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Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - April 26, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey VIH. NO. TKHLNTON, HAT'UHUAY AKTKKNOON, A PHIL 2-5, 1890. TWO MARRIED UNDER DURESS Hymen Was Reinforced by a Six Shooter. HOW HUBBY BECAME A "HUBBV Ra 'Inreatened to Kill Thorpe If Bbi Did Mot Hurry Him, and Through She Fttlutad Away Befon Minister. FFBNANDINA, Pla April This town is all agog over a most sensational incident occasioned by the erratic and violent making of G R. Hubby, a city conncilnmn and the local agent of the Mallory line. Mrs. Thorpe, a respectable attractive widow, well known in society here, and a Nuo a Ua.iat MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., Ayril SB. Joseph Anderson, the man whom George B. Bnch- Pittsburg, shot on the sU'tot Wednta day evening during a over Anjft. ion's wife, Is dead. He made a dying statement that Buchan the Sjfeffj and drew his revolver flrxl. The statem will be used an wldenae on the UUJ ol for murder. He Thawed Ont Olant Powder. LBADviLtK, Colo., April _ labonr employed in the Rio rail- road constiiictlon gang near here W" thawing out some giant powder at plo- sion occurred which threw several men somfi distance from the man frilled, another cannot live several others were slightly injured. A DeM. PHOBIA, Ills., April The famous young stallion Alex McGregor, 1886, kninvii by many breeders throughout the west, died in this city. He was one of the finest bred and most promising grandsons of Robert McGregor. For ChtcaKu frbW the jxxffliiaster, will give chase to her mpther and husband. A Cnncenslon mt CHKHGO, April Master Carpen- ters and Builders'association is holding a conference today with committees from the Citizens' association, the new Bosses'' Asso- ciation and striking caipenters with a view to bringing the strike to an end. The old masters in promising to meet the thro committcci made the one condition that they should come separately and appointed the time for each. This is the first conccs made by the masters. If a plan of ar- bitration is reached today it will take nearly a week to settle all the questions in dispute. Be WHM Clever, but Got INDIANAPOLIS, April Lank turd, assistant postmaster at Sanborn, was wntetved to a year in the penitentiary for rifling a registered letter. Some time a registered letter aulved at the office jiuirWd to contain Lanfcford opened the package, took. out the money and ra- sttled the envelope so well of its having been tampered with pos- sible. The money was found in his room. Another Fire In the Hllk Mill. ALLKNTOWN, Pa., flr ut.i Avor'fi Cherry ]m- benn the )i oil popular cough In ihrt vorM 'Utn constantly in- croafllng clomnml for thin remedy proves it to be the very host specific for colds, conghn and rt.'vi-l_ of throat MB. PARNELL CENSURED His Followers at His Reticence. HK LACKED COUKTEST, THEY SAY, By withholding Hla Coundence, and DU- played a Sense of Proprletonihlp In the Party Whli-h Parnell Thinks Goschen'B Offer a Trap. LONDON, April 26 Liberals are at and sevens regarding the govern- ment's hind purchase bill, Mr. Gladstone's ipoech having failed to improve their posi- tion or to encourage them to make a deter- mined fight. As the matter now stands the "bill is not likely to mejet with any further real opposition, though it will probably be subjected to a number of alterations dur- ing its committee stage in respect to its con- cwions to the landlords, which are really too numerous and extensive for many of the government's adherents to swallow. Mr. Farnell Severely Criticised. Mr Parnell is coming in for a great deal of hostile criticism among his followers for springing his scheme as he did, the con- census of opinion being that it was not only inopportune, but that in failing to the Irish party into confidence he displayed a lack of courtesy and implied a measure of proprietorship of the Nationalist membership in the house which his colleagues are disposed to resent. As a matter of fact, this resentment, not only on the part of the members of hia owu party but upon that of many of hii Liberal allies, has become so pronounced that Mr Parnell may be said to have boon ftt upon. Parnell Thinks It a Trapr The government has decided to submit two clauses during the committee stage ol the land purchase bill embodying the recommendations confined in Mr Par- Hell's motion. Mr Parnell regards Mr. Goschen's offer as a trap, his scheme being Only effective when worked by itself Prince Bismarck's Appearance. BERLIN, April 26 Hamburger Nach- richten says'that Prince Bismarck will not make his AppflaiAnce in the upper house nntil political affairs resume their normal condition Tn an interview Prince Bismarck said he would not, if it were in his power, interfere With the workinginen in any way on May "lay, nor would he display any anxiety, whinh only increases the of the agitators Socialism, he said, would yet cause trouble in Gerniany, and the man who would yield to that element to prevnnt a manifestation was a coward. It was some- times an act of benevolence to shed the blood of a riotous minority in defense of the law abiding majority. May day was not a dangerous enemy and the naming oi it for an assault ought not to be dreaded. It would only be a sham fight, like the bat- tles of the Salvation Army. Qeruians Mean Business In Africa. LONDON, April 38. The Times' dispatch from Zanzibar says the Germans have con- itructed a fortified station at Mount Kenia, thus rbmially annexing that teiiltory to German possessions, Kemmler's Iron AUBUBN, N. Y., April Kemtnler, man who is condemned to die by electricity ntxt shows no signs of weakening; truth he seems to note all procoorlingi and final arrangements with an afr of abandon that shows him to be a man oi almost iron nerve. He does not allow him. tAt to Contemplate his fate, but busies in whistling, singing, writing autogisph and listening to his keeper le from the Bible or from some popular pe- riodical. He takes part In religions sei vices daily and mnnifests a fervor that is BUT; prising to othfelo who participate. fthair, thnngh rriTrtpleted, is not yet in posi Hon. It is not Harold P. Brown's chair, but the one designed by Warden Durston. The warden is besieged Haily by newspaper from all parts of the country who to see the and It is expected thatagreatcrund Will be in the city Monday. i walton and Bis "Friends." MoNiiiEAL, April 26. The case of'Wal- ton, the express messenger who stole bom the Pacific company and WAS arrested in St. John, N. B., with the money in pcwuisioii, has nuw acquired a new inters est by the arrest of Frank Brady, Aggie Aflhton and Leard, a gambler. They arrived irom Hot and wers once taken into custody. Brady is the man who was paid by Walton lor helping him to escape, and the other mem- party are nupposed to1 have1 boon implicated in making away with the bal- ance of the money, which never found, Maine's Bhipbnlldlnir Room. BOSTON, April36. TheHerald's Aug-iata special says: year's shipbuilding season in this state showed a gieat over previous seasons, and a Direful review of the field stutns to make it safe to state that this year's building will greatly exceed that of 1689. The pVIce of building hat up 25 per cent in tha Jwrt five years, wages and the cost of material an also higher. In the forty yards now in opera- tion in Bath employiUnni. Is given to Hun, and still there lUa'dsmaini for skilled shipwrights. John L. Answer. Naw YORK, April to proposition of the Califuruia Athletic club for a contest between John L. Sullivan and Peter Jacksou, John W. Baruitt, Stillivan'i manager, said yesterday: "Sullivan will Kcept the offer on two conditions the fW.OOQ purse must not be divided; tin winner must take all of the money. Sso- oud Sullivan must have a side bet of at and not more than will furwtod his answer to California Athletic club early next week. Capt. Hassey Discharged. BiDuttttRD, Me., April 36 The recent investigation by govei bment officers of eharges preferred against Capt. William Hassey, of the Biddeford Pool life saving service, has resulted in Hussey's discharge, Capt. Lewis Topmas has boon promoted to have charge of the service. King Oeta Five Years. Pun ADEU-HIA, April W. King, ex-prefect of the Institution for Blind, who was convicted of immoral prac- tices with the pupils of the institution, wai sentenced to five years' imprisonment. Dllon-Coshliig Match Fizzles. Nuw YORK. April boxing match between Dixon of Boston, and Frank Cushing did not come oft lust night offing to a misunderstanding about engag Ing a hall Roro thrmf, fxrtd qnJnrtv rcndily yield to OnrfljWhilo rommon coughs and colds must vanish whon this val- uable remedy is nsod In time. 25 cento. THE BASEBALL WORLD National League. At Plttsburg Cincinnati 26030000 x_n Hits Plttsbnrg, B Cincinnati, 11 Errors Pitlsburg, 4, Cincinnati, 4 Batteries an< Miller, Foreman and Keenan Atuiudaui.e. 449 At Cleveland 10803000 401100000-1 Hits' Cleveland, 11. Chicago. 8 Frr.irs Cleve lund, 7: Chicago, 2 Bt'ntin ami Znu mer, HuU-hluaon and Kittredge At Boston Boston New ork game postponed un aeouul of ram At BrooklyU'PUiladelphla game postponed oa ac- count of ralu Players' League. At Buffalo- Buffalo 1 aOOOdJOO-l Chicago 30181 110 1 After l DUm would have a faint or tired, all-gone feeling, as though I had not anything. My trouble was gggiarated by my business, painting. Last Bprlng I took Hood's Bar- _ which me an Stomach Immense- amount of good. It gave mo an appetite, and my food relished and satisfied the craving I had. previously experienced." GKOBUH A Faott, WltertoVin, llood'o Sarsaparilla Bold bj d, 1
nd gath- ered under one roof. Priced and qn.ll. tia ODB" bear in mind are tha slroiif features DECOBATttii, RNGI.IHH Hj.IV, of HAy.sU plaow, doAd from 15 to I, AMPS, compiite with thttt, "himney, burner, etc., buntifnlly 92.5O, and Compare onr with stiongut sompetitiou. 'l1 li. .A .J.-.HA, OUT I-OR I1ARGAIN8 We have purchased the store North of us and intend to build ou the two lots r he lined 'Unrc in iron Ion 1 KLOTIIINGl 10 NORTU
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