Salem Daily News, August 15, 1890

Salem Daily News

August 15, 1890

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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1890, Salem, Ohio THE SAI.EM DAILY NEWS. VOL. IL NO. 192. SALEM. OHIO, FRIDAY AUGUST 15. 1890. TWO CENTS. SPLiT IX THE PAJITY. SLAVE LABOR TRAFFIC. ami F.-ic- Arrayed Ajulrnt Horrible Stories of tho by liritish Planters ill the Isluods of Session of the G. A. K. Encaiupmeut. Some Changes in the Enles and k-tious ot the Order. Greeting Glvon General Worlc Woinen'B Rv'lef Corpi Convention. Aug. Grand Army pncs-npnient was not called to order until nearly eleven o'clock Thursday. Coinuiander-in-Chiof Merrill pre- sented the report of the pynsion com- which was adopted by a unani- Eou5 rismu vote. Tho encampment ex- Ti-i.eced its thinks for tho re- port o? the conrjrt.tee. At t'-ii' point Oen.-r.il Algor requested Coriira-'l" Sherman to svoup m the pint- likely to form, and as the General walked down the aisie there wr.s a storm of applause Comrade was then -pijiU'sicd to tl-e phitforui wuti I'ast Oevens. Goti- pral then presented Comrade Warner with a beautiful candalabra k the effect that -tl-.o Kanaka labor trat'.i'. had to a large extent dv.-opu'.atod the New Hebrides and ad'.-iiiing- Wards. upset family relations tho natives and has boon and is the of much sor- row, suiloring- and Distillery Kurnetiat Louis- ville, Ky. Situation on the York Central. Twer.tv-five Thou-.and Krrels of! Freight Trains arc Moving Whisky Con umeil. Toereter with SeTeral Builililgs. Greater Frcquc-iicy, However. d Ps.tr.ri rrports to a p-, are eai or. board, A missioj'ary na; that he hr. 1 their boats taking I- the sUve forcibly lifting them when they tried to swim thuy were knocked dc-vu upiin and un- til they lay "tup Pol on .'.i wi.ro thus carried out, to se.i. Those thought arc fr.steied wiih chains on board. A chief shot by the crow of one of these vessels while attempting to protect his daugh- ter, and a native (Vristb.n te.u "ner was also shot do-wi. This slave trade is car- ried on nndt-r tho protection of tbe British flacr for the benefit of planters in Queons'.ar..l and the Fin Isla-ids. The Still Confidant of Suc- Thouvh There Soomi Little Orouud for Their Faith. BI-FKAI.O, N. Y., Aug. situa- tion in this city is practically un- changed. In the depot passenger train- are running closely on time, and the new raen aro doing their work in fail Careleasneti ou tbe Putt of Employe Caused the Fire The Benches Ovrr SSOO.OOO. Liiri-vii.i.r. Ky.. Aug. fhe barrels of burnbg whisky at the Kentucky distillery Thursday caused oi" tho disas- On Tuesday several switchmen at East VutTa'.o ordered to go tc the street to take the place of th.'- their rofus.vl wore This is said to havo tbe s-.vu-fii'.ien soro and it is rumored t.hcy are ready for vntiblo. the Laekawanna the hnve also L-rTpiacing i nai1 although it is si'd to ird trous tnat e-e- visited tte city of j shape. Louis-. A rough estimae. made! while the i'.a.ues wei-e still roaring furi- cusly, place-1 tho total loss, at fully It was all canned by-careless-i ness o'i the pr.-t of a n vn who was assisting th" He was moving scrao barrels to reach cue in the I storehouse t'-.ru was outiid lea'cin tho lamp on the fioor 10 better ittond to i his v.-ork, ho ell.nheJ on top u one 01 I juak_ I change in the strike nere since 'p.tiivlv the present strike. Aug. Tno only DRUGGED TJ1E JLIQUOR. Tow a CsUrnrnia Cattle Dealer Ee- frosn n DIEOO, Cal., Volff, a cattle dealer near the Mexican ine, a few days ago crossed the border or his cattlo and on rcturuincr with hem was forced to pay to Mexican fficials as export dutv. Next morning e crossed the line again and was ar- csted and impri-oned. On Wednesday if teen of his friends armed themselves o free him. but finally decided to try trateey first. One of them wont to tho the piles. A misstep starte ing barrel down and when it stnck the lump the whiskvandoil togethotstarted a fearful blaxo. The Kent ucky distillery was tie prop- erty of Julius Ilarkboiise ACo., ind was located on Story avenue, lutwoon Adams and Ohio streets. For almost a tnonth it had been shut down, and con- sequently at the time thero was tobody about but the watchman, one assistant, and the office clerks. The diaillery property consisted of an immense dis- tillejy containing the machinery for the manufacture of whisky, extending back from the street about 250 feet. Tho lower part was of wood, while the front was of brick and was three stories in height. East of the oilice and ad- two large warehouses, of in a most virulent form has broken out in that portion of the town of Lake icnown as the New City. Twenty-four :ases havo been reported to the health i department since last Ft itlay, and sev- eral have proved f.iMl. iiralth oflicera ay that tho sanitary of the vicinity is responsible for the sickness. ia the vicinity are unable to se- cure any wat Ijutwoi'ii the beurs of five a. m. and six p, m., and then only n small quantities. Shot in Tomplp. Stein, arreo. c'ai'ued. to have aeon a relation of llcrr Von Stein, the famous wLo gave Prussia her constitution in and whose father is a government official in Germany, com- mitted suicide shortly after midnight Wednesday night by shooting himsell in the right temple, while sitting on a bench in Eighth Ward Park. .Stem was formerly a reporter on a German news- paper here, but lost his position a months ago through drink. A New WASHINGTON, Aujr. are in progress between Manager Ken nedy, of the Brooklyn American Asso ciation base ball club, and the principal owner of Capitol Park, looking to anO guardhouse with a quantity of doctored nescal and succeeded in drug-crins all j joining it were ho Mexican olpcials. lie then releasfd j where -.verc stored b-xrrels of Wolff and fled. Further trouble is feared. I whisky. This building was entirely of brick, throe stories high, almost 250 feet deep and about 100 fc-et wide. It was lu'vc frit tbe, fire started. Tae distil- lery warehouse w.is the next to tho largest in Louisville. Tho total depth of the two warohou.sos was feet. All this wont down and was totally con- sumed. The distillery proper was 94 feet by and to this had bosn. built two ad- ditions, the dimensions of one being 73 by and tno other -24 by 38 feet. Tho cistern room wont do.vn v, ith tbe warehouse, and was feet square. Tho room was 32 by All these buildings were destroyed, and the loss on buildings will roach up in tho neigdborhoou ui _ _.oc stored in the warehjubO timo of flro Iru-rels of whisky. As not a single barrel was saved tho loss on whisky Mone. giving to each barrel an estimated value of S20, reaches up to half a million. The loss was almost, if not entirely, covered by insurance. The distillery was not running now, so that nothing will be lost by delay in starting up. While it is in operation tho daily output will average fully hundred barrels d lily. Tho owners of tho distil- lery are the members of tho corporation styled the Kentucky Distillery Com- pany. Many employes of the distillery had narrow escapes from the explosion of whisky barrels, which exploded like cannon. The flames were so hot that it was diificult to get within 100 yards of tho fire Only one peison was injured, John Sr.iith, a fireman, having h's arm broken. Tho loss to the Great Western day is the frenuoncy .vuh which froight trains arc moving east and west. The Knights of Labor aro as confident of success as they were when they first went out. and they hint mysteriously at future dftvclopments which, they say, will determine- tho strugg-lo in their fa- vor. Outside of their own statements, however, there is no evidence to sus- tain their view of the strike. Freight is being received bore for western points as usual, but none is taken for tho east, though orders to accept it are expected at any moment. The places of the strik- ers are being rapidly filled and police- men have been detailed to guard tho new men at the west end of the yard. The Pinkerton men are still at East Syracuse and the fraight yards, which aro more than a mile long, are patrolled day and night by them and the twenty- five special deputy sheriffs assigned to assist them in guard duty. Every thing is reported quiet there and no further trouble is anticipated. There are sev- eral freight trains in the yard yet. The firemen continue to munifest open sym- pathy with the striking knights. AI.UANY. N. Y., The Cen- tral railroad has broken the blockade ar-fl last evening four freight trains were moved west and three, south. Each train was protected by about twenty Pinkerton men. Xo opposition was made by the strikers. Tho men on tho Delaware Hudson road went back to work last night without any concessions boing made by the road. The strike so far as the roads are concerned seems to bo over, altnougci tne ium aio in numbers and as confident as ever. Thoro was a fracas at East Albany last evening between Pinkorlon men and strikers in which the latter were worsted. No blood was spilled, but two prisoners were rescued. fiottth tion 'M-. u CMii'.u' f-r'iily .s'. ,r li'.'t t'.io w.nil I T.> :i his wo- i i: '.ifhel. earih 'it'.d d anv wt'-e u of i. Xot :i 'I'he I'-.IN.' T.ii !c. 'Sf.-nf Yonx. Aug. Information b3S boen received ir. this city of tno murder in .Soudan by Arabs of F- M. E- and -loha E. .ladc-rduist. I Presbyt'-rir.r. missionarif-s. who, -with othf-r ;he States ITI May last. No details are at band and nothing more tban the fact can be nntil letters arri-e from Sierra two or tbree -wc-cks beace the earliest Cal.. Any. The pcblican State convention the fol- lowine additional nosiaatioas WodneSr- iay: For Lieutenant Governor, John E. Ecddick. of San Andreas: for Chief Jos- W. H. tbe present bent; for Associated Justices, R. C. Md C IL Garroctfl. Kxplotion Snr.i.r.yvii.i.K. Ind-. 15. citOTnent over the nat-.ira! t-xplosior still prevails throughout tbe countrj thousands of people arc flocking r to tbe scone. Tb" soil for many mile is with tbe combus- tible. a-ai by pi'-rcinsc the soil i stick c-15 may bo ignited and a Wan; to produce In Van Kuren north, the JT.AS haa hrokcn into the water wc-iis and the use of water from thf-mh.is beca abandoaed. Pat Krmln. A ronyh looking -srbitc rsan waikod into A Myer's hardware store ereaiag and asked for rcTolrer. Oae shown "aim ani at his rt-qoest clerk loaded it. Stepping froa the counter tbe stranger placed tie weapon lo his head Sred. the nuteriag the and CMisinff deatb. A letter in tbe tnan's WM kddreSMd to "W. C. Ttmag. UNABLK_TO AGKEE. ppnli'.lcaii Can Not Formulate an Order of Btiiiness for the Reinul parties of sevon people or more. This is the If tho iii'ii up n 1 t f'i sen- iii -.1! oi-ei'tiiMis. of co'ild 'no found. i i-r.rie f-.ii-.iM-- i'1 i-'olie rinna'.- of Si.rin'_r'.M-l I. He .''a1-mom no I fur dt- id, ami the impr.'-.sion cr- C'llition th.it ho w.i-i di'o'VM1 d. Mrs. Moritz moved with her children to Co- lutnliu-.. iind is a cesidi-tit there. The two sous and a uie now grown up. On turned up in this citv as unexpectedly as lie left. Ho looks somewhat older than whoa ho left, but is in (rood health. He gave no re.asun for hi', 'un statin! that 'i.id spent tbo -n ynrra of hi' absence in California. The fam- ily will probably bo reuniti-sl. Merits seems to see nothing remarkable in bis seventeen years' vacation, during which ho wrote to none of his family or rela- tives. iTid.. 1.7. Two daughters o.' -.ve.ro driving in a Tburv5ay afternoon tbe took frig'jt. runnin a and dashinar the V pieces. Th" ladies w-re thr out and fatally In a A -.I.Jv. Ky.. lision of fr'-ijrht on the Cincinnati Southern roa-i. engi- neer Lon Simpson, of Sonserset. and an cnknowa tramp -wore kiijed. Tbe lision Tas caused hr a mi-sss-Jersta injr as to traiTj sbo-sM ________________ fit Furor have suffered for actual to kejep body and soul togeth'T. Tin-, fiaufjhtfr dc-tn.ile'1 this eo'idition and nenr, her money on which to rctura home, stipulating, however, that tha husband was not inrluded iu the. invita- tion, lie camo to Mt. Vernon to hypoth- ecate a loan on his household furniture, and during his absence tbe wife packed her trunk and hired ;i ra in l.o convey her and her Lo where she took a train to her eastern homo. Ilolahv. as inordinately jealoi.s of hia young and beautiful v.-ifn, which lud to much infohcuy. Dli-i! in mi OH A'.ig. Linntz. H laburer :ii, ing Conipaiu'': wo-l.s, v-as sent to cl.'.in out from thf bot- tom of a tank storing Xot nf'cr >in absence of nearly an hour, a u.an wan ordered to see, what was thf trouble and upon into tho t.irlc found Lienuaconj.-e, Laving (.vorcome by the vapors aribing from tho rufuso matter in th" tank.________ A of O., Aug. Oen- eral Hawkins and staif and Inspector Captain .T. M. Jlurns went through tour of inspection of the charters of the Cleveland City Troop Thursday Tliey were gre.uly pleased with tie- military appearance of tho same. The troopers expect to break camp immediately aftor dross parade oa Friday evening. ____ most liberal party ticket arrangement yot announced by any railroad. Town JIT Fire. Ar-Tiv. Pa.. Aug. A on Main street in this pla-.c laio nc-s-lay night ArA with great Sorce.nos-- until f-wr o'cVick ysteHay morning, wiping out th" p and a of are TV; is at a of ba'.f a ftftllf Aur. i" 1flKinii.it Saml for IHrneru. Mr. VEUXOX, 0., Aug. Josio M. Sander has filed ft pr-tition for di- vorce against her husband, I'.enton M. Sander. She. alleges that they were married in Columbus, shy that he had another v.-ifu arri two chil- 3ren living. She left biw. and :laims to have sine" that he bas still another wife living in Chicajfo. Touthf'il horses stolon from John Linkcnan-r.-r's stable on T'loslr.y r'-covercd at .fatacs- on as wore the cul- prits, two little eight-year-old colored r.-mv'. -Torm Hc-ckman and I5ert we-'- brought back and to the reform farm. __. Snrd Tor A.ir- W. Pteph'-nson has sued V.'iili.iw McKin- non f'.r SI'i.OOO iie thai iho defendant his wife. f'.rmc-r ir, Paui was C'K of .v O> from Jofcn C. M-siier. the forfer. to so -ritio- refa fct it out Thf amount of nearly 9i.9fA- day rr.orr.Jnj. The the .bcrs- partiy ia- U UB- A'.r- The deat "at--? afv-rnoon sent to tbe the -I. L. Keat to be at O. of Coanty. nrrai- for in 1 i MM 1 I. I III II ;

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