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   Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - January 11, 1890, Salem, Ohio                               THE SALEM DMLY NEWS VOL. IL NO. 9. SALEM, OHIO, SATURDAY, JANUARY 11. TWO Crew Rescued Under Perilous Circumstances. Men of the Shakespeare 'Taken from the Waterlogged YefigeL All Had Been Abandoned Steamer and Saved the Cnfortunate XEW YORK, Jan. steamship tagi which arrived Friday from Bre- ien, brought all the crew of the rrec'ked ship Shakespeare with the ex- eption of the captain, who died before lie rescue and was buried at sea. The bakespeare sailed from Hamburg for bis port about three months ago and us not heard from until December 18, ,-hen she was sighted by the steamship Jestorian. The Shakespeare was then a very bad shape and the crew were uddled together in the bows to escape he water which at intervals swept over he decks. The Nestorian attempted to ake off the men, but as the weather was tormy were unable to do so and the ,-recked vessel was lost sight of during he night. On December 22 the steam- hip Sardinia sighted the Shakespeare nd then no trace of any life on board ould be This report seemed o settle all doubt that the crew would be heard from again. Captain Monroe, of the Stag, on his ,rrival yesterday told the following tory "We left Bremen on December and experienced rough weather until he 21st. when the wind blew a perfect At midnight of that day we iguted rockets and flare lights ahead. Phe temperature Was then below zero. Ye steered m the direction of the dan- rer signals and about nine in the morn- the man on the lookout reported he hull of a vessel. Although there ias a tremendous sea running, we ran s close to tho vessel as we could an'd oimd her to be tho Shakespeare. All ler masts were and the crew were mddled on the deck, lashed to the parts if the bulwark that were loft standing. Vt two o'clock in the afternoon we got L line on board the wreck, but it mapped almost as soon as it was se- ;ured. I then signalled the Shakes- ware that we would stand by them un- il morning. nine the next morning my .econd officer, Mr. Noble, and four sea- nen succeeded in lowering a boat a me was secured on board the Shake- .peare and we then began the work of ransferring the unfortunate seamen. fhere were eighteen in all, Captain Muller having died from exposure. All he men were in very bad condition, nost of thorn being covered with sea wils and some with broken arms. The men when brought otf board the Stag wore made as comfortable as possi- ]le. All of them at first unable U> stand, and though now they are in a ;omparatively good condition several of .hem had a narrow escape from death. Ihe Stag herself had a very rough voy- ige, having taken thirty-one days on a voyage she usually does in sixteen." GREAT NERVE. Chairman of later-State CoBftjniMlon What Might BMB a Frightful with a Madman Intent oa M DETROIT, Mich., Jan. vening Judge Thomas M. Cooley, of Inn Arbor, chairman of the Inter-State Commerce, Commission, was sitting read- ing in his library when his negro coach- man entered, armed with a double-bar- reled shotgun. The judge was satisfied rom his appearance that he had become nsane, but betraying no alarm he asked him what was the matter. The negro replied that he had decided to-kill the whole family, as they talked too much ,nd left him no time to think. The judge betrayed no alarm, and told him he agreed with him and that he would at- tend to it, By the use of consummate tact the iudge succeeded in mollifying the mad- man until he at last laid down his gun, and'at the judge's suggestion left the room. As soon as he was out of hear- ing the judge telphoned to neighbors and in a short time a deputy sheriff jlaced the coachman under arrest. Doubtless a wholesale and most fright- ful tragedy was averted by the nerve md coolness which the distinguished jurist exhibited. Evictions Begun Pa., Jan. jvictioas began Friday. Several fami- lies were ejected at Adrian. The parties Dieted took lodging with their friends ind their household effects were taken iharge of by the miners' committee. No resistance was attempted, but it is ex- Docted that the Italians will resist and :ause trouble to-day. The company give the men the option of going to work at the old rates or being evicted. The miners' committee are making prepara- tions to accommodate the homeless and children. Engineer and Fireman Killed. ST. Joiiv. N. B., Jan. Quebec tram on tho Inter-Colonial rail- with a ponderous snow plow at- -ached to the locomotive, met with a serious accident near Jacquet river Fri- Ja.v morning. When running about .hirty-five miles an hour the snow plow left the track, pulling the engine after it The engine turned over, burying Ac fireman. P. Gaudet. who, with the isnnecr, J. M. G-owan. was instantly killed in attempting to jump. Iwamtr Resulting From Smoking retten. Xhw YOUR. Jan. Freund, of Newark. X. J., a victim of cigarette Coking, is now confined in the county isjlurn. He was taken sick on Wednes- iij and to St Barnabas Hospital, f'Vt e-caped When recaptured he wa; to police headquarters and con but be became violent and broke and furniture and was removed asylum. Attack on the TurifT. XKV.- Jan. Dudley in an address before the Reform '.ast on "Some Ueprehensibl of the American -pon what he termed the evils of a: elections, of the svs- y ar.d of the protective tariff. He'cs- condemned the latter as s.n sn- ar.d unlawful atVaipt by ConrrcsS industry of tb'" The New Year Haa Brought Dfcap> pointment to Some Merchants. WAKJL1KE ItUMORS. England Preparing for Another Cam- paign in tiie Feared on Account of Won Carlos. LOXDON, Jan, indications that England is preparing for a fresh campaign in the Soudan, beginning simultaneously from the upper Nile and Suakim have aroused the French gov- ernment from its attitude of lethargy to a realization that it is again to be ig- nored in the interest of British capital- ists and adventurers. Though Don Carlos. Duke of Madrid and pretender to the throne of Spain, makes no sign as yet, it is probable that the moribund condition of the baby King of Spain and the fact that that kingdom is without a Ministry have im- pelled him to burnish up his rusty sword for a fresh campaign for the establish- ment of his alleged rights. Withdrew Their NEW YOHK, Jan. clouds are clearing above the head of Rev. Dr. Joseph H. Rylance, of St. Mark's Pro- testant Episcopal parish. Mr. William V. King, one of the trustees who have been most aggressive against the pas- tor, has seen fit to withdraw all his charges This will end the proceedings in the civil court against Mr. King for libelous utterances. The charges were that Dr. Rylance had been indiscreet with female members of his congrega- tion. _______________ Wants to Match Roy Wilkes Against Adonis. FHANC-SCO, Jan E. Davis, of Chicago, ..3 deposited 8500 with the Breeder and Sportsman, of this city, as a forfeit for a match between his pacer. Roy Wilkes, and Orrin Hickok's for a side, winner to take gate re- ceipts also. The match must como of Vforo February 15, as after that Wilkes goes into the stud. Davis is willing to have the match come off on any track within 100 miles of this city IVon a PHCIC. Minn.. Jan. five-mile skating-match that was to have takon place Thursday night between Axel Paulson and Hugh J. McCormick was postponed on account of the former's illness, he being a sufferer from the grippe. Instead a three-mile match wa arranged between Fritz Luhr, of St Paul, and McCormick, for a purse KcCormick set the pace and on the third lap Luhr fell and lost half a lap McCormick won by a lap. nettrnction by Floods in Missouri. POFLAR BI.T.TFFS, Mo., Jan. creek overflowed its banks Wednesda; night and destroyed all the bridges Nearly a hundred families were forced tc abandon homes and over acres of corn in the shock were de stroyed. The Langley and Seller families were forced to take refuse on their roofs. A raft was constructed and aftor three hours of terrrible experience they were rescued. Both are NEW YORK. Jan. is stated Benjamin Hoyt, manager for the tensive custom house brokerage and forwarding firm of George W. Sheldon A. Co., of this city, is a defaulter, to- jrether with his assistant. Geortrt- Par ker. to the extent of a.fi and that both Hoyt and Parker bavo dis- appeared and are probably in Canada. Failed for Jan. Glidden Co.. dealers in br.ildinc materials, assigned for tho of The liabilities are roccMy estimate a S15o.noo. larpo nominal assrts. Pit" ficnit- in makinz collections throucb other said among the leading causes of the- t'nnr at KELLEVS VACANT Sorrow Manifested 'for the Boatfe Dun Weekly riew of Trade. Wo Important Change IB Gnat dustriee-LeM Confident Feeling NEW YORK, Jan. G. Dun Co.'s Weekly Review of Trade says: An asier money market and colder weather las helped business some, but it can not >e denied that the opening trade of the new year has thus far been a little dis- appointing. For this the widely preva- ent sickness is to some extent responsi- >le, as it interrupts operations of buyers ,nd sellers in every direction and less- ens retail trade, except in drugs. In ither branches business has been fairly active, but not up to expectations, though the prevailing belief is that the ack is only temporary, and that a large business is to be expected soon. The .arge payments by the treasury have much relieved the money market, the excess of disbursements over receipts during the past week having been no ess than In general, the foreign demand for American products must have been to some extent satisfied for the present by the unprecedented exports of the past quarter. On tho other hand, specula- ive disturbances at London and Berlin render it'probable that some realization on American investmentsmay be forced, and the action of the Reading company is likely to cause distrust. AJtter official announcements that interest would cer- tainly be paid on the first preference a committee unanimously reports that interest can not be paid. It would not be strange if dissfctisfation with American securities should be much in- creased by such an experience, as this is one of the most conspicuous of all for- eign investments. Respecting money and collections, the situation is about as last reporte'd. Slow collections in dry goods, clothing and groceries at Philadelphia, with money easier; prompt collections in boots and shoes and average in other trades at Chicago, with money firm; a good de- mand at seven per cent, and slow col- lections at Detroit; some stringency at Cleveland, with collections better than was expected considering light country trade, and some stringency at St. Paul, are the more prominent features. In general the interior markets appear fairly well supplied, notwithstanding the large amounts of money sent and South during the past four No important is soen is the great industries. (X ton continues to do well, and woolen goods have opened at last year's prices, but as yet without specially satisfactory indications. The iron trade is still in doubt whether tho increase in productions has been matched by the increase in consump- tion, and while tho prevailing opinion favors higher prices, it may be noticed that moderate lots are occasionally of- fered below current-quotations, while iu bar iron the feeling is loss confident of late; in plate iron tho movement is not very active, and no sales of rails are re- ported.______________ Ten Men Buried in the Wreck. AUGUSTA, Ga., Jan. a fire at the waste factory of the Riverside mills last night, part of the wall and roof fell upon a number of men who were throwing bales of waste stock out of the windows. Two white men and eight negroes were buried in the wreck, but were rescued alive, though all sus- tained more or less injury. Reuben Williams will probably die. Joe Me Cord and Andrew AVilson were seriously hurt. The damage to the mill is 000; covered by insurance. A for Tammany. NEW YORK. Jan. Supreme Court yesterday decided that Genera James C. Duane, a retired officer of the army, is eligible to hold the office of Aqueduct Commissioner. This is the outcome of the proceedings institutoc by Tammany men tooustGcneral Duane from the presidency of the Aqueduct Commission, on the ground that the Ian creating the commission provides that no Federal officer shall be a member of it- _______________ of Democrats. Jan. caucus of Democratic Representatives was held last night- The meeting was called for the purpose of appointing a committee of Representatives to manage the Con- gressional campaign of next falL It agreed that each State delejrati on should select one of its members for the cora- mittcc. making forty-two in alL Tit- -tan. Darenport. the oldest in AJIQ sen oT the WASHINGTON, Jan. conspicuous object in the House Friday morning was" he vacant desk of Judge Kelley, which draped with, black and decorated with a bouquet of flowers. The Chaplain In his prayer made a feeling allusion to the death of the "father of the House." Immediately after the reading of the journal Mr. O'Neill, of Pennsylvania, addressed the chair in voice trembling with emotion, reciting ;he fact of the death of Judge Kelley, sis long and friendship with ;he deceased and hia distinguished serv- oes to hia district and the country at large for so many Mr. O'NeilJ offered a series of resolu- tions (which were adopted) expressive of the grief of the House over the sad event; appointing to-day at noon as the time, and the House of Representatives as the place for holding an appropriate service in honor of the deceased; that a committee of the House and Senate be appointed to attend the funeral in Phil- adelphia; and that the House adjourn as a further mark of respect to the memory of its oldest member. The then adjourned._______________ PARING ROBBERY. Treasurer of a Town Relieved of 88OO by an Enterprising Footpad. DEPERE, Wis., Jan.- Treas- urer Edward Vanderwiele was on Thurs- day nighfetthe victim of a robbery to the amount of At the close of the day's business he had in his possession about This amount he was de- sirous of depositing in the bank, and in tiis anxiety to do so before the bank closed he forgot two packages of 8300 and respectively, whtch with other money was separately placed in a pock- etbook. On his way home he entered a saloon on the principal business street, and passed out through the backdoor. While In the alley, he thought to reasovo the pocketbook to an inner vest pocket for greater safety. In the act of doing so he received a violent blowin the breast, the pocketbook was snatched from his hand and the robber ran rapidly down a back street. Ineffectual search was made for the robber. BLOWN TO PIECES. Boiler Explosion Demolishes the Front of a Building In Chicago and Injures Sev- eral Persona. CHICAGO, Jan. terrific boiler explosion occurred Friday afternoon in the basement of the John Morris Sta- tionery and Printing Company, Nos. 118 to 120 Monroe street, causing damage, but no loss of life, though sev- eral of the small army of employes were seriously and many slightly hurt. "The entire Iront Of the building, as per- tains to glass and doorways, was blown like chopped straw into the street and great pieces of heavy plate glass were strewn for half a block around. So great was the force of the explosion that pieces of glass were stuck into the woodwork of buildings across the Street. A part of three floors in the rear of the Morris building were torn up and splin- tered as though by a cyclone. The cause of the explosion is not known. Claimed Salvage from the "Wreck. NEW YOHK, Jan. steamship Aline arrived yesterday with part of the crew of the American schooner Lacka- u-anna, which was totally wrecked at Jerema, December 22. Tho schooner was thrown upon the reef by an incom- petent pilot. When the vessel had gone to pieces a number of beach idlers claimed the salvage. Captain Ford is still at Jerema seeking redress. Accidentally Killed His Mother. PITTSBURGH, Jan ing while John Drake, aged twenty years, was cleaning the cylinder of his revolver, the trigger snapped and the pistol was discharged. The bullet en- tered the head of Drake's mother, who was standing near by, killing her in- stantly. The young man is almost in- sane over the result and attributes it to his own carelessness. Laplant and Vlctinu- N. H., Jan. Laplant, charged with murdering his two-year-old grandson at Center Haver- hill, last Saturday, has waived further examination and will be tried at the March term. Winnie Laplant. the little granddaughter whom he assaulted with a hammer, may recover, but will lose the sight of one eye and the use of an arm. In Behalf of the Croain CHICAGO, Jan. afternoon Daniel Donohne, one of the counsel for the Cronin prisoners, filed with Deputy Clerk Stephens, of the Criminal Court, the motion for a new trial for Coughlin, Burke. O'Sullivan and Kunze. Forty- three grounds are given to sustain tho motion, argument on which will begin before Judge McConnell next Monday. MS OE Recent Events iu Buckeyedom Briefly MYEKS SOJSIDED. Why the WeU-Kuowo Politician Abandoned Fight Brloe. COLUMBUS, O.. Jan. most as- tonishing phase of the Senatorial cam- paign was that in which Allen O. Myers figured during the early part of this week. He came to towp. with fire in his eye and his tongue loose, and for a time his abuse of lirice was awfuL All at once Myers was missed and has not been seen here since, lloro is the reason for his absence.' It had been his habit, when he first arrived at tho Neil House, to go about the lobbies with a revolver wrapped in a pocket handkerchief, with which he would go through the motions of dusting the coat of any one whom he would take a notion to intimidate. Finally he ran afoul of General L. M. Meilley, the Adjutant General during Governor Bishop's administration. Meil- ley is a brother-in-law of Brice. He lis- tened patiently for some time to the abuse of Brice by Myers, but finally he made a break for Allen and took his re- volver from him. Handing it to the clerk of the Neil House he proceeded to give Myers the worst tongue lashing he ever got in his life, winding up his har- angue by swearing he'd kill Myers on tho least provocation and warning him to get out of town. Allen left the same night and has not been heard of since. His reception here by Democrats was very cold, the Hamilton County mem- bers refusing to talk to him or even lis- ten to him. CL.EVELANPJERS IN' LUCK. Big; Boodle Secured by Forest City Sports Whose Chickens Wou a Great Battle. CLKVELASD, Jan. was learned late Friday afternoon that the big cock- ing mam atChillicothehad been won by Cleveland birds. Twenty-eight roosters were taken from this city and a big crowd of sports went down to Chillicothe to see tho contest, taking with them over to bet on the affair. The battle began at two o'clock Thursday afternoon and continued nearly all night. Of the nineteen fights compris- ing the main, thirteen were won by Cleveland birds and the sports from this aity got rich at the expense of the Cir- cleville, Columbus. Chillicothe and Cin- cinnati men who were in attendance. Six of the crowd who went from here got back Friday afternoon. They stated that all the Clevelanders had made big winnings, the aggregate being way up in the thousands. A Boss County official is said'to have sold tickets for the main, while a Chillicothe oilicial took the pasteboards at the door. The battles were for S50, with on the main. NOT AT ALL PROBABLE. Rumors That Mr. Brice May Tet be De- feated for Senator. COLUMBUS, O., Jan. Colum- bus Dispatch said, Friday afternoon: "Notwithstanding the fact that Mr. Brica received the unanimous vote of the caucus, he maybe defeated for Senator, owing to the fact that the Democrats have only five of a majority on joint bal- lot, one of which is Mr. Knapp, of De- fiance, who is now dead, and Lawler, ol Franklin, who is not expected to live, and three of which of Licking; Kounts, or Shelby, and Smith, of not attend the caucus. It will be readily seen if these three members fail to support the nomi- nee of the caucus the State of Ohio may be represented by a in the Senate.'' _______________ IT WAS FOB REVENGE. Erte KallrraMi X. Y-, Jan. blue Las ajrain male ilf appearance the Erie road. Conductor Brooks, of  ush back some one who was clinging to his legs. The bodies of the negroes were recovered, but not identified. The sand accumulating at the door by the sudden sinking of the caisson had edged in the body of a white man in such a manner that it could not ta moved. Last night the air pumps were shut off and the wofk of attempting to reach ,he interior of the caisson through the shaft was abandoned. Another caisson will be sunk alongside the old and an effort be made to reach the interior of the caisson room in which the four- .een workmen are entombed, by work- ing from the new caisson. THE WORLD'S TAIR. Claims for the Ex poult Ion of 1892 Presented In an Abie Manner. WASHESOTOS, .tan. quadri- centennial committee of the Senate_met yesterday and heard arguments in favor of holding the World's Fair in Waah- ngton. Secretary Anderson, of the Washington board of promotion, spoke first. He said that ho had received let- .ers from the Governors of forty-one States and Territories accepting mem- bership in the board of promotion, and promising -to co-operate and do all in ;heir power to further tho interests of Washington in the matter. The ex- pense of holding the Exposition should 3 borne by the Government. Washington, he said, was the city of St. Louis, Chicago and New York, for it jelonged to the nation and representa- ;ives from these cities each had a vote directing the government of this city. Washington was fully able to accommo- date all who came. He cited the benefit ;o derived by the erection of perma- nent buildings. General Felix Agnus, of Baltimore, the next speaker, saJd he came as an en- voy from tho State of Maryland to favor Washington as the place for holding the Exposition. The address of General Agnus concluded hearing and the committee adjourned until this morn- ing, when tho claims of New York and Chicago will be heard. KILLED BY HIS MISTRESS. The Illicit Love of a Farmer -for a Widow Ends In a Tragedy. ELMIRA, N. Y., Jan after- noon Chief of Police Little was sum- moned to the house of Mrs. Mary Eilen- berger, 520 East Church street, where it was reported that a- man had shot him- self. "When Little opened tho frontdoor it struck against the body of AVilliatn Edwards, a well-to-do farmer residing in this county. Tie was lying on his face in a pool of blood and a revolver was lying by his side. Mrs. Eilenberger was the only living inmate of the house. She said that she and Edwards had quarreled over money matters and he drew a revolver and threatened to.shoot her. In attempting to get, the weapon from him it was dis- charged and the ball entered Edwards' head. It Was discovered that the b.ill had been fired into the back of Edwards' neck and that the coat collar was burned by the powder. Mrs. Eilenbcrger was arrested for the murder. The couple have maintained intimate relations for a number of years. Mrs. Eilenberger is a widow. Edwards was married and had a family._______________ National Military Park. WASHISOTOS. Jan. bill has been prepared .by General Grosvenor estab- lishing the Chattanooga and Chicka- mauga National Military Park, which has the support of the leading members of the societies of the Army of the Cum-1 berland, the Army of the Tennessee and the Army of the Potomac and all the leading ex-Confederate officers engaged in the battles indicated. Farnacemen Kiilea ana injnrea. PlTTSBTJEGIT, Jan. drilling out some scaffolding at the Lucy fur- nace yesterday the molten metal broke through tho and an explosion followed. Thomas Welch, a workman, was instantly killed; Michael Welch fatally injured, and a number ot others, burned. Tho casiing bouse was badly damaged by fire. Lockout Inaoffvrated- HATEnitti.i-, Mass., Jan. Shoe Manufacturers' Association has issued a manifesto ic which they agree to close factories to-Tiijht urid keep thcic closed until the Shoemakers" Union per- mits J. H. Wijichell Co.'s men tore- turn to work. Eacb of the as- S-VO-w bond vo carry r clerks. t-trs and ten p- a. SM Of ite ctesiVr was io 'Ac StaV Board oJ for tion Jo ;d 14. A4- in N. Y_ Jan- W. A. V> -nrJinr ail Miller. F. N. Tfcr of o.. 
                            

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