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Albuquerque Daily Journal (Newspaper) - February 5, 1882, New Albuquerque, New Mexico WAIT FOR Till- Speech. ___ _ s, 'G 2 UST AIT n n'K TUMI.. CLOTHING. .l It. Avivnuo I In ___ _ STEIN, TO JBtojLo. cfc Oo. HARDWARE, Ammunition. AUI'.NTS .CTXA 'EASY WATCI1HS, CLOCKS, CIIA-IIMS, BKACKLi-iTs I'INS. LOCKETS, il.-Ulf OltXAMKNTS, FlUriKKI-; JKWKUiY, JUNGS. entered the court ..nut was formally the his place in (he dock. I stated that he wished to'sav tli.: adjournment of the he had informed that (Jnr- STPFI i., allidavk relative O I 1Vas I. NUT TIIK JIAIMFF of the room at the lime tl f.'uiiilMliiit lie had bcf uiiiii by the name s in charge at the tin, mid who wii by ihe proseclltionl "I Ins said .Scoville! "I in ir.ld, knows about the papers, and 1 cai heard b, remark thai if the matter n ii" f rttir...Became known, he woul, have lo jump O.rkliill objected to the eviden attempt I., the, cuusideratioi ol this motion.and if every bil of hear MIV gossip was in be dragged in here there would never be KII.V end to th, Scovilie replied lie ,lot j >ii t it.iiiul the Aiueii.-an nation will'' "f the deputy i 'Liy will 1.....f llveniv ground ami 1 in a ,.....lial ami ll.o j. if v AN ail ro 1 Imt he, 5 "Veil witli.thoiii All 11'u not afraid of I" toward me 'w.....' meet i, ''Lereasaod'sraan. Kill me 'I May. will be'kept v 11. nm-Miii' T IU" f...... 11. Mtv] -v lifi L-i t t OUT he -in lecen eu, as shoving how import- iii U was to investiKatu this matter will, close jcruiiny. JflKIK I-DX'S DKCISIOX. Judge Cox immediately began to from a manuscript his decision "lotion, reading from viirU.ii, -..ilhonties br-aring ujiou the cose. Ige l.'ox discussed at some length I'cuiiistiiuees altending the lind- I MIL- newspaper in one of the the jury. In ths case, handwriting, there are suve.ral Hint make it impossible hat at.least hvo of the names upon ic margin of paper were written I lie gentlemen themselves; second paper was I.vin f-j-vt niii" the table m Iliebaililfs room, "am ry in Vrritiii; ii would amount to notl'iL, "f the sworn alliuavit o' THE I'ltlSON-KI! H-s: ii you Ilio venom l'. I In: eVi-iteinent v-: made i, (0 SiVnrn ft. i i ;ihil -if.r Nj- h" i every T u''' !'-v Kirkwood's by ibWe 'iV Lotion, of the M i ,L, 'i" s, the ore to terror of the situ-'on it f it iiUcutious who. THK MLXKH AW ON ull i Ow nMhe he' 'il If there are the have to slop-work' and j P" art. found that the metal all hopeuf opening the shall, as v i is tin air lo reach 'the ,-oai i -j a in the pit wouhi eausc did not care to men-1 add fiiel to th, Ihimcs -I "ll J Le superintendent ia one of the HUM, I ,T fwl "r ('Lc oxperl in t......onutrv. and will T' 'Lai (o assist the l.i.-nl. 'ho ocean) 1 L-Ilows iniprisoned .lot) feet Isia, as hk- ltlls- ,0 ,'u HXTKHI'lllSK. H.i'urni Lave Vnade! ,3 "ouioamount 10 nothiin I CHAS. ETHERIDGE 1 "-L.1- ;fI1SUranCei i.y Ho-. totlm paper which Uier al L. tlicy did not see, and there is n e II.K ami ilOMr.i.l, l" 'Luir Veracity. So ami ra.icii u, i....... illld the discovery of new evidence, i Jdnllnlstcr oalliv Will buy yen .1 linusc ur ranoli Will 1, I fc II" III. Will n i FAIR'S Celebrated MlLWAl'KKI-: XKW Ll n Boots ana Sixoes HATS AND CAPS. -VURXIBillXH (iOimsf R. K. ire. aid Third s7, CO. Tin. M'todriwarr. i. u is as to the prisoner's nianne ami appearance prior to the assassina If there had been no'evideiie, introduced upon this subject there -to the request 'Lwn or more witnesses testified 'on the trial as to his manner and a, favoring this period of-lini.. Ml'- introduced would be merely accu- mulative, and would not affect the ver- As to tin., expert witness whone ad- missions after the trial are alleged to nave been different from his evidence given upon the n-ial, Judge Cox said the unsworn admission of could never hi: considered ;w ground for overthrowing the verdict-admis- .HOMS which have obtained through the evnlence of tho yerv wit- ness who from a corrupt motive might seek lorevi-ise the verdict.. "l-'iom ill! papers presented.1- Judge Ir, "P- am unable to any reason to grant the motion I which is therefore overruled.11 ItLTIr I would like to note the ti'l.li. ,-nling of the court." i honor, it now I, ......lies my duly- -Scoiille ---'One moment please would like to tile lion which I refeiwl to yesterday." Scoville filed his "motion m a rest of jildgmtnt. "I-ITKAC SI'EAKS. (luilniii, who had been pcrmitlwl t I nsjiine his seat at the counsel tali! i called your honor please f d, Isiretoask if there is .any motion that ought to a reserve of my right, N-oville tried to prevent his speak mg. but ho retorted, -Wen. [want any advantage taken of. me. want io-know how much time I sin i keeji quiet; w Lavcn t reached that yet." won't "be quid. 1 here, and propose to do my own talk The then informed Scoville of II.. niles of practice applicabl. to tin. tiling of his After this matter been arrang I'd orkhlll leviewed his ing "It is now my duty for'the i-i'iiituii 111 irlilHV verdict had established "K. i'fi ILe peuplv the ion w'is' ii'KvillitnlionTironr .at comfort. The con nlrV wilTacc'ept ''0 tint Will, the highest penalty known IL.i criminal code, to serve as an "i'le to others. V0nr c-ireei- I, soWraordinary ihat the people "jMwell at limes it.v, but one cannot hut belicve'that en tie criini! was committr-d vou loronglily umUrstood the nature" of ic crimo and its consequences, and I ,.f .lie i "I you had (be moral sense and con ion >s a matter of opin- .hiilge "Ynnr own leslimoiiv shows you recoiled with tl.o idea. Bay l hat vou on.v.vi o a night Comn.on.s. The I'arnellite.s I lo ra.si.lhe.iiie.-lHinof prlvtu-gcat carhest moment .reganrto I M-isonmenl of Parnell iiiecouri L" case of the three 1-IJ1 li_ mill. III- Dandy Jim and I "f miil-dur at Cibiek, II H'fir execution .March ;id was Ilio reiirhispTrati'on fur the act. Your own testimony'.n to controvert the theories of your tounsel. hey have honestly I believe, Ihat vo WH1 Lai you deliberat'ly rcsoh'-'cd'' hi" u Load, and I hat a deliberate and will was the sole impulse. T s -fern insanity to some pe, upon fVI'lio whigs are recalling world hv I ...blegraiu. l.he home rulers and slon of" ilebate on the address" "f picve.iting ,1S long j .ntroducliouorelotiire and a.. forms in the procedure. TIM: nni-risii Writings on rival lor I'.'.-.. P- resolution for expenses tN.III pH-sideht to give certain provision BROS., sentence of the court." Coi to the [irisoner. V" to say why Jen- (Jnileau. still sitting. .ur honor to ttie sentenee ns long as possible." Judge vol, p EN ERA L. M ER C H AND IS E 'SS3 1 -1 von'-" A Ljle M'f' _ and desperate drter- am] desperate deter- upon his to speak.'but he. an7ws manner i-famr: K, d and violent, the tablr be d.Hw.rnl ,i Lowrxc Am not guilty tf j in the indictment. Ii Wis'God's iii.i.uiiiv (0 SOMIO ptTSOIl '-'IA.VM.J., f. .............i.ii.ini J'luvlSIOIl itaslnvjif'i "i' 'he tworival nnie. Vou will have due opporlimi .-ii-pcnr.-.! this or- liiiving iinj errors I lle .-f Admiral oniuitted during the "or ajtielfi on the committee of in r Hit meantime it for have here- i in 'L" ronouiici! tofmc been ski-plii-al of the p.isVibiii bill. It passed "Tint von 1 r "L j 'iciiij iliscnvr ivd I wo ci'iiih.tnii's j t' r Kl'l is (o i i ii r. 10 t iifj oiis i ;u wot k, iiii'l Iti'j (i if rill i viiici'ii r i H' n >ti'in ..vf ilr- i k T >n c j.uyu who J ''iMrict from itsjTO.sibiliiies the r i v'-Vl w :l111' to UK ''l' in Las been -su.-cceded T IL" question of U'c the im- (hivof liiiie rat'alarm. across the St. in 1SSI alone, fhti ficr phicc I'lrmn'reJ 7 lollie IH-tenuinatiiiu is m, boih' n-ilnec t ransporta. the most doiirable v in tic to oppose, enterprise receive. wre, i I is 'L at voube 'V of the I'" l'-'" -..........-.-ussion and y.Mi'ure deiid n I n v h'. arc ''.-rn- the Lord hay, the tunm-l proiw-t. express trains win, give to lines a .space I i paper Kcspirlluliy yours, A. IlllllKiiv p. u. I he terrible disustrr at re- minds us thai, whi-rosoinuelieombu.s- material is usi-d on a tlu-iter 'tniJi1, it is ulHoluteiy necessar-.- th-a' it should be rendered the proof if POSSJ. L Silicate of soiia lias lo.vcd With advanlare both In ilwlf which is i, ---h ii. v. 'I'lie silicate of soda is not wll-v of somu ry- It be applied '.....'s Ihes-eneryof the eiiv witlioni.... an, way changing Ilieuccoi-atious. u lerthesccuciy inMclicailv ''I'-, and MI simple a lemcdy i n.r 1 i Vi-i> tlH.Mlrc i ii' h mil II ara may the Lord hay, mercy on your, soul." IT. During ihe reading, Pi-oem The young are'in'jgra- ting to America so rapidly that it a eslmuted Ihat the Herman thii year will ho deprived voiing men. The exodus of all classes lo Ihel'nited Stales still con- iM-oportions, and nial il n now engaging the attention of Bismarck. iMtiniatc that I he services of every laboring man who leaves the country .nay properly w the ler- iile -Vesh -bad replied had a part in thej Keb. -I.- Kight pariintie' AMIIM. TON. i -I- oii nils iirilnk to ir mcee, ings i( l.ct good has ,-ome A .Detroit fa" .arheids removal, and ihat win be! ,j i" verdict of fitir.u.o, I-'eb. 'A -The grand lhll> v I'ini.'fare a snap made rcpmt tinsafterm-oatpal then. lent i" ten ju 01 generation. Mitliciei.t think will bt. for the rise nwhl rather a thousand the board of trade and bucket wa-, fe fall tie- ribs u, than that of jsu.slain th.-charxe of ,h.lt j .1 e houmhsl me I llia; '.f the jnric., pack-i "I .-av Ironble will, i, L High, most ...lesround .at miserable scoiindrHOirkhili will' and is a thing avi: a job ..-onntry. A number of -Mmbiris1 j of here I he devil is a place including Marking aMonuscicntifio men t'.- aimiform ,ys-! After apparently talking himself Ihe fact tha; the Mi-.tdiiv- N'-w that Uf. Ihej.nsoner turned to hi, ami ...--'I.. Th, a snull scale ffort taken from the court i .V.-v lU'r't! truly painful a' ,i'y 'o i r'-i'-l. A Ilir''r.ia.l. i..r rlll (.I-IT.-..U-S !m c" I __ from j Ihertaftor. ,'i.i, I
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