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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - April 9, 1886, Trenton, New Jersey                               VOL. IV. WIIOLtt NO. 1072. FRIDAY AFTKKXOOX, Al'KIL 18SG. I irsl I dilion. IHKrr 0 CLOCK THE LAYERTY TRIAL. CITIZENS READY TO VOUCH FOR HIS GOOD CHARACTER Proceedings of the Court of Impeachment To-day The Defence Countermand! Fifty Subpoenas Minnie HUiaffi rand AB man SiuretbofHr Recalled. The Court of Iiupea hment was m see B10D but fifteen minutes tins morning The defense had issued sub) u to about hlty prominent oi New Jersey, who would testify as to Mr Lnerty's excellent character when a resident ol Jersey City Subpoenas had been sem il ou Hou 4 A Hardenberg, Lx-Gover 101 George C Lud low, Mayor Gilbert Collins, Register Geo B. Fielder, Hon Orestes Cleveland Judge Gftrretson Kx Rppiker Cirskullen, Hon _C H O'Niell, Generil Join F McNVhorter, Major Pangborn Mayor Ki bin! A Don nelly, District Attornej Jcb Lipptiicott, Judge McGill and others M my of gentlemen were present in the room to-day At the opening ol the Co nt President Grid's announced (hit the do fense had concluded to these witnesses on the ground thu testi mony waa unnece-3 irj Minnie Schaffei the b bv anil Mrs Hel ler were present in the c n rt room The trio are taken to mil liom their liotil to the State House m i t b Mrs Mush the ex priSjQ matron -Vu'nt Lcnharclt, the discharged convict, aud the fimons coaeb man, Jake Fischer in at'endauce waiting to be cjlkd m ributt il Minnie Scbaffer nasi ill eel to the witness, stand by Jue'ge Helhn.in She looked ex ceedmgl} comely as she it m the large arm chair to the lett of President Griefs Her usually pale cheeks had n decided pmkidh cast bhe ir suertd Hie cjuestions put to her with consider ible vtliemeic Her testimony, in p rt was as lollows I was sworn at the hearing before Police Justice Stabl at the City H ill in this city VI told him that the indiscretions v.ith Mr occurred in the Inspector smok ing and sewing rooms I did riot tell Mr Stalil of the table episode at the hearing because I ASFUMI I) to refer to it, I to'd Mr Kessley at my tnal m the Mercer Se-isions that I did not refer to the table story to Mr Stahl I told him that the reaaoi I did n t speak of It st that time beeati e I did not re member it, 1 did Dot rt member it I did not say that it occurred on anj othei day except Sunday Assemblyman Jacob VhreihouYr was recalled by the detenst aud produced a letter written in German, sent bj Barbara Znnderhoff, while in prison to herbusbaad in Newark The lettei purports to conUin areqnestto Mr Zuuderhoff tolix up a room for Minnie Schafler, eo she could have a retreat during her sickness The claims that the letter declares th-t Minnie IB to make big money she is released fiom prison and that Mr Zundeiholl wis promised a large sum for procuring i ro m for the ex-convict The litter wia marked for identification and the Court directed Manager R Wayne Parkir to translate the same into Lnglish and return it to the Clerk Ihe Conrt then adjourned until Tues- morning at 10 30 o'clock ALDERMAN MILLER ARRESTED IXKkeil Up in I lorld t on rba-Re of Bribery Demusey Escapes jACKSOhMII F, Fill, April 8 Detec1 ives Brown aud Cosgrove nf New ai- Alderman H Miller, of York, at PaUtka to dny upon warrants charging him with bribery m the Broad- way Railroad legislation Miller was mucb.su prised at his but made no resistance to returning Noith Ex- Alderman Josiph Dempsey, wanted on the same has been stopping in this city (or several weeks, but learning of the presence of the detectives, he left the city early this morning, leaving no cine to ihe direction taken High Water In South Jersey BOBDENlowN, April 8 The Delaware River is still nsiig and docks and wharves are under water The collector's office cf the Delaware and Ran tan Canal is sur- ronmled by water The low lands of Penn- sylvania as far as the eye can reach are tinder water The passenger boats plying between this city and Philadelphia in nome OUI08 cannot make landings, as the docks Are submerged MlBH Delma Woolej a Fnneral. Hie fnneral of Miss Delma Wooley, daughter of Print ipil Vto ley, of the Academy street school, took place at noon to day from her resilience, No 136 East Front stret t Out of respect to Mr. Wooley all the public schools were closed. The fnneral was very largely at- tended Get yonr printing done at Fitxgeorge'a Wt corner Slute Greene WHAT THE "THUNDERER" S WS Outspoken Comments of the London I npt r ou the I resent hltuallou. LoMior> April 9 'Ihe Jimci in its com meutH upon Mr Gladstones treat ej h yesterday in the House of Commons In substance the measure piopises to place Ireland m a position not like that ol aSt ite of the American Lnion but like tha of Canada a sell uovermug provun Separation is complete aud ibbolu'e 111 principle, and the restnc dons which tie professed secure the bupreuncy Tie imperial Parliament must in l ractice be woithless, since there is no sufficient sin tion behind them Iiiis id the card u 1 point to which public opinion must be nn mediately directed Is the nation prepu ed to give Ireland an independent politic il existence AVe cannot suppose tin IP IR any room I ir doubt on that point I' would be grossly untiir lo assume th t ti House will (ouxent to second reuli the measure, which cannot possibly Bur vive the debites in tommittie LONDON April t Ihe sn-. Not the least striking feature nl tie scl erne is it-s omissions llu al M. (i c any special piovunou I r I Met is tl i In thing lo condemn the Iiiil k tiHei u.bbtng is the liam iw-s i n Mr Gladstone expl ui) il tie Kr i n uluhlre'aud though ne'cl c I i tton if the Imperial taxation viuldluu 10 at Ihe whole argument is Mtiattd by me ip 1.11 in ibe face of plain facts Mr I iinelis eclj H evidence thit he wixi'il rt ju r he immediate msteiel of (be u turn i transterof the Constabulary to tne In-h xecutive, the abropsftion of the died Mi Gladstone would pi ice on tl proceedings of the Iri-h IVrhunent aid reduction of the verj moder.tc sum whn Ittland is to toutiitmte lor >.e- c t he Empire If the commi'tec are uni re plied to accede to bis views on points the Bill will not the separatists whom it was pni> uilv meii t to contcut Vieciinot thi me a ure will meet -with (be a[ prov 1 oi any see1 en rt the Qi ecu s sul l els 1 is a messaLjC ot dl corel not ot jeice for 1 1 o ps By Adulated I revs lilt 1MLS G U lexi- Vptil U V --pec i I dated }esterila? to the from AiT-tin says "Today Governor In-liml, n re sponse to telegrams from the lonnlj niul city authorities at Laredo State Seinti r Hall and Representative Santos Penavide representing that riot and pre vuled in Laredo and ask that troops be sent to suppress the riotous element and restore order has oidered the Rifles ofSan Captain Scl m i'i State Ranger Company to proceed to I aredo on the first tram to assist the locil authori- ties in preset the peice and m ikjnt, arrests The Give nor has ilso ordered Brigadisr Gem il Roberts and Arliutimt Smyths to Laredo to take command of the State forces represent tint more trouble is anticipated aud ssy tb it the civil anthonties intending to arrest tl e rioters are threatened with armed resist ones and that bloodshed is imminent that the partisan feeling is bitterly aud that an unbiased force is necessary to calm the disturbing element and prevent a repetition of the tragic scenes of yester until calmer counsels prevail THE FEDERAL COURT The Case of Draubangli The Dtlawarr LncltRwanna Railroad Co Concluded The case of Angnstns against the Delawai-S Lackaw raoa and Rnlioid Compiny was concluded in the United States Circuit Conrt b fore Tml_e Nixon, this morning Ihecxs" begun on Tnwidav The Jnelgp phii redjhp jury briefly, and at 12 in they retired the hour of going to press a verdid Ini not been rendered The plaintiff resides in Pefvulere mil was driving along a road beside tin of the on which an engine standing Tust as the plaintiff rr idii 1 a position beMile it the engineer or someone on the engine, opened a Meam vihe by which the h ir-e and buggy were en veloped in the ts'iping s'eim The horse jumped, and the entire rig with the plain tiff, were thrown down a sutv, foot em bankment and serious damHge clone Tor thus sustained the nition is brought to recover damigeo The general panel of jnrois h is been clis chirged until Tuesday morning Mercer SpeoUl SeiiilonR But little business was trnnsaded in tlic Mercer Court this morning Seven! mat ters in the Orphans' Court were adjusted and a number of naturalization pipers There no criminal trials The Trenton Sewer BUI The Trenton Sewer hill came up for third reading and was passed in the Assembly this morning Mr Otsenberg's vote win the only one cast against the measure Advcittaeyour lossoe in the TBFRTOB Colaipp THE TROUBLES IN TEXAS The State ol Alliirs tit Laredo A Stirloun Bj lilt 111 t I t [MM tun i ni y A special Irom Lirtdi s 1 vvo ol the men w muled in 3e i i lav s pe htnal conflict died tod 17 Ibe retuins i uv bbow five Boti pirlisans killed tud t u v ounded Ibeit vveie Int lunei iK to clav Business is piuticilly 11 Ihe Btlkuap Kifle tioops an c ted to arrive by spei i il to Tbeiol petition signed by many is vv is tt egripbed to Governor land this morning e unileistind that Stite troops are on tbeu vv ly here to pie'-erve the peace e m ist earnestly protest agimst said tioops pi iced under the control or dirti lion of thi loc il iiitlionties of Laredo or e'jb toiintv md more especi illy that the sheiift li is ro control them City Martini B ij ird gives your corres- pondent this sti'emtnt as to the cause of yc tird iv a ontl ink The Bjtis nupoited mec fiom Mexico md deltjtedoni ticket they undertook to insult us bv b u 'in ,_ our party in etfigy 1 he boys would n it have it that way aid iv e i otil 1 jit n-, i an hem vlien tbev tl c L i IT ne 11 il by i itj ud ountj ofti nils mi he eisanl nnu'iing 0 t1 e P u, to b i> the II mi he Alihuu h c ti'i inn itn if; I it r to one the H rches [.ne the B tin igo( il tbni-hing 1 iv i i K s a t i 1 i e I t le eVctiou li is i i i e i 11 iec l 1 i T i i finer ind linn S w 11 K i tin e' e ion i or e-p i i 't i r-c ivnl by Co' md I i ml it Ini i si ki e m r i t Mduiosb I st in! r itived the, lollowing st ite i t li n Lin I expei ttd tne troul e n il did not to lie requested Iv f fur puh bit in 1 my nun n1 1 q'l c i h n tin tn t shots I k ew 'i i -i n neh VT a lea lir ot b" 1 i i ii K! h it City Maish il 1 iv i 1 v s II MI b led i therefore i1' f v i- 11 i i i v to tl e 1> 'C I k i f v i e i id 1) le r n when t je icriill I i i in Kid I tied wholly on mv i ni r D-I n t in the mtere-t i i i v 1 tit n is no sti'ute law 1 i 11 i iv utiim I lie eiKeigemy ill l m i d U ol del v so I determined to et ai d j. t ul on'T Irom the Vi meut 1 nevei piitieb better pie jured tli l l vveu th mi il nliuts when tl ev saw our bins hie 11 between them 11 neie iv 1 null lovi.ur, just ff my icti HI ih it I nu veil ij, iiu t invaders from xit' is I 1 iye know ledge ol numbers ol men t jinn 4 iv r tiou New I iredo Mexico en it mis 11 skills Thirty tnu L i id el e tr tc me luat mgbt ire sudi as 1 lever saw aiuvvhere except in tin Mrui 11 civ il v i it 1 shall keep a del ichim it 11 ti io{ s on guard ri er '-Ute in d imcnc Urttth T i tc n N J NI- v OIIK srot KS I NI> I H liRvvfiniin IlTlllK .1 l.i (y intril M hr I) li- R ii Hu I n I N iv v. k t (nt al 11, I ii ki -I ire rn nlon r 81 Paul s H t i o f K id 1 i Pfl lilt nil N P i fi rn 1 Ori K in I in is I o ilu illi mid Niishv! k d Tcxhi On nha i 0 M prf r rr il Oil CHIC AOO flKAIV AM) I IiflM-1 IN MUtKFr OPI S I Vf Wheat fo n OUs lork I nrd Mfly 7 V in i Ju ic 1 dl' August 82 lIOBINd P M Wheat. Corn Data Pork. I arel May 77% 87.< 29ft 910 rn June 79Ji Wy, 80% 915 Aogrm 82S V Dl BLtt I'ARLIAMLNT. Mf, GLADSTONE PRkbCNTS HIS BILL FOR LOCAL GOVERNMENT l'( (at ministration Whleti (Ireetfil lb< I i. HIM i n to the HOUHI- of I ominous Mi, unil It wiis U Iatter at Dob- l.ostpr Cards, and Books al Brcarlcj Stoll s Try a pair of our hand made Wauken pbast S N Hcrphcis 3 and 5 South (Ireent street Yonman's Nobby Style Hat Dobbins the Uattor no uw liHatklnR, does kup tbo linist line of Lalies aud Gents' Shoes in this city Sr hool Girls' and Boys loth Hats, We Tot Dobbins, the Hatter Rrnnrloy Hloll oTi r some very do sirabli rooms for rent suitable u si nal or business offuis ai d a larRn room romprising an entire floor c er their store I list State street specially designed for s c lety or c lub use Hnvp you soon tin in w hats at S N Hcrphos and ri Hoiilh Oreene strut Got yonr Tmbrpllft from Dobbins SoinptliliiR in n in cent Bon Taper at Bnaiky Htoll s Srti "At Hna" advertisement on 4th page Leading Shop House 8 N Sorphos, 3 and B South (Irceno street VounmiiH the most popular Hat Dob bins the Hatter For Bent new brick dwelHig on PaBsalc street (Berry's contain- ing eight rooms viA bath with all modern conveniences, including neater Apply to 123 Pasnato street, Porker's grocery store, TWO CKNTS JUBILANT DEMOCRATS. DR JOHN WOOLVERTON CHOSEN FOR MAYOR. A Harmonloni Convention la. Temperance Hall llmilfl fur Beolvtr Taion Johu Laoimrd, for Frank H Lalur fur School Superintendent. I In ity Democratic Convention waaheld in Temperance Hall 1 igt evening and the I were conducted so orderly and iittiiisiaHtie illj thut a stranger would mugimil lu wm listening to the details of a untn dtbat UK society The hall was row (ltd Counsellor I dward W Evans called the ciiivemtuni to order and John A Hull was In ed diairuMu and Nahor B Secre- Urv Utir filling a vacancy in the Fourth thti delegates were asked to nominate maiididate lor John A Steen, of Ihii 1 list Ward, nominated Dr John Wool- ve item saving that in that gentleman the Hi ruth would have a candidate who vvould Uail tin party to certain victory The Stcond Ihird, toiirth, Fifth and Sixth Uiudahad no caudidatus to present Dele- tut of the Hovonth, complained tint his ward never received any of the pililnal loaves and fishes and finished his odi niiiiiiiiattug Louis Coutwr A taken and lir Woolvertoji was nam- inalu! by acclamation The result was Mu ttd with e-liecrs llu Secwmel Ward nominated Frank H. I a for H, html Superintendent A dele- hum the r-ifth Ward presented the mum ot Harry K Stevenson, but llio lultcr tiamo was withdrawn Delegate lilies utatiiiK that Mr Steveuson declined to ho a candidate under any Irustu I alors noiumation was then made unanimous ui Kmciver of Taxes the Third Ward i  liireily vegetable remedy that will not Bull- viitt but produce the moat pleasing effect, invigorate tho liver, cnre headache, dys- biUoufmeBSy constipation aud druggists TIMES WANT COLUMN. WANTFI) Ixicnl Kaleeman Good wvti. Apply to B BRUISING 179 Broad itreet. WAVTKD-A tnllorpfS Apply at 817 WKST HANOVERMTREET WANTFD-HU girlo Stenfly work Ap nt HAHR18 MANUFACTDRINO C Mlllham WANTKH-TenBhlrtironere Steady work and Kooil pay Addr--- STANDARD HHIRT   mid uliml I) >ird and ploaiant rooms No. 'iWallHtrut AlBotnblebwrd MM E Iitimocllntely 60 more salnmen. VV Men rf good cha arter only Good utt itly work Address J AUSTIN HflAW, Nuns ryman Rochcflter N Y FIOR RENT-An old eBtablUheil drag itoia and dwelling IM Bench, N i. Part of Ilitures In store Poweislon Jnne 1st, 1886. Ap- ply to ADAM KXTON, 524 lUoot, TreutOD, N.   

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