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   Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1890, Salem, Ohio                               SALEM DAILY NEWS. II. NO. 116. SALEM. OHIO, FRIDAY. MAY 16. 1890. i Men Hemmed ID Uing Carth. iland, Pa., Which Gives i for the Victims. II of Klack rutiud the Mouth of tbe Pa., May IC.-An ex- ccurrcd at noon Thurs- ae of the Lchigh aid 1 Company at Ashley. Dows and 100 men are f of the caved-in mine, g their way slowly to the men were at work. hemmed in entirely 5 to make their escape 'he number of men in iated at twenty-seven. caused by weakening porting the surface, -tends over a half mile udes a portion of the rillacre called Mafett's number of houses went irface, but only a few lly datnacred. ock it was announced ascaing parties badsuc- ng through one of the h the cave It was they reached the first le was lying at the bot- t plane, and in order to necessary to lower with a rope. This was hatred and blackened Froyne was hoisted to was still alive, hut his idered fatal i was spread that Froyne Ling of gloom came over for tney realized ittle hope of his corn- escaped death. Froyne ve wandered away from while trying to find a explosion of gas in >r. If this explosion ex- the other men were escape are very slight. t f -foe scene of tbe j effect that the rescu- notrated to within sight ,cs, but the gas was so vere driven back to the lace is full of black r approach in the direc- rns is impossible, even ip. r, very lictle hope isen- ny of the men will be ?he men entombed are and hare large fa mi- it on -support 1 the mouth of the pit ng one TVives and ilose up to the dark in as if their love darkness of the fatal a cries of the little ones fathers make the hear- The men who form ty are strangers to fear, n the bounds of possi- ie men inside they will or their bodies restored irough which the res- red into the gangway is c of a deep wooded ra- s in the immediate vi- ning is lipbted with lo- :hts. torches and lan- woird and fitful gleams yawning cavern where rs labor in the hope of fellows. Outside this darkness. :lock last night there s'2 the crov.d eagerly Two werccom- K a hmp form on a njpn proved to Me but wili lhat Time or the LeCi.utun. WASHCJCTOS, May Ift-SESAit-The Senat. yesterday agreed to a reso'u'.ioa caUing on thi CommlsstoBers of me District of Columbia foi Infannatten M to employment ot laborers of pobhc works In District and whether thej are required to more than eight hours a Other bus-ness of a routine nature bavin" oeen transacted tte Senate resumed tionof theSUxerbi'landMr. Teller continued He tnere n ere two features the S her '-that to nisi to the I absoljiely th. h, not( s Provided for money "if" tLe h'gbesl ,P'U'ty I10t ln the X-fmt ?Ll the Held tne th'lT took tou torn all al leud oa enttrpnses ved against s Ivor as money. that had woru u haa lts -eat m Europe, but it had its here U had added onl: tmrd to the national debt of tho United Stales py legislation, and hid jflued -in eaual amount to State, ttunuipal and inuuiduil debts in conclusian Mr. Teller Senators might governed by fear of tbe Executne veto, but he would follow the dictates ot his judgment He believed If every Senator would nesaiae thei wo.ild nave a free coinage act. e n'ixt d the Sen ate In to 01 i !lnd 1 coinage of sih er. At tte close of Mr Coke s speech the bill to authorise- the sal" ni timber on the Menomonee Indian resen-afon in' en from the calendar and passed After a brief secret session the Senate adjourned. HoTjSB-Mr McKinlry rented are-olutlon provld.ng that here.ifter House shall meet at eleven thai after the reading of the aod tne "Msposal of con ere ic r oorts the House go m'o Comaiitiee of the Whole oa the tariff bill; that the bill shall be read -with 111, and snail be open to amendments on -xny part of the bill following paragraph 110. and that on Wed- nesday next at noon the bill with pendlnz amendments shall be reported to the House. The resolution offered by Mr. McKlnley occa a long debate and severe criticism of the the CojQmlttee on Rules By the The resolution was finally adopted-yeas ia> hays SO. Messrs Sawyer and Yoder were ap- on tbe 8ena e The House tkenweut Into of the Whole o-i tbe tariff bill The n idlng ot the bill Consumed the rem r of the and at 1 s conclusion the comint tee rose ana the House took a recess until e'ght o'c oflt, the ev nmg session to be for consideration of private pen BE ALUANCR Demands Upon Again Explained. The Sub-Treasury ftr Agricultural Products Would Believe Existing Deprenion Tariff SHOT A JLAWYEB, Cold-niooded Jf t-w "York At- torney by a Man Who Tried to Kob HU Hothpr of a Fortune. NEW YOKK, May Alphonse J. Stephanie, of Philadelphia, walked into the office of lawyer Ciinton G-. Reynolds, at No. 61 Wall street, shortly after noon Thursday and fa tally-shot Reynolds in the leftside with a revolver He then attempted to shoot others in the office, but was prevented and arrested. Mr. Reynolds was taken tj Chambers Street Hospital. He is aity-eAght years old. On Stephanie being taken to the Old Slip station and charged with the shoot- ing he made a lone statement, the sub- stance of which was as follows: He is twenty-five years of father-died three years leaving his wile sole executrix of the estate, making a pro- vision for hi-, children after her death. Alphonse Stephanie in the settlement of the estate obuincd possession of quite a sum of money belonging to his mather and invested it in bonds, which be had made out to himself and depos- ited ttiem in a safe deposit company's vaults. A few months ago a request from his mother for an account of these bonds vvas refused. After several un- successful efforts Mrs. Stephanie en- gaged Clinton G. Reynolds as counsel, and he told her to make a personal de- mand of her son for tho money, which she did. During the interview at that time tho son knocked her down with a chair." This was a month ago, and Stephanie left for Europe on the day tbe occarronc'w He returned to Xctv York yesterday morning- and while on the dock was served with the papers in an attachment which Rey- nolds had obtained on his safe deposit oos and Jts contents daring his Nothing more known of him until he appeared in the lawyer's office. Grrat Ilarc for Hie Xr.iv May The race track of tte -locker at, Graves- end was jamrn-vi -with a sc'15.1 Mass o' humanity yosttrdar. Th? of the n3 wa  be able to work better ia Harmony with the cirp-jn of whose trade they are really only a branch. JOLIET. El May A strike was in- augurated here yesterday ainonj the stone and brick masons for eight hours a day and ten hours' pay. One contrac- tor granted tbe demand, but others are trying to get non-union nnn. ACTIVELY_AT WOKK. National Conference of CUaritlei and Cor- rection UnidneiM. BA.LTIMORK, May The active work of the national conference of charities and correction was begun yesterday, Mrs. Judsre Goodie t, of Nashville, ex- tended the conference an invitation to meet next year at Nashville, Tcnn. The in vitation, she said, was signed by the Governor of the State and other prominent persons. C. U. Truesdale, of Chicago, said he hoped the delegates wonld not think him too previous if ha put in the Chicago claim tor the confer- ence in 1393. He was in favor of calling an international congress of charities and correction, and he moved that a committee be adopted to consider the feasibility of the project. The motion was adopted. Mrs. baruh A. Spencer, of "Washing- ton, extended an invitation to visit Washington next Thursday. The dele- gates could be assured of a hearty wel- come from President Harrison, Congress and. the whole people of the city. The invitation was accepted. The "prisoners' Sunday" was the subject ol special report by General Brinkerhoff, of Ohio. Crime is fright- fully on the increase and, for the last fifty years, has risen like a tide to which there is no ebb. In 1S50 the criminals were one in every of the popula- tion; in 1SSO one in 837 and from present appearances the census of 1890 will show one in every 500. This condition mast be checked or civilized society mast cease to exist. PRESBYTERIAN ASSEMBLY. Ftrat of the Great Con- vention Which 'Will Upon the tloa of Kerictnr the CnnfeMlon of Faith. SARATOGA, X. T., May less khat 1.530 persons crowded the seats, aisles and galleries of the First Presby- terian church Thursday when Rev. Dr. Qcrrick Johnson, of Chicago, made the initial prayer and opened the first meet- ing of the General Presbyterian Assem- bly. Tbe hymn "All Hail the Power of Jesns" was then sung with won- derful the entire congrcjatioa joining in with vigor. Dr. Patten, pres- ident of Princeton College, read tho lesson and was followed in waver by Rev. Howard Crosby, of Xcw York. Kcr. W. C. D. D.. of ihe retiring moderator, then deliverwl a vnnon. at f m. and Dr. Wjiiiam Otl O.. TV-re WT of Happentnrs OMo TRAINMEN ON A STKIKE. Tart of the Valley Railroad for and Quit Tronnto Settled at n p. and a-c May Freight traffic on the Valley railway was virtually sus- pended from Wednesday evening, when the yard conductors and brakemen in this city quit work and demanded an in- crease in wages, until yesterday after- noon. The strike in the yard made it impossible for through freight trains "to be made up and the side tracks being filled with cars, the suspension of through freight traffic resulted. The day vard brakomen have been getting a day and the night men 83.20. They asked for what is known as the Chicago switchmen's standard of wages, 27X cents per hour for day work and 29K cents for night work. The con- ductors, who now receive 82.BO a day for day work and S3 70 for night work, asked for an increase of 20 cents for day and 30 cents for night work. The reasons given by the yardmen for the demanded increase in wages is that they have the hardest work to do of any railroad force in Cleveland. As a result of a confer- once between the superintendent and the switchmen the strike was declared off In the afternoon and the men re- turned to work. Fleelnjr from an Angry Father. NrLFR, O., May William Francis, a popular dry goods clerk, and Daisy Benedict, daughter ot a prominent busi- ness man. have eloped. Wednesday evening they started to drive to War- ren to get a license, but Miss Benedict's father, hearing of it, headed them off by telegraphing to the probate judge and then followed there. The couple fled to Akron and Benedict telegraphed there to have them arrested on eight. Papa Benedict is furious, and youn Francis would faro roughly at his hands. Woman Warned bv White EATOX, O.. May A White Cap no- tice was on Wednesday night given Mrs. Elizabeth J. Nossette to leave town within two days. She is the woman Dr. Hawley mentioned in a note to the pub- lic as being the cause of suicide. About twenty-five men isited the Nossette premises Wednesday, night, but she and her husband were not at home. This fact doubtless prevented a scene of violence. Eclectic In Convoitloo. COLUMBUS, O., !May li> Ohio Eclectic Medical Association convened here Wednesday in annual session, with about fiftv members present. The ses- sion was devoted to listening to the ad- dress of Dr. Lymon Watkins of Blan- chester, and the reading of papers on medicine and surgery by several mem- bers. Tbe association banquetted at the American House and concluded its session yesterday. Biff Kick Acatmt Crnel rnnlnhment. TROY, O.. May There is great dis- satisfaction among the citizens of our town on account of the use of tbe cow- bide in our public schools, and unless it is abated promises to bring forth some startling facts. It is claimed that the punishment- of children for infraction ot the rules is cruel, one pupil having been given forty laches with z whip. National Lodge f YoryosTowv. O.. May The Xa- tional Lodge of Ivorites began its ses- sion hero Wednesday. The opening ad- dress was made bv Senator Anthony Itowclis. of an honorary of the Lodge of IvoriJ.es. Reports received show that the order has in its treasury TWO CENTS. BIO BANKING SCHEME. With a Capital of Will Karaite In at aen City ftUtaMKh la New YOBX, May Univentl Truat Found In a ZHtrh. Wnirr. O.. May school fonaJ remains of a man lying on the   Wit EC K. Frelcht Train Completely Deiao'hhrd a Hiijr Killed Wh.le n Ride. BUFFALO, K Y May freight cars, the caboose, car and engine svere wrecked throe east of Hamburg, on the Buffalo Southwestern division of the Erie Wed- nesday nigat. This is near the spot where the recent Lake Shore accident occurred. The cars were strewn tn every direction arid the engine on top df them, Engineer Glair and Fireman Cronin escaped with slight injuries, Albert Froehly, son of Undertaker Froehly, of Hamburg, who was stealiaf a ride, was killed. The wreck caused by a rear-end collision. The -Irst freight t-ain broke in two and the following train crashed into the broken half. School Boy Col., May K; Onre a year the Attic Debating Society, of the higV school, oilers prizes for tho best essay. Among those, who competed --'-vj night's meeting was Jamts J. Mozier. seventeen years old, whose effort proved a failure Humiliated at the outcome, the young man declined to accept invitation of a party of friends to join' them At ice but went home, where he procured a revolver and put an end to his life. A letter found on his person sUtinp that he was convinced that life was to him, expressing his love tor his and his and wishing them every success in life -Iciice of a .Marine ST. PIKBIUE. Miqueion, Miiy Newfoundland fisherman hits brought here a pair of boots, apparently of French make, taken off the topmast of sunken brig at Lawn Point, an up- right cliff on the Newfoundland coast. From tbe floating debris it is supposed to be the "French brig Louis, f rora Roi- tcrdam for Miqueion. which sailed oa March 10. A boat being or. deck and all sails set. it is presumed tbe vessel struck during the night and all were lost Indicted for Aiding Illegal Voting. PEOKIA. 111.. May Peoria County gr.ind jury returned indict- ments Edward Spelssaa an4 Frank -I. for aiding- and abetting illegal rotniar. A bill was also returned against Charles Sabeenstcin for offense. Quinn gave bonds for S4.9M aad a bench warmnt bc.es ir.stied for Speiisai. who U in Thiladclpnia. Spel- lpn.n. ofiicer of tac C'.an-na- tiacl. gaine-l IB the Cronia trial cf his Ind. at May Moriey. aged thirty, of leaver Pa., aad Sarah Storey, acrf >lay a ffca'-r aaJi afirtrovan; n- Sharon. I'o.. 3i-jt a n: that irr Joivr 'im: i a y.mac j i.. i.. u4 r'.i.r-s. !rt: r. arrj tut. luns mjih f, Jt Hi -13 j f 1, t'..rr in TV- S-iJr Jmc T.c t ut Ti-ifctr___ i f K SL 4 i. tij- "j ir TV a" tc TI.I'IC- il" t- a .a 1M tl "1 -IT i i i n' ;ti- nl-i'" J-n.A'j w, i-j-i- i :n, ,T._-. T r T Y" l Jj- u; T f--r- -.4. .t f T (l. TUX i .Mrs tf. HT-T a, tn 1 1J" n. -v- -.1. 7' JN-, T- i5a... ,.'T V 4K, _ I AiMK. _ Tw T f 3N" nl A sir j U -W WH. ItM "-I. f v "W k-. 
                            

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