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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               X NO. TRHNTON, 8AIUKDAY AK'rtfKNOON, MAY 1., 1890, TWO MISS BLAINE MARRIED. She Is Now Composer Walter Damrosch's Bride. PRIM I H IDIh M, THE BASEBALL WORLD At New New Cleveland Base League urk 00000100 1 i 100100 5 Nt'w YL rlt Uewlanl 7 Errors 1 Utidatul 1 bitlpni-s W and 681 WALTER The C  .isliington soci- et) foi man) aday was the following simple but elegant mvnation issued several days ago Tht, Si uctary of State and Mrs Blame Invite you to be present at the marriage of their Daugh- ter Mai garet Isabella, to Mr Walter DftmroBth on Haturdu> May 17 at 1 o clock 17 LAFAYETTE The ceremony that made one the young composer and the secretary of state'sQaugh ter took place at the Blame man sion, No 17 Lafay square, m the preser.ce of a dis- tinguished com pauy Rev Dr Douglas officiated On account of the recent deaths in tht Blame fam- ily the ceremonies were of the sim- plest c h a r a c ter The bride was altiral in a plain robe of white It is said to be one of the cost- liest of Worth's creations and was design- ed to icvcal the graceful figure of Miss Blame The bride and groom were made man and wife beneath a gorgeous floral bell hung from the ceiling of the beautiful drawing room The conventional best mft" and bridesmaid were conspicuous by their ab- sence The house was a rentable bower of roses and other flowers The Distinguished Gnests Present. After the ceremony was perfoimed Mr and Mrs, Damrosch were warmly congrat- ulated by the president and Mrs Harrison, PILL presi lent and Mrs Morton, members of the cabinet and other dignitaries and friends present A sumptuous and ex tremel) palatable wedding breakfast foi lowed Among the five hundred guests present, in addition to those already men- honed, were ex Senator and Mrs Platt, Mr and Mrs Chauneey M Depew and Speaker Husted, of New York, ex Senator and Mrs Dav is, Mr and Mrs Andrew Car- negie, Mr and Mrs Stephen B Elkms and Joseph Medill of Chicago Mr and Mrs Russell Harrison and Mr and Mrs McKee, Assistant Secretary Wharton Senator and Mrs Hale, Senator and Mrs Fiye, Si- Juhan Pauncefote, the British minister, and Mrs Pauncefote, Theodore Roustan, the French minister Count Arco Valley, the German minister, Chevalier Schmit Von Tavera, the Austrian minister, Minis- ter Romero, of Mexico, and Charles de Struve, the Russmn minister Ihe Ifonng'People's After the reception Mr and Mrs Dam- rosch went to Baltimore, where they will spend the first week of their honeymoon at the residence of Mr and Mrs Eramona Blame The 23d they anticipate starting on a European with Mr and Mrs Carnegie On their return they will occupj tlie beautiful Madison avenue real dence in New York presented to them by Secrete i y Elaine ibe Storj of the Courtship, Miss Blame and Mr Damrosoh flist met at a dinner given by Mr Carnegie at Tfll- garstou in Scotland, where he had leased a magnificent estate for the On the coaching trip the next year the young peo- ple were seated side by side throughout the trip from London to Cluny castle At this grand old castle the courtship proper began, and m the walks across the heath covered moors and in aimless wanderings through the moonlit gardens, where eveiy bush oould tell a tale of love and every stone a tradition of lomantic Interest, the old story was told again Long Headed Mrs. Hale. Last summer, while Secretary Blalne md his family were at Bar Harbor, before 3ven the first faint rumor of Miss Blame's engagement had been whispered, she and Mr Damrosch were among other guests ol Senator and Mrs Halo at their residence In Ellsworth With that keen perception wWch ft wo- man brings to bear upon hearts which Mus- ter Cupid has been shooting at, Mrs. Hale made a discovery, and on the occasibn of the first dinner arranged that the lovers Should be together On the following flay Mr Damrosch sought his hostess, and, com- plimenting her upon the success of the pre- vious evening's entertainment, began to owu enjoyment of the cmyi- which had given him so agreeable a companion as Miss Blaine, whereupon Mrs Hale laughed heartily, and in response to bis inquiry as to how she guessed hfj I it tie secret, said that his choice was so very apiurent (t would have hoon downright cruelty to arrange the grouping otherwise, [t was, therefore, to Senator and Mrs Hale that their attachment for nach other wan first communicated and that their engage- ment was first announced. The Wedding Gifts. The wedding gifts, which are nnmero'l" and elegant, are said to vie in magnificence with those received by Nellie Grant when ahe changed her name to Sartoria The sccrctaiy of state's gift to his Daughter A substantial one, the same being ft com- modious browu stone house on Madison avenue, New York city. Ihe members of the diplomatic corps are represented by a solid silver tea service, couching pieces tea aiu, oiiBnr bowl, jug, bowland samovar for heating wnter. To supplement it, Congrtmaman B R Hitt, of Illinois, who are the most inti- mate friends of the bride in city, sent all the small pieces of silver that flan possi- bly be used on the modem table, iheio twelve dozen pieces )n all. and would hardly be the market price of thla elegant present T Jefferson Coohdge, of Boston, sent a pearf pendant to the bride in which pearl is as large ft woman's thumb flail. U has a crest of diamonds about It. An. other rich present Is from Mr and Mrs. John McLean, a solid silver salad buirl Senator and Mrs. Stanford a cane con- taining solid gold carving knives and odd consisting in. all of thirty pieces Tha knives hWe hilts ornamental as sword htlte of nniokod ivory with the "M. L B raised fa gold. '1 ha Rre of Kvlii. l he president and1 Mrs Hanlson, and Mfg, Morton and Mr and Mrs Andrew Cai ftegte also sent ele nt pnf' c_ nrlfti Mamma (to her little Now, Bennle, If yon'll be good and to to sleep, mamma '11 glTs yon one of Dr. slao Jiigar-ooated Cfcthartlo Pills Bonnie, smiling sweetly, propped ott to sleep at uuce. Murpbi Heatm an 1 Vll u iiu At Host u Boston 0000000000 Chicago 0 J I 0 0 0 C S B Baaehit" B nt n J Chica n 0 rrrors Bos ton 3 Cliicaj- 3 Hiltfiit-. 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Gladstone Baid, but he doubted whether they would be any the better off for that Hlbernlatu Choose HARirORD, May 17 Hibemian con- vention has adjourned to meet in New Or- in 1892 Officers were elected M follows. National dtlegate, M F Wilhere, national secretary, M D Slattery, of Albany, national treasuMr, Thomas J. Dundon, of Columbus, O Saw the Cronchea Killed. pitHMOND, Ind May 17 crazy man who arrived here from Xenia has been locked up He said he came from Bentley grille, Pa, and knew of the murder of the Crouch family He nays he did not com mlt It. but held the door while others did He gives his name as Lude Allen. A Collleij Fire at Shaiuokln. BHAMOKIN Pa May 17 thta nwruing a fierce fire broke out at the Ntefr shaft colliery, owned by the Pennsyl- vania Coal company, which employs TOO men and boys The entire structure doomed, and the logs will be very Shot by a Honfte Painter. BOSTON, May 17 Wallace, n horse- oar conductor, was shot twice by Samuel Glitter, n ptxinterf who was working on Wallace's house The wounds will prob- ably piw o fatal PoRltlvo, qnlck and mire, Such In the re- unit ohtnlnril by the am of Hires' Cough Cure I Perfectly hmmless. It ran only do good No polnraoogdrngiiplt. IWENTY-SIXLIYESLOSI Horrible Fate of the Miners at Ashley. FIRF BOSS U1LN RESPONSIBLE. HlK Naked Lamp CuuatHl tht> The During Deed of Inspector Williams. SooneH In the Immber of irned and Bodies U< cohered. fl ILKE9BAHPF Pa, May is now known that six miners peiished in tlie disaster at Ashley It was through the daring efforts of Mine Inspector illiami that the Uffible file of the imprisoned miners was learned After numerous at- tempts to enter the mine through the newly made opening, the officials concluded that the air current must be changed and left with their workmen for this purpose Being a matter requiring conwderabll time, Inspector Williams became impa- tient of delay and with A Bednigo Rees, of Nanticoke made anotliei attempt to penetrate the w Gas abounded de- spite the strong air current drawing through the gangway aud their safety lamps glared and flickered m a manner tailing of fearful danger 1 hey persisted in their attempts, and followed 300 feet Waiting but a mo- ment foi the air to clear they achanced dowu a steep incline of 60 degrees 800 feel further, when gas became 10 plentiful that they again paused Finally advancing500 feet through the mam gangway, they to a large chamber which ed a eritablf chamber of horrors In the Chamber of Death By the famt glow of their safety lampi the two men discovered on every side oi them corpses, blackened, burned and mangled Ihe mine inspector,  lish boy nan nl Tii Habinski them hut a ii bihind Muhiul Htnry ifil milieu slunk came it at-wxrliftid Siilluiin oil Ins fut rim (it t n i of mind hi grabbed tin 1 i ii 'tr HI his aims an I i an for his lift hehdd gone a short distaiuehe him I a i i h and looking ovt r his shoul dt r lltnn b( hind him It is supposed th it h' wii- taught by the falling roof and bui t I aim nan n spu t r I hi heilv of Hinrj ma) not fouml fur si i il dns John Allen the assistant lir I ss ho fired the gas, is suffering m tinsi face ami hands win Imt burned, he inhaled tht afttr damp Anthony rrayne and Hohirt Roberts, the other rescued nun an innuitical condition anil it is Inilleved that both will die lid I Nt "f the lieuu Hit names of thosL reported by the resell iiv to be ikml in and out of the mini an 1 Ills I) AS illiams Harr) Parry OKI n I'airv Michael Henry, Thomas C DIMS John Scalley, Michael Scalley Dan ul John Hassen, John Allen IIiur> 1 Jones, Robert X Pritchard, h ilti Tames, John James, John Will l.uns Jonathan Williams Richard James, William r-ihvards, 1 homas J Williams, Thomas 1 HISS Owen Williams John Ikmnstv I lank Gallagher and two Hun Italians named Butts Mine BOBS Allen Censured General Superintendent Phillips, m an inttiviivv with a reporter said The men lost tluir lives through the negligence o) VsMstant Mine Boss Allen, who insisted on r his lamp in the presence of n liU'i volume of gas Had he not done so ttu mtn now dead could all have boon res i ut lalivi us tin.re was a good current ol air p i-smg thiouigh tin (hamber where the men h id takin refuge ufterthe cave In had t ilu n place Boss Alltn has died of his injunes Mr Carlisle Nominated. Kv Maj Deniouatic joint legislative cau c us had betn i illcil to order last evening benutiir t oopci arose and announced the H ithdrawal of ex Uovernor Proctor Knott as a cantli date for United States eeniitor When the ballot ing began there was great excite meut, as it became ev ulent that the majority of Knott s support- ers vt ere going to Carlisle Mr Lind- say s followers, how ever, stood by him ami eight of the Knott votes wint to Repress utative McOreary The ballot re- sulttd ailisle Lindsay, 33 Me Crcaij JO Hi presentative Smith then an nou ueil the withdrawal of Representative. Before the roll call for the second ballot was concluded it was evident that Mr Carlisle would receive the nomi nation and amid cheering and much con- fusion the vote was announced Carlisle, 72 On the motion of Senator 1 homas on behalf of Judge Lindsay and his friends Mr C irhsle's nomination was madi unanimous, and a committee of five was appointed by the chairman to notify Mr ai lisle of his nomination and to con duct him to the chamber The Klevated Railroad Censured. ;s FH Yoiiic, May 17 the trial ot a land damage suit against the elevated railroad company the court caused some- thing of a sensation by warning the law jers of the company that if further dilatory proeei dings were indulged in, it would be the dut) of the court to stop the running of tr uns on the road Hours were occupied in examining witnesses when minutes would suflue The object was evidently to delaj the proceedings. To tie up the road Kould inconvenience the public and the court had always heedeoHhn plea when put m b) the company, but the plea could uot he used to court to submit to usi Ii ss delays It was as serious a mat- ter for tlie courts to be blocked as for roads to be blocked A Contract Labor I Salt PITT-DC no, Pd May 17 case of United htates vs the Chambers McKee Glaxs manufacturers and James Campbell and illiam Slicker, She Glass Workers' union, was taken up in the United States circut court The charge against defend- ants wiw that forty five glass workers been brought here under contracts made in England and given work at the Cham- bers McKco glass works at Jeapnette, After a number of witnesses were exam- ined the prosecution rested The defense, offered no testimony and without ment and only a ve  i team fined flinian Isuspi n 1 Ih i for intoxication and aN lined Ilium tl same amount foi tlu sum n In n erence to tin ripoit from M I ouis that ui exchange of st n k UtKuu on dtp and ill Johnson tin St loins stint lail way magnate "ftad bun made Mr ,n ih r Ahe made an u iqu ilide 1 denial He said the story was a pure fake Tlie Klnipiton (-oiin.ll KlNGSTiiv N Ma) 17 1 he common council have voted to appeal fiom thi di oision by Jndgo rurswuii of 11 i> ui tin matter of the contested aldiimniii s nts from the Fourth and c ifth wauls in h he decldtd to lasun a writ of mandamus to compel the seating of Daniel Hull nan and Patrick J Breunan Dtmoirnts Ilu cases arise from the leieut tiotis when claims that is pi i pi trated by the boards of insptHtors mtlm above wards caused the contest to be car rled to the courts Canada and Retiring Sea. OIIAWA, Out Maj Dominion parliament v as prorogued at 4 o'clock In the course of his speech the ei uor gi n era! referred tn tlu Bohnug sen qiustum as follows 'The negotiations rospeiting tin Behnngsea qmshon are still In progress at Washington with good prospects ot a favorable result. Meantime the ccntluu ance for another )iar of what is known as the modus Vivendi will serve to show our earnest desire to cultivate the most friendly relations with the United States govern mtnt and people Judice Parker Mil) 17 I ho film nil of the Into Judge Amasa J Parki r on urn d at i o clock Petal s >pal hui h The judges of thi tourt of appuiis an 1 the trustees of i ninill uuiversitj an 1 I tu m college atten lid in a body d 11 u n Hill waspiispnt 1 he buna! servut mid by Bishop JJ mi Iho interment was in the Ruial ceim ti i v Three iliiHam Klll.il ScIiVMns I'a Maj 17 bank caved luFndav upon i nnmliir ol It iliaus who were loading i iilm nn flat cars f >r it al A large force of mi n vvi ie at work aud all but threi of the bin ml men utre nsiued alive, The n u ii s of tin thin who win deadwh n i u h 1 an not kii iwn I he men h n i ih i nn I n it I n i nns Presents in the most rlegant form THE LAXATIVE AND NUTRITIOUS JUICE FIGS OF CALIFORNIA, Ccrnibmed with the medicinal virtues of plants known to be i. lost beneficial to the human system, framing an agreeable and effective laxative to penna- neatly cure Habitual Consti- pation, and the many ills de- pending on a weak or inactive :xmdition of the KIDNEYS, LIVER UNO BOWELS. 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