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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1883, Trenton, New Jersey                                NO. THKNTOXTWONDAY AFTERNOON, MAY, 11, CKN'iU IMiiioii. 'I1IF. UCEXSKS. AGAINST i Number of In RATIONAL VIKWH OK KRLIfttON. Dr. Mortis the subject of Order Hoclety-- ilef of Police Ke- 1 a Couit this iiKtrning -were laiire number ot leininine cupied front seats Thej aw and Society of were present to oppose, nsel, Lawyer "Lanning, the tions for hotel and saloon ir Witlmigton, ia con- iine'stK'ietv iKTupied a seat me lessened lot the lega-1 IM nidf rmt a rlwgyinun stung of djiplicatious, and w as that ot it the miner ot Broad and Lawyer there to Mr. but it wo hotels Suflkieut in le had been licensed by the 1 now there were two other loped the court would re- Lawyer Scudder appeared e license was granted. The >in Stahuber for a renewal i House, K59 Broad street, i also granted. HK.IEI I troubled at the set-back, kly by the rejec- of applications for saloop O'Kccfe, Elmer street er, 1'ark Mar- L-st Windsor; Thos. Dean, avenues Wm. K. erry and Indiana avenuo, ailderatz. cor. Clinton and (Jeorge niton street t Girard Van Louisa Andrews, Ade- est, M C'jws street Solomon ton and Division lestnut and Elmer streets; Elmer street Frank 11. r aud Clinton streets John igs avenue John J. luneas, Louis Diehl, Millham, and est Windsor. ked for a renewal of license Clinton and Mott streets, detect m the application The same course w-as taken ou of Alfred Gill, at No. Ulixorox PLEADS. LjlUUll 111HI. .Ul il at No Broad street, he Court seemed disposed iceuse. Ex-Mayor With- rtoor. Her believed that oUtiuu of the law at Jen- e asked tor postponement the application. After ie objection was withdrawn i gr-mtwl, Qthers granted rath, corner Adeline and u. Houtzey, Anne tSc Wil- d S.himmel, VW Clinton Clinton and Jennie ger, Hamilton street; >ad and Ajine reels; lie and Columbus streets Clinton street, Mtll- 231 Clinton street, Icrnweather, Clinton and Wm. D. llarrigan, 717 imhershurg. Mr. Lanning F, including the lust-named, ted by lawyer A. J. Smith. Xo. Hamilt-on avenue, i.ul.v, Uioad. afreet, appii 1 tlie'ie was opjiosition to them  d tor the borough and Mr. pplic.'iiit. The application Higher Development. Morris pre-nehrd hm fouilh the series on U ittoual Vic-ws of Uehgion bc'fore a audit m e in the Gieenc Stree-t M. E. Church 1a-t night H.s "was from] Uom in, 1 What advantage, thtn, hath the and w hut IK tliv pioiit o; t ut unumion 1'> e ry Milrx.alffitr nil living tltings aie susceptible to improvement IA tin nt nil UKFKATKUIN The Trenton Club Demoralized by Ap- pearance of Sown The Trenton nine went to Brooklyn on Sat- urday 'and met defeat at the hands of the Inter-State ilnb of that city It was a singu- lar match, for while" the Treutoif Mirpn.sHed themselves aUhe hat, they failed miserably in the field. Probably the presence of the seven demoralized the Jerseyites i a whirl at and set their, oi thv u11- man and our cjnecuK was not a difler- profits of the day, m which, however, ence of nature but ol culture Our ancestors, the Brooklyn alone participated It was an in the foie-sU nl Germany were wild men, bntve, but savage, as asai found them Up-m theqnestion oHhe best sUiinil devclop- ing man's highe r natures all men did not agree Home were believers in the theory natural while others had otliei views The speaker held that religion .stoexl uniivalled a-s a umans of elevating men to highci At.uulanlm By giving man inspiiing and ennobling beliefs it him on make u man tin good or rTil by iijuit VTFTI bllll IV.nil him to beluve in vviti lies and you make him craven. Tell him death e nils all and v ou teach him to say, Let us eat and elilnk, foi to-mor- row we die." He beeomes sensual. But tell him of immoitality te-llhim that he shall still live when yonder gray old mountains shall have wasted away and you ennoble him. Christianity introduces a iiwm, who would be- come a man, into a of like- iumdeel persou.s. It is ejosv to light in battle line but hard to be a scout. Kvcn chaplains sometimes duiing where' there was no religions souetv. The man of low is with close-d winelyng. he turns toward a better manhood he thiows ujicn the shutters and God into his nature like' jnnftght into anopeu room._ At thisstageof bis giowth it makes no diflerene-e whether he is or -Gentile, Catholic or Prole taut God's ence is with erery man who dctcnmnes to do right It is a re-al, fejt ions helpful aud inspiring Take a rational, un- prejudiced view ot pnyer. and admit its help- fulness. A young--mother, wlime hnslw-nd was,   were not H lllnji type because they had .starteil low down. But, it remained true that the grandest specimens of the highest manhood the world had ever seen were-the produet of the system. The speaker exlwrted the; .y.Quug, te> try self- culture by the way of the rc-hgion of Christ. "off" day with Cronm. who fum- bled so Itadly at accond that he had to be translerred to the field. The game was called at four o'clock with the Trenton the bat. Thatehei led off with a two base hit. and he wow followed by guinton with another two bagger. This seemed to unstring the Brook- :tes, and before the side was put out the visitors had se'oreel three runs, earning two of them. The home team showed their strength alter this inning, blaiiKing the vlslicim thr pent ol except the fifth when scored three unearned runs. The Brooklyn hatted heavily, mit made most of their runs after chances had been given put the thud hand out. The Trenton liel led being_eredited with the ten iust base errors and a total of fourteen fielding errors, alone playing without and _ .1 'I accepting every eluVice eftered him. The follows R Jl! Tlmtihir.w. 2 J 'J 3 HnrUuiN.p 0 1 rmiin, iN.p n, _'t> I )w yer, rf He-iith, If. I'utJil 0 2 1 'i 1 4 0 tl '2 Ib KftrrtiW c Man ing, 'I. hon'k, u in. I (I Kjfnn, p rf 2 1 3, 0 0 27 911 sh Ixmgli, If 1 '2 3 0 0 2 (i 2 TuUll 1.5 9 27 11 ft 0 0  tate strc-et. 11 o'clock this mmning He had w ith bnm IPVC r tor n month Mr 'd after was .ibotit jt-arw ngr HP for- i" fioftlentiivMi where he w.is thr rtrng brislnt to Trenton tt-n >d attendance in the Land Polk Building, corner of treets vesterelay afternoein he mc'rging of the Trenton d League into the new Irish It was tirst movi il and uir- S III (111 I drHts. Ix1 I be of th> I' h 11 m ihcn jftnptffciJ, afkir n hi re elci tetl Oias W Iionaghoe ice iltihu-1 Iliirltv, Keronling i iiat v I mam lal See re e '1 rejiHurer, James i Committee, John H Sann- l-arrell, llson, P ill ilty During the meel- i munite.-i s in a _ r There were manv yachts on rhe DelawTiret yesterday A stiff illled the sails mul sent the gay boating parties flying up and dov'n stream. During the moon two acci- dents occurred opposite the Sixth Ward. The ITauutleb-s, containing five pir-ons, but all hands, alter falling into the water, clung to the boat and were tesciied Soon after in whuh sevciL pcisons weie seated, wag caught in a gale and turned over. None of the party could swim, and one 01 two wire in imminent danger of drowning befoie help arrived. All finallj Fvaihed theshoir ni .safety ing ilir {mi tu lu-r lather's mom and aroiuitd hug bim hurgUre were breaking into the house Mr Hendnck- son his revolver and went to the win- dow. He 4.1 w a man at woik trv ing to lorn- open a -back door I'omtiug the at him lie called to the burglar not to move or he would shoot him The burglar darted be- hind a convenient tree. Mr. Hendrickson tired, the ball being subsequently found "im- bedded in tbetue. Again commanding him not to stir, Mr Hendrickson hastened xlown staiis and into the garden just in time to sie the burglai Hying', like an express train, up the street Another shot wan tired at him, but without lesult so lai as is kinmii. The fellow had forced tin- dotu and about en t eiing the house when discovered. Kxtradltlon i NEW YoKh, Mav 14 At present all paities directly interested in the expee'te-d demand for the arrest and extradition of Messrs Tynan, "feOi.iW Mlto. SEAMAN'S WILLS i The One of 1H73 bv which tin, KM- tate (joes to her HuHlmucl. Judge John H Stewart tins muming the "decision of Mercer Oiphans' Com I. matter contested will of-the laic Hemi- etta Seaman, of this t who clie-d lost Octo- ber The will ollered lor probate was executed in and gave- the bulk of he-r estate to he-r Se.ynaq, It w.is e'ontesttd by a nephew, Col Forsmuth, of Philacleljihiii, and others, ou the ground that a later will (in had been made. Hause-r and( Uicheyreprea ntfcd the proponents, and Mayor Vrootn and Mr Beigtn tin- caveaturs. The amount of thr estate Vafi about The educators contended that the- vvjlLof was procured by undue influence, birt they were unable to produce moic than a copy of the al- leged will of After reviewing the facts of the cane, which have been already fully re: ported, Judge Stewart savs M) opinion is The (iriintl Jur.v The Grand Jury came into Mercer Couit this morning and placed in the Court's hands a small Jiundle of hills of indictment, after which tlrey -were disihaigod for the.' term The Coin I announced that defendants would he ehaiged mil Thuisilay, and on Monday the tii.ils vvilj be commenced Tllk MOUSING NKWH. S Brief GUi'icm at the Lewillng KvenU uf the World for Twenty-Four At Keystone, thirty-five south ot Fin t .i.v m fnd Walktt, vi-Htenl.iv shut .itnl killed slmw dining an altrreiitmii, and then t scaped Nashville, Ten n, on Saturday night William I'owi-is ulnit aniV kilbd .lolm Mullivtyi 111 III] I UII lunlf ness OH lftr pan-ill Sullivan Pnwe-is siirrcn-- hnuhell, WiTidwni is said to have under consideration an offer wliic h tfwTiiin made to hi ni "f thf V I'T-Prwuclrm-y of tha Florida Slltp 'anal and Truusit CiiHipanv. 'two brothers nium-d KCK-VWI, fimnevrs, of Pans, K.V imam lied on Satiiiday abtitit tin prcipc-i tit pfti to pi.int toin flic- lif wius givi n, wlifii one shot the-othi i in the Jeff briust, rioar the In HI t Tin' w-aiiid is In lifvt-tf to lir mo 11 nl. Rejtwit F Tjiruplin.'n well kjiown farmer ol lireiihiim, Tex wax shot anil instantly killinl vtsli nrav flunk Smith, n mnlatto, n Inrinrr mint ot Tamplin's. The shouting was the n suit ol a ft ml of si viT.il months standing Smith A passenge-r train on HIP PeiHisb'iro and llarribville Uuilnmel watt t brown into tin River, Wind Virginia, on hatttniay, by the jjiv ing wav of a Noin of tbc piiHst rs wen il, but I'liink I'ostt r, (hi-comlut toi, and JV II KIIIK arc supposed been killed i'hc tram tell fifteen feet By IHK liMfn Di m IN, May 14. Hradv wius at nclm k tliiH niurn- IMH A vxit KinuHirseol gHtlmred out- tin iiribiui van! in whuh 15iaily was cuti'tl tins in irnuiK. stront; fmee ot' t-avalry, ilautrv anil pulue wvn to uriliT Tlu're uci attempt at hiiwi'vei. (lie trowil t oiuliii tniK it-tflt' with c'leditiiliU' deetirnin The 11101111111; djicued ht'Hiitltullv lint then wen showers .it about the tinit tin iMiiHion took plari lirutlv aiosi ,t( d ti i IIH k 'i uninrkrn- ueilj ul St .l.inifsM IIIIM h, mill 1 ithti O'keilly, ed the siu i.Vnionr t'i the1 i-mnli in ilif pri-win elmpol. Die (Urn rematiuil until the imival of M.irwooil, the iuHii Hiatlv sulimittitl while his arms were ami walked slowly to the Ht'allold. Tin- Mat k Hag. iiiduating that the execution hail taken plan-, htii.stj-tl over the prison thn'e niinutds past t iinm attci tliv WHS raistd a ,uul a with nuiiiliH is wi ri' soeii at a iliHtaneo in I he dint turn nl the pri.son. The polue, how- evri, uitiiletttl itiftl pn-vi'iitetl the vehH'lco fjoiH uppniat linit; There had been repoits cir- rul.iting tluf aftei the haiigniK ol Brady his friends would to people to a deuionstiatii'ii by p.iradmg un empty hearse till i itV _ Mratlv iiiatlf IID stuit nieiit tn the jail chaplain or to tin- giiviriini of thi piison One of the hiit ht ditl vvini tu wild it letter to his mot her cairn-it a pntM i. lunik in bis hand 17) tTiesc.innMrtiiiil waa tl resigned mid Hi in Ids body tell m me let i, mid Ins death wafl uistimtam-uiis Biatlv wasdnsM-d 111 the same cluthiis In won tliiiini; his ti7.il. Tin1 iiiiiiilit r ol isous in tin i lowd outttidu the jail, it is istiiuated, leached The is said to hjivt' biM'ii even greater than any ot those whuh t ollei ti d when executions vTeie pulilu thf iiioiin nt Hie Mark Hag _ si en ovi'i I In. jail .i i r.v HUM d of Hats nnd" c vci in T'I v f nii'inr d- shoillv altti vv.inN tlispersitl something to turn up before taking any steps in the matter The offi-s despite their socmmg mact.on, are miji- pOHe-d by many, however, to tie secretly at work, with a view of carrying out their de- sign of fle-eurmg wlthin-their grasp the three Irishmen whose names have recently been toiced into sue h prominence Mr Ilenbnt K Carroll, comiwl allegwl conHpiwUirs, said yestorday that br no information tin tin extradition thai flwv will of la'U sequent ac.tn and conduct of the testatrix, and conce-ding that It war ofifalne-el liy such undue influence as to invalidate jt, it should ue virtue-lew be mlimtUd to probate, unle'.ss some of the other objections of the esiveators are sustained The-y contend Ihntrven if the will of H7'-J projHTly executed it w.ih revoked by the wifl of lH7d There aie many suspn ions cir- IndlcBtloim. by -tfly Ut nit W MJIV II For the Middle lani ic warmer, rloinly, raiirv- wcnl In i, e-aat vrerHnf-to wnittit'rly wincln, Tin- Hiilllviin-Mltchell Fight. Ni u -VHKK, Mav I I A1 the various liquor v isited bv the piigilntu fraternity only oner subject dmcuHsed, and tliHt was the .Sullivan Mite hell encounter which is to take place this evening. Charles Mitchell, the boyish hii'jhsh champion, w at the Hint l.ih Huusi wKii his plulo-oplu-r tind trmid, Miulden Hr tiad just retunic-d froui a brink walk through Viifr.il I'ark when a reportet uift him He was going to bin room to in- dulge in whaUie called a "tubbing." To- said he, I am gwing to risk my rep- uta'tion, as is Mr and I wouldn't little bit mine for all the gold in fmenca. I shall light to win you may bo ceitain, and il Mi. Sullivan metum mischief he will get all he wanu- from me. 1 have fought bigger men" than lie, and ve never bebu downed yc'-t.1' Opinions ;ire pietty equally divided among the sjMirlhig men ol the city as to the re- sult of to night's trial. Sullivan to have arrived at the Continental Hotel from Booton yc'stcrdav morning, but nothing known there late in thp-fvenmg dlwrnt hlfn, and st vcral ol his tiitnds tlmt he would probably take the late Lain Irom Biwton ami arrive Jiere eaily thwjnoniing. Captain liains will be on hand at the Garden, and at ajipniath  of the various Catholic Bo- rn IICH nit t it St Krani is Hospital HIK! m wl' Hrriui'irn nNfortln (innual picn.r for the IM lit ht ol I In iiiMitilllon whictl Will plfttY on the "f M c oiumitti'i- on Arrantfc nuwitH wa-x A carclfHM vouih threw a lighted match whir-h hi' IMI! usi il to ixnite a figarctte Hi to a pili of papt r 111 ll.ivcVtiK.tr  I H H K M rpiVk Ni HHrk K in 1'tiilH i UTIHI in thr tl- loan, amount MIL' I debt Fhtt bj other i rtdi Coinpanv as In n The ixiilv ot i i" i noon f) itint S( KI in a him k I H( w Ii i f I H.I I.UKI kl lH III H iiinil Hum' l ih s i' it 1 1 la' In flX'l III it t rs anil lilt n :WSPAPLR f NEWSPAPER!   

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