbln features the crn 1 but hirj ol conej a aj.o stirnd the t same Mcmitv 1 lit the prettj wtf of Ji hn M i i farmer was foui d with hei 1 completelj exert 1 from the ti i concealed in clump I bushes j from her home That she had ha 1 a fl ightful life was eudentdt turn 1 rain had be iten d iw n it h id n the ideutatioiif, m th earth 11 had been caiif-lit in thi teeth o ant T'l tmijl uigU Mrs Milkrhal L.OIII. to M the raorniiif, and wa-s letnrn home it Mereh i i took a nTTrt cut ncn hi il of woods Little Nellie De Hidioj and passed Mrs Milln on the ruu and 3 o clock and siw 1 ward the dense w i Js Vbout yards ahead of hei thej s i enter the wuu lljAtwai th of Mis Miller f ule at the farm house md l seire soon eu 1 the fill tr i Francis Linnu a burh i whom there w a eh i i stantial eiidence in the I ecu and who was the ili'-t n n r that crime had been t Murk 01 and carly-in the mm i i ,Hir ftitrt wor1- account of rte ram SIMIJ. ue >sas to Philadelphia He did not to an 1 w is foul d at his house last night He inhered the de scriptiou of the man the ei il lien saw go mto the woods He w i-> ai rested and taken to Merch ille A pie e of old blue flannel shut f  f 'rt, the United cotnt i. 1 '-how cmi'ii1 ul i When yon that tired fepllng of ei hnustlon and you bare little ambition, your blood 18 thin and poor, there nothing that will enrich yoir blood, bring bark lire and activity HI.VI' Boot JRIr. thirc If you have made up 5 ur mind to buy Hood'a Saraaparllla do not he Induced to tike worthy Imitation, tells IIT "In one I winttobuy liood s Sarsaparllla the clerk tn d to induce me 1 uj their own Instead of Hoi d t, lie told me tin ir s would Ijwt longer, that I intent tako it on t  other began ull'T I was feeling reil m soril with i Jtpppsl i so weak that him s 4 could hardly llood'ii stand I looked like a p rson In ot tlon nood s Sirsipirill i diil mt so mi !i good thit I wondtr it njsilf SIMII H andmyfrlendsfrpquonllyiicikofI Vits ELTA A GOFF, 61 Tonne Street, llnstm Garouparilla fl ulifr1! Prcnirpd h bfC I HOOD ft TO A] II i I s I m 1 s IOO Doses One The largest vnrlety ot surFimM RFAM CHOCOLATES made In the US will be found at ANGKl.O CAMERA'S Fine Confectionery Store, I i) i t 1 n 1 results i j i il in, it is pleasant i (ill! t-te and acts i i i'} u i t c Ki ui 1s (1 l the SJS u i told- liead leuis .mil CHIPS habitual n Mi up of Figs is the iy i ils kmd ever pro i-u p; tj tlie tnsto and ao- LO tue slonuch, piompt in ution ml truh beneficial in its s, piqnird oily from the li li> an 1 substances, its in v t rjinliiiog comraond it tj .ill inil made it the most p ul n HI ie knoxxn. 
                            

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