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Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey ftniim J imetf. I VOU VIII. NO. iHEDAYVVtCELEBRAlE CKBNTON, SATUKDAY AFTKKNOON, JULY 5. 1890. TWO How It Was Observed at Vari- ous Places THE USOAL CHOP OP ACCIDtNTS. i yir.tnon In New luinmany Hall Cele- The Day at Iloslcm, London Portland Me uiid 1 Uewhere July IK 114th anniver of the Anipnt in 1 iratlc n of Inde- pendence was celebrated in the customary manner here At sunrise the na'ioual Mug's were hoisted ovci the van parts amid the boouiiiiiLOf cannon and a saho. from the few warships in the harbjr All business was entirel) suspended and the" municipal and public and many Of the private dwellings wore M'5-'i dtuw- -.bodwitLfl Ba uuii iHiating- morn inn set in with a drizzling ralu but the was bright and clear All boats and trains to the seaside and Inland holiday resorts were crowded to utmost Itj At the bulls of the various clubs and societies patriotic speeches were made and national muslo discoursed to enthusiastic audiences Flren, AccldenU and usual large number of 1? ourth of July accidents and small tires occurred, the fliemen aud arnbuTauee surgeons had a busy day Many people suffered quite-serious injuries from premature ex plosions bullet wounds etc Ihree mur helped to make the du> interesting Patriotic Tamilian) Hull IbeSociety-of limmmj thn day in their hall on lourtecnth street Among the prominent members of the society present were HJ or Grant Richard Becarder John L> New man, Abram B lappan and others Among the guests were Governor Biggs of Delaware Congress man Springer of Laruth and W C Breckiuridge, of Kentucky S Hoi man, of Indiana McAdoo of New Jersey Wilkinson of Louisiana McMillan of Tennessee Allen of Mississippi Spmola MrCarthy Cummings Dunphy ruruei and Fitch of New York Major Cleveland of Jersey City and manj more The dec of mdependence was read by George B McClellan sou of the distin gushed general who was received with hwrty applause Che first of the long talks was given bytheHon William D Bjnuni of Jndi ana, who fiercely attacked Speaker (otters of regret were received from Grover Cleveland, David B Hill aud many others Phelps and President Hanlson BERI IN July 5 American riflemen a brilliant banquet at the kaiserhof Among the guests were Minister Phelps and wife Walter Danirosoh and ex Controller John Jay Kiiox, the leading residents and anumberof noted Mr Phelps speaking to the toast to Prwldent Harrison, said that President ruled richest and strongest notion on the globe, 1 rom his lofty sta- ttan saw more clearly thin any one else tto fi'H owoop ot meredib'" He kept his poise, rugged and fiiui as waahlnglon shunning the tempting-paths of popnlanty, keeping the Puritan sim plioily of our father's days and hfn mg no t-piratton except to show that the man than his character was greater than success Festivities at "the Ilub BOSTON, July 5 were elaborate of the national holiday here in shape of countless picnics games, and entertainments John H itt of Nuwton, won the mile and a quarter sw im ming race on the Charles river lime, 1220 in the profeBioiml scull moo, three null in 15 Ten Eyck gud Tho fwwoaied working boat race professional, three miles was won by Teomer's crew comprising ippmpr Me Kay, D F and John Breen in 19 07 Ten Eyck's crew (Ten i.yek Joyce F Con ley and John second, in 20 04 Ezra S Allen made a balloon from tho common accompanied by Mr Rice of The Herald Ihe balloon landed safely half an hour later tatJhelsea. was celel oned way on the Capitol T Juty S Fourth uf was celebrated here in the usual old ,ed way The department buildings public offices were were all closed, and flags floated in profusion about town, For the first time the national colors floated tn honor ot Independence day ov er the dome of the capitol i i ICl OI raimillllh cue cuuim: 11 III It IS levctl the limn will O p 1 it 1 w ilowu dOO _ _ Day at Portland Me POUTIASU Mi Juh 5 Iheclt) of Port (1 i nv fljiilK U JU'l 4 in JlJttUl ui the Aimy ol t IB fotomac irie paraae was reviewedatl mtoln park by Gin Sherman Hon HttmillMll Hliilm i Devil B jllms Admiial dhtraidi Gen 1) tlerai 1 ill CM At the banquet of the Si ieh oTtlu-Poluiiiac ilen Horatio King an 1 otl era resp mdud ti toasts den King rx liuled Ins spi ech w it h a poem depicting tin i ris nt friendliness between the Blue ml tl e _ Killed by an rxplodlng Cannon O Jill) D Hy the sim of a small utnnon with which a parly were eili briting the day Daisy Brinbuie an S-uar old girl was struck on the he id with a of Iron (.risking her skull and scattering her biams osei the jut lit thur es Elkius had a hand t )i u off U aiuther time August 1 id ins left blown out and w w frightfully tmfned by s, uumuu Married im a ass, July Stow ell and is Lottie K Anderson (vere mar ned Jnl) 4 up in a ballo )n 10 000 people al the Fair grounds wltnPKSlng tic mpnf Ilfcv W W of Boston performed the ceremony Iheballooir which was in charge of Professor J K Allen sailed awa) to the north after rising and lauded safely in V> est Newbury at 6 JO p m Mr Bow en Twentieth Celebration. Ptris VM Conn July 5 the twentieth annual celebration of tho da) at VIr Henry f Hnweu country smt at was well attended A feature of the day s ex eieises was thejjathennij Ubsthcr large.! numbers of Sunda) school children from this plaee and numerous other towns 1n Massachusetts and Khoda Island benator Hawley aud others spoke Fatalities at Newark N J July 5 Storm -ftged under tue.fi-nca, at eiss Court street park w IB accident- all) shot in the abdomen b) a man practio i ig at a target Ihew und is fatal Frank Brown aged .25 ears was fatally injured b) the bursting of a cannon i he ent ro side of his faee was tom away b) the fragments of the Terrible Death of an BfAiiDSTows Ills Jul) Samuel Black made a b here Jul) 4 At the height of neirlv half a mile the balloon took fire and he had to jump before he was read) Ihe parachute had also taken fire and the poor feliow" fell Hi >ran piolably dead boforo ha struck the ground but when picked up h uar )11 son Robert 6mit i, word celebi it t, th FoiTrth of July by a upon the nvor iiPar here The "boat which Was a fl it bo it uas greatly overloaded ana tipped dnntcrousl) Ihe uo it Vtafl uverturned Ju audatream the overturned and the shouting men and the screaming wom- en and diildien were hurled into thewater. Thoinps tn who was a strong swimmer, resolutel) -seized his wife and baby and swam with them In safety to the shore. He had bareb reached terra his, little daughter Eliza screamed to him for aid Although greatly exhausted by his ef- 'Jorts In saMiif! I is wife and babe Thomp htroic example the eldei Smith i the In an ak> tempt to rescue his little daughter Pria- cilla wh was beatingthewater into foam abi jc hci in a frarmc eTu L to keejj afloat Smith ri idled her at last in an exhausted condition and the terror slflcSen child ar once clapped her little arms tightly about his neck Thui encumbered Smith was unable to make emcient use of his arms and a second later tne father s hoarse commands to child to rvliasi him and the child s screams, of terror w ere er silenced They, too, like Tl ompson and little Eliza .drosvi pfl f'Tspftd in each other s ai ms. The Four Bodies Recovered The two newly made widows were frantio with grief aud their waiting attracted A number f pe pie to the spot. After a lonjj search the boeues were recovered. Three Firemen Killed. ASTTLAND "Uis July firemen mot deatu m the burning of the ton' steamer Iron King and a portion of the. Colnmnns anrf Honlr ng coal pnmpany''fj dock I1 mr others w ere injured one prob- ably fatallv Ihe dead are George T Anton a merchant tailor and secretary oil the city fire department, who leaves a young wilow and two pretty babes Elias Bouchelt? leaves a widow and five young children Jack Prothei-atttuugC live through night He toci is married Plunged Into a Flaming Sea. An unknown man jumped thirty fiva feet down into a sea of flame and was cre- mated in sight of 600 people who wera IB help him "J uuiy firs started on the Iron KfnJ wbilp All that hoat H upper work and machinery were destroyed. While six firemen were holding a stream on the burning boat from a place on top oil the coal dock the flames leaped from the boat to an immense heap of blacksmiths' coal directl) under the firemen andater- nble cxplorfoa of coat gas followed A Desperate Leap for Life The men blinded by flames ran through it like sheep and jumped all in a heap td the dock torn feet below The money los ith his wife Mary, aged 80 years, at their residence in regard to their 8- months old daughter, Emily Lut7 drew a revolt. and shot his wife throe times in the left su1" and once in the left elbow in dieting prolnbly fatal wounds He then turned the wi ipon on himself and put two bullets in his Iclt breast, killing himself Instantly Original Package Agents SontOircd GlrARH Kan Inly 5 G Runse and M bite, agents for a Kans 13 City hqnoi store have been sentenced the district court to pay a flue of each and to bo confined the County jail fpi Sixty Tor mulntnlnltig allulSanU) In the shape of an original p ekago house A 930 000 Fire at Colnmbla Pa LAMUsiiK Pa Columbia mipany s works at Colombia; were binned partially In sirred No matter what may be the Ills yon bear from Indigestion dose of Ayers Cathartic Pills will ease yon without question Just try them once and be assured, they have much worse dyspeptics cured Ton 11 find then: nice and amply worth the After a Hvc Minutes Swim tho Rapldti Below Nlagtiia tallK tho D ir Ing Man from Michigan Coiduded lie Had Hid r nough for Un> NUGAIU is NT Y J h j ules the swimmer at 4 TO p m L 1 is fci t aud arms in the water and u L, ag ol by to the i eo( le on the bndj, si I ell into the rapids U the point wltie ules re- ceived the signal to Go the i c r Is try t but forms a series of e 11 i s and in stead of goitig out towards tl t enU-r has atemlenc) to 1 ring objects t sards the shore It Coul 1 be seen tl t Ues was making strenuous lu _iLuuJ_Iuto the m H lle of tho r making much headway ind was still t it down As he, passed ui dcr the msiou bridge he was treading water th his bod) well out Just hf-law the 11 he Struck some inrge breakers ami w is out of sight Tor an Instant As he came in sight he was within a few feet of a lir_ against which he was dashed balh bruis ing aud cutting his left knee an 1 i urting his foot But Tie passed over all risbt and could be seeil Bisimming a good struke Mad All He Wanted His effort to keep away fro n the rocks had used up a good deal of strength and finding that I p rouldjiot ouuinm the nver he swam to shore and was helped out on the rocks mg been in the water about He express 1 a will t< stait out again but it dent that he had had all he wai 1 fur one day at least and it require 1 bu little per suasion to induce him to .gua it up, Al- Ins tup was short it was a danger ous one Soules being the seeon 1 shimmer to swim that put f the rapids went through w th only swimming tights and lost his life Ken dall the powerful of the three went through with a life preserver but was taken ont exhausted I rom lies condl tion when taken out the chances are hac he gone the full distance he w nl 1 e been taken out at the whirlpool a corpse He came here fiom North Mu-kegon Mich where he claims to been em as a stationary engineer iRESNOj Cal L Jul) attempt wai made to rob the W ells Fargo ress cat while the train was standing at Tulureeounty The doors of tie car were opened to deliver express matt rwhenu man reached into the car i i pack flgp and attempted to make 1 it The messenger jumped from tl ir drew his pistol and compelled the tl ef to get Into the car The messenger tl cu sent fo -.tun iTTming Trr actable anc 1 ixitnt to pinna ueut1} cu L Ilibiludl Cuiiitl pation and the ills de ondittou of trie KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS. 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N B Oar gnnHs are positively warranted very best The Real Estate, Safe Deposit, Trust and Investment Co., !3G d. 23 "W ST TKKNTON, N J Transacts a general hanking business Allows interest on cash deposits, subject to check atsuht Bents boxes of variona s'zes in its nre and" bnrglar proof vanlto, the renter exclusively keeping the key AvU asagont-for collating rdnta and for pnrchase or sale of real estate Fiecutes trusts of every description, fts F-recntor, Administrator, Guardian, Trus tee, nto Loans money on mortgage aud lateral Agents for Cheque Bank of London, Cheques for sale good m all parts of the world. HUGH H. HAMILL, President HjcNKib T ITTI K, Vice President ABA F SKIEM Secretary BAKKEB GDMFKE JB, Treasurer WH i IAM G MOORE, Cashier s MAN HATi RnngKt hn panteof AMFRTP A NL AND TAILORING 00, nunld not havi how much tut wind wnutled th.oagh his tailg. We an clothing th. 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