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Olean Democrat, The (Newspaper) - January 30, 1890, Olean, New York SIXTEEN PAGES. PAGES T Fhe Democrat VOL. XI. OLEAN, CATTARAUGUS CO. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, 1890. NO. 10 CRUSIIKD AND BURNED, ANOTHER HEARTRENDING HORROR ON THE RAILROAD. A Fust Express Tliior.n into ;i Hitch. Seven Person! Killed ami a Num- ber In.jti.otl The Wreck Caused by Spreading of tli" Victims. Jan. express, train on the liOuLsville, New Albany Chicago railroad, due here at a. m., was ditched yesterday 10 iriles north of here. It bore Abe Anglo, conductor of the Big Four road and many passengers. Mr. Anijle was badly though not fatally hurt. The tender of the engine jumped the track as the train crossed a long trestle over Wilkinson creek. The engine and baggage car passed over safely. The day coach and sleeper went into the ditch and were burned. Everything was in the greatest confusion and the cries of the persons pinioned in the burning wreck of the day car seemed to paralyze those who had escaped without in- jury. It wat> several minutes before any assistance was attempted, and then it was too late to be effective, as the flames had envel- oped the entire car, and many of the voices that had cried in piteous tones for help were already silenced by the devouring flames. As soon as the flames had subsided the work of recovering the bodies began. The train which leaves here for Chicago at m. reached the scene after the accident and was immediately converted into a relief train, the passengers aiding those on the ill-fated train in the work of rescuing the bodies of the dead and carii.g for the injured. The charred uorlies were taken from the wreck and arranged along side of each other on the bank, presenting a most horrible sight. HORRIBLE The arms of one victim projected through the side of the car and could ba touched by those on the outside, but the opening was not large enough to draw the body through. A lady who got on the train at Frankf ort. and who is as yet unidentified, was enveloped in flames, Lut there TS a? no possible v> ay to get her out. Arrows fnrn this lady Mrs. Eubanlzs d cr.-l Kick bidly hurt. CEORGE Frankfort, bruised head and hips. B. C. WriTE. Indianapolis, head badly cut and severally wrrnrl.cvi. If. B. IN of commercial travelH-. hip hurt and out on the hcr.d. J. P. AITZIKR. bruised about the back and head, G. AV. STI.-COEL, cut, arms severalh bruivd and Mok injured. s vi of conductor, elbow cut off an 1 of 1 r-nt. ExcrxKER V.'nyiTi.i. S-.vnrr. hurt. A. L. I'np; rran of WeKtfk Id, Ind.. cut in 1. HOT.Y s> Vv. of rat on hr.T3 np'l 1 OTTO .i iiivtor II is .1 ciilittivr Jus Measure by "-erators. A i -I-i i. Tli" vonato f-oiimittee on tl'i- fan heard a.-fyjtu nit-- iiponthe worJI'- ia'r Lill those who ai i ;ircd in opw-iii-in to the bill v ere C.'linstead and V.'illiam AV Senator Cantor, in favoriiig liiR bill, that the measure bad been very carefully prepared and that tlv majority ps ople fav >red Mr. Co. rijipc'areil for Lu Divru. 'ili.in, J. AV. TVI'ty-to.-, Maria n1 c tl cr- over 000 pcrtv on Jlonnnfrside Heijrl 1-. the bUl micon- stitut'.nil New York city to in1 ur .m'' than city it a to use of its property to a pnvatu t-orporati'-n: it is a local bill ar.d its title not indicate the vicious provisions v.-hic'a are found in the bill itself; it is uncons-tituii'-'iial to condemn land by power of emiuenu domnji i'or or pleasure the iiiboijJ.s issued -would be old and not collectable: tbe property holil> rs wt-re in favor of a fair and v, ould 1'o-c tiiLJr land, but do not viant it .-'ich a bill never presented to any 1 ._, .a'o; the act should Leomcndt-d and rcn.o 'J. s-o that in no shall a fee be courlc: nil-. condemnation s .ouHbeonly for the t< i C.L year5; for the pro- pose; v i id's lap-. Jaii-es .V. Dcanng. tl-cr large property holder. T i-ft-nted the same rea-'Oiib. xbitt ov was action J, the Lt-11 in 5few York, tLevbJi- id th.it it diridd Ks made consti- tutional, lie for of Morning- si Je Par! in jjai ticular, and r-il the nam- ing OJL tLe executive coiiiK.i'.tx e in the bill. There K no provision fcr icstormg the grounds and streets after the fpJr over. John C. PI fiw appeared for Mrs. Mai-y G. Pinchncy. property holder fccted l.v piOiX.-el site. His client had given t.. n-e of her lard free to the eoni- mift'e. bat bve pr'r' 'ed taking her in fee. No t -vlar if_nd is desig- nated, but they may ial.f and what is more uifamous, thej- CPI go on indeOnitely taking land, as the liie ot the ccmmission is indef.mte. The bill has been examined by a great rcr.stinational lav.-yer, Jamos C. Car- ter, K.id he vnqualJicdly condemned it as ur.- tcr.Kicutional. Es-Senator Bixby said that that there were behind the bill real estate speculation and schemes of all kinds that will appear if the bill is passed. The will bear the closest inspection. It is an outrage on the taxpay- ers. The c-nii Take anything from the Eal ix-ry to j "If I was in the senate I v cul-1 move to strike out the enact- ing bnif.tor Ives, in dtfense of the bill, saiu as no injustice in it to anj-body, for the couid not appeal decisions of coirmittee anymore than could the property' holders. The bill is not unconstitu- tional bo far as that is concerned. The bill was drawn by men who understood the con- stiti-.tk n. Cantor sail that the commissioners ere hor.o! r.ble men. perfectly trustworthy and the bill the interest of the people. It L-- net o af but an admirable ttea-ure tLr-t saould be passed rabid pivtvots. It' ihe dolcy and hearings asked for by thf grouted the fair would h- ifi until r tt said that the direct eoi.'-ti- tationality of the bill could not be deter- rrintil by the I'-j-i-Iatv.ve. He thought ti at v (1: i-nri i "sritutiorialh and he behi'v.-d that pvolif the rl.' h4- p tfl" hfe of the a "uo :ii..iUil. He a cf a hout of the of the i tor y ster- Chandler i vd ni-o. bill a day i out1 Mr tlie i x t'e of 1n.aMirj n A-..-. deposits of sil- ver l.nllmn, and askel its ref. i-p-ice to the iill ii'.t mil A> 'I t .I'll ie ..T.-O i hrdb n.'iv.Vi an nls and al-o Hi T -aid marshal said marshal 'Aa1- a rf ri-iju to ti., a Hi' d on (it e i n' 'jau o wheth' r prison having i' T'J( Tti if (.r n i o i 1 1' ronunittei? en pired by a.-id bill prc- pur- P "-otion of Mr. Sherman bill t'i lifve the treasurer of the United M.ites f ro'ii the amount now charged to him and de- posited vvith the states was taken from t'ae calendar and passed. [The bill authorizes the accounting officers of the treasury to credit the treasurer of tbe United States -svith the amount of standing to his debit upon the books of the treasui-y department now unavni'able by reason of the deposit of the ti'ivf instalments of the surplus revenue v.-i'.h th -'.-to.-, ruthorized by rectior.s U and H of f ,'i-r ot June K. the amounts to be d to an appropriation her. by cre- ated for tliat purpose, aggregating 140.] Tl e direct tax bill was taken up. Mr. Vest expressed his opposition to the bill, as did aLo Mr. Berry( who asked for the yeas and Mr. Sherman said its passage would remove a bone of contention aud repair an injus- tice. Mr. Ve-t said its passage was a foregone conclusion, but he stood by his record of op- position an.l especially by President Cleve- land's veto of the same bill. Mr. Vance offnert en amendment, a propo- sition to refund the cotton yeas. 15: i: r.x Messrs.. 1ilaii-and Call opposed fhs bill Aft'-r iL d -bate the bill passed by a vote of 44 r. The npirath-e votts v.ere Eerrv. Call. Coke, Pluinb, Vanca and Ve.-t [The bill r: ire H tlu> duty of the secretary of the t> en.'it to each siata and teiTitorj- of the United States and the Dis- trict of Columbia, a sum equal to all collec- 2o frri.-i them under the direct tax bill of him i tbe Uniie'l Htatos j in' I utl. i an amendment calling on f ney general for tLe papers in Uudlev case. The debate was continued at some length. At its conclusion the first part of Mr. GrayVi amendment was agreed, to. Mr. Call offered an amendment calling for thf particulars of the hanging of President Han n n r-ffi-ary in Indiana, and the hang- ing oi J 'i i :dc-ut Clevelar.d in effigy in Kan- I-r i r..-tion was taken on these amend- j-i.'. 1 v.-hoic- matter went over till to- secret st-i-io the A REVOLTING CRIME. FEDERATION OF LABOR. III nnrpb. t'ro First Day's Meeting: New York Stnte at ,_n died I Jan. state br.iu hra 1 nn TSJ. f. cj ,--.1 m- Tl7 f'f F-inkf I-i 3 ir -T He frf n A-lam. Jr.. who hi-; pr ]-.'rTy. f i a I- -on tl r.- Ti -1 nr-1 i KOI i A Canadian Clergyman Charged with De- bauching Twenty Young Boys. OTTAWA. Jan. 29. The government has just been made acquainted with one of the most revolting revelations ever brought to light in Canada. The matter was unearthed in connection with the proposed women and girls purity bill introduced this session by Sir John Thompson, minister of justice. A prominent member of parliament a few days ago received a letter from a justice of the peace in the province of Ontario giving a de- tailed account of the occurrence. This letter was immediately handed to the minister of justice, who brought the matter to the notice of the government. The letter contained a swom declaration to the following facts: A young Church of England clergyman in a populous parish in the western portion of the province of Ontario was brought before the magistrate in question on five charges of debauchery of small boys. The evidence taken in the cases was of so revolting a char- acter ns to prevent its being published. In four of the caws, because the boys had not resiste I the infamous proposals of fiend, the charges v. From the statements made to the authori- ties in the course cf the trial it appears that this in the parb of a clergyman df- IC: -i it than twenty mi.: 1-iys in that v; inity. The w. re committed m the church e.-lry ap.l ih.- evi- dence wf ;it t" that raany of were cf r y.ars than n- ,ii tri..l. Thf d f. of th" hnrribl- t re v. ir i I'K Of "nH CEOP.GF'S PPEECH The then resumed consideration of ?.Ir. Chandler's re.solution regarding the ill- treatment of Faunee at Aberdeen. and George argued against it, declaring hL> belief that its adoption would be a serious raction of the constitution and a very serious encroachment on the rights of the people of Mississippi. He quoted decisions of the supreme court in support of his position, r.nd .-aid there could be no the de- of the supreme court were to be relied the senate, as a part of the law- ri'-'r'-icc; nv.xr. had no jurisdiction to pass a law t pi.ii.i-Ji the men who had committed the f at Absrdeen. iir. that not only did he con- demn the hanging in effigy of any respectable officer of the United States under any condi- tions or provocation, but in the case of Sec- retary Proctor there was no provocation for the ir. -.lit. Re had never heard from any Democrat any other on the conduct of Secretarj- Proctor, for v. hich that infl'gnitT had been attempted to bs inflicted upon him, erccpt tbat he had performed a painful and dtlic-ate duty con.-ideralion to the feel- the even of the people of the Stuth. ?-Ir. George said the resolution t to the r.ame r.nd reputation of tiy I1' f'f v.bira hs eulo-I gized in the hizliest in.-tancir.c; among othter d'-.liivr'.ijshcd of that itito, Jef- ferson Dai i.s. TI ho -had never betrayed his trust or in th discharge of his full fluty, -n V" the-r bft the United States or the Confederacy." He in that the pending without any -warrant in the const itiit i'ui iliat .-.mplc ti that (ioi airinu; of ;.n f'f the srv REPLT. r said -T far as the tr- t'i fl .1 'i T- IN THK HOUSF. i.NOTOx. Jan. The houss yester- -cl a bill gi-anring to the city of, St ria.. certain public lands for a A i ii reported from the committee cu in- vaiM ix'nsions was passed providing tLat in or pension claims of dependent parents, it only bs necessary t J show to the pc-n- flor (.'A il'at the i arento aro without .jther -ji s-up: ort rliin nianual LiLor. 'i he tr.blt'il tho motion to reconsider th" ill passed providing for the ere -tion of prisons, Mr. y f from the commit- tee on banJcmg and currency, rewrted a bill to provide ftv the issue of circulating notes to national banking association.-. [The bill pro" i Ir- i.-ii- tin ij iif.tioual Links of circuL t'fn f'jual to the par arnount of bonds JTC 1 security, but; not in ezcess of capita! -t_vk in Mr. crplained tbe provisions of the bill. IT1-. ot Missouri opposed the bill. Es be Stili br Ti f v, ?-.-i i- r' i i ti- s-.n ;r i..i fxs.-e v. it. n i tiv- r up at n '.nkf the th r -t inan -1. th r-T- "n Cf isrts if iii-vn of States and f o- r. 11 .-.'it T, r-i'i- MI nti 3 f
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