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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               y YOU IX. NO. rKENTON, HIUK8DAY AFTKltNOON, OCTOKKK TWO WARNED BY A WHISTLE. Young Aspero Gave the Signal to Hcnnessy s Slayers A NEGRO UID ON I III. BOY. Two MhlfltleH the AKS isalns of the Tiny I in Walt with I Italy Uruku lp the IK .idly Hulla. NEW Oi n (M ,i Mor cliLHO Ullt t f till If-rtlmUfy iHCUbWl-Of CO1U plicitj in the murder of Superintendent Hennessj, WH-S mesial after noon A short tinif after tu-s sou, Aspero, a lad of 14 years had been arrested immediatel> tfu r the crime waa com nutted aud who ha 1 on LIB ptrsOii about was released but WUB rearrested The Whittle Prefaced Hfmiesny'8 Death With him uegru who was also ar rested and wh baid the boy had told him that on tht of tho murder he had been stationed by his father at the corner of K tin part and L is n strLets with inatruc tlonsLowtuMli twice rthen Superintendent Henuessy appeared He did so and thus warned the assassins lying In wait with guns cocked near by that their victim was approaching Mor IIHM not b en ht i ct jfore suspected as hRvinK (i hand in the m n ler but the s fatorj bnnna the crime near his door leant of lynching The trial of the for assault upon the M it ninzd p irtj v, hich was to bet n 11> ha-j been con tinned indefinite Iv with the that it sh ill be 11 i up t trl> in Novem bcr Mail) of tut w in Proven? in w are now uiderKireyt for the murder of Henn an 1 tht trial was con tinned at the inst ui e f tU eoinmittee of fifty on tin tfroun 1 th i( it not be safe in tin r -.tut, t 1 c uditioti of the pi >le s mm I to takf thi-ie witnesses from tin prison to t ho court Ihe le i) is ins ng m i h lisappomt- meiit iht cxr He merit h is s) quieted dow n that man) are of the nil jn the com tuittee of lift) overpsMrn ittd the danger lion It-tJy Ilr  the Mafla. Ills Uct J3 nit s rgardl, of K i f Ittih wh is at tlie Aulilorium with his wife nke 1 about the New Orleans assassin ttion s u 1 The Mfilra nu exists in Sicily The It ilmri cruuif nt suspended the jur) law for a t itm i i 1 MI ceedt d in 8tiy- prebsmgjtliL murder jcietj of its members came t) America lam afraid the Aineru in law ib not severe enough to de tl with MH h men and sup- press them I 1 til t h if the so- ciety b LS obi mi 1 deep root here The AmencdU i Fa   tampering with a switch ou the Bangor and Portland railroad, near Na reth, causing u train which was running at the rate of fort) miles an hour to be thrown into a ditch Fortunately no one was killed Shot HU Wife and Killed Himself KKWAUNEF Wis, Oct 23 Casco Albert Ludermeyer, a young German farmer who was married but a few days ago, shot and killed his wife, using a double barrelled shotgun He then blew out his own brains with the name weapon Ludermeyer and his wife were dead when discovered Capt Reed Indicted BOSTON, Oct 23 grand jury report- ed in the United States district court five indictments ngftinst Cnpt J. E. Heed, of the whaling bark beating seamen and three for withholding proper nourishment from them PUWiILK Absolutely Pure. A of powder. lit of In iMTrf'ing U, -t 17, High SHOT BY A HIGHWAYMAN A Ut Mpeiutt KoblM an I Mur- dt i In New y PHI I Oct speual dis patch it) 1 he Ledt.tr Iioin Mount 11 11} iN J the dettils of   Louis Cioldstini f Stcund New cit> was ju his way from that place to liuilingtou to vinit a friend He got oil the tram by mibtake before he reached Hurlmgttn and no other tzain lug in a reasonable time he btart- ed to walk boon after starling ou his journey he was overtaken by a colored man who engaged m ers itiou and the two warfced almig togwtnn ug through a strip of wooda the. demanded hia mouej Ihis Goldstme re fused and the negro shot him m the month Another shot entered Cioldstine K head Ihe negro then secured the prostrate man s watch and purse which cunttmed about and fled borne farmers travere Ing the road late in the found the Wounded man and biought him to a pital here Ihe phvsiuaiiH think hm m juries arc fatal People are seounng the couutrj in all directioiiB for the desperate negro, and it m thought lie will boon be captured World B 1'uir NEW ioKK Oct joint meeting of the foreign nffairs committee of the orld s Oolumbua commission met at the Criisej house in this city Of the Chicago com mittee there were present Chairm in 1? Baker M A Kjersou J Lilsworth aud 1 J Representing the na- tional committee were ex Governor Ihom as G of Connecticut A. V Wil son of District of Columbia C II of Georgia H of Michigan D B Peun, of Louisiana, and George M.as- sej of Delaware New is henceforth to be the headqiifriera of the committee Gustavua was coiifhuied repre- seutatue of the commission to Japan and Roniayu Hitchcock repiebeutative to China. Ihe ptan euggesud bj an ofiicial of the state department for a South American exhibit was taken under consideration Professor Adler of Johns Hopkins unnersitj, WAS appointed to su permtend the plans submitted b) him and approved by the commissioners for secur ing a large exhibit from the Orient The idea in to interest the meicbmtsof the Orient to the eud that the> will exhibit at the fair the manufactures of their countrj   dail} worship was discussed and Rev T J Gibson of Pitts burg, secretary of the board of missions for freedmen spoke of the work of the board, In Distinguished Honor PHILADLLI HIA, Oct U a part of the celebration of the ceutennarj of the birth of Father Matthew, a banquet was given last night in honor of Cardinal Gibbons And Archbishop Kyan bythetather Mat- thew club of Philadelphia Over per sons sat at the table including Archbishop Ireland of St Paul Bishop McGoldnck of Dulutb Bishop Shanley of Jamestown N D Father of Worcester Mass, ex president of the Catholic lotal Ab- stinence union, and manj other temper ance workers Ihe principal speech of the evening was made by Arrhbishop Ire- land who responded to the toast "The Church and btate A Trained Norse s Crneltj NEW YORK Oct 23 the autopsy Deputy Coroner Conhn found that Nurse Lawrence s blow hid accelerated spr igue's death John William Sprague was Ij ing in a straight jacket tied down to his bed, wit-h delirium tremens in the aleo- hohc ward of Bellevue hospital when he was struck two heavy blows by Henry C R. lAvvrence, the trained hospital nurse, breaking the maniac s nose and blacking his eyes Sprague died two hours after- ward. Lawrence is in jail Jesse Pomeroy Nearly Escapes BOSTON, Oct 23 Pomeroy has made another attempt to escape from state prison atCharkstown He was in solitary confinement and had succeeded m sawing off five bolts from his iron door and had removed the angle iron which protected the bolts He had been granted the use of a lathe saw and other tools to manufact- ure a tin lead pencil, for which he has been trj mg to get a patent but had used the tools a portion of the time for a far different purpose The} Think He Is Embezzler Huey PiiiSBURG, Oct W Hall who claimed to be from Easton Pa was arrested here as a suspicious chancier He tallied exactlj with the photograph and description of Walter E Huej a rnem ber of the harbor commission of ban Fran Cisco, who is wanted in the latter city for embezzling 000 of public monej Hall was sentenced for thirty days to the work house and meantime his PASC will be in vestigated The Utlca Morning Herald Sold. ITICA N AtnoonTheUtica Morning Herald newspaper, job printing and bookbinding establishment was sold at receivers sale to the highest bidder There was only one bid by John A Goodale, of Ltica, for Ihe Ltica Morning Herald Publishing company, composed of as many of the creditors as could be m duced to join Ihe ass-eta of the old firm were 93 and the liabilities 27 WanrAnaker'g Novel Turnont WASHINGTON, Oct services of an old gray horse that has drawn the offl cial coupe of the postmaster general for several years has been dispensed with by Mr Wanamaker, who has substituted in his stead a valuable pair of chestnut horses which the agent of the postoflice depart- ment recently purchased i he turnout is attracting a great deal of attention The horses are smart aud the harness gorgeous Killed by His Nephow CHARLESTON, S C Oct G Raines was shot and killed in Darlington by I H Witherapoon, a nephew of Raims The Cause was an old quarrel which was re- newed by the settling of their lespertive shares in the cotton crop itherspoon says he shot in self defense A Hair Mile In 1 03 RICHMOND, lud Oct 23 stallion Nelson trotted a half mile in 1 03 here yeflterday Ihe drat half luesdny at Cam bridge City, whore he broke the record, was trotted in 1 05% Oor.oot Stjlfu for and Winter Dobbins, the Hatter. for Valisea DEATH ON THE RAILWAYS Fatal Wrecks in Several States of the Union TWM M 1M KSONS HI KILLED, And M u >1 i. el cd Strloiu or Kutal IiiJurkH J uHtal tlt-rk Koasted Alive In tl f brlft I our I Dead at a Oi tcU ro-.Hiiiji CINCINNA I! Ott persons lljjed ami lujutoU 4-ht- ttrrtbte collision m the tunnel north of S< tuerset, Ky ou the CiiKinnrtli Souths rn railwa} Southbound train No 9 crushed into a freight trum Both engines were demolished and a been e of horror ensued in the glo m of the tunnel lo add to the horror the lorward cars of the p tram took fire and Postal LUrk C 1 was literally roasted nine HIM companion Oajle re- ceived terrible injuries following la a list of the dead A Lint of the Dead. C L. pobUi clttrk. Flrem in elsh Fireman (jould Brakemau Montgomer) Express Messf r Ruffaer Baggagemastcr I ong The inj ired were Pmelott, Engineer Postal Clerk Gayle Miss Alie GettH DnUon lenn a museum freak Areh Mnrphj Madison eouuty, Ind., and K A. New Orleans The tttuie of the VcLldeut Freight train N  to the passenger trains bv this wreck canned tlie mistake of the engineer and et nductur of the freight tram 2-i which the tunnel collision occurred t jrtunateh the pas sengerTrafrrliarf not entirety Sucre into the- tunnel w hen the crash c ime and the three sleepers wnich did not the tracks as a menus of escape for the 11 e--e t pers w ere detached and drawn awa> fr in the burning tram Fight Injured KANSAS Mo Ot J3 A bad wreck occurred on the T_mon Pacific railroad a short distance west of the suburban town of Armomddle, about T o clock A freight tram had left this utj ahead of the Ijnion Pacific passenger train and was stooped west of Artnourdo-leon account of an accident to the trucks of one of the freight cars The I uiou Pacific passenger train, which followed close bfl in 1 stopped and a fl idPiau was sent back to warn an expected Hock Island eastbound tram, which uses the. Lmtii Pacific, tracks into the On account of the fog the engineer of the Rock Island train did not see the flagman s. signals until too late to btop the tram and the locomotive crash ed into the slcepli g car athena of the Union Pacific tram Ihe engine was a complete wreck and the engineer was buried beneath the debris Ihe following is a list of the injured Pat Culleu engineer of the Hock Island tram probablj fatallj injured He lives in lopeka Kan John Cuff fireman se- vere injuries about the bead and shoulders Edward Jackson (coloied porter) of Ed Kan both broken J H Grayson Pullman conductor lett leg bad ly hurt J I? Chicago severe bruises in back J A Lapschire Lincoln, Neb right kuee badly cut John Dns coll, Osaqua Kavp) left leg broken below the knee C bj rmgfield Ills special census agent back hurt and bruised about the bod} Ihe track was cleared about noon The damage to the company is estimated at (VO Four Dead on the Crossing ATLANTA Ga Get 2.3 special to 1 be Constitution from Home sajfa A terrible accident has occurred on tl e line of the Chattanooga Rome and Columbus rail road Four persons were killed three m stantly The other one died ifterward A southbound p issenger tram left Chatta nooga on time in 1 is runn ng at a mod erate rate of speed Chicka ra lUgua as the tram d ishcd i ut of a cut a cmered wa-5 uj on i uos-mig 1 he engine struck the UK I killed J Jenkins, his wife aud ami Mrs James Bowuan all of county Two AVere Killed BIRMINGHAM Ala Oct 2% men were killed in the wreck which occur red on the Kansas Cit> Memphis aud Birmingham railroad near this cilj Ihey were John Killiau, fireman, on his way to Armory, Mist, where he was to be mar ned, and J B Franklin, drummer from Nashville None of the injured are m danger, mid many of them h ne gone on their way Ihe blame for the accident is put upon Engineer Charles Russell who pulled out without proper orders He has disappeared. The I freman Was Injured NFWHAM-N Oct at ul end col lision betueen two freights on the New Haven and Derby i uli md neai Hound Hill, Wednesday 1 ireman George Norton wasserioustt aud perhaps fatally injured The engine of the rear train and several cars were badly wrecked A 850000 I he at York YORK Pa Ort 2.1 carpenter shop of tlie Pcnnsjhama works, owned bj tht B I'ftrquhar company, and four bru k bamuol Si hrom I urns r MIM Jane Nye and A H I arquhur wtrt burned la- evening loss on taipenter shop partially msuiid Ihe cause of the fire was met iul inn NEW Oct 28 "i alo univer football team df f( ated the illiams college eleven stei b> astore c f-ifltoO Root Beer IB made from the genuine roots, barks and berries Not like n great many others that are doctored Imltatlonn of U One 25 cent package makes five gallons No tronble to make Fall BlflM DobM" the W.t THE NEWS IN BRIEF imdeniMMl Gathered fi m ar The fc of the Luite 1 st itts >f Brazil Las 1 ctn n cognized by Italy 1 rank Houla a tan nter of Milwaukte H has o to trts un I s ib( ou tractors u the lurch to UK an ml of ?30 000 F n well known in t circles died at Boston He v, is f r erly 1 m the Boston and iteamsl ij lint uirj i. 11 iinmer hardware lealers of Boston Liabilit L-, asstts ab_mt (MO The firm i ikea a com-promtse olln of thhty eeiilS ijable in thirtj Ibe loronto Globe has publ the first part of Birehall s storj of the h< u well tragedj In it Birehall 1 u LS that he had an) thing to do with tl c k llmg but that Benwell ail he had made a (ompa  fire Loss It h ts been earned that while nn a j  rec nth the Baroness Alph e K ths child was r 1 bed of jewelry to tl u f 60000 franc. Ihe Re] ibluan conference at 1) il is nomiitittd Diniel Ojster f Hi for TwenU i tnct of Pt hania New ork importeib supplied th forms ofprotts irt Litmg Collect ri har.lt s oificial (ictKii un 1 r the new tantl law to cL hn ou the u 1 f the omission of uion JO to an end 4-1J in the cop> w Inch the preside: t si0n 1 Major Gleis n of Long Island t> has not succeedc i in getting out- of j i I The New irrk M-ary n Minister Murwat.1 jf un has been reralU 1 In hu ne it I n fuendh bniwte i tLe n n t r i id Vuetan lilanje is nd to be the t uiie of Murw it. i s w al Ir iw il P ire dan 1 the iliers lute Lead w >rk-> at Pittsbur-, Pa to the extent of vSt U.H) firemen i i i td Llh1- and ilian were hurt b> falling walU Dan el rune a 13 year-old la 1 of Lo  n f jr life r G lell of will be a caudi te for Unite 1 ate-, sena tor at the nt ou of the It., Johunj H )pe Hope the "famous bank beeifj u loned bj Governor Hill after serving nine jears eight months and twent) of th ty sentence imposed up n him by Cowing in July lur complicity in the robbery of the Manhattan irmtitution Sheetiy HP O  will if upon it to tuin r the piiHipfil i 1 interest of tin ri inklin fu 1 win i units to S Helm iiquiKs th i tl is term of notice I i st ru d t m at ichment has been 1 d on thf f HI 1 h rt, aud it IR tin nhn rf thp trtis s thit nothing w M I 1 >i f us t h il L 1 tin IR i until t! c PI i 1 1 hi i suit is sptih 1 Makes the lives if nruy people miserable, distress ifter e itmg, sour stomach, ekk Tioidache Fioirtbuni, loss of appetite, a faint, all gone feeling bad taste, coated tongue and Irregularity of DiStreSS the bowels. DyspepshdoeT After llot R0t wel1 II f requires careful attention Eating 1IKi remedy llko II Is SirsaparUh which icts pmtly, yetefficienlly It tones tlio fitoimcl) regulates the digea- tlon, creates pood ftlnk lietlte hiTiishes lieitlidio, Jj u and rpfreshea tho mind HOflClaChe I Invo Ix en tn unlod with dyspepsia I hid but little appetite and what I did eat .j distressed me, or did me near i- Roml Aftcr j PUm wouldlnve a flint or tired, all gone feeling, as though I had not eaten uiythlng My trouble was aggravated by my business painting I ist spring I took Hood s Sar saparllla, wbleh did mo an Stomach Immenso amount of good It gavo me an appetite, find my fi id relished and satisfied tlio craving I had previously experienced" OROROK A PAGE Watirtown, Mass Hood's Oarsaparilla MoldhyalldnigKlatu 01 sliforfj prepared only by( I HOOD A CO Apotheoarlei.LowoLl, Mua IOO Doses One Dollar linv N t M Vi (In annual meeti ileiiitiisoM i in 11 inut i yity it WHS ti ti uint 1 that Hi had il ULNJ f i tl e dep irtu i t i il t Christian 1! i ih s tl i f Mi SIM. s t tl t i i i t i h tlnet juar tus i f in h n s t r U d allots nmdi in tl i f i ill i _ t! m the ap pomtinent >f HHV (tail M M of tbia t( 11 e K ft ss i f iht 1 ist or j of relinic us an 1 I i t et! i s Diivltt Kei CUH Hi, I M N t Ml I 1 1 Unit I ith sl s u i t h i ind i na-nisi "1 T I i 1 u I l Hi are in 1 la I til i i t 1 Mi UaMttreiteiateshis i aunu is I m Kid Jim Mi 1) in ott i H then in i 1 and decltirts that tl it! r p s t is U) nlute the I in ltd states n i s s as u rt uh the en 1 s ut.lt Mi I) i 1 it M time an Minutes an 1 in il s i sti Ji t i t Great foi on Moltke linn IN Oct Iht eiupr r has 01 di re 1 thut the c< lors if ill the in B thn 1 f hr t thf residence f Count e n M h kt n i i 1 his hs Lit ction has bet i tent ordfd to i (rerin in sul j ct 1 nipt i i Iluim the king of Sax the ynuitl of Hrwm md several j i UK t s ill go in a b to Count M like s ri si iti ce to c ns uf the HI mv and Mil) or (.1 Mutt Walt I N On vi Grants lettei t) n I I U (requesting a re count of Neu 'i ik IIHH jiot jet been receded at the n 11 ir dep irtment s will Tal i in the matter of the uco u t until tin shall have b on f 11 nail hud b f ie him and n t( i 1 nf rtrr I is I n c nsulted oa rhc ct 1 tic 1 it u s t tctod to re- linn from I n pe on 1 n irs la) Both the method and results -when of is taken; it H ple'i-iuil aud refreeliuig to the an 1 in s gently jet promptl} on the Ivilnpys, Liver irrd c' IM (S tin tern effectually, di-[ (1- t 1 i land iches aud feyers an 1 cnns liihiiiul constipation, hj nip it I is the ouly remedy of its kind pro duced, pleasing to the Ucte and ae ceptable to the stoni ich, piompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effpcts, prepared only fnm the mo-t healthy and agreeable main excellent qualities coniiiiend it to all and hue nude it the most popuhr remcdv 1 noun of 1 is for sale in 51V and SI bottles In ill leading dri f gi-ta Any lelmble may not have it on hind will pro cure it promptly fir anj one vvho wishes to try it Do not accept an) substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO, SAN FRAf CISCO CAL wuisviiiF, KY nan, N Y Upccial Notice, The ladies will find at "WaiUs' all the late arrivals in Woolen Yarns, among highl} recommend the following famous favorite brands Best imported German K nitting Yarn, m all colori, best Spanish Yarn, in all colors, baxouy Wool, all colors, Knitting Wors- ted, all colors, imported Zephyr and Zephyr Germantown ouly in very best quality Likewise we call attention to our giand, supoib stock ot Fall and Winter Under- wear, Outfits, Clul drens' Cloaks, Coats and Hats and Caps tor the Fall wear Very latest handsome styles, war ranted made ot the best materials and superior workmanship Fall Hosiery, "Kid Gloves, Corsets, iine Muslin Underwear, All new goods Fine Umbrellas, in endless variety. One Gloria Um- brellas, which sell at 50, we are now selling at cost, }es, trul) cost, ouly 98c. Call and be convinced. i .j i TITV IIAII D R. EDWIN FISCHER, Foiuierljr DomonBtintor of Din- HiUy Penna College of PhlladolphlB. Eeraoved to 21O -BlAST STAxjal SJ.XJ'B'BT, Next door to Liorary Hall and Teeth extracted absolutely pain lew, with out the use of gas or ether Gas administered also The largest variety of HUPFRFINF TREAM CHOCOLATES guaranteed to be tho finest made in the U 8 will be found at ANGKT.O CAMKKA'S Fine Confectionery Store, SOB SO w J. TRKNTON N J Fancy Ice Cream, Soda Water, Ice Cream Bodfui, Milk Shaken, Lemonade, Ao, always on and the best that can be had and Thais are Priced conveni- ent FAIL AND WINlER C I N I IN C 1 Saturday, Aug. 30. CORRFCT STYLES. A TIMELY WARNING J-'Ilv- IIAl 15 Bast State Streat- S WILL BB ADVANCED Therefore look to your interest and pmchasa your CARPET S now while the figures are low DEI ARE DANGEROUS CHESTNUT PHILAOA jsfr FXAM NE UUR T-ist of Prices And you will then see the wisdom of an im- mediate selection Wiltons 81 75 to S3 Z3 Aloqaettes 8150 VelvHfl, best, 81 20 op 3d grade 1 00 up Body Bruaael, 1 OO up Tapestry 55c up 3 ply lufrrafno 85c and 81 00 Extra all wool, 65c and75o A mother s cares are main but Cloth ing foi the is no i oni ol tlitni We tlie cart ot tli it anil tin kas money than home madt n-ul to agree, to clothe the Little anil Hit; with Incoming Our work in the we weld strength and dm ability BO neatl) yyith style A. C. YAMS 6 00. 6th Chestnut. 13th Chestnut. (Ledger BalkUng) MEN'S SUIiS (New Store i d -.nil I ir I better itnt from 11 20 AND OVERCOATS l tine suit from to 24 Drt-ss Ovtrcoatb UUtt-rs and Cape FOR DRESS and BUSINESS.] from Si to 2-, i IltT i -L'OiT. YOUTHS' SUITS, 1 Pncei range on these goods CAPE OVERCOATS from AND STORM COATS, j CHILDREN'S SUITS V met Miit tor ?_, AND NOBBY OVERCOATS from 3 years old. hciutitulU mick ind trimmed SMOKING JACKETS c hut hid in i line and i ot thtst. girmcnt-, from u LOUNGING COATS. J Dont y.ung them CUSTOM 1 Cocked lull ot all the nm titles tor Overcoats and HKPAKTMRN T. j perfect, stvhsh fit. Sinclair, Vannost Co., Clothing Manufacturers. 39 Kast State Street. i A c 1 ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO X1. II. Jr1'" 'X'X1 i- Jr6, J. iOp., 140 PEARL BTKEKT, FORMBBLT HiVrTOH 8TR1IT TRBNTON N J TELKPHONK 432 YOST WIUTING MACNINW. No Ribbon. v Direct Printing. Perfect Alignment Challenger Co., OKNBBAI AQKNT8, NO 1407 CHESTNUT STREET, Philadelphia, Pa. FOR fATALOOtTF V4MT.J- HAD Jills MAN Bought hi) puto of thi AMERICAN" CLOTHING AND TAILORING 00., hi would not km how much tht wnd whietltd thiongh hu cnt olothiig Bojl Md Ohildm ffltk Uu 8E8I TAILOR-MADE GLOlHING At rnnnk U tkaa prioK. Onr Imdin M SAMPLE OVKHOOAT8 werth onr HAMPI.K 8U118, wtrth (la, for (9 99. Hwdqnutcri for Okildnn'i KBM Snltt Md CLOTHING HADE TO OKDEK ran it b_it in tht d 1 with, nd nght 8 Ktil State. ROT. Advertise" YOUR WANTS' IN KKNTON TIMK8. r i.   

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