Salem Daily News, July 28, 1890

Salem Daily News

July 28, 1890

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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1890, Salem, Ohio THE SALEM DAILY NEWS. SALEM. OHIO. MONDAY JULY 28. 1890. TWO CENTS. ,e VNits South Lavr- rencv, Mass. rsoii? Lost Tli.Mr Lives Dur- Storm's Ru-h and a Were lnjureil. mb.-r Wrecked ami to frop- Tiirnadi.'s Tr.ic-k. so.. July '.J3.--A cyclone, in ili-'triH'tive power those so -.-por'-Oil from western cora- the suburb of South forenoon and in fif- lutcs killed eight people, in -tired from fifteen to twenty, n urea at least twenty more, -.htbror.ffha thickly populated 00 feet wide and a inile long. 5'JO people homeless, destroyed damitrt'd from to 100 build- c-nfiilrd a loss of at least ttJiR'h was uninsured against v and storm. South Law- 1 busy raiiroad junction and is auinlv bv wull-to-do mechan- r'.hern boundary of the belt of on was bin three streets south nulls with their thousanls rs. showing how narrow was e from a more apoalling loss d property. The air w.is hot n'.d Hark clouds scurried .be heavens with an intermit- Suddenly the wind veered li tbe four coontics and the oc casion will open tbe canspaign. A O.. JnJj The oil well knovra tbc C. C Harris well, about four miles north of this city, came in Satcrdaj night. It began flowing at tbe rate of ISO barrels an boar and went M high as 16ft barrels per hour. ia feea X. Y.. .Tnly 2S. There iras no baKse ball game at Windsor Bcacb jesterdaj. Sheriff Hodgson issued a proclamation stating that ho and his deputies would prevent, the game being played the Rochester club yielded to tbe inevitable- Tbe with Losis- will IK played Tbsrsday. No far- ther attempt will be made" to on Sunday. _ ___ A Irrrn flreaker. DKTFTON. Pa.. July Coxe Bros. A Co- bare completed will at OBOS begin tbe erection of a new coal breaker to be connraeed wbollj of iron and to bare a capacity of tons per 4ty. When completed it will be one the largest in tbe anthracite ooal fltida. It wUl ottt ENTICED TO HER DOOM. A Young- .11 the Hark b.r Suicide of the Murderer. BELI.KFONTAIXF. 0., July Word received here Saturday of a horrible mnrder and suicide near the village of Zanesfield, four and a half miles oast of this city, in which a cowardly ru man en- uced his young wife to an orchard and sb.ot her in the back and then blow out h's brams with a double-barrelod shot- Tbe man's name was Albert D. Pj'if menter, and his victim's name was Carrie Luella. Tho murderer was a fair- farmer, twenty-live years and his wife, who owned the place, h'id just passed hor twentv-socond uirth- dkv. The woman was very attractive in ftirm and feature, and the cau-ie of tho ir.urder was jealousy of a neighbor named Eddie McCorrnick. The woman had been warned before when but four- teen years old to a man sixty-five years of age, by whom she had one child, now six years old. Another child, four years old, is also as the fruit of the second marriage. The couple lived in a rotired 4pot and tbe lifeless form of the man and tho sr.ill breathing woman woro not discovered until bomo time after the oc- currence. TRAINMEN IX COUNCIL. 1 __ Meeting Itoston of Who Aim to Secure Legislation la Their Interest. BOSTON, July Delegates from 105 railroad centers of this country and Can- ada attended tbe meeting of the Grand Council of the Steam Railroad Men's Protective Union in Templar Hall yes- terday, Charles Trenholtn, president of the council, presiding. The neces- sity for automatic drawbar guard rail and higher elevation of bridges were forcibly presented by many of the dele- gates. Tho questions of reduced hours of labor for trainmen and switchmen and more wages were discussed at length, but nothing definite was done. Tbe several standing committees and president wore instructed to secure tho enactment of legislative measures in the interests of railroad employes. It was decided, but not without strong op- position, that tbe Stoam Railroad Men's Protective Union shall not attach itself to tbe American Federation of Labor, but work independently of all central bodies not connected with tho railroad business. Tit A IN CAUGHT. A Had Citizen tt'nntcd for Many Crimes Captured hy a Ootectivp. BIRMINGHAM, Ala., July 28. R. K. Clifton, alias H. J. Jennings, was ar- rested here Saturday night by a detec- tive on suspicion of being a member of tho Rube Burrows gang- of train rob- bers. He is also wanted in Arkansas on the charge of horse stealing. Clifton made affidavit that he had but a few dollars in money, that bis home was in Yell County, Arkansas; that he knew the otHccrs were after him, and he was evading them. Tho express people be- lieve him to be a train robber and they will send a man from Memphis to iden- tify him. Clifton was heavily armed when arrested. lie will not go to Ar- kansas without a requisition. Strike Ended. BIIOOKLYX, N. Y., July 23. roof- ers' strike, which has been in progress hero for a couple of months, and which affected about men. was settled last night. The Roofers' Union mot and ratified the agreement which the joint committee settled upon Saturday. Tho men will go to work this morning. They will work nino a day until Sep- tember 15, and after that date eight hours a day at the same wages for which they formerly worked ten hours per day. Hum Soaked Hoy In .Jail. JAMESTOWN, N. Y., July Frank Callahan. aged seventeen, died in tho lock-up Saturday night He was in a frenzied condition from the use of liquor, but it is claimed he was not drunk when arrested. Death is said to have been caused by exhaustion and tho use of alcohol. It is said the police used unnecessary violence in arresting Callahan and afterward in restraining him during attacks of The coro- ner will investigate the case. Failed to Record. July Saturday's at Horoewood Driving Park were tho conclusion of Pittsburgh's first meeting in tho Grand Circuit. The meeting, taking the bad weather into considera- tion, was a great success. One of tho features was Harry Wilkes' attempt to beat his record of John Turner drove the great bay jrolding around the rlrclo, which was a second or more slow, finishing against a strong wind failing to better his record. Will Colonize In Slexiro. ST. Locis, July 27. It is understood i syndicate of wealthy men have pur- rhasod 30.000 acres of from tho Mexican government, not a hundred rr.iles from the City of Mexico, in one of tho many fertile valleys that abound in that portion of the country, and intend settle it with negroes from tho United States. The Mexican government has promised protection from tbe natives and other grjarantees. of A Rank OfflrUI. DAYTON, C.. July The village of Gorman towji, sixteen miles of here, was profoundly stirrc-U Satur- day by the suicide of 0. M. Oblinger. vice president of tbe First National Bank. Dnrinf tbe absence of his wife he repaired an upper roon of bis house and bnny himself witb a from tbe tratAom. Ill health Is the sup- posed cause. _ Tex., July a pic- nic jfiTen Saturday at PiloVPoint alafye number of people were poisoned by creaa made poisonous by stayinf lonf in tbe Mas. Fifteen Mraons will No are obtainable. 1 LIKERTV. lu-o lir.uk Out of n inoiit Jail, bul lU-capture.l Within it Few MOXTPKI.IKK, Vt., July The most daring jail delivery committed in this vicinity for years occurred hero Satur- day night, when four desperate prison- ers escaped from Washington County jail by sawing out the grating of a win- dow. The men were J. M. Weaver, im- prisoned for horso stealing: William Jenkins, committed for attempted rape; James Halborn, committed for highway robbery: Pote-r Amour, committed for keeping a houso of ill-fame. Weaver is a desperate character. Ho nearly killed tbe sheriff when the latter arrested him. When the jailor looked in on the pris- oners at ten o'clock Saturday night all four wero apparently asleep in thoir cells, but it turns out they baa placed dummies in their beds and wero prob- ably concealed in tho water closet. About midnight it was discovered that the men were gono. Sheriff Athorton organized a search. At fi ve o'clock Sun- flay afternoon the pursuing party wired that they had captured .Tonkins and Amour at Hartford, Vt. was arrested early in the morning on a train at Essex Junction. Halborn was ar- rested at Richmond, Vt. AT THlilK OWN THUMS. Fnlr OnVr Gooil tO SllpcrilltCtl.loilt Of CoillllH Porter and Prof. CJoodf. WASHINGTON. The commis- sioners of the World's Fair during Thoir recent visit to this city tendered to Hon. Robert 1'. 1'orter, now Superintendent of tho Census, the position of chief ot tho bureau of awards., and to Prof. G. Brown Goode, now assistant secretary ol the Smithsonian Institution and in charge of the National Museum, rho po- of chief of tbo bureau of classifi- cation and catalogue for tho forthcom- ing exposition. Next to the Director Generalship of tho fair, these ai-u the positions connected with the exhibition. The bureau of awards during tho Cen- tennial of ISTij was, in charge of General Francis A. Walker and tbe bureau of classification and catalogue in cha.-go of Mr. Dorsay I! irdner. It is nob kn >w.n definitely wh-iherMr. Porter or Prof. Goodo havo accepted tiie positions tend- ered. It ia understood that tlioir new duties will not interfere with those of their present It is not known what sal.-iry will bo puid these gentle- men, but as tbe commission ure anxious to obtain their services they havo prac- tically determined to let thetu name their own terms. Murdered by Unli.iti. Nittv ROCIIEI.LK, N. Y., July Pa- chello Bouchotte. an Italian, shot and killed Francisco Frank, aged thirty, yesterday afternoon. Frank was mar- ried about seven months ago to a young Italian girl and Boucbette has been in- fatuated with Mrs. Frank for some time. Sunday afternoon Bouchette went to Frank's bouse and advised Mrs. Prank to leave hor husband and go and live witb him. Frank ordered Bouchotte out of tho houso and attempted to put him out, when Bouchette drew a revol- ver and fired four shots into Frank, killing him instantly. Bouchetto was arrested. IlfifUon to Dcnth A Manlnc. LocKi-or.T, N. Y., July At Wol- cottvillo, a German village ton miles southeast of this city, Saturday, a luna- tic named Yago beat Poortna-.tor Schultz so severely with an axo that Schultz died in the evening. Yago had been in the asylum two or three years, but was recently permitted to return homo ap- pirently restored to reason. He soon, however, became so violent that Sehulu, accompanied by a constable, went tc Yago's house to take him and return to tbe asylum, when he attacked Schultz as above stated. Yago fled to the woods and has not been captured. ConreAftlonft Grunted tn O., July The com- mittoe appointed by the National Mine Workers' Union to adjust the strikes in Bolraont, Guernsey and Jefferson coun- ties have succeeded compromising the differences between the men and opera- tors along the greater part of tho Cleve land, Lorain io clut? to their uTiereabouts can be found, ft Is thought Andress has taken them away. _ THE MARKETS: Flour. Orftin and IVovl'iion. NEW YOUIC, July 'M Closed cent. closed steady. 1'ostxl rates actual rates for sixty day bills for dumancl Government bonds clo'-ed stonily Cu rrracy Is, coupon, at 12'! l'4s at 'lv -X Country ut W.40S I.SKi, Minnesota piitent :i No 'l red at .tOj, No. 3 red High mixed nt l.'ic. yellow 0 No 2 mixed ;ic I2c, No. 2 at No. 1 m'xt'.I at We. "t Me dairy New Vorlc at !ic. Ohio .it Strictly frunh iit I1 c. Burba.iks per bushel. XKW YOHK, .luly Finn. tn'll ill MlnucdotneMril it iiilj rime ra.atKfJJ.'i'i. No. a rod at Jiilr August at No 'J inlxud ciisb :it H'Jc, do July air I9'4c, do August at-tH'ic. No 'J mixed cash at )0' -c, do July at. do Aug'iil ;it p, Mi si at ;it Scntemljcr at ?n..TO_ West rn fancy at 17c flat nt Western fresh at IHc. CHICAOO, July LV, Ju'y at August at tHijc. Autjnst at Sapient >ur nt43c. August Scpttrabftr July at August at An cust at WOO. Sept Dinner atfcl.15 Hi August Septtrntier at !5.nn_ O July Active and ir- Casli at 92Xc, July at August a" J3c. Dull and firm. Quiet. Cash at 'Xc. July at :il 36c. CIve-StocK. CftiCAr.o. Juiy 'J'i Market nriii'o utettdy. at rough pack Ing tit mr.-Ji.TTS. mixed at V.T.-.-Jv and lut.s at :3 k-''43 W. and lowi-r. fonimou tc steor1- at and at an-! l.iilis at SHKF.I' -tjuict and Inferior to ex tra at l3.OOa-i.Wi, laml s Julv art.- J-AMIII -DMH and lower. Sheep- to extra at wood to cboicc at common to fair at to ni Vc-tcrn Srse or re XX :nr. -nuttfA. t at at me-lisni iras COUTH 3'-C, Canada trashed comMn? clioicii at coarse at modltim nnvnshed cnmb'cr M 169 3iV, Kt bright fllMs or X and XX at at dark earUy cnwashcd cio'.h'sy. a: at 1X124C. Eastern Op'ijon. fine at S3c, coarse at ja-Wc, Valley Oregon, nn" at ir aZTc, coary; at TUVMc. Mexican ColO> ndo. fine at WZXto. coarse carpet wool at lie, Mrauna. Hoc rr t, 1 t ll 1 i tf I ;

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