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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1890, Salem, Ohio THE SALEM DAILY NEWS. 3L-II- NO. 158. SALEM. OHIO, MONDAY JULY 7. 1890. CENTS fflG EVENTS t-ir in the Path ami Harbor aud 'u-i'ifi'iiil; Will Come Up i'; eok in rhe senate, .1 to Con- ,i, ii.iust- Vlso the Nat onal II I IH Kill. v 7. programme we.-'k in- -.s-.i.'e of the Postal Subsi- oi the Kiver and i (if tii" de- j.i I ominitteu on i he -Ail! cail the ,-1 t'aat he is willing. t'ie uniinishr-d :'e. ro hav- it laid the Postal Sllb- m iv be disposed li IN ii.iv..- been de- :i'n! will be passed i- in ,-harge of the i Appropriation b.ll, ,-v. '..i-t he would ask -ak'-a :.u to-dav. and Mr. ;i n-ii-'rter that he would insist mLr i'. -jon-U'lered. Tiiis means r n-i beHM'fn the two j- ir- and the result is doubt- Mr, l-'rye promises that the i llarlnir bill will not consume n -.weilays of the Senate's time, niii s-iho is desirous of getting it is not improbable r'itiani-'1 Committee will yield measure which is likely the continued discus- le taritf is the Sundry Civil Ap- on IjiU. which will probably be to til'.' S'-nato to-day. It is not ie that the conference report on cr bill will get back into the icforf- :hn end of the week, in ent the Tariff question will be COLHSIOX_AND PANIC. Steamer Kuus Into o Loaded With aud Sceue of C'oa- fusion Injured. NEW July c-ven- ing the freight stoamsbip Kl, auor ran into the- barges Walt T Sands and Charles Spear, loaded with excursionists, at Hell Ciate. There were about -j.Ouu persons on the bar-es and :he -reaii'st excite- prevailed ituionjr the women and children. In tin- p.v.nc th.it sev- eral were hurt. Tho tug Idle- wild, which was towing rht- barges, quickly ran to the Astoria shore, where ti'C uxcursionNts Tai- ui- were Taken to Bellovuo Hospital. Th.- excursionists were members of the Order of Foresy-rs, A FIERCE COSFLAGKATIOX. I Of Powder Injures Seven Chil- dren, Four Fatally. Gull and Immense Oumntltr of Hnrtu-.l Tawt.n. Mich. to Death. Micb.. July 7. Sunday the Sea Gull, alongside Sibley A: Kearinger's A Grocery Completely Demolished aud lire. Great piles of lumber were stretched along the bay, ox- the Ruins lke Fire. tending- far and down the dock. of Ml Th-. y and women i p'-aied to bo i and the X. up tir' S.I-IP..', i Sands she j smashod in a i i of the b i- eiibued and the- i and children w, ,1 fainted and the was made for the pri w Incurs and crew of the San, Is had all they could du to nersons from jumpinff Tii- w.is action of or backed soon I that a number of on board the barge were lying on deck in ayony. Those in of the excursion immediately ordered the Idlewild to make a landing so that medi- cal aid could be procured for the in- jured. When a landing had been made at Astoria word was sent to the village police station and a squad of reserves I Sparks Frotn a Fire Cracker Caused Calamity. Which Can-e Within a Hair'i I Ureath of Kvs-n More Horrible. S.irrii H VVKX. Pa.. July keg containing r'fty pour, Is of powder ex- i plodi-d in AuiT'.ist v-.n-rhN o-rocery store I i at Indi.stry. near Scvitt. Haven. Pa., Sat- I j nrday evening, completely wrecking the j and injurine- seven children, four of ih, m fatally. Tho exulosion was j d which 11.-1 !1 Ve T-l.'. au-1 number -kson, in th( _rust Smith, Jr., aged four- a resort for chiHren. .tc of the accident a large pre-.eni firing crackers. Sparks were carried on the breeze from the- tire to the hi-h -stacks of lumber. Fanned an angry ilarno they soon burs.1 forth into a eontla-jfration that ligiited up the The mill smKisi-d sl-.epuj-j- Ir.mber- men. who ran down to vhe .lock, cut the Sea Gull loose ami sent her adrift be- fore to tie- tiro. Slowly she drift-.-d down bay when opposite do by Hros. and dru-'-.i ashore again ami the carried giv.it torches of the lumber piles. From there harbor linally Wiiliain Locke's into LATEST NEWS ITEMS. she drilled d th- Women i e.xnloded with terrific force. building, which was a r.vo- em its foundation; finally stayed by mi p the barLreiiu-n. t'ni- a froui the b.-u-iri; it :if IIl" f.nur ana th i Mr. Mdk- Z'j of p. Cotnmittnc of the House call uj. two of the con- i-a-i's this week, but it ii> wishes of the Commit- to tho exact date for their Tne ca-.es are those of i (Oom. rili nf Virsrinia, o i airain.it Elhott (Uem. ;ii district of South Caro- Committee lias de- of the Republican con- fv v1. ill in all probability is a mulatto r. who lias but a small LTO blood in his veins, mi I'.uJoj will probably i a or tv.-n for the uonsider- of the National I'.ank- .iinl tiie Appropriations Coiu- ill report and endeavor to have time remains, the bill. nf the Cracker July American iia Manufacturing Company, a with a capital of i navinir factories in manv ''-'-s'ern cities, has secured ''a lots of hind in w.i1. probably purchase the A P': iuKr.cd'.atr-lv which t'-n ovens, with a capacity r barrels Hour a day. The win: is known as the r.< Company, will then :n thi, as j. .t strike. lhfl thi- How street "L" ?'-'rform duty be.- in I was soon on hand assisting the excur- sionists ashore. ADVIiXTUKOL'S Perllou a nai-ii one, twenty miles along the Lake Michigan coast and fifty-five miles up the St. Joseph river, swift currents, ra'.iids and dams, "'hi! party arrived safely here Saturday afternoon. Tuey i-atr. every nigLt and report a ei-.jin able trip. The women arc tho first who ever made the trip, whteh has not been attempted by nivn sitirr Indian times. They will return by tho same route this week. VVIM Acrrop on a Silver Hill. July The conferens on the bill expect to come to an agreement to-day. They have come to ftn nnderstaniinir in which the free coinage feature of the Senate substitute and the bullion rodemn-.ion feature of the House bill will bo strti'-k out. and the certificates to be I nndcw the new law shall be le-ral tender. Tho points of difference between them now are the questions whether the law shall g-o into iiniiiodiateiy. or thirty days its passage, and whether the amount of silver to be each month shall be JO.-iij'i or ounces. of IIi.i-MV-'.-n.i.K. July 7. Strych- nine in ijii.iMtri'-s has been found in thf: stomavti of .Mrs. l-teorge Avant. of this c-oiinly. who died under cirer.nistanees that pnison- ing. and whosn hi.'-.band is now lying in the Montgomery County jail at Clarks- ville char'_r'-'.i witn Owing to the social standing of Ihr- parlies tUo ai'air has created con-iderable stir. Avant claims he is innocent, although the evidence is him. liftin stor and wrecking it completely. Younu1 Smith's body was burm-d to a crisp and he was otherwise terribly manglod. John Hrauner. aged ten rears, had the soles of botii feet torn o-T, was fright- i fully burned about thu body and both were blown out. George Kohler, aired eight years, was badly burned about the body and the flesh was torn from his Willie Kohler sis years old. was burrxed about the head, breast and stomach. Emma Smith, aged nine years; Mary Smith, nineteen months, and Charlie Shoul, eight years, were all badlj burned, but will recover. The first foui named are still living, and every thing possible is being done to alleviate then sufferings, but their deaths are moment- arily expected. Tho ruins took fire, but were extinguished before the flames had gained much headway. Several kegs of powder were stored in the cellar, and a more horrible calamity was averted by tho prompt and heroic work of the neighbors in extinguishing the fire. CONFLICTING OltDEKS. Had Wreck Which Cai Persons. TV, r, orders M Itnilrotiil In Michigan Curious Injuries to Mniiy xr.v, Mich., July wreck about two miles Tiorth of Hay View Saturday. Freight train No. 10 collided with the dummy train from Hay View to Odin. Miss S. of Detroit, received seri- ous internal injuries and will probably din. William Grecrar. of Harbor Sprincs, Mich., had hi-, rignt leg broken and badly crushed brLnv the knee. Jay Xcwbcrry. and Ivlitii and Katie Mi-Arthur, of Bay View, were severely and half a dozen others were siighlly injur.-d by jumping from the open car. The dummy locomotive was demolished. The freight engine was badly wrecked and three freight cars were piled on the track. rioud-iinrst <'.ausr< Iminonsp Damn- MADISON-. July News been has receh'd of a cloud-bursr. which occr.rred in Kiehland County and occa- sioned a los- of or more. Four tftill dams were carried between Uichland and Lone Rock, while an iron bridure was wrecked at Eagle Mills. Tin.- St. Paul railroad wns darn- aged so badly that trains will be pre- vented from running for five davs, and two months will be necessary to restore the roadbed to first class condition. Crops also suffered greatly, and in Rich- flooded and in a NKV? Y..UK. July 7.-A man. ahor.t lif-.v vars oi-i. d as K. dead I; is a- earn Hot r v.-a Hy the pi.-ntiful uso of gre.-; of dynamite pik-s of hi; thrown into :he bay and the 1; burned itself out. consuming the docks to the water's ,-lge. The lumber mills and tho homes of the, lumbermen wore saved from destruction. The S.-a Gull was completely burn-d, and with her perished the cook. M.iry Cl.irk. The loss to the lumbermen is this sum s-JUU.oou falls uuon S Bearinger. upon Sibley AMEKICAXS IX FRONT. German Fed K llu Mpcritiff Opens With Grnnd I'ttrrnle In Which New Yorkers Are UiviMi the I'osi of Honor. BicKt.ix. July flnrman "ederal rifle meeting opened yesterday. The programme op-ned with a grand proces- sion to the town hall, starting from tho Brandenburg rraro. Tho line was ar- ranged in order of nationality, tho Americans taking prec-'denco of tho other foreigners. A striking feature of the pageant was groups of riflemen rep- resenting the development and advance- ment of German shooting associations since the thirteenth century. The streets comprising th-> Hnn of march werecrowcel wi'h people., who cheered thorns.dyes hoarse in honor of the visit- ors aud admiration of the display, llerr Von Forckenlieck. m-iyor of P.erlin. wel- comed tin- number of mcmb'-rs Independent 'orns abreast headed the procession. CONVICTS IN visitors at the town hall. A uf the Xew York in carriages Americans in two tho Ininiites of" the- KU-k .l.'i-.imt n Nc-.v the is (J July The convicts in tho State prison at Charlcstown made a riot- ous demonstration yeslvrday. when the Kertillon system of prison records, re- cently adopt'-d by the State authorities, went into use. This new regulation re- quires a minute description of each prisoner sentenced fur three years or more, with his photograph and criminal record to be tiled away for future use. When thy details of the system were read to the prisoners they sot up the cry which signifies resistance. The men were locked up in their c-jlls, but became so noisy that it was found nec- place 100 of solitary confinement. Much Hnrirlar Arrpil oil. I'a., .Inly 7. li. Clark, alias Ed [li'-b. of Delaware County, X. Y., has been working as a. helper at tho JUjtfalo. Roch'-wtfr >t Pittsburgh shops this city. is ;l and all around cracksman. In Otsesro and Del- aware counties he is wanted for no less than a burglaries and safe break- ing jobs und the authorities in these counties havf b'-.-n trying to locate him for a long limy. By the aid of Chief of I'olico and a dt.-U-c.tiv the bold robber was on Satard.iy apprehen i'jd and taken to Uneonta. N. Y. 'ha' c T! '...ST'.N. smash'-: ?rz Il-vons'nir- a- a rr.an oin National Hank and, the cashier's window, in of th'- V.. n and ri: into t. A who was --a-.jht thiofand The in ar- 1-1. r. '.V. V.i.. 7. by From all at Chairman Henry C. Payne has fixed upon August-Jn us the d...e for the Re- publican State convention in Wisconsin, and Milwaukee as the place. Supervisor Wadlin. of the Census Bureau, gives as an otticial estimate ot Boston's population -W7.-.M'3. The figures of tho census (.f iss0 were In We-.: Col., the other night, the Denver c'ae'.uical p.tint uork.s and feet ...f tl.i1 Larimer city cable railway was'urr.eii.. Loss partially Ins-red. At the safo of C. a-ent of Howard A; Co. and t.'ie S-.erliiig compiiiy, of Xew York. ,vas ro.ibi-i of .ire .ind jewelry valued at Husuiess the past week number for tiie Stales IM and for Canada Is. ur a of as com- I pared witii week the week previous ;o U-i. 'i'l'e .vato of Agri- cuhii'.v has a r, port on the crop pr sp.-cts ;u ilud vt.por: seems to in will be considerably '.he i-r.i.'e. 1 he P..pe has conMriued action of Archbishop I'oriigan in to Dr. of Kre.ikUu. who espoused tho cause of Dr. llurtscll will be traii-ierrcvi :e a rural parish. Matte's brew-TV at Xehraska City. Xeb., was destroyed by lire the other day. The lire started in the engiiit: room and was shortly after ward discovered in two other places. Two stores at Hay City, Mich., wore gutted by fire recently. Harper Heis- ner A. Co.. furniture dealers, lose Sl.V 000; insured for William Uich- ter's museum lo.st a collection valued at P'JO.OO'J. An occurred in a fireworks factory at Croydon. England, the other day, completely wrecking the building and several adjoining ones. Xo lives were lost. The pecuniary damage is very heavy. An express tram running at a high rate of speed struck a carriage which was crossing the track near Lippo, Ger- many, recently, killing three of its oc- cupants snd scriou.sly injuring two others. The three, killed were women. Edwin Chadwic'.c. noted Ungliah social and sanitary reformer, died at London recently, au'e 1 eighty-nine years. He had by Ins writings and pe.rsonal labors done much to improve the sani- tary condition of tin.1 people, especially of the poorer classes. Hon. P. T. Harnum celebrated his eightieth birthday on the by giving a dinner anil rec-euiion to employes and their families at Seaside Park, Bridgeport, Conn. About partook of the spread an 1 shoiven-.l upon the veteran showman. The famine winch lias for some time past prevailed in the Soudan is increas- ing rapidly. Thousands of natives aro without food of any kind and the num- ber of deaths from starvation is appall- ing. eh'1 report-, of this dreadful Btafe of affairs eomu horrible stories of sunnibalism. which is also said to bo on the, increase. Advices froin Kiirmah give painful ac- counts of the cniekies perpetrated bj tho police authorities on the wretched inhabitants. Although tor ture is expressly prohibited by law throughout the British empire, Iluniiali appears to be an exception, it. being the custom of the police in ain district! to extract confessions from accused per Bons by torture. Duwk.v Hero Pa.. July 7.--Jobr Moody, colored, was drowned yesterday in the while trying tosavr a child from drowning. Moody h.il put two little ciiiiilren who wero in bin charge, into a boat and was pushing the boat around toaaiuse the little ones when one of fell overboard. M odj jumped in. but tming a poor swimrn'-i was caughtin an n'ldy and carried down. His body was aftur-.vard found .standinu upright in th" water with arms. Th" child was saved by ono of I number of men -.vim >a.v tti'- C'lrn in AIUI.KNK. Kan.. that have s..' X'.-arly tiir--'- h.i-. rain iias fa'..en ;i-i THK NATIONAL GAME. Dotnjfs on aud As- ion Following are the so >n-s of Saturday's Ramos: NATIONAL 1 At York 4. Cleveland 6, At BOMOU C'uicago eleven innings. At Cincinnati Cincin- nati At Brooklyn T5rooklvn 14. Second 11, Brook- lyn i-i. v Yr.iis" i At velaiul Cievo- land innings. Ar Chicago -New York 1, Chicago 13. At A V KI. A: T> .'.o- At Sr. ho-is At S. At letics -i. At N. J i 4, Athletics 1-4. At Louisvilln At Toledo -I'.si. '.I. At St. I.o.n.s-ii-oi.Kivii S-. oi York ari- Without Knnils furry on the 1'iirht Kni- ploycr- tiinl Suitor fur Komi. XKW July there was just in 'the treasury 'of tho locked out, cloak makers. Several hun- dred starving men were applicants for shares of the little sum. They crowded around the headquarters on Suffolk street and insisted on hoi us: admitted to tho treasurer's office in order to make their appeals, it was impossible tu admit them all or even any consider- able number of them. President Gat-side on Friday paid out evVry cent that had been contributed up to r.hat tune, and Saturday when a reporter dropped in ho was sadly contemplating a little pile of bills ami coins on bis desk amounting to the above named sum. XoUvHh.sland- ing the extremntios to which they aro reduced the cloakmaicers are determ- ined to keep up the iiirht. The mt-.n who made au.ick on shou are out on bail. They aro charged with burglary. FALSK CKNKl'S KRTUKNP. Claimed That the- 1-JniiiiioriUor.t in S.in FriinrUco Have ISeeii CruolcnJ Work. WASHINGTON, July Infiirmation has been received at the Census Ollice from a of San Francisco tho roturns of the in that city were all padded. This charge, following closely upon tho dispatch of Supervisor Davis that one enumerrtor had buon de- tected in increasing falsely his returns and that hi; had been arrested, seemed to immi diale action. A tele- gram was at once, sent, to Mr. Davi." calling his attention to tho charges, which emanated from a highly rcipectr able source, and asking him l-o make re- port. If the. of falsifying the records are sustained, a recount will bo ordered in the districts affected and it r -ary in the entiru citv. Polk Prr-nrln-il I'ohtirs. r.-.ii'iUMA. Kan.. July 7. crowd ever gat'ner'-d in this city Saturday at, the call of tiie Al- liance to listen to their national prc-i- df-nt, L. L. Polk, of Washington. J'olk in his spf-f-ch preacli'-d politics as a furi- prin'-ipi': of the Alliance, d'j- claring that it.should be as full of it SA an egg was full of meat. Ralph lioau- motit, chairnnri of th1: iiati nal commit- tee on legislation. Knights of Labor, Illinois YillHKe Swept l.y Fire. 111.. July fola, 111., a suiall on th" Ohio it Missis- sippi railway abuii' eighteen miles south of here, on Saturday, the drug store of fJ. A. Patrick .covered to be on .ir i -i 'iKHQj'i in -3 j! 13 t t----- t J ft. 'i T .urn I
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