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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VIII. NO. 2329. TRENTON, SAL UK DAY AFTKKNOON, MAY 31, 1890, TWO 1 HE GARFlELD Eloquent Words of Praise for Ohio s Distinguished Son rKrMWM HVKK1MCV IlUHl IK 1 GoVL] nor OX S GlOW 1 tlf tilt I I r St, I sin u Sill l in il iKMiUnt Moitoii and Mi MiKinhj ItUl Hi n Mini of PriUe May 31 was J o 1 t k of Me n j i il du) whin the lie 11 tif tl t ol mini oc the p iratle win h pie t tlttl the duiit Uiou of the. Guiiekl in numuit 1 i e-d under tho decoritetl arch at tht c ut, crv Mis Lriiiielti who give i rt upMoli to the plesiduit early in the d i) to r lie eeuetet) in athantt, ol tilt pioccstlou aud with lur ilaughttr Mullie tiartielil Brown J Blown litr s in in law Harry Uarneld ami J A (jai I "It! Jr were seated luimttlntely be liiiul the orator of tho d vj w ith tne prtsi deut on the right of the chair icf-Presi dent Morton ou the left and the members ot tiie e ibmet supporting them on eithei lie of Amerie i bv a ehoir oi vo prefr.ced the ei.eru-.Li and aftu t v P" lent Hines hid succeeded m se euunj uitciition from the multitude he niaeli i few brief remarks president oi the viemori il association Prajer Mas offered b) the Right Rev Bishop W A Leonaid of the Episcopal chureh, anil then ex Governor Jacob D the t ratoi of the daj appeared and the crowd eheered Ihe ora- tion was in a cleai "voiee which could be ird far into the throng Among his utterances were these The massive structure which crowns this hill meets the eve of the wajfarer v he comes to fair Cleveland from Huam, the place of OUrfield 8 home and activ itiea as 5 outh and man, where he labored as a teacher of the young, himself little mort than a boy, and whence he was called tc that public life which made him the prop ertj of the nation From this tower as from a watch tower one may almost loon into the rural quiot of Chagim Palls, where his childhood was spent, and into Mentor, the Lome he kned to think would be his ID the peaceful decline of life, when struggle and turmoil might oe looked back upon as from a snug harbor, his work well doue his fame solidly established, and the good will of all his countrymen a sure possession "It is well that this memorial should be built here, in the capital city of the 'west- tern on tlm eastern bide, where the branching roads lead to all the counties of the old district he served for nearly twenty j ears Himself, a type of the west- ern reserve boy, his marble effigy under, this dome is a sort of apotheosis of w estern resen e manhood It is the emblem of the heroic qualities developed out of the New England character of the pioneer life ol the west "Antagonisms Are Torgotten In concluding his address he said 'And BO men of all parties have united to build this memorial and to place this statue upon its pedestal to commemorate his virt ues and his services Here antagonisms are forgotten Here cynical carping has no place The good, the great, the otiong the and, the patriotic were all so abund mt in him that out of them the young of the coming generation may construct an ideal 0 i which to mold themselves The vreak- the limitations, the imperfections Incident to human nature and which ev eiy man must humbly acknowledge his share in, may here be dropped from view and the model to be imitated is made up oi those noble and generous qualities which vi so marked in the man we honor to- daj 4 Feiuianent Decoration "The people of this land, far and near, are at tins verj hour decorating the graves of 11 .r fallen patriots and heroes with donate and heartfelt love and rever tuce Oar tusk is part of theirs We join oui countiyiaen In the loving duty Tina memorial is a permanent decoration of the tomb where lies the bodj of a soldier Riid a patriot whose services to his country were so great and so brilliant that the ('ignity of-this structure and the durability tt tins monument only gives fitting ex pr ssion to the solidity of trust, the honor and the regard n ith which the American pcoole chensh the memoiy of suck as he Ma> it be to us and our children the con tinning lesson in patriotic endeavor which i' wi'8 designed to be, and many genera- 1 tons as the look upon it find it stimulating T item to that noble manhood which shall c'evci'o our free institutions into all they i lute The President's Tribute. The oration occupied in its delivery hour and ten minutes After the Hallelu- iah chorus had been rendeied the presi- a ut was received with a warm welcome In a remarkable vigorous manner and vain numerous gesticulations he spoke M f lions Fellow citizens The selection of these exercises on this day, consecrated to the meuioiy of those who died that there mi -lit lie- one flag of honor and authority in t is republic, is most fitting That flag limits here, the unrivaled object of our Ihia beautiful and imposing monument 1 tly npifles tha grand and symmetrical character of him in whose honor it been built His was the arduous gieat- ncss of things done No ladder of prefer- ment was fashioned and placed by other hands for hiv ambition He framed and nailed the upon which his aspiring I >et rose to the summit of public useful- ness and fame "He did not cease to be student and teacher when hi left academic As a volunteer soldier he quickly made himself familiar with tactics and strategy, i nil imparted in a brief army career some 'liable lessons In military science He s.'. profound studentof the political his- tor, of his country, and one of the most brilliant and instructive of tha great de- liatcr w ho have appeared in the national congress What he would have done and iK't'ii m the is chiefly left to friendly augury based upon a career that It id no incident of failure or inadequance '1 he sudden and cruel and mysterious ter- iviiuation of his career had only one amel- space of life was given him to teach from his dying bed a great lesson of patience ana loving forbearance His mortal part will find here honorable reptwe, while the lessons of his life and death will' continue to be imposing and instructive IL.L dents in American histoiy i-e President Morton, who, was next Uoiight forward, spoke briefly He re- ferred to his personal acquaintance with the dead president, and suid that his life was a lesson and an inspiration to the youth pf fit1 'mi 1 1 he more the ch >i Tho provnlemfle of soromlom taint In the The entering wedge of a complaint that blood In mnoh more universal than many are prove fatal Is often a slight cold, which a wnro Indeed, bnt few pornonn nre free from tloin or two of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral mlgbt It I nrtmmtoly, however, we have In Ayer's cured at the commencement It would Bnranparllla the most potent remedy ever bo well therefore, to keep remedy within discovered for this terrible affliction. reach at nil times. his i i M i i 1 1 d hi-, It teachings tht I cttt! nihl 1 Ih i! i n Shi rin in Spends hui d n Mi in tn uas n i >duetd the chum la i i 1 i si i il 11 i ulis Oou -Mi in ui ti i that n (_ ill! jnia IK was kn t i ji ittr in V u as a i H il i I t t 1 nl i of I nun ELI and in i 1 i I i I H li i I mil Hill) (_TI i ut i n is I hi in t >t U pi it m in ho 11 lit ml his in j( i i lit I Hell id th it dod would hi s, 1 i i n ij uul that tin [ieo pit nl 1 n 1 I t! IM U ug ;is the} Intdwli win ti it ami faithlul u tht tin f 11 nl t r i v in It in t 1 1 hi w w 1 t n (ien Uaitiell w i tai tl point it ik ith at 11 IIL. 15i ti i rin in h 11 said tt him th it if n ulil u t ie him ti in Utl he w nl 1 uj 11 l ih ip of Mi i d in h h 11 is i i in i out nit it then ing ai i tt 1 is Vaislml llenn (jiuti in t mi IRI It t anotht r lound from 1 is pit n iiong the darlitld ens Bisli pt ilmuur in H ftw well th ISPL remarks d i a Itss n from Cmrheld filial ot in Ihert u it It ml tuts tor MtKinlej al this pt i it tu t ht hia and ttlit-i 1 to sp it but as tha demon u w is to itniut 1 he made a bnei spttdi II i pull i 'n inch of congress he sud nt MI h i 1 i nioie ruajistit Itadci 1 nine tht pitsiduit and speaking with ciinsi erable emphasis, the speaker con tiuuttl No i lent biute Washington Lincoln uid Gi tut been clobei to the lie uts of tho ptople than Ortn Gar field It w isd o il itk before tht wer ltire Arc Mlttgliig. OAlvi Uil Maj dl carelessuesi of a bridal keeper jesteidaj on the narrow guage ratlr id led to the fatal plunge of an euKiue and one car into a creek and a ter- rible loss of life Iwenty bodies lunebcon aud as many more are missing The nan on train connected w ith thi 1 45 p- in tiitiu from San Francisco, and in thethieeiars neie about 150 passengers, As the tiiim neared the Webster streel draw budge the passengers, who looked out of the were amazed to see thi draw open I he tram came round the sharj curve at high speed before the ongmeei could uia'tnall} slacken the speed Tht yacht Jam ita had just passed through and the bridge keeper made a desperate effort to close the dian, but without success, Luckily the weight of the engine and th( first coach broke the tram in two and thi rest of it vi as saved The engmeerwasfeam Dunn, the flremar, Chailes O Bnen and the conductor Ed Rerath Of this trio Rerath escaped through being in the hind part of th( train It is rumored that Dunn and O'Brien jumped and sn am to safety but i( is not believed, as neither yet'bcoj seen Crawled fiom the windows W hen the coach fell througk it wenl completely under water, but a number oi passengers crawled through the window! aud escaped The majority of the pas- sengers in the coach were women and chil dren From the broken hnlf of the trait the passengers swarmed out, woman shriek ing and men half frantic, although then was no occ ision for their fears as the cai wab securelj wedged in by the woodwori at the approach to the bridge The cai which had followed the engine to the bot torn of the muddy ptuarj soon rose and such of the passengers as had escaped therefrom were picked up by yachts and small boats which gathered at the scene, When those were all picked up, ths boati gathered about the car whsre thirty or f ortj women and children lay Buffooating be- neath the water They could do little 01 nothing, as it took several minutes to teai open the roof of the coach Removing the Dead. The top of the coach finally cut open and the work of removing the bodies com menced, ten bodies being taken out in quick succession Conductor Rerath wai seen directly after the accident and saidi "In all probability twenty-five women and children have perished Three women and three girls were taken from the w iter alive and removed to the hospital Another young lady died soon after being taken from the water Newi of the accident created intense excitement m Oakland, and thousands of peoplt flocked to the morgue and to the ol the wreck The body of E P Robinson, which was among those taken .from tht hole cut in the roof of the car, was among the first removed The bodies of six men and two u omen were brought in soon after, some of the bodies being at first leftr in the receiving hospital, where the injured wen also taken In a short time thirteen bodies lay on the floor and on marble slabs await- ing identification The list of Identified is as follows The Identified Dead. Martin Kelly, of Oakland, assistant chief wharfinger for the state A H Austin, of Austin Phelps, San Francisco Miss I lorence Austin Mrs Bryan O'Conner, of San Francisco. J B Ii win, sewing machine agent, ot Oakland E P Robinson, of Sd" Francisco Luigi Maelesta of San Francisco Capt John Dwyer, of Sacramento Mr Williams, of San Francisco H W Auld of Honolulu. Two Misses Keen an, of 8an Francisco H Malerta, a Japan gig boy, of San Fran- cisco A Story. Ihe experience of the passengers IB first coach as related by those who fortu- nately escaped was horrifying in the ex- treme F F Fialey, of San Franoieoo, one of the pautngers, told a graphic story of the disaster "I was seated on the front seat of the first car facing the engine AU went well until jnst as we approached thi draw bridge crossing at Antonio Ots.ak. As we drew near to bridge it saemed to me the draw was open, that a fearful acoi- dent was inevitable Jnst then a jumped from the engine into the water, and then cause the crash A horrible u ushing of timber and snapping of heav j iron work followed this "At once consternation prevailed In the car The next thing I knew the car was in the water, and I found myself blindly groping for the door, which I fortunately reached and opened When I found my self on the platform I gradually worked my way by climbing and holding on to the front of the car to the roof, which I had just reached when that end of the car rose out of the water, and quite a number of people escaped in this manner, principally women and children The car was akout two-thirds full when we left the wharf and I should judge there were at least twenty- five or thirty people in It Ihen there was a fearful outcry when the car began to fill, but this almost immediately hushed in one long final wail of 'despair I was very fortunate in escaping with slight injury to my shoulder and several cuts on my head Refined Admittance, He Shot Himself. WILKESBABRE, Pa May HI Shaughnesy, aged 25 years, who has boon in jail since. January last for abusing his wife, was released a few days ago Yester- day ho went to his home and was refused admittance He stepped out on the side- walk, drew a revolver, and shot himself in the afcdomen Hn wllj die 1 A Bad NFW YORK, May 81 vf some vet- erans of Gai field post were shooting at a target in the rear ef the saloon at Second avenue yesterday a stray shot struck and probably fatally wounded May Gunther, who lived in a neighboring house Four veterans and the saloon keeper were arrested Koutith Denied Cltlieiubip. PFSIH, May H The lower of tie Hungarian diet rejected th' ruturallwtlou bill which would restore the of dtlr nnship to Lonli Kouuth. against bill was 189, the vote When your dealer sends you somethin "jnst as good when Hires' Root Boer Is for, the proper thing la to send It back. In selling substitutes, beoanse the profit Is large THE BASEBALL WORLD League At Svn rl Hist Neu U i ni 0 0 0 0 0 fi I I 1 i N k 4 Cmcimititi I- rrors N Li tiiinull 1 Halttirus Wdib n 1 M 1 i i nu 1U 1 I illvtlu Ml u In e 0 0 0 0 0 II 0 0 I I (I 0 1 1 1 0 0 I N Vuik 0 m u all J Jr V I, t mimtiatl 1 IlilhiVa 1 M i I v ui i aud m vtt u 1 i xttm I tn II I u I st I 0 1 1 I 0 0 I I t I i 1 0 U I) U U 0 0 1 1 i It I I n 10 Plttsl u 4 Errors B t i I I t I irtf 1 IJnttfi t LiKzelu and Ci hn tt an 1 Atlti uuuet J 1411 1 n, B l 0 (I d 1 1 0 II it it It II I il 11 rittsi irK 4 Eirors B l 1 tl I 6 Bntt.i NielinU auc B jt t s s an i tlsou Atttudauce 4 o, 1 Ml I libt U i I B Uvu 0 1 1 0 tl 0 0 0 0- Biu, I Is I I i it. 8 Bl Uyn t Jini-s tin K) 1 i kl Ballon s Hutclim s n i i !v l ri It i} ami Bush on uteud I 1 u 4 1 II 0 0 0 I 1 CliK 340801881 In, h N Biooklyn 9 U In Hi kUi till IKO 8 Biittenes Huti lim au 1 Kitlridg etuuUiers Hughes and 1 1) 7 t U i i u ielp'iiu I Ir-t PI I 1 i'liila 10 090100 Cli itlm d ,14108801 Bi p hili rillalelpliia J ClerelinJ 10 r( rs Pin hia 0 icvpland 1 Binari ckp j i 1 Schnver Bialln and ZmiiTer tf-l dlUl" r Ph 1 loll I'll 0 0 8 0 0 1 0- C t v rim i l 0 1 I 0 i 1 tu I lulatle i li a 5 Cleveland 4 Er rot-- II i It-lj hit u Cleveland, 1 ud ai i Zinimyr bmith and Bohrivei Jai e 4 1'Iajers Iiugue a 12085061 rnfnun jouooeoai- I is hue 11 .t H 7 Kiroi-s N 1 il i PttNluri; o Balteiies 0 Day auc: s 1 ni ILniull Sp t n i it 1 2 0 0 9 I 1 e I put ii (ff o 2 i o e i s o o i eeltit Yolk 11 Ittsburg 8 Errors N ik 4 1'ittsbuig S Batteries Crane L v ng ail Ouhm aud Carroll At- tt i 111 p iti Al I> t klvn TirRt Bilijn 010060010 K I lev Inn i ll Ba-sr Ints BrooKl) n JO LleTelnnd 8 Errors Biotklju (li Batteries tteylitoj tind Kmsl vr t.rulifr and buU-llffe Attendance 'Jill becond Brickljn J I 1 8 0 II 0 Cleveland 00088040 Bast, lnt 11 Cleveland, 13 grruis B 1 j u 4 Uev luiid 1 BntwriM Van Hal. ti en and Cook 0 Bnen tiud BIIJ der 001 III At 1 tnlaclt Ij li i First game Phlia 1 Ipluu ChKUfc 00001001 S 1 its Pliil-idflphla b Chicago 5 Errors I h la I 11 u 1 (.In...ago S UutUiries Sunders aud II 1 it-uu King and Boyle Attendance See d Plnlu I In 0 0 8 1 0 0 6 0 Chi UKd 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0- i Ba lilts P iladelphift 18 Chicago 8 Ejrors PS i ileljhia Chieago 4 Batteries BufBntoD and cross Barston and fan eli II 7 5 Al irst Boston i Buffalo Base hits B ston 10 Buffalo 16 Errors Bos Ion, 18 BirTtili It Batteries Daly Murphy and Kllroy I ersou aud Slack Attfudauce, Becontl Boston 60080011 Buffiio oooosooce a Baee hits B Ion 14 Buffalo S Errors Its ton 3 B rttlo 1 Badbourne and Mui pin Knfeand lluen Attentlauce Aiubrlt an AsHitelatlon At bj i irbt Toledo Base hits Syracuse 7 Tolefio 8 ErrMs 8yiaeus.e 1 Tiled) 1 Batteries Casey and O Rourkf Cusl man and 8age Stcou I (fan Syraeuse 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 i Tolt do i I) 1 0 1 0 9 1 BabBhitb S ni iv 5 Toledo 9 Erron Syra cune 6 ToliHtn j Mi n Isou, and Btlggd Healy an i Rogers At Kocliester 300000100 4 Louisville 00000000 I Bnse hits R Chester 14, Louisville 5 Erron Roeh-'sU'r 1 L tiiHvilie 1 Batteiles Barr MeCiute Ehrt t aud Rjan riist frame postponed on nt eottnt r raui At Bl ot ill) n 1 n st Bro kljn 0 0 0 1 B 0 0 8 0 4 St Lou Ba hits Bl okh n Bt L nits 8 Erron Brook Ijn 3 ht I u 4 Batteries and T j Kamsa) aud ou Seem 1 game- Brooklju St Louis 03000000 8 Base hit Pirnkljn 3, St Loum 4 Errors BroJIjn i I tins 3 Balteneit Daily aud Toy Whllio k ai 1 M in) on At Co umb i r irst game Columbus Athletic 1 21 0 1 0 0 5 Baw bits Columbus 13, Athletic Errols Oo umbus 3 Athletic d Batteries Easton Widner an 1 O Connor McMahoo and Robinson Second game- Oolumlms 310140000-8 Athletic Bum hits, Oliinibui, 14 Athletic 6 Errors Columbus 0 8 Batteries Qastrlglit and 0 Connor Orcon and Robinson Atlantic Asaoclatlnn. At New game New Haven, S W llniliigton Ba.se hits New 10 Wil 5 Trrors New Haven 1 WlhnlnK un 4 Batteiien OilliUind and Hsfford, Swoi- ba h audXortoran httoutl Haven, 0, Baltimore 0 tieu Haven 7 Baltimore, 8 Hen Haven 1 Baltimore 4 Doran and Hofford Bnker and Towntend Fourteen fniilDgs were plavptl Makes the lives of many people miserable, causing distress after eating, sour stomach, sick lieitlicne, heartburn, loss ot appetite, a faint, all gone feeling, bad tante, contsd tongue, and Irregularity ol the bowels. Dyspepsiadoes After not Bet wel1 "sen. it requires careful attention, KcKing and a remedy like Hood's which acts gently, yet efficiently. It tones the stomach, regiilites the diges- tion, creates a good ap- petite, banishes headache, and refreshes the mind. I Inve been troubled with dyspepsia. I had but little appetite, and whit I did eat me, or did llttte K00t- 1 Wouid have a faint or tired, all gone feeling, as though I had not anything. My trouble was qggiavated bj mv business, painting. spring I took Hood's Bar- O4, U saparllla, which did me VtOlllBOn Immense amount of good. 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Ssiouy Shetland Fin Ji, Btbboni, Chenille Omnments, Jfunoy Fringe, Tidies, Bnttonn, Gimps, Collars, Cuffs, Oomba, Bmhee, Nail uid Tooth i i All the le-4ing of Gu I Inetallng the oelebiated 0. P. Co.i il Fwill fOi V All matt of for T-di Children Omeli' H.ir, Nttnnl Wool will be to i .00, and lirotid A HUKKlCANn. AMOftft KONS. TllK TOFi'I.K.Ii A T.AKGK MANUFACTOKY ANH ITS CONTKNTS OK ONn: AN" FIFTY OF rllK iiAlNrY STUFFS I-KT.T.-MKT.T. INTO OUK STOKK. The profits of the n.aker have been scattered to the four corners of the earth and the bright silken textures lie upon our counters awaiting to be carried to your honie for the trifling pi ice con- sideration If you have Dresses to trim, Head- wear 'o embellish, Upholstery to decorate, hurniture to beau- tify, Window Curtains to adorn or Baskets to ornament, this is the opportunity of opportunities. IftkFOKH: IIAVK SUCH AND QUALITIES IN nkSlKAiiT.K KHiHuNS AS SWAY THIS HUNDRRn Besded Capes have met the low-price move- ment and been conquered. From they to F4Ch- 1 his is most Bihrfrrtlni.y eat  uoh prlt never before bjsn all where. to hslf the figure. Thisx-'on'snewi a ing of odor oombi-ri Another snt ef IS 1m a dlf- feieut line of colon, h" iti i to the nnlfoiiii price of tttlt H-Wt, a P-ir. from 'Tneladlng lim from 18 to 80 SCo. Paoh. with high or low ncctg, Oo F-oh. Bed need from ii HJJOHTH, IK   

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