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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VOT- VI IT. TKKN'rON. MONDAY AHTKKNOON. MAKG'II FRAUD AND FORCE USED Mrs. Innes Says She Was Forced to Wed. HER ENTREATIES UNHEEDED. Tne BeiDnrkable Story Told by of geten Who Aika for a Dl- voroo -She Feared for Her Clothing Taken Away. PATEKSON, N J March 24 Abbie Innes, who was married to William Lord Innes at thin city, Peb 5, by Rev E. E. Vantine, and who returned to her pa- rents seven days later, has brought suit in the supreme court for the annulment of the marriage She Is W years old and is the daughter of John Josselln, of Lew Beach, Sullivan couuty, N Y. Miss Josselin at- tended tho Patersou high school until the close of the term last year, practically making her home with her sister, Mrs. Rob- ert Patterson, who is the wife of a Faterson florist Before she was graduated Miss Jos- selin formed the acquaintance of young Innes, who was her recognized suitor when, late in 18b8, a young carriage painter named W" VV. Ward cnme upon the sceno They Were Married. From that timo up to Feb 4 last there wai an Interesting and often exciting contest for the young woman's affections The was reached iob 4 when, it u said, Innei demanded that she choose between them and accepted him and they were married next Fraud and Force Uied. Mrs. Tnnes' cornplaiutcharges her husband and the of his family with extraor- dinary methods of fraud and force in in- ducing her to man y him She states that her consent to marriage with lunes was ob- tained by force and fraud and that Tnnes, aided by members of his family, deprived her of her liberty, and that they falsely rep- resented to her that unless she married him her life waa in danger and that legal pro- ceedings would be instituted against her father, which would result in the complete financial ruin and riiogi-aoe of the latter The Bride a Prisoner. The complaint goes on to state that the marriage ceremony wag performed at 10 30 o'clock in the evening at the home of the Innes family, where she was teknn against her will and detained, and that she wai wholly unable to resist the Influences brought to bear upon her or to escape from the house, or in any manner to prevent the marriage, which was against her will The complaint charges that Immediately after the perform ance of the marriage ceiiuiony she attempt- ed to escape from Innes, and that on the seventh day after the marriage she effected bar escape and returned to her father1! house. Young Mrs Innes, when seen yesterday by a reporter, denied that she accompanied Innes from her home to Faterson, but said that "he went to Fatersou to visit her muter. She Feared for Her Life. "I was she said, "by Mr. Tnnes' sister to accompany her home one night After I got to the bouse they began telling me a desperate character Mr. Ward nnd that he was going about telling people that be would shoot me on sight. They said that Ward had brought suit agamut me for broach of promise, and that under the laws of New Jersey my father') property could be token to satisfy the judg- ment if the went against me 1 wai forced into the marriage under a mifmppre- hennion and believed that Ward was really socking my life and my father's rum I begged and entreated of Mr. Innes te have the ceremony put off until I could sen my parents, but my entreaties were unheeded Her Clothing Taken Away. told me that to save my life and my father's property the ceremony should be perfoiuied at once They had also told me that frieuds of mine were kept away from me by the despeiate threats made by Mr. Ward Thoroughly frightened I fin. ally consented to the ceremony After the cerouiony my clothes were taken frour me and I was closely watched and not allowed to leave the house The neit night I tried to escape by climbing the back fence, but was discovered by Mr Innes and dragged back. A few days later I succeeded in hav- ing a letter mailed to my mother at Lew Beach, and she came and took me home. I not soen Mr. Ward since this unfort- unate occurrence." THE SKiFE CAPSIZED. Four Persons Drowned In the Ohio River. CIHCINNATI, March 24 river at point at midnight marked 65 feet 8 luvbm From all points above reports have received that the Ohio was still rising, and it is-expected that sixty feet or more will come down upon this city. This will drive the'water back npon Second street Mer- chants in the lower part of the cily are al- ready preparing for the emergency by re- moving their goods from cellars and plac- ing them on the iper floors. The signal service report from Washington to the ef- fect that another rain is expected will have a discouraging effect. _ A drowning accident occurred Bnnrlay afternoon on the Kentucky side of the river by the upsetting of a skiff. Four people lost thPlr lives Their names are William Kenney, Petpr MrGuinncss, Peter McCar- thy and John Burk The latter was only 9 years of age Their skiff was caught in the current and capsized. With Pistol and laudanum. March dead body of Benjamin K Sanders was fonnd at Canton with a bullet hole In head. A pistol wus gasped in his right hand and two empty bottles labeled "laudanum" were found to tho which led to the conclusion that the man was fully determined to die and used two means to accomplish hla purpcie. The suicide was a son of James A Sanders, a prosperous farmer >nd oyster mja raiding at Madison, Dorchester couuty. Sanders was 25 years of age and wan to have bun married next week to a Miss Mills, of hli native place Fatal Affray In a Chinese Laundry. DuBuquE, In March 24 Bam Loo, pro- prietor of a Seventh street Chinese lann- di y, was shot last evening by another China- man employed at the laundry named Frank Foot The latter claimed Loo owed him ensued. After the ihjkAIag Prank Fook shot himxlf through abdiynen. Both men are fatally wounded. Mahnne and the French MlMlon. BALTWOBK, March 24-The American's dlspitch from Petersburg, Va says- Ex- Senator William wns Interviewed relative to thi> report that he wns going to be consul general at Pans Ho ho had vaid notliinj i bout it Ho Imd linen offered nniB timiiivo, lint declined it. The hlnirfom Is the only source f om Which (ho Ingredients of Hire's donah Cnro a e obtained, hence no fesr of harming themnt del- IN SENATE AND HOUSE Business Ihat Occupy Congress' Attention Thin Week WASHiriUTON, March -M proceed ings of the house during the coming neek will be enlivened by the discussion on the Chicago World's fair bill ou Tuesday There will be borne opposition to the meas- ure, but the Impression among members IB that the bill will be passed without sub- stantial chauge Measures concerning the District of Columbia occupied the house to day Among the bills that came up for passage was one to establish a Columbus memorial park on Rock Creek near this city The bill to admit Wyoming to state hood 18 being discussed Other measures of lesser interest will occup) tho bouse dur- ing the rest of the week The senate will dispose of the Sherman anti-trust meahure bonii tune dui ing tht week, but the many offered tc it may be debated until quite a lato day hen it is out of the way the undei alua tions bill will be taken up and passed There was no to it from the Demociats in the finance committeo and none Is expected in the senate Ihtre may be some debate over the amendments offered by the senate committee, but tb will not consume ninth time the mom n of Mr Ing ills to tabie the motion of Mr Bun to recou-idei the vote by which the Semite refused to ass the educati jnal b 11 to a thud rendirg will come up lor notion and it will hktly bo Hgrecd to In anticipation of tni'action Mi Blair his onToii-d his bil in a new torin, and Miy likely he will re poi t it to the senate favorably again b fort the end of the we k It mil have to taU Its chjliCrt uii the mil n lai and I hi probability is that it n dead for this scssioi at least The Dolph committee investit; the secret leakages is.al out i (ady to pre sent a supplementary rcpoi t "U hat action will be taken upon it is problematical The sanate may take up this inattel in theseciel session or it mny take up the Florida nnml nations during the week Jvo day bns bjeu fixed for either The report of the elections committee in the Montana contest is ready and pre- sented to the senate todaj and the case u ill be called up for argument and action earh m the week The committee on agriculture have re polled to the senate the Mandei sou bills, one to grant a bounty on bee sugar and, the other providing for the pur chase of beet seed abroad and exempting beet sugai machmeiy from import duty Among the bills leported to the smat favorably were the foi owing the secretary of the treasury to appomt an agent at a day to investigate the coud tion of the seal Alaska, appro- priating for a-Tmiblic building at Ashland, Wis increasmgMihe appropriation for a building at bcrauton, Pa to The house committee on the library has authorized a favorable report on the senatt resolution appropriating for thi erection of a bronze statue of Christophei Columbus at the western entrance of the Capitol giounds, and foi the removal of tin naval monument now occupying this site tc a square in the northwest section of the city Ihe house resolution appiopnating f to inclose and beautify the monument ground of Moore's Creek, in North Caro Una, also received a favorable report The following senate bills were also favorably reported Appropriating for the erection of a bronze statue of Spencer F Baird, late secretaiy of the Smithsonian in stitutiou, upon the grounds in front of the National museum m this city, appropriat- ing for the erection of a monument in Washington to James Madison, appro- priating to be expended by the Trenton Battle Monument association In erecting and completing the erection of a monument on the battle field of Treu ton, N. J THE GRIM DESTROYER. Gen. Robert C. Schanok Dies of Pnen mania at Washington. WASHINGTON, March Gen Kobert C Sohenck died at his home at 5 45 last even ing of pneumonia after an illness of but five days (Jen Schenck was in the 81st year oi his age, and his career as soldier, congress- man and diplomat was a remarkably busy one. He was born m Franklin, O on Dot 4, 1809. He was first elected to congress in 1843 and served four terms, and until 1851, when he was sent by Pi esident Fillmore as minister to Brazil When the civil war broke out be promptly offered his services and was one of the first brigadier generals appointed by President Lincoln, commis- sion bearing the date of May 17, 1861 He served with distinction as brigadier and division commander until December, 1663, when he resigned to again take his seat in -tho f rcprocentativoo. Gen Schenck was re-elected twice and during his last four terms m congress filled a number of important positions in the house and rendered distinguished service! as chairman of the committee on military affairs and of the ways and means commit- tee In December, 1870, he was appointed minister to Englcnd by President Grant Rescuing his post as minister m 1875, Gen Schenck relumed to Washington, where he has since resided Blichell'i Lite In Jail. WOODSTOCK, Ont, March continues to enjoy life m the jail and eats three good square meals a day Sunday he Deceived a box of cigars from fleld, of tho International hotel, Niagara Falls, where Birchell usually stopped, and Mrs. Birchell and Mrs. Barapfleld weiefast friends. Birchell also received a book en titled "The Way to by D L Moody The address was written in a woman's hand and on the fly leaf was the inscription "From One Who Lovra Hmnoro A i-c Sure It yon hire made up your ralnd to buy Hood's ganaparliia do not be Induced to take A Boston lady, whose erample Is Troilhy Imitation, tells ber experience below: In one store where I went to buy Hood's tbe clerk tried to induce me buy Hood's; hetoldmethelr's would '-rt longer; that I might take It on ten 10 Oct days' trial; that If I did not It I need not pay inythlng, etc. But he could not prevail on me to change, i told him I had taken Hood's Saniporllla, knew what It tits, was sifisfied with It, did not wwt other. wneu I tteein t-AUg jiood's f-iaparllU I was feeling mlierable with so weak that at times I could hardly llood'u stand. 1 looked like a person In consnmp- tlon. Hood's Sarsaparllla did me so much good that I wonder at luyaelf sonwtlmes, and my friends frequently speak of It." MRS. A. OOFf, 81 Terrace Street, Boston. SoMbyalUraitBlsU fl.ilzforfS Prepared only br 0. 1. HOOD CO., ApothenaHit, 100 Doies One Dollar guard has been appointed who will Bleep in the con idol mtiuut of BlrchelTs cell and keep coustant watch over him Birohell his wife and her father to visit him today Milkmen Under Arrest. KINGSTON N Y March atafe milk inspectors have caused the arrest with- in the past few days of a number of milk- men in villages and cities along the Hudsoi on the charge of adulterating milk. Finn of were paid in each case Two such an ests were made at Poughkeepsle Satur- day and thrte here Sunday Iwo Kallioad Men Killed. BIRMINUHAS, Ala March 24 freight train ou the Georgia Pacific road wenl througJiA forty foot trestle at Horse Creek. CoucTuctor Mitchell and a colored brake- man were so badly injured that they died. Several other trainmen were slightly hurt. Convicted After Thirty Yeari. SALT LAKE Utah, March John Han cock, on trial for the so called "Churab murders" thirty years ago at Provo, hai been found RUii'y of murder in the second degree foi killing Mrs Joues and her son Sninllpnx at New Tork. ORK March J4 steamer Ben- guela, from tayal, with 200 passengers, hai a case of smallpox aboard. She was de- tained at Quarantine for fumigation. Indians on the War Path. ENSENADA, Lower Cal March Cocopali Indians are on the war path on thi othen side ul the peninsula. Keports are conflicting, but it M believed they are mur iermg Mexican settlers and fighting among ihemselves Governor Topel has sent a ,arge detachment of ti oops over the moun ains to the scene of the disturbance. Presents in the most elegant form THE LAXATIVE AND NUTRITIOUS JUIOE FIGS OF CALIFORNIA, Combined with the medicinal virtues of plants known to be most beneficial to the human system, foinung an agitcable and effective laxative to peima- nently cure Habitual Consti- pation, and the many ills de pending on a weak or inactive condition of the KIDNEYS, LIVER UNO BOWELS. It is ti... most excellent remedy known to UMNSE THE SYSTEM EftECTUAiif When Bilious or Constipated SO PURE BLOOD, REFKECHINO SLEEP, and filHOTH NATURAi i Y FOM nw Every one is using It and all aie delighted with it. ASK YOUR DRUQOIST FOR 4. MANUFAutURED ONLY BY CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAH FRANCISCO, CAL. F. KY HfW YORK, N. 1. ARK ARRIVING AT WAI .MS' ANCY STRK Ever; day, among which an new rtylw of Fine Hosiery and light Under- wear. Onr Holier; is gbsolntely ftje of poisonous dye stuffs, which ia (Ian. geronn to the wearer of inferior of Hosiery. we warrant onr goods to give positive satisfaction, both in qnalitj and price. We have received a complete line of Infante' at fine Cloalrn, Hcbel and Drones. Everything for infante' wear. Cortwts and Kid OloTes onr in the very best Bring yonr fine Parssole and Silk Um- brelloa for ooveriiigf before begins, to have them all ready in time. Goto W OPPOBUB Wl'lT J. B. PA. The 1-iHng in denn. Ypang men --t luf IftAtatt tVtk. 01 I )K. BDWtN FISCHER, '''1 erly Demonstrator of Operative at Penna. Oollen of D Philadelphia. Belt equipped Office In the State. Crtmu and Wdge Work. Artificial jTeath on ALUMINUM ntirt gnm, Bridge work on Alnmlnnm at rcclnced prlo" Without and the on of chlorofonii, etc Removed to ate BTAitB 8IHMIVA1, Ooor to IJbiwy WILUMANTIC SPOOL For Sale by alt 1 1890. SIX-CORD COTTON. Leading Dealers. 34 Union Square, New York City, Aug. 3ist, 1889. After asen'ef tests at our Elizabethpvrt factory, cttenJing a penod of several months, we have decidtd to me the WILLIMANTIC SIX-CORD SPOOL COTTON, believing it to be the best thread now in the market, and strongly recommend it to all ents, purchasers and u ft s of the r Mm. hints THE SINGER MANUFA CTURING COMPANY. MOST APPEilZING-EASILY DIGESTED. The VAN HOUTENS process renders their cocoa easy of digestion and develops in the highest degree its delicious aroma It is an excellent flesh-former, Jifty per cent, greater than the best of other cocoas VAN COCOA "BEST GOES FARTHEST." 4 VAN HOUTENS OOCOA onc.tn.d md pnr. .olnbl. Invented, nmde In Holland, and I. to-day sad more loluble than any ofthe nura.rou. Imitation.. In fwt. it It nen.r.ll, .dmtt- tedill tegt will .ull, pmilth.t Oooo. .qu.I.thl, Inventor'. nntntivn qailltlli B.l, m tn. world AlkforViVHOUlINSiNDTAKENO OTHIR. 53 TKIMMINUS AND NOTIONS. of Trlmmlnga, No- ti.rin, JViuj Goods, Hooiery. ever before nhowu in thin city, oomrtating of almost every- thing that goes to np i Itnit, nnh u Oennantown Wool. Floss, Rlbbonn, Jentl-ji Onmmentfl, Fancy Fringe, Fane? Tidiea, Buttonn, Qlmps, Onfft, Tjices, Pmbroideries, Felti, Powdura, Boe.pt, Oni.ita, Bmaliee, Tooth l All the leading makea of Comet including the celebrated 0. P. Corset Feirla WnlstS for' and All the most desirable mnlrM of Underwear for and ChtldreTi Oanielg' Hnlr, Medicated Sfarlet Natural Wool and Merino Goods that will be satisfactory to all. S. TJCK, 12x aud 125 N, Greene Street Vptttal H. w, nit State Street, Trenton, H. J. I H. BACK KM, w, A RTUHBI Buii.nme, oornor fitftte and rVurren Btreetn rilHH AI. 96 NOB'IU WARRUH J. Ul-IJBOBOVM H, AW f a Srurt Ooi 98 W Btlte Btroot, N. J, The old DB. BOARHMAN u not dead! if the only Doctor of that name that lived In Trtiitos, OjfJTlln 10 FBOai' SiBn-x. JJ. Fine Koot Sboe UUDIOM WORK A Br-SOIAI.n. of AH Kindi to the Bert Mannai 189 Broad 8UCJL, Trenton. w AMftllla OHQOK, V MAT.-. PtERLFIf F. APFEOATB, Comer state and wai.en A M' (FOral ana Elchey HOUM p M TRBSTON. R. J. Hye B. Oeutxe Dt.uti., JOHN Mineral Waters. .utt 09 (Foiiaerlr Ph. Bolt Brewing OB., kee, T.AGT5R UO Industry Iti I till TRKNAON WAICH The Reliable Witch toe Otll ana the ci1 -enn; PMtUlT "I. 1C. r. T NO1 O DOUtb WrU.Ml Ok, mui, M. tn In Intoning nil many he nxmred new and h'ni'tw at 80u id WAKRICN sinxtti, on. an line of ani C. P. Ila'r 810 North Broad Street. MiJJoi1 Children's out and curled. Dry and Wetflhampoon. Hair any nhiule every doMilpUon of OraamenW Hair. Combines made np. Piloco low. _ Keipectrhlly, fi. M. VOOH 2s.CU Good paying houses to exohange for clear iio. W r rTjr T A 126 MARltK-j' STRltJii, OilfDaH, N 3 MARBT.K OR W WJ.6 Ton IT I" be able, for a abort time, to get a bargain in or Granite or Headitonei, x C A T T T A "37 T.UTHICK WARD'S and Oiranite work-, 813 816 FAST BTA'lJS TKC-iON, W. J. Eve. ono should 100 the Stock of i icorico Broao Street Pharmacy. A lOo. STICK FOB Bo. The Inert Chewing Qnm It nude li the P-moa at Oofuer Broad and i i i a windy, changeable, iant month, home is cold, chilly to day and likely warm to-morrow. Natnre, as has provided ita master. JMMKU GUAl Will the honn, office or store a II i It U tho itrongwt, on i com. IOOK AX 1A. Wiloon f itoko Umbrella and TWO Vnline IN THF CITY, iiaoe' Celebrated Spring Styles now on Sale. IIATTItt., 16 "Kxet State Street. A RKMINDKK That we are ready to supply your wanti tor Spring Clothing The reputation of oor Clothma; for neatness and durability will be steadily maintained, and our large business will keep the prices very low. CLOrHING FOB MEN, YOUTHS, BOYS AND A. C. YATIiS CO., d SIXTH CHESTNUT STKEKTS, HAD jllte MAN Bought of Ah KKTOAT? 01-QlHIiNQ AND TAILORING oo, h, Wonid not u how mnnk tht wind whiitUd "itut.gh v are clothing the Mag Eo.i t VN BE8I IAILOR-MADE CLOHHM At much 1 thaa Philadelphia {iA Qnr g, iMdari art HA 6V BKOQAIfc rer UJBS, worth and d ou fUUpi.K Snito a.d Ovarc-oati. UlXXl'HlNG MADE lO ORTIKK, jj fcj (B 
                            

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