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Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey VTII. NO. 9313. TKBNTON, TUK0DAY Afl'rwJKNOON, JUNK 17. 1890. TWO DEAlHIN A COAL MINE. Frightful Work of an Explosion Near I unbar, Pa. THIRTY OiNE MEN WERE KILLED. r-yil W-n Igulted, by Patrick Hayes' and a Terrific Explosion Followed The Unfortunate Mluerti Wero Cut Off by the Flames and Perished. DUMB Pa., June IT miners have been killed by an explosion of gnu in tbe coul mines at Hill Farm, owned by tbe Dunbur Furnace company, and located one mile west of this place The explosion oc cuned at 10 90 a m The bodies of two of the unfortunates were taken out Thn others am still entombed in the mine, where a ftre Is raging Desperate ef- forts were made to clear the way to recover the bodies, but without avail A rescuing party of 100 men, bended by Mine Inspector Kelgley, of this district, spent many hours In the pit, but were able to rescue only the kv o bodies mentioned These men died from the force of the explosion and their Oodles were badly burned Their features were distorted and disfigured and could only be recognized by their clothes. itte Story of the Holocaust. Fifty-seven miners were at work about feet from the mouth of the slope when: the explosion occurred Near the point at which the heading started an air hole had been drilled recently Gas and water had accumulated in it A miner named Patrick Kerwm penetrated this air hole six inches in diameter with his pick, whereupon a strong stream of water gushed out. Ker- win alaruied sounded the danger signal Mis assistant, Patrick Hayes, started hur- riedly for the imp entrance, and had scarcely moved when the foul gas was' ignited from his lamp The explosion that followed was terrific What little air there was in the place drifted to the heading to the right of the main entrance Cut Off by the Flames. The fire followed swiftly and before the thirtyruiie men oould be alarmed all hope of escape was shut off b} the flames The twenty six men emplojed in the left head- Ing were notified of the danger in time to lave their lives, although their escape was thrilling and was accompanied by the wildest confusion At a point near where tne explosion occuried the bodies of Daniel Bheiran, fire boss, and id Ha} es v, ere Cound They had evidently attempted to escape through the flames A List of the Missing Men. Following is a fall list of the missing miners: Joseph Briguer, married Richard Briguer, Milt Ferney, married Barney Peter Eagan, 44 years old, Hobert McGuill, single, Martin Ciuauer, John Cope, married Andy Cope, his son, Pat Devlin, married, John Debanney, married, John Joy, mauled, John Debanney, Jr David Davis, married, Thomas Davis, his son, PatCahill, mairied, William Cahill, tingle, Pat Courtney, man led, John Court- his ton Dan South, ni.uried, James Shanru, single Danny Shearn, single, David Haji'-x, William Hayes, his son, James McCleary, married, Thomas Mc- Cleary, married, Elmer Dewey, single; Jo- seph Bigley, aged 30, leaves wife and two children, Barney Maust and Emannel flaunt and John Mitchell, aged 40, married Belatlves Slad, with Anguish, Thousands of people gathered at the mouth of the mines in thp afternoon. Among thun wi re tbe parents, chil- dren and sweethearts of the unfortunates, i.nd a strong guard of police was necessary U> prevent main of them mad with an- guish, from rlisl mi; into thg deadly hole wives, widowed by the horror, stood about HI clad and footed, lulling to sleep their babes in arms Mothers wrung their bauds and cried aloud for their boys, while children from eight to fifteen years of age hurried about, looking into the blackened fates of the escaped miners, in the hope of finding their fathers or brothers The Horror of Suspense. Their suffering was pitiable, and while the (fiiljliflrltieB of the company were exert- ing all their energies to recover the bodies the total absence of information regarding the fate of missing men made their dis- tress more severe, and moans and groans Went up unconsciously from many of the piijohed lips ID the unhappy crowd. These flpiihh uSke for the Uunbnr Fur- nace company. Georgn Parish, of Wilkes- bs ifrpffsldentofthecompuny. Samuel DicksouandJ C Bullitt, of Philadelphia, are among the heaviest stockholders The officers of the furnace company have been notified of the disaster and the au- thorities here have beeu instructed to do everything in their power to relieve the distress of those who have suffered by the Ihe Scottdale Boiling .Will Qompap? bare closed ,dowa their worVa Vnd sent all their employenito the rescue. Ihe loss by the firplosion cannot now be Hbcertained It will be heavy, however, and the owners are fearful that the works will have to be abandoned fh> Coke Region's Host Deadly Explosion. The explosioQ.wiw one of the most dis.as-. Irons and deadly fii the history of the coke region. In the disaster in 1888 twenty-three men Iqst their lives At Col. J M rUed's at this1 place two yean earlier, five msn were killed, while at the Youngstewu works, a year later, some fonr- itoen lives were lost This latest ealamlty tfcaa unnerved the cofcrUteulty and the In- habitants AM wild with excitement. me for Victims. Night never (ell on a gloomier scene than about tibe shaft of the mine Men, .women andrhilaren still'stood about, hop- ing hope, and DHjtfully, awfully silent Just, inpde.the manhole, holding In bis hand a fllcWinglauib, stood Father Molouy, with prayer In Hand 'reading thm "qeranmut to thennanen. unfortunates He not disturbed by the excited, earuest rushed ia lost Armfoll stftor armfoll of liny were carried in by the men to close off all possible escape of the fitsh air. The of the explosion spread rapidly to all the in the region. On all incoming (bdtors commenced to poor Into ;Many mine bosses stljtrin- ere Among then is a rarity in this region, and on iusount, if lor nothing else, the fiat int dlffter is all the more fearful. Prohlbltloulsts tirttADELPHlA, June ir-The executive committee of the Pmhibltion party met last night and changed the time of >mMHruj the state tonventlou nt Han rlsburg jtHfjinmlnation of n (or gov- Muor from July 15 ami 16 to Aug 20 and II. This was doup jt the request of fai mer delegates, who
he did for her pre eminence m the legiti mate drama It waa bluntly that AVTOVIO UAVARRO MABT AVDER80N. the did not possess a heart, but her accept- ance of young Natarro puts these pessim- ists to rout and shows conclusively that when the right man crossed her path, Miss Mary's Iceberg of indifference melted as readily as the similar indifference of any other young woman The marriage of Miss Vnderson and Mr Navarro occurred this morning at the Bromptonoratoiy in London The wedding was a very quiet affair there being no bridesmaids or best man, and no display Wliafever The only persons present be- sides the contracting parties were Dr Gnf- fen and his wife (the latter is the mother of the Joseph Anderson her brother, and his wife who is the daughter of T aw- rence Barrett Alfonso Navarro and the Hon Miss Lytton, daughter of the present British ambassador at Pat s The two latter witnessed the ceremony The ceremony was performed by Cardinal Manning The groom was clad in full dress and the bride v, ore a pretty walking costume For some reason Mme Navarro, who was the chaperone of Miss Anderson while traveling through the south of France did not attend She is at Koma After the ceremony the couple took the train for Dover, where they ill stop one night, thence proceed to Calais for Venice The couple intend to return to America in September and a residence in New York BALFOUR GIVEN THE LIE An Scene in the House of Com- mons LONDON, June 17 was an exciting scene in the house of commons last even Ing, growing out of a Parnelhte demand for an explanation on the part of Mr Bal four of the maltreatment of the people of New Tlpperivry by the police on the occa sion of the celebration of Mr O'Brien's mamage by parades, bonfires, etc Mr Balfour denied the charge that the people had been maltreated for celebrating Mr O'Brien's marriage or that they had been maltrated at all The police had extin- guished the bonfires, but only for the reason that pbstruoted the streets Gill and Clancy questioned Mr Balfour in regard to the system of "shad- uyvlng" prevalent in Ireland and asked how shadowing: would prevent boycotting Mr Balfour said that no one in Ireland had been shadowed unless he was engaged in intimidating others When intimida- tion ceased, he said, shadowing would be stopped Mr Balfour then alluded to the crimes which bad boon committed by the Irish, his remarks having the effect to iwperate the Parnellites Mr Dillon demanded in a violent man- ner an apology from Mr Balfour for the word "crime" and Mr Gill gave iKr the lie Gladstone chal- lenged Mr Balfour to prove his assertions that the Liberals bad engaged in, encour- aged or abetted crime Mr Balfuur then substituted the weirds "boycotting and in- timidation" for and on appeal to the speaker the subject was diopped To Escape the Whisky Trust's Yoke. NJ.W YOBK, June 17 forty of the largest wholesale liquor dealers of New Yoik Philadelphia met here to discuss ways anfl means of freeing themselves from the yoke of the whisky trust, espec- ially an regards the five cents per gallon rebate system, which, it is claimed, gives the trusti'thn perpetual use of about tl 500 000 of the dealers' money without interest, besides making the dealers a good deal of trouble in various ways About capital was represented at tbe meeting Some of those present favored a conference rflth the trdst, but more scoffed at thin idea an useless The sentiment of the ma- jority seemed to be in favor of building one or perhaps two distilleries to supply the requirements of an association to be formed by those present It ww finally dnddfid, however, to appoint a committee of ten to report a plan at a future meeting Peter McQuade was made chalnuan and J P Smith seeretaiy of the committee 'i'hey will meet Wednesday at 8 p m Immigrants Illegally Tended. NEW YOHK, June 17 Cunard steam- ship company is again in trouble On Snn- the officers of the company or their employes allowed the immigrants on the Etruria to land and go where they pleased Tn this way about a hundred immigrants landed without passing examination at the barge office, many of taking their baggage with them Many of those who went away were afterward found and ro- luriied to the barge office by men sent out to look (or them When a comparison of the registry books and the ship's manifest is completed it will be definitely knowii how many have landed exam- ination Hanamnlrer a Special Partner. Jnpe 17 preliminary Ban bssn for the reorgan- ization of the firm of Hood, Buuliright Go, to conduct a wholxiale dry goods and notion briatnosb The new firm is com- poood of Col. Thouiiu Q Hood, J J. Miller M, G. Fox, of the old firm of Hood, Bonbrigbt Co, W. W. Faulkrod and Barton F Blake Mr John Wanamaker becomes a special partner of the new Arm, contributing A Victim of Hydrophobia, NKWBimi PORT, Mass June 17 Freddie, the 7 year-old son of Charles Lang, died here, in terrible agony, of hydrophobia He was bitten in the fare several by a strange black and tan dog, hail been ill since Tnsf llinrnday. Hi r nt nlmnf tlieneeof flfty, lontall ti j fn tut t tlit proposed UK tht I f umkii t, u fnt If iu thp linpendfutc tariff I It sut, u IM Uu "I a fr B give to ctrtiiiti t >j trifs i tiee markt t f >r f Jfl 000000 of th ii ]i hit ts uhilelhe) are uot asked to open thur n artit at the frte Mdinisxiuii uf a BiiiKle dollar tf Rat pulitttt )iigtit tu hau in tvtlmit. In fi r tuigar frnu (eruli LourtrKH ifrtt in irket f r t retultitufTs aiid pro vhi) s ItHldib'.aii us fabrics from a I parts of our t unti) Iti sb it tu tn return for fret sugar a niarktt fur J6U 000 00 i or 000 Oou worthif u (wu procliKta It will iu t f recf[ rot tj tu.ities to semre this great booD tbe tariff bill tun t itiiu all the aetessary toudi tions Ha It iflslatue power Is able to hecure the desired en 1 last few years we have glveu tht tt uutiit, s nth f us free admission foi uearl> StiKWiiiH) rth of thuir produots with out reteuiut, a pounya In exchange If bo n w made >t free we shall have given to the Latu Ainerltantountrits freeadmisii u for 0 0 OH) uf their pmluita It is time I think to look out fur soine reupi ouil e are a very rich nation but nt t rich eno igh to on thit unequal baaia Sincerely j ours JAMFS O BLAINE. Col Ihomas n Treniper Dead ROMKH T N Y June Thomas H Trernptr died here June 16, aged >0 He wua proniint ntl) ideutihtd with busi Dess mtertsts the Hudson for many years HJUS piesident of the Irem per Steamboat tonipanj a member of the New Induce I1 and a di rector and in several local banks Ho was toiiui (ttil with the Masonic fra ternity and wHsulso a of the war of the relx Hum It Absolutely Pure. A cream of tartpr baking powder Hi gh est of all in leavening strength TJ 8 Gov- ernment Beport, August 17, 1880 ANGKT.O CAMKKA'S GENKBAL CONtJfitTIONEEY, Jr'jrtUXJ. J, 3STUJ.'S. Superfine Cream a specialty An immense assortment of ('actions, Lozen- ges, Drops, Cx neh Candles, Nat randies, Car amels, Mixtures, Penny Goods, Turkish Candies, French Creams, French Glaces, etc. Prices moderate 205 SOUIH BBOAD STRFjci, NEXT TO BBOAD STBElii' BANK. ANGELO CAMERA, 1 he latest novelties out in Ladies' ind Children's fast colored, boat quality hose, among which pleve note following famous, absolutely fast dyes TheY. 8 F, the Star, the Daisy and Gloria Dye, which chal- lenges the whole world for its equal In quail ly and extremely low prices Ihe reduced prices are 20 and 26c and upwards Onr next novelty are new styles just out in Children's Hats and Caps, to which we pay especial study, and always had the name of selecting the prettiest, handsomest assortment of Infants' and Children's Cap) and Hats. Handsome Hats reduced to 26c. and upwards. Fans I Fans Fans! All styles made, along with Buck- loo, Pocket-books, Corsets fine Cam- bric Underwear, Ganze Underwear, Blbbons, Gloves of every descrip- tion, Hitta, Parasols and fine Umbrel'ai Is our specialty. We keep only tbe very host made Parasols and Sun Umbrellas, along with Umbrellas, and are dally receiving new styles at lower than truly city prices. Look at them. Tall snd be convinced. W t -J i, OPP08IIJ5 CITY HALL The Real F-state, Safe Deposit, Trust and Investiiient Co., x -i x, IKHNTON, N. J. a general banking Allowi interest on cash deposits, subject to at sight. boxes of various t'tte In Its and barglar proof vaults, the renter erclnilvely kwplng the key. as agent for collecting rents and for purfth-'c or "a'e of real Zeolites truili of every deception, as Admlnl.trator, Guardian, Tius- Loans money on mortgage and uu col- lateral. Agents for Cheque Bank of London. Cheques for good In all parts of the woild. Hn8H H. Htmn, Piigldnt HuluT B. Li 1 1 Vice President. F. BtKiE> JR., Treiinrer. G. MOOBC, Ctihier. h H. H-mlll, T N. Gmnmeie, Jr., A H. H.S.TJttle, T, B.BMon, Edward Chant Hfo-nd 0. Hill. Umbrella and IN THE (JI1K, Celebrated Spring Styles now on Bale IIATTl-K, 16 StAts SUiOt. STMWAKT HAMMOND ,is Eqoipi YOUNG LAHIKS snd GFN u.KUfKw RF.RviOE in COUMlNG-fiOOM ITS A KM SUCCKSSFUT, CAFAKT.rC, TIC WOKKKKS. 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