Olean Democrat, July 17, 1890

Olean Democrat

July 17, 1890

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Olean Democrat, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1890, Olean, New York 1 "TO LwW f The Olean Democrat VOL. OLEAN, CATTARAUG'JS CO.' NEW YORK, THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1890. r V i OPC n j.1 UNIVERSAL IN LONDON. r c Lo. PEACE NO. 34 KILLED ON THE RAIL. Collision DAVID He I'p the Vnllod as a 3IocU-l of i'c.-ice and Truth in Report of Mr. Gladstone's Theatre Destroyed by Fire. Eus-iia Agitated Over an Alleged State- ment by the King of Sweden. fatally seriously July address delivered by David Dudley Field at the opening of the universal peace congress yesterday created sen-ation, bo'th in re- spect to or' the speaker and the matter of uis speech. Mr. Field cited the Lnited Stains as a most conspicuous ex- ample of Rfv.ci-c'ten powers living together IH "u and harmony and aseribed their amicable relations to the principle o' arbitration vested in the gen- eral aud so universally ac- cepted us to reader resort to it most infre- quent. ILj re-gar Jed the modern willing- ness of powers to submit their disputes to arbitration as one of the hopeful signs of an era of peace. He honored the wisdom which had directed the settlement of the African dispute between England and Germany, a settlement which had set an example for the world. During the cen- tury, he said, 16 shillings of each ponnd sterling of national debt throughout the civilized world had been expended in the maintenance of armies and the prosecu- tion of wars. A SENSATIONAL RUMOB DENIED. A report was in circulation yesterday that Mr. Gladstone was ill, and his ab- sence from the sitting of the procedure committee lent to it a strong semblance of truth. On the strength of the rumor hundreds of reporters and friends called at Mr. Gladstone's residence to obtain in- formation as to his condition and express their sympathy. Mr. Gladstone's appear- ance in his usual good health and spirits attested the falsity of the report, and the callers retired satisfied and pleased that they had been mildly hoaxed. The Italian government is engaged in devising new and elaborate plans of mobilizatien of its land forces, a move- ment which is strikingly at variance with the very recent assurances by Premier Crispi of the gratifying outlook for pro- longed peace. A TERRIBLE CATASTROPHE AVERTED. As the audience was assembling at the IHusionist theatre in Rome Sunday even- ing the building suddenly took fire. The people who had entered the theatre beat a hasty retreat and drove back those who were attempting to enter. The fire brigade were powerless to check the flames and the structure -was rapidly burned to the ground. Fortunately no one was injured, but had the fire occurred an hour later frightful loss of life must have resulted. WOULD FIGHT FOR GERMANY. Considerable feeling is aroused in St. Petersburg by the statement, ascribed to the King of Sweden, that, while in the event of a war between Germany and any other power he would remain neutral as long as possible, he would fight, if com- pelled to take part, on the side of Ger- many. This is rejja.-rleu as. a declaration of hostility toward whom the Swedes have never forgiven for the annex- ation of Finland. THE VEXED BULGARIAN QUESTION. The Rnssian newspapers indicate a con- viction that nothing short of war can set- tle the Luli.virian question satisfactorily to Russia. The temper of the Bulgarians is war-like it is irore than doubtful that they would be willing to accept any prince whom the powers should agree to place over them. Yet ranch importance is attached to the encounters between Turks and Montene- groes. near the Montenegrin frontier. The people of the two nations on the borders have for a lonsi time bPen quarreling over some pasture land, the ownership of which is disputed, and the quarrel has more than once oven rise to bloodshed. THK PKOTKCTOHATK IN ZANZIBAR. The English cabinet has discovered that the agreement which bound Kng- land aini France to respect the indepeii- required the two with the inde- Xotwithsia-id- vi-ilntf-d the air've- on the Louisville, Albany iind of Injured. Ky., July U Twelve juMiiic v.-( re injured in the collision oil the Loni -ville, New Albany and Chicago rail- ro.nl at Smithville. Ind., yesterday. Fol- io u inic i-; the list: C; IH'CTOR M crushed. JOHNSON, Chicago, crushed. V.'ILLIAM MITCHELL, Indianapolis, con- ductor on the freight train, wrist broken. HuNRY WHITM.LL, en-ineer, danger- ously hurt in the back. .lA.-irs MYKKS, of the passenger train, badly cut about the head. Mus. PATTOV. .smitbville. Of tiie train. JEFF ROBPRT. ov. EVERETT ton. ADA PEAI-SOX of IKYin VTARRKN. o CHAHLKS MAHIO> freight train. V.'n.i.r.vi EAGLET, Paoli. THOMAS ANDREWS, Bloomington. ALICE WALLS, Bloomintctou. KATE TAAFE, Indianapolis. TEilRllJLl- EXPLOSION. OVER A THOUSAND KEGS OF GIANT POWDER BLOWN UP. TERRIFIC CLOUD BURST. TEN PKKSONS KILLED. i wi.e of AVorthing- i.T mington. cci'.Juctor of the THh FESTIVE POKER GAME. It is Said to Have Ruined a Warsaw Man. WARSAW, N. Y., July W. Brown has gone fishing. He kept a five- table billiard saloon here in connection with a tobacco store. Recently he was ia Buffalo. On his return at naon yesterday he left a note with his boy to give his wife and disappeared. The note stated that he was going to New York, and would net be back, and to tell "the boys" to take charge of the room. They did so, and it was closed yesterday afternoon. The boys referred to are Frank and Charles Craine, his brothers-in-law, who hold chattels for and re- spectively. There are unpaid tobacco ac- counts for some The room was bought of C. T. Watkins for and is worth about now in its run-down condition. There are other debts against the young man. Town gossips claim that the festive poker check and the attractive female have played an important factor in the case, but these assertions lack substantia- tion. Brown is a rugged, matter-of-fact fellow of 35 years. Over Thirty are Said to t. j Seriously Ilral.emsui Klowu to Enormous Destruction to Number of Workmen's Cottages ISadly Shatteied Station and Freight House Uuriied. CHICAGO, July 10.-A special from Cin- cinnati says: A terrible explosion oc- curred late ypstc-iv'ay afti-raoon at King's station on the Little Miami railroad, twenty-nine miles east of Cincinnati. Ten or more persons were killed aud over thirty seriously injured. Two empty freight cars were being shifted into a side track where a Cf.i- contr.inijiy SUO kegs of gunpowder As the cars struck thcrf> was an explosion and im- mediately aftprv.-fird another car contain- ing SOO kegs of gunpowder exploded. William Frauley, a brakeman in the employ of the Little Miami, was blown to atoms. Five other persons supposed to be employes of the powder company were killed. The Kings Powder company and TVyomiii- Valley Tracks Washed Out. Wn iu S-BARRK. Pa., July terrific thunder cloud buixt over the Wyoming valley late crday afternoon, aurl in a few nniui'es the low land for miles around was with water. The Pennsyl- vania railroad tracks were washed out, de- laying p'isveug.T trains, while the Jersey Co.'itral railroad was obliged to bring its trains into the city on the Lehigh Valley tracks. The .Market street crossing of the Jer- sey Central was completely submerged, the water surrounding the station. The streets in the lower portion of the city were flooded to a depth of six inches and every cellar on Canal street was flooded. 1 he damage will reach several thousand dollars. LIVELY DAY ON THE LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE. THK ADVANCES. 'i? by ing St. the of the Three Miners Killed. MINNEAPOLIS, July 16. -The Tribune's Dead wood, N. D., special says: Three John Hart, Thomas B. Bunney and Richard L. were killed yester- day by the timbers giving way after a blast m the Highland mine, near Lead City. Another man was killed in an acci- dent in the mine in the afternoon. Killed by the Heat. LOCKPORT, N. Y., July 16. -John Holley, night watchman for the Richmond Manu- facturing company in this city, was pros- trated by the excessive heat yesterday morning and died in a short time. He was 60 years of age and leaves a wife and six children. A Minister Locked Up for Forgery. FORT WORTH, Tex., July 16.-Rev. W. Mitchell, pastor of the Broadway Presby- terian church, has been arrested on a charge of forgery, the amount involved being He was unable to bail and is locked up. procure Peters Cartridge works have buildings on both sides of the river along the railroads. The explosion occurred on the south side and the destruction was enormous. A number of cottages occupied by workmen in the powder factory, and situated close to the track, were shattered and their in- mates injured. Twelve or fifteen girls at work in the cartridge factory were crip- pled. The railroad station and freight house belonging to the Little Miami railroad, -ogether with all the adjacent buildings, were set on fire and consumed. The track and ties of the railroad are fairly out of the ground and a great hole plowed in the earth. The Peters cartridge factory was burned to the ground. A relief train was dispated from Cin- cinnati to the scene of the disaster and the work of rescue and relief was afforded as soon as possible. The work of search- ing for the missing and caring for the wounded is now progressing. UTICA'S MAENNERCHOR PARADE. Thirty-Six Organizations in Grand Turnout. UTICA, N, Y., July yesterday morning the streets ou the line of march of Maennerchor parade began to fill up wi'h citizens and visitors from sur- rounding towns and cities. The day opened with heavy threatening clouds and the atmosphere was very oppressive. By the time the procession started the streets were densely packed with swelter- Ing humanity nf all grades and colors. Thirty-six organizations participated in the parade and were headed by a platoon of police, followed by Grand Marshal John Kohler and Chief of Staff George Zimmer and a mounted staff of twenty- four men. The line of march was throug'h the principal streets of the city and past the ButterfieM house, where the line was reviewed and dismissed. A large number of visiting Germans were unable to take part on account of the heat. To-day the visitors, escorted by the Utica Maennerchor, will visit Trenton Falls. Mysterious Disappearance of a Hermit. POITSVILLE. Pa...July I Merrouge. La i aged hermit living near Port Clinton' savs: disappeared, and his bears of having been ransacked. It is thought that tramps may have murdered the old man. an has marks dence of countries rot in peaderrp .-f ing this Kr.-i-n-" h; ment by Madagascar live rnlers and F has an cq-jai ritiht rale over Zanzibar. Judgment in an Electric Su-jar Case. XEW YORK, July Moore, as assignee of ths English investor-, iur-j the Kiectric Sugar coiiiir'jiv. was awarded .T. H. KOJHT'.SOH and It. o.'icers of the company, vrho induced the plain- tiffs to in the concern. Five Negroes Killed. NEW ORLEANS, July special from to The Times-Democrat says: Sunday night twenty-five laborers from the plantations of A. Heffner. near Oak Ridge. Morehouse parish, and whose passage he had paid from North Carolina, quit their homes and commenced under cover of the night to make their way into Chicot county. Ark. They were pursued by a posse of friends of Mr. Heffuer, and yesterday morning were found lying in ambush in a dense thicket. They" ex- williTi-nes-: to return, but 'wl.-n the nt forward to ir.c-trr them, the by bold trouble maker. opeiit-J un the po-xse aud for one uiii some wild .-hooting. The posse rtturiu-ri the fire and the result sre Ware House Burned. 'US, Minn., July 16. The large seven-story ware house of the Secur- ity company was entirely destroyed by fire yesterday afternoon together with its contents. Spontaneous combustion the caus-e. The upper floors were filled with agricultural implements, and on the fourth floor were 500 tons of binding twine. A three-story stone building adjoining was crushed by the falling walls. ie building was built in April and cost 000, on which there is insurance. The first floor was occupied as a shipping roonMhe second by offices, the third by the William Deering company, the fourth by the Appleton Manufacturing company, the fifth and sixth by general storage, and the seventh by furniture. The total loss is insured in foreign companies. Arrested for Conspiracy. ROCHESTER, N. Y., July Albert Koehler and Bernard O'Reilly were ar- rested yesterday morning on a sealed in- dictment charging them, together with Richard Schooley, with conspiracy. Still another indictment was opened against Mr. O'Reilly, charging him with unlaw- fully receiving a communication addressed to the grand jury. Their arrests are the results of the alleged attempt oa the part of Schooley and others to influence the grand jury to change its vote in the Lynch-Stoddard shooting case. Mr. O'Reilly gave bail on each indict- ment, and Mr. Koehler's bail was fixed at the same amount. Of Interest to Naval Ship Builders. BOSTON, July The series of govern- ment tests to determine the strength and other qualities of alumnium bronze was begun yesterday at the Watertown arsenal. The results will be of importance to naval ship builders. The tests showed the tensile strength of the metal to be over 90.000 pounds to the squara inch, a higher point than ever before reached. The transverse strength developed in a one-inch square bar was 6.600 pounds, greater than that of any other metal ex- cept the finest quality of crucible steel. The other qualities of metal will be tested to-day. Badlr Bnrned by an Explosion. ROCHESTER, X. Y., July about 4 p. m. yesterday as Frank Dowd of Medina was repairing an cil stove at the residence of L. Adlar at that village, it dropped i from his hands to the floor, exr-loded, and set fire to the house. The flames nearly destroyed the house, and commu- nicating to an dwelling in the same lot partially destroyed it. The loss on both buildings and contents is about -i'S.OOO: insured. Dowd was badly burned about the face fay the explosion of the oil stove. The of the Silver dent Harrison Has ai Kffect in Monetary Characterizes Peace Congress as a Guthering riiilantliropist-j. LOXDOV. July signing of the silver bill by President Harrison, although it was looked upon as a foregone conclu- sion, had a very stimulating effect upon prices, on the Stor-k Exchange. Bar silver was of course first to feel the influence of the confirmation of the sil- ver legislation of congress and at once rose to 50 pence an ounce, a selling price it has not attained for several years. Amer- ican also took on a degree of sympathetic activity, and increased orders to buy were cabled to New York. The in- crease in th'j of silver is by no means to be as permanent, however. The practical effect of the new American silver law has. been pretty thoroughly dis- counted and the opinion is general that the present activity in bullion will not con tinue long and that the price will grad- ually recede to a point little if any above the figures which have ruled for the last year. SNEERS AT THE PEACE CONGRESS. The St. James Gazette sneers at the peace congress, which it regards as a fathering of fossilized philanthropists whose ideas are as impracticable as they are obsolete. While Mr. Field and his fellow reformers are endeavoring to beat swords into plowshares, it would be well for them to take cognizance of the potent fact that the hostile tariff bill now under consideration in the American congress typifies a barbarous form of war, in that it assails not armies, but homes. XOISY SALVATIONISTS. The Salvationists are in full cry at the Crystal palace, where the army, strong, is assembled. The exercises are of a most fervid and demonstrative char- acter and as noisy as they can well be. Bands of music, playing the airs which the army has made exclusively its own, are in almost unceasing action and the "knee drills" and other evolutions pecu- liar to the militant evangelical organiza- tion are scarcely less prolific of sounds unwelcome to the ear. ELECTRIC CABS IN STUTTGART. A system of electric cabs has been in- troduced in Stuttgart with a degree of success that promises the permanent rele- gation of the cab horse together fields of usefulness. The new vehicles are already popular, though at present their novelty has much to do with the patronage they receive. At Palermo yesterday an aeronaut fell from a balloon and struck the ground, where he lay mangled and bleeding until taken to the hospital to die. JuIiiUAXDS THOROUGHLY ORGANIZED. It may interest Americans to know that, according to the developments of a recent race of brigandage in Italy, Italian brigands are so thoroughly organized that, should a member of one of the bands prove unfaithful, he v.-ould be followed even to America and pur to death. Senor Arrigo. who a short time ago was carried off by brigands and ransomed for 100.000 francs, states that while under guard in a grotto, he suggested to the brigand left in am, _v 1 t.v.M i t-i ill by fo! Ti.e i Ex-.IIa.yor Iron I il IDlKs. -A o: the re] i! u. mi t here ween 1.200 v 'iio KM i s. r York i: firm to Jron Workers' HS- cv ur.d recognize i.u f ,-avc-Hng i o one htre wio The and the Amal- secretly orgaa- i non-uuion :.-.n h- firm is- with orders, 'lay and night. Thev ii'it the T CITIZENS. Feather Orig- They to Tar and inal Package 3 LELAND. la.. July Nothing the history of this village has ever created such indignation as wasaroused Saturday when it became known that parties fram a neighboring town were about to estab- lish at this place an "original package" saloon. Monday evening the people as- semble-! en masse to express their indig- nation air! demand an abandonment of the attempt. Stirring speeches were made and resolu- tions adopted declaring that it shall unlawful to intoxicating liquors of any kind in Leland, and any person vio- lating this ordinance shall be tarred- feathered and cowhided ont of tlae vjljage. The parties contemplating the opening of the place have abandoned their plSpfcee HORSE THIEF CAPTURED. Desperate Encounter Between an and Criminal. ST. HELENA. Cal.. July A man giving the name of Tom Collins arrived here Saturday with two horses and a buggy, which he attempted to sell, but without success. Monday he left town, and later Deputy Sheriff Charles Howard received information from the sheriff that the horses were stolen property, and in- structing him to arrest the thief. Howard overtook CslHns three miles from here and ordered him to surrender. Collins ran and Howard shot him im the ankle. Collins then emptied his shotgun into Howard's breast, inflictiag a fatal wound. Howard Collins down and handcuffed him, an-i then fainted from loss of blood. A farmer brougnt both men to town. Two More Bodies Fonnd, CHICAGO. July more bodies were found in the river iloaday near the steamer Tioga. They were Sold to English Capitalists. July A Uniontown thrtt he would give bimrauchmore special to The Times says: The works of jthan nis of the ransom to allow him the Columbus Iron aud Steel comoanv !to and that the brigand could thereupon fly to America. The guard re- plied that he would willingly accept the company and the Pennsylvania Construction com- pany, located at that place, have been sold to English capitalists. The capital proposition, only that even ia America he would be found and kille 1. The new Herman territorv stock of the Columbia company is 000 and of the Construction company f.vi.OOO. Sixty thousand of the former and of the latter is retained bv the former owners. The sale does not affect the operation of the plants. in East Africa is about twice the of Germany, not including any part of the great Afri- can lakes in the measurement. Simmons Languishes in .Jail. j NEW YORK, July James A. Sim- i been indicted by the 5ary of Anniversary Kt-Jv July Brussels in -if mons, who has The Indictment Was Krroneoiis. July District Attornev e :hr u a- veils indi'-t'n' ycstcrd.iy Ai.) t hat tnp rf-ceu't rt for f is five a :M there an- ii were killed. An Kiot. LK. Pa.. July Rp- r-gi-m ;.re TO the eiT-T' occurred tin-jv au.i i.t-ations .if a larg-r iis are aire.idy nu ,111 L nited States grand jury for aiding and abetting Pctr-r J. Cla.-Lss-n in the embez- zling of the Sixth National, bank funds, was brought before United States Com- missioner Shii'l Is yesterday morning. He waived examination and bail was fixed at Simmons was unable to procure bail ami remains in Ludlow street Independence. days' fete at -b.'iefh anniver- aud the :r "i j.- rek-n coniinenre- X. Y.. Urn josi.ses of this llari John D. il n--. -nue, and -'urj of village, '.fi'iiii, of the tin- i..r The in- on com D. K K i-' an- for Baxter, f b.i T .'i.s fo.iow-: j Tavior. 177. I1. '.177 h n t; k CompMnipnt .Mi V ''I 171 111 f! r to f-r-n. -1 S' .r i properM- where til- cnt-r tiiree T. ].jy. h.-n th'- male a ih 111011: to rc KLV. Vf Captain Dro July 16. The s- and sunk in reproeats the glories of the XVI centurv. retiti.iii i ve :i t ..f C -1 for Executive Cleinencr. air Governor has tition for executive clemency Chaplean. tlie Tnr.rdejrr pri.s.tn under prnalrr i, down t.-. w i-ing .Tu'y to Frank I, other occupant., e Pear] KiiH.-o IV-d re n- 1 ut their Passed Third IX-N-TV.V. July K, bill providing for the cessj r. of Heligolanrl to Germany its tliird in t'e o'f lords last evening wrh a verbal wi.h-h in w-iy the sens? of rurt i Death of rromi- y.i j; i, l.'.in- r i r.'-irsa-.M kl r- i r H at in f-f p i.e. 1 H IMTTJ o-.vrj.-, Yrrk liirhtning forty tojis of bay hr Li-lit ji.nc. A J, nf s by with I inf I' .v. r-. for tlic -Tt -h in a r of ]2 .fTaj N y Y. '13? ii f 1 -.rk i, 1 -IV Jill Y. r r.f at -irii ha- IK- A Prom L> X-V..T, V b 'f i U 1 r i 1 VT in AfricA Man in TrotiTile. f n fj-rk f'T 1 i H '-Tr.-'ar s y

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