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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               wpiw w'V VOT.: V1IT. NO. 9314. TKKNTON, WKDNK8DAY AKTKKNOON, MAY 14, 1890. TWO HE CHANGED HIS lUNE. Judge Masterson Refused to Prosecute Alice Hopkmson, AND VLIII 1IU) N01H1X, 10SAT. The Slioutni, l, still a Mjsteiy, for liutli I iitus I iitiititl When Ihoy I mul tin (mill I.ii Million am Mils n in Ti x IH NMOoii Miv II c [ntiili t mil mine ouner, rus'ied into the est llmtieth street sta tion lunse, Mnneli) nvht with the icvoher in his h mil itli w hn h he ntircei Mrs Alice I He pkms n h el ittcinptcel to kill him one ol his noli ithj ntteianees was that Ins hie. h ul been thieuteueel by a "well known hi lekinailer lint at the Jeffeison Mulct court jesterela} Judge Mahterscm had quite changed his tune No H ll Jfe to Makt I h no c i to in ik< against her he sun! in nsu i iu Justice in s ernes tion i eie n t iinicmbci what oeeurred lien nstne in tinned to Mis Hop kinsoii ml isl 1 w hit hu she had shot at Masterson the bcioie w ith the pistol he show eel hci In rcsj tide I the laelj innocentlj, "Inevei saw that pistol befene in all mj life George Pi Mrs Hopkmson s coloreel sennit testiheel ti to Mi Mastersousie itlence on Monel u with some le ers He heirel words on hn letin n it twee n Mis H( pkinson and Jlleigi Mast so i ho had an n eel w hllo he was ihseii He heaid the Jlielge call the woman a lilackm ulci and sn All I want fioni you is mj hundrcel thousand dollars erj f xtritoi   Case Mrs Hopkmson answered that she had woil eel haul for it and dieln t ptopose to gne it up mil immediate h after that a pistol shot was heard Bradlej saw Mas terson come down the stuis and go into the street with the pistol in Ins hand lus tice Hogan was forceel to dismiss the case which he did w ith the follow ing suggests e language 'ihis is a Mrv e case, and I think the coloied man is the only one who has told the tiuth No sooner had Justice pronounced the dismissal of the ease than each of the principals hun icd ofl in opposite directions Mr Mastcison with his 12 boj Howard and fi ends leturned to his quarters at >so li Thirty second street and Mis Hopkmson went back to her flat at Xo T M est llnrtj sixth street Alice Talks Freelv Mrs Hopkmseni talked with apparent freedom alnut the aftair Ihe said she that I lilackm uled Judge Mas terson is utter nonsense I got worth of mining stenks from him as the fair share of mj efforts in a business tran saction Judge Masterson was drunk or he never w ould e made such a fool of him self Mrs Hopkmson added that Judge Masterson her cousin and that there had i r been anj e passages be- tween them She said that Judge Master eon had assaulted her on a- previous occa- sion. Mrs Hopkmson declared that her bus band who was dead, had been a laige dry goods menhant at No .305 Broadway, and that on his death the had imested the money he left w ith Judge Masterson who had made a foitune from mines m New Mexico Jus Hopkmson said that Judge Masterson was w ilcllj jealous because she intended to main agun One of the first things Judge ehei on aiuvmg home was to w ute a letter to Mrs Hopkm sons husband warning him of the course his wife w is pursuing This hardly accords with Mrs, Hopkmson s claim that she is a widow His A erslon of the Shooting Juelge Masterson s version of the shoot- ing is that w hen he went to Mrs Hopkm son's loom on Monday ening she began reproaching him with getting letters from other w omen A quarrel ensued and the drat thing he knew a bullet went whizzing past his ear Judge Masterton said he wouldn t swear that Mrs Hopkmson fired the shot He could not tell where it came from He had quarreled with Mrs Hopkin son before because he had once found her in lici flat dunking chamnagne with a inun named George Carroll 'I me i her in Chic igo a jeai ago" he said md h n ing been told by my mother that she was a relatu e of mine I helped her along b> taking her into a mining in with me through which she maele a good deal of money I love her, but she has fooled me, and I ftn done with her  rt time to Judgt Giesham for a writ of habeas cetrpus foi tin release from the penitentiary of the eoimcted Anarchists lielelcn Schw ib and onthegiounel that the piisouers are de tamed without of law Gen Butler who is icgulailj ictamed as asso- ciate counsel mtliecasc Anar chists aie illegalh helel ou the ground that aftei the se ntc nee of eleath w as p tsseel upon the cetnelemneel Vnarchists, and Neebe was doomeel to spentl llftecn jears m the pem teutiarv the case w as appealed to the su preme court whcrethe finding of tin lower court with the sentence of eleath foi bpies Parsons Liiigg Fischer FJngel and ticlelcn was aihimeel Hie pnsonirs wile not taken befoiethe supreme couit to heal this amimation of their sentences and their law jers weie not even notified to be picsent Ihe claim is maele tliat this is a bteiw h of constitutiemal rights and that the constitution goes so far as to that a sentence etf death rendered in the of the pusoners was not elue process of law Gen Butler w riles under dateofMaj 10 After giving sumeicut e to the iccord in the case of In Men come fnlh o the conclusion that such ac t ion is u roll HIS in t eat it w is an attempt to t ike hm lite without din pr< cess of law Itherefene ithise }our tak mgawrit of f nor to coricetedbj tile ju lament of ttic supreme court of the I nitcd ites If am tech meal objections aic made go to the ciituit court for a writ of h ibe is corpus for i leld en, because under that writ the facts as well as the law can bo disciissi d and forms are of no cemseemenc e when thei stand in thewa} of the luc cours< of just it Of eemrse the decision of tluxe  foi double the amount of the bouel L p to i late hour he had not secured bail and a elpputy marshal went home with him Whitmj Vgam Arrested- Whitney wis also rearrested at the in stance oft he I nitcd states authorities upon a ch fri m the bank J45400 m Deecmber iss He was repre- sented counsel and was told that he would be he! 1 up inm i! nine unt bung fKed because the bail in the other courts was sufhcient His c IH was set el >nn for r n Maj 21 and hi is nou at home m the custodj ot a marsh il Hit other case will be hearel on Tlu Store Selied The Goulds stoie was b} the sher iff to aid ui satisfying the confession ol judgment m f or of the bank Ihe stock will not biing the amount due A LIVELY MAYOR Shooting lit and Insulting People and Driving Families CED-vnKus lla May of the able boehei1 en here been going armtd all there are few people on the stre ets or ottrell and his marshal caused the lawlessness and terror The light h iiise ktepi r was shot at on the street bj (ottrell last Saturday, but was not hit Cottrcll held up the of the and P railwaj with a double bar relied shotgun but the agent disarmeel him He next the Ijnited States col lector of customs, and, with his marshal by his side both with drawn pistols insulted him and threatened to put him in jail the moment he dared to leave his office He thieateneel also to horsewhip the Episcopal minister anel his wife, most estimable peo- ple Ihe man went to Tallahassee to complain to Fleming, and on his return of his parishioners met him and escorted him to his home Cottrell has committed a long list of lawless He killed his brother in-lawover a drink of whisky shortly after the war He had eight indictments to answer at the last te i m of the county court, but as matters w ere so arranged that the jury drawn was an illcgil one he got off He was formerlj an inspector under the Demo- cratic collee lor but the new collector dis charged him Collector Pinkerton has gone to lacksomillc and a pmate tele- gram frpin him sa} s that he will return in the morning with four deputy I nited States marshals to capture Cotttell and his allies A large number of prominent citizens left tow u with their families ilie Mill of Justice in Connecticut DANBTJP.} Conn May ears ago James McNiff pouneled Francis Burns to death on Turner street McNiff was ar rested on a charge of murder and m the city court was found guilt} of manslaugh ter anel bounel to the superior court McNiff pleaded guilty yesterday to a sim- ple assault and was fined and costs by Judge Phelps [In January, 1889 Frank W toote while recklessly driving, ran over Carrie Platt on Main street, fatally injuring hei He was arrested on the charge of manslaughter, and m the city court was fined and costs and sen- tenced to three months in jail He appealed and to the superior court was found guilty and fined ?50 and costs and sentenced to one day in jail President Anderson's Will. ROCHESTER Y May will of the late President Anderson, of the Uni- versity of Roche ster, has been admitted to probate After providing for an annuity of 1600 a jeai to Joseph G Gilbert, and another of WjOO to Euretta D Gilbert, of Newton, Ills the will bequeaths the re- mainder of the estate of to the Uni- versity of, Rochester corporation, "for the sole use and benefit of said university for- Ihe instrument is dated Feb 22, 1890, only a few days before the testator's death T" Superintendent Healy'ft Defense. PEOViDENcr, R I, May 14 Nicholas Van Slj'ck made his argument in Superin- tendent Healy's defense in the state home and school investigation Mrs E B Chase, the Valley Falls philanthropist, read a statement arraigning the management of the school Lawjer James Ripley spoke for the board of eelucation, and R S Corn- stock made the argument for the prosecu- tion. The committee will present its find- ings to the May session of the general as- sembly at Newport Senator wolcott Marries. BUFFALO, May 14 Edward Oliver Wolcott, of Colorado, and Mrs Frances Metcalfe Bass, of this city, were mairied in St Paul's cathedral today A wedding breakfast was served immediately after the ceremony at the residence of the bride's mother The bndal couple will leave on a special car for New York at 4 o'clock this afternoon Senator and Mrs Wolcott will make their home at Connecticut avenue, Washington, D C Pennsylvania Alauued. LANCASTHi, Pa, May of worms resembling the army woim are making their appearance in the sou them and eastern parts of this county and are ravaging the grass fields Farmers are much concerned over the appearance ot this new pest The National Temperance Society Meeti NEW YORK, May 14 Gen Clinton B. Fisk presided over the meeting of the Na- tional Temperance society yesterday after noon Aillrcsses were byCten Flik.Rev Dr Cuyler and others Mnmnm (to heir little boy) Now, Bennle. If em rood and go to sleep, mamma '11 obtained by the use of Hires'Cough Cure glvo you ono of Dr Ayer'n nloe sugar-coated Perfectly harmless It can only do good No Cut hurtle Pills next time yon need medicine I poisonous drugs I n It 25 cents only Bennle, smiling sweetly, dropped oft to sleep atonoe, Bookund Job Printing done U the iiw offloe, THE WORLD N ill II ll I I lnllt Se 1 [I Nen 11. 0011 i U M i I 0 H Hi I t "i I 1 1) i I i i 111 f I III II L 1 M r] I 1 L i I SI 111 i s I H. 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M ir it u s t n in si 4 hel 1 In ill HI Ulli Iti jir erlj helel Neuh i men win in the I u uli in tin iftein n Hi fine the para le tin iiLjinenl of Hiliinmn iillts was pie se ntt 1 w ith i huilsriie st ind of colors tin officers of the Oielti (fill borui ins of innettKilt Lust infill ihero were two mil b ills At IK ception tcndt red the tide s w is uttt ndt d by si ite md citj i Ibei ils Ihe gi md march was led Geneinoi anil staff Will Succetel liiik" 101 I Kv Maj 14 11 Dim i cratn j int legislative emeus n s ml led last night md wtnl int the nomm ition of eandicl ites f >r L i 1 lies senatoi Representative Carlis] i eiuor Knott Hon Jj 1 i ml Judge 1 indsay were pi ice'd in i n n ill n Just is the ehurnian of the cant s uisti de img a bahot a HKitiem was mult t m the anti Cailisle faction to adj mn I lit motion was carried by a vote t it t i -Hi Several Carlisle men, tcel for adjournment That Petition to the Nm "ioiik Maj 14 The Sibi i in Petition assoeiitiou organlzeel m Ihila delphia is pursuing its work vigor and snu ess Hretano Br tltis i 11 nion have assigned i 1 sU f n the convenit tire New York will also tike charge of us f r the cause Hie assoe mtion Is ti ib tain a million signatuws before 1 nv inhiiij the petition to the c? ir Sigi inn s aio now being iceened at the rati f I TOO a day Cannot Ite Helel for nt BAIIIMO L Maj '-limit de- livered an e pinion iu the case of -t< Archer ex strife trcasmer in wliih it is held that Arche r cannot be tri 1 f r em T he argument was t n a ele- murrei to the indictment chaining him embezzling horn the si ite Ihe state will now have to relj upon the inal feasanee case at Keystone State I nit Coniiiiissionern HAI RISIH I u Maj nen r Heav HAI Risni I (t Maj nen r Heaver has appointed the follow inn con mission to represent Pun sjhanta at the ild s fair in ChicaKo lohn I hiladel phia Mctalimn Pittsl UL, John W Hallotk I rie and K )i K tickets, Wilkesbarre altein vte "shotwell, Pbilaelelphia is commissioner it laige ISew Ni Munlr Hall NEW Yen k May 14 Car negie jesterd 15 peiformi I the ceremony of laying the cot IK r stone of the new musio hall which is to lie limit at '-eveuth avenue and Fifty seventh street Ihe structure cost of ip given by Mr Carnegie Sevcial speeches Makes the Hvej ot many pebple miserable, causing distress after eating sour stomach, tick headache, heartburn, loss of appetite, faint, all gone" feeling, bad taste, coated and irregularity of the bowel? Dyspepsia does After not got wcl1 o' it Catlncr re1ulre' careful attention, Killing Hoods flarsaparllla, which acts gently, yet efficiently It tones the stomach, regulates tho diges- tion, creates a good ap- oi-i, petite, banishes headache, I L. tmd refreshes the mind HOBatlOhO I have been tronWed with dyspepsia- I had but little appetite, and what I did eat distressed me, or did me intie good After eating I wmild have a faint or tired, all gone feeling, as though I had not tmten anything. My trouble wai aggravated by my business, painting Last spring I took Hood's Bar- _. U saparllla, which did me an StOrtiach Immense amount of good It gave me an appetite, ana my food relished and satisfied the craving I had previously experienced." OBOBOK A PAUK, Watertown, Mass. Hood's ftarsaparilla Bold br all rtmggtjti by C I ROOD A CO 10O Oollar II M NMV 'i II U II M stat head 1 I i I t I i in i f lit iu s in t 1 u tin N k 1 il 1 I) i M I 11 1 1 II I I t I Ij I I eati i if Id hat III I t l 1 I u alii n s 11 i 11 l in I i i verted lits v i tis sj u 11 f stocks mi 1 I i is u I til n i u deposlte 1 I tl Iii u was bn Id i I i li vl i la i 1 the aim i t I I I it I u t le 1 him In 11 i h f I s till him t i tin 1 1 I I 11 t u t not f tth t 1 u t ik-cu t Ludlun MI i 11 1 Ilic I ottfM H Hit Dill 1 M vv n is M U I li i ini foi th( 1 l l l n i Nau I ttin n has otien 111 si 1 i t v s sun I! ,1 u U u f 1 t i in for Ihi i n I t hi li u t i til m panj f i tut t t fi H vi it t i s i HI foi tin ent it 111 1 he i st n n n lire si llti ill lit tin i lull tin tun flli I I it i until I s[ I f I he hi, i i n is s t I 1 11 i u it with tin In s n i i t i i i i f ti 1 )tt( t e it l! v p i[ is n th n 11 l i til 1 I I n i i i mil II 1 is i 11 it j i uli 1 I! t n i n 1 ft I lit! Sin I mi CM isi VV 11 1 l M n U 11 i us n i Is 111 l I llll 1 I 1 I pi in L, tl i it I f II tl t t i (llsltl t 11 tl I I kilts Ml II pe is ii ii i t 1 u i 1 u i ii I f the him I li In I mi, VI i 1 ifld [he mist (hi i nsnl in 1 1 ill I tl lls t et h 1 I the I mti 1 -s i s (ent n t I i i i it i hul (is i j i I ill 11 it I'K pris IK i u i s il i it I n i II hum II MI M U tt I l! I tl l I Is 1 V I 1 ball i nt will 1 i I i 1 iu th 1 St itis n it it hilv 1 I 1 Iii tlun OHKers Ilimt (In Hill ll I sM I II I Ma} 11" 1 n tout Jtis v efheiiM in t whom vvitc ISSIK 1 n M n 1 u failc It 11 u t i L.IVI bail visti r I n It is said th u if thev d i not piesuit tin m selves an todav, In arrested If bail is n it furnished tin) will be sent to the eonntv jail 1 hi bail Mixed at (KKJ e e  ill-, de- pending on a weak or inactive :onditiou of the KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS. It tl most excellent remedy known to CLEANSE THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY When one is 1 h or Coust paled PURE BLOOD, REFPEBHIMC SLEEP, HEALTH and STRENGTH NATURALLY FOLLOW Every one is using it and all are delighted ith it ASK YOUR DRUOCI3T FOR MANUFACTURED ONLY BY CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO FRANCISCO, CAL, AT HF W A ITIiTC-f PARASOLS 'J', OPPOSITE CITY HALL. We control the Parasol trade of Trenton, and we fnlly guarantee that onr Parasols and Umbrellas are made of the very best material obtainable, and also of the finest workmanship All of onr goods at prices which cannot be beaten in the large citlef nor anywhere else Also opened a beautiful stock of fine Kid Gloves.In all shadus and prices, wanantod for their durability, to getber with a foil line of 811k and Lisle Gloves and MHU, Children's Lace Caps, Cor lets, Fine Hosiery, Under Garments, faces and Tjice Goodd, Tidies, Notions, etc, eta ANGKT.O CAMKKA'S GENERAL CONIKUJ.IONEB7, Jr U J.-XW, IT O V to. Superfine Cream Chocolates a specialty Aa InnnenBd of Cachons, Loxen- gw, Drops, Cough Candles, Nnt Candles, Car- amels, Hlztoreg, Penny Goods, Turkish French Crcung, French Glaogs, etc. Prices moderate. 806 SOUra B80AD HlBRKT, NEXT TO BROAD BTBFKT BANK. Celebrated Spring now on Sale 16 The Famous Cocoa of Europe The Coming One of America. Van Ilouten's irnt m it f the flesh forming cle-ments eif e >r than is jbt uncil In the best processes of other manufacturers. BEST GOES FARTHEST." Doctejrs and inalysts of tin hiKhf st st inding all over the wo i lei, certify to this inline use, swing, uiel b) V Hou- 11 N s spce ul piocess only c in this be Ut um 1 AN M H n v I r i tr I al utc 1 hnri tt itroiif I vantage of loflv nc ll l IIIJ tr IflolTnrM till crv n 1 N t v i I r t n pf r. t af nil parU flht vorll tl l 'nl ,1 flrnn 4 rt-cnminenilmt hy tnctllp ll m n often hule ant) ilckt rlehand piiur Atkl r V v-J H lilNSftnl il f jlur STRWAB.r BUSINESS IIAMMOJN'n YOUNG LADIES OKNTIFMHN IMMFDFAIK "d 8EEVIOE m OOUNllNQ-EOOM il'S SUCCKSSKUT. CAfAKT.K, KDUCATORS, TS, WOKKHlKS. NO EKING, NO NON-ESSENTIALS, NO NONSENSE in ita COCRbl. OF TRAINING Method', Bncctufnl Ttathing, Indmdnal AtUntion, factory Progikia. The Shorthand Department Offers the very bwt facilitiei for skill in. RAPID AND BUCCF.88FUL PKOGRW18 OUARANTFFn Morning, AfUmoon EV.HI.B OK ti in Baorthuid.' Fer J. MONDAY, siflKi1. ad. Box 637, TsfmiOB, N. J. 1O 19 Sonfh Oronno ntrnor TRIMMINCiS AND NOTIONS. Grandest iHnplsy of TriinmlnOT, No- tions, Fancy Goods, Hosiery, Glovei ever before thowu in this city, conaiBtlng of nlmoet every- thing that gexM to matte np a fli8t-i-lR.il rtore, srai'h u Zephyia, Gernixntonu Wool, Shetlund Fiona, Rtbbonn, Chenille Ornamentc, fringe, Fancy Tidies, Bottom, Gimps, Collars, Caffs, Fmbroiderlei, Felta, Face Powders, Soaps, Com In, Brnshea, Nail and Tooth All the leading makes of Corset Including the celebrated C. P. Curaet Feirls Waldte for MKv All the moot desirable of Underwear for fjulios, Qento and Children Camola' Hair, Medicated Scarlet Natural Wool and Merino Goods fall Manitnient that will be to S. S, 121 and 12? N. Greene Street. -iiiAitn i --i SS KKOTllKKS WANT TO COMH: TO STOKK, T.QlTKK AKOUNn AT WIT.T. ANH TllKM- AT IIOMK. There are opportunities for whiling away pleasant hours in all the departments. Among the Books there is something new and interesting every day. Porcelains, Glassware, Silverware and Household Articles preach little sermons on home economy, and at every turn ring in your ears our T.QW-fKlCR ANH IHC1II- VAT.UK SOME UNUSUAL P ices arc made to day in pairs of LAniKS1 FKEVCH KlU Shoes of uncommon goodness Utility beauty are beyond diapate, bat the pncefl will doubtless create a sensation So far as wo can ascertain the shoos are_ retailed at 75 to Oar price is 70 a Pair. Opera maare and common sense toes. TUMBLKRS We unhesitatingly say that we can. give bettor values in Glamware than the strong- est competition, 300 dozen Tumblers, in a large variety of engravings, marked dowit for to day from 90c, and to 79c. a Dozen. Bear m mind that this extraordinary op- portunity is limited. GOOD, ROOMY Willow Market Baskets, In both square and oval shapes, have boon marked down from and to 57c each CLOTHES RASKR1S Descend from the three-quarter dollar mirk; to 40c each And thus all through onr Willow Ware Department you'll find prices in tnne with SLIP COVERS For an average sized snite of furniture are made to order from the highest grade of BELGIAN I.IKfEN For the email price of BO AWNINGS Of ordinary size are and pat np with galvanized iron frame complete, for 50 Boyle's stripes and Coyle's frames FIVE HUNDRED Parasols, disclosing the prevailing shapes, sizes and colors of the season. ALL SILK SURAHS In both plain and striped effects Also Black Satin and Grenadine stripes 8, 10 and 12 ribs. 4O Each A glance at forluor prices, and shows the redaction withont farther anno tatlon. CLIPPED PRICKS Rule in Fine Handwear The Handwear is above reproach, the prices below the lowest Ladies' 4 bntton Genuine Kid Walking Gloves, a pair. Tans, modes, grays and blacks 8 bntton Mousqnctaire Saede, all shades. 25 and RO a pair Regular price, 1175 and NEW-COMERS In our celebrated FKDORA SUEDE Gloves 4, S and 8 button Mousqnetaire in exclusive stylea. j. Jj.1 i A i lv--i Advertise YOUR "WANTS" INTHB TJKWrON TIMK8.   

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