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Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey VOU IX. NO. 2138. rKKNTON, MONDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBKU 13, 1890. TWO CKNT8 A FATAL CHICAGO FIRE. Three Men Were Literally Burned to a Crisp THEHLKOISMOI VIOMMIOIHrH She from a tudow with Her Baby uud Fatally Iijmt I but Htr Body Uroke the Child H I nil iiid Saved of Itrroi CHH AI.O Oct H 11 n i miu burned to death HI d a w >m in w as fatallj lujund at a small fire c LIU it I at !Ti iir tn J it s I i j houl ItUdiid ibd Past atitu ihi dead are A I lit of Hi.: ml Edward Payton toluiul of age porter of the huttl 1 wo IIHII respt (.tivelj Ai and 35 yeaca of Ihe fatally injured woman was Minnie Robiusou_ i'anlc Gut tin The fire WHS caustd bj Hit explosion of a kerosene lamp in tht hall on the fourth floor Iht bu rung oil set fife t j tfil stair wny and soon u-sheel of thinte btuat fruiu tht-reai lows An alarm w is itnme diately turned m and a su HI I one fol lowed the minutes later Ihe guesta ol the house were awukuie 1 bj the noise of the flre uiKinei flnd ru lifd fmm their rooms lo find the h illwu; (11U I wnU di isc binoke 1 he suintiU aitirtd imimtt" Sloped abuut to find a t) of s, iial Duniif, her fearful flight through tin tir M c held onto the baby and wuiiitrtul tj i elate th little one was tin niiinjniL i IJLII the mother fell her bj 1) u i 1 a cushion to break the fall I >r the chi 1 Burned to H 11 sp In a very short tunt the hit is undti control and toe firun ib to search the house In a ru in the f mth H or h I ward the e orud porter of tne hotel was fuuud burin 1 t> i ihe search wah continue 1 an 1 t! c fn men s j jn found in another rjom 01 tie mint fl or the charred bodies of tw j unknmn men who fauJ been caught in th agreed to a friendlv faeries of games not to exceed nine in number It w is aU understood that the club winning a ma jority of such games shall be entitled to be called the world s champions of 1891 The umpires agreed upon to officiate ire John McQuaid selected by the club, and Wesley Currey, selected bj the Brooklyn club The following is the schedule of sramea In Louisville Thurs day, Oct 16 Friday, Oct 17, Saturday Oct 18 Monday, Oct 20 Tuesday Oct 21 to be left as an open date In Brooklju ThurfcrtH} Oct 23, Fndaj, Oot 24 Sutnr day, Oct 25 and Monday Oct 27 If the ninth game is necessary to decide the series the place and date will be de terramed hereafter The Sunday game was At Columbus Columbus Toledo 000000000-0 Base hits Columbus 13 Toledo 0 Frrors Columbus 1 Toledo 1 Batteries Gast right and O Connor Smith and Sage Mrs. O'Connor's Mishap LONDON, Oct wife of Mr Arthui O'Connor member of parliament for Donegal, was found late Saturday night lying m a pool of blood in an uofrequenttd part of one of London's suburbs It was evident that she had jumped or fallen from an overhead railway station near the spot She was injured, and has remained unconscious ever since found The lad) was not long ago under treat ment for mental aberration, but was thouglit to been restored to her nor mal condition It is supposed that in a sudden til of lusnuity-sfee wandered nway from home and either attempted suici Je or accidentally fell from the station Tif it in 1 t n ei RI t J 1 ll tt) J 1 I t U UIIS HU a 1 ue s r lit 1 ol tl e i O Mahunt-3 IN StifmiMlj 111 ll! f I I O t H 1 het is i 1 d ul I th it Mr Muh me) is sen jiislj 11 It be ntu i it htt I inH his n line fiu i the tndu tmtul f tht, it i al Ms i uw MI ti lal or t a Ijout u iht ase I en IJIIK the rtsult of his illnehs1 An Itutndlury I uched IIoMiH la Oet H tiank jlon 1 who contesse 1 I Sett ny hn. t the ra-Hidenee ol Di Pate at In Oct 9, was lynched last night His b h fouuU his morning'iVMiifiing to tl t limb of a We IHE CENSUS ATTACKED. A Sensational Story Printed in New Yoi'c DI Ml D IN 1010 U VSIHNMON NEW YORK ATHLETtS W N It la nearn ei IUH remarKam Mlahlv I as ke[ t lilm allM until nt w A uuak i in in w j il 1 1 e sun umbed le um lip well HI 1 in u e tl t bedai lu of lur HOvIE ONCE MORE The President P isnt- The Grand Duke >tichola9 Insane ST PFTtlibliUHO, Oct 13 has trans- pired that ftt the close of the military maneuvers m olhynm, the Grand Duke Nicholas chief m command of the arun suddenly became insane His mental de rangement is the result of diseise from which he has long been a sufferer and the effects of which were aggriuuti 1 by the strain incident to the maneuvers Ihe physicians pronounce his case a hopeless one Iiun Men Off for Chlengo- Prrfsmmo, Oct 13 members of the Iron and Steel Institute of Great Britiuu and the Verem Deutsoher Ji n PUW'IM! Absolutely Pure. A of ttrtn powder. High Mt of in IT B. OOT- Siimla} Ouletly at laaiunnpollH Ind INDIAN H Ind U Presi lent H urisun and part) rt tehed this cit> at 0 o clock Stiwlaj inorning after an un eiitful run from st L HI is 1 he ear in hicll tne purtj ti n il-i IT placed un a spur track near the L nion station and the occupanta did not make their appearance until 8 otloxk Mr J K Mekee the president s law, act umpuniul by MuKoo, their 'jt'if nvti other relatives and friuuds came the stilt ion il alLwere aud iflectiou atel} greeted bj the presi Jtnt I he dent in company with the M t ji w ere greeted much in the s unt m inner w uld e IK en had bteii c illinc, ujjr n Gen Hit nson u Ins law flic I ater in the afternoon the [irt si lent ind tarj Irac) were driven abjut the and mibseqiipntlj the former took tta it the McKee residence where he tht ing receding calls of old fiienls iiid At 10 W the president ind his party returned to their s[ e lal car in which they passed the iej artmg for the east 'Big I un r at H n morning stops will be rn ide at a num ber of places in Indiana an 1 Oln j During the da> the president freqututh fur news of the condition of Ju-uce vuller and expressed the deepest sjh itule as to the probable result of his illriHis. The Shooting an General COLISIOGA Cal Uct men raided tbe saloon of Stephen Rich last night near the Br id ford quicksih er mine in Lake county AH boon as the raiders en tered general shooting began and Mrs Rich was fatall} shot Rich was ako wounded and one of the raiders named McGuire was killed outrigbt nett, a hanger-on at the saloon escaped far and feathers is supposed to beeff intended for him Ihe raiders are iup posed to be of the mine The raid was no doubt made to clear the saloon of the persons occupj ing it A Lnnatic'B Frightful leap COLCMBIS 0 Oct Ink a number of insane patients at the Central were released from their war Is ne jf them t rank Kessler dyed 4J h iped frrm the roof seventj feet to the walk be low crushing himself so that he hied but a few moments In his fall he struck another patient Joseph H Renner break ing arm and otherw ise seriousls mjur mg him but it is thought not fatallj An Incendiary a Suicide Mou Oct. Sundaj morning Herman lessee of the Thomas mTIT of thih place attempted to burn Nelson story s mill in order to de stroy competition He was but escaptd and the fire extinguished Later Schultz committed suicide by hanging himself w ith a handkerchief at the end of a freight The Blind OriranUt H ully Hurt Oct Bisch off the blind organist of the tional church and ihe comuusei cif pieces of IIIUMC of nation il c i ulant) waa knocked down b} a horse driuti A reck less dmer Ihe wl eels of the t image passed o'ver his body and his plus i in le ports him as being in a critic il u ml ion Two TiEtmps Killed riiVMMK.s Ills Oct 13 in Illinois Central tiain w is Ih m sborothe eiumeer discovered that his train was biokeumtwo A moment later the rear section dashed into the foiwaid section, demolishing several cars Two trunps in a car of lumber were killed JmlgA Denitt'fl Horrible Death CII-MIAND O Oct 12 J L Dewitt of the c mirnon pleas court for and ad) mingtotinti -A was run a train near Sanduskj Sundaj and nistantlj killed Judge Dew itt TS out hunting and stepped from the ti k to Hvoid a train and was struck by a tnm on the other tiack He was a man of fine abilities and was uimcisallj A DpRdl} Shouting VfTi M LIMA 0 Oct s hm ff r qmr leUul with Ins fatlur S h ipf fer and knocked him down 1 IH father while down pulled n >Uor and shot Juhn in the bieast inflicting a pi il) iTiIy fit at wound John thui pulle 1 his re shot his father twice killing him instantlj A HoiKfl Hiinfl Aniurk ZAMSMITF O Oct 1 i A horse at Inched to a wagon ran away" on Mhln street Sunday It dashed mi i n tnw If 1 sidewalk nnd ran a number of people, killing William Ballengtr andfitillj in juring Mis George Otheis wero badly injured Roboit Sclillllng for Confrirsq Mn WAUIU f, Wis Oct H Robert Schilling the well known labor Rgitfitor has been nominated for congress by the Union Labor party in the fourth congres sionil diHtuct Mrtiiy from thr Nips In. SAV Oct 13-Thirty one me nbers of the erew of the United States steamer Nipsic have just deserted the U nisi M I j n ipii it fv pix. in the u ntiiinii utj t ali, tlvwn the latun f N w rk i IH-i JU) lhat an oidtr wris gueii an oflicer in the census office wi h n without the kn whdgeand appr )f lngli in the gov ernm nti t j K 1 i e the triu ren-ais of New ue i i) s uls Ih it tlu state of New re winch h is 1 st popula tiou w is t( be scaled up so that its pres cut quutd of c ngresM nnl repuscntatiou should n t be d ingel Ihit Him is Iowa is an 1 Mini e ti wpre t le c untt 1 ai d tn it thi I un i] hs ind st p i il ti c fi m M itf t[ u t i u I the smtler upon M tt growth Ib I ei n- n Maine lit pralU isdl Mi nne m a st pid ll at i es wtrt tj be 'jumued ttt- that shr w u Liealest ere to sutTei t th evtent ol 14 to ei fit "lliat tl t 1 re--earel t s t u at f! Ill AJl D Ul elriNtre t B tin s infin 111 K 1 f Ihe m iv j b h ic to a large it in 1 11 at when tbe )HJ frightened tht vel the secret ofhu t ishmgton to i ji ru ai t nt munu Bailev Hunk Manhattan, Atuh UL h hid ik Athl tK t lub w 1 ami mneuiieiH UMR-UK e th Mi After the hut t DC of tlu is over the u 1 weut enjoy the "f tht t or to Uke lu tht t 1 -visitors hitvr hil rl L1 but the "T U istK ex- pression of apnoval to leirl u all sides w athlctrH itt I __ IhtjbeiiHH ion of the diiy WHS I h Owen Jr 's, phenomenal tune in tt H He won the lust an 1 ln-i s Ia94o sf i nida thus breaking t ev amateur rtjLonl h> one fifth f i s The old rerori ha 1 stut d for tl nt tn Owen is fruni Detroit C h Ni 11 of the MaulmttH i club won th one mile walk i in 41 1 5s The 130 hurdle race i ired bv t Duchnine jf the Detrou Ml tic club in ItisBtomls 0 Downs wun the 140 yard run in seconds M M irphy ut-et irubia t ns that tlu ml 1 heat ilds uiid l tUi >ti u k t tl n ire 1 n i> h H u I inten tl inj 11 i-. i hit ot the inj itc-1 t M t le ami Mike N w u k I hn (_ r ss Patrick oult an 1 I hu Dittei Httnt AMU the 111 I h (Mil J hi N tu wl t recenth f tulit a Iraw with 1 ir rm at Ilia If i I I'a s he Is w t the WHIMI of the V arren Ru ht i it Vu Oilems- before out if tit rtfilJs' TtiFrp fnrtv fait-pUFae w-lll ws A. B lit ifce one mile run in 4m 4 5s I i 1 captured the 220 jard dasli in Ihe five mile run went to 1 I 25m Piauk P three m le w ilk in J3m 3M 11 run was eai tured b) H I lm 5J 1 IJu hrftne won tl hurdle raet in 2o 4 I1- braj txctlled m putun-, ti shot His inco w us ki ft won the L His tistfinee wns o ft 10 in 1 s was kins at thro v tht 1) j ment M lit re f r Tin t t thf i ist ir 1U w r! hi ei in p i Ih it e uii-li ev J L e ti t, j 1 t-cr lit the w ho e. (t su-- n It pi n lent of the exposure- m New or! eitv J lOhprution of the Case IheVi r 1 i ir her said tint a certain Mr Mort n r, t 1 the w >rk Ihe secou 1 -t J) ititet hou-e at retained a few da tnj then returned to the ceuMi> ____ 1111 1 ht rid story the landlaUfl tie h i-t Mi- Duling grew curious to kn w! tt w jrk was being prjbLCUted '-I 1 Nor ton an appointee in t le census office from Kan ind Census lerks Sarvis Church "W ilson and Oeiiv ius w ho were on the work f jr bhe did not any bhortlj after this in cident a it miss of census material burned in the -seer n 1 front room of the D street h A. m in n uued Nel son was u 1 to he in eh of the work A from Washington The special this morn ing Ihe st printed in a New paper chi rting tne census depart ment with hauug dehberatel} andfraudu lenth 1 the returns aa to increase n il n j resent ition in Republican states and ise it in Democratic states is received here with indignation among Republicans and fur minded Democrats en tin se w ho are not fair minded do not hesitate to s-n that the story is highly im probable ns is upon the unsup- ported statements of in irresponsible cor respondent wh cites onh one witness, and that witness denie- er hiu ing told such astorj to am one Hie I) Stiert_H The pt p wl the house on D street, w here it i- cli tli it certain cen bus rt-tin Hi were bui i t d HI or ler to cover up the alleged fi i I ilent work are em phatic in thi ir deni tN th it anv such thing ever happenel theie "N census work of anj kind w is dt ne m the house Ihe landl id) never curious to know what work was be in 151 losecuted there because, as she she never hid inj reison to supped tl at mi out di4- ui} work there No papers w le ever burned in an open firepl ice on 11 e m I fl )or for the veiy jjood rt ison tli tt tin ie is no open firepl ice on the see nd r of thehousL m Dstieet Mej hen u the man m ntioned as thf tmh'ential el rk to al lettd erif 1 ul work was in t rust t 1 is not a contidt i ti il el i k in the m f >i been tpK ti med and t M rj one ment ion ul in it i it H all) (Umm to their kn m ledge Sce-ret-vij of the Interior Noble and Act ing Supenntt ntlent Childs both brand the storj as a ninlioious IIP I lie Wmld todnj that it further information until all the denials are in Rube Iturinua Mtulo a Will (.HirsMIII Aln Oct has ind wntttni coiupining the last will and nt of Rubo Hunows which w sud t> luivo been written in Biewtonsomewttksayt Si vtraldcmnlsof appt tied but toda} it is lourned from an autht ntie mce that I F Greene, anattoine) at liiewton Ala has stated thftfe hfifl wrttton Hurrown' will nndthftt it would be in idf public in due time Ihe w ill 3 nil of his ropt rt) w Inch is in three I onisiana and Mis his son and daughter The es tinmte put nj n tho rope rty IB Ihe 1'iiiK. IrolK Hurt I O( t M I ho Prince of Waifs is said to bo niih It linit tin suggpstion tli at IIP fr in tho iia tional musunl fistuil of on the ground that he npprt IK an exhibition of dialoj and h is icfuHPd it in report ed, to any (ommunication with Lord Penrhj n, w ho gave cnrrenej to the state ment and w ho was formerly a pST floual fi lend of the pi hit P mer He t 1 1 W ft i i I broad j imp went to A 1 l covered -i ft i 9 in V 1 war an 1 C I Q if ekbt 11 i thrown the jO p in 1 t t ft 1U in brt ikmy the i two feet NEAR1NG THE icle race, w u the tiling nnt ft m w m the 1 ilf mile 1 i in m i 3 ard ifee R lo ound 4 111 A jump M uhell m 1 ham uniimg nid He n tl L tug lied in 11 hurled 1 1} over The Death of in itt ri is Houilv W S Oct 3 sunned the i of n i still aim th s in n vitalitj h is s ir{ 11 1 There WHS n imj n n the cou li i n of the long hours of w tit ing detitU lit- 1 ui H breathing ih HI d w u i graduallv grow weaker t frtum 1 i 1 LI il less aud the nKitu been famtei v ith ach 11 His old frien 1 Pi f Smithsonian insutun bj Hie bedsldr m m i of the end ihi at the accun ulation I i i powerless to get n 1 t comes in >rt Callers and tf h n- t at the thr t has v et been ic e daughter Mrs M c i i it is m t know n w h I nouncing t lit r ti i has been rt 1 i I bers t f ti ill i t i court wh in in t i those person n j i i tice s con lm i Chief Jnstiu r i I i part of evei friend and t ttf the house nun! tl til Dr 1 UK In ill 1 t last n fjit f nl nil i only -Vs he w i-. It iv 1 wa> Itiful I i it lave i sun f f tli t liu w ife w u di eel iti i U1- w hu h he i-- ind h s lit. ttl i ntmuf to an v e t the In No woi 1 Irom iht just u L i m A lenna an 1 1 in 1 tion of ht i f itlur i Vll the i ien i if the siij it nit- h iv t been un n_ i about the -I ent the ihe side of In Me w ill rein un it the sick m i 1 i few moment he said to 30111 Both the method and re nils 1 ip of H t iklll, it H Jilf.l- lilt and to the tisft1 an 1 'ut- centlj jet pnmptly c i the Killing, Luer and IJowtl c' in i lln toin di-] o f M- hcul K hes and aid luhituil flip 1 N till1 only lemeilv ot its kind pio Juced, pk to the tnsto and ae ceptible to the stomach, prompt in its action and truh beneficial in its pfficts, prepaid! oily lu Utll) Al d lit nmn> excellent cjnilitits commend it to all and made it the mobt populir unit km wn of 1 i_rs w for sale in 50c and bottles In all leading drnj SCROl U" A Is that impuntv t f tl M i od which produces unsightly luinjs or in the neck, which causes running sores on the arms, legs, or feet wlmh ulcers In the eyes, ears, or nose often causing blindness or deaf ness, TV hich is the origin of pimplesrcan cerous growths or humors which, fasten ing upon the lungs ciuses consumption and death It is the me t am lent of all diseases and very few persons ire entirely frefe from it Hires Root Beer made from the genuine roots, barks find berries Not like a great many others that are doctored lm nations of ll One 25 cent package makes five gallons No trouble to matte Fall stylos Dobblni, the Hatter. Headquarters for Trunks vW priori. 8. By taking Hood s Sirsapirllla, which by the remarkable CUPS it has accomplished has proven lUcU to 1 P a potent and peculiar medicine for tins disf ise If you suffer from scrofula, try II 1 s s rsiparilh "Every spring in and children have been troubled wn-lt my-httlo In; three yeirs old 1 Last spring ho neidtofeet iltt and all hive In en r little boy is cntirdv fi fi ur of m> tlnldr n If B AuiruroN 1 i a tirnblo suflerer mass of snrog fr( in k Hood s Sars ijiirilH I of the scrofula My c from sores ind dl lirlglit and liealtliy uc City, N I Hood's Sarsaparilla Sildlyall lnci.1 t t' itforj1) iml m'y by I HOOD t O Ap thecarlen Lowell U wa IOO DOSCG One Dollar Wilcon Stokec Wholesale ana Hotnil Dealers in best gruJen of LEHIGH AND BITUMLNUUB Anthracite Coal, For Baking, Machine Works, Blaul Fnrnaoefl, Cham Mills, Our Jumbo, For Dornestir nsf, R Bpecmlty Cannel Coal, For Open Grntfs West Va Cumberland Coal, (The for Steam and blacksmithing, can't be beat Wood, In all shapes and kinds WIT.SON STORKS, PHONE 147 ma) Djt have it on hand uill pro cuie it promptly any one who vi-hts to try it. Do nut accept an} substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYKJP CO. LOUISVILLE, KY SAN FRANCISCO CAL YlttK, N Y FUR SALIi. BeloDgine to the estate of the late Abraham A Cox situated at Norrlstown Pa CAPACITY 1O 000 BARRELS Business established 3S45 Frontage on Main street 120 fpet depth 200 feet on Markly Htreet For lurther particulars aud terms apply to ABRAM R COX Er'r Norristown Pa Special Notice. The ladies will find at Walhs' all the late arrivals in Woolen Yarns, .11110115 whuh we higbl} recommend the follow mg famous brands Bc--t uiqioi ted Oi rnian Knitting Vain, in nil tolm, best bpauish Yam, in all tuloii, best Wool, all colors, Knitting ted, all colors, impoited Zijihjr and Zephjr (-Ji rmantown only in licst qualih Likewise we call attention to our giand, Hiiperb htex k of Fall and inter Under- wear, rinldrens' Outttfi, Ohil- dfciis' Cloaks, Co.itH and Hats and Caps toi the Full wear. Very latest handsome styles, war- ranted made ol the best materials and supenor woikmanship Fall Kid Gloves, Corsets, fine Muslin Underwear, 4c All new goods Fine Umbiellas, in endless vancty One lot fine Gloria Um- brellas, which sell at fl 50, we are now selling at cost; jes, truly eost, only 98c Call and be convinced. OPPOeiTB CITY HAI.L Thp InrKcutTftrtety ol HUPFRFINE CRFAM CHOCOLATES to made in the U S will be found at CAMERA'S Fine Confectionery Store, 2OBQOUJ. TRKNTON N J Fancy Frnlte, Ice Cream, Hoda Water, loo Cream Hodas, Milk Shaken, Lemonade, always on hand, and the best that can be had and made Those are Prices conveni- ent (or nil. PURE SOLUBLE CHEAP. Rah Digestible Stimulating Nourishing. HdMiiga peculiarly delicious flavor a food and drink combined at a half cent a cup and Jit for a prince. "BEST GOES FARTHEST." Umbrella and FALL AND WIN IER CJ I I 'Nd. Saturday, Aug. 30. COR-RFCT STYLES. IIATTKH, IK Want 8tAte Btreat oinlcrs for llunlcrs It be guninni; toi Clothing tins Fall, and want to nml sjaini, worth dollars, our Storti will good huutinir grounds You know we exclude .ill unreliable materials and work horn ovu stock, and admit nothing but tbe work, cloth and trimmings That s _w makes Yates' Clothing famous toi its neatness and gieat durability A. C. YATKS CO., 6th Chestnut. 13th Chestnut. (New Store ONI HOI I Alt I OH ONI OHII Alt IB the method upon which we have alwajs conducted business, and made it a success. We piopose and do give every tuatomer dollar tor dollar in Clotbinir, and mute a comparison in QUALITY, MAKING, TRIMMINGS AND PRICE with auj other bouse in or out ot the utj, and ted assured the trade will be satisfied we cannot be undeisold on H'all Overcoats, Capo Overcoats, 1' l 'c J I 0 V I0> 3 i_'rJ AND OVERCOATS OF ANY DESCRIPTION. and fresh for Fall and Winter Fine Clothing to measure one ot our specialties. Full Dress Suits read) made Sinclair, Varmoot (to., EAST STATE STREET. i r 39 First Floor and 39, 41 and 43 Second Floors ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO ii. Jr' 'JL'-i' Jri, i J.0p., 140 PKAKL STREET, FOXWIKLT 8TBIR TBIHTOR, N J. TKLKPHONK 433 I1 W KITING No Ribbon. Direct Printing. Perfect Alignment. E. Challenger Co., GRNKRAL AOBNTM, NO 1407 CHESTNUT STREET, Philadelphia, Pa HFNP FOR ATAI-OOUF IIA MAN Boogkt hil AMKRTCJAN CLOTHING AND TAILORING CXX. would not tow mnnli wild whiitlwl thiongh hu Wi ut olothlig tkt Mm, Boji Ohildm wiU the BE8I IAILOR-MADE GLOlHING Atmnch 1 >kn prio Icdtn te ut RAMPI.R OVKIWOATB trth t-A eni 8AMPM? wtrtk 113 >w1 to fin ITitt Bnlta nd O.fcinto tUXXTHING TO P-.-n.mbtr, it hi i Uj to d -I rigkt to IV A M A IN Jlo. 8 Slfttt, Oor. K, ;