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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               YOU VIII. NO. 21LO. CKKNTON, MONDAY AKTKKNOON, 8FP1KMKKK H, 1890. TWO STRIKERSUNDERARRESl Several Alleged Train Wreckers Apprehended at Albany. J. J KI U LK-H> It In Sul 1 Th n Hi iMiplkutua 1 uur Strlk In 111. ulletmi Allah Pi omlneul with the Hullioud, Tin llr It t ill of Illinium AHUM -sept h JohnJ Hud a brake. man i 41 him n! I'Vst has been ar rest! 1 it Hudson eh uhtd with wrecking th New York eutnl tiam nun Castletou 1 hm slav It is said th it hu has LOU fesse 1 1 m rime and has glveu the names of f ui c )inj nil ns all of whom it is H nd HI stiikeiH I lit greatest excitement prevails Inn and tin- strikers themselves raake tl r its against Reed He wag br tcrililH city very quietly and li th t t i bt confined in the Central de- p i{ alth ugh Suj enntendent Bissell savs lit is not Mr Hisscll when seen bj n United Press rrportcr said "I hare nothing to hi) and would prefer to have things ki 1 1 quiet Joday may be a day o) htiri I ISCH How the Arrest Was Made, apt Robert Pinkerton said .Nothing cai bo hai 1 just now Mj men did not ap pichcnd the man and even if they ton! 1 IK t f alk of the case 1 he fin Ls art difficult to obtain, but it weenis tliat as s )on as the detectives went to work tiny found traces of Rctd, who la n well kmwn railroad man his whole fumilv bung in tut business He waj tracki d t j ho h ick and then to Hudson, Und saturdiiv night one of the detectives found him at a disreputable house The rhitf detect ve of the road clapped him on the buk and said Reed we want jou at Alba 11} Who Rquoaleil? 1 turned deithlj pale and said for that job at f istlctonf Who SIJIH lie was at once locked up and was brought here lati r Mr Hissell s reticence m the matter it is bi luted arises from the faet that they are trj ing to get Rt ed to give the names of thi  llow on the charge of Ix ing one of the w reckers It is thought that Heed lias turned state s evidence and tli it this is the first fruit of the evidence (Ktur arrests are promised soon No in formati jii of anj crnstqnenoe can be ob- tained from tiie raiiroad authorities IT WAS A FATAL SMOKE Lthel Curtis fell Asleep Puffing a Cigar and Was frightfully Burned I k Sept S -Early last evening as a jonng woman who was known at her bo-irding house Lexington avenue, as Kthel Curtis waa reclining pn a sofa m hci-reotn rt-ilmgn-ijuvei and uyirette she fi 11 asleep and tho cigarette falling frmi her fingers set her clothing on flit Mic aw >ke and rushed to the win dow w he re she w as seen by two young men atr ij'b tl e Direct who ran to her rescue Whtnthpj readied the room the girls clothing was burned from her body and her flesh was almost roasted She was teken to BelieMie hospital, where her in juries were pronounced fatal Though she- was known is I thel Curtis her real name is I Brown of Providence, R L, where her stepfather John resides at 140 Deaue street She has been employed as a and stenographer The young woman died shortly after midnight btruck by Llghtulng, but Still Alive. BVLriMOM 'upt 8-T L Mason, atel e0riph peiator at Canton Junction, had a rein unable thelptr fruui Insuanianeous death liy lightning He was in the railroad ofike during a storm when suddenly a great ball ot fire appeared Mason waa tlnown out of Ins chair and was uncon scions f ji a few minutes and was paralized for SIM nl hours fhe bolt struck his left nrm and passed all the wa} below theelbon a broad crimson mark It i-toppe-d just where his arm touched his pocket containing lite watch being attracted lij the timepiece The chain was melted md broken in places and thi waKhwas badlj disfigured The bolt wa.s defli straight down his leg where it left a broailf r and more hurtful track of crimson ill the way down to his ankle, A Hall Te-un Sold, ST Pui Minn Sept ho St Paul Association League club has P 1 lattj general western agdit of the Duluth, South birorc mid_ithntrc railroad -The- cnmidr oration was 000 The team mamge nieut had k st ODD during the season and was about to default on salaries Mi 1 latlj h is p it up nuflicient mono} to carry the club the Kin under of the senson and engaged II tlio Traitor PARI', Sept IhcPetit that M I igiieire member of the chamber of deputies and formerly one of Gen Botilanger s hading supporters inspired, thou0h he did not write, the recent irr Figaro, mafc ing aa tn the geneml's political Absolutely Pure. A cream of tartur baiting powder. High Mt of all in 17. B. Go" it, Anvuit 17, 10W, THE HUMAN FORM DIVI .IE The VTlnniia of the Salami Pi foi Pliyhliul liisifN Si [it thr i in age Dr I) V Saigent lire t r jf tl II in n Kvmniislum at 1 c Hit, lltiil UW In tc eis i m il in I fem iU w h st il join li most nearh anpi oath pel fi t n m a In lleatnl anthr ]i 11 u i hint Iheobjict f b th hut s is t stimulate the jouth jf bjlhs Ih a laudable UKentivt; to svsti uniti in I ju U elous phjHleal i reading nearlj a-S t1 i 1101 in il Mtaildirl 1 he tune allnvel f i e n petition as three )eirs ml tl i I been about J 000 ejnipetit rs 11 i pr s have been 1 u.s follows 1 i L f i Ihe m ist perfeet m ilu deve! jpiu nt Fit nn Cheater Jaekaon s isset Me n in Bondom eollege and prominent w an us man since entering the f r the most perfeet female 1 mi nt M ir Karet lilanehe Best Meihilli Pi mem her of the hummer Seh il f i il Irainingat theHeuiennaj mtiasium aud -instiuetor iu phymjl-tiannnij at Alle gheuj college Mr Jatksona nearest co npetitor vvas William Fay Gurcelon gradu te of Bates' College dlrp( tor nf thw Sf I or 1 Philadelphia Bests rivals were- >two uiembein the ilemennaj hummer school, a sail sw jnian In a Boston store a teacher at ellesle) H'lghluiidj, a pupil of Losell seminary Auburudale and two members of the 15erkelo> Indies Athletie club of- New 'iork both daughters of promiiieut law yers in that eity It la undergo 1 that similar are to be offere 1 for the com mg year PUGILISTIC MAYOR GLEASON HIM Itrutal Assault Lpoii an Yssueiated Keprenentutiva Nfw Sept dleason of Long Islind committed an unprov jked and brutal assault upon (jejrgc V (rowlej, the Long Island representative of the Vs soeiated Press last evening Mr Crowley Ktood talking with a number of r mini nt gentlemen in Millers LJUJJ Island titj h when the mivor entered and seeing Crotvley excl umeil >u ire a loafer and a thief Mr Crowle) resenti 1 the arciisition when upon Gleison struck him a savage blow m the fa  desist and Mr Crowlcv went out in s irr> if q warrant for ison s irrcst b u co find no he me Ihe grand jury will convene tola) an 1 Mr Trjvvlev intends to take steps to have the major mdtotcd for asmult THE BASEBALL WORLD Amerlean Association At Glou fsU-r N J aii i o o o e Tolwlo I 0 4 0 tl 0 9 Has. tuts tlr- 3 1 H i- r r tb letl 5 ToM 4 Batteries MeMali u aud Rldil Cualiiiian an 1 Clubs PHI tltS Li. W L P U L P tt Boston 42 fill il u M ik 46 r tl Pitlslj b 444 Uro klyu CS 4H 6j 11 to 4 >0 Phlliul a bl >4 uffal jj so rj IS U I h f _ Ji i P e, _ iv i Brootvljn is 0 0 li b li "kill 4) tul Ik j 0 4 1 tnlad a W 4Q t 11 J i Lmeiu at W Vi i uisb _J 113 l AME1 II iX IN W L P Ct VV I P Ct Louisville t" JO K) j) il 5 1 bt Louis CI 4 j- R di- ur j. J j 4) o) 'VIU.IM 41 a 4ii Toledo 60 47 M I Halt in e S .SH ATL A-jsOUiTIUN L. 1 tt L P Ct N f Newark 5) M 51ii Lebanou 49 45 Hani b g 12 Shot Two MiLWAtktF [sept 8-J1 Remnger a laborer living at 100 Thirteenth street went to the house of Ins mother in law Mrs Ramers Sunday and requested his wife to come back ajd live with him Mrs Ren mgir refused whereupon he drew a re volver and ured three times athis wife and nt 1m imfilm Mn Reumger received two bullets in the head and one in the arm her mother receiv'ng two m the head Ihe two women were taken to the Pass iv ant hospital Both will prob ibly recover Keumger vvas arrested He charges his wife with infidelity A Matter of Millions HHFNV Mon Sept 8 Root of New who represents himself and other cistern heirs of tho late Antlitw J Davis has been in Montana several days examining the will hied by John A Divls making Davis heir to his dead brothers millions D Carvalho expert in handwriting, after a thorough ei immation pronounces the signature to the will a forgorj and the document Itself spurious This conclusion of the expert will cause still more litigation A Three Cornered Congressional Fight RodiLSTiii V Indft- pemHMrt Political Imbor league hm notfl iimtid Isaiah S tmery local passenger of the R me, Watertovvn and Og duisbiirg railroad for congress to succeed (imrksS liirker It is probable that ex i dieenleif will be the Demo- (ratie nomiiiPi and as the Republicans have atmuly placed ex Congressman Van oorlns in tho field, a hvelj fight is able HP Shot Iho NCRIO Dead VI1III Ga 8 Tom Adams a negio raised a disturbance in front of the Warreiiton hotel W I N7oins pro prietor of the hotel, ordered him avvaj Ad mis assumed a mcnnung attitude and Norris shot him dead Ihe negrnis of the town art1 incensed at the occurrence and Uneaten vengeance but the white are prepared and do not expmt trouble John Arqnlttod rmvniH sni raj pa Sept H T( tin has been of tin mnrlir if Insmphew William Rhodes wh mho or0t Ihe (luairiled William drew a revolver and w is killed >y.lohn The jury Imed It, verdiit on Jie theory of self defense William C Hennery Dead feapt 8-William G. Hennessy of tl e wholesale drug dim of Carpenter HeniKssy Co of thin city died hunday of heRtt dweasp H, was 70 years old He was treasurer and a leading member of the Academy of Natural Sei enceg. the warm weather approaches the rmt nral cravings of humanity call for something cooling to drink Beer In a most delloioui article A 25 cent package will en- kbit any one to make five gallons FORTY-FOUR ARE DEAD. Frightful Loss of Life at Spo- kane Falls N HODIFS ftMOUKLU. The I rrmuture t of un Immense Churge of llynuinlte in the PtortherD laeilk tnluht taused Terrible Out Mutllnted Bodies 1 8 1 he work at the bctue A tl i. fatal I jek cut expl )Slou proceeded until nearly midnight when it was fat ppe 1 lest some careless wiSk the i ck sboul 1 sct> off one ol the thieu otl i 1 t blasts that had been prepare 1 1 ail} in the morning the work began un t ut no moie bodies were re co% ere 1 1 lit pile of bioken rock waa almost ei tireh removed and it is not thoughTTtmi thrre are any rilorfroodleff buried there although it is possible that one or tn more w ill be found today in a sort of picket from which the rock waa not removed The Bead and Injured Ihe dead bo fir as they have been recov ered are Henry Aptell John Cartlmio, F A Halm H U Hughes Henry Jacob- ini Isflxc J jhnsou Dan McArthur James McPhers i Homei Olsen, Ro} Pinkney, Andrew Piieloneho Joseph Ra} J Talbo, Charles Heur} J B Vitter and V arren The Si rlously Injured. Among the more seriously injured now in the hospital are Joe Bar inie, injured internally right ear split and scalp wounds John (J Blaine injured internally Matthew Fnlo compound fracture of both bones >f the right leg and severe scalp wouuls Jacob Mackie injured internally severe bruises and sfalp wounds tiuoKeeth shoulder blade and arm dls located and broken John Rhine head b idly cut, three fingers of lefthan 1 amput ited 'Sen iritpen are Dead Great crou Is of people swarmed about the scent A the c itastrophe all day and in the excitement miny rumors were afloat which ni foundation except in the jn Of tl e i ijured at the hospitals one, Hugh Hayes die! Iwo others who were badly injured are reported to have died at their homes 1 hest with the fourteen dead at the morgue make the tHal number dead thus far di wn, witji en or eight UK re d mgorousl} injured, some of w horn mil die More to He Accounted For Ihere wyre fort} men working in the fatal cut attiat tiine of the explosion and of the seventeen to be accounted for only a few art known to have escaped The fore- man says he will not know hnw many of -tiitni until tire-roH id-eaHcd- Ilarf a dozen of those at work in the cut at the tnnethP fXiloslon rt nrrpd wprp prpqpnr to test if} it the coroner s inquest m the afternoon It was stated that there were 150 pounds of in each of the charges which weif exploded and the witnesses all con curred in the view that the second charge was exploded by the jar from the first Mangled Be} ond Recognition. The 01 the accident is of course conjectured the only evidence giv mg any light on it being the statements of two witnesses that the man who was doing the tamping became impatient aa the hour of t> druw near und drov e the tamping rod with carehiss strokes However this may be he paid the penalty with his life A piece of rock may have been dislodged m the drill hole and the driving of the tamp mg rod no-aid then have acted on the ex- plosive Tfee bodies at the morgue were mangled almost recognition but most of them have been identified The victims mainly Swedes and Itahann. _ lorty-four Reported Killed. A later report than the above states that there are v et twenty seven men unaccount- ed for all of whom are probabl} buried be- neath the might} mass of rock, and that it is believed fort} four men were killed by the explosion The men were working in a cut lev elmg off the ground for the new Northern Pacific freight yards The cliff of rock on the side of the cut which was being remov ed v, as twenty feet high The blosto ao that tho iotk IB thrown toward the cut Not anticipating the blast about thirty men were tinder the cliff when rtie blast exploded Shrieks and Groans Arose. A great mass of rock and earth raised m the air and pitched ov er into the cut, bury ing the men beneath its awful weight None of them had time to run, but a few escaped in a minculous manner Over 100 men were at work in the adjoining cuts and it once were on the scene of the terrible m i lent nnrl begun w th bg and shovels to hunt for the buried bodies From all the huge mass of rock groans and shrieks, issued, and the air was filled with the appeal? of the w ounded and dy ing A short half hour and all was still Tho Harilsons at Cresson Springs. Pa Sept 8 was an ideal summer day here The pres ident accompanied by Mrs McKce Mrs Disinitok and Secretary Halfnrd ch vino worship in the large parlor of the Mountain house at 11 a m Ihe were conducted by Rev George Rodgers an Episcopal from Verona Pa Miss Jeannette Halford assisted in leading the singing The young lady also sang with good effect a solo entitled, Angel of Clmiltles" In tho afternoon the presi dent and Mrs Dimmick indulged in an other stroll through tho woods Mr George M Pullman, of parlor car fame arrived on the Chicago limited ox press stopping off here to pay his respects to the president It Was a Jonnh of a Train SOITH Noi VVMK Conn, Sept 8 Bos-ton express which ran into a commu ters train at the junction hero Saturday evinmg an 1 injured thirty people, was a veritable Tomb of a train for in addition to this accident the tiam on its trip down from Host in killed a woman at Haitford and fatally injurul two men at Meriden None of tin commuters were very sonously injured Death of n ttill Known ntRn HIIMK I T N Sept D II Bishop first mate of tin steamboat Mar} Powell ditdatNiw Hamburg HOWHH a steam boat man f  a Catholic than as an ki glfsl i ui 1 that ivelj- national U 1 Lrllian Gitibb the actress del 7 at Baltimore was jc it During a quarrel at Philakij I i i it day Francisco Papalio 11 It il inn st ibbl I LoWlS P l1 1 11 TheGnggs foundry and mi t I at Hightstow n N J werctotalK 1 -.U ed bj fire I oss -W 000 John Chipimn 50 years ol 1 hui j, I in self in his sal on on Straight it I itn son N J He had been dnnkii ,1 1} and it is belli i el that he was n u i It is estimated that the dam i 1 i e the fl mils in central Furope in n ts to Ihe Flbe issixtem ff itru its normal level but is gradu i u filling Hon Henrj II Muse msunr e rrrnmis sioner of New Hampshire d t 1 sfpldinlj He 57 f ane WAR IN CHINATOWN Two Shot Durln, i Two Itlval Socutl >1 is u Stpt 8 t hour je--t r lelu is setvice wh i of the f h e K. mg long s fered Kn MM an 1 drawn ai shots were fire 1 of tin Ping King woun led n tl e thuh Inn the siie trim iverj qua'-t i IHM n who ill vv e re s u i t a ij In t he mob I he Pm0 King i socltt t to Stallor 1 ulev where the l 1 ng s u e 1 1 ir tivtl inh i Imtc ti retlhatr the l 1 N ther melee Ping Km_ 1 m in was this turn fn e reizulir reacheil.il tJI_r I jinui men it 1 u witlidiavvn the i hie nil the luhti Lhee Jcng readj tn pected attack Tl e Chn i disperse and mi naer I the i enforcement', arrive 1 frr ill ei tictl Ihe twr is u swear veuge nice ui n ead 1 I tl i t 1 to uiti! ic etl tlal st i it w ir and iher It is expected that there w ill en retiouble John Burn-. AVtakness LONDON, bept 8 e of the minor in cidental results of the 1 e Trades L ni u congress at Liverpiol K a readjustmnit of the relative nnkin? -f the gieatlabir leaders m the estim it f their followers Hitherto Jol n Burns unqucstionablj prominent and he 1 1 eome to bo re garded as little sh rt f infallible Hi' fame rested upon h s nneiial success as an organizer of in n and as a manager of strikes But tl r theconguv his conduct was. u u ke 1 bj an unreason able obstinacy in small n alters and b> a domineering manner 1 leh led to frequent disagreeable scenes It became verj evi dent that the very ju ill lej vvhieh-fit bun to conduct a fight lu i capital unfit hu for deliberation in 1 lis ission on abstract questions of geneial 1 On the otht hand, Ben lilktt u 1 fjni Mann, wh have alnajs yieldt 1 tin supremacy to Burn3 easilj pr ul themselves his su periors in debite nn 1 counsel Burns friends now sav tint hf himself reiluis that his strength h s in in rfher duecti m that this was his first, in such a convention an 1 fii it la Tie is entireh unselfish m his dev t 11 to the cause he will hereafter c nt it with his leader ship in the actual I ittl held leaving the honor of debate to his i [leagues. Scalped Whlli still Allv SPOKANE FVLLS Wa h Sept John Wolverhne a tin foreman on the Northern Pacific nu i 11 was walking on the track near H ie ition hemettno In dians whoappeari It 1 intoxicated, and turned nmdp tn nil rlcni fn Iho Indians stopped him u I demanded liquor Wolverhne said he 1 i 1 none and was about to proceed vv h i ne of the Indians named John Deere i ick him on the head with a club ki him senseless Some time later herllne recovered consciousness to fin 1 Hat he had been scalped He craw kit is iloon some dls tance awaj wheie 1 w is eared for Iho Indians escaped A I nt il vv nit IrxiNOHiN Mo R Ihoie wns a terrible in likut i II Miss nrl Pa iln railroad at this ]li ma deep cut bt tvvetm the dip it ai 1 engm wasbnckin T I nil rabonsi Peculiar PrfMili ir in c( inhin ilir n, proportion, and (in i ml ion (f lurr 1 i ti, Hood i Sarsin i- r Hi pniwisrs tin cm itivn value of tlie lirit known re me I (i'cs tno vcget ilile I lOUU O kingdom Prntl r In ils stmifjli in 1 economy Hood s S rs i llmtlio nlj i liclnool which o in tn 1} 11 ild On Hi li id Doies Oi lit 1 hr 1 (ulnrlii Him 1 mil merits II Is SIFSII u Hi in ni[ I (s hitlici 11 nn uoTtor S a r s a p a r i 11 a o 11 HIP title of' The emit t I lood purlflcr evnr dhcovored I'eiiillir in Iti 'good mino it home there It n n of Hood 3 Sirsi- pirllli inld In I Him ol all other blood purifiers lenilnr in Its phenonitml ow''1'0'' no other I COU 11 CiT prej ir ition ever itnined so ri] I lly nor held 10 stenUmtly tho ci nfidi noo of ill cliisei of people 1'erullar 11 Tft Iiraln wofTi which it il i SirsipuilH com hlnes ftll tho kn which modern resoirch fleleneo his I O llSCIT developed with miny yeirs pricticil experleneo In prepiring medlelnrs llo nnro to get only Hood's Sarsaparilla SoldhynildniKglsts fl slxforf5 Propnrftdonly bjC 1 HOOD CO, Apotliocirlei, Lowell Maiv IOO Doses One Dollar I I 1 is I III VII tn I I L, It 1 I I II of 1 t is 1 1 I L 1 int_> II c eilboLst link II 1 V I It 111 111 n Itsitt K I M I H IS I I II J 11 1 i I I i I 1 I I i He Ki  11 N'S special process oillv can this be attained aS-VA-l HiirEvaC i- I used posseuMs thu tml of g J iselT aoQt s u wonder ttierofuro that i ill parts ftlov I I di I tl 11 eonimt titled by metllcul Instead uftea and coffte or COCOIIB up chociv'fUes for dally use by children or adulte, hale und sick, rlcb and poor Anlc fur AH Hul KV g and take nn 51 ffff Umbrella and FALL AND WINTER C 5 I J'n: iSj I IN c Saturday, Aug. 30. CORRECT STYLES. I IIATTI'-K, 15 State 8Ueot. HAD Jills MAN Bought hu of AMERICAN OLOlHirlG AND TAILORING 00, hi would not how mnrh tht wind thiongh hii We clothing BOJI Okildm nith Uubfit BE3I TAILOR-MADE CLOllllNQ At much lu> thmn Philiddphia pncu. Oni xi "t lendnrj 8AMPT.F OVFRCOAT8 worth OUT SAMPI P SUiili worth >nd for for Oklldlin'g Kvtt >nd SniU Md CLOTHING MADE TO t Qnn u tut hoon In iht to witk, nght 3 Cor. warren St. Ico Co. l CjltYJj'I'M. 10 FROM UIS1ILLKIJ WATHR. Will be prepared on and after leo FROM DLSTIT.T.Kn WATKR. AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES In quantities of one ton or more, 50 cents per cwt. In quantities of not less than 300 60 cents per cwt. Hill WUGIIl Delivered on platform at our works, corner Lamberton and Lalor streets This ice is Iree from all impurities of vegetable or animal matters, as it is made only of condensed and distilled pure water. We also guarantee our Hygeia Ice to be 25 per cent setter in every respecFand by far the most CLunuimuil for use. 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