Trenton Times, May 9, 1890 : Front Page

Publication: Trenton Times May 9, 1890

Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey VOT- VI IT, NO. 9810. TKKNTON, FKIDAY AKTKKNOON, MAY 9, 1890. TWO IIERGUILl WAS PROVEN New Jersey's Borgia Convicted by a Jury. SHE TRIED TO POISON HEB SON A History uf the I'nimtili ill Crime Charted AgaitiMt A autlrrKilft, of Burling, ton, N. She Uecrlvetl the Motion Made foi a New Trial MOUNT Hoi n, N J May 9 Van dergrift 1ms been found guiltj of the at tempted murder of her son She wai charged with having attempted to take hii life by poisoning him with croton oil AJ soon as the virdict of the jury was re corded Mrs Vandergrift's oounsel moved for a new trial. The judge's charge wai delivered to the jury Wednesday afternoon men the jury retired, but could not Rgret du a verdict So they were locked np foi the night. Thursday It was rumored thai the jury had agreed on a verdict A rusl was made for the court room, which wai soon crowded to suffocation Mrs. Hears tbe Verdict. Mrs Vandergrift was brought in to heai the verdict of the jury She faced then with apparent unconcern Not even when the foreman said, during the most pro found silence "Guilty, as she stand! charged in the did she shofl any emotion She was at once taken baci to jail, while her counsel moved for a new trial. A Sketch of the Cilme. The crime committed by Mrs Carrie E Vandergrift is one of the most heinous evel recorded During the first fortnight in April she gave her own son, Frank C Nor man, repeated doses of croton oil, with th p Hho.iM I A ntlmM i I iMn Pm' lie paved by JWltawirntt'npropt'itlcn. Ao to ft.fi I hottlo of Ulr Confth Cure on Sanwpurlllnlntlio host f ul ''Iff In nr it olntlnnto canonHin- economical blood mcdlolno In tho Ptnntnneous, nbrolntflly pure and K'rket, Because tbe most pure and conoon-1 Price worth a bottle, I U-bcell THB BASEBALL WORLD National Lengue. At Fhllaxla uhia- Philadelphia 00000410 8 Boston 000100300-4 hits Philadelphia, fl, Boston 11 Errors Philadelphia. B Boston 6 Batteries Nichols and Hanliw lekery aud Clemeuta Attend ance, AtCletelaul- Plttsbuig Cleveland 1411001001-1 Base hits Pittibmg, 11, Cle> eland, U En ore 8, Batteries Sowtters and ikon, Lincoln and dimmer Attend 6i5 At Chicago 201 I 0 IS 3 0 0-18 Cincinnati "is hits Chicago, 17, Cincinnati, 11 Errors Chicago, 2, Clnuunati, 2. Batteries Hutchison -nd Nagle, Viatl and Baldwin Attendance 891 At Krooklyns aud New Yorka to have plaj ed oft a postponed Kame here today, but it had to be postponed ajfain oil ac count of wet grounds Players' League. At Brook, yu- Brooklyn 70000001 S-10 Boston 20100841 Base hits Brooklyn, B, Boston, 5 Errors Brooklyn, 'I. Boston 1 Batteries Weyhlngand Dalle} Dalsj ami Kelly Attendance, 251 At Philadelphia 11840410 1-ir New York t Base Philadelphia, 16, New York, 8 Er- rors Philadelphia 4 New York 3 Batteries Knell and Ciuss O'Day and Brown Attend ftnce, 1 tW At Cleveland 08301310 Buffalo 200010002-5 Base hits Cleieland, H Buffalo 7 Errors Clmeland 1 Buffalo 1 Bultenes Magill and Snyder, Haddock and Mack Attendance, 700 At Chicago- Ohli-auo 5 i 5 1 0 4 0 2 1-20 Pittsburg 101000080-5 Base hits Chicago, 21, I'ltuburg 6 Errors Chicago, 5, Pittsburg. 6 Batteries King and Farrell, Stalej and Carioll Attendance, American AJUUUlatlun. At Syracuse- Syracuse 10200422 Rochester 100000022-5 Base hits Syiacuse, 12, Rochester 11 Errors Syracuse, t. Rochester, 0 Batteries Keefe and Brings Fitzgerald and McGture At Toledo- Toledo 7 Louisville Base hits Toledo, 9, Louisville, 6 Errors Toledo. 2, Louisville 8 Batteries Cushman and Rftge. Ehret and At Columbus- Columbus St Louis Ease hits Colunvbus, 4, St Louis 1 Errora Columbus, 1 St Louis 2 Batteries Oastright O'Connor Stlvett hotel of which the town offand food and shelter for those who still unprovided for The Keeper's Story. Keeper E F Mainwarrlng pipe story as the origin of flre, and said "I awojje with a start about mid- night, trembling and covered with perspira- tion An inborn instinct told that some- thing was wrong Without waiting to dress myself, I bounded dowu stairs and on opening the door of the idiot depart- ment I was thunderstruck to see that the interior was all ablaze, in fact, it was one mass of flame and the smoke was over- powering. I attempted to open fte door and rescue the poor inmates who were all securely shut in their cells1 as usual, but WAD driven back by the heat and smoke. Locked In the Cells and Doomed. "I saw that the poor idiots were doomed that nothing could save them I then aroused the paupers, telling them, M plainly as I could, what had happened. In some instances the poor people dared and it was neeessaiy to carry them bodily from the house and tuiu them loose in the yard and fields There twelve in- mates in the idiot asylum and they must have been overcome by the heat before J awakened, for I heard nothing from them, and they must have roasted like pigs in a hole. How the fire originated Is a to myself as well every one else It must have been a case of spontaneous tomb Eight Blackened Bodies Visible. During tbe day thousands visited and curiously into the where eight bodies could be counted, dis- figured and charred. There was httle to show that they were the bones of human beings. It was utterly impossible to iden tlf> any of them Ine Names of the DenH. The names of the idiots who perished were- Atwood, Austin, Almeda, county Bailey. Columbus Benedict, Adella, county. Dibble, Debornh, Bainbridea. Gallagher, Sarah, Norwich Gray, Liura, Qreene Hills, Sarah, Afton. Preston. Warien, Lucy, county. The loss to the county on buildings and contents will probably reach insur- ance, Ihe Male Inmates Escaped. The male inmates all escaped. were about eighty inmates in the pauper and idiot department, which were in tbe main building The buildings occupied uy the pauper and insane were both completely destroyed, onlythe foundation walls remaining Three chimneys stand is monuments in the midst of the scene. The insane department was in a separate building to the south of the poorhouse and divided by a driveway. There were forty- three inmates, and iu soon as the keeper, William Hall, was acquainted with their peril he opened the doors of their cells, al- lowing the inmates to leave their and enter the halls and thence make their on cape to the open air Four or five of took advantage of their liberty andevading the vigilance of the could not be found when wanted. The posse of sheriff Is scouring the entire county in search of tho fugitives. Two, who w captured, wero found five miles away, and (Viisted vigorously before they allowed flwoisehrs to IK lotukri A dry, hnr-Hnf rv pt run bronchia! tubes in A of Irilt' Tion, whtrh If not loaAto hron- phi tin. Mo prompter remedy can than Avcr's Oheiijr Pectoral, which IsDlJli odyne and expectorant. A YEAR'S LABOR STATISTICS utei repoil dii luise of Ii MII- uport mi nf hoiu the question of biuott duinu tht past four jot! s out ot 7 I establishim nts i ii d inadi ui no ott it 1 hi tiumh gn i n to sti ikt is t n ind) follim Ihi sSop U id hul liidti iinoNiniiiit il !s i-often us not dont in a hulT an 1 qim 1 I In nuinhii of and LCiils in MtriKp- tin past !m n- IM 4s 14ti 'i he i inn nt resolir on loi sulimitting tn of fa peopli i pi ihiliition amend mtnltothi si iti on-Mt ntion adopted u inj tiet'ii p issed qii goes to tlit piopli pnis tlie ordeal of the ill i (hi Clio be takt n in 1-H the annual tax p H-I 1 lin tati oftaxaltoii fin Mils n In I mi a thounniiil ul asstsstd ion I i I tiie rutt >i or vl I1' i t hau last year A BIG LAW SUIT An Utempt to Dilii lhi d nun trustu s tn N horn the) all then interests mid property, reivl aud IHISOUA! The trustees assumed control ind ment of the entire intirests of the tinsts It is claimed, on the part of the state that by entering into this trust agnemeut the Standard Oil company sum mined itf propert) to the nine trustees md was n party to the formation of a ti ust u Inch is Injurious to trade and conmien e The petition very long, but sti ipped ol its legal M'rbage is as follows That by entering into the trust agrtemeut with other corporations, the Standard Oil com pany nested all its property in the uire ol the trust, and thus annulled the coiporate rights conferred upon it by the state oi Ohio Attorney General Watson he was not instigated to tiring the iiut hj any other oil delears Ponell on the stand. Lmi F Hot k, Ark., May 9 I he s-ession of the Claj ton wasenlnened In the introduction of Pinvell Clayton as a witness His testimony lated principillj to the killing of old man Hooper fath t of Tom TIoopi r nou dead (hire If you have made up your mind to buy Hood's Sarsaparllla do not he Induced to take any other. A Boston lady, whose example Is worthy imitation, tells her eiperience below In one store where I went to buy Hood's Sarsaparllla the clerk tried to Induce me buy their uvm instead of Hood's-, hetoldaietbelr's would longer; that I might take It on ten 10 Get rtiys' trial) that if I did not like It I need not pay anything, etc. But he could not prevail on me to change. I told him I had taken Hood's Sarsaparllla, knew what It waa, was satisfied with it, and did not want any other. When I began taking Hood's Sarsaparllla I was feeling real miserable with dyspepsia, so weak that at times I could hardly lloocIV stand. I looked like a person In consump- tion. Hood's Sarsaparllla did me so much good that I wonder at myself sometimes, and my Mends frequently speak of It." MRS, EI.I.I A. Qoirf, 61 -Terrace Street, Boston. Oaroaparilla Sold by all druggists, f 1 ilx f or 55. Prepared only by C. I. HOOD t CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Hus. IOO Doses One Dollar of Oixr.lln Wnlnm, (1'lnf frtiilj, IIM, Sulk- of ftll VPAK LO CAMERA'S GENKBAL CONFKtmONKBY, -4e. Superfine Cream ChocolatM specialty. An immense assortment of CaohouB, LOMO' ges, Drops, Cough Candlea, Nnt f-ndiw. Cur- smolfl, MixtnrM, Penny Goods, Turkish Oandiea, French UfcitnB, French Glvr, rto. Prices moderate.- 205 SOUTH BROAD 8TBBET, NEXT TO BROAD STKF.hT BANK. PBOJT. a ii n i-- in i i t i- i I k 111 mi; Joliu M Mun nut ni i, i PIMM 11 luytoo, who mMi 111 i in [HI brother hat! nut hin., t i l Ins own ii-'t 1 foi ilit- purptisL1 of tflluiK whether or nut In1 liul to the election, iMi to pn truud tit the lls Jh Mplud tliat he hud care fulh autiotitd tlu pohtK i tins against crooktd k Itutlti'i rropcrt} Vttiwheti. -An attnthinent in the sujii of (MXDmM Iteen here on of (itn Hi'Ujamiu I'1 Butler in an action of tnntnut bj the First Na- tional bank of New bim port Die writ imaniHt Btnjaniin T Butler of Lhy ell and I bin Hojuton of Wt-B. Neu bin pott foi HUM h o-parttu rs unitoi tin firm mum of tht I'entui ket (oinpnii) and is returnuble at Nilem on the Ihst Mondiu in in the mtperioi con it Hilton siud Fdltiti Gruhiim. M KditortJralmm of I be nit] bus t iniifjit suit against Heiiiv IIilto.it foi ilauiitties for hlwl 1 lu alleged lilti 1 mtaiiudin the let Mi Hilton to the district ittoim ib it suit loi nminal libel IK bitjuuht against I be 01 Id on account of it- itt u kupon Mi Hilton In tills let tt i tin i and piopi n toi s of the papei ufirifd to as nusdiatitx liars black maileis and skunks Del iivaiu'ri Ticket II Del -1'bnt) nine deh iti s it1 at t In satna that tTir llTid In Trtntoi. 10 FkOar ultilfJHitt pn ftnd flhtp ffoodl Eld fur un delifd. ad Rtanip for C LC1ICB8 UFO O 145 Hth i .1 .i OPPOSITE CITY HALL. We control the Pwuol tiitdc of and we fall? giiarantM that ear and XTmbrallu of the Teij material obtainable, and also of the Bneit workmanihip. All of our at whlch cannot be besten In the large nor apjwhore elM. Also opened bsa ilooV of fine Kid Gloves tn all and prlcoi, wmanted lor their dnrabllltj. to- gether with a fnirilne of 811k and OloTea and Children's T Oor- Ktf.Flne Honleij. Under Otfinvtt. Umbrella and Vaiina Bmporln.. IN THR Ulflf, i -or illix. j. x Celebrated Spring Styles now on 16 Krmt PURE SOLUBLE CHEAP. Rich Digestible Stimulating. Nourishing. Having a peculiarly delicious flavor a food and drink combined at a half cent a cup and fit for a prince. "BEST GOES FARTHEST." HOUTFNS I III

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Publication: Trenton Times

Location: Trenton, New Jersey

Issue Date: May 9, 1890

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