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   Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1890, Salem, Ohio                               jniMiui Flour. M NEWS. TWO" CENTS. AY JULY 23. SALEM. LATEST xs ITEMS. A MUKDEItEK'8 AGONY. Torture SaflWreil by the Slarer ot by the Story BUI passes Body. tacts. Bill ami Measure v.-le wason-Mr. packages. P.I rjic House tfcen tootoi wliiiaever any lirl'cte Into any State from'" or foreign nsvtion, it shall tx Within Prison Walla. VAX AVKKT. O., July The excite- ment subsequent to the mysterious mur- der of engineur Vandovander, the ar- rest of his and his confession, has materially sub- sided. The "report" Koadhouse had been taken'to was a mistake, lioadhouse was seen in jail-'-yssterday- by reporter, that the short rest he had Monday was.the first since the last Friday night. lie said: "N.o orjR.can tell the mental i agony 1 have "can not be de- I but'on "V bol'ii' fro-fit and'had-j it not b'cfen for'the ta'ct that there j at heard us. quarrel I would made my con- fession. It was do to keep i from ..breaking-down when the read the arrest. I was of ;'ta: Get Advice From Wtov 'M ad e a Success; of Cautemitftl. Cyclone and AVlsooMtn. Dnkota -Persons Mauj Killed Outrifftol au4 call there ,-of 'oner :'AV tie as 35. :.Th6 BUultruptcy gotten.- the weight off 'ray rninfr-Prcst" 'tile, riot my lsite'nV! to kill him forced me i At the inqu'est.'yesterday .the tesnfc; mony did not._.d.ijtfir__m.a_te.riari.y from tfncl i over to the Tvas favorabie to NV.r 'York, thought the jn of .business integrity :AN CONTEST. Four-Oared Ket'ween TKjn -Victory for bill, lawyers t refcruM. Mr.. B Mr. Kclley [fins.." .liud judicial to; that all who _. r. Oaies. of opooS-'-rt the hill, at same tine franicly ad cfiittTiic.' Ihat H was one "iiust tti-efufly ctffMidefid bn'ik- :fy nirrii-virOs h-.-fur ii-ul b FO completely d ni t South, and committed li wun1. had oii Peiuiinb' futtfiijjT-etCTxiie the N of The' morning enurc-'.took riinjan Appro- EUIT. fr.i Ifcr i. Vr Econv a 't !i'5oplud CnjeJrlncltunfe tie treaiv-'of ISWfout "ic -inserting f-is P.Im for Minmis of Kansas, .be jrf for them bytUe (cited Slates. ivip.L- been ronched in'regnrd to TejQoviii of tbc-XoTibern CheyenneS'to a fettle ncnt trpon'oneW tlw llsisg rw-rriitionslii'Softth pit? r lo out fioiitli Dakota. Hf said' _ :.'.i.O lite and tout no" more Indians" were waute'd IKS. Stiiwt suited-in a narrow bttfr-aplentlid-rictory profes-" sional four-oared race ca'nie next, with i five entries.' First J-ft- E_ ......_ Te.enio.i-, Edward lan. AV. Roth, J. Will- iarn  HfEwTonK. Henry F. Me Ckmijral was. arrested yesterdiy, charged with having criarinal op- Apnie, Good-win, the fects of which Eaanie the keener 'of the honse In which the is ine crime Tlwtr WMWrru BAT, Jlllf The bodies of Mr, Mid Mrs. E. B. Pe berton. Mrs. W. D. Hart and Miss Mag fie Henry, wio-were drowned In disaster here laat Thursday, hare been reoqwed. OiTCTi found in: of the A'lipecial from Marshall, Minn.; A cyr.l'o'n'e rieur Obent.'Koven mll'es w'usV of Marshall, killed two persons and iV jured several.' 7s. D.. Details from. tbe-'cyelone of Tuesday are nieager. orfry- tiring thus far learned. is that thi'. std'rra. struck Itowcn, Clifford .anil.pace's-, about'thirteen miles .northwest of' Hunter, in :the northern OOuAtyx It repulfttio-n -T.and twistin'g'acrbss-the leveling buildings and de'strdjUng'cr'o'ps.-1 this .wife. probably fatally will be of- miles ito tlte telegraph .station. A.hail storm also did to. .-crops: :aboirt tireJty.e .miles south ot Fargo.-. Ue should all tho work, j. plans Of you these im- jortant powers thatatould ais position.. .'Ihe.ox'eciitiye.comniit.tea should hold'regular the Director Genoraj_should report all. that he had flpne ta intend-ed .If the the Director General has extraordi- nary not undo but simply advise him not to. do it afratn. thus acting any .appearance of 'director.ap- pears to 'hlive full and' absolute control confusion will ON.THE DIAMOND. Chronicle of Fventu on Leaiiriie, Araocla- ami Brotherhood Fteldi. Following are tho scores of Tuesday's" ga'mes'f SATrOXAT, LBACCB. At 3. e. New YorU T. Chicago 14, A-t 'S, Philadelphia' At 15. .Cincinnati 5. AMEHICAX ASSOCIATION. At V. "AtTiletics 4 At 4, Syracuse 4.- PLAYRRS' I.BAGnE. At BuflalorrNow York 7. BulTnlo fi. At ;0. Cleve'laad li. At Chicago At 6, Pittsburgh l.: Fell From n A terje ..ac- cident .happened ihere by which Lewis Pfteffet, John Martin' Frod :Lambri'c'k narrowly stant death; They were empioypd-.by Jacob' Sees in .palntltijr 'new: school house when tio. scaffold gare way and the' three iriBri fell :to the pavement be-' ..not slightly injured, and Latnbrick is injured inttfrnfrHy'-ahd'Ctih not -live. Prohibit JWn prohi- bitionists nortiinatcd. "Dr. for Governor, understood be wilt the honor. For Qoverpor, W. R. Nethercurt. of. Secretary, of State, Wilrram Johnson; Treasurer, Robert Fargo; Attorney General; T. E. Va'nteuleii: Railroad J.' Q. Insurance Commissioner, An- drew Peterson, Grant tounty. ESCAPEI CUT OPF ri ft Humlnst Rtift tlnn.nre from tUe July four-Story teheTnent house :at ;JSTo. ;44; East Prorit ffrp at dlpyfjii o'clock last night. ...The..first occupied by Simon Minces as a socond'- hand clothing store, and' in- this'-partol the covered. .11 od ip -the 9e.ep.n4 story with, his family. Tho fire spread rapidly'and cut off the escape of his ten-year-jld gon Harry and an .un- known su-pposod to Minces. werO recoTertrdiind taken to. Three '.pen were badly .-burned before they were. cued. Their-namos are: 'Nick Wanaan, Mary-Katraeyor and Eva Minces. Thii loss can not be estimated at present. nt AllPfihcnT City Horned Madly Injured. 23.-The.larcre wool en mah'ufaciuririg' of AllepMeny to'tailly' iie'- stfdyed; by "fire la'st eVonlng. Th'e' firti'i's of'tiifAn'own: origin, either 'spqntarioou'3 coTnbuSti'on dr th'e'third flexor builditig. Flretrien Hxytcti were'' buried under a falling brick'wall. '.They were_qui( dug put'arid Jpnt' to th'e' general pitaL' Their injuries are serious. The woolen mill company ceased nianufacr turing last fall and 'tUo greater, part'of their stock arid ,rnachin- cry 'Troth the, buildin.g. TJOSS 873.000; fully insured. His Own ilocliESTEM, N: Y., July T. Moore, fort.V years.'; a known through the right temple Jon his doorstep yester- day, dying -almost Iristantly. He had had business and troubles, his .wife obtained sep- aration papers from He had been drinking boauily. and went home f or. TtK.6-: ItJurpo.se ol shooting his wife, and finding from home an3 killed Self. Poor TronnccM Lefts 1 I J t. July leading Re- publican "member of the is 'the' basine'ss' '6: that- body this-ttone. said yestterday tbat.the. tariff well be brought to-a.Unal yptp :before Septem- ber 1, .that.it would be impossible to keep a quorum here after that time anc that ho did not "the Federal Election bill could jpjiss 'ttie'Sennt'e at tbis session of Confrress. Four thousand people witnessed the openrng- of the wood 'yesterday. !The day was flnc, track ani racing magnifi- cent. In the first race, trotting-, purse Sr.DOO. Clay, won, fletmtmey. The p'aclftf race tbrde stfaigot trot was Mambrlho Maid. Ended Her by TFuly yesterday by. taking Paris green., ohe had foroied'an attachment m her to suppo cite. IfrKOW W tori Can't Adjtnt Their July committee o: general managers of western railroads to which has been committed the Ask of wa'y 'td restore eastbound freigb't' rates from river, had another meeting The situation Was discussed for thrive: hohrs, but no way was found of bringing abou an agreement; When the" meecting broke-'up affairs we're just where thcj stood before FlRhtlnx In Gnatemvla. XKW O.Ri.EAXS) July Gen- eral Martinez, oif Guatemala, has re- chived a cablezrarn from, the (ruatema Ian Minister stating has malans and -ITift cSblo- Sre Gsatra] Amertcan an agreement askiag-tioneral to I vacate .the control of San .Salvador. July Ea-( Enrijftjt, was drowned Mon- in br From all of tlio Kurtb. Austria of cereala from taat country. The big piano and ornin manufacture ng concern of Cell Co., at Uuelph, Ont..'is to be sold' :to a company Of En- glish''capitalists for S750.000. The town of Slonim, -has been parily wrecked by a hurricatK'. of people were buried; in ,tho .ruins. Nineteen bodies have been recovered. City Marshal Hod'pe, of'Pontiac; 111., in the groin and probably la- tally hurt recently .by Daniel North, a worthless citizen ho was trying to arrost. North is in. jail. George H Sopris, the supervisor Of census; announces that tho population of Denver and'suburbs is an'in- ccease.orer his.former tbo result of .a.rccanvass. The Hartford baso. ball club has ar- ranged to place six big' olectric lights on its grounds immediately, provided that uvoning champidnship can be agreed upon with visiting clubs- i The .Sen.jv.tj9rCommii.tpe on I'ensioni has reported favorably the bills ,to sion the widows of General John Fre- morit-'iirAl (tenerai George H. McOlellan at the-'raw annum-each. A detachment of TunkLsh soldiers, who were en route from their camp to ft well near Canea, to draw water wore fired' upon b'V'a party'of1 'Christians hid- den in atnbusli. F'ive of the: Turks Vert killed. As aa iriKtance of' ,improved- rela- tions between Germany and it is stated, that a..French Comuiodore was recently'allowed to'inspect tlife fortifl- ca'tlbh's at 'was agitatloniiiK- Buenos Ayres over the discovery, of -auplot to goyftrntnent. ThOiplaqe is troops armed ppiiue., is quoted at 213- premium" Tho Russian nople has sem to tho Vorte of the Some Kfjcent in Thto State. IX FAVOit, OF Suit at Co.uiioll UcciiU-il. LIMA, vory important decision was rendered in the Circuit Court in this city on Monday, and which was a victory for the The case was the State of Ohio vs. Johni H-aller. Calvin vs. John I... Smith. Thomas Sullivan vs. Morris Morris. Tho plaintiffs in the.irr petition; averred that, they, were eleetud twiiyvarf; tp serve; as council nit-ri for the of two years, and at tho rion of thi? new Council last spri'hsr they were; nob-1 recognized as codncilmon brth'- he that tht- redistrict-( Ingot the their .wards; they could aiy iither ward 'from the one thpy in. The case was notly'cotitestpd b'y loading la'w- yers'of both political'parties, and 'after' a day's of eloquent :aricuments by i court decided that the Qiigible to take their seals Co.uncii., Iturjlrtry. )i. berger, until-recently a tcust-od of Adams, Coaipariy, bcpii arrpstetl to await is breaking into an Alliance tetl ial. Tlio charge i'.irainst hnri: an Alliance sh'oy g'.ht 'on .Inly- 4 aid broa-d' 'express cbmpanyi Ous thefts from r.thonu -aud- her husband p'jta divorce lie belongs to .good I.amil'y' in M an s fi el d'. if. Keunlou of Sclicnck's war, indemnity. The dobt now amounts Turkey 'has oii'ly paid 1SS2. 'XonvayV tK6'- n'brtflj.brn- most town in been a'.nios't- entirely destroyed by; fire. itants, mosrty fisherfoik, tutaand'aimost si's'tance has loon 'sent boring town of Trom'sotf. the -'sovon lacgeist Michigan ascertainei-by. lato census may now bq said s as, follows, in .round numbcirH: Dptroif, Gr'and-R-ipid's, (ff Bay City. Muskcg'o'n1. H1' OOO1, Jackson, .The Census qaunieratprs in York City, having'! made .some '.complaints of delay in paying' off, the Census Olrice an- nddfcoff th'at the" accpiintk for ''that city are being nlide- -up at the rate-'df 'about 200 A rdayi and. that the whole.. number (abpUit will. -bo ..ready probably within a week. _________ ulc'sj bri- niaai r.e.unlon.pf.General 814! ade, which Vv'ris confipose'd' of th'e and Scc'bnii Oh'io Throe -months men VroviMom. NEW YORK, July ia.-Money closed at 214 pet cent., highest nrtn, with nctuHl business nt sixty, days 498'4 for Government bonds closed steady. Currency 6s at 112H; 4s. coupoi'alisH do at 103. Cm-fci-A-yn. .Inly maflo at Minnesoti) pfitfnt at Mlanesota spring at K.SOit4.75. 2 rfcd No. 3 rod nt'83c. inixpa western- jiBllow al at NO. creamery at 1fic, dairy ut. I.e. Yorlc.-itPc.'OSloaVSc. ctrly fresh.at p a p.er bushel. YOKK. July flne at Mina'esota oitru at 6.3.Vcity at; cashutWMc, Au, gust IH 2 rnlxW at September at casli at'89c, September at CirKseE-.W'Wrtem flat fresh at 17c. CaicAOO, ..JJuJj at 88c, September al .T7KC. August at at 3L'p. August at August at September ut Xi.W. Toi-BDO, quiet. Conx-Firml Sales of cash at August at 40c. Firm. Sales of cash at 37 c. August at CtrtCAr.o. July Mafrfeo weak. Beeves Stockersand Jec'Jere at cows, "bulls ml x.cd at il. T.-xas at I1.7J2 Markot active .and heavy al skips at Market :irA higher western at Mixed Teiai al BGFFM.O, July Market Export stoa-f at per cwV cnotfC heavy SHtBP ASP Tne market for sheer per-cwt. KOOI! to choice tf.wj VXl, coramoato fair at >-J .choice ira'lamfis'it''K.70i6.'ao. common to Mj'lW' and I4.'l5 per cwt. at J5.15. good TWkcrs at 'it nfrlil w-Uh aniittondaacc j of .respect, for thjs of. General ..sphenck. were adopted. The next roiihiou' will be Held atbCeiiia, Jiil'y th'e thiK ticth -awn'i'vursary 'of the -Ijattrle of 'Bull.' Run. _ _ 'iiiid Chicken Veil Hlin.' Reed HoSvaer.. aged -twcn-ty-onfe, living 'near .here, while stooping down to pluck some! blackberries In the way .of the reaper- w.hich he ,.was running, received, a TQro bitWn.thc thuinbby a ra'ttlesnake. He stopped long unoi'iyh to lull tile, and then hastening "to thc'lvouser killed a young chicken and bound flesh to his thumb, filled up with a large supply of whisky, and has thus far tvlr. tered iio.ill the bite. DAYTON, O., July 'Rev.' Warren. Weeks; an eldoi-ly gc.ntlouian ofithia. city was suwproly a str.eet, car. .rrjci-lont. standing on "the platform of :iri opnn cat; he' was'sirii'ck by a passing n-n'v which: was moving' 'iVi atf ojipositodiructio'fi atfct was thrown back in tlie car- ih 'a less "condition. slioulderbladei wasifractured and.hfi rocoived may prove fatal. rtAttimc'l AVIth Kuibczzled July John book-keeper of the- Cleveland .Cable.. Company, returned. Tties- morning-arith Koch.. Of the money, nearly Sa.TO'J, by cashing a chtck at tho East. End savings bank, ho bad not spent. more than The balance was turned' over to the company and a settlement made of the affair. Mosor's departure. was the result of a drunk. _______ :Q-, July 2S.-T.ho. joiati. committee of tho House and Senate hats awarded tho contract for laying walks in tho State-house yard to.tbo Acme Artificial Stone 'Company, of city, at kijctoen cents a foot, to'Dresback, Docker A Fuller, of Circle-' roprosentlng 'i.'no Elyria 'Stone-- Company, at thirty-eight cents a squarr. foot. Theie were a dyzen Jjiddors. In Ueatn. SAXM-SKY. O.. .lu.ly. 23 --Duncan Pal- mer, thirt.enn years, son of Valen- tine' Palmor. Of -Marjarfitta townsrrrpV was killed Monday- by being draggedl along a road by a horse. The boy bad the end of a halter, wiili which he was: leading- thn horse, tied around bis waist and dra.srgixl over a mile, his bodjj being horribly mutilated. ChlUI Kill.. I br a Morse. 0., July Mrs. Alberv' Berkheinx-r, living near .Sonora. this county, went to the field to milk tha cows, "accompanied by her little daugh- ter. The child'strayc-d away and ahorse running arotmd tbo field struck her with Its forefeet, caving in hof breast killing her instantly. of WAsummrs'C: July John JJelson, colored, who has been laying around this city for several months, haa bccii arrested and bound over to court for -his outrageous conduct toward boys .of this city. charged with sodomy. lie haa a aa'd'faroily. m m ;i-ls Hf .if1   

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