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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               renian VOU VHI. NO. 2393. 8ATUJKDAY AUGUST 16. 1890. TWO I F WAS MURDER'S WEtK. A Long Series of Crniies in South Carolina INHMlLr UANSLAYER8. Hum Hiicl Mai Isasli aged 10 and 1 -3 tutly Kill Tlielr Cruel I title with u and a Hoe In HHI S C Aug 16 This week was a bluod) in tit lastorj of Abbeville Lountj I nduj Julia Burtnn, wife of Ned Purton was found dead m bed with n. grtut ymh in her head and a bloody ax tht flioi Iht dead body of her busban 1 H4 (_ n U d fr jin the rafter in the same room Out i nd of a trace chain encircled his net k thu other cud being fastened to thi nftcr He had evidently arranged tho chaiu himself and Jumped from tht loft, a.s his ntck was broken. It wan clear! fnaseof murder and suicide, tl H tin. a Jealousy C u the Deed Lhutluj JLeiiLiiis, a railroad Inhorer, was talking uh i woman was whtii Pdcr Ashlt) slipped up be- him and struck him in the head with an ax killing him instantly Jealousy was also the titusL of this crime the wom- an hating forinf liu d with AshUy, whom she left t w tth Jenkins the imudeier trs< aped Two A most hunt 1< crime was committed whtn NtKrjn Nash who the care of feani un 1 Man n Nash, orphan children of hn brother 10 and 12 years ordered by- them (ire in jail and hme confessed that mur n d th< ir uncle The) say he was cnn 1 t them tnd whipped them uumcrci fulh up HI slight {JiouxatLon Ihcir un cl< tlj m to kill him assuring (in th it were too jouug to be pun iih 1 V hi H v, ife was away and lit ty stooping the fire cooking din mr jxd up behind ami dealt him ft fi irful I low in th  Her Lover Thf finiltrigf h of the wef k culminated ji Rflhe ttilsoa died from the tfTtCtsof a pistol shot fired bv I jhn irur her Icner, the bullet pen etr the_ IntiJn f ouuor clairah thnt thp piste I wt nt K iduitallx but Hose in her antt morl  ablowwhlcU broke his and nused Jus death The next thi rt yreat indignation, and n he had to taken to P ii'-furg to lynching hen he w.is bt ought herein Ma> for trial he came nnhtarj escort and the troop-i remaiiu i on duty In the court rodm during the trial 1 he drop fell at 1025 and Phillips nn k was broken lie was probablj the coolest m in seen on the tjaUyw1- Ho guilt, and said hew is going to heueu Ihe execution was ale fi" to Poughkoepgio RotUfsTPi. V Aug Friday was the last d of the Rochester meeting of the grand liottlng circuit It has been a niLLbng oi 1 atictegs m- every i IIH hordes go from here to Pough keepbie w he re the next meeting of the cir cult takes place Ihe free for all race prosed something of a only two ht irters in that In the pacing r ice one heat WHS paced in 2 12, the last ijiiArtiu .of that hnnt h y paoo3ina3G6 The free for all trotting purse of was dmdfd between Rosalind Wilkesand Pusicb Time 2 2 316% A Murder  and whHe it Una heavily guaided thuie is nu appearance of opposition 1 hej ro id 13 fast getting down to business and tiie West Alban} ird has begun to look llvelj One hundred new Pinkerrnn men mil formed in IK it blue suits have just irrived Onthepait if the strikers was quiet but thev still insist that the strike hasonly just begun and there will be other developments B-ion The Strikers Last Proclamation The strikers have again issued a procla- mation It reads as follows The situa- tion is still improving Reports from all pomtamdli ite that the greatest enthusiasm prevails Lirge meetings are beiugTield Public opinuiu it incHsuing in our favor and offers of financial assist- ance pouring in from all sides which tends to make the situation extremely en A monster mass meeting was held last night at the Lark street rmk and the ut most enthusiasm was displayed There were manj speakers and all were cheered Ui the echo The general opinion here is that the s'rike is over and the men are filial Ivbpf nfj up appeflranpes Iw I'inkertoii Men Killed i he morning the city was shock ed bj the r mor that an_atrouous murder had been oramitted at est Albany by trie strike! It proved to benntiue It appears th it about 3 o'clock a m two Pinkerton men Alfn 1 I n lingron nr, George D K suiter, walked down the net- work of tiacksin the "W est Albanv yard, where they-had bten- switches At the Ontario street m thev stepped aside to let a w estbound passenger tram go weie struck b} the mail Both were hurled Kome distance and killed instantly The coroner on reaching the place found that both bodies had beeu robbed while Ijmgon tlio track Ihe Pmkcrtons who identified the bodies laughed wheu Cor ener Dunn appeared horrified at the crime He said he used to be a Reading railroad conductor and had been with the Pinker ton band through several strikes It was not unusual to find bodies robbed five minutes afti r the men were killed 1 000 Plnkertons at Albany. For reasons best known to itself the Cen- tral railroad continues to miss armed men at this point 1 here TTas been no rioting here and no strikers have been arrested, the men repeat their assurances of intend ing to keep order and art-still gum the entire tone i f the railroad in this section 1 bey have even the approaches to the public bridge at West Albanj where the Pmkertoiis assaulted lecentl} and are keeping all strikers aw ay from it As near as can be estimated the company now has nearly 1 000 Plnkertons in this im mediate vicinity Their presence will surely lead to trouble unless they keep Btrictly on r ulroad property Iu the mug a number of the Pinker ton men stationed on the track in the northern section of this city were stoned by M'Men In that neigh V" rhood Tlic leieiteil injuiles and weie taken to the Pinkerton car in the I mon station where their wounds were phj Bicians It is not known whether the per eons w-ho threw the missiles were strikers >o Pay, No Switches Worked. CHICAGO 111, Aug of the switch men emploved by the AVabash Railroad company 111 Chicago struck About 200 men left their posts completely stopping all traffic Ihe trouble is over the uon payment of w ages Freight Yards Blocked BLFFALO Y, Aug, York Central passenger trains are running all right here but the freight yards are com pletely blocked Campbell and Hnntlngton Won Luis, Mass Aug 16 two final matches in the tennis tournament of tho Nahnnt Sporting club, took place here Friday 1 he first was between Hov ey and Campbell, the latter winning his sixth suc- twwive contest, making his record clean of BIX games won with none lost, and ghlng him the first prise in the tournament Score 1 6, 6-3, 6 1 The other match of the morning was that of R P Himtmgton, Jr, ULlrt P S Sears HlUiTlbgtorT won Score fi 2 0 6 6 1 Jockeys Badly Hurt LAWsot, Me Aug 16 collision oc cut-red on the race trook here this morning between a horse ridden bj Eugene Arthur andaTrotter and sulky driven by George Sweet iv era, horses and Bulky were thrown ml n confused mass Arthurs neck w us 1 iken and injuries to Sweet s spino and head will cause his death The horsee writ so badly injured they were shot Two Were Killed PnTiayii n Pa ner, aged 16 years, was instantly killed, and tiederlck Spescht, aged 20 wan fatally injured by the explosion of a ceutrif ugal hydro-extiactor in the cleaning room the liim silk mills Friday No medicine In the world Is In better re pute or more widely known than Ayer'B Bar laparllla a Bate and certain remedy for all manner of blood disorders, leading Wiynl clans and drugglsta everywhere recommend U In preference to oibtr. NEWS IN BRIEF, Prelh lip, n m thu Cmefully lullnl The p paint i n jl Louis k Vi 2JO s Qini n i f I'hlladelphio h t beeu a en let at (st Polut Y Mr tl e inloistir to ll I nltcd fr m N nun and t ii ten a htlti lo 3cx.il tar le> HL cepling hi-! n iti n to bt pi'-s i dl the enibaikatl i f the lilted v ship Baltim le litlit rtniiiusef tin a t In veiitor I ru s n f i dt n Atl( i M ner d Miller and f U have gone lo I n P ir N' J U it- thiy will reman i il ks H e has eom] lei' 1 n i jugh cnintoftl lid f Delaware h -h the 11 pul UK n bi 167871 u n rt ase since IKSII 1 ,'i ot 14 a per ChailotU m ens Inlu-ti il I f i f Vl i hai issue I a mil to the vvoini u of tl w orld lliv Iht m toatlend tl U men s Internuti n il (.undress t meet i 1 in 1891 llus is inten li I0n sider i ins of woman's ju emt ut m (onnei tu n vv ith the vvomin i i lustrial dej artnii nt i f tin league is w rkmg t t iblish to st jp all spin exhibiti i Hat in the futurr lintire rr i nt to the flutrs ui ill liic Com Iti club inf inn ii_ them tint the i t tvveen if Toledo, ai i I i inn of alift rnia which tl 11 ar ranged f r next week at their 1 i] w ild not be ilk wi d Thociiiftrn In tweeu the G L audHittli M i issociitioil I I r r bcntitnih 11' tin knu'hts of 1 i at Phlladi lj ]u i 1 i-. result! dm i 1 n to contn le tin i of iss-s Ht 11 n mil faeturirs tlsi t> empl hi IK apprcntRH f( r f fltteell j ur u liu. eli kra Ji i> rtached Cair ..ui the inlmi u I' mG in terror Dav i i i hv in in 1 ank v ui of engine N M in tin ISUtimore l i lino weie kille 1 in i w r 11 nt Ost eol i 1 i m ar Pi'tsburK Ihe arei vvaa caused 1} the 1 u ft tu- n the triik Ihe fiuuii vv is hurlt 1 t ilie "i livir Hid do an i '-'iilln in wi r (ru 1 i 1 to ilt i 1 vv reckers 1 i p cai 11 ou I IK l n 1 he li lllmi ic 1 Ohl railio i 1 i-- m i_ i e (1 jrt n the wncki r-, 1 v i Pnn su i il 1 i i t 1 ta f i in an inIM i u i ji t hi t i i e sninjil on I 1 i n K i II Pr -i li u ii i in uf H nilur i- i. fT u u it (ji I l i it) mv 11 II i r Ge IL, N el r f tht 111 strike it h i li n t n N "i n i ir rtMi  ruiet ata point ,IH.I miles i f liostoii, on OLI J3 IMill lili IlihlH (iiunterfLllcn (aiiilil, TllII XD1-LPHU V K) I mil I Mil mi t 1 lit ui I ss r tills I sti i aud Vudreu I dl i I) 11 1 1 in tin TTu iMilur f eoiniti ifeit in iiV ll men t tlielr puip elnuj i j 10 i ui jail Ills Mum a liiu 1 n I II TF lllfi u H n i the eo in il !l i I his si i d i sh lit of 4IKI in tin l( eon s e! 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Svrup of Fijs is for sale in 50c andjji bottles by nil leading drug gists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand mil pro- cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Lo not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. LOU1SVIIIF fr FRANCISCO CU K Y The larBest variety ot 1UPHIF1NF CHFAM CHOCOLATES guaranteed to be the Hnest made In the U H will be found at ANGKT.O CAMRKA'S Fine Cenfecrloriefjr ace so u j. BJSOAB TRFVTON N J Pan-y KruitB. Ire Cream Soda Water, Ice Cream Sodas, Milk Shakes, I emonatle itp al H ays on hand Hud the best that ran be had and made Thefte are lacts Trices conveul ent for nil JUMKO. The (Imp to purchaso lieHt Hplpoted (oal IH In Summpr Wlntprmrmths the trade IR puRhtnft bus coal com puny In haste to gpt out pro durtfldo not prepare aH when not so busy Wd are making a Bpecltil etrort thin Hummer to EPt the bpst roal that growfi and drllver It in the bent urmpe pndfltblC' Come and RPO Hie nt-ock and order for Winter PHONE 147. IN THK Oil If, Voumans' Oolebrated Spring j Styles now on Sale IIAllFH, 1C State IIAU Jills MAN Bongfet of the AMPRTCAN AND 00., hi would not cared how much wind whiitltd thiongh hu tmi uiU. an clothlig the Bovi Childisn with th. bt-1 BEST TAILOR-MADE CLOfHING At mnch 1 tkan pncji. Onr great to-day art 8A MPI.E OVERCOATS for 99 worth aid our 8AMPI.F SUITS, f 13, and for for and Snito Oviieocti. MADE TO ii bail hon-s 11, tht otaitij d -I with, aid nght along U> tl .A M MI i id A FIFTH ANNUAL FIFTH ANNUAT. GANNSlAlUKVIIlKiilLtil AT THf LyJL3 V Trenton Schwtfbische Volksfest Verein, nn !'ani 8, MOKS1M, GRAND STREET PARADED Of Hll the German and other RCM let if t of I rei inn nnd Ii mil i t l Chief MarOml Jiius DII-MFK Alln M kl FMAN Hll 1 I OUI II It Order of II U ink ler s lit ml M l-ruuiw Pumttr or[ 'on nlttee In f otitumes oitht Filliprl tnd I tihi Jelpbia (auniitatUr ht man UilLt-nh nist 1 ind I t-der Sunt, ihunl f I M n nn r lior liedertHld bti nil I urn r.in Ir nton Ms lur with i hi Id i en IIIPII in 1 b n MI it I in fos- tumes wutun Uli t t.t ru o- luinbiu und Genii in 1 i nn Kilt unri il tab lean 1'urade will htait Irom lurnii Hall Broad t-treet at i oihuk A M irp Arrival on tht groi nds nd t y (laihpr Prewitlynt of the I rt nton 8 Societj DhCOKA'lM) AFTLHNUON llrand Festival opening it _ I VI iri uraphal march around the bruit 1 1 n orlgliiJil poem E C vlil j Grand Picnic At 3 o clock P M loputar Itu Iamb Race for boyrf uud girls heiwi nf and 12 Po e Climbing f >r u Men H Hate and the celebrated suihuin H u Until in Lostutnes At the park HI i I t I ill Itantly Illuminated bj eltttrlt luliti Beginning at 2 o'clock I M n rt ind Picnic all kinds of garnet! su h is i- til Ihrenhing by men and woi it n sul Ha for boyH, Pole t imil ing Hu ket Hi h l ull for valuable prizes su ibiau t unirj l hrlstening Illmninatlon of tht i ark at evening P Only children in Mi il i in (ostumes will be allowed to uiUr g ui en and races COLUMN. 2S J I e ureeue strict cars run direct to the park H G MET7IFK hairmau JOHN HUCKLEK Secretary FOR THE COMMIT Tl HVIlL-BE-'VEll M (MI H J North arolinafue between Atlantic and Piuino entral li ct tion good ac commutations at reiiBonable rates, capacity 160 I1NUID CHAS E LOPE both of lienton N J ATTRACTIONS at MO-RIS ISLAND PARK T-eiE BEISE A IT COLORED BAPTIST CHURCH Will HfHTVTHUH ANNTAT AT MORRIS HLAND PARK For OMP Wrek, ComineneinK Sundaj, AilR 10th, ti> 17th IneliihHp Morning afternoon anil There will b( imlneut punchers at ever} servke and good old fashioned singing bteamer Edmartli teavefl foot of ClitT street eiery half hour Centre street cars run direct to boat Pare, Kmind Trip IS els Children, 10 ctn KEY A M 4MI1H, Past >r NKSIIAMINY FAT.T.S SUNDAY CONCERTS. COMMENCING UNB 16, 1890, The flnent programme of music ever oflored the public oooo oo Seventh Kegiment Hand. 3O ARTISTS 3O I evy, the World'n Greatput Bpetilnl AttrActlon lino, OrlRhiHl Tronpe of Alklmmn Jubilee SlngerB. Hppclal train M p M way M EXCURSION Til KHH 46 h NTS New Jersey State Nornia1 and Model Schools, Trontr n. FaU t  In Omul <0 W_ r FBOfli   

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