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Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1893, Brownsville, Texas r 1 CAiiEROK COtJNTY TEXAS EVENING TOE 9 1893 SO 202 CJpodriqli and Maris Texas JESSE WfllEUfi Secretary fore New iBodford Maee Jane Today Borden took her sett in the prisoners docket of the aape Co ftnd battle rJal I ominant piminnl WE HAVE FOE SALE 1O000 Acres Of the choicest land into forty W lota Three mile a from tbe Yeara time io BONA ol yMxoyq this county aold on JFI0A We have also for aale of land of all from 5 iQiQOO acre3 to suit pwrcharaeam VoHey to and lots and City property For Sale on easy terms Write for full particulars Pearl 3X Beer Antonio Brewing Association f J g and M H Cross Brownsville Texas For Go to OF PRUGS r r PERFUMERY FAINTS BRUSHES OILS ETC COMPOUND OF DAT on NIOHT E KLEIBER I between the most eminent criminal lawyers in this etate with ft wo mans life and honorat stakej be gan Briefly the case stands as follows Lizzie A Borden daughter of Andrew J Borden a woman about 33 years old her stepmoth ert Abby purfee Borden and Brid get Sullivan a sprint were the only members of the about the houae tprlisn Mr eame home at about 10 45 on the morn irig oftheyfcth of August 1S92 on which day Mr Borden and his wife wero murdered Bridget met him at the front door and in a few mo ments wont to her room upstairs JShe had been engaged a good part of the morning out of doors ing windows In jtho absence of pmof to the contrary Lixsies story must be accepted lor the time rela tivo to acta of herself and her fath or until she discovered his dead bodjv After he camo in she assisted him to get in a comfortable positionon the lounge in the sitting room ahe taking off his bootsand putting on hie aiippers A photograph of the body taken after discovery shows this statement to have been incor reet The boots were on tho feet Then eho wont into the yard stop pod a few minutes to gather and eat somepearspassed on iuto the barn and ebe spent ten or fifteen mioutos hunting for lead to make titihing lino sinkers Goinginto house she found that her father had been murdered and called the tor vants Bonding her at once for all the morning but members of family at intervals It is claimed that about the time Mn met ber death in the ftvtest chain ber on the north side of the bouse the servant was washing on the doors on the south sido ol the house It has been demonstrated conclusively that tho death of Borden occurred in a very short time aftqrjhe entered the house story is correct while she was in Bridget was in the ahdj if aomoone did it the ynrd and while Mrs less body was laying in the room above her huaband Nobody was seen to enter the house No in strument has been discolored which fits the case but thp government claims and Will attempt to prove that circumstantial evidence to Lizzie A Bordori as the mur deress and that the evidence is sufficiently strong to convict Miss Borden was arrested two weeks after the muider since been held in the the build nig before ohey were able to do so and walked grtiefcly to her place in tilie prisoners dock Tho court htiring been duly open ed the taak of securing a jury be gan the prieonor as IB the Uw of Massachusetts challenging in per son whenever prompted by bar counsel At tho jurjr WHS completed and the court adjourned uutU rooming and haa jail except a few days during the preliminary hearing before Judge BiaUdell at the close of which eho WBB hold for grand jury the action ol the yire and Marine Foliciee written by Bowon who lived near by Thoa she sat down on the outside steps andwas thus euen by Mrs Addie Churchill a neighbor and asked what the trouble was She told Mrs Churchillof the murder of father Mrs Churchill to house at once and tor Mrs Bordeu Liwie knew nothing of her whereabouts but called to mind the fact that her etepinothei had told her previously that she had received a note trom a friend and in response was intending to call on that friend Jttowever Bridget was requested to look for her mistress but ahe objected to going alone and Mrs Churchill went with her As the two women approached the top of the stairs leading to the second floor they saw on the floor of the guest chamber the 3ody ot Mrs Borden It was soon learned that too had been murdered in about her husband viz With several blows fromsome heavy sharp instrument probably On Tuesday November 16 tko grand jury mot at Tauntou and a large number of witnesses wero examined On the 18th the jury wont to Fall River and viewed the pre 11 and was dismissedthe foi lowing Monday to sit again De cember 1 On Friday December 2 indict menu were found against Miss Bordeu charging her with the mur dors an i edict men t was also found against others who were charged with conspiracy to defeat the ends of juatico This latter indictment was drawn up by a Taunton law yer and also by Assistant District Attorney Hard of Boston On tho 8ttn of May Miss Borden waa brought to New Bedford and1 and arraigned pleading not guilty to the indictments She waa tak an back to the Tannton jail where she became seriously ill because of a cold caught while going to and from Now Bedford and for a time was in a dangerous condition Ou Saturday last she was again brought here to be in readness for her trial j Sheriff Wright made all the pre parations ho could to handle the crowds he knew would be about the ounrt house struggle tof get in A11 available policemen were cd into service inside and outside Cut This Out Atlanta Conatitutlw The veteran editor of York Journal of Oommoreo editorial tribute to tho m prescrijtioii whiflh has cometo be known as the Suin cholera mixture and the Constitution desires to join iie contemporary iw mak ing the remedy iioown Mr Btone says that the remedy was given to the pTblic by the more than twenty years ago but this is a slip of the pen or tho typoe given tho public more than forty years HiidBinco that tima it has done a worlld ot good not only in cholera epidemics but in all Derangement that posBess the cholera cases of cholera uiorbasaiid in daogoroutt attacks of diarrhea Tho prescription was drawn by a number of eminent physicians ot New York published in the Suus editorinl coiumus This face has giyen the remedy tho name of Sun cholera mixture The editor of the Journal of Commerce hua eeeu it in constant use for nearly score years and round it to be best remedy for bowel troubles yet devised To this he MNo one who has this by him and takes it in time will ever have tha cholera The writer of this has seen this more than twenty years and it has never failed case of bowel trouble when taken promptly He has give almost instant relief violent as genuine seen it in tho cholera ensues whun the deviled crab and the milk punch meet in thebosom of the careless epicure It is a remedy that ought to be in every household whether there is danger from cholera or not This is the prescription Take equal parts of tincture of cayenne pepper tincture of opium tincture ot rhubarb esaense of pep permint and spirits of camphor Mix will Dose fifteen thirty drops in a cpJd water acjcordiiig to age and violence of symptoms re peated every fifteen or twenty An axe or a hfttchet It WIIB definitely doteimined at antopsy subeequohWy held that Mrs Borden had been killed some there waa no one about the hou8fl the They their hands full During the present Chief Jqgtice Maton will preaide His associates will be Justice Blod gett and JDowey It was just 11 oclock when a closed carriage drew op at the rear of the court house A deputy sheriff stepped out of it and hand ed out his hand to aaeiet Lizzie Bor don The crowd pressed foi ward in a sort of frenzy to catch a glimpse of the womnn but she slipped quietly Subacribc tor TUB RKRALD minutes until relief ia obtained It will do no harm if an part of fine brandy is added to the rest in violet cases of cholera mor bus or genuine cholera it is belt to prepare two dosoB so that if the first is i thrown ofi the stomach the second can be given immediately There need be no fear of collapse when this medicine is given promptly
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