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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1883, Trenton, New Jersey                                i _ f -.f w VOL: I. TKKXTOX, TUESDAY AFTKKXOOX, MAY TWO -First THE RKIilMKNT REVIEWED TRENTON HAS A MILITARY DAY. A Apiit-iiriiiK-n I'reKenteil by All tlic Cw I uder i'ol. THIi Uelegatex Asnemble itnd This The Crowded With It is military day in Trenton.. The annual muster of the Seventh Rigiment has filled the tovvn with gav ly uuifornjed soldicis. Flays llutfcur in the over many housetops, and the ait filled vvith the sound of martial music. The (ity companies were astir early in the day. and towards ten o'dock those from outside towns began a No to arrive. The regi- iiii-iii liirnifil un street, light rwting on cue. Col. U. A. Donnelly, of this city, U. Tiii'lrf Bil- -bee, hael tlie right of line, and the other com- panies took up their positions immediately 7- behind, i Company C, Lumbcit ville, Capt. Slack Company F. Mount llTdly, C'apt. Menitt; Company Trenton, Capt. Walsh; Companv 'K, Freehold, Capt. Buck; t, 4'ttpt. tflklcrs L Band furnished the iy Seventh IJi'gi which was of a fine- order, and embracrd all" the popular airs. TIM: ixsi'KciioN. The inspection was the first feature of the day's and it proved a tedious oixleal. lasting for over (VMI hours. One of the men, Private of Company K, fainted and Surgeon Colemau waited oh him. The intpecliiij; D. B. Muiphy, 'of the Sccotuf P.rigmle stall'. A'Miut thit'e hundred men were in Hue, and all .1 a good appearance', winning fre- quent commendation irom t'olonel Murphy. The was very thorough. and crowds of ladies and gentlemen stood on the side- walks on HtluT-side the progress. A notable le.iture was the brilliant apparel of the Stall', which included the following offi- cers: Colonel Richard A. Donnelly, Lieut. Paterson, of Ocean Grove; Major Michael Hurley, Trenton Adjutant of the Kegiment Van Seiver; Lambertville; Surgeon Coleman and Assistant Surgeon Oliphant, Trenton; Pav ma-ster Karley, Trenton Inspector of Rifle practice, Captain Bamfoid, Trenton; and Rev. Hwiry M. Barbourt .Trenton. twelve c'eiick the (omp'eled and the order of match was given. The companies proceeded in the order given a'Vove down drcene, and through Front, to Warren. n> r.v un: tip Wfncn 'licet the regiment iewi d the (iove-rnor and his stall Irom the Trillion House portico, d'elleral Willium J. Sewell had also been expected, but detained him at home. General Molt and stall', General well's stall', and .other military gentlemen were present. Among, the dovi-rti'ir's stall' were (ieneruls Stiykcr and Peiiine. All expressed them- selves well pleased vyith tlie sliovring which the reriment made. The Hue thwi'' moved up Warren to J'erry, and after UT bfief jMiadc, the .companies by Colonel- Donnelly, who com- mended n lor the good numbers and line style in which they tinned out. This brought the military exercises to a men repairing (4) Turner Hall where rations C'donel. 'aking up his headquarters at the State Street House, where he entertained his stall' and the Colonels of the different visiting stall's. The Governor Iftid stuff and General Molt had their head- quarters at the Trenton House, where they were surprised during the afternoon with a serenade by Col. Donnelly and his staff, at which Winkler's Seventh Kegiment Band In Honor of Mr. Conrad's Majority. Mr. William Conrad attained his majority yesterday. Last evening a large party was given in celebration of the. event at the houne of his father, Mr. Robert L. Conrad, Kiwt street. About trtrnt.y-1'ive couples were present." IVreniiUuii fin nisbed the music and Hill w.is the caterer. Among those pres- ent from outside the city were Mrs. Rose and Miss Hose, of New York Miss Miller, of New (Brunswick. Miss Brady, of Maryland the Tavhu. of'Morrisville Messrs. Long- street and Shepherd, of Philadelphia: Mr. Orr, of Massachusetts Messrs. De Lang, Wright and Duma, of Boidentoun and Messrs. Knglisb, and HutehiiTSrfn of Jfew York. Among the guests from the city were Miss Orr, Miss FJlis, Mian on, Bullns. Carr. the Misses Jacobus, the. lliRwa Murphy, the, Miww U-l, Miss Sutphin. Miss Cuurtwl, Mws Mr and JVIrs. VVortbington, Messrs. (Jrant, Hnt- phin, Swan. Jscqiies, White- head, Kastbnrn, Ivms, C. II. and Creorge Cook, Anderson, Hough, Henderson and Skiim. Mr. Conrad received many handsome prprvnte, the most notable being a gold watch, with fmino- gram on the caif, a gold bK'ket, gold-headed cane and a pair of diamond studs. The- Proliibitiomsts' State Convention to nominate a candidate for (Joveinor in Tempeiance Hall this' morning at eleven o'clock. There-were foitv delegates present, lepresenting nine Bui ling- ton, Camdeu, Huntenlori, nn-rcer, Hudson, Middlesey, I'assaic and Salem. South Jersey .iiuo ihe and Camden i.-oujity sends the largest number of dulcgates, having eighteen altogether. Mercer comes next in order, with ten delegates, and Bur- lington next, with eight delegates. The num- ber of deleg.itii each county'is-entitled to is governed bv' llie number of or- in the rispective counties. There wan ont delegate present, Mrs. Emily Hyde, ol Himteulon county. Stephen B. J'i-ii'.om. of Juscy the Pro- hibition candidate for (jovernor three years filled tile Convention (0. oriler 'H d tlie Rev. C. F. (larri.son, of this city, opem d the '.hen elected Uetiben of Salem, county, the Prohibition I'aajldate ftn district ".iiuT li. V. "Page, of Cainden, Secretary, thn.s giving South Jersey in general and the First Congressional District in -Me-yix, tram, BiTigbam, of Camden, and 1'heney, nf Burlington, a Committee on Cre- dentials. A Committee on platform ap- pointed, composed of C. B. Coles, of the First District: C. F. (Jarrsion. Second; W. M. Og- born. Third; Emily-Hyde, -Fourth H. H. Martram, Fifth, and S. B. Hansom, Seventh. While the committees were alisent speeches were made byJNVilliam Wurner and W. W. of Camden-'. Stephen B. Ransom, of Jeisev CLtvTaiid. A. Hopkins, of New York, tlie, candidate of the New York Prohibitionists last Fall for   are Dr. tiraw, of Camden, and Dr. of rsey ''itv. C. B. Cole, of, Cantden, is also spoken of :LS a probable nominee, and the name of Dr. T. 4-xlgar Hunt, of county, is The Surprise I'art.v to Which tin- Trenton I'luh TrvHUid the j The Trenton Ball Club surprised themselves, the Brooklyn Inter-State team and swine seven hundred delighted spectators by their pretty pi.tying, at the Cricket (irouud, yesterday j afternoon. U vva.s their best ell'ort this sea- i son. Only two fielding errors are CM edited to j them throughout the nine innings, while their batttng vviis simply superb. Thev lighted on llgau, m the lirst inning, for Tour, vTith a total' of seven, safe hits, and when Doyle was then j pui into the jiitcher's Itox'they sttill continued to drive the ball at will mer Ijeld. The visitors were and out-lielded. Harkius' pitching won applause on every hand. in the eighth inning it proved- entire to the Brooklyn. (Clinton Tun tn.'u i Third Edition. LATKST NEWS HV V THK MORNING INDIANS CAUSING GREAT TROUBLE. Vlurdei-iiij; Men on the OH Olil HII llorili-i s and U --The ifVv i i. (ieiu-ral. By 1'ri Col. 1 del played an exceedingly line game behind the bat. Heath distinguished himselt by catch- ing a difficult in left Held, and Dwyei, .-T.'epf tor one error uhirh the Brooklyn their lirst run, covered lirst base in good style Di.. two TIPW iiii-ii Hogpns at thiji) and Beecher in center field, made a favorable im- pnrti-lou, _.In the tirst_inniug ThatchexJut. to third, aud reached first on Schcnck's fumble.. (Clin- ton followed with a safe drfve, and Harkins, to the bat, scut the ball down Uiv lidd 1'rUtt, Ojl tlli.l runs were also hit safely, ,tole to third, and eameTirtrof Hoggins' single. In the second inning Schenck drove a two- bagger for the visitors and scored oiv Ihvyer's mull'of Williams' Imtted ball, when two men were out. In the sixth inning Walker drove, a safe one and came home, on yumton's passed ball. In the eighth the visitors for a moment 'gauged. Harkins' delivery, and on hits by Walker. Maiming aud Dolan. scored On the Trenton side Bastain hit sut'elv in the tifth and vva.s brought home, together-with Dvvyer, on a great three-bii.se hit by Heath tn Ict'f'lield Heeeber struck safely-untT Iltath ftie lollowing iiiumi; f hiitchei, aud Harkins each drove sTn-ile aiid the two" Beecher in a nm in thr ninth Jinking, score: -.'dill instant ki Vo 'I I'l TrMKS. i In In! low ilispati ilni.l. Illi'ler dilti t (n .it I'll, Maguey h I'.li.iU'i'i i I'he loth n-tant Th' killed a man uaiii'jd un- and wound .tnotlier mull on tin tt.li killivl (WN- iii., ilo.se to San llu. av i Mina. :iml are now l  Mate that at ves the Indians eapturi'd his old women, of soldiers who were ti.ivelini; alone. 'Signed.- Mii.i i i Bo rui rr. (llHiicen ut l.emllnn of for Hours. Young Wallace defeated Vignaux at billiards in New York hist evening, scoring jwilits to ,ind Slade have arrived in England, and thev an fei ling will. The wife of Johnson a wealthy far- iei Ith.iea, hanged hi rsi It   only. lVn h bin n fv.l Ull Illlllll louiil jmitiuirjji'Uiu M uieral Spring Mine of tlie alley Wllkeshniu-, nff. i vittU nkkcd lamp'1 oil ('oinlllli in lont.iil nilh nil fUJtlu ocelli lid, and both weie klllirt.. I luiichor, Harkiri-, TI... cnmia, Ih iJasliiin. rl... II Mth.lf.. K' ib H. ,-cher, ef R. in. ;'o. A. K. "2 J it n 2 1: 4 u 1 2 i. i.i D u 1 n i M 2 1 In 1 1 ni'.ooKi.v.x K. in. iii. 1.1, Ib. I -j n M Morgan, c, nils] v'ehenck.'.iii. 1 1 1 .v p n 1 n 7 o KiTHIl, ACI. H II 1 illitiniN. If. n n n  foiitu. "but that nobody was injured tin: l.mperor and F.nipre-- In im: in the dining room at ihe time. ItargeN in I'en'l on Lake By to I :IK TIMI s PHUT HriuiN. Miih., M The bargi Wyoming is ashore six mile- above Point Kd- ward. Her crew are on board. she lies in tin sand and may hold together till the stoim troei- down. The barjie Orontes is broken Laki Port. Three unknown schooners are a-diore on Late St. ('lair. The scbooneVs Clematis and DobbinsTit-e at anchor at Lexington, w i the water breakinit over them.a! li.'ijuent in- tervals. Five unknown N are irjioiied d be ashore JbidVVeoii .Lexin-jtoii and Pilie Hill f he Mi is.sell the tow o tlietii1.' Chirk :ire Oil Le x 11 uron. Tin tuy I tampion has yon e to i r a---i "-i.ru i wttttl still ii A Hotel Thiel aptun ,1. to The PlllI.VDFI.l'HIA, MllV llin-e o'eloi k this morning William P. a hoarder 4n Washington Hotel, and Market stieets, was aroused noise in Ins room, and saw a man -tandiiin beside his tfi d The intflider raTT (nil and HI to a loom whii h i.e oei npii d, a'id ar- restid, and upon scan him a key which tiL the locks of several doors in the Imlel was found. A pair of is-weie also ked Jl.flii-4h. pirvfiiiiut, wh- i1- lie He his name as John my, ami his resi- deiict at Tr. ntoii, hut npoit In annual Ccntial station, admitted that lie had -eivod si ntence of live years uiffler the namn ot William (rritlith. The f nnoniiwd a- the man wJto, .tl -William -4Vmi Hotel as William At wood, of Mon-istnwii, about the 1 ime a hoarder was robbed of a silver watch and fifteen dollars. Tlie prisoner was commit ted for trial. TO IMI'KACIf C .iriH.K. ArcuiKMl of THkinjr I IM-H Trom an Kntato unfl of liiMiig I tieouinetent. Pllir.ATiRLVHiA. Mriy -At a meeting of the leading Jiiembers of the Camden Itrtr. held in Ihe oftice oi John Wcscotl. on xilurdav attertloon. measures weie laken looking to the of I're-tdt-ttt Chaile.sT. Oner Charge AKaliiNl Her, hut All- ot her CoiiipIaTut In hi> Kutered. Tlie by nine fool room assigned for the Police 'Court in thr Itoroiigh Hall, con- tained last night seoies af men and SONS, who were crowded together like so many saidineH in a The occasion of the gather- ing wan the announcement that a hc.-tiiiig take place on the charge prefeiied Su-mhagen, ot William ChainbisTTtirjjr-'bi seMing intoxicating ilrink to a minor. The eir- tl'.e atl'air, which occmred soinvthing ovel a wet.'k ago, were fully al thti liine inliiese eoliimti- Kartoti upjwared for Mrs. Slemhageu. -Justice afler hearing Ihe idenee, dismissed the -cu.se, oiiT't be "gronn'd that no jiroof that the defendant bad made the child drunk, as charged in the complaint. If the complaint bad been made for to minors and without a license, the idcnce to hold the woman would have liecn ample. Among the, u it nesses called WJIN Vnn.i Vunsiiit ho is fourteen years if age. She testihed that she drauk three tmcr tit .Mrs. Stcmhagen's on the evening in. question, and she became drunk was ai rested and lodged in the lioronglf til'tcen minutes liefoii; mirlijiglit '-Vitb her in Mrs. Steinhagen's weie A nine 'j'.uibel. John Klaibi-r and Chailes Heilcy, a'l ibout her own age. The two boys testified ..hat they paid for the beer, of which they hod They all tn 1 u- of them hoiiglit that AnnTf VnfHaiiT wrTfrdrnTi'k. corroborative idenee. No proof hat the Vansuit girl made drunk in stemhagen's produced, and on this tcchni- ality the case was properly dismissed. Mrs. V'an.smt. an apparently mild-tempered, re- -peetabli- woaiiait, Mit beside licr__ daughter h rough the healing. cs of the. Law Order So- announced their intention of pielerring mother complaint against her fwr selling to ,11 nl ii limil a In On thiS will probably be held lor court. Second liditioii. MARY ANDERSONS RIVAL MISS BANCROFT AND HER CHARMS. >f Latent Beauty wnd Hay About Herself, and How She Repertoire and He.r __Future, _ MJW Helen Bancroft, Mary Anderson's nv al, reached city about eleven o'clock morning. She played to a large aud enthusi- astic audience in llaston last evening. From one of the -parlor of the Trenton House Miss Bancroft watched the parade at one o'clock this afternoon. A TiMtcs repre- sentative chatted with her as the Boys m IU ue passed along. Miss Bancroft has all the beautv ascribed to her in the pictures that have been seat teied so lavishly throughout the city, and more, too. Her Iteauty is of a differ- ent type from that, of Mary Anderson, but it in fully its striking A fine tig- handsomeeyco.ron- siTtutp Miss Bancroft's beauty. She te really i new actress, having played only in a quiet way for a lew years Hhe was one of Daly's Company about four years ago, and then left the stage in order to devote herself to careful study. It is the result of this study that brought- her into prominence as a brilliant w iivss us_well as a handsome wonia'k 1IIK KKAl'TY SAID. I like Julia in The all ihe parts that 1 have tried. I like the trpgic .uid emotional much better than the common- ly melo-dramatie That's why I propoue lo attempt ('urn, in 'Article the part i'bra Morris is so successful in, when the sea- son opens Fall. Julm is Miss Anderson's uvonte character, and J am just ambitious enough, >ou know, to see if 1 cannot compote wtth tin'htiiniiiE) young auli'taw. lam young, studied hard, and have met with far greu-tei success than I had expected. There- lore, why .shouldn't 1 try to make a ftig mark in the theatrical world? Next reason 1 shall play among other things, I think, a. Vou saw Mrs. I-itngtry in part, y on say i1 Well, 1 have an fdea I do the character just aa well. Certainly I can make up" better than the English Beauty lid. I have already playexl Ogaretta in "The ol but tlnu. not so popular a part, 1 like it so well Julia or Cor a, or even hntifl' in "East Lynne." By the way I'm gfflng to try Isabel also, although perhaps I ought to be contented with the iieslowed upon my Julia." phves and manufactories will be closed, and to the people ot' New York and Biooklyn it will IK-a general holiday. Fiom Plul.idel- mid other will be large crowds of people. President Arthur aud his cabinet will on hand, as will also a Through the ity Piesjdent ol' Council Kitson, Pre-idenl of the Health Board Wonherton, and Health In- jector Meduire made ;t ot lllspe, tlon ,0 alternoon wty. Theylirst v the neighborhood nf m w tl.e New Jersey Steel ami Iron WorksT' On at ,M.fW10I1 the river hante. nr-.-vr Thr number of the Governors and other omY.ials of the various Statw, every Governor in thp I'nited States having invited. Among the public officials who will go from New Jer- sey Ludlow, Se.Tetary of State Ueed. on various chftiges ol' duplicity in his official capacity-fin well as of. 'llie proceedings weie condiieted with closed floors. The Hjwcilic eh.uije pleterred Was learned yesterday. After the matter bail In i u fully considered it was dee-Hied to snbsi i ibe a Mind lor the pur of employing :i who will lie t detailed to take verb.it un ol all the pro- ceedliigs ol Judge uliich will Iw- held anareajrd upon the< will IH- based i.ngcs of tlie preparation of Atteitilrtfd fttiTrfrfft. alias Ingraham. an un- fortunafe woman, nttempted to commit oui- cide in the house of Mrs. HuU-hinson, at swallowing a lot of laudanum. She had boon drinking ilv snu-e Friday and yesterday one o'eloek v i-Hed Daniel's drug Store, .tt W.irtcn and 1 all .sheets, and bought air ten emt.s ut.i Mie h si lowed in ;io i HHIIII ol Mrs Hni hoitsi I i 'I and If Kelsey, Major Anderson and Mayor Vroom. Speaking of the affair yesterday, it was re- marked by a ready-witted citizen that the occasion miuht Czar-coronation. Narrow Kioape From Lightning. Last evening, before the break up of the pidiic of tfie Piistlhie Association, ai hchJoel torer's Park, there came a Iliish of lightning followed hv a pea! of thumb r ami the music stand in wliH b Winkler's Kim shn rrrd nn our I I IJ I H irr I I i i is ii 11i playing f the crash by strange every one to ih  Prison. It was found lo be parliall> cliokol up and (he excrement How s nut on the bank when (here is low tide, plained of and the water bank in the iear ot the State House, where it reported fhaf all manner of filth ami gaf- bage are habitually depowted. The complaint provtvt to ho Complaints of filthy sewers' from lw- tween the House and (Jalhoun street also Jed to m investing ion. The newers empty on to power bank and were iound Sli.liy. at thr Catri.-ViA property, on Vortb streed, and arising from hltliy No. Perry street, proves to Im fully ,LS reported. When party moved, on their Umr of m- sportion, i'ito the haidJv Among the charges is one fo Tin I tbut Judge Reed while art ing in his etpaeity as Judge of the Orphans' i Um estate, the executor ot win- i y eoin- as lor both pi.until) ai, I   In Philip Halt, ajjell known engaged in the confectionery and notion business at No. South Warren street, has been mis- sing since Thursday last. On that day he left for New York, vvjiere his parents roude, m IL business trip. On the following day his w lie received ti telegram "from her husband's .si.slcl' tu .Sew Vojk, her if her jiuabaud had" returned Ttome. Mrs. became alarmed-, had twit rTTuuii if, "ancfstarlrrl it once for New Voik she learned Ironiliei sislci-in-law that he had been ut her house spoken ol going out to yay a bill and re- turning the Hitine day. fit detective was em- ployed, and has, been after the mis- sing man There are that he ha.i iK'eu fou 11) with Mrs. Hart, who has live small greatly distressed. No IMPOSITION THIH TIMK. Miss Itaiicioft husii tine voice in iion that strong and effective voice tin aUgf. i.) juutly amiOim to im Trenton with ability, owing to the" disappointment caused by the party (hat itself off for the Bancroft party -everal months ago, and which expoeod in THK TIMKS. She feels that she cnu'more than redeem her name from my oilinm that may have become attached to it through the imposition prac- 'iceil. Sliss Bancroft's support excellent. >he hxs, iimoiig others, Clinton Hall, whooe siKcesssful acting made the comedy of The so popular several years M. W. Leffiugwell, and. Miss Brooks, who sup- ported Miss Anderson in The Hunchback for several seasons. It WTO -very evident to I'm: TIM KM man that Miss Bancroft haa the brains and backing that made Mary Ander- son's fortune, and that she doocrvno all the success that her talent and indomitable energy can bring her. Miss Bancroft was driven through the city in an open carriage by her manager shortly iftei two o'clock this afternoon, and erpreaoed herself as highly pleased with what she saw the OJf Marcer Con. I Full Hnil .It-rney Ontral. Pint.AiiKi.rifi v. M.iv An important conference took plaet veslei day bet ween Presi- dent Gowcn, of the Phihuleljihia and UeiMluig Rmlroad. mid Prestdrut Huwns and other Afli- epp  ing, vv'hen the missing jurors turnei. gave excuses, which satisfied the (oun of desire to dutv h.u After a brief trial tl> KTiltes eotil' T f IfiTliK For wenttrei Middle with li Atlantic llt" rttill, variable winds mindly northwestiiily, higher VlTY NOTKS. The Wntei Potver is w'ith water to- day, tur till; lirst, tiiiu- sincj. lost John   disi IIHI K> d Howe and Pxiiney were held intended. Philip and convicted ol lissaiilt ing A kinson. on Broad street, >ome Barton defended m both Frommel, who plead not gniltv It- larceny, retracted that plea and guilt. The ease Jacob N> taining illegal fees of the i Company, went 
                            

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