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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - August 8, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               laUMtllii VOL. VIII. NO. ?38C, CKKNTON, FRIDAY AFTKRNOON, AUGUST 8. 1890. TWO CKNTS CONVICTS IN REBELLION. Hundreds of Boston Policemen at the Scene PUISOMUS N1KI FlilLD LFON ted bj W uUh They Kicked AguliiHt HIM Vdoption of the IJeitillon Sjhlum the 1 uruiture and btorru tlie I'llaou HosTA K I hue were very excit- 31 in s in mil abuuL the state pribon on 'limrsdn) lunnn finii L venuiu A riol of txtyiurdman proportions nud unusual violence bi jki out among the cotivictii, and ISO Boston po Ktmc.ii armed with revol urs unit batons were hurried to the BCUIC 1 la trouble waw a culmination ol the diCiuiltifb atu udaut upon the enforce- uitat of the liertillon system of measuring -tuid photographing the prisoners, aggra b> tin attempted escape of "Chick en? alsh, aoture and subsequent puuishuiuit At 2 40 o'clock there vTasa gtntril outbn ik in the workfthopH The UK u rt fust ii to the orders of their kf epeis or to rt turu to their cells Witt thur tools bidly damaged the furni tun. of the workshops 1'iuulf muttlum Belgued. The force of police was to as-Mst in runoung the to their telU IMUHU already in their eel la added to the tltsrurbame by smashing the win dowb ihe prisoners were especially vio- lent in tin north and south wings, which t rlookt d lit, streets A large crowd gathered around the prison and added to the b> tiieir cries Several of tht pnsoii jflicials were assaulted by the convicts and severely injured Three or four coin icts are now in the hospital with crushed bkulls received wbile (leaperateTy resisting the officers The strike" was pretunurted ami to have kiken place at 1 p in but postponed Chicken" WHS the rmgleader Hrtd I pon by the After diuutr the prisoners marched to the shops vert quietly, but hardly had they entered when a terrific and jell broke out Windows and furniture weu broken and the men ruhhed into the >ard and the entire crowd dawned walls 1 he guards on the walla fired, at first to ternfj the men, but as several near 1) gained the top of the walls the bullets were aimed to kill It is thought, how- ever, that no ot e was seriously wounded 1 he ofliwrs with clubs and revolvers held the prisoners at baj until reinforcements mihcd hutr} oiLtbejxJKe force was soon at the prison, and fully JOO othcers were masked In the >md and cor ndors 1 he guard on the walls was more th tn doubled All were armed with Wm Chester nties and instructed to kill any in.ui who attempted to scale the walls Man} prisoner-) have relumed Ui their ceils, aud some are hidingTii the workshops and 3anin It 1% thought that one or two may hive suf fftlprl in reaching the outer world Cordons of police are now guard- ing the btrtets leading to the prison, and the general public, including reporters, are excluded The Garden's Story. In an interview with aripn last night he said the fight was the most that tud taken plticu for many 5tare He expected n OtrbltramHtifcpolice were in readiness for a summons The trouble canu from the harness shop, where over 1UU men were emplojed Warden Rus sell at once hurried to the shop, which was in great confusion and called upon those peaceabl) disposed to return to their cells About live men complied Thp others, however endeavored to reach the walls in an attempt to escape Capt. Gaskum and fortv five officers now ap- peared, and a short struggle the pris- oners were gotten under lock and key Shot ut bj a Convict. Just as the insurrection was at its height Convict hvatis, one of the notorious -tAl- bmy gang, ran to the door leading to the mam 5 ard, and pulling out a uvolver from Wetise, two shots at_Oflicer Howard who yvas doing giiard dutj upon the prison wall Both bullets whistled past the officer Kvans'revolver has not jet been found, but a box of cartridges was discovered in his cell 'Ihe warden had seventy-eight men locked m strong cells They will be kept on bread and water Until they ex- piejss their obey the -rults of the prison The Prison tired. During the confusion in the harness shop a fire was started bj some of the prisoners, but wasquicklv. extinguished. Itis thought that the plan of the prisoners was to start a m tht excitement make a break foi flberij when tht, mittr gates opened to admit the fire department A rather remarkable things has (weu pittlpkalt'd bj bic-king of the tjhoemakiiig machmerj Twojeara ago the leglslaiun: nt Hip buUoiUtlob of the labor element, passed a law forbidding convict labor in manufacturing boots and shoes at the prison after the machinery then in use should weir out or by breaking become useless 'Ihe convicts utterly ruined worth of machinery, and it will be Impossi- ble to manufacture any more footgear within the prison limits SuHpt'CtM Arrested at Bondout, KONDCHT, Is Y Aug officem have arrested two white men and one negro on suspicion of Lraest V Utter, bigamist (I< orge H Caldwcll, burglar, and John W Hill, under indictment for attempting to drown two colored women nt uldcn rhe men escaped from Orange county jail at (joshen on Sunday morning bheriff Johnson has been notified by tele- gmph nnd wtU come here to identity the siivects flewR from Huenns Ayres. fl YORK Aim 8 K Ward PUWI'LH Absolutely Pure. 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Dr Daniels expresses much surprise at the lack of professional courtes} ihoxsn by Dr '-pHika-m.-a cmumumcation to a New paper in wlucnTie saja Uio statement attributed to a ITS frr m Ptiffalt named thai tUe uiitlerb nfrecl had unj Trtlin niati iia t4te ti-ceutiun than ihuse uf a medical tu tlie len f i s ju ntuiifd de- libcrateh an j litii and otlierwisa btated the din ct contrarj of what he knew to be the trutd pr ;bablj to vent his it? because Dr McDonald and adliered to our agreement with Dr Jenkins and thusm nov nf lim wretihei scheme furno_ trnetj The current wati at seconds bj agreement and not by my order nor by any one elsf s "I says Dr Daniels, "that the Xew papers him a roasting for his action m the Kemrnler autopsy, and he naturally feels mad about it, though why he-.shniiiri try gipt pvfin by abusing me; is more than I can. under stand Dr Diniela reiterated his state- ment Uiat elecuiude., If v-on Jutted, 11 the QUIT nn de ith I don t wish to said he, but I bolide Mr Durgton had ver> poor advisers, hot has to the construe tion and placing of the niaclnnerj and the time during which the current was applied It should been kept on at least ted seconds more And mon the ige was insufficient A -i 300 %ultage applied one second would been sufficient Death would havebeen instantaneous, and there would been no burning The Burelara RecelTeil UOO NEWPORT K I Aug robbtrj oc curred last at the resi -dcnee-of Knonlton, of Brook Ijn, when the familj were at dinner the thieves forcing a second storj window ami escaping unseen and unheard Mrs Know Iton places her Ions at 000 bit of jewelry, including watches, neck laces, rings, pins and haiipms, except what was upon her person, were taken Another robbery, amounting to is said to have taken place the same night, but particulars cannot be learned Tlie lion Ilrlgade'd Offlt-eiB DETROIT, Aug 8 the meeting of the1 Iron Brigade the following officers weitt elected President, Gen John Gibbon presidents U M Wood w aid of Sec ond i scon sin, H T Huntington, of Fifth Vv IM( onsin, i red S arnei, of C'arnuchfiel of Nineteenth Indiana, ISM light Iwentj fourth Michigan anil lames S bttnvart of Ilu tin j H Hern tat j W Jones, treasurer, Otto Schorsc, chaplain, W C JLtfilitceii Factories Closo FAll Hniit Mass, Aug men h be red ir is unuersiooa mat eiymetin tactoriea will close next night That dtitentlon of the Rtomaoh which many peoplo feel after eating may he due to 1m proper mastlca tion of the food, bnt Inmost HlndlcatfiRR wc-aknefw of organH, the bent remedy for which Is one of Ayer'B Pllli, to be taken after dinner. 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