Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Share Page

Trenton Times: Saturday, March 1, 1890 - Page 1

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VIII. NO. SHOl BY A JOURNALISl. An Instil1" Avenged by a Ken- tuckian's Bullet THE HOUSK HKARI) IHL ItH'OKf. I i.tongreii.nian I'ulli-d Coire- Hpondeot Kim tar nt the Cupltul md Received a Bullet Tlmt May bud by an liihiilud W March pistol shot that echoed through the conidois of the Capitol, a man staggering down the nmi ble steps, his face covered blood, aud upon the lauding, alone, another man, holding a smoking revolver m his trembling hand, was tha tragic tableau which shocked Washington yesterday afternoon Chai 'es E Kincaid, a well known Kentuckian aud a newspaper correspondent here, had shot illiam Piestou laulbee, ex repitaentative from the Tenth Kentucky dlsti let in retail ation for an indignity ho had suffered at the ex congressman's hen the shot rang out the comdors wire filled with people coming and going In the ehamLti of the house, not a dozen yards a luely wrangle was in progress, and wiihm eye rang nf the staiiway weie R n sentatives K lower and Duuphy of Ni w "V. 01 k At the hollow, resounding report of the pistol shot they sprung to their feet a id lushed into the coindor m time to see laul- bt-e reel down the staircase and sink t-x hausted upon the marble tiling lu a mj- mcnt a dozen men sui rounded the piostrtite foi in As the strong unns llftexl his- he d fiom the floor the wounded man covered his face with his hands and exclaimed 'My Grod, ni} Go 1, he has shot int.! I din teriiblj hurtl' The Shooting Described. The shooting is thus described Tau'be-9, arm in arm with ex Dooi DouaUUo i v, s-descending the steps hading to the ris tauruutv 'Kmcaid cnnie just behind Uu reaching a spot about three steps np Kincmd called faulboo by name and the latl r turned The correspondent quickly drew a 3-3-oaliber revolver, placed it close to Ins forehea-1 and fired. Tne ball entei td just over the left eye and lodged where the si r geons lannot find it Kmcaid, who sto id by with the smoking revolver in hw hai 1, coolly admitted that he find the shot lie placed unel-r PI rest A Poiullily biital Mound. Within five minutes the story had ton told in tbe remotest corner of the Capitol The wrangle m the house ceased and t le members hurried into the corridors U p e sentative Yoder, ot Ohio, who is n clan, hastened to the ictam wheie tht wounded man luy He was shortly after wareis joined by Di Adams, and the two made a cartful exammatu n ot the wouiv 1 Ihey found that the bullet had euteied ju.t above the left eye t.nd was lodged son e wliele at tho base of the skull btimulai ts wtre administered and as soon as he could be moved iaulbee taken m a carriage to his home at the coi ner of East C api' ol and Third streets, where Ui Bayne atteu 1- ed him Upon tbe doctoi's advice Uie wounded man was subsequently removed in ''an ambulance to Providence hospitil There his wound was again examined aid pronounced dangerous, but iy tatul Paul bee. will be disfigured for 1 te and will undoubtedly lose the sight of ins kf t eye The Cause of the Shouting. The complete story oj the shooting w ill not be told until Kiutaid is put on trial I he statement he now makes is that of an overwrought, unstrung man, and the only witness ot the who e affair, ex Dooikeepjr Samuel Dt neldson.di dares he will say noth ing until bidden to do so by those who have the iirflit to dt mand his testimony Ihe case is shiouded in very little mys- tt i y, however, and tbe causes which led up to the unfortunate episode aie well known hen 1 wo years ago Taulbee represented (lie Tenth Kentucky district in the Fiftieth ctmgl ess Several of bis escapades became c n rent gossip about the Capitol Women usually figureel prominently in them On eju i occ sion he was reported to have be n discovered under compromising circum- stnnees with a female clerk m one of the mud 11 ooms of the patent office The story lertind its wuy into print m the local news- I1 p i s he i e Kmcaid was at that time the s inigton coriespondentof The Louisville '1 lines Ibf scandal of the occurrence as- b until such proportions that he wrote an i e cetunt of it and telegraphed it to his jour- n ii Tht Times circulated widely in the lenth Kt-ntucky district, and the effect of the i ub icatiou was to do considerable dam- 0-t to Taulbco's reputation. Giant Against Pigmy. hince that time Taulbco has nursed his w against Kmcaid and has never lost i ml oppoi tunity to annoy him. The Ken- tut Kj congressman is a large man, quite six ice' tail and, though spare, of strong and v. iiy fi time Kincaid IB not above five feet tin tc- inches in -height and weighs only a till en IT a hundred pounds Taulbee is 39 y ins Old, while Kiucaid is about 45 Both mtu ,tre quick tempered and both have been lin ujht up with a profound respect for the I- tl lu lit) Both have veiy nice ideas n in 11 pt i BODul responsibility (or affronts x et and punctilious notions, in regard t) iesenting insults. From the best testi- mony obtumabl" it appears that Taulbee li is studiously Endeavored to provoke Km- c net into a demonstration of some sort, tho latter bas quite as studiously u icd to avoid any encounter Klnould's Ear Pulled. bhentlv. af teV noon Kincaid walked op to iho eastern deior of the chamber ot the home and sent his card m to Representative C until, of Kentucky. While he was wait- n f fin Mi. Caruth to come out Taulbee left in- UwinbCT, and, observing Kincaid, i Keel up to him and said: I want to have a few wordft with you." 'I have no time to talk with you i tilled Kmraid, "lam waiting here to see u gentleman." One oT the doorkeepers thinki that Km- caiei put considerable emphasis upon the vvoiel "gentleman." At all events the dejor- in quite suie of what followed laiiliiee teized Kincaid by toes ear and pnvej it a vigoious twist. Kmcaid broke f i urn hu grasp and, stepping back out of reach of tbe KuntucUnn'ii long arms, ex- tlaimed. Tntilbev'N Advice WHB Taken "You know I am not physically able to cope with you, anil I am not armed I" seems to be Bom? doubt as to the exact liiiguagu of Taulboo's reply, but sev- eral uitiicstks declare that he retorted- 1 lien, Jem had better be) Ih men then sepaiated, only to meet np; in, us above noted In the meantime Kiuciuel li tel preitui ed a revolver Mi Kincuid was visited by many friends in his c il VinOiiK the callers woro Seuatoi J H- H ui n, Congressmen McCrpaiy CmuU nil of Kentucky, and an army of n s cnneipeMielenN Mr Klncnid mnioTity of coueh onrci do little more thun the (llRPrtlro fnnrdmiR or ate bile Aycfs on thn tt the rouith, doct not in 'hfl ronctiohi of either or TKBNTON, 8AIUKDAY AJTKRNOON, II 1. 1890. was niULD but uiore u rifd ad tti w In n gt 1 motliHi at li n wniild ipc nn tli nit in lit in tin' t nble piwlicain tit in which bf luuiul hit i self AnHiiiiUtd Six riineH That man Itiullxe said ht lias tit n bounding me foi u yeni H his saul tul tut no le'is than MS tinier H id it not bten toi fiai that it uld kill mutli i I tah u imusui s to r M nt 1 uttackb But u few in nth1- ii ove me 1111 nou bu On i il isioiis li bus I me 1 li id beui t 1 1 1 Sinn an! Juj   an I in N w ni k _, 1x11115 hi1- time t> 1 al in Ivuituckj Ian ts and has made nit MI s of trm li in the a-> ti n pit t ti 'stiit H w i mi iih i ot t Fiji) u nth and I-iftietli lie was t hau in ui ot th lomiinltee tuat i tht si hool HJ pui chases in di-. i u i last w intit uilts Lustou K UK aid is a gi idutite ol tfi H gr Danville Ky m 1 hi hu> il knovMi in iRHspap i political ninl s in Kpntutk} He UUULV of ui xt( iltnt fatnth h is at all timto sto jd I t ;b n thi estimation of K utuiKians und has iivei until this Urn ha 1 an} dilli ulty of a >eis u il nature DICK HAWES HANGED The li ijilt Muidt i i i tin Dtmth I fit lit 3 statement BmMi c H AM Ala M ii ch 1 Dick tVab tt U JO tor thn inuid i ol bis Atfeauitvto cUiUiKu m U t h pot it thw niaht v and at jpaimUj in tht1 morning, but wh u th tune (in tht i cution was calm AXJ! uiltollftUd H vaksdto the il osib n SL  signs of ni jtvjn At 25 aceonipani d b> tin b-i ifl aud advjseis ho went tu Lhe gallons utid mide a statcm-nt thaf hi-, pi iou4 m lit was title He pail hi paid Join lie put his wife and chil li tn at f way because bis w ife rt1- LiBtd 1 JIVH as she had promibt d leaul ot his intended mainage to anotiini Jhc trap foil at U W life was oxttiu t in hu tpen s His both was cut down n tttinU out minutes aud delivciod to relative st w ho will take the lemaiiib to At auta fin iiitermf nt in actoidance witb tin oiiluniud man s i< quest, to be buneil bv of bi-t mothn Great excitomtut )i an d the tiuie of the executi m llio strcHts near the jail were crowded il tba tx h j h t 1 cui 1 I tt r 01 dor had bu n i -.t it d tho biilu 1 If 1 itn i ng in tbinkii n 1 uu-. hissed 1 frankh ui i I un t tli it unkind trtatm nt H 11 uniui tl n aske 1 it the binh wt uld alk tl t- 1 1 tin y to put tiie rebulu tion bttoie th t iiltt IH e to %s hieh the bishop i eplu 1 I ut the action will be platu 1 on the immitf. with un piotest." The i s st unanimously adt j tt d Bishop 1 h i then rttiibtd to vacate the chair, un t touiertm L went into smit session to tonsidti preferred against ministers, tht i mining "Now w examine ibti-. Proposul J'i niiMyHiinlji ImproveaiwntH FHILADM Man h 1 the many uupi t meats the IVunsylvania R til road touipnm c uit oi ith ut ilefeCemhng to tht ground the} will ptoc.eeddiree.tl) to t fen its Hit lattu w nl be reconsti ut tt d or repine with u u 1 ats, will be double- tl i ked I i s in time past the compl ti MI nf a tin iuli li ur line itxid fu in Fhil'i it Iphia to J i M ity hab been p ceediiin, and tli N i t nly a short a in tho nu0hb M h d Lluubeth wht rt there art ft uci li n i l i m the, foui It is said that w u t he u 1 1 i- finished the time between t iinim will not be mote than mutt} minutes whtl tin ftrrj trips will be accelci al 1 b> th iittlou ot new boats Ihe wi.ili I complettd iu two years test ov> I tl will foi tl, wh b uers an J also uiieai thed a targe amount til uroputy neai peiiC'.i ville said to hive leen stolen Iiy th) gang trom the Chicago md Atlantie, the Clover Leaf and the Lin iimaU, Jaeksem and Mackinaw Lt is tsUm tttd that the raihoint companies m.. -.ulf 11 el a loss of at least w 01 th it in at tho hands of the thievts lo'i-s anil a numbei of his pals were sur h} the village marshal and two de e-etives when they attempted to haul awiy jurne ot tho pluudoi which had been t-te-tedin the woods near Spencerville, but ill except Jones took to their heels and made good then escape Jones Is held in Itiaultot bail A Niitol It llettt 8nheme NfcW YoiiK, March 1 Pennsylvania Rulroa i i ompauj has placid at the ths ujsal ol M A M Palme-r of tin Mailison "-ejinri Theatie tnmpany asp eia] treii i Irom New York to and retuin ou Maich 10, which will enable Mr Pulmei to take his "Auiit Jack' companj to the capital, give a matmee perfoimance for the benefit of the Actor's fund, and re turn to Nt vv in tune for the evening performance on thf game day The entire proceeds of tbe matinee perfoimance will thus be realised by the actor s fund, Man- ager J W Albaugh, of the Grand Optra house Washington, having given the use of his theatre for the purpose He Shot at Every One in Sight. MONTREAL, March 1 McNeil, locomotive fireman in the Grand Trunk yards, was shot in the neck by a oleaner named Sugrue The difficulty arose over some orders given by McNeil After filing at McNeil, Sugrue flred four shots at the men around the shops. He also fired upon two policemen, but was finally arrested. The bullet was extracted from McNeil's neck, but he is in a dangerous condition. Oermuna for Compulftory Education. MILWAUKEE, Wis March 1 a largely attended meeting of Geiuians, every Ger Lutheran church and society m the city being represented, it was determined to support only such candidates for alder munic seats as will pledge themselves to op peree the- enfoi cement of the compulsory school law The German Lutherans, as Re publicans, hold more than tbe balance of power in Milwaukee politics. Over the Qenesee Falls. ROOHFSTKK, N Y March G Solo mon, engaged in the leather business at Newark, N J upon his arrival in Rochester saw an unknown man leap from Cential Avenue bridge into the Ctaneooe river The man was short of stature, thick set and wore a long overcoat He was apparently about 40 years of ago The body was quickly car- ried over the falls which are a distance from the bridge molested He chai g d that Ljrd balnbui j iiiel t ther me mbjrb of tlu goveiiiiiient had ciiinmally conspired to defeat justito U'otne.} G i eral Webster charactei ized the i of Mi Labouehere as absui 1 No naiiant issued at the outset, as tne evidence was insuiG nt A warrant had bet n issued latei, on additional eviitnte, butth'iehad boon no communication with Lorti bomerset I1 or this- statement Mi VV ebstei saiel he had direct authority Salisbury Called a Llat Mr Laboutheiu said be declined to be- lieve the statement of either bir R E Webster or Lord Tbe Bpuaker ordered Mr Labouchere to withdraw his imputation of the veracity of the prime minister Labouchere Suspended. Mr Labouchere refused to withdraw his remai k and he was suspended for a week by g vote of 177 to 90 Upon leaving the house Mr fjibouchere said "My conscience will not allow me to say that I believe Lord Salisbury Mr Vk H Smith demanded that the house eleclaie the motion of Mr Labouchere improper and false The motion was then i ejected, IrtS to HO Mr T P O'Connoi stated that he knew the name of the inun Mi 1 nbouchere had mentioned as authoi ity tor bis strictures, and detlaied that it was a guarantee of the; correctness ot Lnbouchort 's statements Mr Smith demaneied that Mr O'Connor give the- name to tin) house, but the latlei declined to do so, as he had learned it in confl Jence An Alleged anaellan Outrage. BOSTON, Mnich 1 special to The Globe, from Gloucester, says Cape Pius McDona d of the tchoonei William D Daisley, from Fortune bay, reports on the morning oi Jan while sick, he anchored m Halifax harflor tor bhelter Capt. Stewart, of the revenue cutt-i Argus, boarded his vessel and compellt d htm under penalty of detention to repoit at the custom bouse and pay all dues At the custom house he- was refuceel cleat ance papers until pilotage fees had bee-i paid, although no pilot had boon employed Lapt McDonald claimed under tho mo lu vivetidi h vv entitled to be at anth twtntv. foui houis before rtporting Is that impurity tlf tho Hood i reduces unslgjitly lumps or swellings In the ne'k, which causes running sorts on tlio amis, legs, or fett, which develops ulcers in tl o eyes, ears, or nose of ttn causing bhndiu ss or deafness, which is the origin of pimples c in cerous growths, or humors, which f ibU n Ing upon the lungs, causes consumption and death. It is tho most ancient of all Jlseast s, and very few persons are entirely frefe from it By taking Hoods Sarsapanlla, which, by the remarkable cures it has accomplished, has provui itself to be a potent iml peculiar medicine for this disease. If j >u suffer from scrofula, try Hood s Sarsapanlli "Every spring my wife and children been troubled with scrofula, my little boyf three years Old, being a terrible suJKfcr. Last spring he was one mass of sores from head to feet. We all took Hood s bimparilla, and all hive been cured of the scrofula My little boy Is entirely free from sorci iml all four of my children bright anil healthy W B ATHEBTON.PaisaicCHj.N J Hood's Karsaparilla Sold by all druggists 51, six f or Prepared only by 6 I IIOOD 4 CO Apcthecaric.1 Lowell, 100 Doses One Dollar THE FIGHTING BISHOP. Rev Eslier an Improper Presiding OI- flrei, but Still In the Cluiir. SHAMOKII Pn March 1 tbe sceorul day s s ssion of the Evangelical coiifeienie after the usual opening devotional Fervitc. Bishop Esher, who was in chair, 10- marked that the provious day hnd be n practically wasted and he hoped that the resolution that had been offered declaring the pi ending bishop an improper person t  you, no mutter who they ore for we nought them for cash, and are ab e to give surprising bargains to you Call and compare our Embroideries with any ethers and compare prices. P 8 hereby give spe- cial mitti'O that all the old Parasols and Umbrellas from 1889, left here for lovcring and repairs, mast be called for within 30 days from this date, or will be sold for charge! January 15tb WALIJS', Opposite IMMKDIATE EFKIUf.Nl' KiiUCATOKS, TS, WOKKRRS. NO BMAl-lERTNG, NO NON-ESSFNTIALS, NO NONSENSE in its COURhi, OF TRAINING. Modern Methods, SnccAsfnl Attention, nwtoij The Shorthand Department Offen the very boat facilities for acquiring skill in Btnogdaphy RM'ID AND KfiSFUL PBOGRFfif dJARANTEED Morning, Afternoon and Kvemng in Shorthand ff, N. J, BBOIN8 MONDAY, SwPT. 2d. Fei addiH THOMAS J 8TEWAKT, PmtroiPAL, Box 527, C-OT .T i- t K 10 and 12 Sonih Qroone TKlMMINUis AND NOTIONS. L r Grandest display of Trimmings, No dons, Goods, Glovot Underwear over before shown in this oity, consisting of almost every thing that goes to raoko up a first clan- store, Bttfh as Zephyrs, Geriiiantowu Floes, Ribbons Jewelry, Chenille Ornaments Fancy Fringe, Fancy Tidies, Buttons, Gimps Collars, Gaffs, TJWVJB, Fmbroideries, Felte, >ace Powders, Perfumes, Oombi Brashes, Nail and Tooth Bruihea HERLES8 DYES Sale. Ihe undersigned, Assignee for the late firm of HOWKER SEAMAN, Will sell the Balance of Stock, On Monday, Ma oh 31, '90, No 128 S. BROAn 8-lliBlri1, At 10 o'clock A. M Consisting partly as follows BED-EOOM SUITES, LOUNGES, UHAIE9, EOCKEBH, MIBBORfl, SHADING AND FIXTUEM, 500 YiBDS INQEAIN, HALL, 8TAIE AHD BAG CAEPKT8, ONE MEDIUM-SIZED ALPINK SAFE (Nearly SK Ac Conditions on day of sale by H. B Wli'HiNCrTON, A 'gnee. All the leading makes of Co, jt including the celebrated 0. P OoiSOt Ferris Waists for Ladles and Hi 
                            

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 145+ 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

10 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:
  • 10 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 145+ 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 145+ 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 145+ 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 145 Million+ Pages and More Added Weekly!

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

Browse by Date

Research Newspaper Articles from 19 Countries
& all 50 U.S. States

Browse by Location

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

Browse by Publication