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Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - April 9, 1886, Trenton, New Jersey VOL IV NO 1072 FRIDAY I I dilion 0 CLOCK THE LAYERTY TRIAL CITIZENS READY TO VOUCH FOR HIS GOOD CHARACTER Proceedings of the Court of Impeachment To-day The Defence Fifty Subpoenas Minnie rand AB man Recalled The Court of was m see but fifteen minutes tins morning The defense had issued sub u to about prominent oi New Jersey who would testify as to Mr excellent character when a resident ol Jersey City Subpoenas had been sem il ou Hou 4 A Hardenberg 101 George C Lud low Mayor Gilbert Collins Register Geo B Fielder Hon Orestes Cleveland Judge Kx Hon H Generil Join F Major Pangborn Mayor Ki A Don nelly District Jcb Judge McGill and others M my of gentlemen were present in the room to-day At the opening ol the Co nt President Grid's announced hit the do fense had concluded to these witnesses on the ground thu testi mony waa Minnie the b bv anil Mrs Hel ler were present in the c n rt room The trio are taken to mil liom their to the State House m i t b Mrs Mush the ex matron the discharged convict aud the fimons man Jake Fischer in at'endauce waiting to be m il Minnie nasi ill eel to the witness stand by She looked ex comely as she it m the large arm chair to the lett of President Griefs Her usually pale cheeks had n decided cast bhe ir Hie put to her with consider ible Her testimony in p rt was as I was sworn at the hearing before Police Justice Stabl at the City H ill in this city VI told him that the indiscretions Mr occurred in the Inspector smok ing and sewing rooms I did riot tell Mr Stalil of the table episode at the hearing because I I to refer to it I to'd Mr Kessley at my m the Mercer that I did not refer to the table story to Mr Stahl I told him that the I did n t speak of It st that time e I did not re member it 1 did Dot rt member it I did not say that it occurred on anj day except Sunday Assemblyman Jacob was recalled by the aud produced a letter written in German sent bj Barbara while in prison to in Newark The lettei purports to Mr up a room for Minnie Schafler eo she could have a retreat during her sickness The claims that the letter declares Minnie IB to make big money she is released fiom prison and that Mr wis promised a large sum for procuring i ro m for the ex-convict The litter wia marked for identification and the Court directed Manager R Wayne to translate the same into and return it to the Clerk Conrt then adjourned until morning at 10 30 o'clock ALDERMAN MILLER ARRESTED Up in I t on of Bribery Demusey Escapes F Fill April 8 ives Brown aud Cosgrove nf New Alderman H Miller of York at to dny upon warrants charging him with bribery m the way Railroad legislation Miller was prised at his but made no resistance to returning Ex- Alderman Josiph Dempsey wanted on the same has been stopping in this city or several weeks but learning of the presence of the detectives he left the city early this morning leaving no cine to direction taken High Water In South Jersey April 8 The Delaware River is still and docks and wharves are under water The collector's office cf the Delaware and Ran tan Canal is by water The low lands of sylvania as far as the eye can reach are tinder water The passenger boats plying between this city and Philadelphia in nome cannot make landings as the docks Are submerged Delma a Hie of Miss Delma Wooley daughter of Print ipil Vto ley of the Academy street school took place at noon to day from her resilience No 136 East Front stret t Out of respect to Mr Wooley all the public schools were closed The was very largely at- tended Get printing done at Wt corner Slute Greene WHAT THE THUNDERER S WS Outspoken Comments of the London I npt r ou the I resent April 9 in its com meutH upon Mr Gladstones treat ej h yesterday in the House of Commons In substance the measure to place Ireland m a position not like that ol aSt ite of the American but like tha of Canada a sell Separation is complete aud 111 principle and the dons which tie professed secure the Tie imperial Parliament must in l be since there is no sufficient sin tion behind them id the card u 1 point to which public opinion must be nn mediately directed Is the nation ed to give Ireland an independent politic il existence AVe cannot suppose tin IP IR any room I ir doubt on that point I would be grossly lo assume th t ti House will to second reuli the measure which cannot possibly Bur vive the debites in LONDON April t Not the least striking feature nl tie scl erne is omissions llu al M i c any special I r I Met is tl i In thing lo condemn the k tiHei is the liam i n Mr Gladstone expl ui il tie Kr i n though c I i if the Imperial taxation 10 at whole argument is by me ip 1.11 in ibe face of plain facts Mr I H evidence thit he rt ju r he immediate of be u turn i the Constabulary to tne the of the died Mi Gladstone would pi ice on tl proceedings of the aid reduction of the sum whn is to lor c t he Empire If the are uni re plied to accede to bis views on points the will not the separatists whom it was meii t to thi me a ure will meet be prov 1 oi any en rt the Qi ecu s sul l els 1 is a ot dl corel not ot jeice for 1 1 o ps By Adulated I revs lilt G U U V i I dated to the from says Today Governor n re sponse to telegrams from the city authorities at Laredo State r Hall and Representative Santos representing that riot and pre in Laredo and ask that troops be sent to suppress the riotous element and restore order has the Rifles Captain Scl m State Ranger Company to proceed to I aredo on the first tram to assist the locil ties in preset the and m arrests The Give nor has ordered Gem il Roberts and Smyths to Laredo to take command of the State forces represent tint more trouble is anticipated aud ssy tb it the civil intending to arrest tl e rioters are threatened with armed resist ones and that bloodshed is imminent that the partisan feeling is bitterly aud that an unbiased force is necessary to calm the disturbing element and prevent a repetition of the tragic scenes of yester until calmer counsels prevail THE FEDERAL COURT The Case of Draubangli The Railroad Co Concluded The case of against the Lackaw and was concluded in the United States Circuit Conrt b fore Nixon this morning begun on The jury briefly and at 12 in they retired the hour of going to press a Ini not been rendered The plaintiff resides in mil was driving along a road beside tin of the on which an engine standing Tust as the plaintiff rr 1 a position it the engineer or someone on the engine opened a Meam by which the h and buggy were en in the The horse jumped and the entire rig with the plain tiff were thrown down a foot em and serious clone Tor thus sustained the is brought to recover The general panel of h is been clis until Tuesday morning Mercer SpeoUl But little business was in tlic Mercer Court this morning mat ters in the Orphans Court were adjusted and a number of naturalization pipers There no criminal trials The Trenton Sewer BUI The Trenton Sewer hill came up for third reading and was passed in the Assembly this morning Mr vote win the only one cast against the measure lossoe in the THE TROUBLES IN TEXAS The State ol tit Laredo A Bj lilt 111 t I t tun i ni y A special Irom s 1 ol the men w muled in i i lav s pe conflict died tod 17 Ibe i uv five Boti killed tud t u v Int iK to clav Business is 11 Kifle an c ted to arrive by spei i il to petition signed by many is vv is tt to Governor land this morning e that Stite troops are on vv ly here to the peace e m ist earnestly protest said pi iced under the control or lion of thi loc il of Laredo or md more illy that the li is ro control them City Martini B ij ird gives your pondent this as to the cause of yc tird iv a ink The mec fiom Mexico md ticket they undertook to insult us bv b u in our party in 1 he boys would n it have it that way aid iv e i 1 jit i an hem tl c L i IT ne 11 il by i ud nils mi he 0 e P u to b the II mi he h c inn itn if I it r to one the H the B tin igo il 1 iv i i K s a t i 1 i e I t le li is i i i e i 11 iec l 1 i T i i finer ind linn S w 11 K i tin e e ion i or e-p i i t i r-c by Co md I i ml it Ini i si ki e m r i t I st r the st ite i t li n Lin I ttd tne troul e n il did not to lie requested Iv f fur puh bit in 1 my nun 1 c i h n tin tn t shots I k ew i i -i n neh VT a lea lir ot b 1 i i ii h it City Maish il 1 iv i 1 v s II MI b led i therefore i1 f v i- 11 i i i v to tl e C I k i f v i e i id 1 le r n when t je I i i in Kid I tied wholly on mv i ni r n t in the i i i v 1 tit n is no law 1 i 11 i iv I lie ill l m i d U ol del v so I determined to et ai d j t ul Irom the Vi meut 1 better pie jured tli l l th mi il when tl ev saw our bins hie 11 between them 11 neie iv 1 null just ff my icti HI ih it I nu veil ij t invaders from is I 1 iye know ledge ol numbers ol men t jinn 4 iv r tiou New I iredo Mexico en it mis 11 skills Thirty tnu L i id el e tr tc me luat ire sudi as 1 lever saw except in tin 11 civ il v i it 1 shall keep a del ichim it 11 ti s on guard be at the N nu i il hank until tho State airne To dav it H dim id the battle would 1 ive bu n t tij ill md hundreds killed li id lit C Barnard acted Ibe Cu mel led the tones Vs he M m street the bullets were flying tli ck and but Le neither to In kfl lut n ai lied his men ot the md flourishing i the combatants to over Ins inns anil cilled oil the Botas 1 bin tons action during the excitement ii d m the extreme t i night is one of but the tn ul le is not I iri do Mexi o special says This tity i- grt Ulv in the out tome ol the Luedo Tex is election troubles m is as it is understood th if ild tlie Hu u ii be faction comt into would it once take steps to firm i connection with this tity bv ing the Ki Gi mde river for ur Hota party is op to They have bun in pover years ami hare nib el the country md ity with firm band I are on ted tbc bridge and i irs will lip nl the future A government c ills to the I ict tl at the I was r ilu more serious than the in revolution it win b w is made so much of by the 1 St Morn on the Plan 1 if t ne 1 oil 1 e tors of tin mm Kiili al hill in tin in n f relief phn j r ict ally Iij in I I Inn as wi 1 b le il HI a II VT lavs Ackn urn yi for mil h il ti i v I lie wan In wife pli i k 1 to tin hargn ftl d Ins u Hirers him hail foi I tut 7 rp f Ii i t Vr 1 nr i fnw partner Mr Ran inm 1 1 i r cf I A A Drake if 111 Ke v I rf drovo n nny o li ra urn that Pal s Is nfc mrr and I rt hi ni untune and ft jf r n ll Advertise Rente in the TIMIM Advertise your properties for rent or sale in THE TIMKS il bv i Be ui A ni in vv ho vv is n n 1 tli f uv dock the i d iv 1 1 1 1 II mil vv alki d vv itli MH li n II i t l it ho vv is 1 it 1 i hill n uni i bj a It n is in i tb I 1 n I i 1 I is inlaid bv l I u ili ut t it ago unl 1 li iven t n v bi I jet How did it h n W ell 1 VV IS III l lllllll l 1 l I II tti b iv I is i t n i in 1 I out OIK ni in n il it I i li k to the n It w i 11 Hi ulv d u 1 but as 1 knew th vv iv t ti 1 I t t ike i 1 inti in I vv thin tvvi fid ut tin si il i H i 11 s nn I uses up m fi nil i 1 in I 1 1 li n f i ono of the me n il it ll i in nd I Well putti t it is it 4 stood tin 11 1 t v in 1 m ulc no i in 1 1 i i it Conn m vv n i t In Till 1 lit VV s o I M I h IS if in I i of in in I I 1 t i him c lit nl nj ill linn in I vv ISM t two i on Is di i mg th u I li i I 11 1 1 Id i 1 in 1 to t tin in n v 1 il 11 t li t m II ul I nu Mel 1 I k ti i i liuj ni vei in ik in I t t li t 111 It W Is like 1 s in i i s v s e n m 11 I li i In t time to vdl I i n nu 1 i ili i in ind I f It If 1 i tl ill t I until all of i u 1 I n n i lit m Vl 111 M I C 1111 I ll I I II I II It 1 1 vv is in th sn u ii tl 1 u vv i i III in vi l bit in it ill And vmi i nl i ip s i i t of th it 1 ul v n ll 1 1 t I iv s in ivv v it i nv I I i i mot i i t i i i lh in i vv i p I i h ul mv l li vv i- t ik n xw iv l i tin months linn ovu i li Id n ui 1 t thi 1 n i n v i me loin i di m 11 in ll i Detroit In K tin II 11 fi iUi I i v I fin I i K C I -i Mi r I I i n il irs m k us i sj e i i w more unlit tines i n i e i d iv le iv i t o en nj i m 1 n i mil Ol ithel in tl i n i II 1 v Oder t last tli it the n I I u s would miH my i i it tint bis oc nn 1 within i Las Night's I he e nei rt given in th i 11 i Irous 11 Iv the h St ii o it i 1 was vi rv su u s 1 11 li m i MM and huan ml in t i v it vv I j 10 r i VV Is V II 1 M Miss A h t h I i n 11 si l a th it sli i I n i H I ef 1 I S guo in in uid t h t I the in i I lions The s iec ij is wen si s i i I r I 1 l II 1 Ulv il d 1 1 Iwi n Mi i l u d M u i i 1 i i u r i tl church I M 1 nl H s I rti d ll u 1 i ni i V K di in K it 1 i 1 i i I MO r Mi In i i is i e i ai d i 11 MO l r Mi K I i I i Mono md ivi 1 i n I ast I s il The nt th I lust evi w i l n 1 n s ui 1 far secede 1 lie t t ti us I its n ct M IL i ui i n i ove r ne him In 1 l d I i i 1 uncoil the llo r I t i i 11 v I i n will he n tin n i r 1 nu i night a sick la i will he Ui itn i li n I morrow i llu 1 ili Ih i not be n t i in n w m I tie Tom n of s I 1 I irn s I in that w ill i i it tl d i i House rein ll ill I ll e wt k in i change savs I m k I m al n is u i n presented at the CM II use 11 11 T i HE bv H r s un I 1 n i I i i I i i who i HI v lit II t i M e I n pru uni HI il I i I I I t I 1 i i while d bj the I i HI 1 b dli i i i is oue of tin in t in I i n se lies imaginable Milts John ion J nob Hill 111 tho sli tini i it h v s i I v it I isti n I i 1 i t u itli 1 Hill ml Mills I i i s m 1 N utin tho Litter won after sli IHL two out of five buds IT II i tin n u 11 to f c him 1 n un I In i n iti h I tu i I mi s S of I ist in s Bulk wt n Iv B Jj It His ro if It 1 c er in d T i tc n N J v srot KS I I H 1 y M hr I R ii Hu I n I N iv v k t nt al 11 I ii ki -I ire rn r 81 Paul s H t i o f K id 1 i Pfl lilt nil N P i fi rn 1 Ori K in I in is I o ilu illi mid k d On nha i 0 M prf r rr il Oil CHIC AM I IN OPI S I Vf Wheat fo n lork I nrd 7 V in i Ju ic 1 dl August 82 P M Wheat Corn Data Pork I arel May 910 rn June Wy 915 V Dl BLtt Mf GLADSTONE HIS FOR LOCAL GOVERNMENT l at ministration I i HIM i n to the of I ominous Mi It wiis U il il e dispi 1 to he in U i i u of I N t I i u inj j tars has London MI h i as that K h gi ite I Mi i to ilu on Ins vv iv to Huns cf ominous to his i e.isine I i the hi nre government of I 1 nd 1 he in this event the in st s mt m the ot the I ni ed Killed m Hi it tins generation b is M w n vv is i ut ti tu London c H it I nt un anxiety baa I en in mil dispatches from Ire h il the as waiting lor t nn s Home Kult lull as tlie Amen nn it I n its ui S d waited for tl Dec 1 u x i n ol In nee Mi t nes m HI i el iti on w Inch he would I the l ilise o Home Kule m line nt v is t iken of both by I 1 e onil nil supporters aud v lie In li to organize one l se be but ill the more i dim i n t if the like ol can b ii Uv li s i m m v i 1 It this morning as though In while p of 1 d tumid out aid the gieat Ml till on bis waj to l t Hi n inns ike bit f I tli dutiH him from l of vv is something that md that showed how i l i bind this old mans el Milage b ui bun upon the true li f tl e n ill in p Kule la to en in it i it is e 1 on ill Milts to night ill it Mi t hdst me s in support unl i it ID i ot his was worthy ol tie OK mil ol him It entire ly f ink mile unions md while it alarmed llu timid it convinced the u i that it wai no mere ol Home Knle tl it was them i it tin itself linn Mr vv u know lulled aud not n ill m ll to 1 n w I I ill it ai a measure de- -i til 1 i h It t the ol Ireland in II Jh took bis s v in Tfu idea of Irish I iv I ir mil v an lush i s n oi b i anil of the over- ip ot to day m the II us is will is on hide bUll Irish t ilt nl feeling t i is evidently in s I ivor Mr s state n int i f his tor opposing bis lead II s 11 IKJ w IH not regarded as a success Ih el d i of leilly met t Mi ar t i in i fi ind the filed of bis was 1 in by bis vv off to dim uss the li tl s inn the Speaker vi ol to bung him back with tlie re minder Ib it there w is no laud t it Hi He u c I ite ol the measure entirely n tbt c in 1 of this de- fi Mon since the Conservatives alone are H mil the feeling among the i s to is more confident tlun it has bten it mv tinn It is b that Mr d t lie c un giv e sue b assurances I land for Ireland as wi 1 i w ly k for some of the dm I si who tb it point of i imil tins IB not disc unrated by I Mi Mr I will not bung in his hnd lull nutil the in tin is settled but its polity will n s ai Iv him to be considered m the p i Mr appeared in excellent lit 11 d and be spoke dearly and i with ut ipp nut although at the I t he wis nl II aid contribute ti n i ne Ins followers and even among the n an evident t u Ilial i been tnw ml Home I The Incident il Hill aft r considerable i ending was passed in the House this m ruing 1 lie lull providing lor a ferry instead of i 1 r t Jersey City u Ir in the where it I is lu n mug placed on the II t ml ir in speaking on the Ic si ity 1 unlit 1 li 11 in the Senate last New nne th it Tweed and lake Mi ip I talking on th uni sucl ul li in the Mate Prison it d s substitute jiving the people ol I rse ny the of a tunnel or Ini gi wnn adopted 11 to 10 I still at the Krc K of Hardware Ulaw and Furnishing Goods at 125 Warren street Building Big In prices Come early THE REPUBLICAN NOMINEES the g Tho result of the Ki publican primaries held in the eight wards of the oil is as fol lows COMMON lot M II First Ward tones Second H Ward in J 1 inth 1 II Warner full Midi Wind Jas H Sixth Ward los H N i in KS Third Waul Kli r I II lawford luin dal TEt Ward John I lames I Ice Ward Brown I nth Ward II Smith James U Haves Hard rirst Ward II nn C 1 lake Ira W Woul M Swetnam uond U nrd lohn W I 0 II wind Titus n Janus 1 I uid Third 1 Wilson h a lor t barbs k Bennett John W Darker I Wir tie I rank H 11 living John P Brm h I ifth Ward K K Ir William Astbury lohn I Disbrow Sixth W I h kitson Kobe 11 1 r harks 1 ud Ilu man Boldolph I 1 K How ward Di I harks Brown William 1 ford willbi hold this evening lathe ly K unit I ir Upira II nine mile rats last n gbt nominated tin following is Mayor H I 1st nd 1 t 1 en M ore los M Overseer C Hiu gerty Hartley 11 nn 1 c nisi ih I i h He in an Busi I las L Ai i In 1 examinations are now in pi in view of the el ot the term on April 11th for one week s MIC ation Mm s ith h I bring out tho Andj on I astir i I be will ho followed bv a grand hall Rov S Purus r e n e el a c all ti the Westminster I inhuman I at I N I I his i divini tin c al Seminary in las have man shall Ins to th nt his in to b h d unit I reserved bj tho au b rities lie was taki n at tin s Dr who to the as a loi all ether to follow a full account of lite jinun linyi in case lint an V unlay I nci by mail mil nt Weather limitations By Prem to TUB TIMES April the Middle States winds shitting to S mthi rlj Tho the To thoroughly curt tc strike al the root e f the evil II IB u n Billy what Hold i d en by mil UK upon the blood lh g il of a I and leaving n I even a Hunt of HI r f ulu In he vital fluid who hnn I i cured c f I j Hood Usury I IU wondi blood purifying Bold In all NOTICES lor rent Inquire at No 1.8 Willow strict The Ing Iki for bins the >Iatter at Cards and Books al Stoll s Try a pair of our hand made Wauken S N 3 and 5 South street Nobby Style Hat Dobbins the no uw does kup tbo line of Lalies aud Gents Shoes in this city Sr hool Girls and Boys loth Hats We Tot Dobbins the Hatter oTi r some very do rooms for rent suitable u si nal or business ai d a larRn room an entire floor c er their store I list State street specially designed for s c lety or c lub use you soon tin in w hats at S N and ri strut Got from Dobbins in n in cent Bon Taper at s Srti At Hna advertisement on 4th page Leading Shop House 8 N 3 and B South street the most popular Hat Dob bins the Hatter For Bent new brick on street Berry's ing eight rooms viA bath with all modern conveniences including neater Apply to 123 street grocery store TWO JUBILANT DEMOCRATS DR JOHN WOOLVERTON CHOSEN FOR MAYOR A Convention la Temperance Hall fur Taion for Frank H Lalur fur School Superintendent I In ity Democratic Convention in Temperance Hall 1 igt evening and the I were conducted so orderly and thut a stranger would lu wm listening to the details of a UK society The hall was row ltd Counsellor I dward W Evans called the to order and John A Hull was In ed and Nahor B Urv filling a vacancy in the Fourth thti delegates were asked to nominate lor John A Steen of 1 list Ward nominated Dr John ve item saving that in that gentleman the Hi ruth would have a candidate who tin party to certain victory The Fifth and Sixth no to present tut of the complained tint his ward never received any of the loaves and fishes and finished his odi Louis A taken and lir was by acclamation The result was Mu ttd with llu Ward nominated Frank H I a for H html Superintendent A hum the Ward presented the mum ot Harry K Stevenson but was withdrawn Delegate lilies that Mr declined to ho a candidate under any I alors was then made unanimous ui of Taxes the Third Ward rd in nomination hx Alderman Daniel other wards had no date and was chosen by tion 1 three candidates for Assessor Dull gate of the 1 nominated l Un 1 ho Ward an- w nd 1 lie Third Bourth aid sixth Wards chose John Leonard I minor ol the ifth said his ward lia 1 si i n a chouc hut suggested the inline i f 1 Jr The Seventh Mi again complained of thu I s nl to thu m I is wild and Samuol Walker Jr lh u was only one ballot taken Leonard 1 w and Hichardson 6 v s I nil n Leonard wan then chosen by acclamation i I Allaire were up i u to wait on the intcnin them ot tho honor conferred m UK ni and invite them to appear before Mil tin v i In Ihi oin 1111 ttec s absence Justice Stahl d tfn convention KB complimented tin del aim on their good work and d tl at thu Republicans might nominate million uris in cloth and satin but thur wealth lould not defeat the I nt Dim nominees He predicted tli it In n bo ballots wi rt counted on ti MI i those with a D on them would In mm h larger than those bearing an K An proposed three in but tho response tarried mini delegate asked Why i mi iij then the cheers were ei v MI a vim Soli Ninth was also persuaded to talk Hi of tin twenty five long and Vi u s mot y had been lu the s bir 41.1 politics wmo concerned all that time the Democracy of Jersey had due to the and won glorious nl nis II j victory In the ion week and was Di when that man an by Messrs I ill r mil the entered the room Mr Smith relinquished the floor The toi the convention for conferring upon him the unsought honor He declared Ink n ti ol hung elected and promised to do his in his new position when i Mr H then the who referred to the Lx Alderman in another victim The gentleman thus promised his friends to fulfil the lulus of his new in such a manner I bat the part} wi uld never have any sion to regret their action in nominating and luting him W ben Mr Haggerty sat down I to his feet waved his hat and txc 1 nominate three cheers lor 1 he cheers were nominated hy acclamation I i 1 ah r tl ked tho convention for placing In in on e ticket with such good nun as Dr Woolverton Daniel Haggerty uid John 1 innard after which tho ing but not before a round of cheers was given But I Salivated Him I was the a tual exclamation of an honest lan spoken of one of hie patients to whom be had given calomel for the cure of biliousness and a diseased liver And he had him for certain from which he never recovered All these distressing arc avoided hy the use of Dr B Purgative vegetable remedy that will not but produce the moat pleasing effect invigorate tho liver headache dys- constipation aud druggists TIMES WANT COLUMN Good Apply to B BRUISING 179 Broad Apply at 817 work Ap nt C Steady work and pay STANDARD LI OK SAI a D ir f lew 7 feet high Apply at o tini Trenton A white woman for general h mst work The bent of reference re- 109 N 1 1 Two or throe men mid I and rooms No MM E 60 more VV Men rf good cha arter only Good utt work Address J AUSTIN Nuns ryman N Y FIOR old drag and dwelling IM Bench N i Part of In store 1st 1886 ply to ADAM 524 N
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