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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VOL. VIII. NO. 2126. IKKNTON, MONDAY AKTKKNOON, BKPrKfifliEJbl 29, 1890. TWO CKNTg BY WHAT FIEND'S HAND? Lingo Accused of Killing Both the Annies MIIS Mil I HIS VWUl ML III) IK .LtldciMc Hint the Is Il  man Public Piusuutor Jen kiiis an 1 1 is d( tectitth me wurt lug ou no other >i> aud they have procured addi tHtml evidence ea h daj Ll WJ how dot's u >tr tv bt mtrch troubled tin. cise thdt hua been mudt. out jptinst In in den) in t, Bome statements hiau b proud b> neveral u TaJmittniK or awkwmlh laming oUtrs which tre Mr) I hi detectives m thp case hereto fon been m their coiner sat us wit i newspaper men and their BUniisl bten misleading At hen Mie Was L iwt Setn Alive lliLiukncp now publ shtd Is author! tati P Mrs Miller w IH lust seeu uluul W ifiu Vt tl it tiint was i clump ol ilj oaks just outsi It of Mtchdin sulle u i i rjrmrter of tht town known ft dt Miewas gomt; to her home i i TI i dmtnnt a id J e rf 1 1 led i r Iienvt busb with no bouses in T Ikr body was found about tbico   to th it thty saw him m the bush near the set IIP of the murder on tbat daj and uitli n U e that he fails to account f i 1 hereabouts lingo that he IMI I in the bush at all Ibe portion ol a nt slftvt with a daik stain ou it, fo i 1 in t f w feet of the body 1) ta i luiiificd ns i pitctof the shirt Ltngr 1 1 w n n UK 'atal d t> It w m bhow u t i i in IiM tl1 yc-j tduj ind ho baid til it i c d In mt of the niers lu Minneapolis Ui now lie will litive tha Uev Mi I'jvver-i attested for criminal libel und indicted for folder; Powers is pttstoi of a leading Uuiveisaliat climeh heio 1 o tliu Count of Paris I'llll U l IIIIU Sept JS ihe Count I P u s 1 L rujally leceued he it on ill il I u p trillion is bemjs male lo ntkc his list mt njr ill c 1 he I 1 ixltnl thy fieedt MI tf the t) Hud MM Inn In the name ot tl e p i le II c 1 )ll 1 10 Jit mil lei der the eu t u j. liccpl en __ Hud Drowned 1'c.iM 1'L.FVt-VM' N J Sept i Henry Ol linai who 1 .d i si c th  (ire Sunday i he most ct uteri atlve estimate of the loss Eight Men Killed and Terribly Injured. One lfe had h rt Anth anJ tb it thr morn n while working in i It had" become partiatly de- e had torn it off and thrown i uid it aw u 11 r Sir kle That Couldp t Cut The i'it "lure le clans to tl r WD it iljr it three qu irters of H u fr mil M of the murder When Ii w s amste t thtrt 1 1 tile blood ti I t' it i r of the lower p trt ut ln% sliirt 1 1 t Hi LTH were unable lu deci 9 whether i an a ficfth stam or not Iherc were u   of the murder and that the -othw: iHAde-fey iiB-bobj da-j before Fainer "1 ounj., told the prosecutor jester d i> thai, w hen Lingo returned at -4 o Uocfe U L J ij of the murder he 1 to him Mr oun_, I tb Jnht }ou b nd the sickle cnuldii t cut aud thereupon rtised his 1 (cdmyhand lookn as if it could been made with an tooL The >egro Udi ted Vliitlouilev idtDCtjcume to light 3 ester da} which mat btar fruit It was learned that about tnt hour of the murder Harry I ownscnd and two joung ladies from Col j A.nnie Laferty and Salhe Mclm limn were walking along the road m the brush when one of the girls found a sih er horseshoe breastpin They were h at it when a burly colored man HUP in sight around a bend in the road "'I! th tjirh him, but before iownsend c uld turn the negro darted into the under tfnwth aud disappeared Ihe pm was to tiny i leittifie'l as one worn by Mrs Miller 1 lie Miuiig ladies will be gn en a look at I ui0o tudi) to see if he is the man whom thoj saw 111 the woods J A Deliberate Fiend Ihe post mortem work of the murderer as Jo 11- apparent leasuu After he dragged the body of his uctim to the place in which it was found he iur hat which was unhjmiK 1 and had k knocked rff bj the first b'u 1 Aether with the jnrcels had CHI ned and carefully deposited them be side tl e bodj Some such attempt ut order h id been trade in the rase of Annie Le conej Ihe feame bund was Mfaible in both CbalUtey a Vindication Chalkley Leconej was busy Saturday in KoitiK from country store to store m tho bcction lound about Merchants ille posting Up I IlOtlCOI-of tlic oale uf ll b f Ul Ul c i Oct 13 lo a repoittr who met him m M lehmtulle he said m faistiomelj way I un t got nothing say except this I li pB thej the right man thia tn uid I think it s about time tbat the people in tbm-aectum got together aniput this sGrf of bUslutai-flghfJiere an 1 no MMmieil to jgive only parsing weight to the (ommon idea thai if T ingo were fo ind to murderer of Mrs Miller it wo i d be popularly regarded as a further Mnluatmn of himself on the charge of muidu inft hm niece last Septemfcer K of Aurora ill Uiglit MTN i ns Minn Sopt SO In tuum toininissioner of Minnesota has fituslicd i cxaminatioil into the t ti ins 01 the Knights of Aurora and ex u HI a etl tlie sooiotj stating that the 1 (It itium had been cu le 4 t-he Huv f -Gt PurrorB t- ask d au uncstit; it ion with a u ling up its alf in 4h higheat Hnc r to lit acquisition a few mouths smcc h) tt f a stock anjl bom cJ uipual of the I roptrtj was OH ii" I bj the tottler biothers Flame1) 1 in the englue loom shortly afttr 1 a m and the private hit con pany main! lined by the Englishmen fought them for somt time before cilhni. for re inf ictneits from the city H fore these mi JUines ha 1 sprea 1 to the itn n use patkn 4 house theiice to hoi si I an 1 B In iht. packing house were i W J resscj I OL.I had been slaughtered during tie ]ast two while on the f'oor A the a Ij ililug house there JOO 000 I i n is of s t isage in proccbS of curing Un tl e otl i floors of tl is mid the adj )in intf tie ti ruses were stored tne product of Jfl 1 u.s together with au immense quai titj of beef Vi Ith this 111 iterlal tc fee 1 o i the [ire rased funouslj for hours an 1 although twentj BIX of the citj eu gluts were called into requisition it was n )t uutll lute m the afternoon that it wa' 1 i under control At o ic time it waste ire 1 that the confiugriti jn won id a gr iter portion of tl house disti let Several thousan 1 were w ith difficulty from waie I The 1 ss proper m full) by m suiat but the loss resultl! g from the susjeisi n of business will be enormous LS ti f i t ru has been killing from 4 0 o I ogs dailj aud ror jsed to in treisc the nnmbtr to 1. 000 in tv, j weeks II itjeen I nndrel n en are thr i ut ol t f n er t. 8e ir hlng edtlgatiou Into tlte mynntr tne nre is to ue made I encial Manager fc obo rlaccj the on I uildin_s at machmerv including tnreeicf mach ues 000 and stock uearlj I i j ml nt jn ti ut of R 1 u f PUWDLK Absolutely Pure. A oieam of tarUr baking powder. High Mt of all In lecvening nU.ngth. U. B. Eeport, IT, 1009, OI'EIUIOKS AttUL MISTAKE lie Fulled lo Deliver Ills Orders and Two lialns C uue Together with lit Trainmen Ground to I ulfi iinu Uoimtcd lu the DebrU ZiM.fc.ULIf 0, Kpt One of the woist t wrecks in the history of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad occurred ten miles west of here early Sunday morning Eight men killed one was terribly injured aad pwpert) to tbe amount of  t eong-ess bv 1 t l s i f Iht II ltd district I isiic 11 tti j at Natio ml 1 il 11 1 i) i -.1 l ihere hTl N is of Mi -Vleor prestut, i i t net! vci> quiet I i iislltutional Conrenttoo l 11 i i I ij acted for the i tie 11 the nsolutlons that have t bill i lit I 1 i j u u ATLANTIC ASbOCIMI s S Haven P C I 1 GU i Harrlso A WOEFUL WEDDING TRAGEDY NEWS IN BRIEF Coud ui i He is oj jeiirs of uud I1 servetl lu the senate tud absemblj 1 leutciidlit Governor J mes sajs he is a in li lite for the governorship of New I rl t ill luiHsJ Madison son of a Qual cr Gap i d j n illion lire, after squiinileunK a furl n in d ssipation shot himvlf a few mm tes 1 i-fne 1 e was to haje been married to iss mthrop V Islington speci il sajs The admin tti ir h in it ,3 Kl, >od ll ufficml ir 1 in W nshington decided to recall n st r for his action in the Bar n li i at! nr K v Dr W L Phillips pistor of the bir t Mfthoilitt Fpiscopal (hurch of Pa has ttceepted a call to il 1 ir t ongregational church in New II v i t onn He will be suetec led b> U v Ui Bnlc noiv pastor of the Purrf church ot New cit> A Shocking Stl clde NFIV Touii Sept Lzra H I mid of Ihe pi of oovcral 11 c tp ie--ttiurants suicide Sun Ifty by blowing her brains out th a revolver Her children were in the t m when the deed was committed Mr li 11 Imil left a moment before to prepare bicikfast with which she had found all 'lie "bullet ehtered Mrs Juacfs c 11 between the eyes and she fell to tho II "i .leu I Her 18-ycnr-ord boy pickrf-Hp le mnrTCiiiK revolver Jealousy aroused Mr rudtl's attention to one of his cooks, s s 111 to hnv e been the cause Mr Judd U ft ll c titv directly after the suicide was i mute 1 l Murder on the YorktOHii I I Sejit Jfl i Ire qteamship ill i ii h is arrived here 100 days from v "t ik 1 he vtnage was a f-tormj one 1 t Janus was lost over ii ii 1 during a squall Jill) 1 A bout vvlnbv is sent out to attempt his rescue It H s L irr a Bpamun has lodged com 1 I nut with the police that s death is r tune i bv tha second mate ihomas inn lehberatcly cutting tho line to huh cston was holding while over tho ships side doing somp work thnt hid oidered him to do duping the storm Unit other sailors corroboi ited Cairs statement It Be a TsnvHl 1 vent ASIUNUTON, Sept in terest is anticipated in naval cirtIPS over tho results of the bids that are to be opened nt the nnvj department on Wednesday next for the construction of tliieognat battle ships anil a swift triple Rrrew slcimcr for the navv About H5 000 000 JMVP been appropriated for these vessels ami tho conditions of then oonstitletion me sufficiently favorable to induce bids fiom nil active vessel builders Id is not iinlil clj that tho vessels will ht divided among the bidders, us Secretary Tcuoy is anxious to have completed us Soon as possible Goorge N. Pnokor, Noa 680 632 Penj street, opposite Ening ilieet, Mill nothing but Upper Le- BIPCHALL'S ALIBI Another vvltnus Who Saw Him at vvood- Ktuck on the Filtni Day W OOIM ifK Out, Sept J Many huo- dreds of people visited Ble m swamp Sundaj and 3 our coriespondeut found the nariow canltgewa) through the swamp Cllcl vehicles Pbople through the swamp and at the point w here Beuwell'a body was found there was a large congregation Mud lake, m tie swamp bejond where the body was fouud is a dismal sheet of muddy water covering about thirty acres with low, oojiy_banks and a dense fro'Sth.oL. tamarack cedar willow an 1 other swamp LjtovNin the To thin uncannv place Bnchall 11 believed to have been hetttlmy Benwell Had the body been cast m the lake it, would never been disrivtrprl as it m RH d thp bottom cannot be found I1 xpresMons heard on all sided showed a universal opinion that Birchull i-i not alone a murderer but that he will be touvicted and hanged Mrs Bnchall and Mrs U est Jones had called at the jail during the day with a message for Birchall 1 hey did not ask to bee him It was not vibitlug day and they Knew it was against the rules to see him Birchall ate three meals aud seemed to en joy them He made several sketches during the day and gave them to news- paper men One newspaper man gave him a volume of Hudjard Kipling's stones He says he likes Kipling s stories, but that Robert Elsmere is the worst rot he ever read hile the correspondent was standing Tjelow Birctiail waa heard laughing heartllj with lorbes, his keeper, in his cell Students from the Baptuit college and also several members of tbe Salvation Armj visited the juil and held service but Birchall didn't take part He devoted no time and apparently no thought to spiritual affairs Ihe surprisinglv strong evidence of tha defense on S ituiday before adjournment caused a sensation Gorman McQueeQ, sou of the late Judge McQueen swore he knew Birchall m oodstock in 1IJ88, and that he met him at that place about nooc ieb 17 18JO, the day ot the murder Ihls evidence was corroborated by the Milliman, and the defense evidently satit- flgd that- t hnH an nlfhl closet1 the He Killed Himself In a Cathedral. LONDON Sept 29 Sunday morning s service at St Paul s Cathedral the worshipers were startled by two pistol shots m quick succession After the ex cjtflment hud subsided it was learned a m in in the congregation had committed suicide by shooting himself twice with a revolver ihe suicide's uame was but nothing further concerning his identity nor the cause of the tragedy could be ascertained Ihe man seemed to have been destitute and half starved and it is conjectured that he was some uuemployed aud despondent wretoh who sought by his dramatic bclf destruction to call attention, to the existence of such CUSPS-and thus possibly lend to the n lief of some of his surviving fellow suffeieia Mr Ilnrrlunn Will lie Them GAIiffjBjnm, Ills, Si pt n -r.rflut thusi ism wns creuttd here bv, a dispatch from Congressman Post Maying that Presi dent Hin ison will be heio Oct 8 to attend the reunion of his brigade A mass meet ing will be hnld in the city hull this after noon lo ni tkc arr ingenicnts SMIFIIIV Km Sppt m Comm Hitler t ollius of the G A R of Kansas has received a message fiorn Private Spcieturj Hnlford stating that PiTstdinf H union has accepted the in vitation to h pi est nt at the state reunion of thp It pin incut nt lopekn, Oct 10 She Olirnveieil rhe Skrlitnn In Armor 1 MI HIM il Miss Stpt Hiinniih C >k who in 181 I st trted the third p mi i lot in put up in this citj died Sept in Hi 'li vt ti of hti She vvis ii tho i nut uf st irtniR tho loom Uj ears old Mis I ok is tli the discoverer of tie nkihl n win li w is rplpbintetl by Lufijpttp 1 ir, tin The Skeleton In Armor lit ski I it n wtm found in a Bund liink ml w ilistiijfd in the All tnt in The Bride and Her Fathci He ul and the oom Ins i PKOBU Ills Sept 20 fa Ur and i d "d the outcome of a wedding it I i in Marshall county Charles teit w is the father Af A young girl named. u tc whom Joseph Baxter was i tad t 1 His rffection was returned, but f rs n icison Seifert hated Baxter a 1 f r 11 hit daughter having anything to do tl him Yesterday Mary met BiUir a tl houst of a friend and the two were j i e h mar ried This morning oho return 1 li t j plead forgn eness Her fatl r i lu el tc listen to her and as she tun d t 1 nt the room he grabbed a shotgun aud h e 1 blowing off one side of 1 ei head in 1 in stantly killing her fert then d b charged the contents of the remaining I i jrel_of hisjjun head aud fell dead Baxter, who had remained ontKile u hearing the report of the gun rushe I i end when he saw the awful sight he be came insane Winding tp legislation. Sept conference lejorton the tariff bill was taken up in I je senate today anil speeches on it nue made b} Senator Al Inch toi the Rep il h t tn couferrecs and bv benatar Carhsl fur the Democrats ihe bill will probabh go t3 the pieaident to nlnht or to nionow iiiornmg It is likely the senate will fcmend the house resolution for adjourn ment BO as lo make the time for adjourn i ig VV edneaday or Thursday, or perhaps a little later ihe conference report ou the tariff bill was adopted by the house Satur c.ay by t vote Ij2, nays, 81 What Rose Coghlan Sayg MINNEAPOLIS Minn Sept 29 Coghlan was asked about the serioua charges her late husband, Clinton J 1 dgerlj made against her on securing A ff m hvr v nt Siou; ies she rej llfcd 1 i ote that he el aiut' i le with be A h ud i nnker and 1 i inf. ununbearibledisi s ti n I suppose he ill t us because it wtnll le easier t( Kef tl divorce Ihe hi rj f ict is I f, t U t 1 1 vingwith him HI 1 wont west I i lie t le suit had heun t t ited ind 1111 i t J hear that he ha u e separ itiun p ip ia iehlgh s famous FiiRtor ALLKMOWN Sipt One h in li and eightj two dnvi of Involuntary fist- I IB, "ilhuitn. 1 f fuului a ill ,v u water, is the rcc r I tl us far iiuidn 1 v T t high ooiintr s noiv fn ions but iinfortun it Mrs Aii in ui> ut OUUOI Ul A is that impurity t f the blood which prt duccs tit In tho nftli, which causes rmiiiniK sores on tho arms, legs, or feet, which develops ulcers in tl o eyes ears or nose oflpii causing bliiuJritssu deafness, which tho origin of pini] let 011 cerousgrowths or humors, which listen ing upon the lungs muses consultation 11 1 death It is tho most ancient of all and very few persons are entirely freu from it How Can It Be By taking flood s Sirsaparilh, which 1 y "the remarkable ctirts it has accompli lie! lias proven itself to 1 o a potent and pet-ul ir medicine for this dlio ise If you stiflt r fi in Bcrofula, try Hood i Sirsaparilla, "Everv BprliiR my vvlfo and children hivo been doubled with scrofula, my Hill 1 three years old 1 elnp; a terrible s IT i r Last spring hp w is nno mass ot sores fr 11 head to feet WP ill took Hood sSarsipir i and all have been rtircd of the scrofuli My little boy Is entirely free from sores mil ill four of my children look bright and health} W B ATHERTON City, N I Hood's Garsaparilla ?1 sfxforJS Propiroutnlf by 6 I HOOD A 00 Apothecmrlen Ixiwnll Miss IOO Doses One Dollpr The Urgent variety ol SUFJCKFINE rilfAM CHOCOLATES guaranteed to bethe finest made in tbe U 8 will be found at CAMKKA'S Fine Confectionery Store, Theproblem of medicine Issolvedby Hlren' Knot Beer Imp rtlnc pure rich blood The source of health Without pure blood a per- high Bod Aih and Anh l ion cannot long remain healthy and Iree from dlsoaie 2CB BOu i-n TmcNTOB, N J Fancy Fruits, lee Sorts Water Ipe Cream Sodai, Milk Shakes, Lemonade 
                            

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