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Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey -r VIII. NO. DEAI HOP JUDGE KELLEY I he Father of the Hous Breathes His Last BUSING OF SENATE AlSD HOUSE A Large Number of Con firmed h) the Senate Many Far vorablj Iti Newt of In terest from the National Capital. WASIUNUTUV Jan 10 Kolley tt Pennsylvania, died about G o'cloc evening Judge W D Kelley was born in Philadelphia in 1S14 his title, "Th Father of the House, was him be- cause he has Rpent tweaty eight yiars suc- cessively in the house of representatives. For the last two sessions it was apparent t Favorably Reported. The senate on commerce oidered favorable on the following bills To prevetft the obalruUlon of navigable waters and to protect public agalnrt trespass or injmy; for the construction of a revenue cutter for use on the Pacific (to cost 1 with headquarters at Antoria, Ore for the construction of a bridge the St Croix river, Me for the construction Df bridges across Staton bland sound (known u the Arthur Kill and Kill Ven Kull bridgo) The coramittss on Indian attain has ordered a favorable report on tho nom- ination of Thomas J Morgan as commis- sioner of Indian affairs. The charges based tmtheaiuiy i coord of Gen Morgan entirely disproved, and de- cided that the charges of discrimination Catholics had boon The committee ato ordered a favorable pui I on the nomination of Dr Dorchester superintendent of Indian The senate coi.imltto, on printing mot selected the of paper to used for the public Dinting during the snlng year ROCHESTER, N Y Jan. 10 fnnornl of ex-United States Senator Laptmrn will take place at tuiUOon. REPUBLICAN LEAGUE PRINTING Ex 1 11 ,U1. ut rontur Mi in tile S ill uf I illiui ilge >lai I h HEW J m lu tt h ur i0 be fore LUULS 0 Raegener refoiee m tho suit of Martm punters agaliiit Phtnens L I unsluiy as tria n r of the Rjpublna i Li of th Liutul ht ites, to recover ub ut >11 IK) bala ot a 1 ill for printing campaign document tho cross eTftmiuatlou of Jumcs P Post r ex prebl dent of the league was learned by Coun- sellor Crij Mi rust r did not recollect over haMiig uiKed Martin to place, the bill before the league as b) doing si it would compel them to re-elect him pu sidi ut that mie'ht raibo the 1110 icy to pay the bill Ue h 11 put him If on record in writing to tie le< t 11 t thn k ague was out of debt Hi list i din d that he Wrote the Fry I it cuiuii and thought it would be a goud question to nsk each witness that was called upon to testify The witness said that it was at the sugges- tion of Gen Dudley that tht popular sub- scription plan' for the raising of funds was put in operation As to the auditing of bills there was no flied plan bills wire paid bj check when they were known to bo correct M r Foster always considered that the national Republican committee was m duty bound to pay the claim of llartln, be- came at a conference between the repre- sentatives of the national committee and the league, the league waa recognized to be nn army of Republican workeis, and Gen. Dudley in several circulars stated that the Republican national committee desired the work to be done as accomplished by the Tho bill wirnea? said, had never boen presented to the national oommittea It hud, however, been sent to Gen Dudley, but beyond that he knew nothing and could give no reason why it was not la d before the committee Adjourned to Saturday More Emigrants Detained Niw YORK, Jan 10 Mrs Mary Brice, an Englishwoman, aged 41 ai lived here on the Galua, from Lmrpool with her ten boys and foul girls, ranging from 6 to 19 years in age All are hale and hearty Mis Bnco wnnts to go to LosAngeleB nhcre she sajs hir hiibban 1 came to this cinutry a year ago 11 working md doing well -Hie has but the fans fur the family we uld be to lay nothing of the cost of food en loute Tlio emulation romm-sitniers will thele- foro hold the fnmily until the husband in 1 father can h3ard from Mrs Bra showe-i the commi slonen, a litter in nhl h Mr Drue told her to sell a'l thestuli nn] come to America Ho told her to travel in sc n tli rnilrotl as he rather -.-puid ihi Ubt cent ih-itwvi than lune tin family cutlet the hardships of tiavel H) thought oho would hnve mon y but this pro- d to be n ui s il nl i tion World it I all w 'W Venn Jan It w state 1 that !t the meeting of the ur gi committee yestpiday tlon A S Hi wilt who had been offiually designated to din up the mt moi ml to he pr seuted to c on b half of Sin York is Ii i site of" I fair tbieattn d to withdraw -om th >m mittee unless Mr V. E D St< 1 scias It lit Mr Stok s, it is I had announced in the pn t.s that hi nj II present a memorial to i a I lit n Uini in nvalrv wi h that of Mr Hwilt It isfuithir ai It uit s dlur m ml is of thccimuii't ned by tht anh permanent site men Tne ntter ciaim they will elect their committe nen and then thoy will change the to a moving one instead of pel maneutly at byra The otheis claim the mattei is sefr- iled an 1 the fair must always ua held at Over has beon spent m hut city already, Lnlon Leugue Club Election NEW YOKK, Jan 10 annual election >f officers of the Union League elub K is wld hut niBht Clmuucey M Dipaw 'lected pre-, dent, heading both the icketand the ticket put up lenient in tho club, but at a late ho xmnt had not proceeded far enough to mdi ate whether or not the yonngstirs had sue eeded in electing J Beaver Page as secre- tary in place of 8 W Pay, the regular mim e A Cnnnertlcat Brute Nearly Lynched BRIDI HI-OUT, Conn, Jan Will, ira Andiews assaulted Mrs. Adelaide Van a young married woman, ak South tort lait night, throwing her down and atr Idytln., uu uutiuge Vmi HallZ Was seriously injured in the struggle before she iinnaged to escape She is in a critical oudition Andrews was captured bv a eai clung party and nearly lynched. is low in jail here Another Strike Threatened. SeonDUJi Pa Jan. a conference et> icn fio operators of the Connellsvillc o! c i and Knights of Labor leader- lie workmen demanded increase of ranging from 8 to 14 per cent. This so stjrtled the operators that they djourned tho conference atr once If the len pel slst in their demand there will prob- bly be another strike HaTerhlll'B Shoe Factoij Strike HAVFRHILL, Mass Jan 10 strike at Viiuhell Co 3 shoe factory continues ho Shoe Manufactui ers' association have met and agieed that the demands of the ion are unreasonable and impractical le, ut deferred final action. Ibo chief de- mand] are that only union men employed nd that work bi done by the pieco it unmn rices. boniesllo Iroublcs Cnuite Suicide 8T PAIT, Minn, Jan N llkmi, cashier of the Northwestern Express, and Transportation oompanv, has suicide by shooting himbelf m le head Ho had been under the influence F liquor during the afternoon He leaves widow and two children Domestic roubles ai e said to be the cause Killed at a Railroad Crossing. Wls., Jan 8k Paul ram htruik. a horse and wagon at e ir Nashotah station, killing Olaf Johnson nd fntnlly injuring his wife, who died bout an hour after tho accident riitfcftftor Cofflii Dead. TV Jail. 10 Professor J. H C offln, Unite 1 States navy, the distinguished i tthemattcmn, who for some time has been i fi eble health, died at his home hero last eht in his Tear A Hull Plnynr Dfe, of Tjphnld n PH, Ont, Jau 10 Andiew Dillon, for the old Maple Leaf Baseball nh and f >i jiars playing with pro ssumnl ilubj in the United States, died ere of typhoid fever THEY FOUGHl FOR LIFE. I wenty Men Caught Like Rats in a Caisson SIXTEIN UU PKOIUHM DEAD The Wntir Hushed Into the Calsnon and but Font Out of Twenty Mi n Escaped. They lotiiut Lllie mom with Ihelr Desperate Companions LOLIS% ii i E, Jan 10 men work- ing m a caivson used in the excavation of a foundation for a pitr of the new bridge across the Ohio nvtr bttween this city Jeffersonville were caught by a budclen burst of water, caused it la thought by a too rapid excmatmn and are believed to have bcondrowned 1 workmen wereat work all night trying to pump out the water, repair the break and extricate the men, but thus far without succesa The caisson is lo- cated .'00 yards from the Kentucky bank, In about twenty five foot of water Twenty men were at work m it The caibsonproper is twelve feit underwater and is reached by a manhole shaft, which projects above the waters surface This shaft is reached by four trup doors from the interior of caisson Caujjht Lllie Bats in a Trap. Shortly bet01 e 0 o clock last evening, while the mm were excavating the bottom of the caisson, the water from the river burst un- der the edgt of the huge machine and the unfortunate jrkman were caught like rate in a trap Of the twtnty men in the caisaon when the flooding was first noticed Abe Tay- lor Frank Ha Idox Louis Louch and James Mornll, succeeded in reaching the traps to the manhole shaft and escaped. Sixteen Httvn 1'robab'y Perished. The fate of the others is yet unknown, but there u> har lly a possibility that any of fhem are alive J hose still in the caisson are Thomas Johnston, Mnnioe Boling, John Knot foreman I rank Mayer Fled Soaper, J iseph Jit lorn Ash, Hamilton Mor- U i, llujnes Reuben Tyler, Chris Cbildb, Thomas Smith, JohnCroidon, Lonla Cox and ieter Nailor V Story Abe Tiylor one of the survivors tells the following stoiy of the accident, and the horrible light for life of the panic stricken worl in n imp Noued m the air chamber be- neath tue bej f the iiifr The men were at woru in the soft bottom of the river They made MK h i apid progress in the muddy surface that the excavation went faster than the caisson, whose great weight was expected to tanj it gradually down, keeping pace with the work of excavating, to a rock foundation Thej Fought Like Demons An unusual quantity of water began to trickle from under the caisson's edges, but the pumps WUL at work taking it outand no appiehemion was felt Gradually the incoming tide increased until suddenly from under the edge ol the caisson on every side a flood i in The men too late realized rhmj. deadly peril, and all rushed for the exit into the escape pipe Immediately around the little trap door which admitted to libei tj and life the unfortunates fought like demon', all knowing that but a few of them could pass tliiough the inner trap be- fore the an chambei was completely filled by tho miushnig tide Ouly me could so tlnough at a time, and as one mm gainid a pic eminence, he was bj his fruited companions and driwn hack into the struggling crowd. Meanwhile UK re swiltl) and re- lentlessl) riio on locf was scarcely higher than tin nuns he ids and to be left behind was thought to be (4-1 taut doath. Tlu I DM in in i ihing Taylo bays he u th of the sur- vivors to escape into the outei lock As he escai ed Irom tho of 11 dozen hands and 1 iipp] tin unli ih tiun into the outer lock he In mi Ku x th f< reman shouting, tor Ui issiike 0 s it s Dotting over my head Ic t tin shoik men Brut" fhi tell backb Inn 1 1 uj lor and shut his dooine i comrad s iioin view It is sup tlmr hrfnr ny tutJlJ- eacapc they were all drowned Some May 1'oss hly He Reamed The workmen at the pumps, however, flunk is a chance that aoule ol tho im prisoned w irkroen lire still alive The air giugeonthe engine which pumps air into the caisson allows a strong and steady pres- sure if in m the an shaft and caitsnn, and it is th nght ossible that the compressed an in the caissjn will be sufficient to keep the fi om rising to the top and that some of the men ma} be able to keep their heads above water until t New Lxtiuditlon Treatv Jan 10 spec ml to The Globe fiom Ottawa says A ooufllentiul copy of th OKMN Jau heavy wml in .Iju did TOUblderable daina.i ml 1 deaths, tsbortlj aftu 4 I i nth null of the new I hru 1 ihurih, atthecoiuei ut 1 hi an 1 U illouthbj avinues suiuiiuh 1 u ihi till uul rasho 1 into the Ivsilmi, i Ij m razing it to the ground an 1 bumnt, tin nuns smn human beings In t tliim Mary and David Is un I 14 HIIIS lively, were kllk 1 and thi wt leinjure 1 1 le i th is more or le s b n l i juutl w re Mis tarollne Mott 1 "II Miw rurah Mott agid 40 Mr r innia In d) d-15 Miss Laroliui 1 ui 1} MOI I I and Rlihard Pool, aged 0) Hie dwelling was a thieettoiy and babe- timit fi ame htruituit and stood on Fl i op as niu JiKut twenty Jett fium wlm th u i d Hi was erectt 1 It ow in I In Mis 11 ollui Mott, an agi 1 11 U who wllh hu Miss Saiah M tt u up 1 tin tirst Hour The immeili auh them was imted to R chard I o i (.aipintei 0. f Mi's hum a J Pui a widowed 1 i Mrs M tt occupied the top iluoi null lit i thu luldien Marv and David nnd in II K n old yrl Bin itl} altll n 1 Mis luidj became frightened ut tl it the wm 1 and taking her thiee lul dltnniut down to her mother nith umw 1 fui f nil 1 the neighbors w n anak i i 1 I t tt i rushing IK ise that could be heind s mi blocks The hujh wall of the dim h on which workmen had boen emplojel m laying brnU until dark the evening huon had i 1 led to the pressure and toppled OMI on the tiame dwelling leaving it n mass if debris Ihe cries of the unfortunatti mi piiboncd m the ruins wire heard the howling of the wind The injured were lev cued fr m the debris by the police Ke ulinc IMreotom to the Public Pun AIHIIHIA, Jau directois ot tin liradmn Railroad company held i two hours sibbion in the afternoon ami after the aijoumment the public all n of tin t tlowiuL. aniioiHKimint Nofoi mal action vi ill be tikeu on tin subject uf the payment of the interest upon the me ome be n Is in til the flist meeting of tin bonrl aftil th umiiul election but the m mix rs of the board an uminimouslvof thec pinion, from an examination of the accounts that no interest has bien eai ned or can he pud upon any series of tin preference bonds The Record says bteps will be taken at ono to secure an injunction restraining the voting trustees of the Riadmg coiiipauj from reoleitmg Mr C rbm as president In addition to tbe U al measures which wil 1 be taken against tho they will bo presented with a pi jtest against Mr Coi bin s re-election by the stock and bond holders Fell Slxtv Feet to Death SCOTCH Pi AINB fv J Jan 10 -.cnffol I on which lohu O Reilly and Richaid In. rai pt nters were at work at the seh )ol building way and the two m< n fell sixty fuel ic ivmg injuries fiom whn h they dii 1 Ihij wue emjilojid Ij lolm Boinman the ontricU r and wue at w rk on the of the building wlmi th b if fold broke 1 fell headforemost 0 Hi illj 3iaisoll and leaves a w id lanliiH Like Not the Mirlilue Essix Muss, Jan re is tiouble at rullei Co 's shoe j over the m troduction i a tacking mai tiffin nn 1 the lasteib hive q ut work cUmm that the in- troduction ot theso machines will icluce thi folce one-half and the pi iee of last- ing one lent Pcoulk'r Peculiar in combination, proportion, and preparation of ingredients, Hood a Marsapo- rilla possesses the curative value of the best renie !__ dies of the vegotilile I lOOll Sklngdom. Peculiar In its strength and economy, Hood'8 .Sirs iparllh Is the only medicine of which can truly be said, One Hundred Doses One Dol- lar Peculiar In Its medicinal merits. Hood 9 aoLumpllsliLs cures hitherto nn- known, II andhas THE AX ATI VC AND NU r PI TIOU8 JUICE t j rue FIGS OF CALIFORNIA, Com! mal with the nicditiml f Dlretton for the eaiolng yetr and Ibe of (men other u iball come properly beforo it will be held it the offloe of the company, No 19 Chsuncey street, In the ty of Trenton. New Jeney, on MONDAN, JAN- UARY 13m, 1890, at the hour of 3 o'clock P H Polli to remain open one hour ALEX C YARD Secretary. Oily Railway Oumpauy, of ton, M. J. The fourteenth annual meeting of com- pany for election of Directors, Ac will be held at Ihe company's office (North Clinton itreet, iranton) on TtJKHDAY, JtNOABY KTH, A. D 890, at 8 o'c'ock P. H Polls to be opened at a quaiUT pwt three o'clock, and kept opuu one hour. By order of the Board of HENRY B Trenton. N J Dec 21 18IW NOTICE Kb l ATE OF HOBAUK T WEAVER, DECEASED Nr (Ice Is hereby given an order, dated the eighteenth (lay of November, A D one eicht hundred elghu nine, hu been by the flurroRate of he con tr of Mercer, upon the application of the lubucriber, xlnilnlitimtor of Horace T Weaver late of thi county of Her. cer, decof- 3d, directing; the o-editon of decedent to bring In their debU, and cliimi anunit the Mtmte of decedent, under oath or arnrmatlon to the intaribm, within nine from the date of older, or they will be forever bfc.ed from action thvrntbr inlrut the admlrilitntor CHAR' W H. FmwlhtOwil, N J. N I1 i N Of 1'HK JO 1'KKNTON Seal-Skin Caps. Seal Turbans. OOI.n AND BILVER-HBADKD c 2 INJ i !r !_ t5 "teat State Staost. STKWAHT TTAMMOND YOUNG LADIES HERVIUJS in the COUNnNQ KOOM JUS for IMMlfniAiJS AKK KXFKKlKNCK.il KiiOCATOKS, SUCCKSSFUT- SPKCIATJST5, NO 8MAT-1ERTNG, NO NON-ESSENTIALS, NO NONSENSE in lie COURSE OF TRAINING Modern Methode, Snccttjful Tewihing, AtUntion. fktta- 3 Progi. The Shorthand Department Offers the very beet facilities for acquiring ikill in Stenox.aphj. ucoEasruL PHOGRRsa GUAKANTFFT) Morning, in Shorthand. RAPID BHOIN8 For addr-J 1HOMAS J SlbWAHT, PRISCIPAT, Boi 52V, N. J C OT -f f 1O and 12 Smith Groonfl Street. LOOK OUT FOR BARGAINS We have purchased the store North of us and intend to build on the two lots l he lincsl Slorc in I run Ion! We mpat get nil of our stock to do this, RliADY-MADH CLOTHING L J I i r i i i ii 1 MtsHCIIANr lAUOHlNu BB VJOHTBB1BO III cjli! NOR ill T.RFENK SlRRKT. III! AIMNUAI OF Dnicrwcar AT GicANVIHi- ii. Our Gjeat Bale of Ladies' IVf ualla Underwear goce on. Thus far every day hag developed some new inte.ust. Ysetwlcy brought a rnnmraoth invoice of Corset Coven, and MB several thousand Chemise, Drawers, Nlgbt Drewoa and Bklrts. It Is an incontrovertible fact that this Underwear in better made and of better material than the average. The difference it perceptible to every buyer, yet the prices for it below th 11 quoted for the most indifferent goods. Co, Graiwillc Ii, Dairies Successors to Cooper A Comrd, 1.1 A UK HIT and O'l' I'llll.ADHlM'MlA IJ Seadvs of thil paper who do notfl.-ji to vuU the Otlu attMi particular time will be toved through our MAIL ORDKR DSPARTMHNT it faithfully ai in the Store and jwt m tire m that thtu a.1 the advantage of all bargaint. GRANVILLE B. HA1NR8 CO
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