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Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - May 5, 1883, Trenton, New Jersey TKKNTON, N.'J., SATURDAY, MAY 6, f is- UON Jt, IB, P.O. A. Ut 2 2 o Thatcher, s. s 3 3 4 2 l 1 1 1 JH PRINCETON, 4 4 4 2 l 4 1 1 84 i 2 H 2 0 0 2 0 2 0 1 i 0 1 5 0 10 i two stand batting, ftni' riitvv stveo of In the peoond ssrtT'th, Thooe i in the Tren- ift, although they si rug- their Mmba in the ex- to the noiue plate till inning, mi erfOr iutruduCcd Jl to tVJO runs. Uiit seven ftftft wwe off pitching, The the eittiaordinary nuinber of a of tiwenty-fbin', ofi Grc- Tne Byiettdid keenly en- by the spectators, who recalled the iipg defeat of thellenton at the hands of Princeton Ifcrt AND Neither club long at the bat ip the fl.ftl jnning. fielded ont at first, Harking letired running around the taMe, after a swfe hit, was who batted a fly into AuC a doable play that'required qniek ENmnigillL, of the Prince ton, ut.arV out, Jighs first BuckWfto thejt a one to (fce fcr-it, and of out to player, ready second, n do to this i n-ade Prince- terror for the next walked 0 v- ..........o o ..........o ..........1 i ..........o Mother, r. f.................... 0 Totals..................2 3d Htfe... o. f, i Mnriay, 1. f. 1 0 L. 2 1 0 1 0 P.O, A. 1 2 0 3 10 1 1 "0 3 0 sr? 2 0 3 1 0 .1 '23 i 5 6. 7... 8 004 0 0 O 3 0 7. Home run Trenton.............0 800 00-0 Buus earned Trenton, Thatcher. Throo-bfvw hit Cronin. t--Harkitts. Wild throw -Burke, 1. Pwud bulls Bnrke, 2; Bawmghs, 2. Struck out 3; 8. Left on i 6, Tijiieof __0iie hour and "fifty miniltos. Uujpirc John If the not there be a largo J.' pnt this ftfteraoon to ville and the will mark the opening of the champie in this city. Games out of town yesterday Boston 11 Philadelphia 10. Prov New York 3. Quickstep of Wilmington 14; Active of Reading 11, (ten Mer- ritt21; Anthracite 3. Jai Tramps. w -Madden, ft young rflbidlng oh Roue street, took a short cut home night before Iwt by following the line of the towpath along the canal from Perry street up. When oppoaite Heath's lime kilnu two Ibly1 out and geissed roughly! of them mouth while held his band over the other jrifled_ his pocketw, notiiing, gling all the while, they poshed him into the canal fled- There the young fellow "floun- dered around for several minutes before snc- oeeding in reaching the bank. JHeLwas chillet through, and is now suffering fiotii a severe in continence nf unseasonable TOWN FROM UP A XRKK. Second Billion, CBK8K MY8TKRY. O1HER5 WHO SAW THE CARRIAGE. to get a ay fio'iu the twice, without "jibing having v .pp, canoe of their been a to the u I fhoit'd of tiny of iv fsctc io relation to the uiysterio on night, stopping near the cicek, atd out of which de richly-dtawef hdy and a man with vfslkod right Hp tad iltt1 Con. t Pride of the Forwt; No. of give thair tNrd annual cert; and sociable in Taylor Hall Assembly Monday evening. Personal dimensions among members o ball clubs 4re proverbial. In this-respec prove an csooptioiL Quarrel I them-i'-ifie happy Engine with Wink-' it head, tendered si-reiircle, their luem'nvrn, (rroc-n aivi at I had. elevate their ,atic per- ,11 on the Peace the prr- l_9ciation of aday evening, ran- i ago. The en- t. John'Ji Hall.. will be singing, Prof. Peternwtnn. tititfity. will iQifMibfont the His lilt 'fight ou Jersey noil a very attack of the 'thisSlate dnrutft the Revo- the block housca of will play irorti 8 to box, from which the lady was ooen to take like a bundle, and to- thfv creek, and a brief absence Um rtitfioot the bmid aruused a great people of thie city, especially who it.ide near ictne Additional of thlo carrifvgo have :bcen scovpred on Market stttet Tim street be- gins on the west side of Af-uupink creek and in a continuation of the thoroughfare., which On the east side of the creek is known Stockton street. On Thursday night, shortly after eight three young men, Mervine Lcc, whose father keeps a grocery store jright at. ginning of Market street; Albert West, who is employed >n Pratt's a__9qnare_ ither upv and- Howard. Rlac_k vyijl, ing up Market street the bridge, "na'vTng met at Lee's grocery. They hat! got about half a block when a carriage ewe along at a very rapid rate of spec'1 attention was attracted to it because of the fast driving, and looking they saw it was a close carriage drawn by black horses. Young Lee, in a spirit of jest, called, out to the driver, Hold on, and go .with you." AR the vehicle rapidly vanished from sight Lee re- marked jocoaoly to hU companions, in explana- tion of failure to pay.any atten- tion to the remark, l% Hr hear me." All the young men in their dcocrip- tions to appeannroaof the carriage and the rapid rate at horses were being driven." Voong Wtst said afternoon that ha had been questioned by- others regard aoon it front of a rooi- dence nuking him if he knew nether there had been; Stockton jtrset on Thursday night or not. Owing to the rapid rate at which the can iage was moving none of the young men could say how many occu- pante there were. Alaufiiberof having read an account of the mysterious affair in yesterday's TIMES visited the bridge late yesterday afternoon, -and for a loug time stood ttpoii the' on The man who seemed to draw thf most ex- treme conclusions of nil from the Munces of the was ii philosophical shoo ihaktr who hw his shop in the first building Brief TWO Third dition. UTESt NJSWS BY W ptw-OM visited the Stockton bridge Kit evening and this naming, and it w" by some that the crosk dredged. Nothing of that Jw yet been attempted, although of drrjgrng the shore on the side, _ ._ _ _ William VanoBtrum, of No, 147 Btocktofi fm the putitfl the .coach and its mysterious Tbufsday night. He to but the team went at too rapid a fcftit. He the carriage stopped both times in front of No, 145. TllK NKW8. of the to TUB Ind., Miy 5. d lit root flri hern It originated In Knnti CO.'B lumber yard, tt U thought, engine, and owing to the high wind the aprwd quickly burned a aeveill ac.es in extent, in- cluding a number of andt ami wvernl yards. The f 115.000, and J. D. Smith, tKijer lowoa range. an "agKregate of about A despatch nafl received at yesterday from General Crook which that the boundary agroement Mexico had j not been violated. I Two suits have been begun at Philadelphia to test the legality of a municipal tax on tele- graph poles and wires. Mr. Bliss occupied a fiah day in summing up in the Star Route trial yesterday and he is_Ui continue To talk ou TWourTnyx Threatening letters -have been rtwived by of the jurors who acquitted Dukes. ;i ii ii o? No fl burned ftljoat 4 h ing the carringe, one ftUvndinoD Stockton in in the of the Hospital at Washiugton. The Fedeml Government has relinquished its claim to lands in Fernandina, Fla., worth It is reported in Dublin that Tynan is about to turn informer, A newspaper there announces that the Government was always kppt informud of the Fenian conspirator in this country, The London that if Tynan, Walsh and Sheridan art- not ex- tradited they may be declared outlaws and their forfeited to the Crown. The Irish 'Natioiiaiwts in have re solved to open lists for the of the imprinonwl Irish. Lawrence Hanloti, on the charge of attempt- ing-to murder Juror Field, was yesterday con- demnwd-in to poual servitude for life. trial of Healey and Ulb- aon in, Dublin a new informer named l-nnik- tiAtlfled and the prisonew were renmnded for a "Week.' _In the House of Commons Mr. BradlauRh porniissiwn to take the oat-b wife for him. One of the who Iwneath his broadcloth and higb collar carries a jolly spirit, thought thf; city official's joke was becomiajj a trills monotonous and resolved to turn the him. Accordingly, when he visited the City Hull with his a day or two since and smiling official with much apparent fafaitude, iwkwl if there were any hope for bin BrunfWlck Bug Special Duapatch to THK NEW BBURSWICK, May- 5, Frank BrMteju pf New York, hiw been aritdt- ed on sofipicion of sotting flro U> K, 'A y It_Mfiui8. evident ed the fire, as he buildings that nidht. ard, last hat he the thai otart- at seen prowling abound the i PHILADELPHIA, Hay 5. jurj in the f Ellis R-fbipps, Superintendent, it has ou ofl. w .been of on Kftchcr street, wl 1 1 inistuke when ht> mfuiipn 8 Children, bwause titan ten 'Ing Turn biiiming him lor lore Justice evening. .His tion threetimt'H cer to arrest lust visit shes.iid I and hful JUHUMU) o; broken it to 'h's iirrest it turned out that wuic-b wu his own, and he bud broken it in dc-spfratimi, bt'ing wrought up to .1 pitojh of jury by constant She tailfd to on the piirt oi' fifs appear ttftainst him ;iml with the JiiHtii-e'-: An ettra etlititm uf TrtV. immitlintrly
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