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Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey VOL. VIII. NO. MGHTENINGTHE NOOSE. A Ver> Strong Case Against "Lord Somerset" Birchall 'IKAIID10 IH1 Stt Ull'Of Illl tho of tho Murdei Aeeuratily Outlined by Sconi of Wit IlcH8tH__v In the Cane Create! Something of u BeiiBUtlon X A P1TTSBURG CRASH The Iron tlty Ilildgi ompanv uf Hull Pliue I nilmriuiKi i! PmsBURo Ji> Un d') Bridge 13 UN UK l ilh imburass ed An att ichmciit tu tlie aim lint of Til ugniusl I owiici uf tlie lion Hrld0e winks has bun served tin llowaid Plate ass eompaii) b) Ii HnlM.11- icpesintii K tin 111 lirn an 1 Meel (umpiiu 1 be Inn itv Hi MM companv liud built bomi 1 iron stiuumes f( l tin L.IMHS tompan) and tlieie M l b ilanei due on Ilie contract and upon Ibis the attachment was laid CKBNTON, FKIDAY AUTKKNOON, BKPrKftlBKK 26, 1890. CLUBS VS. SHILLALAHS. Many Heads Were Broken in TWO OKNT THE BASEBALL WORLD National League WoeiiiBioek Out 'sept X At the BllUuU UlllUel UMl Minion 1 uller, ol the 01 dstock bank iduitihed Bireliall1! handwriting in tlie various dotumenta placed in evidence Misses. Ljckhart, ol oodstoek, and Choatc, of and Conductor Poole testified th it they saw Birchall and UeuwUI on tlie tram on lub 17 while thej went from Paris to W ood Block, and that they got off at Eastwood other witnesses gave similar test! monj A Wltnemi Faints Joe Crosb) sw ore to meeting tvv o hnglish men on the Governors road between 11 and U o'clock 17 He describee! tilth which was like that Birchall and Be iwell wore that daj Identified the prisimwr in the box as one of the men and swore he saw the other dead m Princeton cemeterv when Benwells b >dy was ex huined Ihe most searching cross-examination fulled to disconcert the witness, although tin is mm h hensatioual interruption Crosb> grew deadly pale, tottered and fell into the> supporting arms of those about him He MJIHI recovered Ihrough it all Birchall f ice was as immovable as that of a graven linage Mrs ierguson testi fled to wimg tvu) Englishmen pass her H, place on the Governor s road going towards Blenheim swamp one da) early in the week of the murder Her description did not tall) faithfullj with that of Unwell George Perrj snore he s m his Held in the afternoon of 6 iheioes pointed Blenheim swand; wire mule b) boots one pair longei than tin other Mr Ptirj a sou gave cor roborative testimonj They Heard Shotn Fired Archibald Ldmondson and William Old ham swore to seeing two hughshmcn going toward the swamp on reb 17 hlleu Fallen "ho immediately west of the iw imp she saw two men pass hei home on reh 17 going towards the swamp One WHS walking ahead of the oilier The foi ward one wore a cape coat J-nedenlmrg George McDonald and Icihti Hitknmon all swore they beard ahc't in the. nlalllheim tweenlail J o clock on Feb 17 They sounded like nlle shots and were filed twenty to tweut) hve rods Irom where the) were Hi weie hunting llickmson came Irom Ausiln Nev to Uplift the gov rnuient p i) nig his expenses and wages while heie lie went to Nevada after the murder Ynd Iliuhilll Win Alone Alexmiil r Lr_au swore he started dnv ing from V> o )dsto< k to Princeton at 1 20 on tin ifurnoon of reb 17 in 1 met a man walking a1 ne tj Eastwood ue ir the swamp where Benwell was illed The man wore a curl) (ap ,md short coat Have vou ever seen him ''i es In stock j ill The prisoner is the man I saw Charles Buck met a solitary pedestrian on the same road i little later two or three miles nearer The man nskpd the way (otioirles "Sftjiug tic iiitt' tu reach oodstoek told him he could reach Eastwood qui tis is t'ie> a juelrfini nt b> Olivci s iirMMOUU waste lie tuteud against the bulge company HUH eompan) defaulted on the flist note of due Sept heuce the judgment loi Hie uInerTompauy has Is sued attachments on possible due the bridge company, aud sa> they are ampl) protected Ihe Iron tlty Bridge coiopsuj fc hujer. of ironJ.__Wnnj lurge bridges all over the country been erected it Air of the heaviest stockholders of the Mount Oliver incline Dividends aggregating over 40 percent were declared list je iron its stock Recently he disposed of his in terest to the Duquesne traction people who in turn transferred it to Sellers McKee No statement has jet been tn ulc of the ha bilitiis UK ir. liters of the firm are Oliver Bn tilers arnegic Co Jenes I aughlin aud Lloyd tt Sous the Tipperary Row. JOHN MOULLVS INDIGNATION Ho Was (.really Incensed at the Brutal Conduit of the Police at the Trial ol Klllon and O Han One of the Injured DLIJLI-X Sept 2fi-Patrick O Brien, who was arrested at Cardiff on Tuesday wai brought to this city Wednesday and placed ID prison Late that night Nationalists leained that he would convejed thither b> the morning train Thursday and they at once made prepara tions to give him worthy escort Much to the surpiiBc of the authorities a large del At PltUtbu PltWburj Boston Base hits HltuburR 1 00001 o 0 0 0 1 1 itihurB Boston 11 Batteries an I tuok oil nix it ii liH wi "tuui o'lng pwe hi-. vwi ringer lauin-1 t i tin tin hoime He had t n I iillit tin tuh his brain with iimn UK aim an liliath Bennett Sn It Ii itud Cleveland New loin llano lilts I Cleveland and Zlmmei At I lllsbur. 100. (I 0 1 Sew Y k 4 IUl i rott aul (-link rlajers League 000 0 Ian Boston BUCK TELLS WHY Keefe Injurj Lost The Pennant BUHLO Sept In interview oHhe Vevv attributed the loss of the penn int b) his club to hie pitchers Keefe s injury he said had ma Ie a vast difference When the chain 1 ip aeusort is ttver the New- 'and Bostons will make an exhibition toui of thi New Lngland states ith regard to the ur S.cretarj touni ived adispalch from Mr Blame sivlnj ill it he had left liar H irbor for iblui The report of Mim-ter Miz mi on (he killing of Gen Hirrundia will be Mill lo the house of repieseuUtlves in H spouse to the resolution of that bodv Oi i oi tl e nrst subjects ol conference, be t cc-n the pussident and Mr Illume will iln imtnimitlon of three gfntli n en to ie] i t il e 1 nite 1 upon the niter t mi ital railvv iv ommissiou vvhuh will eit i this ell) i j v next month for the purpose "f initiating men i ml thtfty engines in the same Icnjli (fume The strikers are steadfast in then di termination to remain out, al though U seems likely that the Switch mi n Biothcrhood will refuse to take up Dcironlmcher Ua> skipped ROMH.IT, N Y, Sept 20-Chief Fn jiucu lohn P Derienbarher who con f'essc 1 to the defalcation of 000 as treas unrof the Kingston City i iremen s asso- ciation n few d lys ago, is said to have fled to escape punishment A warrint for his nncsl rrrarEiiiK him with grand larceny Ins bun issued Action to iccovcr the amount will be brought against his bondsmen, all of whom are responsible men nt Chicago Averted C'lirvoo Sept At tin final meeting between the Illinois Central emplojes and Siipeilntcndent Sullivan concessions were made by both sides, so that a strike will be aveitcd Ihe brakemen, firemen, switch u 211 en0hiel3iH and euiiduttorT- (inked for an increase in their piy This vvas grant ed all will uotget83 percent mcr aso as lukeit foi The exact figures havo not been rnttdc iiublu George N. Packer, New. 680 and 638 Peuj it root, opposite Ewlng ilivXit, nothtni bnt Upper Lo- high Bed A.h and White Anh TIJ egatiou of prominent Nationalistaboarded the train at the same time that the officers appeared with- O Bnea- Among were John Morley, who has been in Ire- land for some time studying the Irish question John Dillon Alfred Illmgworth, mnmriBr of parliament for Rradford, T M Healy, Commoner Harrington and others Charged by Police. On the arrival of the tram at lipperarj the Nation ihsts started for the court housi In a bod) At a street corner they entered into a conversation While they wett standing m no way disturbing the there the) wore ordered b) the- police to move on John O'Connor, member of par hament for South Tipperary, took verj vigorous exception to this order, and showed his contempt for the police by call ing upon the bythattimt hud become give three ohoers foi John Morle) The cheers were given with- hearty good will, much to the exasperation of the police who thereupon charged upon the group and attempted to it to move foi w ard In the melee that followed the policemen did not hesitate to use theii batons One burly constable aimed a blow at John Morkj himself, but John O'Con nor who -tood near, warded it off Had Thulr Sh lllalaifhs. __ The Nationalists then continued theu way slowl) toward the courthouse Ai this was the dav fixed for the trial of arrested Nationalists the streets of Tip- perary were full to overflowing National ists thronged to the town, many of them carrym0 the national shilla the) proposed to use It if provo- cation vv >ul 1 arise Early in the day it became known that still another arrest had been made fiie victim was Thomas J. Condon, nitrnhar and Clarke Cn At CU votuuil Cleveland i 0 o o P tisburg 10 llr kljn 0 i 0 1 I 2 0 u Biookh Hatter 10003 t 0 0 1 Buffalo 6 Vw 4 BaLterie- ue aud Biovvu 1 2 0 1 Base tuts Cleveland 17 Bost Cleveland. 5 BobUjn 8 Battene Satellite Giluiberl auclTTellj American Ansoclalh At Toledo- Toledo 0 i 1 P-ftHimore 0 1 1 Toledo 4 Baltimore Hull >1 IK t tl e In il beui all I 1 e i il. i 0 0 i 0 Ea" r Batter Sage, German and Townseud" Atlantic- Association At Lebam 11 hltfl Lebau u c Nenark 9 -kir i 2 Newark 4 Batteries bniltb ai 1 Fitzgerald and Murplij NEWS IN BRIEF Irrors 11 uud i 0 0 N t.w I K i t i Ion 1( hn Jay ex t lilted Matis m nistei to was kuoi ked diwii bvaeib at the comur of loilv see nd sir et mil avo line it Hoc u ml sci lollst) Injured Mr w is taken to M 1 uke s hospital vvhete ni, possible ib being done to make him comfoi table He bright and cheerful and suffers couipaiatively little Mr Jnj is'j jeais ot age He "VA as a Trusted Emploje NMV D Hongh tal ng foi tweut) three years an employs of tl M olli pniiKirTirAj- arrfiit44 last-night vvhile ransacking some drajfftrs and closets in the inquiry department and todav wa? held In )00 bail on a charge of having stolen overcoats jackets eto of other emplojes The petty thefts covered a period of suveral months He admitted his guilt _ KING OF COCOAS--" ROYAL COCOA FACTORY." Kuigb arc. but mi n but ill men are not kings Therefore, when the King ff Holhnd b, as he did by deed of Augubt 12, 1889, that he is greatlj pleased with "BEST GOES and, entiiely unsolicited grants the manufacturerb the bo right of their the Royal Cocoa fractorv a b nificance attaches to the act which would not i not "every inch a king Umbrella and Condensed Gathered fi >m I arl ous Flfttea. The suicide of Victoi Lee I huson in Brooklyn it is believed, 1 from business wornment Ihe i m had a romantic history and did not kn nv his name until luout a year ago John Hehreoht_of Baltimore is suing William H Evans a rich man f r 000 damages for alienating his w fe s aff.ee tions George P Whitnej.of AlbnM pleaded guilt) to the charge of i nines in the books of the AUiau) C i National bank and acknowledged mlb piianug about 000 Judge-CnTeseHHreed hurr to seven years in the Albinv i e i tuntiarv Mr Parnell has Get (if 11 e n eet- ing of the Irish Nationalist p u at Dub- lin In his cill for the nieil. _ le sajs thata line of action will be dc< uel v h h will be a guide and a signal ler tl e Irish people at home ami abroad the Canal Men "VV mt BUFFALO Sept the sc un f the Canal aud Harbor Protectiv cm n a lutlon calling on ITTe leglSraTlir t i.pntv- pnatenot 1m ..i noo f r tl of the locks aud piismi of the B i kKiver canal vvas unaniinoiislv aef( pu 1 A leso lution was passed indorsing 11 n n ol the ixorthein isjatniens u u u asking the legislituieforau i )r jr inon of for the impiov i i f the Champlaui canal Oihei ie- i Iveiu carried as follows Calling for tl i ling of state elevators at New oik P 11 ilo doumudUii, the. if i nv pro vidlug for the maintenance at 1 [iiiiion of free piers vvarves aud ilkheiuls in New aud Buffalo alhnt on the legislature to relieve cauall at owners of the necessit) of insuring il eir cargoes Congress vvas isked to deihue the Dela ware and Raritau nn 1 Chesapeake and Delaware canals public highways m ordei to get rid of unjust ean il tolls Hon George H I orlng Sued. BOSTON Sept Jt Attorney F D Allen has brought suit against Hon George B Loring au 1 Hon Frank Jones to recover upon a loud for 010 signed by these men named as sureties of John D Sauborn He appealed totbeLtuted States supreme coin t from a judgment ol the circuit court m i suit brought to re cover w ith sevual )ears' interest mone) paid to Sanburu under a mistake of fact b) the govei unit nt which supposed that the former w i-r entitled to the money aa an informer m the matter of the col lection of a legac) tax upon the estate of the late Gen J E It vvas after ward discovered that sanborn was not en titled to it, and after several years' litiga- tion judgment for 000 was entered against him He did not satisfy the exe- The Itlttli payment ie Ipi 111 He uav) de uvited Commander Cluilwiik ml 1 icut Buckingham naval attaches IM I-urip J Ico Oo. if in1. cution, hence the imt upon his bond He tould >ot Live Her Pmiurtunu kept John New, 35 years of age committed suicide here under exceptionallj tiagu circumstances Iwo weeks ago New purch ised the baker j and dwelling in which lie and his wife met their death Mioitlj after mov mg into the house Mrs s complaint, consumption grew worse and 1 ufsdaj she died After his wife s dtath New acted like a man bereft of all hope and ambition He sat up all night ind early in the morning went out for i moments to take a walk When lie returned he went direct to his wife s i ooni HI 1 flujiuu uo uua Iheit Went OV6J 10 tilt1 II fV.. I 'i t1 e 1 ti'id results i t 1 H til en; it is pleasant i 1 i in 'mis; to tlie ami acts i t1) jet jn nnptly on tlie I, i ml linuK tlijui-es the t in o tiil'v, head 1 an 1 and cuita habitual c n upition of Figs is the dil, reinely of its kind pro- dun 1, pie Mug to the taste and ac- oi 1 1 ihle to the stomach, prompt in IN n lion mid truly beneficial m its tf! t's prepared only from the most hcil'liy and agreeable substances, its nn in "exceTIent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most uhr remedv. known. iiijT of F.r5 is for aalc in 60e and 81 bottles by all leading drug Any reliable druggist who liny not have it on hand -will pro- cine it promptly for any one who ish< s to try it. Do not accept any Eubctitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAH FRANCISCO CAL. FROM WA1KR. pop Will be prepared on and after AUOUSl LOUISVILLE KY HEW YORK, N Y. Makes the lives of many people miserable, causing distress after eating, sour st mncli, sick heidache, heartburn, loss of appetite, a faint, aU gone feeling, bad taste, coated liu-gTUaUf of Distress the bowels. Dyspepsiidoes After not sot; we" of "'lpl1 II requires careful ittetitlmi, Eating remedy llko Hoods Sarsip-irtlH which ids gently, yet effteicntly It tones the regulates tho dlges tlon, creates a good Sick petite, binlshcs lici liohe, j L._ and refreshes tlio mind MeaaaCne 1 I havo bepn troubled with dyspepsia I had but llttlo api elite, and wlnt I did eat u distressed me, or did me Heart- liulo burn w uldhave a faint ir tired, all gone fiellng, Uiougli I Ind int i itwi anjtlimn My trnnlilo wii aggnv t d by my business painting La-it spring I took Hoi d 3 Sar- BaparllH, which di 1 me an Immense amount f good It givo mi in ippetlte, and my fund relished and sitlslled the craving I h id previously exporli need GEOKOF A Pveir, Watcrtown, Mass Hood's Sarsaparilla Bolil by nil dniBRUtu fl MiforgV Prnparednnlj byO I HOOD A CO Apothecaries Mivsa IOO Doses One Dollar The largedt variety ol HUPERFINE OBFAM LUOCOLA1ES guaranteed to be the finest made In the U 8 will be fonn 1 at CAMKKA'S Fine Confectionery Store, Special Notice. aos eo u BJIO A D TBKNTON, N J FrnltJi, Ice Cream, 8oda Wator, Ice BodM, Milk Shaken, Lemonade, alwayi on and the beat that can be had und ThiUM art IMU. 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In quantities of not less than 300 Ibs., 60 cents per cwt. Mill WLIGIIl GUAlfANlflu. Delivered on platform at our works, corner Lamberton and Lalor streets. This ice is tree from all impurities of vegetable or animal matters, as it is made only of condensed and distilled pure water. We also Hygeia Ice to be 25 percent better in every respect and by far the most economical for use. Address all communications, I1. O. Hox Telephone Call No. 407. i Advertise YOUR "WANTS" ra TIM KB.
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