Trenton Times, December 19, 1890 : Front Page

Publication: Trenton Times December 19, 1890

Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey VOL. IX. NO. TKKNTON, FKIDAY i9, 1890. TWO TWO MURDERERS SWING Elmer Sharkeyand Henry Popp Pay the Penalty. QLKh VOItk VI (.OLIMBCS. Both Men Iluniriil UM One SiatTuM 1 lit) live Mi HI Ll'ii ID III nth, but I'opp Died Without II Con vii s o Ucc lit-timer Sharkey and IK in) 1' pp were executed by bung- ing m the iinmx. of the Ohio penitentiary slurll) uftir inilnmht bhaike) was the to mil column to expectation he diduotwcik ii Hi Kcppt don the scaffold at 1.2 ami s 11 h miumeB later was pro- uounu 'I ing, I will answer to dud for what 1 have done, and forgive nil I'opp'it k 1 i !r u limits aftir bharkey was pro- ii i i d d i is hoi} had been removed 'ii it t l Id pr. pond for Popp, who htipn I out In m tht death cell at 1229 In Jess (j) in oiu mi iuie his ai ms and legs had I t LU pmioiH d the black cap and rope adjusud and the levir pulled which I ninclu il him His neck was biukcn b) the fall ind he died without a stri xlr llorrliile Uhiie Mi rkt i s niothfr was lying in bid in Jdiin m J he beat her on the h( vd a ni i tl until she was dead Lati i in tht. nuht hi nppLnred at a t 'i -i i i in u ij puintl) coudi- t' i mil tn dih Initials had attacked ltitive i' was alleged, was a fear Ins inolhir would disinherit hltn if he s oild murrv a young lady with w hoiil tie WH.S t ng ilenrj Fiipp'tt Clime. llenr) Pcp'i killed a saloon keeper at anton O IK J a I Ijt en assisting m some woik iliout Hi >-uoju, in return for w Inch tht u kiq.ir gave him sufEcieut hqnorto bun diunk He then lie came noli) and was ejt eted Returning after a short tmif lit w.is put out He tin n rune I ich. ind fatall) blabbed the saloon kiepi-r trial his guilt was admitted, but the ph ,i of intoxication and extenuating circumstances urged against the infliction of the death penalty IHQHC fiiuithV KIghth ReHplte. COU.MLLS O, Dec yesterday afteinooti Governor Campbell respited Isaic Smith, was to been hanijed in the pi nitcntiarj last night Ibis 18 the eighth timt smith has been respited The eMdentf which cot Mtted him wasentirely circunibtuntiaf, uud there ts grave doubt of his guilt PROVIDENCE'S BIG FAILURE. Oiren Bros, Am leu, with LlabillUci Et- tlniHted at a. Million Dollarn. im MF, R I, Dec 19 Bros agent" of the Atlantic mills, have assigned Charles ii Merrman is the assignee The liabilities are estimated at Ste phen O Metcalf will continue operations at the millSj ttlncb, the managers state, are not affected b) the faiTure. Originally Owen Bios controlled the commori'stock of the but during the past nine mouths additional capital has been invested, SCOO 000 of which was m the nature of preferred stock Ihe financial difficulty is this Fiveyears ago the St Croix Woolen mills at St Croix, N B, failed That concern owed in rnund numbers, outside of its bonds, winch amounted to addi tional '1 he concern had been backed by the On en Bros, who then had consid- erable capital Extension notes for the total indebtedness were issued, to run five jeara, and of these notes the Owen Bros had taken up fully 50 per cent, not less than 20 percent being talcen up as early aa Octobei Ib88 The last of these extension notes fell due Dec 1 and 4, 1890, but owing to the great stringency of the money mar- ket the Owen Bros were unable to ob- tain the loins which were jieceasitated on account of the drain which this note busi- ness had made upon their finances llonughue Wins Again. AMSTFIOUM, Dec was the Recond da) of the International chain pionship skating contest The event, a spin of three miles for the amateur cham pionship of Holland, was won by the Amerlcm sknttr, Joe Douaghne, in 9m ITs Then1 was less wind than on Wednes day, but snrw f II The event was wit nesst d b) a ciowd, made up of visit ors fiom the various cities of the Nether lands an 1 fi 0111 abro id An Apeit ilnnllilo Death. N Fedora Dimlilf-i n widow MM! alone, mel i bumble dt.ilu last Sho was filling i lamp on the stove liearlh whentho ml, ninth i ui over, immediately ignited communicated to her clothing and in an instant she was enveloped in fimi" Mr an I Jfrn neighbors, who camp to h i i, u ere severely i liurnul ui burne1t h i hi In I alll I M [It HI Hi in inter gentriil hits q p iiiii.il I 1 II k as chief of the free cU tn i r> MMITII StOIR of tilt SUUU'l liH-.l--t lilt s ttl succeed him us tint-1 tit i k II ihu LH Hill not un inln ifTiu n ml 11 1 n IK n the resui ill n of Mt m, tlntf of the frtt bus beet Ho Shut Ills FRESSO tut Ui-t II DI i o in cent called Ht tin risnliii'i of Ins from lie liud BepnriUi d in il vh rlu uftir shot her dead )k uns aiirittil mil (ikin to prison where he fell int) uiKonstious- ness, Imving proljulih t ikvn p Ihe cause of the tniKidj is UIIKIIOU n PARIS' GREAT TfllAL Denlea Thut UU Intluence Ovei Itompard II) piiotn PABIB, Dec trial of Michael Lyraud and (jHbrullo for the murder of Gouffe, Dr Brcuariii I deposed that Gflbrielle sane, though deiicient in muial pcrct ptiuit a lack of any tense of jjuilt for her crime Othei medu il evidence was given, tending to show that the womau was susceptible to hvpnotism It was d that she might huve been brought under Pjraud'a influence bv tins mums At tins point Eyruud crent> d n scene m coint bv .uigrily siioutniK thai nothing of the kind had ever occurred, and that Gabrielle was fooling the doctors pretending to Mubmit to hypnotism Dr Voiim testified tiiat he had hypnotized the woman, but declined on the ground of professional ethics to give tlie details Dr La C.issagne deposed that he could not say whether the Iracture of Guuffe's 1 neck to with a cord or with the handut leiv- ingwith 100 fighting mm Ihe i fleet has been disheartening to man) others I havedirretid the troops to d an agreement entered into last Wednesday night bhoupe's term will end Maah 4, 1891, and McConnell's March 4, 1893 Dubois gils fir- full years from March next Perfrotly hnrutlesg No drills aoed in compounding ouph Cure Its are manlcal. No rermdy has ever been dlioov red imfe, and effectual In up K backing cough or cold, DASHED INTO ElERNIlY. A Fatal Wreck on the Inter- colonial Railway. Eldlll I'l USOXS ItFl'OKTED DEAD. An ExprtHH Train Jumps the Track Near St pti, One UUUH 200 Partis Along an Embankment uml C i tuhei III to Abutmrnt with Terilfi win 1 was du 'Ihetiree cars turned over tM hibt class Car being badly shattered I ortundleh tht cui ve on which they were the cars awaj from each IUH H> f3 though ilje heavy sleeper wj (uuulhilf the length of the first class cir it rin alongside of it instead of crush uu 'In ni-lj as it would have done on a M i In L 1 ht sltLper u as IK t so badl; ii tlie oilier carts 'Ihe engine stiJ] fJiawjny the bastrafe and mail cars pa---{ d mtr the bridge, the timbers o: ich were broken up by the tw( f ira dcj likd bj the plunge of those m tbUL he id, Alfred Ansen leg fract- aed in r il places, Mrs Cuson, of St C1 ure, scalp wound, George Wilker, con- luctor of the trun, bruistd, Mtice u, atalp ai J broken hands, U Lutone, i in, dislocated shoul- der Kobitnle of Lorette, hand and broken leg 1 Killed, Injured. O, IXc persons K ih (1 in i injured, some fatally, jii t'ie n d Lake trie railroad t limn nt i-r ar tram 5 t M h it 10 id btuke tin >u0h a trestle in. i th t pi ice and was almost totally wietked ll e following peisoila were kiil. I Jl J, Ht on of count i UN 111 MJ-.S C une, o! bliclbj county, Ills JIinl Mii Ada, of bharodbville, O An unknown woman Iiu iitjured w ire Cii.t d ChailPi A, of Massillon, O, pfuhubij fi tall} hurt L o li i, of Is or walk braliiim M f of O itham, of Ada 0 II ill ilhiun, of Mmrodsvitle, O Utndis Ll umductoi, of Norwalk, O 1't pt r, Mi s Louise, of btark county, 0 a i I) hint i Hm in, Leonard, of Marietta, O l Smith PrpflhloiJ n n i MU n., DIP 19 de Giers, hi fou m n i si u upu sen tins the no r ol the mtu iur, Gen Giesaer, tnd a brilliant niblagt of notables, he Ann ncun ministu, lion Charles Sin it li, pit mil nig, celt butted pester 1 i V l li( j u bike of t he establish ni( ut of the iii itish and Amei K an Congregational cluuch in bt Po tw ifliup Iliirutt'n Onughtflr Mitrrled 1U STON Dtc 19-Mns Edith Barrett, uunu st flaughU r of Lnwriiitu It irrett, lu ti utdian IR married yesteidny at iit 1 iimniH 1 church, to Matshull Will ams, of Rnxbun Mass 1 he wedding u us a biilli int one, and over a thousand ts attuid d the recent ion Ldwin ioi tli as un iblc to leave ideiue to ttend Hilt UP I'rttrhttrd NEW li OHK DLC IP speoml cable "torn London .Tat k llurke and Ted .'riU liaid 1mM mgncd nrtK h s of agree ment to t for and the middle )uslnp pf 1 iigland I'ho Ij-liL is to tai o flace in twtlve wi i kw imttMun liftmen in unnal Ihe 10-Minnio a eurnnirtttd puuide by m the uunl Piuly in Ihe morning She h u! h..on m ill houlth for some months PARNELL WOULD lie CoiitliiiifH lour Denjitu Uu 1 hy Hfctnu Orders Dtc Mr Pan tl is ad vised bj Ins plnMiiuN to IMI u n kt rs j estrti i] i> imd n J i M nn i u i ns ure lit w is vstu tn d that 11 si I m )f lull uiiiiuitiun of the i in w lih h t t ht fl t of tl at i nil pro I ubh be desuns ad the i t u uu s of the Met ir'ha cause and tl M that Mr Pariu 1 M- Pu uell, who is to t! f t in WHgomHte bj his ft lends, H the crowd brittlj He rt furred if n split m the pint} us dui, to an uttenij i sn dictation mil used substantiH tin Mtu it? arguments and illuatrutiODfc t- in hiy pro vious apt eches Funds are comm in at t i uij, rate ton aid the sum tW) t u Inch it proposed to raidt foi the pi i r t j ui ting tht uewspiper of tl Ma iten on a dui ib e foundation 1 t- pn it4- of Ireland art furnishing %aln 1 ud in this by urging their pat in iats u contribute from Dublin state it tin iiitj Parnelliie tea k rs are deepU h j over the (.ttstlbiomer incidt it aid It" confident of 'he tkctiuu of bn i n Pup Hen nf ssj It IB su id that the I in IK llite are a requist to tht In urn h) t forbid tlie piiests taking parl i i tkmoi: strations of a political charict r dm in the remaining few dajs of tht Kilkuin campaign Ihe that ui h Uou was thrown at the ParnelJ RJ Atn Castlecoiner received with rilnule i beiiiK evident that flour couJJ i l produced the til net thnt the artii k throw: did upon Mr Pninell'a Mr Bai foui is said to remark'd, on In urn, the flour bton, that the plai e for inn spni flour m the btnckeu distil ts lu h s best to relitve Lpcn heanng of the GaBtleunur me: dtut Mr Jo m Muriel at once (tttd fa a cmferince with Mr Gladst n at Ha. warden U is sid that he h is t f t uri_e upon Mr Gladstone the sinning o home rule for the present and t l ikm up of some reform taut will ruli tt British Lit crals, now disgusted wi n thing Ii i-h 1 he Pariiellit-es then went on tn 0 where Mi Parnell "poke an 1 well received Mi Ddvitt has i sue manifesto eut tied, ]j uc A fur u i I contdins mat bitter attacks uj t Mr Parnell and his> followeis Mi I1 mit 1 will ibsue a counter manifesto 1 UL ites held a and enthusiastic, in LIUIJ at Urlnigford Ihe inodtr 1'or of the in T of 13 1 dst has isiiie 1 an i Idu-s- t the brethren m biuit Li lUin i n b h m o QUO uon conformists m Irt 11 d pro- nouncing agnust bouit ru L in th' shape of lo '-elf on c ui b) tiie imperial it li exp regict that Mr Oladst >i t kt j L -u c n repaid to Mr Parnell until found lUa t nglnud had become aroused tveijthlug VnrutU s ay BUS, 19- Jutiii ULeaij in a view s ud that everything rcall> Nil tion liist, 011 both ai kt of the Atlantic, ha gone sMaight for P uutif ISeai I> tiling tgHinst Jam is irian suv ,t ot lo-u i iiu I f joU t j desolate hole. di> Ir t s and 10 h ilt ruin 1 ippT trj Pai fleil is bound to h mn.i most of tin rural lal Aith hi n 1 he extiemi-a- also support Pdrutil, be i i I f does nut aa Idt is t >ct he M much fuither than iht be-ilt- btmg a nidii ot lirmei en iractei I nt farmers are Ihe most bt liMi aiul letst Na tioual cla-s in the cuu Iliej m t> In against Parnell, hut H is m u to e ui fcider all classes, ineiu Iin0 Uit, land! in estimaling his atuiuth it Pnnel wins in Kilkenny he will siRcet'd rapidlj everywhere in the U he loses his triumph v. ill be postp decree of ski plieism t-ome it id coigec to be u bid I n promiiu net H uer.oiu.-or, with tot struct t pioini nence in Uie reunite I paiij U itunimi do Mr hamberlain, ached him on the subject and the writer is unkind enough t-o sav that t no w ill pn unit found to be n bodies w h SL ad i --a ti id of no conscqutnce tn p n h MI 'Inin ts smd tn 1 i 1 i 1 i rjiifu i T w itli :he h Cnusei u ts and r e that this f at di-n him I i I si .iimsulf 111 tl Ihg tu hi eilk up (lit 1 i y f.n I' uncll Itnn 1) c 19 lit n J mt Kiln Un, i u-id nt I tin Panieil bi n I if t in Ii >iM t-n iiu s nt i [nil s ing r bit lo 1 u I u t m i I m n il i n Irish Ann r t tu H nt illi tn s ul r P null Ihe Puimil ifi u i i H of 11 L m jst p mt i ml in i his put of u t cuu. nti 1 I'( pi I jj 11 nst D 11 LoM'i s iJt i 1 I in (iiaplm 's Komi i Mi it (lit uuoe has i xoiLSSI il I" tfonifrxittnri1 Ibrrtfure It ci appllranoni T Lun ll a I" i u i Id 1 in etii[ loji 1 on i farm n ai tin, I (i eunui uud sum le i b) lakinu a qu nilitv ot pn s CdUse fui the net can be leal lied nits for It ink Offluern i Ike 1 i urrants are out for the urn st jl Pr and (.iffii ur hi U. un-.und net-Tom Jluirilt un i r 1 i n V i l) .Kt jl i ii i i i i 15 EAST STATE STREET. Hllt GTYTjH! DWUIJY SEAL TURBANS, SEAL CAPS, YOUMAN'S IIAT5 A SPKUAUY. 100 Velocipedes, loo Tricycles, 100 Kicycles, 100 Kxpress Wagons, AND A FULL LINE OF STEAM ENGINES. s Mini Unit fi 11. uih J I "Mi'jeaT You can save monej by Lallinir on u before b jut uui jirlus art- ir MII 1 t i 1 1 rcent lower than elsewhere STOCx 32T T ST A T Given Away. A Desk Calendar and Pen Holder, THKNTOK, N. J Fftnoy FrallB, loc Cream, Roda loe Crenm Milk Shaken, Lemonade, Ac Iwajn on the liwt that can hvl and made. ThMe are laoU. oonvunU ntlor'll. With iverj purobau J One People's Typewriter, 1th every UoO purchase i i i 'J l 1 c J Y c J i i c, 118 N. BROAD STREET, TRENTON, N J. fj v 411 STA J, 1 i. I i NO CHRIS'i this year will be complete with- out a pii.sent> IRUC HAP PIN' SS is found in giving not re- If (.all 111 the store we will show }ou man} tilings .suitable foi Chiistiuas presents. Die'-s ILuidsoine HI uk Dress Goods. P'ain ind fancy colored Dress Goods. Supuioi Hlaukets, Couildrts ind Quilts. Choice Tabk Linens and 'fowels f variety in Handkpirlupfq Toilet ,Soaps and Umbiellas and'Skirt1; kid Gloves, Brushes, Ruchings, etc. FOR Butchers, Restaurants, Grocers, Hotels, Etc. All kinds of Meat Racks. lien ties, Coutitflrn, Bulchera anflQroce's 1 Bread antl Cheese t awes biHliunU Oyster Counters, Tray eu The Monitor Hand Cart, ALL SIZES Manufactured by C.V. HILL, COR LA FAYETTE AND WILLOW a [N Part of A Kennedy B Saw Mill TBENJTON, N J HAn J Ills MAN Hooght hu panto of AMERICAN CLOTHING -.ND TAHAIRIKQ 00., wonld not k.v. oartd how ranch the whiitltd thioagh hu Uili. We ari clothi.g UM, aid Cklldrji mtk thi bust m TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING U ninth prioil. Our grant Uwlara an 8AMPT.R OVKROOATS .forth J1S, onr SAMPLE 80II3, wortk (lit, a.d for for Km Etaiti OvucMti PUXTHJNO MAOi, TO OKJiEU, It At tK't kttiM ik estiBtrjr U d -1 wltk, rigkl Jo. 3 Slttt. Oor. St ;

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Publication: Trenton Times

Location: Trenton, New Jersey

Issue Date: December 19, 1890

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