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Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1883, Trenton, New Jersey f r1 I VOL. I. NO. First lidilion.. ALL ABOUT MRS. LANGTRY. TliKNTON, HOW TRE-NTON l HE LILY. houw 'I'ltftr" wal. ami Not at All ami How She Acted Last Kveuiug. Mrs. Langtry's_parjor car Trenton at 0.47 last evening. .Her company had prc ceded her undj' quartered' themselves at the AmeriL-au House, Mrs; .J-aiyjtryj her maid and -the porter slept iu the car aud left Tren- tou for Wilmington about ten o'clock this -i- company, with Miwiaeers Mendum, stayed at the hotel, it was about 7.45 last evening when the Jersey Lily drove up in front of the Opera Houoe. wiai HUM! _Kvprj-- IkKly wanted to catch a oi the ttbin-Lii. but nobody -.in KXCllKMKXT OVER THE C1KCUS. ing since her first appearami---- at Wallacks Theatre, in New York: wlMjn the TtfK-TlMHM can. with all candor, sUtc T Foreiumgh Ariiveur- the Lily has improved to a very encouraging AFTKKNOOX, MAY Third lidilion. extent. .She is more at eaw, in the lirst The gtace that she always displays has gnir- u. Her gestures were exceedingly well fi graceful. Her manner 'is Jess stagy more artistic. She lias in her the ,geuiusof a really fine actress, wkich time and t tr u i i- of keeping him aud his equally-excited sister study will surely develop. Her voice is still i amateurish. She doCs not yet fully couJTol the tendencv'to rant. Her modulation is un- Jammed clamorous and excited chiU to Ae Ihirteen-year-o U hoy ubiuuitofw presence seen and telt at M j turn, much to the concern of his serious-faced r even, and now and then gets out of her reach. But her (Jnlntrt, while by no means from run over by random Hk-uwmt- exc.te.l drivers busy and hard- work'-d who upon their e Mary Anderson's, is really a very SH tory performance. It is much better suited to. Hittff wtiiMrn. Hurdc'inlk: Mrs. Langtry probably ,i ic uh.Vis i.nlv a be- witnessed lor.about two hours and a halt this acknowledges to herself that sue is ODIN d j 4- TI nilrts morning before m prwcoeion ginner IB dramatic art, Ihe difficult parts ll ire jurt her white s circus. Ihe streets and win- simple character, like chimes in with
-Court Action on JIot_Hs _.Biit damages were lixed'at and the defense; wW'ld a general denial of the slanderous Daniel W. HonselK wjw the first witness called. Lawyer Holt asked that :vll othei he excluded frnm tbe room nnnl t'tip for Uuir examination individually ar- rived. An order to thateftVcHwas announced, iwid nr-miediah-ly afterwards .it seemed that Hall the atose to lellir. Thrn- was a-general smile at the prospect of sitting through the testimony of this army of wit- nesses. Hou'sell's testimony was. that the' Words mentioned above among-a f men at .work on the Hopewell rpad on July IB80. present. Evans, K. I. Birch, John H. Htults and others gave corroborative trial is still on.' r Ft etAtilders Admiring One Another. The Boafd of Freeholder's did not complete thciV final meeting yesterday till late in the afternoon. The only business, of importance transacted after THK TlMKS went to press was the acceptance of the County Collector's re- port for the past It showed a balance of A vote1 of thanks was next tendered to the Director, County Collector, Clerk, Solicitor. County Physician, and mem- presK, after which the Board re- solved itself into a little mutual admiration society. Tlmy started off by voting them- selves thanks for their services during the year. Ivvwy JO respond ing to this theme I. H. Hutchiuson congratulated the Board on 41n-- large cash bahmcc to the comity's credit despite the un- usual demands occasioned during- tbe year by 4be tearing away of bridges in the September freshet County Collector Yaiikirk- the hope that next year the war debt will'be A Creditable Amateur Performance. The performance of the Young Men of St. John's parish, i if the "parish' hall on LamU-rton street, hist a cieditable IDUC in every Craig, .KiirnSlind 1 Mrs. P. Burns, of the female cast, ami Messrs. and McTue, on part of the male performers, deserve special mention. Henry McLoughlin siing pleasingly, and executed Irish dances after the approved foj-in. TO-DAY'S STOCK MARKKT. The .Latest from I'liUartflphia aiid Y..ik Messre. U-iubiteh, Wolk A t'o.. Stock and Bond Brokers of this city, report Unit the -t ,ck- market neen little more tlian u l.roke'r's nuirket. wiih'ti iniictivity in all Blocks except 111.40'New. .ler-ey Ceiiinil. Tlii- Mock is iipdn the pulley upon which miiTc.-UMl In .nhei >lofk> raise tiieir vtilue. There have "been niTlSl.litiouHl nls in .k-rsey Central, -IrtJt-the oelief in. vet must not he c.vcrlooUeil: that even sifter Uie di- rectiiK ini'eiiiin on Fridnv next, nt meeting, should -i 'hi; nj.proviil-of-the Board, n 1'icllt 111. tise'T.mnst needs en.-uv to imy transfer of the interests of'the road. The chief news of the day is the li-tini; ut last of the I'nion at- tlif set at Hb'rty, handetl over 4o (-'hief McChes- i.py of )range, a brother of Chief of this city, who with Keeper Spccr, of the Essex County 1'cnitentiary. took him to that institution to rinishxa for atrocious as saultnud" battery He had escaped from there shortly after his committal, and nothing was known of his wheieiibmiUt Until his r.r- rest and committal to the iaiLhere, upon learn- ing which, the authorities of the Essex county institution.made with the police in this city, which weVe_ cwyried out as Seven hundred'people were attrat-ted to the Cricket (tround this afternoon by the promiue of a lively ganie ofbatl between the Acltve, of Heading, STiiilhc. opened __ with "tilt- field. De-nley batted to tjuintin and was thrown out at first. Moore made his base on balls, Lynch followed with a hit to Ciwnih, who to first, Moofc thru ittoh AHAind thv IIAHW, and home on ball. Thatcher- fumbled Lurking' drove a__._ safe one to left ti'-UK- A piwsed ball gave each a and they came home on a by Boyle, to left, l-audix cloned the inning with a rly to Quintin. Three runs. .For the Tren- ton, yuintin was fielded out at lirst, and Har- kius retired on a foul tip. floodman reached lirst on Imlls ami wcfiid on a pomod ball, wlitTre. he was left, Crouin retiring at first.' The fifth rtm the sixth inning. Hoover went te. fiist on Cronin's fumblvv and'reix'hed third on pm_-jd Boyle then drove a to left field. It was captuied by Heath, but Hoover came in the. ball rtuild be fielded to Burke. Cronin retired on a foul tip, Owycr hit the air thm tim.n. Thatcher sent to his base on balls, and .slid under the second baseman as he held the ball from i-atcher: Burke _thc pitcher a mo- ment and let drive. The result WM a lovely single hit to right field, on which rlew over-the plate; Then there more cheering. Heath "called out, and Burke led at second. In this inning Key molds, com- plaining of illness, retirexTJo the fielded I dmdis w'as the pitcher. _ In the 'seventh, Ihe Trenton momentarily Itui-kjs Having Society. 7 The Bucks County Contributorship Saving Society held its annual meeting in Morrisvillf and elected the following ofl'urrs and Directors for the ensuing year: John S. President Secretary and John VVildman, Win. and Wm. I. Vanncst (of this hirer-tors Ibi three years. The financial showing of the company is excellent, there a surplus of The losses last year arhrfunted only After the business meeting the annual twiner wivs pnrtaken of at the Old Neighbor Hotel, kept by An- derson. IrlKh For the purpose of considering and (W.id'- upon a plan whereby all tlie.-t act. the opening of the May term of Mercer t off. The county owes the loan of xmrt this moraing, u umubtr.of aupli cat inns i thp TmtaijIbB of After ibflher J. Court HfTTiwR wcrf Those for saloons all lakl over till Monday. disjumitioii mwlc or 1hc of li. Perruje, of Hightstown. owing to the before tlie CoTlrt tltat the hotel keepers of that borough have been sell- ing illegally for a month past. If that be so." the Court added, they ill stand a vrry the TntljwfBe of county. "X ftet marks the Moan! adjourned may be united in one common and wiih niiu i'lixi object in view the-mip'fHHt-Of Stock Exchange imd ihe advance ol is very vuiet f.rni licaiiy w ith a divided opinion itf to course ibr I the Ifish people in their prt.ient great and either way. Money Mn ftir supply iit about purpose of carrying out the will of the, late great Philadelphia CoirventTTm of Lnited a mocting of the .delegates "ttftm Nfw'-Jenjey to that wmVwiiioh be held at Library Hall building, Market street, Newark, on evening, May at o'clock. Host their heads, and the visitors scored thrw runs. By their superior hitting immediately after the Trenton redeemed themselves to a certain evk.iit: Itonhan'. i-etirwiat 1st- Ojiintin gave the signal for music from the grand stand by driving-to right Held. Jtarkins followed this up with a tine two base hit to center and camcliome.' (ioodman sent a grounder along and Unify er hit safely to An error of the first baseman allowed Goodman and llarkius-to score. Landis, Wiley and Deasley ami and olds scored for the visitors in the eighth. Burke, Heath and proved tims on the -r In the- ninth inning, the pounded Deuham unmercifully, scoring six with a total of eight." They in six rurm, live of which wcieearntd, nulling their The' game closed with rlitB of Quin- tin, Jlarkins and GoodmaiTTwhich were all captured. _ Buffalo, WesU-ni Navigation Valley v., .J..J Northern Central Northern l'aci_tic (To Tlo 'eiinsylvairis 'hilaai-lpliiii tV Kric 1'hilutidphiaiV Rending. Tel. Co Opening.- 2 I b'.i (Joodinan, 1st b.............. YOI'.K KS. Clcvt-., Torn' H ul., I.itl'tti1 Soutln-ni Chicago (In 'n Chic.. Mil. Chic., Imrlinpteiiit Quiney................ (Jhic., St. 1'. A do Col., <'hie. I nil. Central..................... do pi'U..... Central f olnritilo l Denver iV Rio ,v (jo do K. Tenn., VH. r Wlntc- the K'f yesterday on the remainU of Oeoige V who was'RHlixl by train on the ICailroad at Dutch Nec.k on 1 lit jury visited the 'scene of the accident and then ad- journed for un6 Yieek. On motion of lawyer Allinson, in the Mer- cer Court this morning, Monday next was down for HII examination into the sanity of John Davis, the VOIIIIK man who, for months luw Hern fttiTtnyriin jfmnf Isrftrn of Fnnton with attentions that diseased brain. The Court Pride Ixxlge, Ancittnt Order of Iivl'Mlieir and Socia- ble at the Taylor Hall Asspin'oly Ttoorus TasT There a large. The and liteiary exerciser were noil rendwr- 'ed, the iMjrformera H. Coxon, C. I'nyley, S. H. Hullork, A. Poole, J. Potts, H. Mason, Messrs: mid Rradshaw, aiwl Misses ('ain, Mer- and t-oxou. sixty repnxeuting the differ- ent linn -In -i of the citv. in the Hoard t kouiua vtBtcrdav to tjie.or- ol the Bible Aid Society. iittlr, w.-ie elected rtddilinnnl pledges for" trm adxan.r of to. .JTy the. -.wlHi-y ui i will )H <4ie in yctiterday, largely attendwl. A gold badge Captain BillMH-, under whow auspi nic was hrld, for the shooting match, was won by Millettr, of CompaiiN I'., win. u. out of a Tin- velopcd some tine marksm.i.i- ,ti onutv Lit'' nan, J NEWSPAPER! A EWSPAPER
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