Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Trenton Times Newspaper Archive: May 21, 1883 - Page 1

Share Page

Publication: Trenton Times

Location: Trenton, New Jersey

Issue Date:

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1883, Trenton, New Jersey                                em Ion I. NO. st Edition. PROVED'." THK HASH IIAJ.I. Ol TI.OOK- A rHKNTOX, MONDAY "1. TWO CUNTS.' Tliird iMilionv Second Edition. Louisa (iaoville. of 1 lineman township I a _w_liii w ;i- uplifted :i- IJ.IVHIL; I'ccn i'.v a i v f li 1 -I t aiiue man mi ill-- Itli i.n-l ill, d Sat nt day iii) I'll r T1 HallTif-LAtK-r N M- MR. klLLKD. the Future" I'rotlllWJT to" i l-eiitnn The Attractions tit tin- Konoi. Where (lnyV KHHV Melorj. Hoxf Those interested in ba.se ball in Trentoij.are' bv no means disheartriied at the disastrous 1 i'ii .1 i i .1 tw'icc its present would have been none resiiltH which have thus lur attended the at- I" MM i ro ArnniTTcn tempts of the local ehampiotisto win a favora- loo large lor the throngs that Ml.-d it on .-at- JH AT fL'J'O AT ULAUWOOD CHMAN MILLER ACQUITTED. night. Tlte attraction was iln- in a 'contest. Fair. whiclMias b, en ,n fo, a A........ (.t.'el.e- m... 'rom Htirliiitft.ni County fills HU discil-.-ed tin- sitn.ii ion. Sev UIL'CS in sin wa- tir, il nl lift John and FlcTt Kneii. bmlhi l.-. while seek h h, i' M.'in a in in a i.iili'nad IM in STRUCK BY A I lav tun. -li'itlav. wi H i in, tlnw n l.v an l rain. John was in in two ami m- eek It will come lo a close mi d s- vv.tJ. U tier Intoxicated Then chirratv ,m ami- it is thoVlrt that day. NT, fmr r held in Tin ;Ilim A on Trial tour they vv ill be betler pi cd to haildsoine tables, prett.V gll I- to at t. lid tin m. for Forgery. ._ their __ probably be triedJUTC during the are can resist. TU.ii.j'vciimg w ill be an v......, ,-'itchmau Au-'iistiis-Miller vvas Hylandjat, of Ihe M.-ls l.leeehcr. unn-ulrThvntcPestiiui occasion, lion, tin emitted in Mercer Court this a catd'er from llroyklv n Cumm.ngs. of New that ,t w ,11 w ,tncs.s Unclose ol the tout, ,-t-i-i N _ hechait'eot assault and battery n auddiadw ;ck. of Nuwark." So the the watt h ami diamond- in- aravt hhn bv John McFarland, 'nave ten "inter Male.. games, ants fen tin- former air Lxcis, Inspector u....., ban intHctment was returned by- losir- ci-hr. Tht-v h.iu and John Coimdl. have un.m and .Jury McFarland formerly still a good t b-n, i- tl ,-MM he-, as mends w ho are-haid at in their necnttmn in llui'lingtoncountyXthcre are lift v to be played by them live inteu-ts. The diamond nn- will is p.evnt month InmphloHt thr tW the tathe! to Mr-. L-lwaitf Mahoncv Mis.- i.lv booth at ITie northwest corner game resulted in an easy victory Louisa Schneider, the choice dcp.-Mliru: upon _ tii: kill. .I and l'i. '1 >v.i- inm-iy niinieii. f'.ie III" I loie-l lilt thiil cvcl oc- n it in t uiniii! -tt.t'd v, -TI ntay in rtfi- vi in .1 s-i Vlan in ri I 1 lltn aiiniiiiil "t p'rupert v ie i- esftinat. d at mi s-.'t nnlav of the F. TI! ,i. a u i !1 '..no n and i i 11 i i I ii nioii, n ui ing at No. V f J. w I- -h M't.d 'i" .nil- t'T tin N M.iu-l. i- ami. m, glt.llHll. K V I. .'Ill I ,tVl-t illeiv ma-h di-tillerv ol lini: I v ami tlie v. a- -'in k l.v the i ii 1'.....eh iphia in Nt w n I '.i ii i j ill i.i at -.'.I on l in- I't i i i.' i e the 'i. !r in i i 11111 i ii it. ins .Front streets. His story in for .tlie Trenton, as the folio at about half past two o'clock on hv -vrxiu-d the stuwl i J'HKMON. _. lu. r. doot whcH -M-iller came t-ul-1lltnn N. t H'-I.M. leM in1 Ml i l" I.U.'M- ...tLsfiilih. JL .1 inv If._.! l J. 1 1 1 liinar, r f 1 i, IIONOIUX: A MAN l -i-t If- ,i.v n t, i1 IVadw" ,-i l! I nil; 'Is v .1- ,-cotc in- vthicl'i shall have polled the latest -------------J v.Airsi by tt-n lie vvanli run :1_4 test will t.rrai lnicrt-si lLi. ]M -f- Whlfi-w-noil and u, in. TO. A.K. ilas been inahilcsted in the lottery for the ,r A ,WHi lm and shuck him on the head i I 1 'I handsome span of black hui-c.s w hidi or club. He was then i J J l Chamberlain has been exh.l..tin- al.out town tw.. main making to-the Police Station 1 L- Unrkuis.', f H 1 since the fair opened. A chaflee mi them cost- ;l wai i I ha: i n-Jn tb.w n hit, w.-ml ''tleutti.lt. 1 1 ii'it riiivviey.ss n 1 I 1 i, lies of the previous owner of the i SIHMH-C, a-- t- -4 -i i .U vv sherttlrp fact that br rMeFarlnml' possession of it, and thereupon j charged. He subsequently pre- j larne of :uid battery. Ou ation by Lawyer t mm- j seven- manager of the Last Trenton J'ottciy Voin- itenouncoiy the i.-cniur. has severed his connection, w uh tin .i l'i. I m I.-M- order to into anew -potteiv "M.I.HI i-. Mav '.'1. I'n- m -i ol M, Failaml tislilud that he had 1 renton..... before meeting with the watch- ...iii N. 1'i'Uiis i k ,as not drunk. had been 1 o n (i o .V o i o I'rrsentation uTid A.lilresscH at Hie l-la-t Ti-en- l: ;'d '''I'" !l" u-'- ''-11' ton ry Mr. itu nt. if Hi ,n like a and would not Larneil inns -Tveiiti.n, inin. lUni. i- iswick.-o.' i'as-ed hull- New nted saloons onlv that there is P.rannin. m called hall- N.-w Hrnnswi, k. enterprise on own account. On Satmda.v ''n-h-l v ti clu- n II.M s si A i MiHt r, w-htt h-.ts bet-u a rcsidrnt-f years, and watchman on j in entirely different version of the j It wa.- aboni ten minutes before j questioii when he tifst .alkini: up to the little sU'til at if Front streets. A er he heard a crash, ami walked reel trbm the Washington Market- ie had been standing. He fiHind ith his head restjnpon his h.uid.-. inst the corner ol tTiPjHjiud. and I'' panv assembled in the nl the k. Time -Two 'n.mlt.r Wood's ami fait! t The "ames out on svttirday to render some acknowledgment to iniorc 1 Cincinnati 1'hilatlelphitt dund .-Muslim 1 York I: -i-n n e to the es- tablishment hi for, lilial n i uenit in. ..MI. F.'Ill'ooks s.'lected "l.y'tTie fill o tin-M-nt Mr. -Wood with an.il- Ii..I. A TleToi fiT V.ov Iw'i. anil nim call le cell s.lO.IMIO ami rll'.OOH, lll-lllfil Inl'-.1'.1, KATIONVI. i nt' the Dr. Morris' I'nurth Sej-moM ol Ilif sei Heal ai-e a" .n t low n a I i i The Rev, Mori I-' ft.Ill ill setmoii the few before a lal'ire audience in tin I l.lccne Stieet M. I'. Chnrch la-l I'.ic' w hi, h I i :n- was from M iU'-t i iption ol heaven. Revdatiou-t -.2'.1. Vnd-l 11> Si ants Shall' do Him Serv ice.'' The speaker discussed the idea of by ('hi i-l lanit y. The text convcved I in inlimalion ot the class that lo and of then mode "i.f life That heaven wa- ineielv an i i Tfji-; iiiti holnlav lie ilnl m.t iicvc; that hie there wvan .Mr asl.i.141.1 'o- in l.lie ad ol He had -I. 'i Ni N-J-X M iv An iniiial, InminafT'd address "amT a: 7 v. iuider'tliV lu 'l llrooks performed his part in a verv -a'i-l.u ]r t, n, iar whose real nann 1-J. Detiance Aetive Latay- tory ,vay, (m lH.hall. of the woik- -ni, yes- _.. nieii at Mr. "Wood, and dvvdhni; i" m nmvhasa fnlly pro- exi-tetr x w-.r v. n. wa- fessional nine. Pollard, p.: ,limam, ,he w The a.idr, s- Detroit Rnkle.v, Straw, s. liertlebuek. 1'felVer r in the- outlidd. S. v ai-. v- l i' in i H. l -li I'.v inc.U'i I'Kij the stand Iv on the pavemelit.-j him and Columbia aventie, rhilai read reviewed th- tliat had been made by the ]iott-'-rv eo'nitan tin' -even years that Mr. Wi LlT cell "II Sutirl.T,  'Hiis ,-a'itlv --land, i L v the McrnU.al f a Wllll V.l' ,t vvMc- liiirke fs'broken up and unlit t itch, bttt a p. ,..i! t' the plea-antc'-t occ.i-'.on- hjs Mi. MaY-haJi. a member tjn-company, M i i v ''.K Miller to anil have a F, He had id had shared jvit.h them a poitii i. the Trenton diould n.it-part w ith so uood -n liim. 1 tie imitation vvas refused, i laiti ol tne lietielils 'ienie'I a statement made bv Mc- ,1 ,1 i i The I'roVldPilce leans lor -the League pell- n-.s eiideiiee that the twij, had n i and dVsatiimintnients mint, with the t do-dv and Tr? i n as lar as tlie lonners residence. hoiu-d Mr omi iirttlr would hr-stjev, ir-wjdl; r r i the Athene is ahead in the American "--_ ..nd wa.- all'ivveu to lie on the! ro-es vv it liout a thorn, an occasional ..-ve-.at hours. Mithouijh tii-ial. I Heath, the I renton manager, rctiies irom 1 ,hc dub entirely at the clo-c of the present Votes thanks to ,ho-c..w ho had _; ,_' t weekTand That--heTn.Vir. his appearanei- adttrrss- Thaldiei'sretaemeni w hi. b a -nh- hn.-b. nnr: was snpjilied tiv Misers. Cook X' .Faque-. and the atldl'css w a-design, ii. enuios-ed anil i i i initiated bv Mr. John 1'ope. e UltMlLlht vie u eel1.. d some Itv il'iwed. inn: was treatmeliT "'liwity' on our, tnur." said thej- t id'eat ion tliat u blai or dnb t mnln on tile lUl- 11 lilt- I. lle-l ins In.II. i was on duly at the station vv hen Jed of ic-iet, is solely bv the ;t r7T M in what Millei that the latter McFarland with his cane. Mcl'ar- eased when it was shown that ot a burglar. Joseph Atier, watchman on North Greene lift ecu was in e Statww when McFarland 1, and testified that he afterwards injzer si- b.'Mds ivith MilTcr_and" n for hi- kindiievs" 'Watchman asked U .Mel'ai land was that "he was pretty well lixed." Moulton, employed by Consolloy mtchers. also testil'uvl that he saw. akinV- Horatio Hums, who now stand at the- corner ot' Front and testified trmt tire-door oT the hinged, and that in opening c kiinlest cut of all awaited us at home.wheli Tritf AiiHi'iritii to lire Latin a1 us turn thv-y-oufrtir to ,jav, Nixon granted a peremptory man----r, damns in th, luittd Stati.- in nit t lo- the city ol' to indnd, s next tav levy the amount of its ind, bt -IIII.AI.; i H. Robert (ioelet et al. A heaiim; i, i ii :r' ;i; ,i r. i_ Ml -ill'l H I t in tip ifetline 1" It'ilii'y. t was ..Hot easy to tllld do vvie'ketllie-s enough ill life uerit eternal punishment. The speakei. Tiow j tliat punishment would i. nj: because it would be Ibievt-r d. j I'hetri l Vnd heavenly felicity would be continued: i m.the ground of continued scrvi, e Tin i saved an- incitlv those w In. hni i allv called 'cluisMair-: Imt ,1P i'herc a'l'e maiiv in n. donlil it w In .f jileadied to them. The spealse'i hdn veil til i dial act uUu .tlni u-4-r iitinw (-hlist. but who fole.-.ved tin they had would be saAed. N'. nllv is lo-t- al dcalli.. ".d'- sei n licaveii ha've Ihe same natnie they 1 here. The love.of appro.bat loll, HIM -l _-a I _ j II the ambition of vai'ion i I" nieii." Vet iht n-are too inanv l--i i m bit ion -ailtl rl never fullv the >nl. 'Tiie-nat masses nit n do i-an i nl i and nl le-k a nt! ilfei, i li lo lloat. .mil ov er I n nh.i and i: tin end of the nia' t i. i mi. 11 alonn. i i on to the .'_! I- 1- -nielli of -.......ai.called i i a i 'i came t lili- H. ,d almo-t 1 r i j; .in The ;l lip "O in i.. ii it t lie jar- I in n, I innmellt a ,'iii ioward_ihe ii.vl '4..! on to the li.n-k, il to i "V. d had col- .inv on "i l.i'iiy biokctl hack tln-'ir or he tin- f al knocked 00lle.-l 'ie-t. Tint do C put their whole account ot' the game in I dead languages." .The first nine of Lawreneeville Hi-b School ,n Sehneidei were defeated at Lawreneeville on Saturday Wm OI) ;II, r to show whv j the Kurcka of Seminary by the r score not lie set aside At'ter lit.- __ __ liy Kea-bey for and I I' i l .1 U--J.-.-y. Lawrenc'viTle.l 1 1 u n'n 11-- time taKr fit fite v-, s_ KariM-d runs laireKa, Lavviejicevi of Randall v. Three-base h'it Deeern, a. of IVmiiinzton. In the District Couit tin re wa-an Home ni" of-l-eunTrTnlon: the f.m uf ihe Lnilcd KMU- l.... -I ba.se. hits lYnniiiKtoh, '-N'; "in-n ore. in which A. Ueiirv ..Umpire --AViu. I'aird.-ol Law reiicevillr.. I i i. i i was nserveil. Prisoner- ttu A Bailie ol base ball on .'vttimlay oetween _ _ the D, i-ion tin- united, ami uiai in open.UK sngp term w ill be sentenced to-morrow. twice struck on the head bv the and warehousemen ol Dav.s j. The jury agreed, alter a lew lisenee. that injury, nht, was received in the same way. d a verdict of not guilty. i 11 n i M. P.nrioni.hs. of llopewell, tiial for his father's name i made'payable to Chas. Wai- he llotir merchants of this citv. A if in ihe indictment further charged Single men. The l.eml 1'cn, il as a Pottery resulted in favor of the decorators, -1 1 to 17. "The a coi ii spondent, j "made the most of the j drunken Hungarians were An inteiesting game of ba.se ball was played jn carouse in a house on I In tad (ham-' Saturday afternoon bet w, en the manied and her-burg. bevond Roebling''s Mill, on Sat nnlav n singfl- men at Rubber Mill, re- night, when one of them ran out shrieking A suiting in a victory lor the latter by this score: held hi- hand- to hi- l.n-.'. and 11, I.ink' n Married men. -l I -J 0 0 .t (I ll in stal'bed. hatt ow ed a -in.ill lii. Moiii-' sennon Sniitlav _ will -In. w the r-'asonabh m --s liell and w iK n. i be the la-t. lit- the i V. a h'.'liii 'l i 1 1 i I nilii al ions KV "n. May '.'I. For liie Maliii, lie Stal.- d, .ii.lv. watln r. t" in.rthwi wind-, lailinv i I.y The people' of Vat Hev llle are to he "ii Tl.nr-dav evening willia i --t "I l tat v. ha- lie. n tini'le lm I "I (.any. Invitation- to attend tin openmi: of tin i ,i'.v '.iow_n on .1 _i'le' head .n, ii liotly il.nl Tie; n !.-.'.'-'I of .I.M! i ii. he day :.i. r- e-iaf.lis'-'- the i in_t he day tiii uf the de- i ri '1'n nion and i.a i int; comr 'fi.ni.'d" year, l e In bolliiht da the toivhead. whele one ol Ills i-mu-.-r paiiions had -truck him v. ith a -bat p- tied b ad pencil. 1 h to make a TTyain-t him IJotll were tilled b.V .Ill-lice Wailnan lol I drunkenness. 1; A Trinl Oiilci-ed. a Mt; .vninr. t titird le had been given hini on account UVlltd ia.tlic that j Wh_al il   KM! acknowledged tliat the On Saturday evening. Gate-Tender Nntt.at rgetl. On the stand this morning, the Union street crossing of the lYnnsylvania ie H. linrroughs. Railroad, went away from his post to direct hv! "ivcn lor the mg- -f- Fiancis He Chief .lustier neasley has set a-tde.iin _ Ih.at and s0n considered left the gate in chai-e of two boys, with in- of the plaintiffs'counsel nnehan.il, .trt Mr. Walton far the structiot.s to lower it when trains came ;dfmK. Helden. the recent verd.-t injhe I', _ bv note I'l-'vei'iitor who f The. the order... .Nlrs. Anielia J.' pated said in his opening Wright, residing at 71- Soiith Warren .street, lias l.ecii ordered. [her waa now worth nothing and j c-anie along in the a  nl.iv. MIL Fi.e I I'.ov win. had I., i, -I HI fit HI pn! t. 11- "t li-'i I liisn In- in il lill l'i nlay A .lmnl 'innmiil. i i ompo-i d nn mbi-i I'.av nd L. II' .'...-.I' j MCI- er i nn I- rv ve-li nlav IM a-., i i tain Samnel Ma i fin a w ctT Kii" .v n Ti.u.a i' i nilin i w.i- -n iinil.t" 1 t" ti.i.i ,1 Tin l 'I. 'inallv 1'nl 'I II. t'" i......if -h.n p axe in lh> ban.I- o! 1 .id; i iT'i'ill it MllillTM. .e, 'II 1.1V ,it'. II ,t rin k a; il a I'.' l m L''ai" d t 'n 1, ..n I fe i' a dei i' ,-a-h. hi n lal.' i'l MI 4" ..'-'I the W'.iln.l hoi-e I.i 'onuii'L' t" Miii-tian ll'i'.ei tu-t lo'iiel 'ltd j i' tnltc. Hi" dh Kin oil Ini'ii .h 'l 'Hi nl i in I.i' in In. n- ilui. li.' liK'lil I.in Later HI lit. d.t> tonlid 'II I .1 r'.a.....I a .''I'll" l il  r- 11. lt tl nil nu-B Lan'l Leau-u. have in.! i. I ii w inn, t" tonic aii.i-Tmitr :t. S I V in j Philip Mcdtorv.a rag deal, r, vXs hoisting NX stri' a hai" of ra-.'- ,nt'i Hie Lift ..f ir.- n.n-i on a In r hi- t f line "ir vnl nrilHV all ft iit'ii ol tl the In-ke i 11 onng on I'll- -tnn k irni'. "ii t head ..inl klii.ckt o ]imj, f loiti'.r lilt annua picnic in William itv l-l np fee ne street hei f Tiin'.f. nt t (rum Utvii jJ'ow French l hy Winkler'w liand. which played n gay Lenox hlll, i. in yst_. j lurw 'Lwon, making the distance in lit'twn sewdidK. Hisliop hed in the' cvwiiiiK. trnte in Ih.- nl In- waumi, win re lie lav fur a iiiuuiiiiL a-i uiu 'Ua'J.. lldy i.jiinc, ill id., was resirsd'ai.d Ilf. nunliani dresscil ;i tl, p j ,v ,r nvei Ihe lelt ey, lilid the Wounded lllllll vil'.e llnll 1 v.'ii., M At.. takeii hoiVie. .-1'lv SPAPER   

From 1607 To The Present

Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!

Growing Every Second

Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

Choose the Membership Plan that is right for you!

Unlimited 6 Month

$99.95 (45% Savings!)

Unlimited page views for 6 months Learn More

Unlimited Monthly

$29.95

Unlimited page views for 1 month Learn More

Introductory

$9.95

25 page views for 1 month Learn More

Subscribe or Cancel Anytime by calling 888-845-2887

24 hours a day Monday-Saturday

Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
Best Value! Save -45%
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

Search Billions of Newspaper Articles 130 Million+ Pages and More Added Weekly!

Uncover 400+ Years
of Newspaper Archives
(1607 to today!)

Browse by Date

Research Newspaper Articles from 11 Countries
& all 50 U.S. States

Browse by Location

Explore 6,200+ Current &
Historical Newspaper Titles
and Counting!

Browse by Publication