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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VIII. KO. 9365. CHKJNTON, MONDAY An-rwKNOON, JULY 11. 1890. 0 rwO GKNT8 BIA Mill Over Two Humhed Uros Lost in Minnesota. A STEAMBOAT OVilETUKNED Orer a Hundred Ixcurslouists Mere owned. Over One Hundred Fifty Passenee" on lluurd ami thnn Xwejltjr- flve Clung to the Bottom of tlie trait nnd Were Accident Oc- curred Near Luke City, Minn Brutal Captain Iteftuei to (io tp the Reume With His Uesorts Near Bt. Paul Kttvaged by the Nar- row for Twin ing In the Path of the Cyclone. ST PAUL Minn July 14 terrible cycloae ymrwl the states of Mmuesota and Wisconsin Sunday afternoon and the death roll may amount to 200 Ihe resorts seem to have suffered most severely, owing to the fact that at this season they are thickly populated w ith Tisltors and summer residents, and the loss of life there Is appalling 1'ully fifty people are said to nave been killed at White Bear Lake, the most attractive and tlikkly populated ic.uil iu this vicinity Coleman'sl-Hke U also a favored resort for gity people and at least thirty men, women children were kffled there At Little Canda also a favorite resting place, the loss of life is to have bcnn tnlly as heavy as that at Coleman's lake At lake It is said that fifteen or twenty persons were killed. Lake Joanna has not large summer population, but the few there did not escape unharmed. live are reported killed thejre In.tuntly Killed. Fleven people were instantly killed at the small town of Vadnois, on the line of the St Paul and Duluth road six miles north of here, and the village wrecked Mot a building was left standing in asound condition, while a great majority of them were blowu to pieces, the inmates meeting their without warning The storm, it appears, passed into the State of Wisconsin In the vicinity of St Croix Falls, and this place hi reported as Having nattered somewhat nl Himfl thft The cottages of Messrs Schuriueier and good on i Jike Outvalue were totally de- Itroyed by the cyclone and five were killed and tan injured. The following parsons wore killed J H Schuiuieler O SUiu.ififflrn uf Qt Paul Rev Mr Phaefler of Brennan, Tel. Gnome Mlllor, of tbe First Nationol of Ulta city Bohuruieler'a driver unknown 'ine Injured are J H Sf hurmeler scalp wounds Chwley Good, serious Injury to scalp Mrs. Phatfler, shoulder broken Jfhomiui Btmard, not seriously Yn QeonreTIiner slightly iujd.od uuheul ffiofl Carrie HORS slight Injuries. Clark Haujcfr -bruised hip R. CKicxl, three scalp wounds and tojury to Mr Qenter and Mlsa Minnie Moss. Nothing Left Standing. Reports from outlying tow us show that the storm v Isited destruction upon many places While the central storm point waa it Lake Kohlman the wind was of the force of a hurricane over all of the territory uurXh of St Pa ul, It I, otk !u a-arkcd by ruin for a distance of fourteen miles Beginning at Lake Maccarron and pitend bag to I Vadnais the storiu left Dothing standing in tfie path Farm houses Were unroofed, all standing gram pros trated nnd trees uprooted The Storm at City LAKE CHI, Mlun July 14 What will probably prove to bo tho moot disastrous ayclone that has ever struck this commun- ity passed over the city at 5 o clock last ivenmg, inflicting loss of life of per- one or two nimdred people and Hnna Iglng property to the extent that at Win writing cannot be estimated. The cyclone Una preceded by au ordinary eleetrle storm -tbttodtr wuff Tuniblynjr" and flvld flashes uf llBhtuiug cleaving the heavens, the cyclone swept down upon take City with a frightful roar Houses Were unroofed and trees uprooted An Exounlon Boat Capsized. An excursion boat with over 150 people pn It was capsized m the middle of Lake Pepm The boat proved to be the steamer Sea Wing which came dowu the lake from Diamond Bluff, a small place about seven- wen miles north of here, on an excursion to the encampment of the First regiment, N G S. M which is being held a mile below tnis eity The boat was crowded to Its fullest capacity, about 150 men, women ind children from Red Wing and Diamond Blnff being on board and about fifty peo- ple on a barge winch was attached to the llde of the steamer When about opposite f jiEe City the boat began to feel the effects tney win an rtscuiu i i n isnore Amcint thi ill lull s who welt) bujughl tu the be i li b) sti UK swinrutrs About lift) people In all mtht balge Ibe events that tianbplre t on tin uucr ittir it sepaiate 1 frjin tlie iirt piob .ibly ck irlj reliU d bj ill SL who rtbcut I fi in it nl on' MU As boon as the it  11 LOiisui shine but it was found 1111 Jislblu to do so In HM minutes nore tbf waves beyui tii wash into the boat HU 1 filled the bwtrdetki and while tbe as large as hi in eggs (ami. djwu JQ tlie beads of the poor and helpliss citaturis who weie hu 1 lie 1 tofcith i HI tl i t p I pon the III Fated Steam i A hiifee stiuck the irufl on the side It the same mi mmt that a tirnlic blast of inoru- liurribH fnri.il c up and cm edtbir b all of the pu> le on I Ttr 1 loi) I'm re be ing thrown into tie untel s me being caught underni ith ai 1 olhlis tbiuwu into IheJjont. turin.1 J m up ward aud only ab jut twinU five people nuceei did in el in bi rinf, t 111 es of safety upon t hi mertnint t eraft N as a II ish of lightning lighted up the sur fan nf tl e b If tin sujit Jf nu oiuLMouaL vhlte drebS of a drowning worn lu or child wius obsen iljle it was im.JJsslble tor those wbu witnessed t'lb hoinblc sight to tend unj aid Ihose remaining begin calling for btlp from tbe shore as soon as the storm began to a! ate in t In half an hour lights W( re observe 1 flitting ab ut on the pier at Lake Ju-t is the few sur morswere bi ginning to hope th it they would be taken off, the boat tunic 1 over thin time on its bile ail agimall of the twenU (He ruim Ing i isbeuyers were hurled into the water Uf there su% Ural were drowued tapt Honardi TlrnlalllJ Uue mun the furms of two women wedged in between a stationary seat aud the side'f tlie bi lit both pale lu death As the lithtning gleams lit up their upturned f ices an jtlur niai s iw two little tirls fie Unit: past I im as he bun, with desperate eilorts t) the steumei 3 bide Half an hour after the of the storm jour repurtep went t j tl doi k where thl-atet hlbel as amholeel snfp from the sti rm hen I asked apt Howard if he was gJinf; out to the rescue he replied th it be was ui t ng U run his boatawa) from the nh jre nitil the imlica tions of aiiothir I IOK lung s'jrmhad He aKj su 1 that lie did not propose tj ruu tbe n-k of 1 I s boat in order to looV fui de id people out on tho lake Citizens of Lake City who heard Cupt Howards remarks wire most in their dfuuiiditiou cf the i s tiou he as odiiied in tbe face of the rt iteintnts made to bun tblt mean tbe havincttfjuilf a of taking the boat axva> from him by furee, but there were not i i to p it the plan into utiou an 1 other means ofrj-scue were to A Large List of the Killed Tn a few minutes a dozen or more row boats were manmdand put out from the uhore Ihe upturn' 1 ID it 'it last His- tbe twenty or uurt remaining people clmyng to the boaL weie res ult n At Lc int 1 0 Drowned of the IX) passengers which r un to en druwniid Is i t obtuiible at this writing A large i ijoiitv of them were women and chil 1'en th se being btmg nearly all s n mi n wbo were able to swim and ('mi; to the bo it ifter it had c ipsized On the return from the capsized boat with time or four people who bad been soiled one of the row bo its encountered twofl eieh with a life pre sener attache 1 to the n _ Later 1 ume bodies e been found HulHiil out I HE PAlHFINDER DEAD. Life Gen John C Fremont's Work Has Closed. A SIDDI N AND INEM'tUtl) t> 0 MOM He Was Apparently In Good Health Fri- day but Suitumbcd Sunday tp attack of Firltonltlt A Sketth of Got) Fre- mont J and Eventful Career Mw YolK Julj den John Charles Fremont died at bis residence No 49 est Tneutv fifth street, at o clock btiuday afternoon, July 13 II is death was sud den and uuerpect- ed, and resulted from an attack of peritonitis Dr Martin the patient, but waa unable to af- fuid- reHef gsnerul was out Friday, in ap- pare-utly good health Hii ion, who lives Slug Sing "i was notified of hb father'! illness but was unable to reach iN'ew York before death occurred Mrs liemont and bar daughter Fllza. beth are lu Ixis Angeles, Cal and another son Capt Fromont, U at Fnrt Snelling, Minn At the house last night were CoL Porter and Mri Porter, who was the gen- adopt' daughter Geti Fremont was 77 yearn and 6 months old yesterday Sketch of Hl> Life Gen John C Fremont, tho was born Jan 21, 1813, in Savannah, Ga, his father being a Irenchman who came to this couutrj and taught hia natna language as a means of support only 15 jtare of age joung Fre- mont entered the junior clnss of Charles- ton college whero he made great progress in mathematics In 1H3J accepted the position of teacher of mathematics ou board The sloop of wm JSatchoz and wont on a cruise to the coast of South America. After his return tw o years later, he passed an examination at Baltimore aud secured the position of professor of mathematics in tbe nmy He was appointed to the frigate Independence but soon determined to e -the Bt-a He surveyor, aud in 1837 joined Capt 'Vi illiams of army In a milltarv reconnolsance of tha Cherokee country in Georgia North Caro- lina Tennessee Jn and 1839 he explored with Capt Nicollet the coun- try treWee" Vfmiitii! and the British Hll Marriage to Jessie Henlon In 1838 President Van Buren commis- sioned him second lieutenant in the corps of topographical engineers In IW) while in he met Miss Jcsalo, daugh- Ur of Col Thomaa H Bcnton. then a oon ator from Missouri Tha lady's parent! objected to the match, and young Fremont was suddenly ordered to make an Axumi- nation of the Des Moines river on the western frontier He returned In 1S11 and secretly married Miss Benton His gurVejlng Feats In the welt. In the follow Ing year he projected a of the tvbnlp lTnited west oi Missouri river arrested and sent to Washington a prisoner to be tiled mutlnr Ho was found guilt) to bed nn ssed President Polk ipfuseJ U) eonUnu the Tsrdiet aud remitted the pcualu bit Ire mont resigned Ho nettled In C i if rnia, aud in IWJhb nas nl pjmtedcomi iss ui ei to ran a boundar) Hue between tl u L niti d btates and Mexico In the same )cur the California kgislitmi! unpointed H u uiie of its two senators He resitue 1 m m mmiouer and took hw seat lu tl u if i its lulWl Tlici session lifted thrw wicks aud rremont introduced twont) I s fi r tbe benefit of his state In thi sr c eke tiou of liemmt was beati u nfttr 14J ballotmgs became be was one f tl c lend era of the party which had ou sed the introduction of slaver) In IHoJ he went to I uropa whu Le wiis received with distinction In lk te ic turned to this countr) starting w It mi other expedition to tbiee routu from the Mississippi to the Picilu Hu reached California safely after a i 1 haul aud in 1855 he hie liu 1) wcut to New 'iork to live for PM-lil-m-jr About this time he was mem ned for the presidency aud at a Republi in con veuUou in Philadelphia was uju lated After a hot contest however, he wae beat- en by MT Buchanan Aftap-Wie lirt-akiug out of the war he was mude major gen- eral, >wd assigned to the command of vha western district On Aug 31 ISul hu Issued an order emancipating the slaves in his district This did not please the prcsl dtnt and In November ha was relievucl from his command Three months later ba was api inted commander of mountain forces 1 i irunla Kentucky and Tennessee 11 I'M J he fought at UIB battlo of Cross but when Gen Pope was placed In c inmand of the army In irglnla he resigned aud his resignation wsg a contention of Republicans, dHsitnfied with Mr Lincoln nominated htm for president He accepted It, Iml wlthJrcw In September of that year from publics affairs It was but a few weeks ago that congress passed a bill placing Fremont ou tbe re- tired list w ith the rank of major general drc u k f ea[ tur 1 af i n t IKteu to him ne 1 her He! I Ml ll ll Ni-n to urn is un t )te f 1 n 1 M tin nli I u n I nc ocllll I tl c duu'itt ll 1 111 t I ih II I He' li i 1 tM w I s .vlnle slt-tiMi st patient stitute i M a g u Ibe re un lei tl Ir l il i h i Viiili ish 14 il b h ml a i el 11 lit 1) w as 11 1 Is li) somu I Ij l Cllt S -1 l p i IsUlelon II! 11 nh) has i ui 1 w h t it la e 1 a t m ile rcl li tti illt i le HIM d Siiltfila MINM Mil n B Mucllei s r i v l-i mj uua ing com pnin I s nimitt i sieile He loaned L O K 11 ml Koessell ran away last week Ijn- is si[ posed to be tho cause us he oiei t4ie-ln giitltnle f The act Muollerwas worth in 1 1 u si rn h HOUSEHOLD WORDS ALL OVER EUROPE. BEST GOES FARTHESI." Now that its m inutacturers are drawing the attention of the t u in ubhc t and ever since its nut ntiuti, the of ill L is it will soon be appreciated hue as v, 11 ,is i Ise In. ic ill HOI the world All that the manufietur s ru) lest is siinph out' ll'Ull, or, still better a t inpira test with other cocoa it maybe tllcn AV Hi 11. N s COLO v tlf ill convince every one of its grt it snpi i It is be L uise of this superiority th it the 1 nirjisli i iper Htillh "Once tried used nr tit u of 1 made (Tee Mo otrantmtlr VAN HeH IFN S I II fn 111IMR ftl f l K bt j Umbrella and Emporium THE BASEBALL WORLD American AtTnlort _ _ Toledo 1 1 1 S 0 1 8 18 RochesKr 000010S18-0 Base hits TultJo 11 Rochester Errjrs Toledo 6 K Chester Batteries Healj aud Rudgsrs Lyona F tzgorald s.uj McOuli At Col in Coiiunbus Brooklyn S hits C lumbui II BrooMvn 3 J r rors Cuhinil u 4 UroeAhu 0 Ua t Cj Cham btrlaln and O counor Dally aud Pitt At 81 Loull- m Unix 00010411 0- T Athletic 00401000 8 liawe uitj ST ijuuw Ti athletic Bt Louli 4 o ijaitenci >cua Hart and He'Uahem and Rotj u At Loulstille- LoulsTlllo 400800000-4 Sj-facuse SOOIIOOOJIO Ixinvillo 7 Sjraciwt 11 I rjrt 7 ft Ratrwr flH i fffarst and Ryan Casey and O Atlantic Association. At Baltimcre 0 0 0 I 1 3 I 0 0-10 Rework 1 99001000-2 Base bits Baltimore 11 Newark Errors Baltimore 4 Newark Q Batteries German and Sullivan and Chllds. Bacardi of tbe Clubs. Then he received Infrac- __ "BrtxAlTH. 44 MT Passengers wild with Fifteen minutes later the storm waa at [tfi height, when the boat was nearmg Central Point about two miles above Lake City The steamer was at the mercy of which were now washing over her The passengers were wild with fear Finally the boat ran npon a bar, and the barge was cut loose, and the steamer again let adrift in the lake A number of those on the barge jumped and swam ashore Hurled Into the Lake w A? the barge also floated again into the fleep water on tho Darge saw the steamer as it as carried helplessly out into the middle of the lake, was capsized Those on the barge remained there until they were drifted nearer the shore and HWOLH Absolutely Puro. A tartn bating powder. High vt of ID U. 8. GOT- I Btport, A Close Call for the Twin Cities. MINVF Minn July H olis and St IJml almost by miracle es iped the ere eilect of a cyclone late umliu afternoon At 4_o'olock the funnel formed n fen miles north of Minneapolis ft then nboumled and came to earth again jib( ut miles further east nud rebound- ng again struck the vicinity of Coleman like milts from St Paul with an ntfnsitj tbnt uis terrific At this time ine top of the funnel as iteu from a tall bu Idmg in tins citv seemed fully two miles in cir umference L tU r a U ices indicate that at least twen tj jRople were killed at Colemin s Lake and perhaps as man) more at Little Can idu Ihe fituntl was photographed from the top of a hotel m this F A. during during tbe time it was wre iking destruction at Colenmu s Lake and ixcelknt obtained Martin's MurdererTfoiifesllesl. f sTBOiio Mnss July 14 Cruse, the proinbli nuiiderer of Frank Mirtin, b is m idi1 a full confession He stttea that r >bbery was the motive of tbe crime He VILS to been married liusday and h id no money He knew that I rank Mar tin luid a stun of monej lu hia poa ssion ind uneigled him to the fatil spot, i itending to IIHrely stun him and secure tho boon He bad formerly attempted to 4et (jillam and Harvey Gilmore out into the lots to look at some cattle, with einlcnth the sime motive Mnrtm Is still bit cannot live more than a few ia) s Intern il are crowding the hi ut out of place from the h.irloitou, Inlj nd fees to the Olmnirlc ntnto that there bppn tvholcsstle dcwrtioiis trnnr tho Toltcd Charliston All nit rulit of tbe dcsciters were retaken by natnes who wire hired to capture them lie K ulors charge that the disc iplme was to I bey say were kept below tlie decks the entire time that they were n it iieede 1 on de  cure Habituil Consti- pation and the main ills de- pending on a or inactue xindition of the KIDNEYS, LIVER MO BOWELS. IMS tl remedy known tS" 1LEANSE THZSISTEM Io s Of Constipated PURE BLOOD, REFRESHING SLEEP, HEALTH and STRENGTH NATIJRA I V Fni en one is using it and all are delighted it ACK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR 1 Celebrated Spring Styles now oh Sale HANUFACTLRED ONLY BY CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. Stn FRANCISCO, CAL. tomvtttf f KTVf fflffT H 1, Thejargest variety of SUPERFINE CKEAM CHOCOLATES guaranteed to-botbftlnesl _ made In the U 8 will be found at ANGKT.Q CAMKKA'S Fine Confectionery Store, 'Jills MAN Bought hid AMFRTCAN CLOIHING AND CO., would cot h.y. how mack whistltd thiangh hu UHi. olothivg 6071 with rut BE8I IAILOR-MADE CLOTHING At mnok 1; tkn pnc Our glut to MPT.R O V KRGOAT8 f 9.99, "d our HAMPI.F SUliti, 113, (13 "d fin Ckildno'i Kmu -Boiti d Ov; ULOTH1HG MADE TO ORTVFR. U b_t i. d -1 ngkt U i Cor. Wtrran St TRENTON N J fancy Bruits, Keeream aexm Cream Milk Shakes lemonade Ac always on hand and the best I hat can be had and made These are facts Prices conveni- ent lor all Latest .Novelties LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S lylish Parasols LOOK OUT FOR BARGAINS We have purchased the store North oi us and intend to build on the two lots l he lincsl Store in I re n Ion! 'Wl mnit gat rid of our itwk U do thin, thunfon, RliADY-MADIi CLOTHING. At almost First Cost Prices, along With now arrival of all styles-Sun UmbrnllM for the hot weather, one of which 8nn Umbrel- las every lady should have Also a new arrival of new Embroideries and Flouncmga of the very finest material and workmanship, at snch prices as are boluw anything ever hoard-of Again, we have received another big lot of those beautiful Children's Hats and Caps, for the sale of which we haye a wide reputation thu Go to Wallli' for a Child's Hat and it will look twice as handsome again just on ac- count of the stylish hat! Jnst received throe cases more of onr fauiuun Past Celor Hiwmry and many Nov- elties for the vacation time w'N I I 1 INJ C 1 f 1 C X lAUOHING OPPOSITE CITY HALL. N B Onr goods are positively warranted very best CAPT, KIM'S BEST SERIAL, A Story of tlio Social Life of our Army. 1WO SOIDII'KS, BE) to NORTH GREKNK STREET, II NOW Rnnnlnj IN ON PAGE FOUR. HAMMOND i1 YOUNG LADIES SFRVIOh IB COUNlING ITS EFFIOTENl KIlUCATOKS, KCIATJSTS, WOKKKKS. NO BMA1MERTNG, NO NON-EaSRNllALS, NO NONSKffSH in ito OOCE81. OF TRAINING Snoci fnl AtUntion, fMtorj Progi The Shorthand Hepartment v.r, boit fiMilitiM for iHll ia UL 01- il Hkortkand. RAPID AND Erniig BBQINS 3d, addn J THOMAfl J J. IO and 13 South Groone Street. Advertise YOUR "WANTS" 1HR TKKN'rON TIMK8. MHRCHVU or   

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