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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               IX. I'KKNTON, WKDNfcflDAY A1TTKKNOON, OCTOBKK 29 1890.' TWO CKN'18 POLITICS ON THE BOOM. Maj. McKmley Working Very Hard for Re-Election. CAUL St III AMMAN! HALL. Blohurd troktr and Ills Braves IgorouHly Attacked ut New 1 henutoi iiian IICMIIK ts it Ut Terms ttie Curse 01 I-1 ilt i ni I'atronajje CANJUN O t deetKiveeliiy draws ne tit i the in ten h f omen nioie in tense in tin Ljeat fight 'Ihe excitement in this district can hardly be appreciated by the outside vvorld Not one single meeting hua been held at which the halls or open air space assigned has not been jammed to the limit 'I never saw anything like it said Speaker Reed at Wooster I am amazed e have great meetings m Maine, but nothing like this And do jou im ui to tell said Gen Alger ontheevt oTTns departure for MicbT gan, that in the of all this there is any i'oubt of Maj Mckmlej's Rep restn-Uitise Chtadlt comment was You don t mean to tliat all jour meetings have been liki this Mnj McKlnley Hurd hverj here the crowds that hear Maj McKmlev, speak are great The major is working like a bearer lie m Canton from ashington Oet 3 and from that dav to tht present has worked inces- santly traveling hundred of miles b> rail nnd wapon, often speaking three times daih, find avtritging but six hours'sleep inghtlv lit is not ti niiin who speaks from IIt goes among the people, presenting his case in a pi iln, sensible manner tud no nutter where he talks, whether in sttmlv. Republican Medina or in rock ribbed Hoi the Gibraltar of Deuiof he is gre> ted bj equally large nu Mi i eii v ho IKai him respectful bilei dixl it tin press forward to shake him In tin hand His declaration, 1 I will not i the dem to securea single vu'e h 1 n observed He a campaign at Canton Mondaj night S  him ami mp visitors from littiin he s nd i hev le disgusted with the filti eondition ol our stieets, and aHktdifwehid no immj tocltan them I told them ves, but luiunmny gobbled it all Ihej me to describe 11 mm any Hall I to d m> friends that the braves gathered ut their wigwam to find out how to gne to Mieke) Mai who controls perhapB nftj vous a clerkship though the poor devil can neiihi r rt ad nor write "Thp> trv to find f nt how to grtea man who-coiitrols 1U i votes a contract, or how to keep out of prison a gambling hell owner who is the proprietor of 200 votes and plentj of bordle 1 hits what Tarn many Hall is do mi; It is not a political part} It is a d for the pur- of robbing tt P cjtv of money It could not exist but for its hold ou the mn nicipal and cmmtv (flicos Take them avvaj and lanimim will fall Fianc rt M the People y Municipal league candidate for mijor, was loudly cheered He Did Not I nor the lodge BUI. fu Oct JO telegram re- ceived from Owent-boro k} states that in the course of a '-peech there benator Carlisle read a copj of a letter purporting to be from L F Livingston the president of the Georgia btate Alliance, to John Livingston, the president of the ]Sew York State Alliance, m which the Georgian is made to favor the Lodge bill L. F Livingston is the Democratic nom- inee for congresl in this, the Fifth district As soon as the telegram was shown to him he telegraphed to Senator Carlisle as fol lows "Hon J G Carlisle, Owensboro, Ky The letter of John Livingston, have read as being signed by myself, is an infamous and outrageous forgery, and as such I ask you to denounce it, "L F LIVINGSTON" The letter referred to la being industri- ously circulated through Georgia. Sherman on Federal Patronage. 0, Oct The Wigwam in this city was packed last night with.an audience of persons who gathered to listen to Senator Sherman The senator said the issues between the two old parties were not so great now as m the past, and that about the only thing worthy of dis ctiBHion was, "How shall we levy taxes to support the national With this as a text he entered upon an analysis and review of the McKmley tariff bill, and deduced from its passage many rose col ored predictions as to the future prosperity of the country under its workings The senator then paid his respects to the curse of political patronage as dragging down senators and representatives to a debasing position, and said if he had the power he would take from every representative of the people all patronage and make them free men before the government The Hotel Yen dome's Owiier In Trouble. NEW YORK, Oct 29 Chemical Na- tional bank has recovered a judgment on confession of 518 against Isaac S and Ralph Plant and Samuel compns ing the Mercantile Cloak company, doing business nt 394 Broadway As the note was made O  Star, has been arrested b> order of L iiittd blates District Attornej Akxau der, charged with sending obscene litera- ture (a copy of Ibe fetai) through the mail and advertising lottery drawiugs Bail of tl.OOO was furnished Two Men Killed PutL MJFLI HIA Oct Peter Mt Mullen and Joseph Bovaelli, repairmen ou the Reading railroad, were struck b} a tram killed A HARD BLOW TO PITTSBURG 3Ter 500 FuildlliiE Furnacen AfTeded bj the Natural 1 timlnp. PlTTSBLiUi, Oct 29 order of the Philadelphia Natural Gas companj with fuel from puddling furnace i, (finch goes into effect today is a hard blow to the iron mauuf icturern It is es tllnated that over 500 furnaces will under go enforced idleness bj the order until they can be prepared for the use of coal It is rumored that the suppl} may be again furnished but the opinion expressed by the mauufacturers is that unless they secure their gas supply from other sources they must return to the use of coal Several manufacturers have already com menced to arrange their furnaces for the 1 use of coal Ihe shortage of gaswasgen I eral throughout Pittsburg and Allegheny today A large portion of the people who use gas fires were compelled to burn wood or coal In some parts of the city there was no gas supply Ihe mills and fur uaces consume about two fifths of the gas furnished Vv lieu this suppls is cut off from tne nulls the gas will be turned into tbe mains for domestic purpotes, aad it Is believed will furnish a sufficient supply for all requirements Ihe coal operators are greatly pleased over the prospect of the returning to the use of coal The demand wilt be beavj and a revival of business and increased prices are expected. A DUEL TO THE DEATH Sanguinary Affray Between Two loung Mm About a Girl CHAKLOTTE N C Oct aa AI len, a young man of prominence m Anqon ville, this state, accompanied Miss Grace Greene to a riaute near that place last and while the affairwasat its height Julius Tyson, an old admirer of Miss Greene called joung Allen out of the room The young men present knew that un- friendly relations existed between the two and followed them By the time thej reached the spot! son had his knife out and was repeatedly stabbing Allen Ihe onlookers tried m vain to separate the rivals, but thev seemed bent on killing each otter Allen reached for hii, revolver and with a stead) aim pulled the trigger The ball Riot effect in Ijsou's temple Tyson fell to the ground dead Allen gave himself up, saying that he shot in self de fense, and his for the joung woman demanded that he should put Tyson out of the way Forger Bobln8on'n Crimes BBOtKTCjN, Mass, Oct 29 is nothing essentially new m the Robinson forgery case A gentleman has called at Mr Robinson's office to learn as to the correctness of the story of the latter's flight This gentleman said he had let Hobmson have 000, which was every cent he possessed He is jearh old, m failing health and has a wife and family to support Lloyd E Chamber! IID, oneof the executors of the estate of the Charles btone has made an effort to re- cover the bonds which were placed in Robinson's hands to sell He has stopped payment upon them and has made a de- mand upon Rufus P Kmgman for f3 3UO worth held by him as collateral A suit is likely to result Mrs I ullerton mother of ex Postmaster Fullerton will be a loser to some extent, as she held a second mort gage amounting to 000 on real estate that was handled by Robinson and which undoubtedly bears the forged signature of Everett Robinson as guarantor They Dared Death and Died. NEW HAVEI., Oct Edward Cooper, of New York, and James Henderson, of Ohio, civil engineers in the employ of the New York and New Haven railroad, were instantly killed on the Niantic bridge at JDast Lyme yesterday The accident was a peculiar one The two v ictims were walk ing along the bridge evidently cognizant that the passenger train which left London at 743 was steaming down upon them Ihe tram could be seen a quarter of a mile, and the men thought the} had plenty of time to get out of the way, but when near the end of the bridge they were struck by the engine and throw n some distance Both bodies were hornbly mangled The men were young and it seems unaccountable that the) should h ive taken such a risk of remain ing on the track Smuggling Whisky Into Canada. QCEBKC, Oct 29 barrels of whisky bave just been seized which weie burred m a manure pile on a farm near St Anne de Beaupre Smuggling is going on near this ciiy and the lower St Lawrence region to an enormous extent The local press demands the establishment of a reve- nue cutter service to suppress the traffic It is estimated that by these smuggling op erations the government has lost at leist m the last two years The people in most of the parishes bordering on the nver are believed to be in league with the smugglers 1 heTmrrhnal archbishop hua issued a letter to his flock on the evils of the liquor traffic strongly condemnatory of the smugglers, who are to bo deprived of the benefits of the sacraments of the church lllofls' lllg Jump BOSTON, Oct 29 the 1 ist outdoor meeting of the Boston Athletic a'-socm tion E H Bloss, of Harvard m ning hop, step and jump, cleared 44 feet, HJi inches, thus establishing a now Amer- ican record Affidavits have bci n made as to this record, and they will be presented to the record committee of the Amateur Athletic union in New on Saturday Bloss belongs in FituHVille, Pa and hag just graduated from Phillips txeteracad cmy A Well Known Marksman Killed KANS Mo Oct Un derwood, one of the mostnoted wing shots in the state, president of the Kansas City Driving Park association and president of the Gun club, was driving across the Chi- cago and Alton tiack at Fifteenth street when his buggy vvas struck by a west- bound passenger tram, killing Mr Under wood instantly Deceased was about 60 years of age Correct Stjrlac for Full winter the Hitter. Heftdqna.te.il for Tiuntn -I.L.it THEATTACKONSlANLEY His Men Seem Inclined to Favor Maj Baittelot DM. >IM> OF MI1N S IUSUL. A Me in be i of the Ixptdltion Stau- ley Not u Ptil I inthrr.pUt and tu Fiuiun Kelief from I'ur.-ly Selfish I-iplorer Arralgntd LONDON Oct contrcnersy around bj tin pubin ttu u uf the Haittelot book ib fust and lunuus, and the enemies and fi it ndi of at- tack aud dtfuid thit gentleman a treatr uitiit of U Attention is called to the fact that Lieut burgeon Parke, and Messrs and Jeptha yesterday beut a comiueraoratne tablet to be placed in the ullage church in Surrey, where Maj Barttelot was boru, m token of his companions high appreciation of his services so gallantly rendeied The officers who served with Maj Bart- telot in tbe Royal erb also sent 'asiftnlar tribute, In manor) of a gallant soldier and larntuted friend Ihe t xploier Condemned It is thought strange that Stanley's charges against a mm bo houoied can be true In fact, the explorer is generally con detuned for refusing to answer the charges while at the tame time endeavoring to blacken the character of his former coin panion, and satisfactory proofs are demand ed by the Meantime the family of the dead officer their own views as to the grounds of Stanley's animus against their rtlutiM. and aie prepared to meet and Jeal with them Statements b> One of the xpedition BOSTON Get 24 Host Iroup a member of tin, expedition, now in makes the lollovMug statements "Mr Stanlt) has seen ht tu specify two things w liu h M ij ]i uttf lot did which ctiled for censure from him One is the yhootjng of i porter for stealing meat and anuilur fl a Soudanese boldiei f jrsome breecli f discipline Now btanle> had that all imxul A Soudanese soldier was shot for and for steal 11114 a KUI1 leu rounds of ammunition, and a Zauzilur porter wa3 fluked for steal ing meat I he shooting affair occurred m this manner "A court martial was held and the man was condemned to be Messrs Ward and K-nin j d in f or of fehootiug the wretch, and Janneson and nnself were op posed to such harsh mcasuies Ma] Bart- telot cast the deciding in or of the execution Ihe boldier taken out the next morning and shot bj his own com rades I was not present at the execution I had tmst it because I did not think the occasion demanded, it It was a legal execution and if those who condemn were in Maj Barttelot place they might have done the same thing Stanley Culled Him a Coward. Mr (M-Hiilej accuses me of cowardice in not interfering when I saw Ma] Barttelot getting mto trouble with the natives He told me I should have forced my advice upon him He also told me that I should have put the major in irons for shooting that soldier md sent him back to England in disgrace What nonsense Mr Stanley knows I had no right to interfere with the commander of the camp Maj Barttelot would have been justified m shooting me on the spot He was in command, not L that was not a mihtarv expedition good discipline required but one head one commander He selected by Mr fotan lev, and I reiterate mj charge fckat Mr btaulej is primarilj responsible for any blunders made Stanlej Not a Philanthropist Now, I'm not going to talk any more about the matter until Mr Stanlej makes public the charges which he intimates he will make llicn I may a reply to make Mr Stanlej his proof ell, so has el I am not going to sustain Mr btanley against Maj Bartielot until 1 know what he s going to say, neither am I going to denj blindly what he insinuates Perhaps we shall auree as to the facts That remains to be seen Mr Stanley is a great explorer but he went into this for fame and for what he could yet out of it He has no more philanthropy than my boot I will go lurther and say that the expedition was in the nature of a specula tion, and not a philanthropic relief move- ment "The capitalists who backed it were after the ivoiy which Emm Pasha was supposed to have collected Ihe officers of the expe dition hid promises of a certain share of the big supply of ivorj which was expected as a reward for their services Emm Pasha s release was a secondary considera tion entirely He didn't want to be re leased He had been up there ten or twelve }ears, and hid held his owii all right These facts expl un the entire situ ation, and the expedition must necessarily lose some of the glamour which surrounds it when it is known that greed for fame and riches inste id of humauiU, prompted the movement Gladstone Kulugi7ea Free Trade LONDON, Oct Gladstone in a speech to the workmen at the Pumpherston Oil works, enlarged upon the benefits of free trade The results of the last fifty years' economic legislation, he said, had beea that trade had multiplied fivefold, the population had doubled and there had been enoimous increase in the material, social, moral and political condition of the country Holland's Very III. THF HAGITF OcU 29 Mackay, minis- ter of the colonies, announced to the parha ment that in the opinion of the roynl phy sicians who ha.d examined the king the illness of his majesty was of so grave a nat- ure as to incapacitate him from inglne duties of the kingly office Parlia ment was therefore requested to make the declaration prescribed by the constitution Mny Throw Light on fturttelnt'R Do nth LONDON, Oct widow of Profes sor Jamieson, the naturalist, who was with the Barttelot party on the Congo, writes to The 'limes that the lift) and dm ries of her husband are being published It is pinlmblo that the} will throw light upon the Barttelot affair Brilfnnr nml Morlcy Subpoenaed. Dim IN Get Balfour and Mr Morlty been aubpneimed to testify at the trial of Commoner Harnmn and other participants in the Tipperan i lot, which is expected to take place at Mar) borough or Armagh "iSot Jack the KippnrV Work LONDON Oct 29 roionor's jury has rendered a v PI diet of murder against Nellie Piercey tlmiged with killing Mrs Hobbs at South Hampstiad Charge your mind with the fact that Hires' Cough Cnrals the remedy you waut should you have a congh or cola It In pleRBant to tHke, hnrmleBB and effective Always reli- able. Mo opium or drngi In Ita oompoflltton. IT CAUSED A SENSATION From to Illrtlitill Many Ile- II ill U Ultt) W< i M K Out Oct il[ ut In a tion f ll-a i 1 i U Utur t i, dented quit a v isitioiiheie an 1 n ut now n i t bi hoe that Bin h ill n h td a conk It i itt a1- he 1 as all il L 1 tnntd and Umt this c mftdtraU 1 1 tit actual killing laken in (ounut ill 8t Ut int ut s f Hiu h ill I i JHK got d un N fur thm I I 1 i in Htantt lin h ill vns that t n left linn 1 t lia 1 on a _ n 1 i p UL f J1 uglish tin t- in ptrft.it i JUHJ irhtn thr f  suspicion that lit uld be ttr rested fora crime he did u r nnnit be would luvtr have rein t.n 1 in Laruitln As matij days elapsed i the death of Beuwell and tht of Hire hall, this fact givey tr lausibihty to Birchall s That GoniMne-Agamnt 4.ht trd BlMM u U, Oct i- st tud on authority that a consohdat on f tlu in k pendent refiners of Ohio has tak n pi ice Ihe recLiit drop in the pric of oil is L.IVUI as one of the reasona of tht lubiiidtiun for their protection Iht com! uiati n ill make tiie most formidable the Standard h is had The parties inter ested in the combine are tb  (ongress The att general sivs of this 1 tither in individual or a corp riti n ni the ninatiou of lottery littru ire or in anv otlur should be br i Kht to the attenti >u of the grand jurj, an 1 never in hctments are found vigoruu-, piustcu ti jus. should follow, to the pud ill it this nefari jus business ma> be suj pressed In the enforcement of this law th u should be heartv co operation on tl art of the district ittorneys, the United ites mar shalb and the pobtoffice inspect irs Hart the (orpse ROCHESTH. Y Oct hud} of rKoimn fcpieli H furmer revtrfi nf fretr este brought to that plan f r bin i il During the fmieral services i luuliuii if stall lit ji s titismit inandid with ut 11 i li II ul 111 11. t 1 il Mlunta Pill sun t Ort "I In Hrottn htm 1 n 1 KOIII IIM I i Kli t is It It 1 I, Ut 1 Dollt ot DlMsi i i I I I ulvst nn M mil i n H M I i k 1) i M r D, MSI ,11 NO 1-v t I) i I u 1, 1 A tl in! i da is 11 e t hi 11 of th (oinentlon fir the m n all mini t ing Mav 1 I1-1' "i 1 bt tit i ltd ui Ihe )tar Isyl ill bt i I 1 ink u ar 1 utme will be liiinnial and be held m the aprniK mstt utl of the tall of the year Women May There BALTIMOI t Oct ladies of this and other titii s h e for some months been aijitatine. tht itstinu of whether or not women should be all iwed to enter the medical school of the Johns Hopkins uni versitj when opened blue ten lered to that unnersllj the requisite (KM) gnaiautee fund Ihe remaining f400 000 is to be shortly forthcoming anil the total amount will then 1m anil known as the Medical School P und He In Short CHIC401 Oct s a chattel broker has left the city and also creditors whose accounts will amount to 000 His two heaviest vic- tims are the Lnite, 1 M Ues Loan company and the Chicago Itustaud savings bank He owes the hist nami 1 institution and the bank 000 It is believed that he fled to Canada Balfour Receives an Ovation DUBIIS Oet Mr Balfour received an ovation upon his aimal at Aihlll He made a brief speech he was glad to meet the people and expressed his sorrow at the failure of the potato crop which he knew would cause them much suffering Mr Balfour was cheered repeatedly along his ronto Both the method and results Mip of Figs is taken; it is pleasant nd lefrpplnng to the and acts Lcntiy jet promptly on llie Kidnejs, LA or and Boweh the tun efftitualh, (did-- head i lies and .111! cinn h iliitiial (nn-tiiuition of Figg is the onlj renn ly ot Us kind pro duced, ple.wng to the taste and ac ceptuble to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial iu its efieris, prepared oidy from the healthy and agreeahle substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and 1m e made it the most popnhr known buup of Fijrs is for sale in 50c and bottles by all leading Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand pio cure it promptly fur any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRiIP CO. SAH FRANCISCO CSL UOUISVItlF, KV HEy YiRK, N 1 special Notice. The ladies find at Walhs' all the late arrnals in Woolen Yarns, among highl} recommend the following famous favorite brands Best imported German Knitting Yarn, m all colors; best Spanish Yarn, in all colors, best Saxoiry Wool, all colors; Knitting Wors- ted, all colors; imported Zephjr and Zephyr Germantown only in verj best Likewise we call attention to our grand, superb stock of Fall and Winter Under- wear, Chiklrens' Outfits, Chil- drens' Cloaks, ('outs and Hats and Caps toi tho Fall wear. Very latest handsome styles, war- ranted made ol the best materials and superior woikmanship Fall Hosiery, TCid Gloves, Corsets, fine Muslin Underwear, All new goods. Fine Umbrellas, in endless variety. One lot fine Gloria Urn brellas, which sell at 50, we are now selling at cost; }es, truly coat, only 98c. Call and be convinced. w OPPOW'IK CITY HALL The largest variety of RUPKRFINE CREAM CHOCOLATES, guaranteed to be the finest made In tho U 8 will be found at ANGKT.O CAMRKA'S Fine Confectionery Store, THWHTOK N J Fancy Ftultn, Ice Cream, Soda Water, Ice Cream Milk Shakes, Lemonade, Ae always on hund, and the bent that can be had and made These are conveni- ent for UNLIKE TEA COFFEE-GOOD FOR THE NERVES. 1 he-claims of loci, t as i ustful article of diet are steadily winning recognition nlikt K i and i oifn it is not only a stimulant but a nouiiiln r, ami it has tlu great advantage of leaving no namim i If., Es Hun L if is idapted to general use The strong ma> take it with pleasure, and the weak u ith impunity. GOES rARlHEST." 5 i( T1Ja r pffwta m tt. 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