Salem Daily News, February 14, 1890

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February 14, 1890

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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1890, Salem, Ohio HE SALEM DAILY NEWS. NO. 38. SALEM. OHIO, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY U. 1890. TWO CENTS. i CAPITAL Cases Soon to led. elief from ivils. for an loterme- for >llo JUquor Traffic Fair Site. Senate 33 and Elections 3 up the Montana Republican and ecthave been no-' given a hearing to present their have nbers of the com- ing impression is ill make a report Republican claim- ittee of the House Featherstono vs. district) to-day, ee. who lias the favor of seating Republican mem- e will probably imittee may also ting- of the Mudd- aryland district) so favored by the Df the committee sported favorably ocrats submitting 0. Boyd, Messrs, jorge Blair, all ol before the Ways se yesterday and glslation for the arehousemen and Keogh submitted g and signed by a en employed in imported into the y forth that, by ariff laws, their iriously impared; of work have de- ambers employed a large amounl stored in foreign >on which is done shipped to for consumption srtain to increase immediate aid ia Bar As- >fore the sub-com- ind House Com- esterday to make the bills intendec sine Court of the j pressure of busi- low engaged. The vere in favor of an 3 court. of tbe Women's Union, yesterdaj Committee on the Be in favor of the introduced in the to provide for a bject of the alco- bill introduced by n? the transporta- liquors from any tho District of Co- icr Slate or Terri- violation of the Schade, editor of nel, followed in an to the bills. Vorld's Fair Com- las been called for ft prepared by Mr. hod of choosing a n. The matter of by no radi- proposed to drop the lowest number each ballot. Marx Weakening? Apple- League Uase Ball Eltnira yesterday Richardson, the fa- in, would sign a play in his old po- Mr. Appleton said will biga a League Among the there is a disposi- r as a Leag-uc bl u ST. istnjot amonfc the ten their organ ira- Machine. M. Mc- I'ourih street, re- Jar a package posV- srairh proved to r cotton. so inv-ntioa was an OM Work iu the Senate and HOBM of WASIUFGTOH, Feb. the Sen- ate yesterday a number of bills were reported from committees and placed on the calendar. Amoac them was one for the establishment and maintenance of Indian industrial schools ia Michigan aad South Dakota. The bill appropri- ating tor a public building at Portland, Ore., was passed. Consideration of the bill to provide a tem- porary government for Oklahoma was then re- sumed, the pending question being Mr. Plumb's amendment to Include "So Man's Land" within the Territory. Attar some discussion on the amendment a vote was taken and it was agreed to. Mr. Plumb offered an amendment attaching the Cherokee .outlet to Oklahoma for judicial purposes. The amendment, after some discus- sion, was rejected Some funher formal amend- nents were agreed to and the bill was passed. The Senate went into secret session and adjourned. Senate jo nt resilut-on congrat- ulating the peop e of the united States of Bra- zil on the aao.it or. of a rcpub i. au lorrn of gov- ernment was passed ui-an mous'y. Cons Af atioa of the code of "rules was then proceeded wiihc. An amendment wus adopted requiring the titles of com juttee reports to be entered on the journal. Clause 3 is amended so us to read as follows: On the demand of any member, or at the sug- gestion of the Speaker tht of members Sufficient to majj; a quoi urn m the hall of the House, who do not shall be voted by the clerk and recorded :n lounial and repotted to the Sneaker with'hen m s of the members and be counted ud ,i n uneed in deter- mining the presence o' a quorum to do business. The amendment Convention. NEW YottK. Feb. meeting of American Newspaper Association opened Thursday, James W Scott, of tie Chicago Herald, presid- ing. About seventy-fire people were present. A resolution favoring- the passage of an International Copyright bill was adopted- and it rc- to iarite the co-operation of the National Editorial Association with this association to the mutual advantage of each. Walls Prevent of Moat JEvor Injured. CHICAGO, Feb, o'clock Thursday morning fire originated in the Adams and Market street corner of the Farwell block and before the flames were under control that section of the building was completely gutted from top to bottom. A first alarm was speed- ily succeeded by a second, then a third and finally a fourth alarm was turned in, bringing engines from all parts of the city. The fire tug Geyser came to the rescue, and threw a heavyistream upon the blazing structure. The fire started 4n the pressing de- partment of Work Bros., manufacturers of clothing and uniforms, -on the sixth floor, and spread from one floor to an- other with great rapidity. It required the greatest exertion on the part of the firemen to prevent the spread of the flames throughout the entire block. A fire-wall running through the block sixty-six feet on Monroe street and an- other running paiallel with the river 175 feet west of Market street, saved the north end of the building, occupied by J. V. Farwell Co. The firms which occupied the burned end of the building are Work Bros., manufacturers of clothing and uni- forms, and Taylor Bros., manufacturers of hats and caps. The Farwell block was built in separ- ate risks, each divided thick concrete walls. The burned portion is one risk and cost one-ninth of the whole cost of tho building, or Had not the concrete walls proved effective a blaze would have resulted. M. G. Embel Sons, occupying the next section north of the bu-sned portion, suf- fered no loss. Thirty-two engines, sev- en chemicals and the two fire boats, Chi- cago and Geyser, fairly drowned out the fire, flooding the streets and sewers. Tbe fire was under control by o'clock. The fire started, it is thought, from an overheated steam coil. The losses are- Work Bros Co., Taylor Bros., S50.000: building, Mendel Bros., Insur- ance not yet known, but the losses are believed to be fully covered. William Sallander, of truck No. 2, fell from a ladder, striking on his head on the stone pavement. He was terribly cut, his skull fractured and he will probably die. John Meyers, of truclt Xo. 1, fell with the crashing in of the third floor and was dragged out uncon- scious. It is thought he will recover. Tlrfee other firemen were badly cut about the face and hands by flying glass, but not dangerously hurt. Viet IBM of Weatera Creed for Gala tm Iftaatt ItaacUd fcy Wetae. GAJKESVUAJE, Tex., Feb. hM of murder in the Chickasaw Nation, near Puroell, a few days ago. Two cowboys while hunt- ing cattle in the WashiU bottom dis- covered a covered wagon standing in a ravine with tour bodies near it. One was that of a man probably sixty years old, another that of an old woman, while the other two of a young woman, twenty years of age, and a little girl some ten years old. Wolves had visited the spot since the murder, for the bodies were mangled and the clothing was torn to shreds. All the victims had been shot. Robbery the object, as every thing in the wagon had been scattered about and was lying near on the ground. The discoverers dug four shallow graves and placed the bod ies in them, in order to keep wild beasts from further molesting them. The young men went to Purcell and reported their discovery to a deputy marshal, who afterwards Started for the scene of the murder with a -oosse to make a thorough investiga- tion of the affair. Those murdered, it is believed, composed a family moving from Texas to Oklahoma, and met their fate at the hands of desperadoes who inhabit that region of country. AH ASSASSIN'S WORK. A Physician Shot Down in HU Brother Arrested ou Suspicion. PAW PAW, Mich., Feb. fiend- ish attempt to assassinate Dr. Marvin Fosdick was made Tuesday night at his home in Aim ena, ten miles from here. The doctor is sixty years old and a bachelor. lie was sitting at a table in his office, hard at work, when suddenly the report of two gunshots rang out. The window was completely shattered and Dr. Fosdick fell to the floor ap- parently dead. The only occupant of the house with him was the hired man, who was in an adjoining room, and as soon as the shots were fired he ran to Fosdick's side and found that both charges had entered his employer's neck and shoulders. It wai hardly thought possible for him to re- cover, but he is still alive. Albert A. Fosdick, county surveyor, and brother of Fosdick, was arrested by Sheriff McFarland Wednesday night and lodged .in jail on suspicion of being con- nected with the crime. FRIGHTFUL ACCIDENT. A Locomotive's Boiler Explodes, Killing Two Men aud Badly Wounding Three Others. PITTSBURGH, Feb. boiler of a locomotive on the Pittsburgh, Mc- Keesport Youghiogheny railroad ex- ploded with terrific force at station, thirty miles from here, yester- day morning. The engine had taken a construction train loaded with labor- ers, most of them Hungarians and Ital- ians, to Douglass station, and was pro- ceeding up the road with only the caboose when the explosion occurred. The engine and caboose were demol- ished, the rails torn up and scalding water and pieces of the boiler scattered in all directions. Charles Jenkins, a flagman, was killed and John Ludwig, the engineer, was scalded so badly that he died in a hours. John Steadman, fireman: George Rist, conductor, and William McKinley. brakeman, were injured, but will re- cover. These men in the cab and caboose- Reports were current in this city that from five to thirty persons bad been killed and injured and a train with physicians was sent to the scene. The construction train was far enough away to prevent a much worse catastrophe and no others outside of those already namffd were injured. Steamship AT RANDOM. A Bunch of News Items Called in Onto. GENERAL ASSEMBLY. ill lioin Branches of tke State and 1m. grnalt, Feb. Governor Mar imls the Senate to order and presided wring most of the day. Bills were passed M bllows: To auttoiize the City Council of Can- On to borrow money to pay the expense of con- structing st storm water sewer system; to bonze the Council of Niles, Trumbull County, o transfer funds; to anthorire the ors ot Belmont County to improve a road; :o au- horize the expenditure of not more thau Detroit in West Cleveland; to authorize the village ot Utica, Licking County, to issue bonds and complete a town hall, au- thorizing the village of Jackson to bon ow md Improve streets and alleys; providing for ie inspection annually by the Adjutant Gen- eral of Ohio of the Ohio Military Academy at ?ortsmouth. the commissioning of its officers and the commission ng second lieutenants in he National Guard ol graduates of th; iustitu- lon; authorising county commissioners to limit to pounds the -weight of a load to be hauled over a public hiahway. Thirteen Semuors were given of absence :o visit the Ohio Soldiers' and SiiilorV Home at Sanduskv. Among the bills introduced were the following: To permit ihe taking of bluck lass from nny stream with hook and line be- tween May land June 15, providing that rail- road passenger faie shall not two ceuts mile when tickets are purchased, and three ;ents a mile in other cases Adjourned little episode occuued tins moruing during the consideration of ;i bill to increase the compensation of jurors in justices' courts to one dollar udaj. Mr Greeu, the coloicd member from Cuyahosa, was talking on the question, and was'several times interrupted by crion 01 ''agreed" from the Democratic side, despite Speaker Hysell's efforts to induce the membori to preserve order. Turning to his Mr Green said I consider this an aot of dis- courtesy When j ou attempt to cram "agreed" down a man s intimidate him Irom uttering his commit an act of great The rebuke silenced the members The bill was defeated, as was also one by Mr. Schuler to allow township treasu- rers tw o per ceut of money disbursed fiom the township fund. Bills passed. Increasing the bond of the Secretary of State from to amending Sections 6.266, and changing ahe word '-appoint" to "nominate" In drawing wills; amending Section so as to compel guardians to flic with probate court a full itemized statement of all funds of Ws ward's estate, together, with the nature of the Investment, security and rate of interest; Bills introduced: To require railroad com- panies ta heat cars after November, 1S90, -with steam from the locomotive; to authorize the board of education of Paulding special school district to issue J bonds to pay present in- to prohibit hunting on an- other s land without written permission viola- tors to be subject to a fine of to tea for first oHeose. PARRICIDE IN JAEL. Afalast B.vxTTMonE, Feb. Fut- Toye. agent hero for the Furness line of steamships, left this city for Europe nearly weeks ago aad reports have been in circulation since that he took __ __ ___ _ with him of the company's j agenW opooed ott them, driTSUf money and was accompanied bj a woman nothis wife. The company deny the defalcation and his -wife, who prostrated, to say anything-. Behring Sea Dinpate to be Settled. OTTAWA, Ont., Feb. Parlia- ment Wednesday night, Sir John Mac Donald said he discredited the rcpor telegraphed from AVashington that the United States Government had decidcc to strengthen the fleet of cruisers in Bebring Sea and to use more stringcn measures bearing on the coming season to keep Canadian sealers out of thosi waters. Negotiations were in progress which he had every reason for believinj would result in a satisfactory solution of the Behring Sea question very shortly Tonthfnl Mardorer Gives Himself Up BUTTE, Mont., Feb. 14. Thoma. Bryant, who on Wednesday shot anc killed his mother because she refusei to give him money, gave himself up t the authorities at Silver BOT- and wa brought here and lodged in jail. When searched he had over on his person money supposed to have been stole from a trunk in his mother's house. He told a rambling story to account for the shooting and apparently has no idea of the enormity of his crime. All Ready to Lynch MAJRCELIXE, Mo., Feb. Palace roller flour mill, owned by White Jb Schupp, was destroyed by fire Wednes- day night. Loss, insurance, 000. There was a large amount of wheat and flour stored in the mill. It is be- lieved the fixe was of incendiary origin. Five attempts have been made by incen- diaries within the past month to destroy the town. Large rewards are offered for the arrest of the firebugs and if caught It is tnought they will be lynched. A With Denperate ALTOS, 111., Feb. night throe tramps entered the ticket office of tho Chicago Jk Alton railroad at Godfrey and at the point of a revolver demanded of Frank Campbell, the agent, all the money on hand. The agent parleyed with them until he got possession of his pistol. Before he could it the leader of the tramps attempted to shoot him. his revolver fire and the Young- Man Who Killed Father With a Chair Put Behind Prison Walla. IKOSTOX. O., Feb. Far- rell, of Greasy Ridge, who broke his father's neck with a chair Sunday, has been lodged in jail here. The mur- dered man was very old, was nearly blind and quite deaf, but seems to have been very cruel to his son, who bears serious injuries to show what he en- dured before he struck the fatal blow .that made him fatherless and a mur- derer. It is probable that the evidence against the murderer will be purely cir- cumstantial, as father and son were alone when the fight took place, the young man denying that he struck his father, but was seen holding a chair in a threatening attitude when the family rushed into the room. He takes his ar- rest very coolly and refuses to talk con- cerning the terrible tragedy. Behind the for Forgery. 1 Mr. VERXOS, Feb. R. Sanger was arrested Wednesday for uttering and selling a forged promissory note amounting to The note was ne- gotiated over two years ago, and bore the names of Barton Sanger and John Myers as securities. Thoy both lived in Licking County and are uncles of the defendant. The former is dead and the latter denies the genuineness of his sig- nature. Sanger was remanded to prison in default of bail. Mayor Arrested for Appropriating Fnnrts. TOLEDO, O., Feb. mayor of Antwerp was arrested Wednesday night bf the sheriff of Paulding County, charged in twelve counts with appropri- ation of corporation funds and neglect of duty. The arrest has caused a largo sized sensation. The case will be heard before probate judge at PauldUg next Tuesday. _______________ for Utet. LANCASTER. O.. Feb. Danchy and Wyss institute suit to-day against Thomas B. Cox for alleged criminal libel and damans to the amount of S75.000 for publishing what in a damaging circular concerning apartncrshipbasinwwtransaction. Able counsel has retained to prosecute the case. Man.. Feb. Mani- O.. Feb. aaicaowa aoan who was found ATTOW- sill who cawc to tbi< Vireinia a short aj-o aai POWDEIt I3f THE STOVE. Dastardly Attempt on the Lives of a troit Family-An Kxplokiou With DETROIT, Mich., Feb. outrajje- ous attempt, presumably on the life of Mrs. Lipmeyer, of this city, occurred Thursday. As a result her mother ia. seriously, if not fatally injured and her house is badly wrecked. A year ago last October Mrs. Lipmeyer procured a divorce from her husband and received at the same time his interest in her present home, of which Lipmeyer'm brother owned the remaining portion. has been continual strife betweea Mrs. Liptneyer and her brother-in-law since then. He has frequently threat- ened her life and one time violently assaulted hei Yesterday morning wood was put Jato the stove and a started. Some time afterward the neigh- borhood was staftled by an explosion which was heard for blocks. It camo from the Lipmeyer residence and inves- tigation showed that the stove was blown to atoms and Mrs. Lipmeyer's mother seriously injured. The cause of the explosion was imme- diately investigated. It was found that a strong- odor of powder pervaded the Further search disclosed a block of wood which had been bored to a depth of one foot, and the condition of the cavity showed only too plainly tho presence of powder. It was a miracu- lous escape for the whole family, who were in the immediate vicinity of the stove. Mrs. Lipmeyer is at a loss to ac- count for the occurrence except by the story of her trouble with her brother-in- law. RIOTOUS BOO3IERS. Rtljfn of Terror limucuraled on the Xewly Opened Siuur Might Right and the Shotgun Kitten. PJDERTSB, S. D Feb 14 trouble occurred on the Mile Square and shoot- ing was general Wednesday. One man, a leader of the South Pierre boomers, called "Jesse .lames.'' was cut and shofe is now lying in a serious condition. Another man named Wolgemath is also' badly hurt, and a number of others were sandbagged and hurt in the general melee which went on all night. A vigilance committee went to a- Widow woman named Evans, who had, moved a house onto a lot which, claimed, had jumped by a man named McKee, and ordered her to movw the building at once or they would do it for her. bhe defitd thotn and yesterday morning- a mob bodily lifted the off and set it in the street. A car con- taining prominent Xorthw estern official! came in last night and they will at take to enforce their claims aa owners of the Mile Square. This wifl. still further com plicate matters and will surely lead to trouble. Men who were at the opening of Oklahoma say the dis- order on that occasion was small com- pared with what can now be seen here. NOT'CONSPIKATORS.__ Farnell and His Parliamentary Acquitted by the Commission of the Charges Brought by the London Times, Feb. report of tho Parnell Commission presented to Par- liament yesterday, finds that the re- spondent members of the House of Com- mons were not members of a conspiracy to establish the absolute independence of Ireland, but that some of them, to- gether with Michael Davitt. joined tho Land League with the intention to ac- coruplish by its means the independence of Ireland as a separate commission acquits Mr. Parnell and tha other accused members of insincerity ia their denunciation of the Phoenix Park murders and finds that the letter published in the Times, upoa which the charge was chiefly based as against Mr. Parnell, was a forgery. Street Car Occupants Fatally Injnred. 0., Feb. train No. 12 on the Pan-Handle railroad struck a street car containing several persons at the Union street crossing last even- ing, fatally injuring Mr. J. S. Smarts, proprietor of the Newark paper mill, and Mrs. Elizabeth Shultz. The lattcr's boy Carl was sated by the- coolness of Dr. EL S. Brown, who threw tbe little fellow out of a window on approach of danger. The car waft smashed to pieces. Eiprow Cferk Down. ST. Feb. Fuller, of the Pacific Express Company, has roceired a telegram notifying- him that F. A- Walxm. the money clerk who of company's monry at Tex- days ago. has traced to Toronto. Xo arrest aiade. tmt S-uperintcndeat says It it protvd that Waltcm carried MIT part oT into Canada Wean Vf there for rfand laroeay sad puaisbed. Wltk Kfllfetc Mfe J4- in noaaeo- ia this owsatrr. announce r a a <-T. Otrt. F-'x r-sr s-sax, A BfP Ii I tm M, i j i' ;

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