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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VOU VIII. NINE KILLED AI NO. 3.300. FARGO. '1'CKBDAY AFTKKNOON, JULY 8. 1890. TWO CKNIS PAUNCEFOTE DENIES IT. He fee u Seven Children Dead in a Coal Bin. WHOLE BLOU.S A. FMHengCT Tmln olBo Blown fioiii tl.e Iritik but Ho One Wan Jnjui urther Details of the North Uikotu tjilone (i X 1> Jill} S tuinadu struck this town and the surroundingeountrj at -83U oHjluek Mondav morning, thirty five minutes p irty wrecking and damaging foitj buildings, sweeping Northern mitjlkv-laatj-ipress tram of nine _coaches aud three slelpTrs-fremi the track and injuring nineteen people people were killed outright Ihe sform path was about sutj miles wide ending BtteenTiiltES ea.il of rargo I be wind first began to blow from the south but sudden ly shifted to the northwest and m a very time was blowup a.-hnrxirnae 3-'he three electric light towers weie uncm blown rlowu, leaving the citj in inkv darkness that was relieved only by vivi'l flnihc-H of lightning The frightened inhabitants were aroused from their sleep and lights were shining from windows all over the eity, but out- Bide there was nothing but darknes and tempcDt, and nothing ould be hnt the of the wind and the crash Jng of flying debris By oileiek people were hurrying in every direction to aseer- tain the atnnnnt- of damage dona Seven Children Dead __----- Some appalling discoveries were soon made, the saddest being the death of seven children of the late Capt James MI Car thy, who died onl) a few weeks ago Ihe children, who were at homt with their mother, sought safety m the coal bin, where they were all crushed to death Mrs. McCarthy is not expected to live Two unknown tramps sleeping m a box __car were killed Wnole HldeltB ihe eleetnc light towers vverebKwu dowu whole blocks wire unroofed. Yerra'a Wigwam, McGill Co's ware houae, The Republican offict Kei nj block, battlewnt mi the Bankjjf "North Da- kota, the Chapln block Lxchang" Continental block and Manitoba freight house were unroofed and the Milwaukee depot blown down Uozcnn of bmall houses "were raized, and almost every plate glass window on Front street and Broadway was broken. The Jay Cooke hotel and Grand Pacific at Moorland were unroofed. A Train Blowu from the Truck. No 1 passenger train on the Vorthern Pacific going west had ju-st pulled out of the yard and had stopped at the Milwaukee The tram was up of three baggage cars, nine coaches and sleepers a parly of Chicago and Northwestern offi- cials in a private car and Supt McCabe's All of the coaches and the tender were blowu from the track, but no lives were lost The lights had been put out so that there was no fire or steam McCabe and the conductor, the brakeman porters acted very eoolly and calmed the frightened, who were sent back to the city in special coaches 1 he Northern Pa- cific repair and machine shops were dam the Helirlng Fure Fake July 8 A storj vis pub- lished in ashmgtou and In leading after noon papers m other pints of the e muti) Mondiy afternoon to the effect that the -ntxutiiitioi 8 bcitwouu lup ntuwut and tin British minister for a settlement of tin IMinng sea dilficultj had come to uu ubiupt elum, Hint J iljan Paunicfote, the repiesentatiyi of In r ma jestj s government had notilled Mi Bluiie that If the American revenue eutte rs scut d HI1J vessel ft) ing the British Hag the But inn now HIM tubliug at n tun i H L., wemld to reenpture the ves sil Ibis report eould u )t be euiitii iiieei at the. state department hit Julian Piuiice- fote the British minister in an mtuview yyith a United Press repoite'r in regard to the published statement sail ilicie is abfeiiliitx 1} not the truth or even tit remotest foiineliirion for tin U rv he said that not onlj were the negotiations between Secretary Blame and himself still in progress but that all ludicdtmus pojjltsd te-4 und amicable adjintment of the diUieulty He did not know of the slightest impediment to a speedy solution of the problem "The story said the immstei f.om the fact that Seeretari B'ame is out of the cit> and hia absence was food foi such a conjecture It was generally understood between us how- ever that I should join Mr Blame at Bar Harbor and continue our conference there It was my intention to leave W ashmgton todaj for Magnolia, Mass which is only 3 short distance from Bai Hnlbul bat find that business will not permit I shall certunly gn on Thursdajr The fact that the treasury department hao ortlemd rcvniiTiifrers to catch poach Ing Canadian sealers the minister said does not figure at all in the matters If matters had reached such a crisu tho mm ister thought it ery improbable that the United States government would bend such small craft to defend anticipated resistance from British men-of war FOR A MESS OF POTAGE. Louisiana, Like Esau, Has Sold Her Birthright. THE WORK OF CONGRESS vod Governor LoutB Ihuii Biros ZucLolK i tHi Itenioans the Shauie of p null Out li... Alie.ul la's Honor Is More nil lit Sajn NEWS IN BRIEF Carefully worth, the_ freight depota of- the Great Northern and the Milwaukee rnftda were demolished, several churches were badl) wiecked inrl other buildings more or less damaged The total damage wrought in the cit) is estimated at about The .Killed and Injured. The killed and injured are t Seven children of J M aged from to 20 years killed Two unknown tramps killed L., St Paul slightly out on hand and Anjfur, Addlson Paulouse City Wash face cut OrlffltK Mrs 0 R., Miles Citj Moot, badly Helm c. R, Ellensburp W ash knee badlv cut, Lw, Albert, express messenger not seriously hurt Munn, R. C Milwaukee arm bruised shoulde! sprained Winning, George A., Mil IrnM out McCable, pllss, Jamestown, Nr D inkle sprained McCarthy I M arm ftnrl hrnben, recovery doubtful. Menn, 0 A., St Louis temple bruised Montgomery Victor Chicago scalp wound Kordstrom Mrs tendons of 11st i ut ftrdy, Warren u vlee u. Roct Rlchte, John baggage master cut in head Roundtree, J F leg injured Sportsman, Ben, colored porter badly Injured la back ThnmpgoD Bertha Chicago brut L raDouTElp Thompson, R. 8 Chicago, collar bone broken, legs bruised Thompson Mrs R S scalp wound. Description of I'Wgo Fargo is the county seat of Cass county, N and lies on the Red river of the north, directly opposite Moorhead, Minn It has a population of some 8 000 and is a substantially built, flourishing'city, the ffietrupolisof farming t ountv... It_i8 one of the prmeipal stations on the north eru pacific west of Minneapolis The sur- country is very flat Woman and Child Burned WEST RU.DV.E, X H, July "I E WbttieZm 'Wia III hamm took fire by the overturning of an oil stove The only occupants at the time were a Mrs Base and Mr Wetherbee's jonngest child Ihe flames ignited the ehild s dress and Vie little one was burned to deatli In at tempting to save the child Mrs Huse was so severely burned that she died Freih Tlpi from the Culled _ Cal McCarthy announces his acceptance rfthTT prupuiliuu 01 the Pelican club, London which has offered a 000 purse for a fight between McCarthy and Creorge Dixoti, the colored pugilist. Stevenson Archer ex state treasurer uf Maryland, pleaded guilt) to the charge of embezzlement of state funds, and was sen fenced to the penitontlurj for five yearn _ Notice of appeal in the case of Fish, the Canandaigua (V Y murderer results in postponement of his death bv eleetricitj was filed for the week beginning lulylJ Editor Pickett, of Memphis, Tenn savs disfranthisement of the negro is a more prominent issue in the south than the tariff Dr Braun and other clergymen at New ork state that lir Burtsell s appeal to Home was on a teehnicalitj, but that he will finally ubej the detUlOU Of the pope Gen Porter has issued an order at the ,tute camp at Peekskill, N Y forbidding the soldiers going to the Canteen a saloon erected just outside the boundary of the camp Mr Richard Croker leader of Tammany hall has engaged a berth on the steam ship Columbia of the Hamburg Amen ,_an line, which sails on July 17 Mr t-rok-er yvill -be occompnnled iy .Mrs. fro ter aud other members of his family ihe Middle States Regatta association ns decideel to hold the annual regatta Vug ii and 7, over the Passaic cinrsp Irue bills of indictment been found ignnst George feilcoxand GeorgianaPark r whose relations at Philadelphia and have been subjected to so much lotoriety Angry Newfoundlanders. NT July 8 The Vewfound and papers continue to denounce the iinilus vivendt and the support of the n m h claims by British officers. The St lohns Herald, m a long article, asks if it s constitutional for the British naval and mlitan forces to intervene and set aside he regular operation of law under the uiouml government, been done In .impelling the lobster canning factories 0 close The paper compares James Hiurl jwho refused to close his factory, to Hampdcu and that Sii Baldyvln >Valker, bj his illegal act In closing the tai tones, has gone a step too far, and the vim pie set by Batrd will doubtless be bv the other factory owners _llns s erjsis, and. England _ _jsjll hnAjihat the peopl" nf the Lnow how to maintain rights will rise as one man to resist oppression Klllghtl of Pythias Wrecked. K VMv Ills July 8 the Knights >f Pi Unas excursion tram on the Illinois I'intril railroid, composed of fourteen narhes bringing excursionists from dif eteiit points' of the south bound for the Mihv inkee encampment, reached Man- teno a pin in the switch came out after four eo iches had passed and derailed ten i o tches One coach was turned completely ver The killed and injured are J Cruwder of Henderson, Ky instantly killed F W Feague, East St Louis, hurt In bick, Capt W H Citv, Kj right leg fractured, Charlea iiunU, tif Shelbyville, Ills hurt on shoul- p ill July (joveruor MI (1 the lotterj bill In a au uiiptnvmg tho veto the gov- ernor bajs th it tho pers steut efforts to present I 111-1 ina as a pauper unable by and through In i u legitimate resources in I uij jut the duties of her statth 1 ait uttulj without foundation, aud thuujie suite juid different parishes of the stile "ire niver bmce the betttr eunditioii thin thej are today- moving f i w aril to an era of prosperity The I) ilk Shallow of Disgrace. "Suddenly, the governor, "the dark sha i of a deep disgr ice is thrown Bel CMS then path and tic honor of Louisi ana m untuned in the past on the field and in the e nine 1 bj the patriotism and the baenfiees r! her sons, living and dead, 13 to be tiriiHbi 1 for ever her position among htr states to be tested, not by what she been exalted and justly in the dust as the degenerate partner in a gambling corporation, de- signed and to be earned eat, not for hei good or her advancement, but, as 1 nav-c nrforc-said for tie personal and selfish inU sts of a h indful of men, many of them comic rtul with the darkest days of the period Sold f 11 a of Potage "Irept.it it i-, for them and to them we are selling out ur birthright for a mess of pottag h i ire the six unnamed men who are ti j in fth a seventh and known one, to constitute the new lottery com- pany' H crims it that we are not in- formed is t tl ur identity, and enabled to know their i itieeleuts and fix their rec- there i- a yvorld of meaning m their trifling affairs of life men seek t) fchej How eomis it tl at m a matter of this im- portance the w to close its eyes and moveblindlj in the dark' I call upon it to pause bef re it t ikes step and pli tins state into untold trouble Is theu nothing significant in the which tin- b II h is passed "The eia t thirds vote in each house, and n thi i_ h significant in twelve votes of the he use ind four of the votes In the senate by that majority was reached Is the future foreshadowed? To me it m etrtamly is A irning In Clarion Tones. "I say to this general assembly in all earnestness that should this measure be pnqqpd wn will npnn a pprlod of strife such a.s h is nev er been seen before in Louisi mi and should this contemplated Corruption ever be formed we will enter upon an eri of tonuption anel degradation beside which the era of reconstruction will appear as eine of honor happiness And let sav to you that should this measure be adopted and carried ont, in my opinion no grod will ever come of the- monev vvhicli we will receive as the price of our hone anel eTur liberty Fxtrava- gance profligacj and corruption will as- suredlj follow the receipt as night follows day I feel satisfied that the effect of the id iptiein of this measure will be that while fie six mill tax would be kept up, there will be an immediate fall ing off in the legislative -appropriations for chintable and other purposes for which this m nev will have been directed to be applied and a correspond- ing increase of the application of the gen- eral fund to the payment of the interest bearing debt Sold Into Perpetual Slavery. "I believe that every possible outstand ing claim agunst the state, valid or in valid, now rated as safe of payment by the state or otherwise be first depreciated, and while so depreciated skillfully bought up, to be by subsequent judicious legisla- tion and provided for either through funding operation or otherwise, and that the reduction on one side will be followed bv an increase on the other "In other words, I believe that at the end of tvvent) five years vvewiH not only find constitution il bonds outstanding to the limit; of the-fttndmg luw, bat I Tariff legislation Temporarily 1 In the The Shipping Julj 8 Ihe Stl te bv a vote of 23 U) re fused to take uj f i taritl bill This means merul} a post) in raeiit for the purposa of euiiside ring the i anil harlwr bill thwneok U Clap- ping bills were then debated Mr K said that he) agreed most yi 111 the purpose of building up again the u leon tile-marine of tho I uitedSmt'i 1 1 he did not agree with the policy of the pending bills 1 he I nited   thelmted States, u tint one instance if forbidding the usi I vessels nnder the Amexlui.ii th i tie not built in thp Luiied States, 7B jielded the floor temporarily anil Mr Mitr man presented the conferente r "ilvw bill Tne election bill lanu propi I U] il n 11 U) ilk si HI the fill iy In plttit f Ll sebum loeal ij Ilil i I, I'l [i nil lU 1 yvitn Uie t II-1 si ai it lace fae il j I I tr Ulift inilg the with ill Us maehltu rv i I n-> ll luting with I uknu I tie Insist 1 11 w rl 1 If the) 1 II M IKin of 1 i II I U tl i )uei_rn I ikt Ih' e[ rt on the l mi l D ulass I li 111 il nil itl ll is ,il ly s MR ail in 1 yv ml 1 not lit 1 the p >pula t l niefting Fit vv rrh tl c ma} or- tl t pulu e take a ill ti pi ve that mi i reit raft I uu Haft I Inly a I hi h hums 1) I e try was having tl s eit> fi nn Ji.hu B rwtiiit up bj the AIBAN1, July RepresenFinve knIT goods manufacturers of the state met here to form a trust, mcluling- all the knit goods establishments at Little Falls, Am anil Cohoes capital m to be i'i.OOO.OOO The meeting to upon a plan of consolidation PUWiJLH Absolutely Puie. i of r baHngpowder. High of all In leavening ttrength U. 8, Qov- Beport, August British Guns In Behrlne Sea. War pule which is expected to arrive dally at B C and be ready for any mergenej in BehJtug sea, is a powerful class- armored vessel of tons, irrying ten guns and Rear Admiral Hotham, C B The Nymphe, Daphne and atconirjany the flags-hip, ire all twin screw sloops of six, eight "and" ten guns respectively So this new fleet brings thirty six guns on the scene in ad- dition to the Amphion and Champion, al- ready there Cui.tiActor Sualfh Victorlotn- ALBAVT, July 8 general term has reversed the order of the lower courts in the case of the people against Contractor John bnaith and ex Superintendent of Pub lie Buildings Charles B Andrews, and vacated with costs the order of arrest the upon were each out in bail The action was to recover damages alleged to have been sustained by the state through con spiracy in connection with the notorious assembly celling scandal Pitcher Green Snapcndetli Pirn ADEIPIIIA, July Green, of the Athletic Baseball club has been BUS pcmled by President Penny packer Green, it is said, asketl for his leTW" but waK given no satisfaction Man ax< r Miarsig fully intended to take Green west but hi of his poor work in the box on baturdiy decided to Itriko his name from tile list Cold, rough, coffln Is whut philosophers term "a logical sequence One very liable To fo low the other; bnt by coring the eold With a aose of Ayer'i Cherry Pectoral the conch will be stopped and the coffln not Hooded believe there will be an additional immense "ifitergst whmh by that tlrne will hay e beelTacknpwledged and provided fur its to ii te eSt but not 
                            

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