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Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey fOT- VIIU NO. FLOORED Wl IHAHAMMER 'l wo Convicts Overpower Guard Meander See. 8IN6 SING WAS LEFT BEHIND. Escaped Jailbirds Doff Their Striped Butts onil Take to the Wood! Brought to Bay with Carbines Citlsen Ambler's Profitable Amble. BlKO Smo, N. Y., April of the most attempts ever made to es- cape from Sing Sing prison occurred yeeter- Late in the afternoon Deputy Ward- en Conn mgbton was surprised to find Lo ander Sor, ono of the guards, the stairs in the prison covered with blood, his clothing torn and Ms hinds tightly bound with rope. He told how he hud boon overpowered by two prisoners who had succeeded in eteflplng from the pi ton. Filled with a Hammer. A short tiule before Keeper Boo took James Kelly and Michael Feeny, con- victs, to the old female prison to the place prior to locking up the prisoners for the night This duty is done every day by some of the prisoners under the guard of Keeper See. As the trio entered the building Kelly saw August Clint, a convict, cleaning he being the only other person in the largo prison. Kelly grabbed Clint and, pushing him in a vacant cell, locked him In. Feeny grappled with his guard and a desperate sti uggle endued. Before he could draw his revolver See was failed to the floor by a blow on the forehead with a hammer which carried. Took His Revolver and Keys. The blow did not stun him, and he at- tempted to get on his feet again and make a fight for his life, as he I new that the doc perate men would rather kill him than to run the chances of caught and losing their liberty, which they Intended to gain. be started to get up both men jumped upon him and tajd him it he wanted to save his life he liestilL They then took bis revolver and keys, and as Feeny kept guard over the prostrate keeper, Kelly went for a rope and bound his hands and legs. They then went into Keeper Pier's room, quickly taking off their prison garb, themselves in suits belonging to Pier. They then went dowu stairs into the basement of the prison and unlocked a side door and made their escape into the field beyond. Thin they made for the woods in the direction of New Yoi k city. The Pursuit of the Convicts. Ai soon as Kelly and Feeny had disap- peared Keeper Bee to free him With fingers and tooth he man- aged to loosen the rope about his legs. He than hastened to the prison office, where he told Warden Brush and Deputy Warden Connirjghtoii of what bad happened. The warden at once summoned the re- serve guard, and, arming them with carbines and revolvers, dispatched them to look for the prisoners. Covered by Carbines. At about dusk Prison Guard George 8. Bronaon and a oirinn, named Charles L. Ambler discovered the escaped prisoners In the woods back of Long Hill, three miles from the prison. Bronson and Ambler Im- mediately rained their carbines and cover- ing the men ordered them to throw up their hands and sui tender. Both prisoners rained their bands and submitted peaceably. They were securely handcuffed and taken bac: to the prison, They will be brought before Warden today to be reprimanded and punished. ntllen Ambler's ProsUable Amble. A standing reward is offered by the state for the .'capture of escaped prisoners from any of the state This reward will be paid to Ambler. He will receive 150 for each prisoner, the guard being prohibited by law from receiving any rewards. Keeper Sco, who is nearly 60 years of age, is suffering from serious injuries. He was taken to the prison hospital, where his wound was dressed by Dr. the prison surgton. Feeny and1 felly notorious ruffians. Feeny was sentenced Sept 19, 1889, by Judge Oildenlneve to ten years' im- prisonment for with infafit to Kelly was a convict in Clinton prison, while sei vmg a twenty yeais1 sentence at- tempted to murder Guard Gray, of thai prison. After twenty Imprison- ment had expired he was tried for larceny and sentenced to five yetri'Mi tude In Slug Sing by Judge Gildsrsleeve. Cnlted After April i'i. A remarkable cane of the reunion of mother forty.years of hopeless separation ocqurredJi'Tc. Krecheba from her hSuie when she A years old, has returned to her mother'! arms, bat sue is now a woman of 46 the mother of several children. Mrs. bjnm is the daughter of John Gilbert, o: Northumberland, Pa., whoso nearest neigh- bor was John MMth'sn, a childlcx farmer In 1890 Malfhlas moved to Indiana, at which lime he kidnaped the J-year-oldglrL Oilber spent his fortune in thn search for his chi'd and died broken heartsd, Rljwlfe man lex again. The littfn girl grow up in aiSoluU ignuiance of her parentage until it w" re- vealed to her a few months upon death of her abductor. She'at once on here, found her mother, who Is a widow, and will take her to her wootern borne, which to now tn O. The T aw Pronounced Unconstitutional CABTIK, Ind., April the circui Court here Judge Bnndy has virtually bel( 13 of the new Australian electiM law to be unconstitutional. Simon T. Pow eil entered suit some time "go to enjoin payment by the county auditor of a bill foi books aud blanks required nnder this section of the law, which wan allowed by the boar prentice Tim Inttor was caught in the of n pi not copy of the papers the printers ore at dinner, and the plol thus spoil id To 15 NisW Brnrnp i ia lining r to establish n. pi mi rill" >n i i capacity, fulnp it M oompauv pif' t aS til' i (Hi :r I BV lOMOT'l'K llft'lnTnll" ft dn 1 Iff fho pmrfMl part Oouth Ontn glvn promrH relief Perfect's Imrin ascents. OAlUUDAif A Him, 19 1090. o KNT.TU ELECTION CONTESTS REIGNED. Tnejr Occupied the Time of Both of Congress, V April the senate tha consideration of the Montana election _ was resumed, and Mr Erarts spoke in favor of the Republican I mauls, discimslng the lowers of the territorial board, on which, le said, there were no limitations imposed the statute m words By that he meant, le said, that its powers were nnllmited within the sense that it belonged to the phrase to which it was applied and to the subject to which it was applied. He uriti- cinnd the governor of the state for placing a Cerebus at the door of the court bouse assembly to admit only such persons at were entitled to go in, thus making him, for the occasion, the judge of who were and were not elected as Mr. Gray defended the governor of from this "criticism, and averted that the only direction given to the janitor by the governor to admit every one who clalmoil to be a mamoer of the bonne of representatives. Mr, George, the action of the Silver Bow county canvassers in throwing oat the votes of precinct No that there was not a Republican senator, who, in the face of the American people, would say ou his responsibility that that board had the right to T i in lino s mrtes It Vigor cure for W. Bowen, Wltor HIEY DISLIKE SlANLEY. Herr Reichard l brows Mud at the Fxplorer. GERMANY 18 YEBV SUSPICIOUS. Stanley's Alleged to T-9ad Emln Away from Germany's Interests Proposed the Conquest of Uganda, and Cnyaro for British Company. LONDON, April Times' ent at Berlin says he notes a growing anti- Stanley fouling there. Herr Reichard, whilt lecrnring-recently, declared trmc Stanley, while on the Goarch for T.lvingstone Itemed from Arabs at Zanzibar Llvingutone's loca- tion, but concealed discovery in order to enhance feat The lecturer further de- clared that Stanley, by threare, had indved Kmlq to leave Warlolsi- he had failed in commercial land crabbing and speculation, utterly unredeemed by a hu- mane purpose or a feeling for Krnin, A Conspiracy Against Germany. The lecturer a letter from Count Stellaire, whose son, the Zantibar agent of the German Sast Africa company, had in- formed him that Stanley's proposition to Emin was to collect fore" and go aud es- tablish himsell and found stations in Ravi- rondo, while Stanley would bring two steamers from Mombasa and join him in Hipcdition to conquer Uganda and Un- yoro, and create them provinces of an equa- torial dominion, of which Emiu, with a princely salary, should be ruler, m the serv- ice of the British East Africa company, Railways would be built from the coast through the dominion, connecting with the sources of the Nile. This scheme, the itor snid, would prove the grave of all the com- mercial hopes of the Germans. Stanley at Bonie. ROME, April 12 M Stanley ai rived here. He was gi eeted with cheers and vivas by a great crowd of people Biguor Vltellescbi, president of the Italian Geo- graphical society, welcomed, him to the city and presented him a gold medal The. Antl-CurllBt Blots. April midnight the persons who took part m the anti-Carlist demonstration dispersed and the city was quiet Most of the troops have returned to their barracks, but pickets patrol the streets. Miiitaij guards have boon sta- tioned at the Cariwt club house and the Hebrew church and college, all of which buildings were seriously damaged by the rioters. The Marquis Cerralbo and family departed last evening, escorted by guards. The City of Paris' Shaft Broke. April 12 true cause of the ir-cident to tha City of Paris haa just been learned The steamer is m the dry dock at Birkenhead and the water gradually being run off. she was raised the star- board propeller dropped off, showing the shaft to be broken close to blade of the propeller. The sudden relapse of the stain thus occasioned caused the collapso of the starboard engine. MR. RANDALL'S CONDITION. He Is Wowly End Not Far WAHHINOTOS, April 12. Randall's condition continues unchanged from Friday, save that hers Biadimllygro Ing weaker and weaker and sinking; rapidly. It was thought that be would last the day out, but his great endurance can hardly sustain him more than, a very fu at the moat He rests easily and sleepi a good part of the time. His rest Is natural in state of ill health, and there Is no nood to give him anything to induce sleep. He takes nourishment regularly. Bo far as perfect quiet is main- tained about the sick chamber, and not even the members of th" family are allowed to on" him, as presence of any wue he has notgronu accnor-omed to swing during his i might him and Induce him to talt Tha enVct of the was vtn in an tendency to eou- itontly and in a diminution of conacioac ncKi, BO that his recognition of the family is now more Instinctive than otherwise. At a late hour repuited sinking rapidly. Buffalo's Fair Property pold, BUFrAio, April property of the Buffalo Intel national Fair association bought at public sale by a repre- sented by Mr, WHIinB Hamlin The bH, which was the only one put in, and Mr. Wilcox, tha referee, ac- cepted it It decided to hold open the lubucrlptipn list co thnt pne, Includ- ing old stockholders, might have an oppor- tunity of joining the syndicate. Nothing definite was decided upOu to property should be put to. The Great Chicago Strike, CH iCAOO, April ia The uplpn In thin cllj now umbers nearly The question of endurance Neither side will give in, and the probability is thnt bnlMIng op- orations in Chicago will be suspended for weeks to come. The Muter otatibJi a and did not mince the' English their reference to the They Did Hot nvit the British BOSTON, April 12. The of the Lincoln school at Brookllne were all places when school was called, and the trouble over the flag fa ended. The princi- pal the who withdftV tfayhwi probably to the irar the school The stared by toe American society the Be Von MinncAPOLiR, Minn., von Bohlegell, judge of prp" _r__ county for a number of years, died April'11 of cancer of the liver. He was a Republi- can. He had boon educated and served in the German army in bodyguard of the emperor. He was cousin of Chancellor voii CaprlvL Anticipating- Doty. ffiNOSTOs, Ont, April 13. Grain here are buying barley in large and arranging for npssdy shipment ti the United in anticipation of Ills new American tariff, which the duly. Five voonols with barley cleared from hen within a week. .1 Ainil 1 FrKlny no-n inf n pint 1 rn in i i >n on in i "m ,.r, f, n no li" ill r rrtM f'DW Ion I I'T fotty years, luid tn-dsy It Is In teeetor ddiniind thm a Irlnmphsnt of poppiw THt NEWS IN Fresh Tips from the Wires taiefull) Culled. snid that Mr Andrew Carnegie's to 1'ilbburg, Pa.. Instead of taking th form of a librnry, will be the founding nf i great institution of leaguing. The president has approved the act mak lug an appropriation to supply tbedelldnu occasioned by the defalcation of Hilcott I the office of the of th house George H Stuart, prominent in con merce, financial and religious ilrxlps, die April 11. Arrangemu nts have been couip'eted fur supplying Hurtford, Conn., with electric power from the Furmington river, using th water power below Tanffvllje It will light the