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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               YOT. VIII. NO. TKKNTON, iHUKttDAY AKTKRNOON. MAKCII 13. 18UO. TWO AS COOL AS A CUCUMBER Reniarkable Composure of Ben- well's Alleged Assassin. FORMALLY HLLI) 1011 HIS I RIAL. Mrs lilrchell Still In The Ac- cused Mnn'g Uravudn ut the Hearing The JHimt Unconcerned Mon In Court. The Trial of Isaac NIAGARA FA us, Out, March 13 J R. Blrcholl was forma UT hold here last night by Magistrate Hill for the assizes at Wood stock in October on the charge o! murdering F C BenwellonFeb 17 last Mrs Birchell was remanded for eight days, and will re- mniTi in the custody of an officer at Baldwin's boarding house m thia village, where she has boon since her arrest, Birchell stepped off the Michigan Central tram handcuffed to an officer and smiled gaily at the waiting crowd. When brought into the court room he ap peared perfectly serene, perfectly uncon- cerned, nouchalnnt as It taking his seat m festive gathering He was well brushed, well combed and bright looking Over Kid Gloves. His indifferent demeanor is a study and a wonder to all who Bee him He smiled around at the reporters and officials nodded to some, looking straight out of hia p ei cmg black eyes without a particle of timidity The hiyidcuffa being removed, he quietly took off kid gloves, crossed his legs tipped back hin chair nnd waited for the proceedings to begin. He Seemed in Oood Spirits About half a dozen witnesses were sworn Most of the evidence was a i esume of th at token at the coroner's inquest. It rame from trainmen who knew Birchell and Benwell on ihat fatal trip to Princeton on the morning of 17 Coming back after poor Benwelt had boon left weltering in his blood in the lonely Blenhe 1m swamp, Bir chell bought from James Duffy, the news- paper agent, cigars, and one of Murk Twain's books, had Duffy sit down and smoke one of the cigars, and offered him a drink out of his pocket flask. Bir oholl Doomed iu Ihe best of spirits Hew evidence was introduced when George Phe- miijter, manager at Niagara Falls of the Great Northwestern Telegraph company, was sworn. Ho produced three telegi ams One was sent from Niagara Falls, Ont, at 7 44 p m Feb 17 It was addressed to Pelley, Stafford house, Buffalo, and read "Arrive Buffalo 9 o clock must remain there to-night" Signed Bastell. Fhemm- tef could not describe the sender He could not say it was Birchell In this telegram it is supposed BirchelPs name was misspelled by the operator A n other theory is that he misspe led know ingly Pelley told the United Press report er that he had never known Birchell to call himself Bastell Pelley was called and swore he did not recognize the hand- writing as that of Birchell. Another tele- giam was from New York, dated March 1, nnd was evidently from Pelley, though it no signature "Benwell not was all it said. Birchell Had Nothing to Say Thar nosed the testimony Magistrate Hill asked Birchell if he bad anything to say He whispered with hia lawyer a mo- ment, then said in a matter of fact way "No, I have nothing to say The next mo- ment he added with some emphasis "At this particular moment." His coolness was astonishing Magistrate Hill then held Birchell for trial The prisoner slipped his kid gloves on his dainty hands, his body- guard slipped the handcuffs over them and led him out through the crowd, the most unconcerned appearing man in all that throng A Sensation In Court. A sensation was created daring the after- noon when it was learned that James A Macdonald, of Toronto, nephew of Sir John Macdonald, and one of the most noted crim- inal lawyers of Canada, was present in behalf of Birchell To a reporter he said be had not yet taken hold of the case, but had been sent for by Birchell, and would in all probability be retained, Sympathy for the Wife lawyer Ives, of London, Out, Isidore F Hellmuth's law partner, conducted the case for the defense Mrs. Birchell, looking pale and weak, was brought into court at 9 O'clock, leaning on the ai ui of Chief Young Mu u to mqu re into the expel i icy of consoli latiug tho various mumupalitits of the state islands Hi New ork haibor Ihe c nimiibdioii is tocousistof Andrew H, Green J 8 T btianabun Jriderick W Devoe, Calvoit aax Joan L Hamilton Johi F id state engineer, and ono person to bt) designated by tach of th following The um> or of New York thy mayor of Brooklyn and the boards of supervisors of "ttefctxhester, Queens, Kings and Rich moaid counties They are to MM ve without compensation, and their espouses are not to exceed 000, shull be ajpiopnuted bv the New York city board of estimate and apportionmeut The commission is to report to the legisla ture such a bill us they ina> deem necessary to carry out the plan outlined above Tho following bills have boon signed by the gov ruor Authorizing the bs.ns.ca Eiec trie railroad to opeiatu any portion of its luu by electricity instead of steam Amend the code of il procedure so as to pro vide foi the review of the committment of children on appeal The assembly has passed the supply bill The bill as reported appro- priated 000 000 was added iunk a total of 1U1 >00 Last year s bill went to the govu nor aj propriatmg Leach s ly I-oand CHICAGO March 13 Tlw body of Roland Leach the missing New York traveling sales- man, has been found underneath a scow in the rivei at the foot of Market street by the officei s who were dragging tbe river Tbe face was discolored und tbero was a black and blue spot beneath His gold ring wasou h sflngu In thopockelh were found a chtck for loom b2 Pamici house, his gold watch and chain, a pocketbook in winch rt as a 1 000-mile ticket, a mutch safe, a bunch of smill tags and a certifleat of accident m buruuce Ihe body was in good condition, aud identified by James Casey tbe tug man,  ch infet Mi Zucker came to Chicago to IUOK for his miss ng Ihe Ohiu Ballot Box Scandal V> March 13 ballot box mvebtig ition committee which has not been m session foi several weeks will meet on Sat uiduy next whtn Col Sands, of Cincinnati will give testimony Col bands is expect- ed to t .stify that he heard that Goieruoj CampbdlJ, while a repres utative in con had called on President Cleveland ind requtsttd him to oave the Democratic leis buspeud dioeussiun on tho tariff bill 11 crdtr to allow Mi Campf ell to have his billjtbox bill pushed 51r K.urU the pri vaie secretary to Goverboi Foraker, testi IN SENA IE AND HOUSE. Shall Miss Liberty Have Com- pany or Not? that Col Bands had ussuied him that Mr t ami bell had done tils Reprcseiita Live Muson the ch u m in of the committee xpects to close the cose when Col bauds has testifi d. Columbus' Fire CoLUMBcs 0 March H U o clock last night fire btai ted m the four story brick bui ding Nos 31 to 41 bpnng street occu pled by the Columbus Wire works thf? Dntj Uveiall mauuiac ory and Leo Htraugle's ugai factory The second and third floors were occupied by tenants au 1 the ground flooi bj the Famous lanndiy and A leach out Co manufacture rs of doors sash and fumy noodwork and the btallman btair liuik factory The whole building was ruiued lotal loss insurance not known Trying the lushing NEWPORT R. I March 13 torpedo boat wag out in the bay for her first trial under suoervision of the board of naval oflicers. On the way down to the trial she met wilh a slight accident to her machinery aud put back to Bristol After repaus, she st irted down again and went tic nine course times On the fourth round the machinery again broke down It is not known here what speed was developed A BoHtun Mansion Bobbed BOSTON, March 13 TUP residence of the late John Stewart, No 12 Chestei square Secretary Action Be Iu for the Bounnt of Congresi Mr Call it Interpolations Excluded from The Kecord WiSHir.GTOt. March 13 concurrent resolution for the investigation of immigra- tion matters was laid before the senate with the two house amendments extending the investigation to the purchane of Amer- ican industries by foreign capital and to the use of Bedloe s Island m New York har- bor as an immigration depot Mr Ed- munds said he had received a letter from the secretary of the treasury on the subject of Bedloe's Island The letter was read by the clerk It stated that the removal of the immigration station from Castle Garden was essential to the good administration of immigration laws that Bedloe's Island was the best obtainable place for a new depot and that the secretary would not construe the proposed amendment as an ex- pression of con0ress that there should be any interruption of the preparations tor the change McPlierHon Against the Site Mr C handler moved a non-concurrence i n the house amendments and that a conference be asked Mr McPherson opposed the motion and charactei iz d the proposed establish- ment of on immigration station on Bedloe s Island as an unwarrantable proceeding He said that Vheu the statue of liberty was erected there it was on the pledge either ex- pressed or implied that Bedloe s Island would nevei be used for any purpose of a commercial character He suggested that Ellis Island might be taken as an immigrant station The Com in rent Kesolutlon Passed Mr Evarts said that it was not necessary for him to say that remonstrances he could rnnkt) on the subject he had made He suggested to Mi Chandler that the easiest way to hiive the question disposed of would be to concur in tbe house amendments and to have the matter promptly inquired into Mr Chandler withdiow the motion and moved a concurrence in the house amend ments. The motion was agreed to and so the concurrent resolution has passed both houses Call's Interpolations Excluded The resolution to exclude from The Rec- ord the interpolations made by Mr Call in tbe report of the discussion with Mr Chand ler was agreed to yeas,   t I s 1 it I I t I I 11 ll i K i n 1 in t e n f t 1 i st M ut th J ir 1 ll fun il ll is m i i ink ut Itt n 1 it I i i0 ro ma it I) i iU 1 as pull ation of the resolution reported on the 10th ofFebruaiy declaring that it is competent for the senate to elect a president pro tem- pore, who shall hold the office during the pleasure of thfesennte, and until another is elected, and shall execute the duties thereof when the vice president is absent Mr George made an argument against the re solution on constitutional grounds, holding up the invariable precedent of the senate in support of his ho Raid, was to be set aside for a matter of convenience Closing Speeches on the Blair Bill. The education bill then came up, and Mr Plumb called on Mr Blair for an indica tion of the time when a vote on the bill could be taken Mr Blair said that a vote could probably be reached on Thursday or Friday of next week. After some discussion Thursday, March 20, was fixed upon, general debate to close at i o'clock on that day, Mr Blair to have the floor for not more than one hour following, and debate to continue then under the five minute rule until a vote is taken Mr Plumb, however, gave notice that he would move Monday to take up some other measure and to set aside the Blair bill Mr Plumb moved an amendment to rule i, to provide that all votes taken in secret session, whether yea and nay votes or other wise, snail be made public at the close of the sctflinn at which they were cast The mo- tion was referred to the committee on rules Connideration of th9 resolution in regard mwdona ao unwwsi fo tfa re8ident pro was re8iimed unoccuiied for some tune, was broken mto- -ftnd Mr Turpiemovedan amendment: whlct by three young men and thoroughly ran sacked. Silverware, costly pictures and furniture were packed up and carried off The men were aoen in the house by d police officer, buteseap d through his stupidity It is thought that the loss will be several Collars, A Merlden Company AKNigiiR MEKIDEN, Conn March 13 Beecher Manufacturing company at a stockholders' meeting, has assigned to ex Mayor Doolittle, a very cai ef ul business man, f or the benefit of its creditors A meeting tn confirm him in the probate court will be held March 17 The creditors are pleased with the nomina- tion, and suggested that the trustees confer with Mr Pratt concerning the luture Will PI Unbare and Cleveland Consolidate? CT ITVEI.AND, O March J Palmer O'Neill, one of the directors of tbe Plttsburg League Baseball club, is here It is rumored that 0 H'.-ill has come here for the purpooe of trying to effect a consolidation of the Cleveland and Fittsburg If the scheme is carried out the players under con- tract with Pittsburg will all come to Cleve- land c Cnttcrs Defy Contractors. BOSTON, March The Freestone Con- tractors' asaociation have notified the cut- ters that unless they accept the proposal for arbitration by March 17 the contractors will ignoi e the Cutters' union and employ new workmen The cutters, after receiv- ing the notice, voted to adhere to thnir present position Smith Shot Himself Dead. BROOKIYH, March Iguatz Smith, a grocer of 714 Third avenue, while drunk, attempted to shoot his wife The woman grappled with him, and succeeded in defend- ing herself until a policeman was summoned. On acting the officer approaching Smith re- his wife and shot blmnelf dead. A Brailllan Decree Attacked. Rio BE JANEIRO March IS The decree establishing throe banks in the northern provinces is attacked by the opposition press They eoutoud that the enforcement of the decree is likely to cause serious con- fusion Brooklyn Chicago ST ACOUSTINF Fla., March The day's bill imsr suited as follows' Chi- cago 1 liiooklyn S Chicago, 3' Brooklyn 2 Liuer, Teny Hi fl s 11 yi r d Htahlmgs Base UiK Un i ri Liu il lyii 7 T5 Jtnllni of Rurll f-in t Imrt n ofnfnnT of ninpoiln wh'ch hf tr to 1 vf 17 harsh and dry And to fnll BO frcnly Bbeicaroolydarel comb it Avar's Hair Viftor was accepted by Mr Evarte, making it read that the president pro tempore shall hold of (Jce during all future absences of the vice president" The resolution was then agreed to without a division Senator George and tbe Blair Bill. Mr George then spoke in support of the educational bill He regarded the measure as a generous offer made by the northern states td the southern states He would not ask alniR for the people of Mircissippi, but he should not go into the spurning business the senator from West Virginia (Mr Faulkner) had done weeba ago when he got on his high horse and proponed to spurn bribes and all that sort of thing There was no bribe in it But he did not feel that he had a right, when he looked at the condition of a large portion of the black people of Mis- lienippi, to reject the offer made. While he did not share in the idea that the colored people of the south would be elevated by education, he was willing to have the oppor- tunity extended to them Mr. Ardent Support. Mr Hum, speaking 111 support of the bill, that the measure was dearer to his heart than anything else propodod or oii-mod before the American people If he could be assured that the bill would be- come a lair and that tbe gieat consequences would result from it which he upected to result, he would be willing to go oat of public life to morrow and never to be ngain heard cf among his countrymen. Tbe senate committee on naval affairs has ordered a favorable report on the bill authorizing the president to appoint Rich ard H Jackson an enulgn in the for conspicuous gallantry In the Samoan His. aster In the Hoqie WASHINGTON, March tbe house the Oklahoma bill came up and a long rfis iiKRlon followed over the proposed amend ments prohibiting the sale of intoxicating liquors in the territoiy and a high license amendment, but finally HQ amendment prohibiting the introduction of intoxicating liquors into tho territory until after tho ad- journment OT fcue first session of tho teui torial legislature was adopted by a vote of 70 to 47 On motion of Mr Hoimau (Ind an amendment was adopted providing that none of the lands embraced In tbe territory shall inure to the use or benefit of railroad corporations except the right of way here- tofoie granted Final vote on tbe bill will be taken tills afternoon Albion W Tourgs e, author of A Fool's Krrand otc addressed tho house commit tea on o luration today on tho nooiis of e Iu cation for tho coloi cd pnoplo of the south Mr. Iluttciworth on fomnonnrt lunl Bntrorworth {0) find Polsoni Finch ai opium morphine, etc, oncht to bo avoided Hire's Congh Cure Is entirely tree ftom drngi and 91 centi HRllhlffton HrflltilG The follow inj, uati iml I anks It n nutlmnzed to umneint} 1 Ihe Hopenell National bunk at Hiienell J, cai ital tl National Bu k f Clayiville at Fa capital till 000 The lolloping appl e it tus for auth i toorgrum nntiiiulls J lien fll l with the comptrul lei o( the cnrrenc} 11 Valley Nitional Hiinl it Chambers! tit Chambers! urg ra ly John K Oir f Chiunbarbburg la an 1 bis associates th Arlington N itlotial B ink of Lnwipiict it Lawrence M bj William 8 Ivn x of Massat husotts and 1 is associates H Bieui hns b in appointed r atJairvllle e intj N Y Ibe presi lout 1m ippointed John H Weber, of Bulfilt N 'i hupniintt.nl nt of n at N Yolk an 1 1 James O OBtlin I Ne ork, i sst tin t sup lint nleut I il the matter has n t been finally dtci 1 1 i i tliat the sal n y of th 11 t i 1 nt will be flx tine was pro- cured by fraud Thoaupi w re mairied under absumed names at uml tain by Rov F C Griffith, while J rlick was u student at the Lutbeian Iheolf gual seni mary here Jordick never acknowledged the marriage and made nu op[ sition to the divorce The coujle lived together at, man and wife Bought by the C H anr] Q BOSTOJ., March Lee have bought a majority of the st ck of the Chicago, Burlington and Northern railroad at per shnre in tho interest of the Chi cago, Burlington and Qumry railroad and are ready to buy all tho outstanding stock at the same price The Ntithern will be made a part of the Chicago Burlington and Quincy system, and rate tutting will The transaction caused a general advance of stocks Treated Him In DUBLIN March 13 boy named Rankin has just died from hydrophobia at Colerame, county Londonderry He had boou under treatment by M ll Pasteur Ten Tears tor a Train Wrrckpr. FAHMINOTOV March 13 Judg" Emeiy has seiUtuct 1 Oakts the would bo train wrecl IT to Vn y ms in state prison I mill W DVII th I It Hit Jui) i ti i i' uiicl tli I M 11 Oil] H 1 I 1 I ii tlu hiu I I i Hid st tn I-H) KmuUil w i a ti n of tl Mr luull l t iluLk fl Tin Kii tn bt irt rs lurriHt M Hunt Kiut titl H tuuilltlon T N I 11 1 lit StuUmOMl that I hull I i 1 xl hel 1 forth killnij, of i 11 s ill 1 ulh e m n n iiititil si t I I 1 nn 1 mini la 0111 phatunllt d i 1 11 I s rtd a nt d nl fl n n i anxl ty sinto laulb leath but at uo tun hai hii 11 lltiou been ut all sti Thti lltj Uonoitor I Itietled I ND N I mil Mn h tt I b I i 1 th N Ii 1m itparaor City of i t histlninif In RtttiiiK h r ft Hnrtl tt Ktef sii weeks ag ft nllsun lorstan ling hlivlug arisen ro gaidlugthf. ngieein HI nia I Dr tiiKlinin Indtr Arreit BOSTON Lharlis J Eaut- man has, bton ai rustu 1 on it (.bulge of criin inal malpiacti 13 on 1 u y Mtln is who diedlnlhat tstuwn n Sunday Dr East- mall is al out 4r> je u 3 of age and is said to have a goud practice A 845 000 I Ire CIAITON 0 March 1 of the prin upnlfatui s nn 1 tw of th lualn ImlK of thlf tuunwtiud strojtitl by ill t 1 lie onginof th i unkiionn 1 ote f IHJO innur auc-t UU I fur llaltlmnre AI IIS Aid Wur ll 1 i The high hulls I ill foi Hiltimun city has j 1 tut s njt It ills tho h ense at IMKJ f i h s an It iw f r m ill iqu jrs ooo File in >mvark N J Match 1 Broth irs st 1 n rksanl DIMS Douglass to 1 n i LH utrej burutd last night Loss abuut 0 Ptwcnts n vhc in l form THE I AXATIVE AMD NUTRITIOUS JUIOE OF Tl Z FIGS OF CALIFORNIA, Combined with the medicinal virtues of plants known to be mos.t beneficial to the human system forming an agreeable and effective laxative to peuna nently cuie Habitml Consti- pation, and the man> ills de- pending on i weaL or inactive condition of the KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS. It is tt most excellent remedy known to "LEANSE THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY Vr hen one is f ho s or Constipated S THAI PURE BLOODt REFRESHING SLEEP, HEALTH and STRENGTH NATURALLY FOLLOW Every one is using it and all are delighted with it ASK YOUR DRUOQ19T FOR MANUFACTURED ONLY BY CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP BAH FHAHCI3CO CAL, KV NFVI VORK N blood causes by bad cave a huUhy lotlp, and made the hair until the Whole b ppi-, _ A __ __ 4i_ llmK Bl.JIbH Hi A Is that Impurity of tho blood which produce! nnrightly lumps or swellings In the neck, which causes running sores on the anus, legs, or feet, which develops ulcers In the eyes, ears, or nose, often causing blindness or which Is the origin of piddles, can- eerousgiiMths, or which, fasten- ing upon the inngg, causes consumption and death It U the most ancient of all Hlneases, very few persons are entirely Iruni It By taking Hood 9 SarsaparlHn, which, by remarkable cures It has tccompUshed, proven Itsell to be a potent and peculiar medicine far this disease. It you suffer from Mrbfala, try Hood's Sarsapirilin "Every spring my wife and children have troubled with scrofula, my little boy, three fears old, being a terrible sufferer. T ut spring he wii one mass of sores from head to feet We all took Hood s Sareaparnia, and all have been cured of tho scrofula. My little boy Ii entirely free from sores, and all four of my children look bright ind W B ATHrBTON.PaMaloCity, Hood's tfarsaparilla SoldbynlldrugHliits fl PropMedonly br 6 I HOOD A GO, Apothoculen, Lowell, Hut. 100 Dosea One Dollar JtST ABBlvrn AT I I I A Onnd AiBorluient of Novelties in IIAMHUltGS, KMBROIDERIES Among whinn are entirely new do- ilgug never Been before, which we have jnst received throngK several of the largest importing hotueo in New Tork. We guarantee that no finer nor bet- ter-made Embroideries are In the market, aud, alt, we are enabled to sell those beautiful new H'mbnrgi at positively luner than any New Tork la able to offer to yon, no matter nho thny are, for we bought them for and are able to give surprising bargalna to yon. Call compare onr Fmbroideiles with any ethers and compare P 8. Notice We hereby give dial notice that the old Parasols Umbrellas' fruui 1889, left hete for covering and repaln, mnst be nailed for within 80 days from this date, or will be sold for charged. Jannaij 15th, WAUJS, Opposite Oltjr II-" J. B. HOBEN8AGK, PHIIADICI.PHIA, PA. The Ivilng In Tcrathfnl Imp, denoe. Tonng men for nt Ull U P, V, ftvm P. H. nnffl I P. M. Oil WLLIMANTIC SPOOL For Safe by alt SIX-CORD COTTOH. Leading Dealers. 34 Union Square, New York City, Aug. 1889. After a of ts at cur 77; alelhfart factory, extending aver a pent d of st ft nth In e d il I to the U TIC SIX CORD SPOOL COTTON, beUntm, it t> If the I thr 11 n n m the market, and strongly recommtnd it to ii la nt pur h u n an in of the Singer Machines. THL A' JflVUS iCTURING COMPANY Sr DEIH3Y IN TBE (JI1V, DOLING, JF4.1 Youmane' Oeleb-ated Spring Styles now on Sale 11 ATT EH, 15 ffoitt State STMWAHT HAMMOND UIJGINKSQ Equips YOUNG LADIK3 and GENn.FMKrt fir IMMMHAJE SFRVIUJ6. in COOK 1 ING-BOOM AKK rCIJUCATOKS, SfKCIAMSTS, NO SMATlt-EING, NO NON-ESSErUi ALS, NO NONHF-NBE OF TRAINING Modtm Method Buec fnl Ttudnng, Attention factory ProgrMfl. The Shorthand Department Offers the very facilities for acqniring m Og.Kihj. RAfin CCESBrUL PBOGRES? Momiiur, 01- ill Shorthand., BEGINS 3d. addrk. J tflKWART, PBIHUU-AT, Box Bitt.TkifliOH, N. J. 1C 13 Hon'h LOOK OUT 1-OR BARGAINS We have purchased the store North of us and intend to build on the two lots flic lincsl Olore in ironlon! must rid of oar ttock to do thin, RliADY-MADIi CLOTHING! 1 W' w "N 5 'N c 1 c 1 c ic i i if I :MuttCIIANr lAU OHINU TO NORlII GRKbNE SlRKEf. THIS MAN Boogkt AMERICAN fiHi us. AND TAiLOKTNO wonUI how 4V: V Mlt Bovt wild X N I (O BE8I UILOR-MADI: rLOFHING Atmnchl r uu, HTTITH, 'H I'lr.n I Ud TO for H I, 8nlli OiBneU. K htn. IK I I dl I to N Ht.SV.   

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