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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VOU VITT. NO. ?120. rKKNTON, MONDAY AFTUKNOON, 8FPrKttBKK 1890. TWO DISASlERSON I HE RAIL Four People Killed in 3 Wreck at Chicago THU VrtrlL KhUHM. HKICK The Number of Killed KxieedH a Hcure IluvUed Lint of the and the berlouHj) Injmid 1 1 iremtui Huiutted Allvti IJefure HiH I'uueilehH Comiades. CHKAOO Sept ii tour pimuus (lead two dying and five sen jusly wounded waa the result of somebody a carelessness al Douj-JjiH paik station SI nrHj_ after 7 p in a tnilu of chj IllinoiB Central road stopped (it Kelpie It wai the last of foui bections which iking home a of excurslouifats ho had go' U> Adillunn to enjoy At the tram was shunted ou to the Burlington tracks, and at Douglas park itation it stopped As It backed toward tht west the Downer Grove express of the and before brakes could be set or an alarm (thin the pilot of the Burlington engine went crashing into the rear end of the picnic train Ihe second car was a light suburban one The one behind and the one ahead of it were regular passenger coaches a great deal heavier Four Dead, Two Hill Die Whin the Burlington coach struck the rear coach of the train it rose from its trucks and plowed the tinder box in its wa) tor ten feet it was af omplete tele- scope The heavier coach behind cut down ihc light one in front as though rt was an egK shell and the human beings in its way wt re ground to death or cruelly injured, two of whom mil die M inj others were sllghtl) hurt and all aboard the picnic tiain and the Burlington passengers were shaken up Folh wing is the list of killed and injured Killed I il) Dinmer 18 years old Martha Dlimter a sister of Lilj Iwounknown men oue apparently about 18 and the other 23 j ears of age The Fatally Wounded The names of the fatally wounded are as follows Mmnie Pilgrim 23 years old, both legs broken and some internal Injuries Otto Sjhloff 18 ears old, badly crushed and not expecu 1 to lne Others seriously hurt the following _ _ Ixjuis leg broken Albert T5er gir foot crushed Henry >ewman face crushed Tilhe Burke collar bone broken and internal injuries, Freda Heswick, left leg crushed Flremiin und Lnarlneer Had the Burlington train been running at a high rate of speed person in jhe car would have met instant death Citi Bens carried most of the killed and injured into the little depot before the police ar rh cd No of oner had the Accident pened than the conductor of the Illinois CeLtral train uncoupled the telescoped cars, and with the rest of his train drew Into Chicago The police at once sent word to the central station ordering the arrest of all the train hands but only the conductor and the brakeman could be found, the fireman and engineer hav ing fled me Horror on tne Keodfng RF Pa Sept 22 persons in jured in the wreck at Shbemakerville on the Reading railroad who were transferred to the Reading hospital are being taken to their homes as rapldlj as their condition will permit" and this morning there were only six remaining in the hospital The scene of the wreck wag visited Sunday by thousands of people The damage to the tracks has been repaired and trams are running as usual Ihe locomotive was moved from its resting place in the rher to a point near the bank lodaj the cor oner began his inquest It is not probable that anything new will be elicited The disaster is regarded here as having been unavoidable Over a Score Dead. The names of twenty two of those known to have been killed appear below Augjtock, David MabaooyCity Bausman Joseph Philadelphia Becker, Joseph, chief burgesS, AlAnnnoy City Fox Edward i agod 41, reMovillo, Fox Mrs Edward J aged 39 Pottsville Fredericks J E Pottsville Fredericks Mrs J E PottsUlle Greenswald, A. A mail agent Potts- vilie Hoffman, Frank, Mahanoy City Hoover Solomon, aged 60 Pottsville Jacoby Harry, stone cutter Pottstown Kaercher George R aged 45, Pottsv ille Lambert George Tamaqua Loughm Hairy conductor of express Miller John F Cressona, Osburn, John, Philadelphia. Bheedle, John, Philadelphia, P and R engineer Summers Michael Mahanoy City William D Reading __ Templm Tames fireman Pottsville Vanderslice N C Phcenixville White, John engineer Pottsville Injured Among tne most seriously injured are following' Ashfleld Joseph, Mahanoy City, bruise  lUlt V J Shcnaiidoah haud badl> ut ai d br Km kulick, John Mount Larmtl hurt lu uruaUj and hand inish I Logan t d b inasttr 1'utts r-ille lall) mjuie I in tin back an I In il John bhenan 1 ba 1 v hurt internally T f i p f 1 tr r th bad OM-i right eye ann puia lyft aim bruised Jsoll JOM ph Shi ah it about head HI d U ft sh mldf r r )ken Hi laud Harrison Philadtli h' i b th TegH broken an 1 hurt in Ihe di --f irnmewi illiani Ashland h nt about the bodv Shollenbtrger, Samuel Hamburg kfea injured olhday Or I> P JimgRold right aim badly hurt Sonau John L IA export Ptnn and Heading in na left cheek b ne broken he id cut and left haud 'ucerattd feouderw (JIOIKB Kcadmg, badlj hurt about back and neck Southwo xl Jor-eph Ccntraha b ly cut and Jiiternall) injured John Ikill both hurt >v, ttn knee left hip 1 ru M 1 MTOUM. Po dl) brui-it i i hoi ntmj Ft hn Leesport b idh cut ab ui head and severtl} injure 1 I trmr Jacob botlr broken Literally Bo iHted Alive (JM'HA Neb Sept I train o i tht frnn St L uii due at Council bluffs at i a in wrecked at J W o clock bj going thr t a tie-ilk flfi) fttL hlyh alioui tell miles Bouthi ast of this eit} J we he t UM lo i ie 1 with tinware hmlware and other rner clnn lise c rif t ink c ii of tar in 1 e irs of beer i re totally cars were 1 Ih engineer Mirtin ndg( and tin fireman JOM ph Jiurke b th of Manbun Mo kil.ul J -5knd0e was c i ushf 1 d alh under his ngme and wai burned to a h indful of asr e-s an J bits of bone Burke was pinned dow n b) a truck covered with tar fr< tn the tank ind literallj roasted alne re 1 s h rrificJ comrades who wen unable to extru te him and themneUes susttined severe 1 he ad t rakun in K fj illiamson MUCU Mt thrown cntr two carj find on the engine from which he re- bounded i u to the IT  MLIVII-X The provisions of the n, u 11 while mtne. tariff bill as the bill i i fiom the house and as it now stands i i .te n nendrnents Is a complete r i i r of the people s interests to for r i 1 1 isted of as such by them The i h is in jour hands mtting ill sugars not above 16 or t ibovi li Dutch standard in color free f 'in Kith mt restrictions again opens 1 vrs to coloration frauds which were li 1 not killed bv the bill of March, t 'tei veais of constant fighting by riter It is not a qiitstlon b it a cer mtv tli it all Mi.jars not ibove 10 D fa Mil le jinported for refiners audit the i 1! D S nil foreign prodnccra i 1 lor their sugars to the duty Onlj I a-stard yellow sugars, if any are s.elj to come in refined below 16 D S i 1 even these catmot compftc with the ..ride centrifugals that will come in ie of duty to refiners who can then pro u p cllow refined and undersell foreign fin d yellows There will be no sugars xitid that are not below 16 or 13 D S ci lor, as under the new schedule the old r itiou .frauds w Ul be in ful i n d be protected by law 1 li it sh mid be a proviso something as II ns PrjMdtd that all sugars not I 1! or 10 (which overllne is il pi id) D S in color testing above 80 ,r> i s in the polanscopc shall pay a duty f t tire" tenths of a cent per pound am: vt of a cent per pound addr tl for ever) degree or fraction of a de HI above bu degrees B> some such pro i the RON eminent can maintain coutiol i importations of sugar and protect till K sts of the people i the nmtntyirtitn proves farce ill onsumers will bo at tho meicy ol i mn producers and refiners of sugar 1 IH pr mso will alsoalTord some protei i n I o milasses boilers The time for dls ing of the 1890-91 crop of domestli (u ir before the bill goes into effect shouh to Mm 1 181U, in justice to iiodurcrsof sugars in Ihis country, who r f ntitled to the protection of the pres i nt tariff to that exU nt at least A Uommin Suicide HARTFORD Conn Sept 23 bodj of Miss Mia Btecher of Rallston Ion i count v N Y has been found in liver Miss Beecher who her mother nn 1 nurse have beei upending the summer at Parmington dls fVnn. her boarding at now on 1 nday anrl it in presumed that sin committed suicide thtough slip having been in poor health shewn; a member of one of the most proinincn families in Rallston George N. Pucker, 530 and 533 Perrj etreet, Apposite Ewlng street, sells nothing but Upper LA high Bed Ash White Aah Ttyli. TOSSED BYTHE TEMPEST The Awful Ordeal of the Abbie Clifford s Crew 1HJ VIM UN Mm Five on the Open Sea Lpon a Haft with II ilf a. Box of KnUins for Ki (id V llu lllliin Story of Peril oil the On ui li c St 1 1 n he steamship Oniuci fiom f t mu la )esterdu> brought nto poit s i n ihey were St r r .and siv of tha crew of the Abbie Cliff il a gallant birk which waa ck d n tJie storm while making the 1 etwe n B st jo and the Uurbadoes I heir Ht rl< T f their disaster and their finite, as heartreudlutt as t tie-) that have come from the sea All hid well the Vbble Clifford till tl h 1 1 _, t miles to the wjuthwest of Bt rinuda   things of the ves. Caj t jrer an 1 his crew did n thing th it neirts and hands could i) but all their efforts were unavall ing il e '-hip completely at the mercy of tl f st >rm M lit Ing for tht Wont. Then thev waited patiently for the worst to comfi tit (tjtair wlioisanaged mar iner with 1 M wife c to him and his cr v, of --i1! 1 airing mtn around him Tht skjf per f f IP tht m be >f cheer, nd his wife fervently for aid but no rh 4 lut t came into the skj and n jt a sail w t-> n sight Once the) thought the> co il 1 IN r rn a long line of smoke outlined a-, ill -.r tl e louds but the next moment u hil faded awa} and death in that terrible sea seemed their inevitable fate Tom of WaNr Sweut the Ship Fiercer and fiercer the storm, and tons upon tr js of swept the ship Ihen a cr> of 1 orror arose the roar of the elemenTs The captain and his wife clinging to- geihei tried awaj from the shiji and were being tossed upon the crests of the w moment and to the great joy of th sailors the waves restored them hut it was not lor long Almost the next Ins ant the sea claimed them again and again thtir waa miraculous Ptirted by a A third turn the) were carried away and. one of ne er returned Wearied with the strife the captain s wife could cling no louder u r cjul 1 the old skipper her from the that parted them In an ir stant she had disappeared V few moments later the ship went to pit tn bne broke into three parts and a littlu later was merely a lot of drift wood on a Baft. effort Capt fctcrer and his crew succeeded in lashing a few pi inks and wpars together and on these foi five the} drifted about on the ocean with oulj one half box of raisins to subsist on Hunxrj and famished and almost it the point of death on the fifth da) the r fe' ovvs were rescued by the barkeutme iJeatrice that had herself just come through the storm with only the inamrnab leffc Bermuda with them and tlurTtm) shipped on the Orm oco Ihebhip was the piopertj ofthecap tain aud u pud wad >nly partially cov ered b) irance Capt Storer, who is 65 jeaibol ib1- 1H heartbroken the loss of his oil woman 'as he callb her Hi has lost her an 1 all he had in this work besides but still he told a reporter he lovec the sea BY A HURRICANES RAGE "rfce FrlgMiul of British Ship A eiitura SAL FRANCISCO Sept 22 The British ship Ventura put in irom a hurrlcauo she encountered bept 1 in latitude 129 west The Ventura sailee from here Aug 6 for estport, Ireland, On Sept 18 the captain noticed signs of an approaching storm and prepared to mee it Ihe wind and sea increased all night and in the morning there waa a fearfu gale blowing B} 12 it had increased to a hurricane shred of canvas on the yaids was whipped to fragments, and th ship flew ah ngun Itr bare poles Suddenly an euoimous wue was seen approaching OVCt lOOfteiiiifeli IL tho vce sel for a moment and then passed oleai over it Everything movable wag washed away Iwo of her boats, rails and stan thi< IIH WHIP ti rn i lean oil tiud Ihe iron door of the lee cabin was burst In as if by a battering i am and the cabin fl with water Two men Paul au able seaman and John a sailraftker, were swep overbo ird and drowned Ihe waves grow heavier pounding- Sud deuly she turning clear ove on her aide the wt ithtrbtlg above water Alternately the bulwarks t  assmtnnt e lit ir ot llu H Com panion dud Siuula) m lining at the resi deuce of Ins s n in law P Wil Ron in ambndgc Mr oudburj wa 04 )ears i f "as born in Barre, Mass camo to Boston ago and ha lutn coniu tf 1 with 1 ho Com pinirn f i jiais His death wa cuisfd bj taiutr Hi havet a wife twi sons two daughters and a brother am sister Vtt K ki d w lib un Vx Oa Si pt Aaatterap was madt tj I innk Proctor anc his wif( id) nh U they were asleep Both won fiul (full) ut and bruised with an ax Prot toi s In tin i 11 ears old tf t Q leved to bo tho pupt Liator of tho fiend ish deed yon have that tired feeling of ex hniiRtlon and you have little ambition yolll blood Is thin and poor, there IB nothing lha' will enrich your blood bring back life ant activity like Hires' Root Beer A CONGRtablONAL FORtCftoT M Tarltl Mm tn tho 1 ..1.1 lit "ll ll S via s, pi Ibi week mil L ti uc tu work i nished pio i mime out-luied i lubll au cdil us an 1 111 ish if Scnat r I ill-, t ill f the i uprenio n 1 11 nil munds it 11 i 1 i-l mils whleii is 1 u 1 is li n m week ill i ir I il h i il the stu it m si l the bill to ti n i tin ii w line n HI trt is i t U i j del u ,he il HI r I lls n gramme will 11 mrrti than LUUIVI i .he sumtc t usv luni k thi i .onfert n t. i i N n the ent> hill an I ll t! 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