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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VOL. VIII. NO. 23G4. rKKNTON, SATURDAY AFTKKNOON, JiLY 1890. TWO GKN'IB DEAlH AT DARTMOUlH, Five Hundred People Hurled Into the Water FOLK BODIth BttlS 10UND Myriads of Men, M mneu ami Children for Life at the I oot of a Ferrj W aim i Jl r i thu The names of those whose bodies have thus far been recovered are Miss Bessie, daughter of Edward .Foster JP-eter Boyle, a Crimean v eteran Miss Allie daughter of Michael Sj nott, and John Bundy a col ored bo> THE DUNBAR INQUEST Robert Lang Held Responsible Pnbllo Feeling Against the Verdict. DLMSAB Pa July 12 coroner's jury in the ca.se of the Hill Farm mine dis- aster hav e rendered the following verdict Daniel Shearm came to while in the discharge of his duty M fire boss in the Hill F irm mine on June 16 1890, by afterdamp a smoke caused by an jt-hy -f win opening a drill hole m an unlawful manner under directions and by order of Bobert Lang superintendent and that said Hobert T ing is criminally responsible in causing the death of said Daniel Shearm "David .Hay came to his death while in the discharge of his duty in trying" to res cue his son in the Hill Farm mine on June 16 1810 b} bnugsuffoCalcd with afterdamp find smoke caused by an explosion of gal by John Kervviq opening a drill hole in an unlawful manner under direction and by the order of Robert Lang, superintendent, and that w e believe said Robert Lang- is cnmmallj responsible in causing the death of said David Hay The public feeling is against the verdict The laboring people say the blame should -Bot b" Inl 1 op Mr 1 nrifr who hnn nlwityft boss fn'Hifnl m his duties in looking after "the safety and welfare ot IiisTlupluju ood- that a similar mistake was liable to be Stances ftlortheftrt "Was OCEAN GHOVE N I July Some- thing of a sensation was caused here last night by the report tint William G More- head at one time a partner in the banking house of Jij Cooke Co had mysten onsly disappeared from his colt ige at this plare Ihe truth of the affair is that Mr Moithead, vvlo is well auvanced in years liad left his cottage for a walk and having lost his ,j to retuin at the expect- ed time, bulmcnluall} tufned vip safe and sound Mr Morehe id, barring the natural infirmities of his SO yeais is in Ins uamd health POWUEfl Absolutely Pure. A enun of tartsr baUrg powder. High Mt of nil in leavening strtngth U. 8, QOT STANLEY A BENEDICT The Fnmoux Ezplurri s M to Mlsr li mi mi IOMKJN July U 1 ji u tuna it ntu feuied that tl i i i n r i., t 1 h itr St in Ity find Miss Dul Hh) ILIIIIUUI f pointed T i tod en iltl n I t ikt i lactf uu n out f Mr S l s lllluss 1 U ais 1 up- j v HI 1 lit folinila t 1 u I t 0 D Ink j i n iinct-d ll( ti 11 U tin s HIM tli tt attack til Mr iuiilej m Uu a It is ol an nbstin ite th ir u lir ft n il jitsliU M n slowly to hull) the 1 iir lutenst pain uud sought i !nf in et forced bleep i his morning be sotninhftt better and altbongl lit Htlll TTtak and in con sideraltle p un lit ts ill ttrn nel tj the ten i perforn t 1 at the appointed Uuie Attioatt of JVfnttt Llie talented wonmn of his i boite re married at tHtiinnster in tbe j rtacnee of a tbroiiK lit church was crowded with notables an 1 hundreds ol people thronged the Mtiuit) to catth a glimpse of the touple Tht received by the distia guihhed euuple were numerous rare and HtMn M treatment MIS H M expensive Queen sent a mmia turt hkenthn of htrmlf set m diamonds Acconipanv tug the uift vv is an autograpt letter highly eulogistic of Mr Tn Id -rjf wishing the re r a ha] pv wedded life The Prince of d w is rtprc-entcd bj a Urge, famil} Bil le verv made tianvvblth c u! 1 be m re pie is- n g to the explorer or ecmld more, strongly dem nstr lie the mice h tatt and G 1 douraud a phonograph of won Hcifnl t i ti >n It was i resent at the viidding and eonseeiucutlv will be able to re peit tbe well ome ff the bellh the swell Hm notes of tbe organ the voices of the t r ir the 1 ingii ige of the marriage con tritt and the names of tbe signers thereto watch which tells tne time m a nuniber ol the large cities of the world at the same moment Ihe men who were with him in last gre it journe) also ex hibiteji tin ir love lud admiration m gifts NEWS IN BRIEF (resit Tips from tlu> Wires Cirofully Culled The presi lent has approved the legis- lative executive and judiciar} appropna n i II National bank of Engle- w i! N I tipitil has been au tl t to commence business I lit Cramps h ive their ship b nldniK firm under the name of tramp fcojs Ihe n n firm will be cap- it ilize 1 at aOO 000 or J4 000 000 the stock being taken m New lork and Philadel plna The Election Bill Flcht WASHINGTON July the caucus of Republican senators Thursday night a committee vvns appointed consisting of Senators Ajdnch bheiman and Ingalls members of the committee on rules, and Senators Hoar, Frye Moody and Spooner, t i take uneler tonsideiation thequestionof n line the senate rules so as to limit debate on theTeflCTSl blil-lf it, ir taken uj) by the senate this committee is in session toclav Speculation on the possible action of the is is very ujjoious Republic in senators are divided in their opinions borne of them do nol believe that the change in the rules which it IH conceded is a necessarj preliminary to the igp "f the Ull vnll to in the caTicus The majority of the senators present at the caucus favoi sut h a change and a great many Republi e in senators were ven positive that thn federal election bill will be pissed The Democratic members of the senate? expiest the confident belief that the bill will not lie tilicn up In this vngiie condition subject must remain until another caucus is held Contrai t Laborers Must Go Back PHIL Juli t I in 1 fiom Antwerp and were detained on us[ u nm of being" nupoftfiil under contract to 1 ibor were examined before the laboi n pettm and it was found that they came me under contract to work for Van it-lit for M per week and board They i ill I e sent back Vanreceht made contra HI iv stittments and finally tried to ribe the inspector with to let the men I mil He has it is said, imported cigar- linkers before An Insnne Matt 8 Horrible Deed N N H Julvl2-At il n I1 Kvin Holt a milkman while in mi took his aged father arren Holt rom n sick bed and pounded his head to a I Ih 11 the hearth He then bally in ]iire 1 bis mother and aunt Sev i ral of the were also injure 1 while trying to restrain the m wiac Liter reports say t'lit Holt died shortly after the tuiiblc poiindmg he received Coroner Holt deemed an inquist unnei ss irv Fd was taken to the Ooneoid Insane as} him Many DenthR fiom Diphtheria HAIIFAX, N S, July from "ft Tohns N F say thi( there hive been '071 cases of diphtheria and WI deaths mice, tlw outbreak of the epidemic The lisease is now tinder conn til s i coi rut New Mnrkftinen Hi Iillj 12-InFiidij s rifle com pet-it 1 ulc ofNtw Yoil  and volumes of burning oil deluged the forward part of the steam. BL The force. the explosion sn great that nearly all the big wholesale houses for blocks around shattered and the report tmctly he ird sev eral miles aw ay Fire Tuffs to the Rescue The tugs m the vicinity started theii whistles and in very short time the fira boats Gej ser and Chicago were throwing a flood of water on tho burning boat crowd rushed to the river banks and docks, bridges approaches and streets were soon thronged with humanity, a crushing seeth Ing crowd unaware or careless of danger, jamming every vantage The clang of cngraca resounded through the ntieeU A general alarm had been turned m, and soon of water from the en gines and fire tugs were pouring into tht hold of the big iron boat through the gap Ing hole amidship, from which the flamei poured m a torrent of fire i. ffht Stevedores Dead After an hour s hard fighting the Samel were extinguished When the explosion took pla e tiLjit colored were al work in the 1 old Two were regulating the loads sent up and two were stationed at the hat hwav above All of these meD undoubtedl) perished The Cause of the Disaster George Houge of Buffalo the second en gineer is at a loss to account for the explo- sion Tbe lamps had just been lighted and taken to tl e bold and probably ignited the volatile gas from the oil thai had escaped from the ctsks Vincent Kirbj one of the on .the bgat atljjp time said that when the explosion took place he was standing at the far end of the boat, and upon renaming his presence of mind he ran to the scene and there found one of the men wl o had been engaged m unload Ing freight with his head between twn DfAniB He had been Instantly killed Over Fifteen Killed As soon as the debris can be removed it is believed the list of killed will swell to over, fifteen Several of the officers of the boat are missing Capt. Phelps was fork urrate enough to escape without a scratch ThpTinta which was one o{ the laraest between Buffalo and Chicago, is badly wrecked, her upper works being nearly blown away anei her woodwork badly burned b e was a double bottom steel steamer du feet long of 3000 tons, and was built in Buffalo m 1885 at a cost oi Three Bodies Recovered At 10 the fire was BO far under control that the search for the victims of the ex plosion was begun Three bodies were soon brought out blackened and mangled They vveit apparent 7 of an fortunate members of the steamer's crew caught aboard at the time of the explo- sion W he.n the explosion occurred there were betvv een ten and fifteen men in the fantail of the boat, while scores of others were forward. There were also several stevedores on the dock and in the ware- houses Bridge Tender Gaynor at the Randolph, street bridge, less than a hun- dred feet away saw a man whirling up- ward Into the air m the midst of a tre- mendous mass of blazing wreckage poor fellow fell into the river, but was res- cued and cared for So far as at present known the names of the killed are as follows Alexander Hciiiy A Colored stevedore BraretoD James a colored stevedore Cherry J hn a eoloror otovcdoro Collins Jo'cph, a colored stevedore. Cutnbart "William a member of the crevr Hftiy Chaiies second engineer Lester A lezander a colored stevedore. Levalle Charles a member of tbe Lewis John a colored stevedore. Lewis Ttiuraas a colored stevedore Neile John white the head stevedore. Palmer V> illam a porter on the boat Po'k QvlvitTiA s eolored stevedore Porter, Ilium, a culored stevedore. Smith An i ew a colored stevedore Smith Perrv a colored stevedore Weatherbpu n Henry a colored stevedore. The Terribly Wounded The won nded who were terribly mangled, were as follows Halllday n a Colored stevedore McDonald William A Frightful Scene In the Hold The scene in the hold when the firemen had sufficiently subdued the flames to fsroo an ontinnoa win mokoomg 3-ie tbe.dend Jjad literally tan, Upvyt to pieces and their arms, legs and heads could be seen mixed up in the debris and floating in the water Three or four of the dead were blown from the hold on to the dock and were mangled so their remains bore no resemblance whatever to human ity Two men were found clinging to bar rels their death clutch being BO firm that it was with difficulty they were unloos ened The First Mate's Theory First "Vtate Jackson who was amidships at the time the explosion is per haps the best informed man regarding the cause o' the accident and the losses He said 1 had just come from the hold, where the explosion ucmmd, think I can account for it 1 here wi re some 300 barrels of oil m the hold and behind them a lot of waste There were a number of bales uf mei chandise piled up In front of the oil and these were to be unloaded My theory la that when thest bales were taken down for unloading 01 at least some of them the fumes or gas from tbe oil which hud been leaking rnshe 1 out and was set on fire by the flnme in the lanterns of the steve- dores A Porter with Light It la said W illlam Palmer n porter on the vessel went down mlo tho bold Just before the explosion carrying a lighted lamp and was never seen afteivvaid It was at first reported that the boiler had blown up but this A. A Phelps the cap- tain indignantly denUd Of the crew of twenty five men but civo are missing and these are the dead The Inestimable value ol Aver H flarnapa rllla as a b] >od pnrifler shniiltl be known to every wife and mother It corrects IrreKii larltlen, giver tone and strength to the vital organs and cleanups the system of all impu- rities. lust medicine, VICTORY FOR BURGESS Bl f ttie re- apuctive pria a vvtrt us -r i-it cta-ci schooners Merlin, J h jura 1 ites 23 seconds In this i i tt was second the Oenone tl rl i 1 the Majflovtr fourth Forty til f tera- 1 helm i 2 h jurs 4j minutes 4 st on Is prize In the forty fojt r tl iss the Gossoon w n and iu the thin f ntr class the Shark vv is v K torious II el ib started on its annual truise toda) toll witii, is an account f tie threat raeu tch cutter Mm r i tiun tl her first defeat in these water I 1 iv and Burgess win a notable v tt.ii tha Meilm Ihe Eastern I was favi led w ith a stead} in bieeze audaprttt) smooth sea 1 start was made t ff Half W aj rock at 11 i m Ihe Oentiue Merlin H 1 Sa leu were the first to tross the In c i the onlu named Ihe Sea lox was 1 IU handi uii ped bj getting to far fr i i line at the crossing The s n passed both the Merlin and Ilennne I 1 uvuy m the leatT life fcox n 1 slowly and did not show upas well as 1 t vear while the Meili i did better The Majftrtver held the leatH tic tci mark with the Merlin close it 11 r heels The Oenone and Sea Fox roun Ii 111 e mat k a few minutes later After r i 1 i g the outside mark the yathts w i dvvard work and here the Merl n M wed her speed She s on passed the 11 took a It a line, windward posit i wbltb she held t the finish The Mm 11 vver fell tn f nrtl ar 1 last place In the forty (he foot class tie rhelmo aad Altjft sturte 1 together at 11 il 11 On- the run to Hardmt, s Ledge tin did the best work and rounded the turn forty seconds al a 1 i f the Iheln a The ihel ma, hovv.ev.er sbnwpd the better work- nn the beat hone and finished a winner at 2 lj 49 the Alga not crossing the hue until 25219 The fortj footers m which tl e greatest interest of the day tentere 1 st irttd at 11 JO The Pappoose was fir t v r the line the Gossoon crossing atlM 13 the Minerva at 113035 and the ent at 11 il n Ihe Pippoose held the let! until Tinkers Isl ind was reuchel v hin the Gossoon passe 1 her as did als the Miner va and m turn lie (jossoon showed skillful handling au 1 turuel the outer mark at 1 03 A the Mlntrv i russmg at 1 04 10 entura at 1 04 30 an 1 1" q poose at 1 06 05 On the be it home the G jssnon showed the Mini rv a her old tricks lea 1 i tl t pro- npKsirm ind her astern, d jpiie nil her maneuvering to el ise the t, q Ihe entura anl f U bo "hTnd the Gossoon finished "m easy" winner The race between the thl-tv f rs was a very prett) one Ihe Hawk wi tie first away b) about fourteen seen 1 1 it the bhark developed suip isinff i tnrk the lead and see ned to fairly I the water Ihe Haw k soon cauj t the but was umble to do more tl in keep the distance letvveen the boats fr 11 11 reas ing 1 he Shark came in tw o le ahead V ELL DRILLED KNIGHTS The Avrard of Prizes at i MltWAUREE Wis luly Knight" of fttlnas have a Ij mrned In the prize drill the awards were as follows tirst pnze 81 000 awarded to H istings div ision No 19 of Hastings Mitl Capt A D Nickern percentage Second pme, Erie division N) 1 of Erie Kan Capt E G Fletcher i ercentage 9J 43 Ihird prizt Austin livision No 14, of Amsterdam c i G A Clark percentage 88 12 Fourth r ze SoOO New Alban) division No lo f New Vlbanv Capt II M Cooper t rcentsge S7 37 Fifth prize Grand Kipids division No 6 Capt James Biv percent ige 8712 Sixth _pri7e, tort Dearhorn division 1 of Chicago L ipt C Peck percentage 8687 Seventh prize Mancy division }No IS uf Indianapolis Capi Charles J Mancj i rcentage 8.131 Eighth prize Red Cruss division No 4 of St Louis Capt J S Schick per centage 80 70 The other divisions isto 11 us follows Ab- bott division No 2 till River Mass, Capt. David Fuller percentage 7973 Sag inaw division No o Sagimiw Mich Capt C B Ireton percentage 7840 Augusta division No 20 Aug ista Ira. Capt A J Renke percentage 772- Special pri7es_to the best division comman ler Knights of Pjlhiaa priie valcled at J100 A D NlcA eia, of rTi-stmgs Battalion drill prizes were as follows First prize 100 II Imois battalion No 10 First regiment Col Thomas Young average percentage, 71 Indiana battalion lirst regiment, Col B A Rlthdrlson average percent- 'age 68 The Rpecuil prize of tlOO to the division traveling the longest distance from Its home "shortest railroad route to Milwaukee vvius awarded to the Abbott division No 1 of Fall River Mass Lincoln div is on No 15 of Illinois was awar led the r txemplifitation of" ritualistic work btf re, the snprtuie lodge 1 he was The awar Is gave geneial satisfaction arid each one was greeted with applause Gen Halse} standing at the foot of the Jtmeaiv monument hpn led com mander a certified check for the full amount of his prize the week's exercispj closed last night with a grand band con eeflOt flf T P of Minneapolis, at tho Exposition building The supreme lodge will not finish its work until the end ol next week M M I 'i "t N nil ile I 111 Ihe diadl k in th I t cf tie s K tt i tl I k i t i J t ift t tw U i I 11 1, th n i i it I d i r I d ir k f M i M r v k wi 111 n f i ur M Kl il i i f r ill u v u s i i rLSts al 1 v i I 11 L l til) I ll v i ll U I 1 l u i t n i V s 1 Ilit Sul I li Pn I i 1 u M H irl i mini T i i 1 t-r ol tl I I I 1 s ide He v l 1 1 1 i blau ai I t ik x l I 111 s If in flt i I i I I 1 i v t-ii l tut.-au 1 I ih l -ilii iii i a i 111 i u I t I 1 I fros s n t 1 i II I II I i laj m I r is e to h ll t it li t t 1 t i nov n Hi 1 i l i> i N I i I l II tor i.nt-t- t in ir nm ti 111 thr Br d I I t in 41 i L I i I i Nt v jjort I 1 P esct t tl f t m THE AMATIVE ND NUTRITIOUS JUICfe UF T E FIGS OF CALIFORNIA, Combined ni'h the iTiediciml of phnts kn to le most buic.fii.nl to the huiii'iu forming an ana ef ctue 1 ixatnt to perma nent'> cure H ibitu 1 Consti pation ind the n itn ills de pending on a or inactne ondition of tiw KIDNEYS, LIVER UNO BOWELS. It s t mo t ex e! ent ren ed kno vn to "LEANSE THESISTEM EFFECTUALLY hen i I r Co aled PURE BLOOD, REFRESHING SLEEP, HEALTH and STRENGTH NATURALLY FO LOW en one is using; it and all are delighted it ASK YOUR DRUOQ ST FOR rSM SCO CAL int The lareest of TRFAM CHO OLATEs guarantor! to be the finest made in the L s will be ft und at ANGKT.Q CAMERA'S Fine Confectionery Store, 2CSSOuTi-f Fancy Fruits Ice f renrn Water Ice Creim S( das Ml k Shakpi lemonale Ac alwuvfl on hand autl the and nade 1 hese art. lactp Prices u m enl ent (or all Latest Novelties LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S Parasols At almost First Cost Prices along with a new arrival of all styles Sun Umbrellas for ihe hot weather, one of which Sun Umbrel las every lady should huve Also a new arrival of new Emtroideries and Floancings of the veiy fi iest material and workmanship at snch prices as are below anything ever heard of Again, we have received another big lot of those beaut f 11 bildren s Hats and Capj for the sale of which we have euch a wide reputation as thi Go to Walllsifor a Cblld a Hat and it will look twiLO as handsome again just on ac connf of thfc stylish- Itat1 Juat received three cases more of our famous Fast Color to lory and many Nov Makes the lives of miny pcoplo miserable, causing dlstiuMs jiftbr citing sour h auh, sick lieidache heartburn loss ot appotlto, a faint, all gone' feeling taste, coated tongue, and Irregularity ol DiStreSS the bowels Dyspepsia does After not ept Tt _ reciuiros careful attention Eating and a remedy like Hiods Snrsiiiarllli which wts gently, yet efficiently It tones tho stonnch regulates the diges- tion, creates a good Sick petite binlshea heidirhe Jj u and refreshes tho mind Headache I hive been troubled with dyspepsia I Ind but little appetite ind what I did eat lj i_ distressed mo, or did mo if Rood After eating I bum would hiM a flint or tlrnd all gone loellng, as thooKh I had not eaten My tl-oublO wn aggravated by my business painting last 8our spring I toik Hoods Sar e. saparllla which did mo an OtOiliach immenso amount of good It gave mo an and my fo id relished and satlsfle 1 the crinlng I had previously experienced" GKORGK A PAGE, Watcrlown, Mass. Hood's Garsaparilla Pol 11 y all druggtati f 1 six for ffe Proparod only by C I HOOD A CO Apothecaries Lowoll Maas, 100 Doses One Dollar I .1 I r i, OPPOSITE I ITY HALL N B Onr goods arc positively warranted very best CAPT. BEST SERIAL, of the Social of our Army. I WO SOI KS, b Nuw Running IN i Ml-'; I'AI'i U ON PAGE FOUR. A i Umbrella and Vallne Bmporinm Youmann Oeleb-ated Spring N his AMFRICAN OLOldlNQ TAILORTOG 00. h. woald not h.v.Ttd j i' hnw _l._.M_.i n. __ j- .1 TJ Ills MAN G 00. h. would not hv. .d how mnnh wind th ongh hu BE8I TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING At mnrli 1 Our KlUt 8AMPLP K RCOAT8 J9J9, Jiia, flS -nd smd out BAM HI F HuITS. a, JH, for 88 for P.nfa, OLOTHINQ MADE TO ORnrR. I. Tiwt csumtry d A M m i i (J A. "N OUT FOR BARGAINS We have purchased The store North of us and intend to build on the two lots lire lincsl Store in ircnlon! w ao RliADY-MADIi CLOTHING! c i c x :MKHCiliANr TAILORING i- GRFHNF PRINT AND PROSPERI" Jli! fc ?5QISf, 11N G i i i 11 i i i r "t T t OF EVERY DCNE AT SHORT NOTICE AT REASONABLE PRICES i i TIMES P HlNT STKWAET HAMMOND BUSINH8S KOI.I.KCJI-: YOUNG LADIES GENUFMIfN In IMMKIJIAIJS EFF10IKM 9EKVICE in OOUNTING-KOOM ITS AKK KXPKKIKNCKI1 KIJUCATOKS, SUCCKSSKUT. CAFART.K, KNRKGwrlC WOKKKRS. NO HM An EKING, NO NON NO NON8KN8S in ite OOURSi. OF TRAINING Modern Ttiflhing, IndiTidnsl Attention, fnotoiy Progrin V The Shorthand Department Offen< the vtry hut focilitin for ikiU in Statiogiaphr RAPID AND SUCCESSFUL PROGRESS aaARANTPPF) Motaieg, Aftbaooi Eftni.g in Shoithund n, N. J. BEGINS MONDA.X, 3d, THOMAfl J Box 5a7, .T f- t i- 1O 12 Sonth Oroeno Stront. Advertise I YOUR "WANTS" IN THK 'a 56   

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