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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               YOU VITT. NO. 9337. rRKNTON, TUK8DAY AHM'KKNOON, JUNK 10. 1890, TWO MEN AND HORSES DEAD. Fatal Blunders of l wo I rain Dispatchers. NIM 'II Dr IN BOTH WRECKS. Fain on. Race I'm Including Klley, hpierro au I Huntress, Crushed to DC illi In the Deln ii, of One W 4 of tha Killed uncl Injuieil ST Ions June i collision on the li load ii u nton sixty-one west of lull Mondav seven men and fi teen rate hordes wtre killed knd eight persons u lined Ihe are aiosth trainers ind other attendants on the hi i es Ihe names of the ictims are N.IIIK nf the Dead. Will .-ill H rUoinas colored, Cynthiana, Ky Hem, Stone, truner Harrodsburg, Ky Jami a Kelly, Chicago Frank Kelley Chicago Ed Simmons, hostler, Letmgtonf Ky 13 Giten, triloicd, Frankfert, Ky feinmel jockey, Lexington, Ky A List of the Injured. Will im Tnj lor, colored, Covmgton, Ky arm br iken TJarsous, abash, engineer, arm broken J E Norton, brakeman sev erely injured Lou s Augustus colored, Harrodsburg, Ky k t fi utured Geor_e Huilej colored, Cjnthmna, Ky arm In ki n Lcc j rown Lr ille aim broken Meru'l lohnson colored St Louis, arm bn ken engineer, rib bioken TIow the Occident Occuried. One of the trains had eight palace horse cars In ided with nice horses en route from Latoni Among animals killed were Eiley, RnliLb, lerre and Huntres-, Kiley s owuer, Ed Ci ngan had refused 000 for him The fctident was caused In an error In train orders the second section of train No 5 had orders to run tw o hours and five minutis late, and the onlir delivered to No 2b by the operator at Montgomery read hours and fifty minutes 1 ite The Famous Hors  be gulled They Insist on Hires'Boot Beer, health wan completely restored M i we sore to get It i Fisher, Oswego, N Y. j YOUNG COWLES REPENTS Ho Lp the thlltl nml for 1 MovcRf June 111-1 n im H ton Us who was shot sn-n in the General ital wau too ill t> in iki im extended statement but he tilkiJtutlj of till ease Hi ifhimul that hi h u: done in leg ud t i Itis under lei (I tl i li ent in the L mtid st iti and I in i'a He said that he and HI the of an auue ibk iitUunm an 1 he K ill mt ir unei is unuiiis sary and hurtful Hi 1 tl t urn est intirest in In t iinih and jisintee outside intiifeienet Ik is s nj foi what Hale hi! do le and kit U nh fur him iu his p uuf ul sit i i Vi enough he said hi shi th it hi h is been the of )iims ind th it he has been hardh duilt with Cowles then ealled foi Supi tintendenj of the Mmtii il (HI ti il hit, pital, and stated that ae was Hilling to surrender his 'Iloienie to Ins wife He iltlxidhib to the foi lowing document To Mtna Shuitzeu of the Sacre 1 Heart Convent Please do! ver to nij e LUI daughter roienie Cowt s uli ut 1 It) unj consider this an Qunulhinut f i i> d i u i et ingtheehild luist U LJWII-S Tail shonn tlie ilnne iloni ment He considered that it settled the abduction c.ihe but adjounu 1 it lot one day Mrs Conies miiMiltiie uensvuth much satisfai tiou eondnion is quite serious mote espeeiallj beeatise ho u sill ung from consumption If 1 du hi said to a r< porter, mil I am annul 1 Mil it hard with poor H ill II ih -n is n leased from jin in mih.ir0Lof two olli ten, and is with ins fritn Is at Oiniiil sitisiution is pressed at this unexpetied turn of atiaus in the case Bank Wrecker IN 11 Sentenced NEW June "Wrecker George H Pell is in fsn .5 Smg Ik was stripped Mstinlaj of the hom i ible garb of i ciMh m md in tile to il )n th stupid suit of a felon ihe sen of the court is that he shall c< iitinue in for irs and months it liai 1 lib r If hi puneo to be a bet ttr pnsouer than he is a tonimut itinii for Kiiod to duet Hill his term of imprisonment to about }e lid is the punishment of (lie kin_' pin of tint le markable of conspuators "check kiting stUt of nnaiicu ring sit this city and countij bj the Sixth Nation il IcmiHill ami I1 quitable banks That 1 iindalisiti at BOSTON June 1 here is n stiongim pression among the II UMird students th it the sudden chang? of front in the nutter of investigating the u cent ind ilism at the college is due to the faet that the uuple is ant lias been made that the eul prits are found to be the most prom ment students and of the best families The feeling is therefore, that ou the eie of commencement as an exposure Mould only make a bad matter the guilty ones will be quietly expelled from eollige, and will as quietly leai e Cambi idgi 1 he police find themsehes m a position where they do nothing if the eol'ege atithon ties, whose prn ate property wasiiisligured, make no compl unt Chicago's Big Betr Combine CHICAGO, June 10 subscriptions m this city to the bonds and stoi ks of the City of Chicago Brewing and Maltingcom pany, limited closed at noon Thpy ure as follows First Nation il bmk Illinois Trust and Savings bunk, "J 150 Merchants' Loan ind I rust, %0, to tal, This includes iJWOOOO subscribed at E S Dwer Co and at Chailes Hennteu s Ihe com bination of breweries and malt houses was made with a of selling to an English syndicate, but when the T line of the prop erties became Chieagoans came to the front, and two thirds of the bonds hat a been taken here Hackney Hornet, for America June National line steamer Denin irk which has s uled for New York, has on board a notable eon Blgument of haeknej horses for Dr Webb, of New fcork, brother in law of the Messrs Vanderbilt 'Ihere are also on boaul six French coaching horses tor one of the Messrs Vanderbilt Dr Webb s lot com prises the famous mare Lady Alice winner of tKb champion cup at Islington show, an other winner of the champion cup at the Jubilee ahow, and Dugmar White Socks, and Pomfret'sf imous stallion, all of which are from the celebrated Brookfield stud of Mr Burdett-Coutts for M-uisliughter, NEW BKlNsWHk, N I, chael Hussey and Melville Hcndrickaon, held for the murder of George Kissengen during the raihoad not at feajervilleon the night of May 6, 1889, retracted their plea of not guilty and plead non vult of technical man (laughter On the recom mendation of the public prosecutor they were fined each Baseball Players In Trouble. Y June 10 mem bers of the Rochester and Athletic clubs, who were arrested bj the Irondequoit au- thorities and taken before Judge Coy to answer the charge of Sabbath bieakmg m playing ball on Sunday at Windsor Btach, were held in bail each to await the ac- tion of the grand jury A Guest Burned to Death. WlLKESBARP.r, Pa June 10 Tremi bath hotel was burned last night One guest, W P Borubatish, was burned to death Mrs Trembath, the landlady, and her stepdaughter, Miss Annie seriously burned and othei wise injured loss on building and furniture is about A Big MortgKgre Beoonled READII.G, Pa June 10 morcgage for by the Heading and Chesapeake Coal and Railway company to the Fanners' Loan and Trust company of New York, an trustees, has been recorded here. The Reading and Chesapeake is a new railroad projected to run from this city to Havre de Grace, Md Three Men Wore Kuled. PINEVII LE, Ky June 10 work- men weru netting out iron ore in a bank two milts -with of here the earth suddenly caved an 1 three of the twelve workmen weienught and crushed to death, Two others lutd tluir legs broken Their names r i or BROOKLYN'S BIG BLAZE. Flames Rampant m the City's Very Center. FOUMIIN IM.INLS AT Hjde A. Hi tun in s llmutri 1 anious as the Moifjuy ut the rime o: the liiuoUHu llnitie Hoi I in, Is In Oth.i nmlilnits Mire BliooiHN Tin e Ki Ihik Ikhnian theatii tin I i_, house m Adams btieet ne u was fouud I be ou fire it 1 o clock this morning and in less than ti n mmutts the flames h id burst through t'u i 01 and shot up fifty feet into tin ur Ihia happened befoiu an en gme could rt uli the scene at all and when the stunners that answered thiee rapttlH riprated alarms armed all hope of the thi atie had to be ab iiuloned Ihe oulv HI ik done on the fire was by two (mm n burst thtough thi Adiinis stui t d or and rescued the janitor and his faunh of his wife an three childien I iigiuea nt ork The fointiin engines then on hand turn- ed at once upon the adjoin ing tin most unpin taut of which was the nivs Vi buckle building recently erecttl in th site of Dietet s hotel at cost of is (HUH) Ihe re u of this bull lnij, H s ibi at 1 IT a m and Chul h 11 httlt hopi ot wiving much ol the m 1111 wtiiuturt Ihe building contains the ndi is ftlu Kings Count} 1 rust com pans thi leligiaph com pauj tin hit rnatioual ilk company and of er 1 (H) 1 IH M i s 1 he pi opert of these various turns is noith fkiouoi) The I'aik Theatre The old Pirk theatre now being torn down isscp 11 itedfiom Hjde il Bihman's b} an i IK n lot on which tin (nrnmnia bulk is pieparing to encfabtg bu Id ng 1  m or morbid cuiioslt) took to the cpot MH rth afttrnaid Hjde Behman tf >k possession of the property and tiuihformei it into a theatre, and bueh it has been since The I ire Under Control fare is under control and is confined to the Vrbuckle and Germama buildings and Hjde Behman s theatre Ihi loss will probably exceed Ihel uik tlieatri adjoining the Arbuckle building Has somewhat damaged A Connecticut Town CuLrni-siii' C inn June 10 whole business pirtioii of this town has been burned 1 he fire started at 3 W i m m a shed near the oithmgton brick block Hie Losses The follow ing is the most accurate esti mate of losses that can now be made in s block, Bingham's block SSOUO T V Adams Kel logg s block ind stables, jOO, Baker'a building, S3 000, nnd contents of same Pierce t, building C F Me Intyre, photograph galleij, R S Jones, barn, JJOO A S Lutz clothing, Otis York, SSOO, G G JJOO, Heorjjp O Jackson harness J3400 Kmil Cossacks b u her S200 the Colchester club, >WI William nei barber, J Abel, tailor, tl Wt Colchestei librao M 000, siMiige bank tl 100 Rath bone's st ibles Mrs li L Kenjon, milliner, 101 William B Otis, grocery store Chinese laundry FA Smith, grocerj, Peter Sehill gi.auo A'l the save York and Baker, wers insured foj about two thirds value The fire was checked at the store of R C Jones, beyond which dwellings extend a long dis tance southwaid Ihe Colchester Advo- "ate was burned out It is believed flre started in a closet on the second flooi of the Worthmgton block The territory burned is the same that was swept fay flre in An Oiiginnl Package Decision. MASON Cm, Iowa, June 10 John C Sherwm has made a sweeping decision in the original package injunction cases which e been pending for the past week, which is by fai the severest blow at prohl bition the ht ite has yet receiied In hia decision the judge finds that the as agents of importers could occupy tha building for the purposes of selling beer in original pack iges to all persons ex cept minors and habitual drunkards, and that such use would not constitute a nui sance, though the beer was drunk on the premises by the purchaser, and that sales, although shipped by the cases, wen sales m original packages He granted a temporary injunction restraining defend ants from selling to minors and those in habit of being intoxicated Boys Cause Man's Death. READING, Pa June 10 started an empty car used to haul material a mile up the Noerswk Mountain railway An en gine with a c ir load of Italians started at the foot of- the grade but when they saw the run twaj car coining they turned the switch to a collision One of the Italians jumped and was crushed to death Those w ho remained on the car escaped injury Four Children Drowned. ROCK Isi AND, Ills June 10 Baker, aged 10, Lola, Alfred and Scib, aged respectively 9 7 and 3 years, were drowned at Rapid City They wen boating, and running against a snag boat was capsized and the children thrown into the water All the bodies, except thai of Charlie Seib, have been K covered The Hubhnrd Statue Unveiled. HARTFOIID, Conn June 10 stattw of the late Governor Richard D Hazard was un' eilcd Monday in the presence of a large ciond, tha governor and other state officials' members of the supreme court, etc, taking p ut in the eveicises A liox of i pills lins mvcil mnny a fit of flloknf i hen n lomody not happen Illihvir K h-peoplr HIT liable toncRlcct Plight nllment and of serious 111. ness follows they Imvo to suffer the come- quenccs. "A stitoh In time save nine." i 001010 THE BASEBALL WORLD National League A' T In li Iphui i. ik IU- I I- rk 8 r r i N u H I r liilailellihi i, 0 Kulleri' I M in I I i 1 1 UleUbUU an 1 elements At I In i VI B 1 lui H i 1 0 0 1 I 0 0 II II I I) I 000.10 14 Hi I Ii M n T uklui 4 rin rt, B I 1 I I MI Butei Nubola am Hi it U i u Uiistiouir illeiiluuee 1 181 VI t in l iii 1 I t k His Ills I melnnntl 12, Pilu.1 I LriV (m i nitl ittstttirt, Bath new nni P Utr KIIULS and Harrlntrl u AUiuduULe 41 League VI Plilhl I'l llid li i 2 1 1 2 J 3 0 2 1-1 'V k KM. is 1 Inlndelphla 18 0 Fi i r-, II s S Hatterks 1 -I U Bi klju Hr i 31 Bin 8 0 0 1 a 1 0 2 r- I f lits 11 Jklju 8 B sun 10 Errors Bi II i 11 si n j BatttrieH K n 1 Iiilij ami Ivilly Atlendftnce "50 M Bull il IliilVili 00010S400 CI Inn) 0001583.01 Hi i In Bun-Hid Cliuland 13 Err rs Bill 1 L! J Batterisa Ha lil e mi I 11 k I li 1 aid Sujilir Atteuduuee B3 Ail n 1 ,K lull "TK 0000000000- U I 1 n Mil f 10 ehlcago 4 Eirors 1'tt I i i. 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He Tiles In tj) Induce Parlliimou to IliMiiss Irish Outrages I IMIDN lime the house of com moi Mr Dill u mined tn adjourn in order tfjcitllatl n inn to the danger to the pub In p i t aiiMiM from the violent and un (i istituh mi! attion of the magistrate! an 1 n i f aslii 1 inil lippeiarv Hi i-liilliiimi i Mi IJilfotu to give the reasons win tin lippimrj meeting was proclaim id Hi id his intention to address all the pi lelaiincd meetings he possiblj could II tin fuees against them were toi sti h< nould advise the people to dis peisi axoid bloodshed He denounce! the police for attacking n peaceful meet- IUK 
                            

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