Trenton Times, April 24, 1890

Trenton Times

April 24, 1890

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Issue date: Thursday, April 24, 1890

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Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey VOT- vni. NO. A MYSTERIOUS SUICIDE. THE BASEBALL WORLD Is the Dead Man the Paris Strangler? HE6KEATIA KESEMBLtlS EYRAUD Sli.tiBer Who Kllleil Hlmnelf on SlaMu Inland Talked Like a Foreigner and In ThotiKlit ti> Have Iteen Deputy Gouffw it SI ijei NEW YORK April 24-There are strong rwwons for believing tlmt tbe body now lying in the dead house m Northfleld towu ship, S I, is that of Michael Eyraud, who, in July last, strangled to death Deputy Marshal Gouffe in Paris The man who now lies dead committed suicide on Thurs- night last by shooting himwlf in the mouth, and the body has not yet claimed by anybody The Ey- raud, however, published last month, and the description of his personal appearance, published from time to time since thecom rnission of the crime, sene to Inave no doubt in the minds of those who have seen the remains thnt they are those of the Parisian strangler Story of the Suicide. The man amved in Port Richmond, 8 L, last Thursdaj morning from the Bergen Point feny and stroHeel up and dowu the streets for some time In the evening he sitting in the Turnpike Half w ay house, kept bj Michael Mulvaney He was then very nerv ous On ing Mulvaney's the man walked along the Willowbrook road, and on reaching tlie farm of Charles Dreyer, about a mile and a half from Port Rich mond, he sat down on a stone behind a cedar tree About 0 o'clock a pistol shot was heard by Michael Hartung Mr Dreyer's hired man, who lan across the field from the bam to the ro id and found the stranger lying unconscious a stone fence, with blood streaming from his mouth and nose Shot In the Mouth In the man's left hand was held a leather pouch, and in his right a five chambered revolver, which had been earned in the pouch A bullet of thirtj two caliber had been fired by the suicide into his mouth, and imbelded itself in the skull, causing instanWleath At the inquest on Monday night the attentiem of the coroner was called by Charles Drejer to the remarka- ble resemblance between the dead man and the picture of Ejiaud, remarking at the same time ttat the published description of the Parisian strangler might have been wiitten with perfect accuracy of the stran ger The coroner was also very much im pressed with the resemblance, and he noti fled Inspector Byrnes As he received no answer from the inspector, he sent the body to the dead house in Northfield on Tuesday, where it was boxed up for burial A Description of the Body. Yesterday afternoon a reporter drove out to hoube and saw the remains Thercsemblance betwcnn the dead roan's those of the photogioph of Eyraud, taken in 1878, was at once appar- ent The body was that of a man about six feet tall, weighing about 180 over 45 years of age Ihere were the same hign anel receding forehead, the massive square (.et face, with high check Ofiti .titid that theme national election lavv was brought fonvard, and Mi Lodge (Mass) urged the adoption by the caucus of his bill placing the election of representatives in congress under national control Mr Loelgi WHS followed by Mr Powell (Ills the chairman i f the elections committee who argued m favor of the im provement of the snperv isor system as a means of coirectiug eketim evils After further discussion and without coming to anv conclusion on the- subject the caucus adjjoui ned until nett liiesdaj the McComas national election bill will be considcied WITHOUT A WARNING A Holler Exploded and Tlirco Men werr Killed NFWCASTU Pa explosion occurred at the J tna nulls j esterdaj Ihrei men were killed and six 1 adly injured The dead are Klmgensmith, George Murphy John Welsh lohn The injured are Bounds Joe arm broken and biuised Flvun, Lavvience seaided Myers John scverelj burned Heagan Barney, probablj fatally scalded Shipnockcr, L severely hurt by flymy debns While all of the men were working the flue end of the big boiler collapsed with a deafeumK roar and in a moinenf the place was drenched w ith scorching steam A full half hour was lost before the injured men conld be rescued and the last dead body re covered Tohnny Murphy could not be found for some time His body was finallj discovered in the fly wheel pit, where it had been hurled and ground to a pulp The Petition to the Czar PniUnELPHU, April M At a meeting of the Siberian Exile Petition association George Kennan said the petition to the czar promised to be the most numerously ever presented to any ruler It would not inform the czar of any facts nn knowu to him, but would have its effect in showing the feeling auroad in regard to the exile system Mr. Kpnnnn read an affecting letter from a dying exile to a child He suggested some of the wortt features of ayktom be embodied irnd Tooth Ttrr.A S. S. I liK, 123 and N Greene Street STKWAKT HAMMOND IUJQINK88 I moat dosirahle makes of sear for Oents Jdren Hair, Medicsted Scarlet Nataral Wool snd Merino Goods fall umitiuent snd st that will be satisfactory te all. i LAD1KS in the OOUNllNO BOOH fer IMMI'DIA Tr HlIlUCATOKvS WOKKH-.RS. NO BMApiKRINQ, NO NO NON8FN8E in its OP TRAINING. Modem Methodi, Baocirfol Individnsl Attention, fMtOrJ Prod- The Shorthand Department the for icqniring skill m Btei opiraphy BAPID AND i-SSJTUli PBOORWP (ilJARAMKm Morning, AiUrnoon Eveiiag IB Qhoilhend.i 2A, i A It ilh Nnw YonK "V Drexel, MorKin of Mr Spem 11 f Miller of tin st plflCl H will 1 andVJre PK il company, n] d Shot by a Fltlsbnrg Man. MiMEAPOLIS, April 24 evening Jo- seph P Atiderson was probably family wonndedbyG R Buchan, a civil engineer from Pittsburg, who was walking with the fOrjiim'B wife, Mrs Anderson had been her'llrfibnnd, bathe wia still jealous of her and Mrs An- were out walking, when they were jomrid by Anderson A qnarrel ensued, anel AneSsrSoii drew a pistol Bucban WM too qufck and shot him twice Anderson then fired several shots, but apparently withofli'effect At last accounts Bncban had not been captured A I'l o I. Hood O, too nosos One Dollnr f; LOOK OUT 1'OR BARGAINS We have purchased the store North of us and intend to build on the two lots l lie lineal Glorc in Iron ton! i i git rid of udr to

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