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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VTTT. NO. A MYSlFKlOUS tilH. Something that Confounds the Rest Philosophical F-xpeits. TBEllCR ABE CUBED AND THE SCEPTIC LEFT TO BATUliUAY AH-rtillNOON, JUNK H. 1090. wO Some of the Marvels Poljpathic Medical Institute of Bnlon. TUB TBBNTON BRANCH KwiABLISHKD FOB THE BEST OF JUNE. The Opening June 16th at the American House Coniultatlou, Treatment for the KuUrely Fcee. For the purpose of extendlngthelr ready orld-wide popularity, the POLYPATmC TNgTlTOrP of 2 SIX IEEN PERSONS DEAD. the Fatal Work of a tucky Cloudburst. Ken- p p IJ vi street, Boston, wlll send their chief ifg physician, Obannlng A Holt, K- D, to their Trenton branch, the American Buiue, commencing June every iHTtharo- after for the balance or the month, where be will give to all those who desire such exam. Ination, advice and treatment at may be In- dicated In each Individual entirely, 400 of charge, thus giving sufferers from all of chronic rtisoases person aj Attention, and thereby all the advantages of this new system, wblch has worked cures In Boston and vicinity. Altnongh the time and expense to us In giving this free treatment wlfi cost us yet we foel that the number we shall treat will the cures we shall make so Varied, "W good we shall do will cover so large a Held, that the advertisement will be double what could be obtained with the expendltnreaf (U9JOQ In any other way. We also hope to brln% to the notice of all Invalids our Elegant Sanitarium, us well at our special system of practice All tbat we ask In retnrn Is that every patient treated will appoint thnnmelvja aeod'mHtoo of one to stale to all their friends the results obtained In their Individual naxes by the Jfolf patblo System. We earnestly Invite yon tocome, see and eTumlne for yourse f our institution, appli- ances, advantages and sndwlrtfl M taring chronic disease Have a mind of your own, do not listen to or heed the counsel of scepti- cal friends, or jealous physicians, who know nothing of us, or our system of treatment or means of cure, yet who never ICBB an oppor- tunity to misrepresent and to prejudice people against us. We are respon- sible to yon for what we represent, and If yon come and visit us and flnn that we have mis- represented In any particular our Institution, advantages or success, we wiH fund to yon all expenses of your trlpi -We court honest, sincere Investigation, have no secrets, and are only too glad to show all In- terested and candid people what we are doing for suffnrlng humanity. Read our last year's report and see if yon know or an institute or body of physicians with an experience eqnal to ours In our specialty Look at the figures! Our year's work. What the pby.l- olani have achieved the past ymr. The fol- lowing Is a brief synopsis of which have been treated by the foly- pathlo physicians during the your ourtl "fenc- ing Jannary 1, 1889 and ending 1, 1890. This does not Include for ment who were prononnoed by them f npura ble.orwhose cases were tofcen only.w requested, with a view to their but Is an accurate record, their books, of euros actually performed, guaranteed absolutely and implicitly co..oct fn evei? particular- Chronic Catarrh, Incipient Consumption, Chronic Bronchitis, Chronic Diarrhoea, Neuralgia, Nervous Prostration, Diabetes, Incipient Brlftht's Dlseaae, Tape Worms removed, Epilepsy or Fits, Children relieved of Stomanh and Pin worms, Tumors, Dropsy, without operation, Diseases of a delloite nature, 1081 fft Death c-.s, Polypus in War, Heart Disease, Bladder Disorders, Hemorrhoids or Pilei, Chronic Rheumatism, Obstinate Constipation, of Women, Operations for Cataract of Eye, Granulation of Lids, Cttfn Ryes Corrected, Miscellaneous Eye Troubles, Operations for Cancer, mi WO no 10OT 1920 10 82 84 A TRAIN RUNS INTO A W YSHOUT Inree of the Crew Were Dozen Persons Reported Bodies Have Been Creek Rose Two Feet Per Minute Ky, June Bull Cieek, six miles above here, two dark cloaca met and burst The creek jumped over its banks and swept like drift dwelling houses and their frightened occu panto. The stgne culvert on the Chesa- peake and Ohio over Mill creek ww washed out into the river, and about midnight, while the storm was at its height, the west bound freight train ran into a washout, causing a fearful wreck. Three Railroad Men Dead engine and nine cars were piled one upon top of another, almost out'of sight on the creek bottom The killed were Charles, brakeman Honaker, Morris, fireman Boadcap, C C engineer They were buried beneath the wreck and their bodies have not boon recovered Con- ductor W ti Watts and Brakeman W W 4 Love jumped from the hind car and es- caped unhurt The train was made up of thirty-two cars Nine carloads of shoes and buote for Louisville went dowu m the wreck. A fast wrecking tra-Vi, on the way to the scene, ran over Frank Scott, a colored employe, and killed him A Dozen Reported Drowned. About a dozen persons living on the of Bull creek are reported drowned 'Ihe following bodies have been found Kutler, Miss Bettie Teller, Julia Mrs Lucy Killer, two sons of Mrs Estler guggles, John, a well known fisheiman Into Handling Wood. The nineteen cars down in the washout were daubed into kindling wood The train the first section of freight No 33, drawii by engine Xo 154, which is one of the largest as well as finest engines on the road. The engine is now out of sight in quicksand The train was running over thirty miles per hour A little later an east bound mixed passenger team would have passed over the fatal culvert, when the loss of life would have bepn appalling Rose Two Feet Per Minute. James IT win had a portable sawmill lo- cated several hundred yards up Bull creek, above the railroad The clouds suddenly bursting roused a rapid rise in the creek, already badly swollen by the storm Farm- ers aay that the creek rose two feet per minute, and the water looked like a wall twenty feet high when it got to the rail- road "'I The sawmill was lifted from its fastenings and with over 100 big logs hurled violently against the railroad stone Culvert ihis is probably what caused it to give way Huge stones weighing several tona were carried by the creek long dis- fcujcoa Ihe creek rose two feet higher it has boen in forty years Pelted by the Hull .JKR, Pa., June 14. This section suffered KI from the storm of Wednes- day1, tne iSiWage from hail being especially Irj Gonpy, Rant and West Donegal, Mount Joy and JRapho townships, the town otEhilnbridge and the borough of Eli'a- rbettitowu Hail of immense size drivan with great force and broke dowu every tec thing in its way Oats, grain and bajraly be worth the harvesting, lursday at noon hailstones an at "ggBWere found under ranees and in rtoWted places where they had lain Vednesflay night Lightning caused trilled a lot 6f live stock Partial Paralysis, absolute cure, 66 H02 ..70. 179 r Fistula, Skin Dlsor-ae, .Asthma, Liver Complaint. Miscellaneous Kidney Troubles, Bororala, Gravel, Throat Disorders, Mlsoellaneoni disorders, hard to 1060 Making an average number of raccv'ally per week the past Tntt record, which Is open to the inspection of Interested, speaks tor Itself; The r--t boen the most of our experience, but: 1890 uotrank all its predecessors. Waaov tlftation, and are sat i "fled to have our cl or 'all on their oiyu merits. rolypathic Medical Institute, Occupying Entire Bloeir, Cor. E. Brooallae aid 3ti., -O j-l-OW, Ine work of the Stor.n The frfe canal'overflowed its banka In several places The track of the Auburn branch of the New York Central road was submerged, were delayed nine hours 'rhe ivkrn portion of Oneida, N T., jf subfrtrged and people were obliged to their homes in boats A wuhout on (he Borne, Waterlowu and West Camdeu, N Y, made it necessary to transfer paa. 1-tfBiS. .The Moravian church at Schoneck, Korthampton county, Pa, was struck by lightning Thursday night and the steeple THE BASEBALL WORLD. League. AtBiuOkrrn Brooklyn York hits Brooklyn HI Sew York 11 Errors Brooklyn 8 New York, Batteries Wehymg Attendance 1000 At Buffalo- Buffalo 190000010-9 Plttsburg 0 0 1 0 0 0 8 8-11 Base hits Buffalo 7, Pittsburg It Errors Buffalo B, Plttsbimr, 1 Batteries Keete and Muck, Maul and Quinn Attendance Ml At Cleveland 380000100-7 Chicago 10019418 z-11 hits Cleveland, la, Chicago 18 Errors Cleveland, 11 Chicago 6 Batteries King Farrell, and Snyder Attendance, National At Brooklyn- Brooklju 0008001" x-4 New York 000000050 B BVJ hits Brooklyn 8 York 8 Errorsi Brooklyn, S New York, 4. Butterlee Welch Carrutbera Busnong Attendance, At Qhiolnnarl 0000408 7 6v Cincinnati, 7, Olevtland 7 Olnc'nnitl 4, Cleveland, 4. Batteries Wads- worth and Zlmmer, Foreman and Baldwin At- tendance, American At Philadelphia A'bletlc Bruoklyn 100-000800 4 hits Brooklyn, 81 Athletic 9 Brron Atblotlc, 7, Brooklyn, 8 Batteries MoMfthon and Dally nnd Toy At Louisville Lonlaville J 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 8 Toledo 080001010-4 hits Louisville 8, Toledo 8 Errors LQbUrdle, 8 Toledo i Batteries Cushman Fhret and Ryan Atlantic AiMoclatlon. At 8, Baltimore, 8. Base bltg Wilmington, 8, Baltimore 6. Errors Wilmington, 8, Baltimore 0 Batteries Auder son and Corcoran, O'Hourke and Towusend At Jersey Cits 18 Hartford 4 hits Jersey City, 12 Hartford 5 Errors Jj. City, 2, Hartford, e Batteries Fl'7gerald and HurpIlT, Lj-ston and Hodgiuon At New Haven, 2, Worcester, 10 Bane hits New Haven, 6, Worcester 14 Er- rors New Havan i Worcester 1 Batteries Doran and Hofford, Stafford and Guinnassio At Newark-Newark, 4 Washington 1 bits Newark 4, Washington 5. Errors New- ark 1 Washington i. Rotterles Miller and Duffy Daniels and Bird AH other games postponed. The Regents A'nAni, N Y June regents of the University of the State of New York met last evening, when Chauncey M Da- pew was present for the first time There a prolonged meeting, at which in- ireaxes in salaries were gianted to some of the clerks Hobart college at Geneva was permitted to change its charter so as to per- mit the alumni to elect trustees The Devanx school at Suspension Bridge was absolute charter The question of exanmationa of medical students made compulsory under the new law wax taken up It was found the law read that must be examined in arithmetic, geography, English grammar, American orthography, English composition, elements of natural philosophy or an equiv- alent to these The board decided that any student would be eligible who has a certlfl of having successfully completed a year's course of study in any college or In- stitution under the regents' control or snp- etvlslont also-any student registered by the regents as havjng maintained a collegiate standard or a certificate of completion of tnroo years' course In any regent Insti- tute and having passed a satisfactory academic examination, or any student who ban a regent diploma, pans card of eight studies or a regent certificate in ten studies of any nature A New Kmplre State AiflASt.N Y, Jnne U The Saratoga and Placid railroad been mcor- tod by tha secretary of state The- is to begin at the southeasterly ter- mln-A of the Chatengay railroad In TTar- rolltowu, Fltnklin county, and run to Lake Placid, Ibsex county, a distance of ten miles. The capital stock is and tha'looorporAtors are B, Can- non, of York; James A Burden, of Troy; Smith M Weed, M F Parlfchurst, Weed, M L French, Fiarit B Smith, P B Palmer, Henry Da- vis, of Plattsbnrgh Smith Weed haa 750 Of stock, and Hlnman MIRACLES A l PIllSBURG 1 he Alleged Keiuarkable Cures of Father Molhnger THE BLIND SEE AND DEAF HEAR. Hore Capital Invested, Mure Than by any slmllur in.tltatlou or body of Physicians In America i IRENTON BRANCH, AMERICAN HOUSE. Where consultation, examination, treatment will be given falanee of the month Bonn-10 A M.toSP H. All offices of the Poly pathlo Institute closed on Sunday, and the last day In Trenton will beMon-iay, JoneaOth. A Mysterious Shooting Affair. PHII ADELFHIA, June 14. Shortly after 8 o'clock two pistol shots m rapid succes- sion were heard in the cellar of thfc dwell ing on Maple street beUfyv Several persons entered the place and found William Collina and Charles Deiiuer lying uil the floor dead Both men were about SO years of Collina had beuii shot through the right temple Deruier in the mouth 'Ihe police claim that Colling first killed Deruier and then Shot hi 't, Halo Indicted. MOKIUFAI, Junn L 11 1 ns brought in the court of (jiit'cn s I i h JL ridny afteruoon The grand jury n 11 n d n true bill agnmst Mm tor shooting i 1> mtint to kill and murder Halo pli 1 i not guilty Mr McGibbon, who iipp u clfoithn prmonm, the case ndjoiun d until furnished luul for hln 1 mnt, I was released until then to trial Alio" of f i nnr" of file1 f r hfi) r to I thill irnrh nriplo t r rl rllnirntR.nn I, of rnurpe.l( pfrlnnnin i followfl they hove lo Buffer thn conw "A stitch In time save nine." Solsville, Madtson connly, N Y, a mill, planing mill, baru and several were Washed away, an was also V it 8f lumber reservoir, which supplies Amaterdam, N. Y, is higher than ever be Should it give way there would be a jtyaatar, the basin is eight miles fnmferente. At Anderson, oi pnr, C'aip, 19, employed an a boat hand, was struck by lightning Ihursday and killed. body was badly and the ahoen were tom from his A terrific thunder ntorm passed over Point Pleasant Thursday tight. The resi- dence Ortley Peorce struck by lightning. His two daughters Were  H, aiaistant passenger agent of th< i   work from to per day for pair heating, to  atlon at ive years' standing to The Wonderful Stories Told by the Pa- tients Who Have Experienced Relief at the Physician's Bands A Paralytlo Who Can Daneo The T-anne Walk. PmMii no, June ever} aeUion of the country the maimed, halt and blind assembled Friday on Troy hill Allegheny, to celebrate St Anthony's day and receive health and blessing at the shrine of Father Mollinger the all healing priest By noon there were at least people present The scenes in and around the church were impressive and pathetic The knelt on every available spot. Many per- sons had slept all night on the church step! and under a big shed in the church yard Father Mollinger, standing on the stone steps, blessed the assembly before he cele- brated high mnas There were women with sick babies, and lame blind and ailing people whose every movement one oi pain One lady, 70 years of age, had tome all the way from Nebraska to be cured of spinal disease Several Alleged Cnres. Some have been here for several daj s are reporting cures Their stories are as follows Mrs Howard, of Brooklyn, "Ihave been blind for three years I have tried almost every known remedy without bene- fit I have been here now four days and can read today Mrs John Hanner, of Bridgeport, O said I had cancer for years Several phj siuaus tried in vain to cure me One year ago I came to Father Molhnger and he parti illy cured me I have been here now threi days and go home today entirely cured so far as 1 can tell John Lanon of the M estern part of Mary laud had a pam about the heart until he came here, three years ago, and he says he is now cured Mamie Crane, 11 years old, of Sharon, Pa could not distinguish objects until re- cently, now her sight is all right A news- papei was handed her and she read it with out hesitation A Paralytic who Can Dance. Mrs Sarah McCallm, of Beck's Run, nejr this, city, said I have boon partially for ten years One year ago duy I uune here and WM I been here three dajs and am entirely cuied and could dance a jig John Ihompson, who lives near Louis- ville, Ky said "I have been unable to walk for five jears One week ago I came here and waq carried into the church on a streti her hile I am not entirely cured, I can walk, and have no doubt I will be entirely restored in a short time The Deaf Hear. Mrs John Morrison, of Butler, Pa., could hear nothing until her arrival, three days ago, and she says she can now hear quite plainly Mr T Coriway, of Barton, Md said "1 had bronchitis for four years and no physician could help me I have been un. der Father Mollmger's care for three days and believe he bus entirely cured me Mrs Hackman, of Teutopohs, Ills said! "I am not of the same faith as Father Mollinger, but my friends persuaded to come here and try his medicines anrj treatment I had great faith in him bo cause he had helped some of my friends, I was entirely deaf for ten years I havt been here for four days and can hear per- fectly now Be Charges Nothing. Father Mollinger does not claim miraculous powers, but is a firm believer in faith coupled with work He U a phy.t clan and reads hunwu nature with wonder- ful accuracy These qualifications, coupled with the unbounded faith of his seem to enable him to accomplish noqder- ful results if all tbat is claimed is to be bt lieved Many claim to have been uured merely by receiving his blessing, Father Mollinger always prefers to patients stay a few days and receive medi- cines as well as prayers lie makes no charges for his but his coffers are always well filled Whole hatfnla of quarters, half dollars, dollars and even five dollar bills were taken up during tM rlay Ihe Cheyenne Bnmors Exaggerated. HELENA, Mon June reports of threatened hostilities in eastern Montana are largely sensational Accounts received, here implicate the Cheyennes in depreda- tions on cattle herds There haa been no murder since May 6, when Robert Fergu- son, foreman of the Ramsay Cattle com- pany, was killed by the Cheyennoa His murderers are in Jail at Miles City awaiting trial Recent movements of a band of Cheyennes led to the belief that they wen making ready to go on the warpath, but the military authorities took prompt meas- ures toL checu the outbreak if meditated The opinion here is that there will be nn conflict and that the Cheyennes will be kept in control without bloodshed. lure His i if 1 tuwctl he had never had any conversation with Col Sanderson with regard to elevatul rotJn, never bad any conversation at all at Mooru a office and the alleged 1100 000 interview jiever took place An Original Package PlirSBUMij June I he jury In the fase of Charlta Siherrnan the Lce r laws win h 11 atKittanlng Armstrong county ruikml their verdict as follows ll Mult) of Belling without license "v coml u t guilty of selling to minors Ihinl of selling to persons of known inttmptr ate habits This Is generally reKarileil us a victory for original package Jialurs tu Penusyhanla. Umbrella and Investigating the Fisl} WASHINGTON June 14 stnafKcom mittee on iisli and nylitries have h Investigation authorized by tin resolution into the conduct of tin the fish commission Anumlxrof uewif paper correspondents were examined m re lation to the publication which had stated that Mr McDonald, the flsh commissioner bad filled the office with hj rolatnes, etc They all declined to give thu ijurces o' their information Two Doctors lu Trouble. BUFFALO, June Minnie Ellin abortion case was continued in court and after adjournment Coroner 1 ucker swore out a wariant against McUill and Baker charging them witli abortion A few minutes after Dr McGill was ariestud at his office and shortly afterwards Dr Baker surrendered himself to the police They were both locked up at police head quarters to await further Tncendiary Fire at Plttsburg PliiSBURQ, June 14 Incendiary fire originating in John Homer M stable on Sec ond avenue at 1J 30 o'clock resulted in thu burning of property valued at about 111 000 Seven buildings were destroyed or badly damaged, the most valuable being the large office of the Elba Iron works George Chambers of doubtful character Was arrested on suspicion of having kin ames IN THE (Jill. tod Spring Blylcc now on Sale. IIATTHK, 16 State SLroot. STMWAHT Eqoipl YOUNG LADlHrt COuwiiiTO ROOM AKK! KIJUCATOKS, WOKKrCRS. NO BMATlKRINO, NO NO NOwSHfJHE la its OF 1'HAmiNO. Modem M.thods, Bnoc -fol Tf-ihing, l.diridn.1 Att.ntion, Rrf- Prog. The Shorthand Department Offers the very facilities for acquiring it-ill in SbiKhjiiphy. RAPID AINU PEOGRrMP, dJARAMFKn. Aft.uVtf nd 01- BHoms ad. J. U1KWART, BOX Kfl, V, N. J. 1O and 12 Booth Groone Street, TklMMINCS AND I Absolutely Pure. A cream of tartar baking powder Hlg eat of ill in leavening strength U 8. Oov- Beport, August 17, 1889. CAMKKA'S CONFM7110KJSBT, ITU Superfine Cream Chocolatas a specially. An liumnnag mnertment of Cachuus, Lozen- B, Urupa, Ouugh Candies, Not Candies, Car- MUturw Penny Goods, Turkish Freveh French Globes, etc. Prlo.jimodu.te. of Trimmings, No- Fanuy Goods, Hosiery. Glovei and Underwear ever before in this oily, comrlntlni? of almost every- thing that gau to make np t flrut-clw store, such as Jewelry Chenille Oj .laments, fancy M6 SOU I'M BBOAH 8TREKT, BBOAD 6TEF.K-T BANK. TO CAMKHA, PBOP "For n lonr-tlmo I had no appetite, was repticsi nnd very much debilitated. Aflir twoImttles of Ayer sBarsaparllla ......_______ ___ my ntrcngth ami appetite returned, and my gniifi They Instil on Root health waa completely M. and are pure to get It Fisher, Oittego, N. Y. i i MIIH originate, the unprincipled onntcrfelt ne.ver haa the true ring I 111, -niilue Wlile-kitake people refnse to The Scandal BOSTON, Jnne 14 The elevated road bribery Investigation euullfaiued. Lobbyist Hagar reiterated bis denial rela- tive to the alleged offer of for bribery purposes Frederick J1 Hntchin- son, Dr Moore's counsel, coiroborated Dr. Moore's testimony and said he had often seen Hagar in Moore's office HaKar serted he had never scon Hutchinnon bo OUUOI U! A It that Irppurity of the blood which n.islghtly lumps or swellings In' the neck) Which causes running tout on the legs, or feet, which develops ulMi, in the eyes, ears, or nose, often causing blindness or deafness; which Ii the origin of pimples, ing upon the Itiugs, consumption it lithe most ancient of an few poisons are entirely It I low Can It be By tsklng Hood's by the remarkable cures It Mt pruren Itself to be poteut vd pofc.n'v medicine for this If you tcrofnla, fey Hood's Saistpurtlla. "Ktoij spring my and children been troubled with KrOfnln, my UttK three yean old, being a tenlble spring he was one mus of sore. bead to feet We all took Hood's all have been cured of the little boy Is free from MJIS, aij four of my children look bright tmtuy." Hood's fl.iteforfl ff by 61 The Istaiitnoveltiesont in Ladles' ind Children's fant-coloied, best hud, among which plene vote following famomj, ibsolntely 'vtdytg: JTheY.6 F the the and Gloria Dye, whinh nhsl- leiigo. the whole world for Its eqnal In qnsllly and extremely low prices. The prices are apdSf-o upwards. Ottr next novelty are new styles jtut ont in Children's Hate and to which we pmy special aludy, and always bad the name of selacting the piMlloit, handsomest avorl-nent of Infunti' and Children's Caps and Rats reduced to Bfe and upwards. uniamenn, irancy fringe, Fanvy Tidlfm, Buttons, Gimps, Collars, OnfTs, Embroideries, Felts, Powders, Soaps, Perfumes, Oombt, Nail and Tooth HT..IR n All the UMIng makes of Ov.aU Inclnding the celebrated 0. F. Cu, At Fuite for T and Ml All the most dexinble mtkei of for Qintl anfl Children Omela' Ralr, Hedicatad Bnarlet Natural Wool Merino Goods a foil and prlcM that wlll be ntdrfafltOr; to all G. i and "N. liroacl OL Fans I fans I Fans I All stylet made, along with Bnck- Pocket-books, Co.seta fine Cam- bric Underwear, Gauze Under weir, Blbbons, (Mores of eveiy descrip- tion, Ac. and flneUmbrellu is our gi-id qjtetaUf. we keep only the very ii t made Par-sols and fun along with Umbrellai and Are receiving aew styles at lower thu truly city price: look it be convinced. MAN Bought bin panto of the AMERICAN GlOlHirlQ AND TAILORING would not how mock the whistled throngh his We are clothi-g the Bots d thtt t BE8I IAILOR-MADE CLOU UNO te RAM W.F. Or fur I9JB9, wo, Ih 119, --4 SAMPT.K worth 913 aid fox HMdqnarS.i for BniU O.jcsti CIO'lHiNG i win ii 5 t tu d 1 wi'k, d right -lo-xg to Jo. 8 Cor. lJUOK OUT m HARGAINJ HALT. Ihe Real Safe Deposit, 'iiust and Invest-icnt Co., w j. 4. j. -j., N. 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