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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - April 4, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VI IT, NO. I'KKNTON, FKIDAY AKTKliNOON. APK1L 1 1890, TWO J. W. DAVIS. RHODE ISLAND'S MUDDLE  nd tho Demo crate need nineteen to secure control of the general committee of the assembly, whio elects state officers. The vote of the state for govemor was Lsdd, Chace, vv3. For attorney general, the onl; other position on the general ticket whlc was contested with any spirit, the vote stood: Rogers Slocum (Dem Blodgett NEWS FROM ALBANY. The Hendrlel" High Bill the Ssnate. AT.RAHI, April 4. senate has puma the Hondricks high license bill by a vote o 17 to 10. Senator of Buffalo, was the only Republican who voted against il and as Senator Bheard was not present ther were just the seventeen Repnbl cann to save the measure, the totW of Re- publicans in the senate. being nineteen. Al the Democrats voted against it except McNanghton, of the Rochester distrlo'l ths roll was called he was not in hi chair. Senator Cantor before voting agai charged the Republicans with insincerity ii dealing with this bill The law already a lowed excise commissioners to charge f 25C for: licenses, yet nowhere n'xcept in New York and Brooktyu was the maximum ap- proached. Mr. Cantor uss also gioatly dis- turbed because of the failure of amnnd sent coming from the oppniicati of the V to In ing social clubs under the restriction of the excise la A moment before senate ad jam bee Senator Roooch sent to the clerk's desk voluminous petition asking for the pasM j of the weekly payment bill .The of names was announced to be dis- tributed as follows: Employes of manufacturing establish ments, of U.800; of variou special industries, of mining and of other concern., th bill Is in the committee of the whole of th where it may be reached In th cou.k, of a few days, Ttw contested election  ractlce work the wildest scene followed. The "cranks" cheered Mike Kelly and John Ward individually and shouted themselves hoarse over the Brotherhood as a whole. pt. Kelly and fifty officers finally cleared space enough to play on, and after a few minutes' practice the game opened. The Brooklyns won the to 2. Yecterday'B Games. At Holyoko New York (P. L.) 19; Hamp- tons, 2. At Brooklyn Brooklyn (N. 31 Yale, 4. At Philadelphia-Philadelphl. (N. 5 Newark, 3. At 6; Hamlltonj 4. At game postponed. Rain. At New York (N. 10 Williams College, S. At At 8; RoohM ter, 7. At York (P. 18 Hampdens, 2. ALBANY, April At the meeting of the Baseball league last night Oloversville aud Utica were admitted. Au burn applied but was rejected I'ndman Told How It W" TONAWANDA, April The eTamimtiou of Arthur Craven Padman, who, shot hii companion, Manley Strickland, April i near this place, was begun at Justio Roger's office before a coroner's jury. Offl eer Taylor, of Buffalo, gave testimony in re- tard to a confession made by the prisoner During his examination Padman drew hkuch showing the position of himaalf ani young .Strickland at tho time of the shoo! ing mid explained it to the jury In a very theatrical manner. It was decided to holi him until April 7 for the purpose of cocur ing nddltiou.il witnesses, and union they ar able to throw a different light on the Padman will probably be discharged. Jlrico Htiys the "Hnncle FOBT WAYNE, Ind., April report- ed that Caivin 8. Brice has bought the For Wayne, Cincinnati and Louisville railroad which runs from this city to Conneruvill and from Newcastle to Rushville, Ind., am is generally known as the "Muncie road. Tho price named is Mr. Brice accctup by the general of th rood, this city yesterday on a tour o inspection over the Fort Wayne, and Louisville system. The Ttfke KHe Western road, of which Mr. Brice if pri. dent, connects with the Fort Wayne, Cm cinnatl and Louisville at Ind. John L. Didn't Show Up. NKW YORK. April Bulliv-n did no reach this city last evening, and the confer- ence regarding the match with Corbett dl not take place. The Puritan Athletic club of Long Island City, offered to pnt up a purse for a fight between and Jackson, and a for a flgh between Joe McAuliffe and Militiamen Fighting Ooveruor. HARmmo, Conn., April field ol fleers of the First regiment of militia, whe were discharged by the governor for dl greement with him at to the aiuioril for polo, etc., have boonrenomlnftted by the .line officers. The governor will probably reject the Three Children Buined to Death. HCRON, 8. D., April house of Wfl helm Brown, near here, was burned. Thro- of tils who had boon locked in th homo while the parents went to the cit wet? unable to get out and perished in th flapies. Thn oldest wan loss than 5 years old BnonM ynnr pMMrcn tin fatten vrifh. Ilio crou or whooping cough In Ihe Blunt they ale not lelleveo. at nnco. How important then tt ksepabottlapf une'i CooinCure in A REPORlER'S VIC I IMS. A Journalist Brings Counter- feiters to Justice. AI'TUREI) WHILE MAKING COIN. 'oung Nmvtou Got ID with Ganff, Then Guve Them Atvny and "Scooped" His Kellow Newspaper Men- How Galuid tlie Gang'a ContlJfMice IH'XPAi.0, April 4. Byron L IS'owtou, a eporter of The Times, is the hero of the our in Buffalo, having brought to justice well organized gang of clever counter- eilfrsufterauexi-iting experience, in which, to obtain evidence lie practically became a Newton became acquainted with a uian who afterwards turned out to De Charles McCrau, a brother of big Frank IcCran, the bank burglar. McCran acted u a peculiar manner and Newton thought e was doing something crooked, but. be ould not make out what it Neverthe- ess he tietormined k> find out, aud soou be- came acquainted with McCran's companions. JViHitnnel of (lie Gang. An occasional one was Edward ince a medical student, and also known as Sdward S Soeley and as Dr. Johusou. He was th.' k'adur of the gang and did the actual manufacturing, as was afterwards onnd out. His wife, a pretty woiuan, whose maiden name was Lizzie Clark, was a "shovtr of the queer" 'and custodian of ome of the molds. Tha fourth person ar- ested was Hurry L. Lane, alias Williams, a card cuttvr in tlui Wonderland museum. The name of tb.) fll'lh member of the gang, who escaped, is 'withheld by tha authorities. Gutting Keaily for ItuHiness. During the last two months Newton ciated with these men, visiting places of evil resort with them aud doing everything 10 could to become confidential. He dared, e said, take no cue iu his confidence, and is city editor, Col.' Nursey, did not kuc lis secret until eurly yesterday mon. 1 wtts three weeks ago the reporter beci.'fc aware that his friends were going into tU counterfeiting business. Sylvester, who has a good record as a counterfeiter, was the MBS of thegi.ug. He could make excellent :uolds. It to have a den out- side of the residences of the members of the jaug. This was changed three times, the ast place being selected by the reporter. This was at No. 32 Geneseo street, only a block away from the Genesee house, on Main street, aud not far from police station No. 3. The Trap Laid. Newton acted as an errand boy for the aud was utilized as a "shover" of the money. Hn held for ovideuce ten of the dollars whicb he was supposed to have worked off. Newton took Police Superin- tendent Moriu into his confidence a week ago, and Government Detectives Boggs and Franklin were called in Tuesday. The re- aorter exacted a solemn promise from the officials to give hhu a ivscoop" on the news. At noon all the counterfeiters were in the den. Newton went out to get some luuch for them and "tipped the officers thewiuk.' Policemen guarded windows, root aud al fx New molds had boon twenty new dollars had been cast, the meta was steaming ou the stove and the gang were working on the still hot coiu, finishing them up, The Gang Captured. Newton had gono out, aud just after him followed the man who was uot arrested. Newton did not know that when he gave the signal. Besides tfie policemen on guard elsewhere, seven stalwart officers quietly came together iu front of No. 32 Genesee street and followed the dariug reporter up the four flights. When Newton threw him- self agfl.iiist the door, bursting it open, the counterfeiters were too astounded to move Tho officers jumped into the room with drawa' revolvers and quickly handcuffed the surprised men. Sylvpster's wife WPS found at his lodging house at No. 3 Pear street. In her room wore mold and plaster of paris impressions. She spent the nigh with her husband at the station. Sylvester made a clean breast of his guilt, and tol< the police about jobs which the cracksmen were contemplating. CHASED MILES. Detective Plnkertnn Makes the Grea Capture of HlB Career. TEauciOAUA, Spanish Honduiat, Apii Edmuud Sturgis Crawford has ar rested at Santa Barbara for the theft of a package coutaining in transit from the American Exchange National bank to the Adams Express company. The package was directed to the treasure] Washington. 'A targe portion of the money was fount in Crawford's possession. The robbery wa committed in Nt-w York, May 4, 1888 Crawford haa-conftssed and implicates twi others. Crawford was a trusted employe o the American Exchange National bank an< was givtm the package to deliver. He sub- stituted paper for the money. A. Pinkertou, the detective, worked on the case and pursued Crawford miles bo fore he -was sufficiently convinced of hi guilt to take him into custody. The chase cost the express company When the Theft Discovered. The treasury department, the bank an Adams Express company simultaneously raised the cry of "Thief P but who was he The treasury was of the opinion that th< bank had delayed forwarding the packagi jiftor it had been put up for transmission and that the substitution had been mad while the money was still in the bank's cus tody. Tho bank indignantly asserted the integ rity of its own employes and shifted the re- sponsibility upon the Adams Express com pany. The company "aid little, bat the development of a little theory of its OlVll. Church Dliienilaa. LOCKPORT, N. Y., April The First Con gregational church trouble here culm] nated by the withdrawal from the member- ship of some fifty or sixty of the prominen and wealthy members of the church. Th quarrel has boon of several months' duration and was started by the pastor, Rev. E. B Furbish, and the advisory committee refus- ing youug people membership unless they promised to abstain from playing cardi dancing and theatre going. The minister1 resignation was asked for, and when ten dered was voted dowu by a rising vote. Th weeding members will erect a new church. Mine Workers' Meet. PiiiSBUHO, April 4. executive boan of the United Mine workers' of America met here for the of deciding on the policy of tho new Organtiatlon. The t-w Ion all the afternoon and was sacrel One of the principal matters discussed was the relations to be held by the new organ towards other labor organizations. It was decided to work for a reduction o the hours of labor in lines laid down b other organizations. If ycnr yon nlnht takoArers's ChMry Fcofrm nna n Immediate relief. TMs remedy miitji Inusm million, the induces sleep and :MottM hesltb. sooner joutif ny other. A Boston lady, whose example la worthy imitation, tells her experience below: "In one store where I went to buy Hood's Sarsaparllla the elerk tried to Induce me buy their u-ii Instead of Hood's; he told me tbelr's would Isst longer; that I might It on ten 10 Get days' trial; that U I did not like It I need not pay "tiything, etc. Bnt he could not prevail on me to I told him I nad taken Hood's Sariiparllla, what It was, was ininfled with It, and did not want any other. when I began tubing Hood's Sarsaparllla I was feeling real mlierable with dyspepsia, so weatt that at times I could hardly Hood's stwid. I looked like a person in consnmp. tlon. Hood's Sarsaparllla did mo so much good that I wonder at myself sometimes, d my friends frequently speak of It." A. Qorr, el Terrace Street, Boston. Sold fcy 0. t HOOD CO., ApothMtrlM, Lon.lt, 100 Doses One Dollar ANOTHKR CHANCK U A- it U Following the uinonncement of the reduction in We offer a fine --.oiL-nntof MKUSSM-S ure your before the i-'h. JOHN JAMES DOB80N A -KJ 600 MA 811 A In 1 CI.KVKI. vvn. I', I Kin ftir, h" "-i S il in' 1 l V HI III I (is I fmj'i.l ht- ifn iu UIH ..H.-.I nt DI ii u mil, K'k.-.l d. 111-1 Clio ,r llfL-ln; lint I hi' IIM- 1" n nin.nilly ittiiKtl uliuut u I'iir is a proiiiiiu'iit jlll il'l ill 1) 'PI II 'MM llil.'l'.' I'M' 'I city Oilier I 111 n T! tlu- ;iir nr t-aiuea Q A i) Iho MI''' vry jiruinl- 111 :l rlll'lrs I'r Slnllli', frh'Illl- .11111 is lilii.'l. but s. to till'. Mlldili. nt KOI li !KM Kit, N Y., April I -Shortly after H wbu writ- pluying uliout in, tiouil, 111 HiL' uoi'tlii'i n part of ,ty, 1 of a niiin in tlie water was -stir to ui.'lfTl king I'uuuiH by Hu- mmer iinl was i leiiuietl us tlie remains ol Villuun h Sclii'tv'k, llui proprietor of a aluoti r btnuraiit nt 'Jti'j Muuut Hope venue. It is generally supposed that iclireck committed suicide. He was a for- ier inmato of Buffalo Insane asylum, vhich institution ho left in April, IHSS. Ha t'B a widow and live rliildrim. Presents in the mo-.! elepant form THE l AXATIVE AND NUTRITIOUS JUIOE uF TUB- FIGS OF CALIFORNIA, Combined with the medicinal virtues of plants known to be most beneficial to the human system, forming an agreeable and effective laxative to peiiua- nently cure Habitual Consti- pation, and the many ills de- pending on a weak or inactive condition of the KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS. It is ti' ..-most excellent remedy known to "LEAHSS THE SYSTEM EFFECTUHLLY When one is Hilious or Constipated SO THAT- PURE BLOOD, REFRESHING 8LIIP, HEALTH and STRENGTH NATURALLY FOLLOW. Every one is using it and all ate delighted with it. ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR WANUFAOTUREO ONLY BY CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO, 041. f, KY NEW VOW. N. 1. WRAPS FOR KASTKR. Have you made your selec tion We have a most pleas ng variety. We are showing large line of Jackets, both plain and jaunty, at prices ranging from to oo. Then we have those stylish and convenient shoulder capes, cloth, lace, beaded, New shapes and styles not shown last week. We have told you about our Peasant Cloaks, made of Knglish waterprool serge, a most useful garment for wet weather, dry weather and traveling. One of these will prove a very satisfactory investment. The children have looked after in our prepara- tions for the spring trade We are pretty well satisfied that you will find you want for them in our stock. KUNSMAN, U North Broil ARR ARRIVING AT WALU3' STOR day, among which are of Pine Hosiery and light Under- Oar Hosiery ig ibeolatelj fros o poisonon" dye staffs, which gerom to the of inferior Hoeleiy. We onr to girt positive Mtitfutioa, both in and we have received a complete lint o W -t fine Robes and DM tit Everything for Infanta" Ooi-ctc Kid oar la the made. Bring yvn-r fine Pai-wls end TJm now for covering" before to all in Goto KING OF COCOAS--" ROYAL COCOA FACTORY." Kings an; but men, but all men are not kings. Therefore, when the King Holland says, as he did by deed of August 12, i8Sg, that he is greatly pleased with VAN linn 11 N'S CUCOA, "BEST GOES and, entirely unsolicited, grants the manufacturers the sole right of styling their works the Royal Cocoa Factory, a sig- nificance attaches to the act which would not were he not "every inch a king." B Umbrella Celebrated aprlngf Styles now on Pale 16 Wnet State STKWART MAMMON I) Eqolpe TOUNG LADIES and GENTI.EMKPl fer IMMKiiIA'i'JB Kvt in th, COUNTING-ROOM. ITS AKtf SUCCkSSFUT- CAFAKT.K, KNKKOK-ric NO SMATTERING, NO NON-EHSENTl AIA NO NONSKfJHfc In Its OP TRAINING. Modern Teaching, Attention Progrio. The Shorthand Depailment Offers the veiy facilitiee for acquiring skill in OM-aphv. RAPID UOUKflfUfUL PKOGRKHft UUARANTEEn. Mor-ing, Afternoon and El H" 1C IB Shorthand. 
                            

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