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   Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1890, Salem, Ohio                               -I THE SAUEM DAILY NEWS. t tP-J SALEM. OHIO, TUESDAY JULY 22. 1890. TWO CENTS. AN EXCITING RACE. ant! M Old K I Tit Is lu :ha ix-real ot The'i M More Gra of a Law by .11 From ..-aJica! change in v.-a? cU't after tho la1-1 n makes all !v -J2. 50 the wheat .t to on a j elm  oi---''" as ?os- it is DULUTH, Minn., July first day of the great nuliith-Stiperior regatta proved a saocessS witnessed by thousands of people fr-uin all parts of the countrj-. The great professional double race proved as grand a contest Minne- sota has over witnessed. It was when the four great professional crews of the country trot into position for the two-mile struggle, in vhich the winning crew was to trf-t tha tecond crew Senator Voorhees Addresses the Senate on tlie Tariff. He Attacks the Whole System and Points Out Some of Ita Al- leged Defects. S550 and the tn.r.i (.Jaudaur and McKay the shores. Tcc'iu-t and Hosiner Uj.ii.iin and next and Hamm mid Ten Cyck last, it took some for tnoiri to gftt a prope-r i ins a yontoon bridge over the Missis Home Adjourns Out of Respect to the Memory of Member From WASHINGTON. Juayil the Sen- yes'.e day ihe C-i'iPui'.tH-e on Relations wuU Ca 'ad.. ask'J to continue its mvesti- initMLS duriug the co-iiiag recvs- and next 'ss.ua. The Senate tbe bill iiuthorii- .....-Her KAKF-OFF. How i.ine.1 His In i t> crop oi the pa.1, i" Nino- ns been .or coui- r: 00J husoes c biat-' ,'on the and Miuueapo- i'- A eoull "ore his h eVv.itors for Sttoen Jays Vri'i koi'P u lu 5toro ji-i-dtoi-.iv asin-J.il fue therc-ior. X e'eva-or- refuii; this, on ilir-v PuWlc i -'IP fiirn'Vr who is be compelled !.'Vbi5 crop at uh.itevor price the louses u him. In most Illeave penniless for The law supposed to one and was ia the na- ?ot -o IM -y to cv us tho his proved, but the corn- in order to eva-ie it, report w> sweppin? cV.ui.-e. which will n? misery on most of the wheat of this class of men rre fro-n rifty to 50'J acrts in grain. .icVrPiTP-onts i.11 they have in the r'daml "bub now promises the first M. reMrn for tuoir labor in three p'iin of ioM.uig private buyers ;of stations ana agreeing price, tho prlnc-ip-il of lesutc I'lllhave. as in the p.ist., abso- M.'ir 1 of the enormous crop now in; DJ- This crop will be so large railroad commissioners have dta.i'. all the railroads combined io! furniih cars to move it one- fast as icif-iired. If the clo- to store it tho confu-sio-i disBiy th.it will result will be unparalleled. Of course the fi.'Cirs will in- having had no notice of the 'action, will not have time to bildbinior warehouses. They have, larule no srrr.naries now and can not ItaiOfii'i to buy lumber for new ones their own uram in. Many of liifrbt sped wheat of tbe elevator IP organized by Governor Miller b sprtnif. This wheat was charged Ira: one dollar a bushel and a lien Jitcion the croo, which presents the Jrrncrs from doing anything with it ex- it to turn it oxer to the company as t as threshed. The plan of the com- Ine-aill resuit in an agricultural panic I: :htj section of the State. stars, Tecaier's crew wator Mva times in anticipation of the pistol shot. When the shot was finally tired, all the i crews dipped their o.iis in the water as if they wero ono man. In an instant the powerful stroke ot G.iudaur and McKay told and they forgsd ahead of Teenier and Hosmer. From the start the struggle was most exciting. The crews followed one an- other closely in their order from the shore. Gaudaurand McKiy were pulling forty-two strokes minute, Teenier and riosnvr thirty-six and Hanlan and Wise thirty-six and Hamm and Tea Eyck thirty-seven. The turn was first v. Ill Mr. bavins made by Gaudaur and McKay. A second later iiosmer and Teemer followed, then Hamm and Ten Eyck and finally Ilanlan and Wise. On the home stretch Hanlan's boat got into Teemer's water. Half way to the finish the press boat was passed, when Gaudaur and McKay led Jlosaier and Teemer by three lengths. Gaudaur's crew shot across the line about four lengths ahead. Tho efforts of the last crews to pass Hosmer were unavailing, but wero almost crowned with success. There was only a quarter of a length between Teemer and Hamm and also between Hamm and Hanlan at the rinish. Ilan- lan would have Oon belter had he not lost both of oars for a, second a few hundred yards from the finish. The time was: Gamlaur and Melvay. Teemer and ITosiui-r. and Ten 12 iianian and Wise, Hamm aid" Ton Eyck. according to Teemer arid KOMIUM-, turned tho former cicv.-'s a-, i Teemer Las en- tered protest. TiiACiED V" TAJU: KAIL. .1 Firuui.vit HtivinR tfur lered IToinan 1 the I5nrs fur Ttnbhcry. Julv police here, on ft'.cefrom liuiT.ilo. ye-.ter.lay arrested n gmnir tbe n.ime of Mary 10 is wanted in Buffalo for rob- ia: tbe house of .1 Three Jinks filled with miscellaneous valua- arrived here Sunday i Rochester, Y. Miss Wilson sent f expressman for tuetn, but the police them not, to give them up. Miss then came in person and was ar- accused of stealing the fltena of tho trunks she broke, down WconfesseJ. She will bo returned to bernilr-rt by n Cow. Ind., July 2-2.-The north- MMonon vestibule train duo hero '-irce o'clock, struck a cow lying on e track miles north of this place morninsr and the engine and ee cars left the track, the eno-ine ing in a wheat field. Engineer of Lafayette, tho oldest engi- the road, was scalded to death. n McDonald was thrown through jop o{ the cab into tho field forty the tr witb a Uenin tlie Ktiinor c July -2-2 -The Guatemalan has received a dispatch 1 denying the state- the effect that hostilities haye Sap Salvador and According to his advices not been declared, nor has tbe ador been crossed. He ll'l Anting has taken place it tho interior of San Coldest July Signal rnisbcs the following special Tho weather reports show MiQdla Atlantic States from north to Rochester and Al- :n portions of Xcw England, Monday morning were the ith of July. X Wnrtr, O., July Roadhousc last night confessed to mur- dering engineer He said that Vandervander had been quarreling with him all trip and among other things accused him of reporting him for drunkenness. When the train nearcd Van Wort tne engineer rushed at Roadhousc, saying that ho would fix him. With that he dealt him a blow on the face, knocking him dotvn and cut- ting his head. Roadhouse re- covered ho picked up tho hammer and rained several blows on Vatidnrvander'a head, knocking him insensible. Road- house controlled tho piigi.no so that e could have checked it at the railroad crossing had any trains been in tho way. Just before running inco the switch en- gine, Roadhousc said Vandervander- raised up and he doalthim another blow which killed him. Roadhouse was placed in jail and it is foar.'d he will bo lynched, throats beinz made to that ef- fect very freely last night. Will Celobrnte Admission. N'K. V-'yo., July AA'arren has issued a proclamation call- ing the first Wyoming election for Sep- tember 11. The Democratic and Repub- lican State conventions are called for August 11 in this city. Tho formal ,elebration over Wyoming's admission will be hold here Wednesday next. Governor Thayer, of Nebraska, at ono time Governor of Wyoming, will be orator of the day. I.aullaw's Victory. Tvn.LE, N. Y., July the Republican caucus held here yester- day tor tho purpose of electing dele- gates to the Congressional convention an effort was to repudiate Con- gressman W. G. Laidlaw by the election of delegates favorable: to Walter Ses- sions. A fierce content was waged be- tween the two factions finally resulting in a victory for Laidlaw by a vote of Si to 33. the Uou-c hiil to tnntfer the n-1 c-.utt; cutter service from the Treasury Deparf.o.ei.t io xne j Xiivy Department Mr Moi.-i.l antpgon zed motion s.ivm.? he would to tne oo s.deratiou of any busiae-'S hut vanu D.U hill'- were taken up. Mr. Gniv's Tio'lun to Mr moved to ch-irsutViJatc for tuenp- ]wii: o' r. m urie OMCt.r-5 n bo of t fury from July 1 tn October Or. of Mr ;h s was ,hn-ge.i to Jauu-i-y- iwheu the S-u.ite will be in to" omrirm tre vi-.iponitmo' tsi the aini'ndmr nt asrusd t.' Mr. op poseil IS'1 'nlU wnic'.i ho ?aid was ioien fil o'Uy to advance the interests of the officers of the service by increu--ing their pav riving them an opportunity to go'on the retired list- At two o'clock the Revenue Marine b.ll was luld aside and the tariff hill was taken up and Mr. oor hees the Senate. Mr. Voorhees spoke of it as an astonishing fact in the fourteen schedules of dut'able articles the only reductions mniie were >n the schedule rel'itms to >.nJ molasses (wDick in the ligBt of the proposed bounty to suirar planter.? was no reduction at all.) and In the sec- tion reUuug to wmts. spirits and other bever- ages In every ono of the twelve sched- ules the tariff taxos tmd been Increased. In regard to woolen goods that increase amounted to 001 a yrnr. There was no pretension (Mr. Voorhees snidl that in- cre'ise was put on for the ike of revenue. It was an iiistatice of protection developed Into a Chinexe wall of prohibition. H" pro- ceeded to quote at considerable lenirth from a st.norno'it made by Mr McX-fver, of New York, before tbe Finance Cv.mm.tti'e One of Ms answeis to inin'sUou bv Mr. as to why the duty on certain ctieap fabrics of cloth bo tn'crpased from about In per cent, to about 160 per ''I suppc-se It was to make the poor consumer pay twlo? as much for his the wealthy consumer would have to pay for hK'' Mr Voorhee'' spokf of tho marnilicent dia- mond presented by Andrew to Stau- loy's bride. fanni-isof Uif United Statei he said had pa'd for ttintdiatnouil tim-js over 1'i the I.i-t iwntvycirs by pavm? an avorayeduiv of oi-or per coin oti .iri'c c '.f .TOT and st that thov :md bv ini r rates 0' r.il'roiitl frctebt m ide i.v 'li steel and ;r m rn Is 'oil n_' sto< k, for the farmer, at last, paid for all. At motion or the Mr. CockfCll of- fered (which v- re agre'd to) the S-nat.'s r-tToi at tue annouuco- of toe death o" li-i- "'senti', WaiUcr. of Mi-snun and '01 tin: of a com- miticoof thref Senators to attend the funenu. Messrs Vest. Pl'imb and llerrv were appointed, am', th" Senate as a further mark of respect ad- jo irned motion o' Mr. Doskery, of Mis- souri by unanimous n' it was ordered that the vote nn the Oricir.al P ckase bill ehr.ll be T.ik'-n to d iy and the vot" oa the U.ink- rimtfy bill' he taken TtmrVa.V. Mr. Dockery thrr anno'need the d-a'h of co'l'MitU'f; Mr. Wh-llcc- "Mr Sneaker. It has been but a Mile more, than twelve months since, standins at th's vorv desk. I announced the death of that eminent H'in .Tames -C. Burn-s To-lav the luelancbol- duty de vo'ves upon me of announcing to the H Hise the death of yet another oollrasue The grim sum- mon? caV.e unheralded to mv friend. lion, .lames P. Walker at Ulshome in Dexter Mo on U'S" Sat-mlar afternoon His death resulted from conse'-tion of the brain Mr. Speaker. Missouri mourns his luss he was loyal to her faithful in tho nnblic service, hon- ored. honora''ie and true ia all the relations of private life." Resolutions were then unanlmouslv adopted expres-jive of the sorrow v. it'i whic'i the House bad heard of the death ot Mr Walker and pro Tiding for ibe appointment of a committee, of CAPE MAY, J., Jtily stock- holders of the Ocoan Villa Land Com- pany have hroug-utsuit against Ilonry Edmunds, of Cape May, whom they charge with having defrauded them out of nearly S'iO.'Jiio. The stockholders, who are nearly all 1'hiladelphians, as- sert that Edmunds induced them to form the land compiny aud to purchase what is known as the Two-Mile Keach property. The norotiations for the pur- chase of tho land left with Ed- munds. He ho paid in cash for the piop-.-rty. and tii.-.t amount turm-d to him by the stockholders. One, tho owner of the Mc-ncU, -ru-.U' ail st.ito- mcnt to the t-irivt t Ji-t inundf. as tho rt-p.'. company, for !i-' 1-iial V -Mi 1- also tiiat i.Ta ous misrepi" j ntiti tion with the li-.n.l ptirch DIO of the nt.'rc.st by the A IX Rich Deposit of the White Metitl to Worked. In California by an I" d on BaiL K. July Aron- is aea many poor people who wherewith to their relatJTes released oa X Y.. July E. Perry, of Cold the Strlki- x-ttlert. July committee of employes representing the striking puddlers of Jones   a mark of respect to the memory o; the deceased, a lyjurned. THIS NATIONAL GAME. the Most Prominent Pro- Clnhs. Following are the scores of Monday's games: NATIONAL LEAOTTE. At York 8, Chicago 7. At Philadelpbia-Piusburgh 7, Philadelphia 20. At 11. Cincinnati 20. At 12, Cleveland 5. AMERICAS ASSOCIATION. At Louis  y the .lacinto mines will pass into ,he bands of an English syndicate with arge experience in the treatment of hese ores and the mm who own tin mines near Swansea. Wales, pronounce the California orpsimu-h richer than the Welsh ores. Within tlin radius of a few miles there are over lifty veins bearing ore. say the ore has all the characteristics of a permanent deposit. E ItLUNDEUED. S031E ;onftn on in Truln Or.lcrs im the Motion Koad in tiie Kutnl Injury of Gurrxf Tnd., July 22. A con- tision of orders caused a disastrous wreck on the Louisville, New Albany A Chicago road, one mile north of this city Sunday eTening. Two freight trains running at a fair rate of speed collided on a steep grade, demolishing Doth engines and piling up a number of iars into a mass of dobm. Engineer James (rillatd was crushed about the head and shoulders lie will die. Mor- ris McAvoy, a brakeman. was so badly crushed about the chest and arms that his recovery is doubtful. Others of tho trainmen received slight cuts and bruises. The wreOc took fire in a few minutes and burned fiercely for several hours. Both trains had boon given the right of way and wero running on tho time given at tho last station. Tho operator in this city received but one oJ tho orders. __________ _ Burke. Faitlitiilly Re- corded lor Our Headers. TORE UP THE TKACICS. Trying to Kin XKW OIU.KANS, July The Louis- iana Legislature, at its session recently closed, appropriated as a reward for the capture of ex-State Treasurer, Burke, now mininff in Honduras. A number of detectives have gone to Hon- duras recently, presumably with tho intention of kidnapping Major Burke and returning him to Louisiana, in tho hope of securing tho reward- Major Burke is aware of their mission and is very much worried. Jlnriflary, Argon mid a Fatal Accident. BtFFAi.o, N. Y., July While en route to a fire in the residence of Rev. Frank S. Fitch, Sunday night, driver Shannon, of ladder truck No. 4, thrown from his seat under the wheels of the truck and so badly injured .thit he died soon after. The fire did small damnge. It was caused by burg- lars who entered the house while the family were at church and stole a quan- tify of jewelry and clothing. Can Kot 1'ermit Discrimination. July 22. Assistant Secretary Ticbenor has instructed the collector of customs at Boston that ho (tbe collector) has no authority to de- mind consular invoices from provincial ports on shipments amounting to more than STO, and on shipments from other foreign ports amounting to more than 8100. He says tho department is unable tc find any authority for such discrimin- ation. _ A Shot for St.tb. Piiri.AUEi.rinA, July Joseph Pen- nyck shot and fatally wounded Michael E. Clark late Sunday night in Camden. Clark was one of a number of men who were making a disturbance in front of pennock's house, and in driving them away 1't-nnock was stabbed by ono of them. He surmised that Clark the one. and therefore shot him. 1'en- nock is under arrest. Striking Weep tn theSonp. ST. July 22. President Pom- eroy, of the Chicago union, has arrivfd here for the purpose of aiding the strik- ing waiters. The officers of tho Cooks' Union, upon whom the waiters were re- lying for support, have resigned their respective offices. Three employers gave them alternative so doin; or being dismissed. Ksclttnf A.litikbula Growing Oat of Trouble the City Street KKllrokd Cumpanr. AsiiTJLr.fLA, 0.. July 02. culmi- nation of a bitter war between the City Council and John N. Stewart, owner of the stroet railroad line bi-twt-en tho city Rnd the harbor, tvo'i iil.K-o Saturday niyht, when nearly tho entire length of his and a half torn up. Stewart obtained a franchise noTcn years ago and built the road under a State charter. Within the past few he has beaten the city twice Bt'.aw and three months aeo tho coun- cil an ordinance revoking his franchise and announced their inton- tion of toarintj up the tracks. Stewart qbTainod a temporary injunction and on Saturday a hearing took place before Judge Sherman, who dissolved the in- junction, but allowed the restraining order to hold until Mondav Regardless of this a secret session of tjie council was called and at eiirtit o'clock 300 men, headed by the marshal and entire po- lice force, began tearnicr up tho tracks, which was completed by midiiiirht Sunday afternoon set a force of men at work relaying the track, but they wero driven away by the police. The city bases its action on an alleged non-fulfHimont of contract. Stewart will bring suit for damages. There ia great excitement over the affair and the removal of the tracks will have an injurious effect on tho btibinoss esta of the city. IXJCNCTT'W ASKED By the Jc to Ile- the Akron Road From the Tracks. Ci.KVEi.VN-n, July is war between tho P.altiraorc Ohio and tho Pittsburgh, Akron Western roads. Tho Baltimore Ohio has a branch run- rtkig north and south frovn P.olmout to Akron. The Pittsburgh, Akron it West- ern wants to cross the former's lino near Plymouth, Richhind County. The au- thorities of the two roads have not been able to afroe as to tho point at which this crossing shall be made. Tho Pitts- burgh, Akron Western began appro- priation in the probate court of lUchla-.id County, serving tho necessary papers upon C. Smith, a local agent of the HaUimore Ohio. Tt is claimed on Imhalf of this road thataueh service was not bindinj upon it in any way, but an answer was filed so that the case could be taken to tho I'ntl'jd States Court. The Pittsburgh, Akron A Western, by virtue of the appropriation proceedings, has fixed upon a point t.ltti) feet south ot tbe Plymouth depot and proposes to cross the Ualtitnoro .v. Ohio's tracks there, sixty-six feet oi land having boon condemned for that purpose. An injunc- tion is now asked for by the Italtimor" Ohio, from the tJnited States Court, restraining the Pittsburgh. Akron Western from crossing the former's tracks at the proposed point. MOSEK'S Suit TJojfnn Check Cajtheil Keeper. CLKVELA.VD, July facts in the trouble of tho Cleveland City Cable Railway Company as regards tho absent bookkeeper, John MOST, are coming to the front It appears that on Monday of last week, since which time Moser has not been seen, ho cashed at tho End savings bank thn Cable company's check on the National Bank of Com- merce for 68.087.47. The check was drawn payable to Moser's order and pur- ported to be for "tnvck pay roll." He got the money and paid some of it out on the company's account, but how much is not just known. Tho most of the money ho is believed to have taken with him when he left town that night. Tho company stopped payment of the check at the Bank of Commerce, and the East End bank has begun suit against the Cable Company enforce payment. WAH VEKMIX. Trouble In Onton Mruies State of Affitlrn Revealed. 0., July is a fierce war being waged against the owners of slaughter houses in this city. Some time afro the Board of Health issued an edict that they should go out of the city. The owners refused. Tho members of the Board of Health made an investigation of the slaughter pens, finding matters in a horrible shape. At one place where bologna and sausages are made they found millions of maggots crawling over the moat to be usyd in manufacture. Other slaughter houses wore found in a similar condition. The water along the creek where the houses are situated is filled with filth for a milo. Tho P.oard of Health says they must go and the owners say nay.____________ YOKK. July hundred representatives of the Masonic brother- hood, of high degree, from Mecca Tem- ple. Ancient and Accepted Scottish of the Mystic Shriae, with their friends, left by the West Shore railroad yester- day on ap'.lgrimasreto Yellowstone Park and California. They arc to tw tho spe- cial g-uosts of the Nobles of Isiam Tem- ple, San Francisco, and will bo absent for a full month. ist a llauk to Collect: u the r.SljWmi; Uouk- and the Se WAvnncoTojr, July It is stated at the State Department that the corre- spondence on tbe Bebrinff Sea trouble will not be sent to tbe Senate nntil the part of tbe week, because of Mr. Blaine's desire that it shall include set- era! recent to Lord Salisbury on the subject. GUILTY OF MUltDEU. of the Oil Coiupao) Held Coroner's Jury for the UK.ISHT. CiucAfio. Julv The coroner's jt'.rj investigating the Tioga explosion ren- dered a verdict Monday afternoon recorr- mending- that W. C. Bright, of Butfalo, president of the Oil Company: C. Bright, of Philadelphia, vie pres- ident, and Aloazo F. Bel ford, of this city, secretary and treasurer of the pany, be held for the murder of tho twenty-four victim-; of tho Tioga. on tho ground that, willfully violarod the law and in so .'u tho death of tho men, Tho .ry further tho Union the Tioga belonged, for receiving freight th.'t inig1" w H be dangerous witho'it in.speoti'ig the cases. that the city oil lUMV'oitir nf th's ciu h.ivo his duties so enlarged ns to ea.ibl" him to apprehend shipping explosive oils against tho laws of the I'nitnd States. The coroner will at OIHV .'.otify the State's Attorney of the fin U ig of tho jury a special grand i-iry will be asked to return indictments the parties. Then requisitions will be upon the Governors of New Yuri; for tlio and delivery of the men to the State ot Illinois for trial. CENSUS FLt.VUDS. of it Ator IIU Skip to ST. PAUL, .Minn., July c war- rants were issnod Sunday polis enumt-rator- for complU'Uv in cen- sus frauds. But ono man. Louis llag- gorinan. was the others could not bo found, warrant was for U. and from wife the whole story camo out. Sho naively rc- that lier husband v i-s in C-ina- da, but that unlei-, ho received some money wry soon he wo.ild nC'i'ii. wielcs aero several members of the Itus- iness Jlon's L'niun quietly put their heads togetbo ana -is roitilt the ontj- merators worn each stipnlied with S35 and a ticket (.o Canada. the-tr fini'ls out. they toleir'.'.iphed tor more. None ct'.me and th-n began u> threaten that unless their ox-ponse money was kept roailv they would re- turn and give nn everv It decided, in Miiini-apolis, to raisu ths money and fo.- the present, at 'past. keep them safe in tnetJucen'sdimnntOTu The Federal prosecutors s.iv PIIII- merators are wanted on the clerical charges, but pjirtictilarlj" us witnosaM in the conspiracy VI I CG I N I A LA W L ESS. A ii >iul nf Crfitc a oT Terror -Arrt'Ht of I hv Jtily Pocahuntai was throw--] into a fover of excitement Sunday evening when a party of men from McDowell County, W Va., into the place and began firing their guns promiscuously in tho streets. The town sergeant summoned a nosse and at- tempted to arreit them, when the in- vaders opened firo on them, wounding several of tho servant's force. After quite a battle the o licfirs sucooo.lod in iirri'sting two of the mob and lodcrod th.isn in jail. The i-.st of tliom oscaped by riding over th" State line. Later in the evening the rumor was current that an attempt would bo made to the prisoners and rr.ir-h ox- prfvailol. The report so positive tint t h.' mayor or out tlio militia to be ready at a mu-nont's notice. Up to a late hour last cvoning no such attempt had b'jen male, but tbe people arc unoasy and evory approach to tho town isguariled. Terrltlr UKD KKY, lad.. July a crowd of men were lounging about the grocery store of L'crnor Carroll yes- terday afternoon Ilonry Maynari set off a fire cracker. A spark flow into a keg of powder and a terrible explosion en- sued. The roof of the frame building fell in and thfi next minute r.ho horror of Ore was added. A crowd of villagers soon extinguished the flames and res- cued the imprisoned men. Out of about twenty in the store at tho time of tho explosion seven were seriously injured, Odd Trli'iinhi! Conclave. CurcAGo, July Active prepara- tions are making for tho triennial pa- rade and cantonmc-nlof Odd and Patriarchs Militant, which here Augusts and continues ono week- Fifty thousand Odd Fellows, including uniformed Patriarchs Militant, will be here. It is expected to be tho largest secret society meetingcver holfL aggregating in cash Elevntor Barne'l. N. Y., July engine house of Johnston Cotnstock's frain elevator burned yesterdaj morning and the elevator with its fix- tares and machinery was almost wholly burned. The loss is estimated at to 915.000; fully insured. I be awarded. Exceptionally low rates have been secured from all points. IX-oth of A Kntirr. CAKTOX, 0.. July Mrs. Mary Lohr. a married woman, died suddenly a fow days since. The cause has just leaked out She was in the habit of takinf tlxty grains of morphine daily. Her hniband claimed tho expense was too< great and cut oil part of tho supply- killed her almost immediately. Coroner Sbaefer came to the residence to hold an inquest, but was met by the husband and hustled out of the house. The corpee buried soon after. Dr. Hare on a post-mortem, but he, too, was pnshe4 aside. Means will like- ly be used to unravel matters. to CLXVBLAXD, O.. July Fredertck Wesdt, a laborer at the Standard himself Monday moraing M hto Wendt reported for datj al in the morning, but soon coie- of In bead from rben- aad to his home. There wife to go to bis sister's an adjoining street and get be WM te Abe fStoraed ttc was A MMCh hiir, U ta Wok 'of t Js- .11 Jit' .ns M'ty1' E 'h.: r-V'jffl' i1' ll'" IP' h J! I" it', ".'HsM lt.f< jl fil Ih5 It T-'f 'fiiMij   

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