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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - October 17, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VOL. IX. NO. 2113. TKKNTON, FKIDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBKK 17, 1890, TWO CENTS They Huf Coming Pmenu li FLAMES CLAIMED FIVE. Hairbreadth Escapes at the Le- lanrl Hotel Horror 1MMUI) IMO KIIHMJLY tu Attiiit the Ladder a a 1 M J lunged to the lit 1 ir A Man H ho caped 11U I g LiiUei One Arm Si HA L Ou the loss of i ft lie lu of tho Lelaad botwl is v) i ifiuUs n of tl luinil er given iueailylTo n iLjuiti of He disaster The i 1 arc only live I wo or three ina> 'I t tl en injuries aud it is confidenth i -fru 1 the hotel pecple that all tin uusbiuu h ive been accounted for At the jutside m t more thau two bodies are in (lit ruins T he number of those injure 1 uc or ling to the hat which follow b IB twcnt} four There were a hundred yuests find t verity five en ployes la the hotel to the latest re poiU tbe dfcud and injured are as follows Ihc Dead Aoofe Cuniti i hs New agetl years almost iiita tl) 1. U d died in patrol wagon Bridget i) vl Mart, Hi NY by junipiutf f MI sixth sioi) wiu William i. Hinuj hospital Marj Pa Idr-i I tun from sixtli ht w ID Rose Kd in aift- hospital Ihe Injtued George M I rr K 1 ufTalo bidl) injured An rjie Camj 1 Jh tars servant serl iijj ji d I t ixeu t bt Joseph s hospital ruaj il J (ur I utel burLefper hands, burned ij I uu of bimoti tuiiiiUjrk giieat ill ir u ul fllmg Miioke at Houfae of Good bhfih li t I >lt cltdutr njfbt leg aud b  sen ouhly u j r but mu) i n at hall Jot u I j nifiMet ol I it-Company No 4 fl PS eruhl J b> fallibfc wall Herbert oald K elif l t injured about bead by fall iDK do i t-t rs liurr t i- bj rae wounded tu 1 11 fr 111 )ul alali u of swuke I. U d cleaver killed ow N J tiled at Iry g rt lulled by JuDipmg -loM -3 jeai3 servant died at F W (lilu orr bod 1> 1 1 rt M bad b i td I lurtd iti uiJo pauy N 1 fa ftged U j ar- iuj I J ui d i iojured M Kicftt toe Ji jur 1 d of 1 Brooks Ijoc'inuln wjvere hlio U A eui L it i- ftu t I yean gietilef. t, U ears seriaul jU uud la i and left jVgfr.ic Uuthiei n i-uiberof rire Coin badl> t jrnt-d John Howlftt ien i of r L n [Miuy No -1 1 bit il piobdUy letter f i U_ tdia nervdnt btveiely iv agt-J }tapi t 1 a [.a-) b untd by Inctioti !i I lutirk pr di_ot of j br keii aukk aud   hurt aL it i- mdt 1 1 I t u e "U L( 11 oor, ftu t right ai in f rue t ured f L uud iujJitl uiti froru bb ck Bobeui en Ntw ri, auklp fmtt lircd iiod Ji u burned b fn tl a of rope at House of 0 JMrpttid i berv mit iDUnal i j irjf> L ills J by lali Uf-Tjje Sheau caj a t I sc an cr C inpaiy NuJ. burned b sai bf nli aj, J >turh taut cut ttuJ Uj kt-d Mir> Jjnan 20 jrfBn) L in; uud tra tuit of arm burned about fit. a J biiy fVvIo badly burned aad bti Frenzied People at the protjrutur of the Ocean Hotel at limb Hidiich hist discovered the noticing a luht in the stairway lead ing from th  in juey Hud wo.Uh uiid Wtt j ir Ifui i tl liLial le, heu I I t IB vv aid w the Hainew rushtd in 1 hen I hustled In the hall 1 c IH junure i Misy I) of thb om 1 anntr cornpatn an 1 i sonant logether we our 1 sfrnirVaj to the street Johnson dttiafied great attention as he made his waj from lloor to floor on oue leg carrv ing his artifi ctal limb under his arm He declined in of the ladies all offers of assistance Burroughs thciipe Georse b Burroughs the son of the eupeimtendent of the western oi the Ni w Central railroid and ager of the Buffalo Printing Ink company, bad a narrow As he came down on tha fire escape rope a woman went rush ing by him and waa lastantlj killed on the roof below Ihe rope then burned through and Burroughs fell to the roof He waa 1 adl} bruised and his hands were lac erate! Cora Tanner'i Clone Call Com Tanner the actress thus describes her thrilling experience I was aw tkened by a faint rinj, of the tlcttric bell in my room which waa on the fourth floor I sprang out ot bed on hearing i woman scream Fire aodopenelthe to find nothing but darkness and blinding smoke I hurrit-d to "a} valuables from under the pljjow and rushed into the corridor I found au open door through which several people were rushing Iqnickl} en- tered and saw a man trjing with difficulty to unfold a fire escape I moistened a towel and cohered my nostrils and mouth and then appealed to the man who was speechlesB from inhaling For God shake sate me He door as the smoke was filling the room and tried to open the window to low er the rope He couldn t do it 'Thereupoa I put mj clinched hands to gether and drove them the glass and screamed for help to those below Ihe answer was Don t come yet Pres entl} the signal came that tf e net was ready and the gentleman generoush sent me M> Laudscia-iped the sraall rope and after I had gone a fow feet I struck a piece of masonry My hold was neailj lost and after sliding one  every one for Ltie i i i whose ahiluj aud cou eervitisin hint done so much t elevate aud an 1 to win for Us efforts the respe t f the fottntry Sot Mlltm Not The speaku ii 1 tlut durstig the twent; seven jeirst r the urotherhood s ex tence hundreds of 1 ib r had been formed and jhe] but the bucre-s of tbe br d vv is d le to it-, uinw adherence to the light princu les upon it was founded the rule of-our Hmc -bat- n WJIH iu compatible w ith oar liberty and c juld not humve Over IJ soeiPties been fotmed to put n practice socialistic ideas The "peakei "did thej had been headed bj earnest self sacrificing and devoted peo pie and wrecked bj Iisciples who could ppt nloug w ith u bo 1) in this wurld and would never I e received into the next Concerulnf; L ibor Organizations The speaker believed no labor orgamza tiou could perm uif nth succeed w hose sole and onl> object to increase wageb and diminish hours It lacka essential bond of mutual sympathy and brotherly help in bearing or lightening each others burdens The tem'ent> of such an organ ization is lueMtdbH and rapidly to col hsiuu and failure 1 lie fundamental of our brotherhood charitv and pro tectiou m securing and maintaining jour rights lour record is unexampled in the history of the contact between employer and employes at home or abroad in the harmonious relations which been maintained and in the intelligence and prospentv of your members The Tiusth of Capital and Labor Concerning the trust epidemic, Mr Depew said a few years every- thing from pme lands to peanuts, and from steel rails to sar lines has been or gauized into some form of corporation or trust Ibis universal effort the individual to divide the people Into em ploying companies and and to destroy competition will meMtably end in disaster Hustle legislation and the laws of trade will leave only the legitimate enterprises sumung In the same way and from the same causes therehave been several ambitious attempts to form gigan tic labor trusts which should combine under one central and autocratic author ity every occupation in which a wage earner or a bread winner could engage In all such assoc atious of trades and occupations hiving nothing in common, certain Dualities of audacity fluency of speech and capacity for manipulating caucuses aud entione push to tht front mauymeuwho know little of the great interests confided to their care. Labor must be is intelligent as capital upon its own Ihe committes which upon the employer or the road officer must Juiow its own business as well as he does otherw ise from con tentions because of ignorance comes the exereise of b ute force au I v lolence fails to secure that w hi eh in nine esses out of ten could huve been had bj intelligent presenlat on The bpeakcr did not believe a cabmeS member was qu ibfied to the claims of an engineer He then (Useiibed a futile attempt that-lie said was-made uue liibuif organization to enlist the Central m its plan to brttk. up the Uiotheihood of Loco motive Lngiiuers He defied them and stood b} tin engineers To dose a great line like the Central was almost i ciime he thought iml public opinion condemned the men who were responsible for the great wrong, and continuing he said "Years of successful trial, frank and friendly discussions with the employes of the Ctntnl upon questions of differences had lei mo to believe that d strike was im possible upon the lino of thit road In that trust I went abioad on mj annual holiday to have my hopes roughlj shat- tered it one Sunday evening b} a cable announcing that the words ebster s Dictionary flashed er the wne-, had caused tho mnds to de sert their posts ind the giuitest artery of commerce and travel ULtlie U-UUed States to be stopped But you weie true to the relations which for many years had been established and sustamt-d my fading faith in the cffiruj of any effort to maintain a satisfactory understanding between cap Hdl and labor Hie citizens of (he whole tountiy owe to the Biothert ood of Loco motive I nrsadobt of ititude fof the com h Mitj ftnd lire with which stood by their posts dui ing the recent tioubl s CorpflO Hiul All IKp Ml PHI I I 0 t 17 hilf 1 he friends of K h it I Hi ilvvater an man, whotTlidafiw ilavs were issembled at his late resident o No 80 Mifllin street, listening to the rending of tho t foi the dead pieMous to thefuneuil the floot Kflve Wft I ho miuisfer rpsp nod sev eral of tho relatives wore precipitated the ccllai None were serioiiRly hint After lliolr Vuiei itaii lour Ih  He said i i tl inj, t (.oueeal I II t w is U e wish to a[ pt ilit irunhii i j biothrtiiat ui Vn i ca Ihe p' i the Vdialf of s UM) 000 l ici lea 11 1 and would be 1 Mr Uil ui -.t tlie I i i i ts> an 1 to UK I i le of i i L him I i t f tl t Is I steamtr Uv Oct utha in and bei u i us uled Mr n J ul more or less cannot frighten ua I k with tonhdenee to the general elecuu for the triumph of Mr Gladstone wl j will give to Irishnif u the liberty tbat has been promised Extradition Will Vot be Aalied LONDOS Oct secretary Bal four has ordered a thorough mv of the cneumstances atteudu g theescape of Messrs Dillon and O Bneo but the gov eroment haa decided not to niiko any re quest of France for the surren ler of the fugitives Such a request would be diffl cult in Mew of the asylum granted by England to Boulanger and other French refugees Should the two vol iDtiry exiles set foot on Canadian soil the} will be ar- rested there Banker Millers Bad Kerord Oct Byrnes has investigated the record n this side of the Atlantic of WUham ausworth Mil ler whose wife, Cornelia V 1 Miller, ia held a prisoner awaiting extradition to England for baring in her possession money alleged to have been stolen by the swindling Londoa banking hu of James E Field Co in which cru HU Miller was a partner According to Rvrnes Mil ler was the man who under the hrm name of W H Co mulcted confld ing people in this city out of about 000 in 18-SS and then fled In Miller failed in Chicago owing OKI to differ ent firms Subsequently t c ipeued a banking house us Chicago under the of flemmg 1 here hfe worked i fund scheme similar lo the speculnuve Hynrli cate he engineered Ne v lork aud bagged He w as arrested, tried aud sentenced to Joh t j nsoii but secured i tempuiar> sta> of ee lings and jumjel his bill Hi-, u xt exploit was his iccent 1 ondon swn 1 Miller is wauled here foi the V. H li 1 u Co operations for which he licted New O t i7 lai u v H ill re (ene i last i e he fusion ticket u h toftle ountv Dim cracj j-> U e Dem ti v and the otli i the Pec pie-, Vlliaic whieh aims at excise reform Lne Keiublirdn couuu committee have mdr rsed the fusion ticket Cruekcr M iv Kecoier. SAN rl VM Ia( 0 O t 17 Crocker of Miili nine Clmiies r Crueker of the bom hern Pacific railroad who fell down a stu nv last feundav and fraetu ed his is showing marked im 1 rovunent in his condition, and, it is be lieved that he will recover imj bell s Victory CULL MI Oct l compromise bill the one _iving t ie k o remov tl e b ird oi j ubhc improve mt tit ot lu miUi lu 1 to be elect 1 at A-pril election has the cinite Iloineh Or 111 in laborers Bl-Pl IN Get r ihe government 13 about tj fiect 4 OU i woil ingmeu s dwell in N itii lit rliu Ihe empuor n agltatiu0 the on of cheap railw 13 HUU4L t uioii 'o ind fiuiii the citv7or th  u in 1 1 IM m L st i t haw mote tluiu U me blown tu at u ill s rein ttiy As u as 1 ut thite i i in and S e 1 being n a tnvs i j ued and those not sei nsl; llrv w i John McCartj Pali t k O dii 1 1 inek bolau In oue coiner of the I i 1 r was situated the couveitir tilled 1 luu metal and inun diateh uu Icr is u pool ot water Ihe vapor and 1 t iv s it mosphere m i ie it almost imp to !iuvtl in i M( i i i o h i 1 di t tl e t iv. ittr IKK! 1 tu t iru olf a stop e ck u d n in ment laUi f JUT tous of mt lal w tie i eeijnlHl d i the i litre was H 1 ni 1 ipf t mil ihe molten met il wti t flv in all directions wrecking tbe building He Hit) Aftre HlMMus N O t 1 risse) living i ear heie while uudei the influence of liquoi lue t the bed ou brother idh 1 un his entire side Hii n liu m is cnti cal aud fatal results UP ft trt-d Men sev was arrested an 1 i U ed in j t 1 The Famous Cocoa of Europe Tha Coming One of America. V in Houten's h Lent more jf the flesh Conning dements of i ocoa than is obtained by the best processes of other manufacturers. "BEST GOES FARTHEST.'1 Doctor's and mal> sts of the highest standing all over the world, certify to this immense saving, and by VAV i v s spec i il process only e in this be attained AI II il IKV A oncw tr ed i posaoooflBthe groat, of all nj ir us effucU on tlio ufthew rll tl) s t Cocoa c or other cocoua u hnU Mud ilck, rich and poor nrvu n if stem No woadar that in recommended bj medleul men Imte for dally by children o Ask far VAN HouiiS B Umbrella and Vallae The> lil iiue the MtKtn Gl AS( i O 17 1 lit M Gilt of tht largest in ishu uud m IIUM f u f 1 1 L C ale L it t) t i jet stated I t ti a 1 i e to the effects ot the Mill r Mm al il us 1 ibl ui s nt is t o I if h i FAIL AND WINTER I 5 Hj Ts! I IN C Saturday, Aug. 30. 15 Bast State Street u b 1 ONIDOI LAIt RIH UNI UOHAli K tin mt tin id upon h.ut and made it  USL in or out of tliL and led the tiade will bt cannot be undu-'old OH H'all Overcoats, Capo Overcoats, w V c ic i A' cu i Cure If you Dave made up >our mind to buy Hood 3 Sarsapanlla d 1 1 ot be Induced to take any other A Best n 1 idj wfcose example is worthy imitation K 1 s lur experience below In one store v, hf re I ent to buy Hood a Sarsapanlla the cltrk tried to induce me buy their owu instead oHJiods he told me their s would last longer, tint I might taire it on ten lo Get Both the method and results -when of Fi0'S is tal en, it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, ami pentlj }et promptly on (lie Luer and tlun-fi tin tem efftctualh, dlK luad aclies aud and li ihitual constipation nip of 1 igs 13 the only remedy of its kind ever pro duced, pleasing to the taste aud ac ceptable to the stomach, prompt ui Us action and truly heneficial in its effects, prepared only from the mo-t healthy and agreeahle substances its man) excellent qualities conniiend it to all and have made it the most popular known of Figs is for Bale in BOc and ?1 bottles by all leading dni-g gists Any reliable drugj.i-t may not have it on hand ill pro cure it promptly fur an} one vh) wishes to try it. not accept an} substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO CAL LOUISVIIIF, fY AflV niiK, H Y Special Notice. AND OVJiRCOAlS OF ANY DESCRIPTION. u and trtsb lor Fall and Winter Fine Clothing to re one ot oui '-ptualtics Full Dress Suits read) made Sinclair, Van n ost Co., 39- 39 First Floor and 41 and 43 Second Floors days' trial, that If I did not like It I need not pay anything etc B t ho could not prevail on me to change i tuld him I bad taken Hood's Sarsapanlla knew what it was, was satisfied nlth It, and di 1 n it want any other When I began liking Roods Sarsaparllla I was feeling real miser it Ic with dyspepsia, and so weak that at times I could hardly llood'o stand I looked like i person in consump- tion. JIood s Sarsaj inlU did mo so much good that I wonder at myself sometimes audmyiricndifrequcnllj It MRS ELTI A GOFF 61 Tin it e Street, Boston Beftdqn tow leri for Tidnki and .isai a .L.st Hires' Boot Beer IB made frotn the senulne roots, barks and berrlee Not llho a great many others tbat are doctored ImltHtlonn ol It One 25 cent package makes five gallons No trouble to Sold bj all six for Prepared by C I HOOD A (o t i-arlgs lowoll IV'ttas 100 Dosos Ono Dollar Wilcon Wholesale anu HeUil Healers in best grtulen ttf LBUIGH AND BITUMINlUB COAL. 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