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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VOU VIII. NO. ?369. UKKNTON, FitlDAY AFTKKNOON, JULY 18. 1890. TWO CKNTS A PLEASURE YACHT SUNK Run Down by the Steamer St. Lawrence. JITJ FIKSO'SS DROWNED. The Terrible Fute of u i'lU'litlng from UiutUoul, Ptt Here Saved, but rive Otlie rit Are) Sliming and Undoubtedly I out IH1 N Y Jnl} 10 o'clock last the steamer St Lawrence ran down tht ste un pie IT e jacht Cath lene about a mile bilow Ales.audiia bay lent) besides the erov -U1 but Ihe were picked up, one of them hung John Senecal, the fireman Tiie pleasure part) wore from Bradford Pa and wire. Mr aud Mrs, E B Piuibt-rtJii, Mr aud Mrs Gr A. Mr aud Mis W D Hart, Miss Mag0ie W U Victor Oiley and Robert L Ldgett The captain of the yacht was Joseph benecal, of Grenadier vrbo -tho oraft live Were Loit. The miisny persons w ho were without doubt drowned were the following named. Henry M Hart, Mrs D I'emberton Mr Pembertou, Mrs Seuecil John tiremau The st Laurence was returning from a search luht eti ursiou around the islands and had put out its electric Hash light on entering the American channel from the Canadian side, below the scene of tii6 acci tteul Hnw thft Accident Occurred. _ Passengers on hoard the St Tjiwrenca say that tin saw the jacht making direct- ly across the bow of the fat Lawrence aud it had nearly crossed when the crash came, carrying aw a) the stern of the yacht Life prtservers wen put on the members of the excursion p iru immediately while the jacht was smkiug and the bt Law was bat ked up Ui the wreck just as the Cathlene was down As the yacht sunk Mrs lierr; climbed to the roof and Crcoryc U Hart, who had climbed there A line which had -been thrown drew tne yacht closer, andshefsunlt right under the gunwale of the bt IjJw rence Capt Seneears Story Hart clung to the gunwale and was res- cued Ihe was soon thickly strewu with life preservers lu s Settie.e.al says that he the ac< aujL no idea how far awi} the St Lawrence was when he first saw her He said "Iwas going at an cas) speed from Al piandna ba} over to Uranadier bland, meeting part of the compan) who just came in from Bradford Going at an an glf I did not see- buu one light-of the St Ijiwrence We were the same mutant thatr tho w hibtles were blown Both boat.. bi0nalcd It Win a ratal Error. Capt Beaupre of the Thousand'Islands Steamboat comp to whom the T awrence belongs was on board He saya that the captain of the Cathlene was sig- naled to take the right aud then took the left aide One Man Killed "War Boston. EASTON, Pa Jul) worst wind, halt and ram storm that this, section of the Lehigh valley broke shortly after 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon The new agricultural work s at Hellertowuwere blown down and John Freeman of Free mansburg was instantly killed by flying timber bnpennten lent Rurbara, of the by falling timber The roof of the Lutheran church at Hellertovvn was blown off and other damage w as done Two passenger trams ou the Lehigh alley railroad en- countered the storm between Bethlehem and Allentown, and both narrowly escaped being wrecked One of tbe trains struck a telegraph pole and the headlight and smokestack w ere crushed Both trains had to feel their way along frequently stopping to allow telegr iph poles and trees to be remov ed from the track Lightning burned out most of the telephones and did con- siderable damage to trees and buildings A large stable on the farm of Nathan Pinnell, about a mile below-here, WM struck and burned to the ground A large tree on Sixth and Market streets was BI.Iuck titfrd In flillluu and broke an electric light wire The LoTdetf of Ik passing -street ear uOcpyrd en the wire One of them was instantly lulled And the other stunned A Death Bolt from the Clouds. FAR ROCKAW AT, L I, July 18 severe thunder storm passed over this-section of Ihree Killed In u I NtiKW iLk O Julv is V v and rain stmin suiuk M ui county last tl t mil Lightning killing nt vvlml yfllt this d linage s It use llht ind uni 1 Iw Htint k Out I t I 1 i three sons 1 u 1 lit Otto who vvtu sluing in a n electrlelt) c inn. duvv ii tit tl mi t (Itlo was had 1} burtnd ibt ut th fi i u bod) buTilie other IWUTTCH net   own une It Is stated on reliable authontv that Thompson s iiabiltties are assets under North Atlantic Sqindron UAIII Me Jul} Atlantic squidron left Kith at 1? ftTIiur-5Iav affr noon (jen 1 Hulc Hun and John A aecompimed Vdniir il Gherar li to ae i is on b mrd the Baltimort and whe i the vessels vcre well outside the) were given in ex llibitiun of v, hat the L.UIIS uf the flag- ship could do inch rifles showing ,'reat acciirac} and range New Lnglnml'tt Haj Crop BnsTON Miss Jul) NewEng- md 1 ariner s of the hi} crop in N't w t nglanel places It at 1 j per cent ibni rhp nvprnge1 in amount md tW per ent above the avenge lu feeding is the crop is of extra quallt) and is being t-cured in an unusually good condition. Ihe poorest returns are received from ermont, where a crop of onl) a fair avpr igt is reported La nan riajini; ROUIESTEB N Y, Jul) Shaffer counsel for the ball" players under indictment on the charge of Sabbath breikmg appeared before Judger V, erner in 1 tiled a demurrer to the indictment uiinst Powers, which is accept- 71 Tn tlie iTlstrret alCoiire) ecf ?L test casts- Vfter argument on both sides Judge Wer- itr nd th it while he was nit going to Impose cf the case summarih he was free to confess that his impressions were very against Mr Shaffers pt sitlon lit would however, take several 10 SERVE I HE COUNTRY. A Long List of Presidential Nominations. GtOUGL C. TltH! SI Oliver I of MIchlKun Suo- rfeilH Him Aftitittaiit Het_rrtun uf the Ireasuiy ongn'eflaiuan Cmlu Loukiug for Correspondent Moore nlth a Ciun WASUIM ION July Ihe president hoa bcut tlic follomug to senatt Oluer I of Michigan, to ba assistant secretary of the treasury George C 1 ichtuor, resigned Eugeut S Neal of North Dakota, to regiatsr of the land oihce at Bismarck, N D Asa Tosher of North DaVuta, to be ro- ealver of public moneys at Bismarck N D General Appraisers of Merchandise J. Lewis Staclpole, of Massachusetts Hen- deruoD M '-omemlle, Alabama terdmaud N Shurtkff Oregon bcoirof loron a LAKE PEPINS DEAD. The OnUlal IJlt Milt t 3 Co propert} and cuusmgnoss of life A young maa, known- Hprt, employed as dnv er by Contractor Pearsall, while dm ing on the Keed property, was struck by lightning and instantly killed. The horse which he was driving was also killed Another driver and two horses' at the sinle were stunned but they re- covered from the effects of the shock Re- ports received from the surrounding vil- lages are to the elf ret that n number of barns Were struck b) lightning and de- stroyed Quaker Unroofed.- PHILADELI IIIA Tulv A hoavy wind and rain storm pawed over the city about 8 o'clock last evening unroofing the car stables on Allegheav avenue and a number of houses Ihe stable roof fell on a car, killing one of the horses but injuring none of-the. passengers The schooner Nellieand Mattie, of irenton, vvna cipsized in the river The onl} in in aboard was rescued During the storm the }acht Richmond with nine men on hoard was turned bot tomupwnrl oft Port Kiehinond All on board weio oaved other sailboats were upset and twenty persons m nil wen Absolutely Pure. A cream of tartrr hiking poitder, High wt of all In atrtngth U. 8. GOT- Beport, Aagnit 17, Allegheny Citj s Hlg Fire Pirrsiii I'G July in Allegheny Cltv last night burned the Kress planing mill and box factor) loss 000 insured Hveis Inmberjard loss OiX) insured Iworowsof lumber belonging to the Da ii'sun Lumber compain lussr xJ5 000 no insurance Tworowsof lumhir belonging to Liiwrellce llej loss (XXI no insur mice lliefire is to have caught from the spark of a passing train or from a rocket Fireman Put Lnnhn had his whilp a.t wm k Bt the-flre- Amalffumiition, Tajlor RdCHtbTER, N Y July 18 Zach Phelps, prisnkut of the American association told a United Press reporter that he uuidnll) that Rochester was en ytltd tn Cartwright and that he hoped thut the latter would he awaided accord Mr Phelps said also that there was ibsolutel) no truth in the rtported amal gamation of the American associ ition and the Players' league A Physician's Tragic tul BrniGFPORT Conn Inh Fnpene lj while on his to a patient yesterday, was instinth killed at an nnpnfeuul on Xoitli aNeilHO hy a tiam on the Housatonic railn ad lie a widow and childrui at their snnimyr cottage m the Adiron (lacks tcrlilrntnl Dpnlh Iho idiot S Jnlj IS he inquest on tht of the Diulniouth disaster has concluded fso farts nore (licit ed ns to the cause Ihe jurj s nhct was "accidental death lint lind thi ttirto at the liend of tho tthnrf s (unl} fast ened the acciilent would not oicurred Two Klllix! -Tvl Kn, TBA July W Hnrrj- A hie-,  vnek Words cannot express the gratlthde which people feel for the benefit done them by the IIRP of Ayer s Samapartlla Long standing cases of rhenmatlpm yield' to this remedy when all others fall to give relief This med- icine thoroughly expels the polnon from tbe blood. Loun Ban Jirte Julia I a kit _ilnd JajU liD M ra Mis LI-HUH tiaim and K bi 1 in 1 r llieseiirdi pirty Inspict rs I-L, r anil Cm Minn was feun 1 at I il of a hit] L il i i i I mayor uf Kt t Vt nu n from nl i h it i th of the m s-nu 1 1 is 1 ir n i II 111 I ll 11 W b bluki 7 i 1 1 k Mlutile Flatter Mutt Sny Ad IIH I u 1 i Bun, ii i Miss Hen I In I i Mora Sill M il Sel ittsi, J I i s il ildi u I I Mil Ha s i Millie M lia Mule M ru Hi mplilii in d te Lu nm bou bupliu S t uVi'1 'J- Mary OK i I liil. cen 'Mi C H Rtu and f-oi lin blrpbei ll-i 1 L t- ert-n J I H hrn tinu i 111 1 n II i tile Hi-, r L llart (I M I i nariri Hr tirn tie inter Kati mill I n bbuknbtruer Iru tut n II Hewtou Jul i Ala s VK-n Qillwit Blikei liai Juh 11 l'< i I It I t 1 tint i 1 r Ihe if 11 il hut 1 (1 M .I h n 1 I I n ill K Ut I I t vo 1 m i i edCli L H ut I'tf J h l M i t M r H r In II nij I H i 1 1 1 1 i i i VV il 111 I 1 i 1 tin Kn an luvc tlfc innn rid itne tu h PREFERRED DEATH TO A Yonng Knilx i o luh I of the H ii hmkt me c n w irninj_ f' r named I hs ml 1 ilk vv h been in iix nt in the TSoehmU-rmimin cbu_ Ihe wan in tht h n Is of it 1 went t j 4 i t I un! i s si boards ind foil id the v saloi n line ith Hi t ok 11 coolh and asked ptrinis i rjxim an i ch IIN t ti pamed linn tht ri in 1 s it n talk busied himsi ll will At lenulh vv hen he vv is n for the door ind I- ilk ful _Justasllt Mill i heanlji sh_t u. ing th it his h id him he rushed 1 nv n int i returne i if t r a vv hilt u with i I i I t h IP HI I i- rt a 1 v Mt i in t il t ilk vv is p pill ir in de ith r it hi i li in am i 01- Miutie ttt A-IW hill. ARREST i tml ar I, M uf lu-, ihuul lit WH-, I tl 1 I 1 1 h in i-- t MI 11 tvi Hid ill tl it t 1 si i iLiit w utilil i ll V I'lllll N in L N ful thy i'rt i [i in i fur Six I U Is I ho Society l i ue to Lluldren causud tin in -.t f Mttkler a (jcr- intu womal hilr, 1 with imj i s iiing hti Id and alii wing her noni tf tht adv intakes of life For sii jean last the e hild has be in confined in a klteheii vvllh e losed blintlH bhe was ocia biouall) Kiven au m tie yard The vvom in w u ins me horn tiouble The chil 1 was almost as Imbeulle from her lonn eonflueiiieut and could scarcely speak a war 1 1 on snnt to thg aliubhouse nnd the child to a home The Hermit Una Murdered RjADINei Iii Jul) deputy coroner held an iiiiuest on the bod) ol Matthias Birger the Blue mouutam her nut whose ludv was found near his mountain eabin Ihe tt stimouv all tended to sh  hoi 1- tiTitilJiil) IS vvlien ll v art oitkit d to ap bpfnrp I -It r, motiem for ternporar) injun n them will be argued ud Mai shall opened their houses and art n v selling liquor Mrs Harrison 1 its Real Estate IiiH deeds have been recorde 1 itHiekville theeonnty -seat of .Montgomery county, Md within tie past few if piopert) bought at a suburb near hen. on tli Potomac river b) members of the prt lent s fanul) One piece of proptit) is in the name of Mrs Harrison, and the e usideration named is Short 11 Colo man, i f tennial Building in 1 Vccounls Viller- trman and the Cen >an associ it ions is ttecounts He has re lglleil TTlitHi is valued at 000 to l association. Ho has not )et been an 1 llumliedg of u 11 makers Out PHILADHIHIV Inh about 400 cigu nil i city Ihursdu s x Jeitels and in K for higher wages II crease ranging fr mi It There are now on stiike in tins nun in II sit lit k tutu dcinan 1 an in v pc r 1 000 c uars Shot nnd Kill, 1 111. IOIIIIK tMfo fnlv LS I'Ttlo-i'lock- Thursday aftirno in M itm HOIK k i f No 937 West Lomliaid sti it shot and killnl his young wift 1 li (ouple had onh bi i n married flvo wetks Italoiisx w is tl ranse Houck PSI i 1 Sick Makes the lives e f in uiy people miserable, canning dhtiess tft i ntlng, sour niioh, sitk hcidiche, litirtburn, loss of appetite, a flint, all gone frcltiiR, had tisto, coated tt ngut-, and irregulirity of DIStreSS tho bowels Dyspoj shdoes After II rpquirrs cireful tf ntinn taring a romcdy itki iimu Siriipirllli vvhlrh iits gently, )ott I i i litlj It tones tho stonni li rrgulites the ilitcs tion, creites i K '1 petite, binishes liciil i and refreshes tho mind "I hive, ht on tniul Ii d with djspcp'iii I hid but little apiotltt ind wlnt I Pit distressed me1, or (Hit mo Heart- Imi0 good After e itlni; I DUrn v, iilillnvn l flint ertir 1, all gone feeling is though I h ul not t U( n anything My tronlilo vvis liy mybuslnoss painting I ist Crjur spring I took IIooil s Sir oOUT saparllh, which ellTniS an Stomach Immenso amount (f It pun nio (in ippetlto, anel my fo il n Hshcd ind a itistlt d tho crivlnR I hid pn vionsly oxpprli need GKOIUIK A 1'AeiL Witt rtown, Miss Hood's Sarsaparilla Bold by all tlrtlKKlst" SI J'ropnrod only byC I HOOD 4 CO Apothorarlos.Lowoll, 100 Doses One Dollar nun ttt itn to rt IH mm it (ur i at Llama r r i i_i ni i n next in nth ith tlu ft nn of u n n in M ts in tbe mo'.t (.leennt form THE AXATIVE NUTRITIOUS JUICE -r-OP-TBK FIGS OF CALIFORNIA, Com'i acd with the medicinal u'tiiLs of plints known to be mo'-t beneficnl to the human stem forming an agreeable and effi-ttiie lavatne to perma-v fient'j cure H ibitual Consti- pation and the man) ills de- pending on a or inactive Condition ol ttie KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS. It is t excellent remedy Jcnown, to 'LEWSE THE SYSTEM EFf-ECTUAUT hen one is R 1 :s or Constipiilcsi T i PURE BttfOD, REFRESHING SLEEP, HEALTH and STRENGTH NATURALLY FOLLOW Exervone is using it and all are delighted it voun onuootoT ron MANUFACTURED ONLY BY CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO tHAWISCO, CAL, KY new YOXf H f. I he largeist ofSUPEKFINE CBPA made In the U 8 will be found at ANGKT.Q CAMRKA' Fine Confectionery Store, TRFNTOV N J Fiinoy Fruits Ice rpnm Soda Wftti r, I Cmun KodoH, Milk Shaken lemonade Ac al wfijH on hfiml and tht I esL that can hp ha nnd nitide These art Iiu ts Prices conven ent Jor all Latest Novcltic, LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S lylishl'itrasols At almost First Coat Prices, along with now arrival of all styles 8un Umbrellas fo the hot weatherr-ono-of which San Umbre las ovorj lady should have Also a new arrival of now Emlroldon and FlounciiiRR of the very finest materla and workmanship at such prices as ar below anything ever hoard of Again, wo have received another bfg 1 of those boautif il Children's Hats and Cap for Ihe Bale of which we such a wld reputation as thn Go to WallU1 for a Child 8 Hat and it wi look twico as handsome again just on a  V o tr 1 KlwiUB us 1 inir m tj t ikr It llh plriiBurt. antl I In f tk Ith I he CKCllluif ITet 1- I i mill e urn obrittlt il IM ithy i it r lit vt.l mid prt itnlcil 1) III I. ll. It. Hie Itult 'I mitt null lu II. '.v M vsh. i IIK iltn l i v li i vk.1 ill it IN THE CITY, Youmana' Celebrated Spring Slylos now on uomtlNS, A'J.1 1- IIATTKM, 16 Want Htato THIS MAN t AJ1FKICAN7 CLOTHING AND TAILORING CO h. would not- cared how much wind whutltd thiongh bin tailj, clothing (fat .nj 
                            

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