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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               titter. VIII. NO. COOL AS A SNOW FLAKE. Prisoner Birchall's Nerve Does Not Fail Him I O Hit Hrll VBOL1 Th i uilt u eem to JUDGE EARL NOMINATED lint to Iho Guilt of the until I lit Jury KefuHed to Indiit Mis Uirehull foi t ompllcltt in the Criiuu Out M.pt Ihe grand jurj rcfuscj to mint Mrs litre-hall for in the innrdei of Bentvell At the opining of the HI c lid dat of Blrchall B trial the prisoner ttas as cool as ever Cbarleif Hi tt 11 broil er of the murdered ntiliijl tin false tcith and plate the puicil ease aud i lut, aud kejs placed in evidence as being the property of his brother PutricJc MeGuire, li-vea near the scene of the trayedy testified that be was in the swamp on the Feb 17 ga hermg tamarac bark be'ttveen 10 aud 11 o clock within twe've feit of where Ben well u body ttas found He did not see anr fowl} cht-rr and said tfthue hud beau he c rliunlj ttould bate seen it of th.- Body Testifies Joseph Ihidye was next called The witness ttas one of the two brothers who found the bod> oil feb He detailed tin circumstances Cf nnected with the find of the bodj and described Us condl tion there beiiiK a slight covering of snow upon it His brother George was with him The) saw nj tracks if there had been recent tracks could have been steu The snow bad not been disturbed around the bolt in ant tvav told how the I and his-brotlu r had- f und tin i ea.se holder and under the snow In the cross examination the vtitness said when Benwell s body vvas fi ind his shirt front had the clean stiff appfariuce of being recently laundned Ihe bodv 1 as if it h id been df posited there b} somi b Ij The witness identified the clothhiL, presented in court as that of the deceased The Telltale figar Flvidge corroborated the ev idence of his brother in the fludmy of the body and gave the time of nudiug it as ibout 11 o'clock and aai 1 he remained bv the bodt until his brothtr vvuit and brought Mr Kabb He lal f und the ttlkile clgir case with I1 C lienttell written on it b) u u luitttll) striking It tvlth his ax Ihere hal been sufhcieut snow f ill to rnase Conntdhie Watson's Testimony Constiblc itson went oter the ground of finding the bod) and the discovurj that hn t T ,ut of tfi oc CJ ui si irt and white shirt Ihe witness stated that the clothing had been under lock aud ke) all and no one had had access to tbun II e wituiss identified all the cloth intf as th it worn bj the deceased also told oT ITiuteruivv ne Tiad with the prisoner on r b   i the in n i f i Hi IL.I u u it tt I n tl l il t 1 tl c m it i I i null n N t 4 is-jo lli> il it n li olllll s tt n al 1 Vi I ei n it is in le ll ible aul un pi it ul tl it tin full united Uenu ralie Miin0thsh uld be shown in tin ikctlou of in i beis f cJi and men from llif i Ity New I k ul ihe ells ling ell i I j! then t le Kesoltid 1 Ii it it 18 the sinse of this i nun l tee tint the dun MI i uf New or! Lityowcit to the d uioci tc) of Iho i He ind euunti) K illnti ttltl ut t f 1 nal liITi renct ill) n iJeniKntie ci li lutes fir cii0nss an 1 iisscinl 1) m t e tan us districts in New elt) to the ind tint as nun) of such candidates CM let ted is Kemilteil, ihatthis committee, and as be icte the Demoerits of the state would U gratified if the democracy of New V rk iit> tv I'KKNTON, AKTKKNOON, HHlTRvlBKK 21, 1890. SPEAKER REED'S SPEECH TWO GMN'J'S IN BRIEF His Plea for the Lodge Bill at Philadelphia. KHSIONE REI'lUUCiNS MFET. Pennnyli inla State Clubs Elect Oaioen and Hi Id a Great Mail Meeting at Whidi 1'romlnent Party Speakers Are Heard Sell, from the Political World. Pull  n enemy at the coming election He solved 1 hat a special committee of live be nuuointc.1 bj the chair from dis trlcts outside of New city to consult and advise with the various Democratic ns in isew ork utv in refer i nee t such union and to ud in H! ut 11 e s o ic and that s ich SJ ei lal c n nmtee i p r its pr the rebuks of Its en jrts and its if at b me subsequent meeting of the M e committee fji MH h action thereon its in i) beern propel in l lit pre mses A long ifldless tt i Is lied to the pejple of tin stui deiioiinnng the Republican pirtj, the fcdeM is _biH and ex 1 PI lit t ttlve Ijmh Hi ilfsiir. N Sept i4 1 he tl ul of Ikiectite 1 horn id L) nch u the charge of murder in the second decree m tn 1 klllliu Mm il SUddart was LOW 111 id I nt- la> indtnepiis ner tan acquitted llicjiry was ut frjni 1 X) to 'J4> Uu Mtv'lljjnch while utti mptjiM to arrest M 1 j ird f i a lint fence be tit ecu tl eir n vt rcsilenccs slut an 1 kllle 1 fj 1 lai 1 tnd ills ife I he si t jt lug i f Mrs bt{ d lar 1 was ac liiental the b nifL haMitg lieen mended for li r hiw bind Lht. bcondshit killed Hard Self dtfens was cla m 1 the r suuer wlu allege 1 th it 1 lar 1 slru I- tl him tt l h HI ix 1 he verll t jf th jur} w is U-dJj) b inu Lit [rfii I' Jt the i t 1 f spec ttors in the e urt room 1 nc! r> e t.iftl iUi. tl b) Justice tin tht jnrjrs t attorutts mdmmy uth( f (J t jid-hl 11 tO; rt pt rl I I jnlt in hisol 1 position tvheue-ter ue ttas re id> of Vo Lights '-ept 34 Vu accident HotNefl Sold YoitK Sepf ihe homes In tr lining belonging to H ainke .S. 1 ins, and those (f Williim wire sold in tin pi lihck at The irnke lot wllh the t xeaption of lit nhtre li p or while those ot s h irses veto g 10 1 Kcclare w is the stai of the x tin and shii mqiueUv run up ti at which figure tdie was seemed bj the Hugti Brothers Others th t brought good prices wore rrouteuac, v ars, 500 liy A Thompson Sihti I'liiue 3 years S3 GOO by C Jortlon loxmedc d jears 13.000 .half sisfcr to   -pi men anl diichiiiij the other fr i_ht e irs 1'itrck Ooj le of Boise liner i ts instanllj killed Kaiser lit r w ts everely injulcd and the nrem n ill) se ilded uciel ill Ktn up ihe engineer of ihe j irt n there were no lights n the rear eiil of the caboose Br oklji. JefTernon Club House Hi sept v4 fhe Kind's county I) m i jtit e jinniittee gave an in fjrmul to Onernor Hill and Gtneru r of >ew Jersej in their nw h n( In Ih Jt fferson building tsl i t n i 1 nc two and i i ipm st jo 1 in the and I e visit rsfnmel in line and passed b) 1 11 11 e h tn conlmued an f i id i h li when the reception was e i i Lat in the afternoon the mag mil tin e ub h( Use wat> formallj dedicated (incut i Hill tl e orator of the day spoke jn tin Principles of Jeffersouian De- uiocracj Uutiior Governor Hill i K Press says C i H o pnvate secretarj to Lieutenant Govt-rnor Jonps authority for the state men! that Governor irifTIs out of politics Coe the does i t vv int a renommation In speaking itb ill tne matter the lieutenant governor's steritar) sivs til ward I1 Jones will be tit- I) Hieratic candidate for governor nnd he will have the support of Governor It H He will tlso md isement of the larmers Alliance" Kroner Itright Hi FtALn N bept 34 H Bright one of the proprietors t f Ihe Oil compinv and chiiged with shipping naphllia t hat w is not pioperlj 1 ibeled on the steamtr lioga, has been apprehended and taKen before rommissinnpr beck His brother Joseph C Hruht, who is now it Pottsvllle Pi will also appear befoiethe cc in uissioner in a d ly or two Iheiv we will be tried befoie the bt r term of the I nited States court at Au hum WiiKht euUred i plea of not guilty was (txcd at 000 PUW1LII Absolutely Pure. A of UrUr bulling powder High eat of mil in leftf p. g, fieport, H, ttas CBUffhl In tho Act lex Stpt, Johnson, uli 11 1 M 11 titon was raunht in the act ot ti iluu fi in tin Church of tlit Suortd Hi ul He had nbmt KW north of pli mler tonsistingof candlesticks, in LU VThen t ipuutd ht wus mak his thionCTh i vund He took into In? conliduict n man who informed UR clnef of police of the contauipHttd roh- bir) N MM OKI, K I, Sept lln divtrce cii'ic of M ickiiy vs Mackaj in which Mrs Gordon M ickfiy sought sf panition from her hiiMUHiid on account ot adintuy hpj i 1 tod ly by Justice Matt )n of the Miprimf court UnMi-tim UN t f nti K ilmu nas natislartor} and tin orre was Blunted Mi-. Muknj will lime tho custody of hur two i lnldrcn Wire THppprs Smit to Jnll WARijIsorON Scjit J4 thice men- Bel uard McCiortv liankG P Innimli and Undo ai rest eil for j inj; ern Union toll uirei on pt 17 for the purpose of snindlms the pnol rooms, si nt to jail to awmt tho action of the grand juiy WimhtiiffUili l uric Acroproil S pt imtinml com ini-Mon hiue foiniallj ai cepted ton park IH ft poitloliof tlie site fi r tho World fa i _ r the pArfcyr the national and itate administration of affairs by the Re- publican party and nominees ot the partj for state officers Speaker Rsod il commend d for his genius and courage, which rescued the house of representatives from th control of Uemooratic filibusters Republ cans in both the national aud 1 oust- are applauded for the passage of the McKiulej tariff bill, and the speedy adoption of the federal election" bill is Speaker Keecl s Speech In the evening a mass meeting under the auspices of the league was held In the Academy of Music, which was crowded, Speaker Heed John M Thurston of Ne- braska f tn Daniel H Hasting George Uelamater Republican candidate for governor of Perinujhauia and Congress- man Dollnfr cf delivered speeches Speaker Hci 1 said Lntil recently I had feaie 1 that I not be able to be with yon to The w tcked have been verj ranij ant fir the last few dajs and I did not kn( u but that it would be neces- barj for me to stay with them or without them But all that is happily over The Republ cau party was born fighting Its very ben history was made on the battle field en c as well as military It is the verj essence of its existence that it should do battle f >r the Republican party means the forward movement of the people of the United States Dftnfwrnfg Not 'It his never been necessary for the to do (LauiihUir) e have just come from a scene which re- fcnuded who were m In the earl} lav s of the Republican party of the seem which took place there at the beginning of the war On the Democratic jside of the house during the past week we have been treated to empty benches the Democrats have not been visible (Laugh tSr I want vouTto" understand tHe Mill h ihev ihought demanded this magnificent uprising The Republican partj so far as the house of representa tives is concerned, has done what we re- gard as gr at deeds Ihe Democrats bave proclaimed them very wicked deeds We hav e passed a tariff bill which will secure the American market to American people That bill has been the subject of demon stration on the part of the Democrats al most too bitter to be put on record Ac cording to them the bill and the principle it represents have carried desolation into everj farm house in the country It has covered farms in the west three deep with mortgages and jet the Democratic mem berfc, w bile that bill was being passed, sat m their seats and were Another Bill "We Passed" e passed anothei bill This was a bill which they said would rum the pnnci pies of liberty It meant rum to homes it meant despotism and yet they sat there as sweet as summer But when it came to seating a negro simply because he had been elected the Democratic side of the house irose as one man and departed It is such little incidents as this that prevent the Democrats from pointing with pnde to the hist jry of their party But the great thing m this world is the people They make aud unmake parties, they create his tory, they govern and move, and the peo- ple of the L nited States are alone respon sible for this government. This fall, very soon, there will be an uxpitirtiuu oplu ion by the people, not full, free and frank expression because in thirty congressional districts of this Union the opinions of the people will be suppressed Now, when the column forms is Pennsylvania to be distanced because of absenteeism? Your duty becomes all the more tremendous when you consider what will follow your lack of energj Do you want a house which intends to transact business? It lies in your power alone This w no longer a nation that can stand speeches fifty-eight hours long It wants business A Flea for the Elections BUI. "If jou- believe that every man who is entitled to participate in this government shall cast las vote aud have it counted it is jour business to see that such a house is chosen as, will sustain and b ick up the present house of representatives Aeon stitutioual amendment declares that every male as enttUuL to participate m the government, and vet there is sitting today in Mississippi a convention seeking to destroj the franchise of a largo portion of the voting population There has never been any deiml of their purpose Do you mean to all nv the southern white man to count more than you do m the gov eminent of this eountryf bverv. thing depends ou you doing jour dutj Condensed laleKi-HiiiH ous I I be h tunuttet c n and (ir unds h is tititli i able rt u OIL M mile I for u put 1 t) at Alt< an a tien linuit it hi ng tht from SleAi W) lo Charles ntzley of of tht cm il boat I jhu drowned at triLerrijri N Iwo tl iNiin 1 iiuntrs nt triau i I on la feared Jt Uu li e t to the scuit t r A to nmert al n um Ihe 1 inks ut in i 1 dition Hud is tinni Agues Hoi trts n out of Bouutmltsw H li is lati 1 fur 1 i rtlit IL Houti mil v Lita H, tiir bht H Llaim t! at liout i narri Jron uu 1 rtianuratTui parts of ui Jpe and A ji i ranged for a m in Pittsbuig tnd u L  Uuu Ihous uul dtlt't it pate, __ A Ulnth for the t I Stpt l sportmg circles at tlie ULC siui l I c n istiatemthe McAuhfTe feeling am the f tie IB not nx.rij} me f nt UJL tiou of tht bLt thoM t pugilists but of ippjtht-iisi >u fate of boxing contests in the 1 is stated rlrai Lord Ljnsdal I liter toi 1 Millie ntt 1 h s lut n! r i l I tin 1 t I I hulh the 1 tbcsu I t ihf It will HhortU arraugn t  ing t  marked hie.hv.iiMutn Milhi lAsenue Wid the cohUu Lor ami itcu-or ihe con dutt r 1 )--l 1U aud his and the dm r >0 and his Ihe robbers aiitst t in mo tier O Itilen Arrested Dim is Patrick O Brien M P I ii 11 n Hirtstel liiuothy Healy( (v i_ i i meetntg m Dublin Us! T 1 that it unj ttuaats sub- muttd lli of the landlords in utie u i turb to then ft How country- m u I KII B at a Wreck K'M! s 1 1 pusLtiger trim was del u d b ttteen r 1 renre and tr s >la and lite iti is ttiti. kilhd inj ir 1 K il i i 1 it and Qntiu Mar -i t t cm 1 ir i f tl e a u lent abau d T 1 HU uifinl UMle 1 ihi l! J irt 1 alletMi th surt IldteS tup t> the raied uud 1 ill the) could to of the unfortu id Murdered se, t -4 John streeter Liver] ojl on h s to Viner i nnaiist exili e lun> in I u lai I ered to set the c mte fi Ihci happj in 1 c tl IL it in 1 ma 1 congntu ttin_ himself oil escape fi 3111 0 am id eil i mire of the li nl u L, bt dozen prommttir I w panj him on his tin seeme 1 t buoyant nts ihe tut} w r bj an ast ni-hiDKh liifee n ants and will trudmtrul; r Cries of wentn moved ml the comtc 1 ouslj while Uie riuhsh crow 1 ing the devoted kn t jfirencl on curiou Ij and uo i 1 ic 1 v were looking oiiiiuiuie k i pernetnal pretendtr nr Wimitirj Tunnel S  li It t Crow u Point Iron tompanv f( i It u the weekl} paj ment law i he m L runs a store m connection ns jrks in andtheiei-'S il t be much dib satisfaction tl m le of payment buit has also been the St Kegis company of 1 i tnklni county, em plojmg 1 u 1> fjr failing to pay weekly Ihe facun inspector has .jioHfipd four finua lu (j. it-land ot lus m tention to sue them uudt-r the weekly pa> meat law H ibli bii-vds! N wi-.miudii( 1 in thi t n of btoekbiidLje, Mi bt sunic unknown per SOLI- sip t 1 to I e hi-- hop pickers whom he il tti pi) oil stre ter s bo H tt u f inn 1 s e 1 st mce from 1 i-. hop kiln ii tl i i i was taken fn m hid ptrson hilled if oil Trliil I) n N J Npt -4 -John Bieli Ul'li t I (TJi ui iiliuii nL Sbi ill nil n K -h t and killed himselt t i 1 t i i 1 i il u to 1 1 urt to an stilt u n I in lit charging him with H-mi-k Oi hwald The Panama Krtilti NEW t Sr jt 4 pau.li h is l een i railwa) people menciug at midi u Big Fire 11 1 l t the Panama CLI ILI tal fire coin lestroyed all the buildings on >r t sir t lack between the general omi es t tt Inn i ne square 11 the passenger dep I hi c n eral offices were bnriel 1 nt the recoi U were partial sitel it ttventj ears sixteen loaded w th lejt were binned All the other b i l the conipaii) were saved Ihel i UB il) estimated at tJO OWJ Miot by s 11 4 sunuel Gold berg vvas shot anl i it i It wounded b) Millie Panhorst, une i ie girl was en George N. Picker, Nos 530 539 Perry street, opp< Kwlng itreet, nothing but Upper high Bed A.h White It; it. opposite Le- Anh VarlonA Noininnttonn BOSTON, Sept 34 M Fox, of Cambridge tt is nominated for congress by_the_lii.puhliiansof tritt Qen B ml s was a competitor !oi the nomi naticn hut fai id by some thirty KANI Pa Vpt the Iwent) seventh concessional distiiet convention Hon blouo secietari of the commontvialth, was nominated to fill tho vacanc) uiised by the death of Repie- sentalivi itson HAiiri- IP Sipt the 1 irst con gressionnl Itstiiit Republican convention here C L Sunonds was rinom n iti d by acclamation Ihero vvas no p sit ion liAl H N Sept 24 Genesee county Uimocralic convention nominated Dr Mon is lownsend of Bergen, for tlu asset I I) SliyiLsn N Y, feept Ihlrd aanemhl} district Republican convention renotuln HI d Ign it ins batviniller for mem -i'.t-i tirbry datvuullut lepiosents the Held i iction Uit( i N Sept Russel Joliusr n vvas rnnomin ited for member of as nmMv b} the Ihlid district Republican convention hi Id at Holland Patent When yon have that tired feeling of ex- haustion and yon nave little ambition, your blood IB thin and poor, there Is nothing that will enrich your blood, bring back life and activity like Hire.' Boot Boor. Ihe Importance of punfv Ing tho blood can not bo ovcrcstim-ited, f r without pure blood ou cannot en) y ml hcilth At this season nc irly mry one n good medicine to pin ifv t tillze, ind enrich the blood mil Homl s u sip irllla Is worthy your confidence It Is KcnU" In that It strengthens inilbnilli ill tlie system creates an iipetite, ind 1 1111 s tl c digestion, while it i mlleites dls-eisc due It atrhl I! CH! s Sirsipiri H s H by all druggists Prepared by 0 I I'w'l v. co lowell, Mais. IOO Doses One Dollar _The lantent variety QLeOTERFIHE. TBFAM CHOCOLA1KS (ruarnnteeil to hetho finest made In the U 6 will be found at Both tlif metlioj and results when x p i f 1 in- is taken it is pleasant an 1 H freshing to the tacte ami acts ceiu1) jet jn imptlj on the Kiilnejs, I ncr and Ii wils the tnn efleitmlU, di-ptU c head n 1 es and ami ctiifs habitual u i tipation of Figs la the onlv renie Iv of its kind ever pro dtued, jih to the taste and ac cental to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its edits, prepared orly from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its rmin excellent qualities rnm nend it to all anl 1m e made it the most po] ulii ion km wn i p cf is for sale in 50c ami 81 b ittles by nil leading drug gist- Ain relublci druggist who may not 1m e it on h.tnd will pro- cure it promptly fjr any one who to try it- Do not accept nny substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAll FRANCISCO eMl LOUISVILLE KY HCIV KRK, N Y Upocial Notice. PURE Rich ing Digestible ptLiili u I) SOLUBLE Stimulating ilici us flavor CHEAP. Nourishing, a food and drink combined it i lull tuil a t.up and fit for a fnrui. "BEST GOES FARTHEST." Iini ri-N s to i v patented mtide In II ilhuul and aualj tl ut 1 tl of Ihe Ht lurtnl: wh tlio vl It M) I r ttr i Bale m Hit s A t u 1 waa in ran ted tnd iwledged by lha eminent doctors itN Increaced fifty per cent derud more puUtabla i.nd :EN a t DO other 61 Pliiiportnm FALL AND WINTER C i t ii Tsj i IN c 4. JsalurdayrAug. 30. CORRECT STYLES, 7 M r IIATTIiR, 15 State Stroot. T.O CAMERA'S Fine Confectionery Store, TRKNTON N J Fancy Fruits, Ice Croum Roila Watflr loe Cream Nodss, Milk Shakes lemonade always on bAndvand host that can be had and made. Thooe are hwta convonl- Tbo ladies find at Wulha' ,tll tlit lati ariiviils in arnH, unions rcconmiind tht following famous t.uoiite luaiidf Ikst impoilid Gn ni.in Knittnii; Y.iin, in nil hcst Spanish ,ill best Saxony Wool, all loUns. Knitting Wors- ttd, .ill colms, imjioited Zephjr and Ztphji (itiinantown ouly in lant Liktwise we ill atkntion to our jyrand, snporb k ot Full and inter Under vuit, luldreiiH1 Outfits, Chil dn ns floakH, ('outs and Hats and Caps foi the Fall wear lattst hiindsonic stjles, war lantt'd nmdt ot the best materials and Hiiptnor Fall IIosKij Kid Corsets, fine Muslin Underwear, Ac All I1PW fronds Fine Umbrellas, in endless vanoty One lot Jine Gloria Um brillaH, sell at 50, we aie now selling at cost, yes, truly tost, only 98c Call and be convinced ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO X'. II. Jr1 f J.' X1 .tO, JTTOp., 140 FOKHMFT HIWPTOH 8TBJ1T TBIIBTOS N J A TfT KPHllNR JfrJ Tiypoian IGO Co. WATKK. Will be prepared on and after AUGUST I-ROM DISTILLKH WATKR. AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES In quantities of one ton or more 50 cents per cwt. In quantities ot not less than 300 Ibs., 60 cents per cwt. Wtltilll Delivered on platform at our works, corner Lamberton and Lalor streets This ice is free from all impurities of vegetable or annual matters, as it is made only of co idensed and distilled pure water. We also guarantee our Hygeia Ice to be 25 per cent, better in every respect and by far the most economical for use. Address all communications, P. O. Call No. i i i OPPOSITE CITY HAU- Advcrlbc YOUR "WANTS IN TRKNTON TJMK8. HHiU   

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