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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - March 12, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               V1H. NO. 2460 TBKNTON, WtflXNKBDAY APTKItNOON. MAKiII 1890. TWO I HE HAMBURG INGUESl. ifae Conductor's Story of His Fatal Carelessness. THREP NCGLbCTED. Hoachtallng'g tu Avoid Delay Left the Train at the Mtrcy of Just Such an Accident as Oci Fulled the Bell Kope BUKT VLO, N Y March 12 inquest on tbe six passengers who lost their lives by the Bay view accident last Thursday wai begun in the raoigue building by Coroners Keune) uud 1 ucl er Ex Senators D H McMillan appeared for the railroaeL State Railroad Commissioner Rickard was also present Conductor Houghtalmg, who had charge of the wrecked train, was the first And principal witness. hare boon a con ductor 3D the Lake Shore road eight he "On March 6 I was running tram No 18 from Cleveland to Buffalo We were fifteen im mtea late leaving Cleveland. The train was pronounced all right by the in- at Erie All was well till we got to Dunkirk After 'oiling up' at Dunkirk I gava tho older to pull out The engineer backed for a stait, and when he did start the train broke m two tils Futal Order The witness s-ivv the hnad brakeinnn read just the coupling It seemed to be all right and he 30 reported. Thu brake man arranged the air hose and steam connections where they had been broken "Then the signal to back-up was given and the drawheads rvime together all right BO far as could be seen Tbe inspector (oil man) came along, and I asked him if he had Any air hose He said he had and I sent him for it. When be got back and crawled under tcr connect it, I nailed out and said 'Never mind, we've got six cars with air brakes and they will .hold ui all right.' Thn Story of the Wrack. Coroner the first cars could only be handled with tbe an brakes? "'fruit's all, replied Houghtalmg "I believed this to be safe We ran along all right without stopping till the accident oc- curred hen you felt the train stopping did you pull tho boll cord or the automatic cord) bell cord We stopped im- mediately, a very quick stop Then I out and saw them coming I signaled with my lamp and yelled to the engineer to go ahead. He didn't start They came to- gether The day coach telescoped the sleeper An the conductor gave thla evidence the silence was impressive Re Wanted No Delay. "The fnll length of the day coach went Inside the sleeper said he huskily, "it was driven right m you swear that you yourself did not pull this automatic cord and apply the air brakes yourself? I so swear I pulled the bell rope only "Why didn't you let that man put on the air brake connections at Dunkirk when he ready to do itf' Mr. Houghtnling answered that he consid- ered the train perfectly safe, and added. "It would have delayed us." Coroner Suppose you had placed one bra Iranian on the Salina and one on the day coach, each other, would the accident have been averted? "Yes, sir, I think so "If you had allowed the Inspector or oiler at Dunkirk to put on the air brake connec- tions would it have made the train perfectly safef Three Precautions "I think so If the train had broken with the connections all properly made the rear portion would have stopped still on the track "Suppose you had rim what you call straight (ili- through the sleeper to the rear mr, it would have set the "lr breabg on reai "Yes, sir "You had authority to have this donef "Yts, they were all under my orders "Then, in reality, there are three precau- tions you could have used to prevent "Yis, said the conductor you believe, Mr. asked the coroner in conclusion, "that by doing any of those things which you might have done, this accident might have boon "There are chances that it wai the reply The Engineer Testifies. Edward Mooney, the engineer, next testi- fied that he has been engineer on the T-nke Shore about nineteen years. When about a mile west of Hamburg the auto- matic brakes were applied to the cars, the sudden checking of the train throwing him into th.) front part of the cab. Conductor Sullivan, who was riding on the ran up and cried, "Full out or the hind end will be into you." He Wai Powerless, Mooney said: "I am perfectly powerless the brakes have bone applied from the train and I cannot releaso them while to start the tiain the rear can crashed into the forward can, but did not move them more than two feet Mooney stated that in opinion if (ondmtnr had permitted inipentor to put on the new rubber air hose and the break had the two sections would not have been fifty feet apart before they would have stopped. Mad the air not been applied there would have boon a possibility that the witness could have started at a slow speed so that the Clash would not broken the Mo.rdr.red .woman Identified >v March IS Ths body uf found in No 3 Kldriflge street has been identified as that of Sally Orenburg, aged uO years, the divorced wife of Jacobs, the murderer She was his oocond wife nud lived at 118 Chambers_____ Borne time ago she was about to retard to live with Jacobs, but the proposed ?Kroo ment was not carried out Nathan 8. Tyirj a lawyei, identified the body. Plgott WHS Snubbed. Atiirch Is teamed upon nnqnetlK n ibln authority that Figott ad- a4ottn lo Lord Salisbury di his ability lo nit h Hi" I'nrnellites and ask- ing that nn opp ifimlij bn given to him to do so through the I'ov iiminr Lord Bal't- buiy refusuel to nil nfeio in tlio matter, and there was no further c M ir pon lence A Vatltftbln Tot c H rui-a SAN FlUNt ISC 0 Mnieh I in I unelinel tttid three valmbln hoi B I I n nlu; to Now York fi oin bennte i il i l info Alto itallloi two ni n r ill i I stolli 11 e I 11 i II if n I value el nt II 01 Wood 1, trots by otnitaK bud blewl So lolli gi o woiM.BnUl the whole system is po' .____......__________, latttt m of relief for the victim I she sca.G-cly Aural comb It A' oonne of Ayert hM t THE BROTHERHOOD'S MEETING i FrlB9 Schedule UHH Adopted CTTVELAND, 0, March the first session of tlie Brotherhood meeting every club exc pt Biooklyu was represented Among other rep ii U received ami adopted was one from the? committee on playing rules, of which Buc6 Fwmg is chairman, which recommended that the) JJI.OOO to be ;iven money bo divided as follows First prize fujo) second prize bOO third prue f ui th pnz fifth pnz ?jU sixth pi u seventh prize, Ihe m eting d the staff of umpires selected bj the secietary, and resolved to puichas) for tho Now Yoi k club a handsome flag emblematic of the season of 1S89 Ihe f llowmg schedule was adopted withe ut discu sion Boston (at h me) M itli Ml I I a June 17 1 19 AUK J 11 U With Buf ?l M II Jul) 14 II 18 S 23 With Clmago Mij 4 l> .N Jul) I" 18 19 Aug 2o 30 With I 16 10 i7 111 July 7 8 9 Sept 1 1 3 itli New il> JI Aug 0 S bept 8 9 10 PI ihdtlpuia June U 13 Auu 13 1 Sept 1 5, 0 uh Pittilmrg Ma) JO 21 >J 1 July 10 11 12 Vug H _D W Br el (Mh ith Dost u Ma> 06" 'I June J 10 11 bept 11 1 13 UiBtiffulo- Ma) i ,1 Ji July 10 11 U ,o -0 Clue.ngo-May 15 10 1" Julj "89 1 1 i j 9 Jl X) 11 July 1" 18 19 J3 W th ApiilS Mai 1 4 t Jiuit 1- II 14 bept 4 B 0 YlituPmlii elth i ipill o Jl ,1 8 Aug 0 7 h "be.pt 8 li With .11 J8 Jill) 14 lj Ib Aug 21 J1 J3 Buffill 4 4 r! 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Liter Clark showed a letter pur- porting to lie from The Policj Gaz tte sus- taining his view of the case Verhoff paid the S100 bet, but Btill insisted thit he was right It wa, then ngieed to refer the ter to The Clipper, and another was bet Clark m due time produced a decision in hn favor, apparently from The Clipper Ver- hoff paid the second but was sus- picious, an 1 wrote Tho Clipper and Gazette people He found that they had never written to Clark. Verhoff accused Claris of trickeiy, find Clark returned thff and gave a check for the amount he had lost to Vtrhoff Shortly afterward, how- asked to see the chick a moment, and when it was banded him he put it in his pocket and disappeared. Hia action so dis- gusted the students that they decided to mnke tho facts public. SoclnllnU Rejoice. NEW YORK, March 13 The socialist! of thih city and vicinity celebrated the Socialist victori s m the recent German election by a meeting at the Cooper union lost night, al which. S E Professor De Leon, Hugo Vogt, Paul Grotrowand others spoke Resolutions were adopted congratulating the workmgmen of the whole world on the spread of Socialistic ideas, and the triumph of populai lights over milltaiy despotism and capitalistic oppression. The Travelers' Statement. HABTFOKD, March 13. The Travehaa' In- surance company's officials Bay that the de- cision of tbo Colorado court tbat the com- pany owes T C Henry a large sum ol money is only one step in a oomplirnteei litigation, and that the fact ii that Henry owes the company a large sum, which does in this particular case, but will be taken notice of in the final accounting They say that the courts have ousted Henry from all pcaitions of tiuat Teller Pitcher Rained the Sank. PHOVIDEVUK R I, March ia holders of tbe Union bank by a vote of to 515 have decided to wind up the affairs of the h'ank This is the bank from which Teller Charles A Pitcher stole all the cash in June, 1888 He IB now in a Canadian jail The bank recovered nearly all the and securities that Pitcher stole bui Its urTftirs have not been In a flourishing condition for some time Minn Fire BxthignUhed WILKCSBARRE, Pa March 12 in the South Wilkesbarre shaft were ex- tin juished afUnuuuu, the pumping process has been stopped The water will be allowed lo leniam in the mines for a week, at tlio end of which time the strata will be tufDciently cooled to pre- vent outbreak of lire i Tbe Colliery Horror MM h fno which is ir in mtlioni I tit Stand liiul for Mm li i WASHIM l v MuichU I nsi William Ir kte n ruulbc-i n i-, sh t m an altticati m with Chailts IK. til tho i e iiebponelcnt I I! I limes m th II I ij it 1 em ill not ul I i vi iemce 1 u t h has M ete 1 fer il In-, lilt U i nun a tl in o foi 1 tlio i inni tli unlit it 1 i t te lint 111 iktr l t n Hun It f tin n A sui I nHtli it i1 t k i II t I in s II mil li i h line II 1 i f i I TA[ I UI 1 r r mt, He elic 1 thenfue will stat m ut nu 1 th is "f, rest e lltll cl) e tl testlni) illt. two uitll s f tl if theie uitiies u sk inn Ftun f i me i v I i lei I th h Ml) et up by Kuicai d'a of i Lpiusenlutu cs v, 1 isietts li i my state n i t f I ul le ition 1' i i fvus with i nlhee it th tlllli th si tun I 111 th i i ui  n 1 win in th seventeenth roun 1 b} eouiplef ly knocl out bis mnn I tli pugilista came from England somj tun aierl now reside m Boston A flglit u Jack Folvey, chiimplon of Rho I itlind, und George Mickle, of Taunton I 11 veel Fal vey was awjrded the cont st 11 too seventh round on a foul A Pittsliurg Man Attempts Suicide. NLW YORK Murch 12 Howell Jones, aged J4, took laudanum yesterday end went into a churth ou I ifth avenue to die The sexton discoveied him and called a physician, who took measures which re- moved him from danger Jones said he could not get work, and was tired of life He was foimerly bookkeeper for a stee; dun at Flttsburg His relatives reside a 111 OBO Foity fifth that city Ourc It you made up your mind to buy Hood's Sarsaparllla do not be Induced to take other. A Boston lady, whose example Is worthy Imitation, tells her experience below In one store where I went to buy Hood's the elerk tried to induce me buy their ovviilnitead of Rood's, betoldmethelr's would last longer, that I might it on ten 10 Oct days' trial, that It I did not like it I need not pay snythlng, etc. But he could not prevail on me to change. I told him I had taken Hood's Sarsaparllla, knew what it was, was satisfied with It, and did not want any other wnen I began taking Hood's Sarsaparllla I was leenng real miserable with dyspepsia, mil weak that at times I could hardly llood'tt stand. I looked like a person In consump- tion. Hood's Sarsaparllla did mo so much good that I wonder at myself sometimes, and mjt friends frequently speak of It MBS. ELT i A. Gorr, 61 Terrace Street, Boston. Saroaparilla PnlthyMl fl Ir ir Irmly r.yl I TIOODACO J II IGO Doses Ono Dollar THE Nr VS IN BRIEF Fresh Tips trim I hi VI Inn (EiuluHj lull I Ih tin 1 f I i i I M ,t N York fm tin mm I i l h s wit II u V w cil s i 1 I It! j i i 11 ng a t f I i m th I t 1 Mrs li 11 -si Its i I ukiviMe N i i i iH I su c 1 I mil nt 1 cr throat c u n iki A tight in-. 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Notice We hereby give eial notice that all the old Pansoli and UmbrellM from 1669, left bore foi covering and repairs, mnit be railed for within 30 from this or will be sold for 15th, WALUS', Cltjr Ai-11 J. B. IIOBEN8ACK, PHH.ADK.LPHIA, PA. Thn Jpnrllnff in Youthfol "Vointr men rontflmpUtlng mai4l nond for Mcdlcftl Pint r.-mip; Connltatlonhonn till 2 P. M from 6 P. H. nntll P. M, dined on annfayt. Umbrella and nanR' Oeleb-ated SprinR Styles now on Sale 15 State UNLIKE TEA COFFEE-GOOD FOR l HE NERVES. I he claims of cocoa as a useful article of diet are steadily winning recognition ('nuke tea and coffee, it is not only a stimulant but   AND TAIWRInQ Ott, he wonld not bow miwk whktled through his tH 'Un, Boji and t i r i. nwtH 919, .n MT and m f Hflqnwttn for i i ui HI E win -i 4MIII- TO   

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