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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VOL. IX. NO. 21D5. TWO IMPORTANT TRIALS Eyraud and Charged with Gouffe b Murder ISA4( 1! SVN II I I I ilbi tl I i i lie 1" U th i gi v i a v i i11 Killing ol a fro- tht 1 ntfle BlaiiA i U II K Innocence i nl of 1 v raud and i the n ur ler of Po- iin ji ti u i) at tbe 1 u0  buttoned Ihe Bompard wo- man w is attired vciv neatlj in a dirk L, iw n and jic i' with a seal ski i i tjue Both ins vcre 1 qn suousof the vviib in a r of c i f lente but dur n i I f tin n ictment which 11 in of ih crime they s i emt t u Ihe trunk in Ic s IMIV b 11 been concealed itdtr sis displav ed on a table I v i il i shudv timer 1 i l in t is 10 t! lut( rrogations )f i he ci i. t 11 v i i he fact' hat his career hi I I e i sb i i> one e irlv age he v, n an nun tie of i left Tn tor At 111 i nl lei in l ir uv ill win I till tl pS u u t n ]K n "1 i x im 11 i in i xit bil t lie sio deserted l ibe rnl v i lei u I I i iv.ed tlie I i j o f I h i r c i f o r c i s I r this I i v I een re i i I e was c n m 11 Halt I ind s n tUK I i I si 11 lint IMIS irljne! an 1 allowed to return to hi ante win e I t t me- d u aiareerof doubtful a [venture hen tin subject of bis r lull ns w h babricil upon rjriil declared sp n sible lor the woman s immoralities In fait, he ass rud he hud attempted to turn 1 er Ii im ll em I e president of the iribm il ret 11 tl b} reading the police record t b 11 t w hi n a man had of fere I Bomp rtl t- l'l to become his mis- tress Lv r ui 1 b 11 i ci 'el hei suggestion tbat the m n v 1 c l ik< n and devoted by them to it on t' geiht r Eyraud the Murder. When Pv raud was called upon for his he threw the blame for Gouffe 8 mem 1 i U mide aj t i i pelle 1 I lelj to e in t the muni 1 i H Ihe i icuidin j i 1 an} turn b I i th Lemutj All i m K. I ermissi nl 111 I 11 Jf t e I is nil It I iv e b n 10 Ihu e ii I tl n a Ij un lav, J lav ll e j in wil Slid will to jvei th e llll rd by the e ise THE DEATH OF SITTING BULL. I'RENTON, WEDNESDAY AFTKKNOON. LIME IN PARNELL'S EYES 18MO. TWO GEN JERRYS DEAIH 3vave That Many S. Ill Massacred Out of Ut v BlSMAHl K N D Her P round about hereistemb aver the killnu of bun I< ofcn in in eas) fi i i it 1 is i used ninth irehensun I s f< 1 tliat man} fwuilies of 1 is vv I feel Ihe vi nkeance of fitting Bull f H v is tit- ling Bull's sou who vvaski le 1 wits a bright joulh onlj vears ol i It is expected tbat tbe settlers will flock to Bismarck and Man I m 1 v the hundreds as soon as the news of Sitting Bull s death is known country up 11 sii id 110V1 ABL touched tint be was not re- testimony mu Bin Death "Not Ineipf'tetl HOCK S 1) Dec 17 [t is st that there vv is i quiet une'er standing between the oflm is of the Indian and militiirj departments t1 at it would be impossible to hitting Hull to Standing Kock alive, and that if brought In nobodj would know pieriseh whatlo do with him He would mill be a source of great annojance, and there' re it la aliened that a complete un It rstanding d between the comm n ing officers and Indian police tint the slightest at- tempt to rescue tbe o'd mt 1 tun man nhould be a signal to s  IP, loo. lively Sinmu.KBO" Pani.lllle.ini lull I ui ivellit- Uluk thiiriisiinil iKhptunrstlfk" VI t I-rwly tuetl 1 until Uln.bled fir a Time BALIINVMII I) c 17-Mr Davitt ac cumpiiiud 1 v it! r O II 1 i u airivtd in the cm q i e sit MV in I illi AS d then vv I 1 ic were el etis ind i ul ter ilipis iintl vin us paitisau sh uls from Ihe nn rs if the vanous fietuns and miicli dlsoid r Davitt begun bis spieib n w m 11 ith It dinond aud 1 tllsr Kv in and ithei Pun Hues drovi up to the lower part o the square He im u 1 speaking bin nil me usly wiUiDivitt Auothei crowd headed by Mr 1 inner aud several also ap- pall d on tlie scene about the Mure time, and the confusion was indescrib tble In the n Hist of tin uproar Mr Parnell and alii- pirtj of bis supporters made their MIVV H Dee 17 -M j i U u H l llil app irin i Ihej were greeted b) shouts f lil> ho the f ix beh nd Kitty's skills ind ilhcr offeuHive cries from the anil Piunellltes while the Parnell faction r plielwi n eqm.llj violent attacks upon their ci en is A IU I Hot tam.nltfu Inileed Mr Pin i dressed the crowd m his vicinltv t at ke would not insult mil h u mete'-sarily, but in to U hi iv is a man who went to par 11, n ui 1H01 as a lorv ind supp rter of raell and .low wauled tog as a I iberal n i a sui p r er of 0. ada me In Hdiiess) d fended in the house of com mon, ile tins tben prtceeding ibrtuUiutK count} Ci ells of 1o l v, ill Ii n I W mid Kilkenny take as her repi iiiuivi- a mm who advo- r i etl tin- ex i "inn it on of thi-e people? nes ol V -i l The d irJer m r ed t i n n i 1} ihile Mr Punell was I'M 1 llll at th tl vv ere u e v h ins M n_'in in Jic squire Ihu i ,.lu 1 t ui e i mist L.II t.al, blackthorns ai d asl I 11 it sucks bi IIIL used jrously I in t surteil for Pxrm 11 it if OK ill nimeiit pirt in the i i on st r t fur tl c- wa0'oii from ul i, p i tl s, eikug He re lined i u v ti aid was pretty bally usetluplcf ie In vvascomp 11 1 to desist fr m h s u p s of nee in_ Parnell face t i i lie shoiilr I Vi ffKi n j Ic me here to defend I e r ,1 t of u1 l i n eetint, ind liberty of e l um i u nts sent tbeirhlack "L'a ti-to H in I" But wt have beaten i jrk 1 lever was stitick bv an i m m mv We but I I ave been 1 v n in times b) our 41 n II lem u ks roi his t renewid dcm i strat oils of lie police fmailv dispersed tbe r Pi nel lit puiv diove nil) i tl mil 1 ii ner to Castle x n m i le r'derupon Bompard. He said that she proposed to kill and rob tbe bailiff, buy a trunk and couceal the bo ly in it Eyraud went on with great coolness to describe the fatal affair He told how Gabnelle was fondling the un- suspecting victim at the moment when the noose was thrown around his neck The noose was attached to a pulley behind a curtain and when it was tightened Goufte boon ceased to struggle He could not crj out and life was extinct in a few moments 1 he body was then placed in the trunk and removed. Bompard being interrogated in her turn, declared that the cnme was entirely of Eyraud s dev ising He worked out all the details ind bj his influence over her com pelled her to bear her part in carrying out the nefarious plot dabnelle testified that she bought the trunk in I ondou for the purpose of pack ing linen in it She declared that Eyraud enticed Gouffe to her room, and that she was ignorant of his murderous intention at the time Ihe trial was adjourned for the day Sawtelle on Trial. DOVER, N H Dec 17 Stratford county court house was filled to its utmost capacil} when Isaac B Siwteile, who is charged with the sensational in u r der of his brother Hiram, in Febru ary of this year, was brought to trial I he prisoner looked auout the same as he did six mouths aud wears tbe same suit of clothes He took I is seit between the conn ,el for the defense m the space lei served forlbi I ar, un I will JKI-S Iv occupy this place during Ibe mil A nsiili illon lietwctn the c inrt i ul t e oruevs resiiltttl m the wavm0'ot ll i Im, of the indictment 'dertd up by tberlul uuliiii plj to i liijlltst toptind hem I tint 1 t was n t i It) Ihe so lictionof a jurv was then proceeded w llll Ihi Jury Soruied A jurv was- secured after calling nfty Ihe indictment in threi) s 11 a i and the jury 01 n So 1 I i n u nde tin open ui' Ii M it once I e0 in IIIIUM T SAWTH1I are from 3JO to iOO Or il llll n ks under the com ma i d of Mmrt Bull u 1 r vv Dog Ibe women and chilJitfii of tht dead siv aces m ide hideous with their wail ing 1 here are ahead} lent PS tbat the killing of Mump Bull is likeh lo settle the war without fuither bbt 1-bed Ihe acknowledged linden, of ll f-n Chief Gall and John fiimlj b} tbe government anil express no regiet at the takn gtff of Siltint, Bull Ihe bri in of the dead bodies of Sit ring Bull aid his sous cau-ed a good deal of excitement at the ageucv there is a great deal of bitterness among the squaws of the Inr'iau pohcimen who charge tbat tbej were sacrifind to save Lucle Sams pale face soldiers These Indian women will keep up d-ath songs for weeks cutting off their hair chopp ng pieces from their fingers and si isiiing their bodies fearfully In other quarters the cavalry are blamed for permitting the In dian police to ride off so far in advance when if the two bt dies hail ome upon the hostile Indians together the litt r would have been overwhi lined and Sitting Bull taken into custcd) without resistance Troops on tbe Qui Dec is repented here that orders have been issu d from military headquarters in this cit} t j the cr mm ind ers of Fort Mead tort Bedfoid and Stand ing R ick and all the forts in the west, m eluding Fort Sheridan, near this have the forces ready to march at a mo- ment's notice Advance ordeis were sent to the three first named posts scvinl davs ago to make preparations for a dee sue move on the hostile Indians Tina vv is done in view of the plan to arrest Sitting Bull as it was believed that such an attempt would sure ly piovoke an outbreak Col Corbin, icting us adjutant general of the division of the Missoun, said that at all the agencies in the Indian country an order has been sent out by runners order all Indians to rept rt at the agency forthwith to be disarmed and dismounted, and v arning all who do not immediately respond that the) will be trtated without mercy by the troops Secretary Pioctor's DC Proc tirsnidht thought the killing of bitting Bull would hive the effect of bringing the Indian n( iibles- to n head and that-very spei lib 1''e calm it discinse 1 the In dian situation 'secret uv Pruct >r read thoteiegiajn fiom d m Bronki ivnuounc ing Ins determination ID cud tlie trouble by decisive action birretuiis Blame, Iracj and Xoble were absent addiess open air Uj e n tlie ev ents tiiat Two tatal Powil YOUNGSTOVVX 0 DC noon n terrible ixphs Absolutely Pure. A of tartur powfler. Mt of nil In ImTrnnng lUjngth TT. Bcpuil, Aniut 17, luCD, IT after 'i occnried at the works of the Ohio I'OWIT ct mpaii) live miles north of th s   I nn is tlie hrst serious accident since the vveirks stilted seven veais ago CHICAGO, Dec 17 An explosion t com red at 9 a m in the wash house of tin Aetna Powder coaipanj at Millei Ind thirty miles cast of tins citj William Llarke an employe, was killed The Kiillionil Meeting Nrvv "S UIIK Dec presidents of the IiunkLincs association and Central Traflie asso lation mi t jesteidayand dis- cussed the question ol reducing the rates on freight tar mil age Action on the question was deferred until tho nixt meet- ing Ihe iiistirn hound rates on corn on amliiftti 1) e 51 vv ill hi Uvenl j five cents insiinl t f u tv two and a half cents Coup mis bt n 1 some i i hits which are still p 15 111, on' miss i on emigiant business Bulinakill and as s n _ llal Mr Pain I bail brought a i K i, r 1, 1 1 1 j at icrx i hem Mr Par tiell s in ue was hooled, an I It t wrr I t Pa'iiell that if he u il 1 1 come and b a d I him (Davitl) he vrulil ir n'ee I in a e l ll e heir Mi 1'ai 1 fcd I AM t t m   wood N J and two of bs sis' is wmi present at bis deathbed ti igillbi summons was sent to h s br iliers ol Adrian lern of Knoxville lenn and Mr Irelenck Terrv of bt Paul to Col Kobert P Hughes, U S stuioiertat (uvernor B Island and his me Miss (laralcrrv but none of tlen airivtd m tun- Ihe funeral will take place on rrila) ifternoon Admiral r ie druid A.rmv post will attend, but time will be no military display The interment will be in drove Street cemeter) Ibe general has left a considerable estate publish ing bouse recently tried to ind ire him to wi te hia version of the t ire of 1 ort risher but bis phjsician Dr J P C Foster absolutely forbade him to do so lo Dissolve the Centennial Hoard Dec iivtm inbers of the b) ird of control of tbe t ei mal ex bibitio i >f ISiSappeared" bel ire tin co nmittie on tbe judiciar) in roiineeti m w tl a bill introduced thi s jn h) Mr O Null if Piiinsvlvama t i n i e the bo ad f; dissolve Fredci k 1 il v thi r sidtnt of tne bond, I i u I tin pi mil asked tin ibee m inutec "-epoit it fivoiably lie till pi Vldes T i it ttie b l'a teof-thefli i mill hands of ibe boar I and forwliei ill i .re u J cldim nits shall be tuiu vut the Pei i, vl ran la Museum an 1 e 1 o ludustilil lae bill relni d lo n sub-corimittcc foi n N P ir ker bhiitridne llomasN I) i llev 'seim tor Harbour aud i F Hollnwul weiethe other members of the boarti present riillulolphla Compete Vn Dec 17 Derbv stakes if the Philadelphia Kennel clu field trnls were run off. here ibe we ubci was cold and birds not plentiful Ib r vveie nineteen i nines hut tun were filled Ihe following couples vvtrednvvi to run I liison s Jem u-t suit-1 lav lor s Bever Pef, t lln O'tou Hartm in Albeit s DuchesseaL in st ll Us ter s i i ici tine h s Lucv N bl s vn i spomu out ft lie w I la s ex i p bert s IHlellessO Ikve j s Ptg and'sniid t ie nen i e vv s e i led in 1 iti r to inn v b I'e, ifiin0t n 1 he r wir h u) w utled s follows All il Ducnesae hist Bcverlv second aii-1 I ofll u tlnr 1 MOST APPETIZING EASILY DIGESTED. II t ess renders their cocoa of i the highest ilepree its clelit ions ut llt-sti former, tint greater "BEST GOES FARTHEST." 1ST VA II II i trr r lln lit llial I ih weights mils rail Uled ii llollund, and to-dii ImltatloDI In I 4 1 nasily notxli'rl and nulnliVQ THEE. ill m i Ill II- i i A EAST STATE STREET. i ut u i re lliat Bin ivclt 1 d lars K la iciiieil i v Biau nlshcd bj tbe e n II c Vth nice Hill D i 17 Pine Mill luce 1 III tl e Ii I- u I i WINTHSI4 B'l'YT.H! DH1U15Y3. SEAL TURBANS, SEAL CAPS, C.-T T o "V t S. YOUMAYS IIATa A Xmas Trooonts GIVEN AWAY. i of 52 00 worth >r mi -ol iinbia Desk Calendar and Pen Holder, rili or n ore we will jlte a People's Tvpewnt-er, Valued at Express Wagons Sf J ;v, Tjp writers iirp limited to L i" i j.1 j -roc LO WEST Bicycles Tricycles, Steam Velocipedes. II uirl) Engines and c i i for tha 1 Kuad Tie com of appeil l m 1 the j i f tl c lovvi 1 ll e i of N t L P s i L 1 in I i i i e 1 u d the il nil it A Heft a Dec has c urt 1 the N tan Kill i i te ill in v ind deel Its II tlie r idcunH be opraled in fr 11' Post s premises cons s of ten use on the sii th siili 01 ti i thud Ftrtet It Kveen L uuiwaj and vei th avennt nil less ll e c mipanv pavshim '32 oUO is th price tf so mueh of tie eiv eneutsoie' I iftv tli rd sin 1 1 api nit-nan to the p- ert) as is require 1 lor 1 he opei ition ol 1 1 railvvav An appeal vv is n fn in ihi part of the judgment winch award d H- 87S to Mr Post for past damages 1 h s judgment is aflirtned Goveinmeot vs. Union Dec 17 Judge La combe and a struck jnrj m the Lnited btates cncuit eouit a tri il was begun in a cise in which the su 8 the Ijnion lele_riph and tbe I nion Pacific Railroid companj to re cover ?124TiB3 the an omit paid to the Lmon for telegraphic meseiges by the 15 jvernuieut over imes extend n from the Missouri river to San Francisco since 1881 Illegal Punifthed. BOSTON Dec 17-Ilie Lnited Stales grand juij relumed s mie lift} lour in dietments to Cirptnter Vmjiu them were twentv m re w I ith vnu found against tbe votel retenlh ainsted an 1 thej weie nnmt ill ild j ar raitued Tlie fusl tw pie di 1 the judge imp isid i fine of HOO mil eosls Theresi pie itktl in t Miiliy nid they wire held in b ul eicb I >r trial No Flee RnnkB for laroelilal Se DFC Ihe qnt s on whether 01 not New Havei i-lwll liuisli fiee text books to the pupils fibii Ihi le laijilnal schools was decided jisti tl l i tl t IK Dative it i sjin al u ecln j; was cjeiit excitemi lit il tbe in'iliu, m d at i i e tune i hit I hf was ft i i 1 f p 1 mi l I id to be sc nl f r o ird i lln a Ijom mil im nt l1i tlir n f 1 a'nl icsiilti i i t 1 i_s i- t il n, it 13 ]iVi-ui ilii cli nn to tlie tisto a i il act i }Ct on flic K and J! nve's c' its ['IP M n 't til il v d t Is c It id ami f s t 1 c in s Ii il itin i iMon h M ,j (f 1 ies la tli i h reiii dy of it-j laud pt< 1 iff 1, 'f i ing f i tlie tnote and ac ti tlie E'OIII leli, ptoinpt in its act.oti ix.id tiuh buieficia! in it< effts, picpirod 01 Iv from the mo-t Icillhy and sutotancep, Us nm v, cxcellput fjii ilitica coniinend it to all and 1m e 11 ide it the most popuhr known. of 1 ir's H for sale in 50c and bottles. 1 ill lending drnj gists Any re'u'1 le may not hme it in hind pro cure it promptly f i any one who to try it. not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SXH CAL LOUISVIIIF KI tr i few y CHRISTMAS NOVELTIES AT Wallis' Fancy Store. 118 N. BROAD bTREET, TRENTON, N J. Grand Opening of Ililiday Goods. Call and see them H' vi A FUI.lj-W "F NEW DESIEADI E til" la ti le 'o iitl 9 U H ind Children Natnrsl Wool Scarlet Me1 nte', Whitrt nl Mi nn (lie ll i u me half wool all heavy weight nn um i t 01 i tire HO popnlar, from 26c up il tin lewstvUs bo I l Black and colors The beat Fast Illa  rchiefs Is Urge Cdrofnlly selectt d COESETi In all the leading makta rnn Ferris Waist 0 P Corset I I 53 ard 125 North Broad Street. Opposite City Market. HAH THIS MAN Koi jjht pinto of thi AMERICAN TAILORING 00., would not mnch wild thiongh hi.- .--a isilj. W- art clothiag tht vatM till TAILOR-MADE CLOSING At a.ach ll l pncw Or" grut an BAMPT.K OVEKOOAfS tor i md "d 001 (13 narUii for Okildnn'i Kntt Pit.U CLOTHING MA.DL TO >FK tun u but nght it, qn n vi lit li> nun 1 en l' C 1 Si) pns i 1 L inn 1 In land llll V V I I I v ll [till meet me, last Di n solnl i UK tilt mid ,uppi .1 I unill lit miinit ipal tl i il h iuut at a n n 11 "siv l a 1 g Mi I 11 "i U as a cm able nnd mi on ntibb Un It rand vvi rlhy ol b, suppoit of Iimlimeu al hi mo and abroad A copy of tbe reoolulions was to Mr I'm inblid to Mr I'm ell Perfectly hsrmleiw jrm'tm 'i tberffctr I M I I I working tin i Impmlty w I dlseain nil ThousamU t i of Hootl s c rft 1 a fi tht I r n i tha m iiieiit curt thp iiicceii R renie ly for in had fallod. StnT d No jtolponoui used in co'mponndlng Confih Cure drui 'fi effeotd are rnaalcul No remfdy hai ever been dlnooTfred 10 iinre and effectual In brc-Mnf cough or cold "I will mv 1 yein v disease, citi with th tl that nn t up ft L win of health AI I HUTU I'm K Oar taldbynl bf 0 I HUH i IOO D lpil for Viehsvejut, reiiiyitl a gmn 1 ntock of hi an t fill Uintrllas will all Ihe latest ftylis nl hai d c in no il fllvi i, niekcl and i sinrnl Ftlefcs for atlnffaiiS gintle mn alsii f h ol <1 i Ir n from 10i fiOr H'c lip to tl l fl i's u nd at lino Hln m Uml n lla mlvi r hai tile wo till now at wliith an su'd all over t in o ty _at SI 40 VS e hivji_ou J left. BQ i all once bt fore tin v tlocl out A fine Parngon I r me Oloria 2ri DOLLS. Wo aroov rK yoms In thedi II trade and never before hud Riich a prand "lock dolls BB n w Anuriian, trcnih fnidiah Hull man Kiilla diensod or litin in nn ei d less varlely whl h we bought bt f in tho advanci in pri aid Bill tiuly at prestnt cost AUo doll hats shoes, ho o etc I MS iriipa- ts tiv ll i r-at and helped my r 11 Imvn state Ii MRS B IX arilUi r -iv 1 rf] only I iwell Cno Dollar T'w I OPPOSITE 011Y HALL The largest variety ol BUPFRFINF TRFAM CHtXOI tobethnfinest made in the U H will be found at ANGKT.O CAMERA'S Fine Confectionery Store, Butchers, Restaurants, Grocers, Hotels, Etc. All kin Ii of Meat llnrks HI irks II n Ies Counters Butchers ftwtOnHerw I Hitnd and l hepHe I Hull uij Oyster ounterH rmvs etc The Monitor Hand Cart, ALL HIZFS Manufactured by c.v. IIHJ., COB LA FA'ife.TTE AND fTM Part of Green t kennedj Mill TBEVIOV N I YOST W KITING MACHiNHl. No Ribbon Direct Printing. Perfect Alignment T. E. Challenger Co., SOB so u x M TRKKTON, N J Fancy fruits, linfH roam Hona Wntoi IP Creum SodM Milk Shaken, Umonndo Ac i on hand, and tho best that can be hod and made laou Prtoo conveni- ent Mr all i NO 14W LHEMfNUT SlRFEf Philadelphia, SEND FOB CATAUKJret. .J.   

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