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   Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1890, Salem, Ohio                               THE SALEM DAILY NEWS. VOL. II, NO. 193. SALEM. OHIO, SATURDAY AUGUST 16. 1890. TWO CENTS. HI York Centrnl Officials Say the Strike is Emletl, While the Knights of Labor Claim That the Fitfht Hag Only Jast Begim. Mr. PowiUrlj- and the General Executive lioartl Will Now Take Hand In the Men Killed. AI.HAXY, N. Y-. Aug. Pin- kerton detectives at West Albany met, a horrible death at an early hour Friday morning. They were aiding in getting out some freight, cars whon one of the pnijinos backed do-.vnthe car upon them, c .u_rht by the A FiUGMTFVL CKASII. Into a Freight. Hf.ii a Depot is s are seriously injured aud others found j.; wilh a ,rroat ir less lujuiv I. P.iv were i hpr bcail a bwly lyin? on Both mon and killed. Tho m_w-, ouickly spread through tho city tha: !iad killed thcso mon and an croud soon gathered, j The Boston A Albany'.'allr-jiid refused i a consignment of eastern-bound freight from tho Central and it is thought th.it that road will not take tho risk of a i strike on thoir hands, as they know that their men are organise d and ready to go out. en any pr >vocation. The Cenuv'l people are at work mov- ing freight. Trains of the stilled freight are being S'ut out of tho West Albany yards. Officials of the road say that they will rake back only a certain few of the men who struck, and that the strike is at an end. YOKK, coining of Grand Master Woikman Pou-derly to take charge of the knights in tr.is State and with the Executive Hoard of tho order to engineer matters and lead them to victory doos not appear to make one particle of difference with the offi- cials at tho Grand Central depot. Mr. Webb is just as full of as ever and says that although Mr. Pow- derlv rnitrht be coming here to arbitrate he would find that there was nothing to be considered. "T have announced my continued Mr. Webb, ''and defined exactly the position the; com- pany has assumed towards the strikers. In that every point was touched upon and the men know from it what to ex- pect" At the headquarters of the strikers in this city the fact that the executive officers of tho Knights of Labor had at last decided to take an active part in the struggle gave ronowod encourage- ment to the men, who expect great ry- sults- They declare that it is more than likely that the knights employed on the whole Vanderbilt system will bo ordered out unless some sort of settlement is reach by the eomtmny and the General Executive Board. Tho latter body will hold a conference with the district load- ers to thoroughly learn iho situation of alTairs. This accomplish''.1, it is under- stood the Executive Board will call upon vice president Webb and to sub- mit tho whole matter to arbitration. If this proposition is declined it is claimed the Executive Board will order a tie-up. AtrnrKX, N. Y., Aug. agent Kollcy has reei-ived orders to ac- cept freight for all points east and west except New York City. Tram tho Kujciin.- Kvploilt-s Two Men Killed ami SeTem! BATU.E Mich.. Auff. the eastbound North Shore limited ou the Michigan Central railroad was passing Augusta, a small town nine miles west of here, at live o'clock Fri- day afternoon, it ran into a standing freight train while at full and crasbod through thedo-.-.ot building, completely demolishing it. Tho engine then exploded, blowing the fireman to piecos and the engineer, Cliarles McUoborts. One brakoma.ii is missing and it thought he is buried in tho de- bris. Many occuoants of tho forward coaches more or summoned from this The limited did not sto-i Augusta and, having th" of uav, w-is run- ning about n-.l hour. The freight .1 :or the express to p.iss. una-.-couuta-j ble reason a'. .r -.vas loft turned onto me m-i. i track and the ex- inlu ii-'Uhi a: speed, j K.ght cai rc- n'.o th" air and tho undine olowol the debris j and crashed into nngineer Charlos M'-Kouerts was blown twenty iout into the air and bis> mangled re- mains were picked up sumo distance off. Of the only nine were in- jured seriously. Both the entrincor aud fireman lived in Jackson, Mich. Of tho express train, the baggage car aud u.o sleepers were demolished, aud how occupants es- caped is a miracle. A little boy named Clarence Cassidy was playing near ttie depot and was stru-'k by a piece of iron from tho locomotive and may not re- cover. CHAPTER OF Epidemic of Murder in a South Carolina County. Fire Tragedies Enacted Within a Week. Three of Which Re- sulted From Jealousy. Two You Tlu-ir (iusrdian to Death and then Uulc the Col.VMU.A. S. C.. A'.IL'. week was ,i bloody of Julia Burton, wife of Ned K. G. Dun Co.'s AVeekly view of Trade. Kc- The Industries Are Active and Speculators Are Doing More, Outlook for Fall Trade U Good at All 1'oints in the I'rloo of Grain- Little Change in Iron Murket. NEW YORK, Aug. G. Dun vt Countv. Saturday night p.ist Co.'s Weekly Review of Trade says: the history j The industries aro doing rather loss and the speculators are doing more. That is the week's history in brief, but the vol- ume of logitim.ite business is still very large. ev-ooU'.ig last yo.ir's at this son ahull', ton per :-.nd tho outlook for fall tr.ulo is excellent at almost all commeiviu iron oral rauidlv Burton, was ish in the her husband in tho floor. Tho do.id hody o was ails" n ;...i fro'i: tho rafter cueirciod the other end being i are of prices of commodities fastened to the r.ift-r. He had evident- j rising and has more th.in -2'( Iv arrangi d tho eirihi himself por com. during tho nnst weok. jumped from th? loft, as his neck was! Tho otncial report sustained fears broken. It cionriy a ease of murder j of serious injury to corn and and suicide, the result of tho husband's j oats, but indicated lh.it the yield of cot- i ton is likely :.o ra her larger JLYXCHKD. A Villain from .Toil ami StriniLT u OMAHA. Neh., Aug. P.. Towne, a well-to-do farmer of Arling- ton, was shot through the heart, and his daughter Hatlio dangerously wounded yesterday by a tramp who was captured shortly >iff r l''e and lodged in jail. T'ae murderer proved to be Charles Pratt, a former employe, whom Towno had discharged four yours aso for malciiiL" lov to llattie. then a girl of liftcen. About U'oO last nisrht n. crowd of inn men quiet'iv marched into Blair and up to the jail where Pr-.tr confined. The bberiii and hia posse wereboon over On Sundny Charli-s Jenkins, a railroad laborer, was talking with a woman with whom he was when Peter Ashley slipped up behind him ami struck him in the head with an r.xe. killini: him in- stantly. Jealousy was also tho cause of this crime, the woman having formerly lived with Ashley, whom she quit to live with Jenkins. The murderer es- caped. A horrible crime w.-vs committed Sun- dav when Nelson Nash, who has care of Sam and Marion Nash, orphan children of his brother, aged lespectively ten and twel yerrs, w-is murdered by powi and witn tne sheriff's keys BASE 15 ALL. Kccortl of the Loaillni; Professional Clubs for Ono Following arc the scores of Friday's games: x.vi my.vi, i.1' At 0, Clove- land 15. At Cincinnati-i. At I'L Boston 4. At New New York -4. AMr.inrAX AS-WIATION. At Col.imbtis-2. At 11. Tjlodo 14. MIS' i.. At 11, At Chicago- Pittsburgh 1. At X, Boston At New 4, New York 5. Fntfti Collision tin !i liner Track. L.vwsoy, Mo., Aug. collision occurred on the race track horo yester- day between a horse ridden by Eugene Arthur and a trotter and sulky driven "by George Sweet. Drivers, horses and sulky were thrown into a confused mass. Arthur's neck was broken and injuries to Sweet's spine and head will cause bis death. Tho horses wore so badly in- jured they were shot. Teclrnil Hill Ooomed. WASHINGTON. echoes of Thursday night's caucus are still sound- ing through the corridors of the Capitol. The f.v as the Elections bill is concerned is not changed. The bill is certain to go over to the next session. The Committee on Ruins will not tnc-et until some further caucus action is had and that may not be for a week. Trnlnmrn Strike. CmrAfrO. Au3. and switchmen on the Wabash railway in citv Friday because the pay car failed to arrive. All hv.-itc.binc stopped and th" road is practically tied The trouble v.-iii probably be set- j t'.e'I today. It is staled tho pay car z day late in starting. ing :o 3 delay j in siaking up the pay rolls. I Tfr K-isTox. A.-.C. the j co'.orei an' John- I nie 5TarphT were resterday matched tc j fight for a ar..i an outii'ie bet ol j a si-ip. They vill Szht -with two- j jTiOves. Quoonsberry rules, at a j point w.thin -200 a; ISystoa, on Oc- I iober 23. ______________ to -The Pi-ait's ''ell soon op--ned. The mur- derer was drug-red form and in tho jail yard a rope was thrown over a limb on a tree and M noose placed around Pratt's neck and tightened. you any- thing to was asked him. "If you'll let up on that rope I'll tell be answered, "and then you can poll as quick and hard as you please." lie: commenced a rambling statement of how his neighbors hud imposed on him when some one shouted: has to do with the An angry roar from tho crowd, u surge on the, rope and Pratt dangled ten feet above ground. He was left there. The crowd reorganized and marched quietly away. Not a shot was tired and no one was hurt save Pratt. them. Tbcso boys are in jail and con- fessed they murdered their uncle. They say their uncle was cruel to thorn and whinpod them uninercffully upon slight provocation. Thoir uncle's wife urged them to kill him. assuring thorn that they were too young to be punished. On Sunday, while wife church and he stooping ovtr the fire cook- ing dinner. Sam stepped up behind and dealt bun a fearful blow in the head with ,L hatchet. Nelson cried out: "Oh! and ran out into thu yard, where ho fell. The; two boys then boat him to death with an axe and a hoe. Tho youtMul murderers then tied tho dead man s feet witn a chain, hitched the chain to n sinirir'tree, took a horse and dragged the body 3. neighboring gully and covered it with pine tops. Tho final tragedy of the week culmi- nated Thursdav. when Rosa Wilson died from the elTocts of a pistol shot fired about two weeks ago by John Connor, her lover, the ballet penetrating the brain. Connor cltiims-that the pistol went off accidentally, but Rose in her ante-mortem statement said he shot her purpos l_ during a quarrel, the result of jealousy. Connor is in jail, people arc colored. All those PRINCELY GIFT. the Worth City of Ufinntrd to for i'ark THE WORK OF FIKXDS. rin-t ioti-, 1'Uired krr-. IIIH! n Km. Men Plii-i.i Aug. o'clock Thursday-night Atlantic express No. 10 on the Baltimore -t Ohio railroad, car- rying a lariru excursion parly on route for Atlantic City, ran into a huge pile of railroad ties and r.uls piled upon the track-at Oscoola station, twenty miles from Pittsburgh. engine and bag- car thrown fifty foet over the embankment. Tho remainder of the train, consisting of seven sleeping cars, were all thro-vn from tho track and upon their sides. Tho escape of the oc- cupants from fatal inpiry was miracu- lous. Only four of the were injured and they but slightly. Engineer Sullivan and a friend, Rob- ert Goodwin, also an engineer, who was riding on tho onsrine. and a man named Hirsch who was stealing a ride on the front of tho baggage car, were instantly killed. They tvoro under tho engine and baggage car over the em- bankment. Their bodies wore recov- ered. Sullivan rosid-'d at Olenwood and leaves a widow and si v children. Good- win was sriung to his family, who reside at Prn'-r.rp.r.H, Aug. C. L. Ma- is in receipt os a cablegram from E. M. Bigolow, chief of the Department o: Public Works of Pittsburgh, now in London, stating that his mission ir London has boon successful and that ho has sociired from Mrs. nine toon acres of ground adjoining tho 4o( acres recently donat- d to the cit.y fo a park by Mrs. .Schonly, The nineteoi acres aro to be used for tho main on trance to the park grounds. On thi-. plot will also be orocted thf; main build ings of the library and ar buildings, which ?-ir. Carnegie propose to build and endow to the extent o Tho plot, of ground has a market value of ovor S-'JO.OUO. Cloic ol MrPtlnir. X. Y., Aug. was the last day of the Rochester moot in? of the Grand Circuit. It has bee an unprecedented muxoss in every way the weather and track being in goo condition throughout tae entire meet ing. The horses go from here to Pough keepsie, where the next meeting of th circuit takes place. The froe-for-ai race yesterday proved something of fizzle, only two startors going in tha event- In the pacing race ono heat wai paced in Another Hall Ulxlmricls. Aug. 10.--William Barnie manager of the Baltimore base ball club last night received a tolograrn from th Hartford, Conn., club which stated tha the club had disbanded. This will, owing to tho disbandmont of the Wash- hat of last year. Wheat has ,idv.im--'d with sales of 30.IWU.000 bushels ore. Corn having been pushed quite igh before the report appeared, has inco declined on large sales. Pork s half a dollar per barrel lower, but ogs are coming forward in groat num- ers and do not advance. Cotton has) alien throe-sixteenths, but is still ao igh that, purchases are limited. A heavy decline appears in the week- y output of pig iron, which was ons August 1, 175.727 July 1 and June 1. Prices show littlo hange, though one largo Southern con- ern is reported to be cutting liberally, .lie demand for finished products is ained and some form1; of plate iron aro i little higher. The wool manufacture hows no improvement and many mak- TS express growing disgust at the .cantinoss of purchases for tho Cheaper grades. Wool does not ad- -ance, and the heavy imports of goods ;ontinuc. Coal is very dull and the out- itit still falls below hut year's. Dry goods jobbers note that Southern aud Western buyers arc more Humorous in this market than usual, bun while cot ton goods are well sold up the demand or woolens is only fair. The? reports from other cities aro gon- erallv f.ivorable, no complaint boint; anywhere made as to the volume of cur- rent busines-j. Chicago notes that Irought in some localities has alToo.tod jrops so that purchases will bo dimin- shed, but the injury is not supposed to DO of serious magnitude. The dry goods and clothing sales exceed last year's and co'ileetions wore never better. Tho exports of merchandise from Now York fall balow last ye.-ir's by twonty- ninc percent, for half of August, while tho imports continue very heavy and those conditions, with the advance in speculative markets, are not entirely favorable. ECHOES FitOM COXGItKSS. Indian Appronrlntlnu Bill Pinn-d by tlui nml Harbor Hill In the Semite. WASHINGTON, nousc yobtenluy ilistussc'l al 'inrno the confer- ence report ptithc Indian Appropriation bill which was finn'lv to. Tn.c McKcy rclii-f bill was considered and a vote on itfi tlic nbi'-ni-c of it Mr. of Nov.- crcatfl bOino cXiitem. nt by of feringii resolution to revoke I'j.ivt'i nl'S'-nc-, except l.'ir or ifrantuil to UoKpr Q y-l :n an "cdu- cainptiiin." Tliu ittnoie'l tlio rcvol'ition. The ;ifU'rnoin was --p'lit ID f.li Tue Susoon wus to private PI.TI.-IUII S'-nnte hy n votf of to t took tl-.i- Ki-er ami H.irbor bill ;uiil at the tune of adjournment bail nearly coruylijtrO it. Tnn Law Knocked Ont. R.u.F.i'ni. N. C.. AU-T. Sey- mour, of tho 1 States Circuit Court, i Til t .1 in the case of tho Fertilizer club, leave but SIT. clubs in the romp-inv. of Va.. vs. the North Carolina Commissioner of Agriculture, involving the constitutionality of the brand of fer- ron- to trie State. Lhat tho coilec- aw. Last year 'J t-.e license tax of 5-VJO on tiuzcr sold in th< derod an opinion The decision sets fort." tion of the tax is a Intor-Stat-o nrjst r.ow rr'r, Atlantic Association for the remainder of the season. Potato Klijcht in Ireland. Dfi'.i.iN- Aug. The potato blight is in tho counties of Donoyal, Cork, Waterford. Tipperary and LiTi- erick. I'ricos have already doubled at au- Fool CHE-VTLI.VK. 0.. A.-.Z. -T. Kirk- lar.d, a of Hon'-r and surrcrUp-'-r.-ient of the p.v.sVjrL-h. Ft. %Vavr.e 'hnps he-re, yest'TCiay for.ni cown- in eight inches o; water. the j thoriti'-s are oxcrtinc1 to I avoid rioting. The blight has "j, I tho of 'ialway and is not confined to any particular soil. It is partly due j to of 'dd .ved in oid ground, i in a greav-r degree to rainy i season. v. i wbi-lc crossing tho track at tv; Bri His watch ana sonny are and j c... ,a a ;bc there aro and c... mx. N. V.. trial of the five striking Editor Cal.. M. Ber.tk-y, editor of the New-, -was taken ont Thursday by armed men and tarred and feathered for pubiishin? article re- of C E. the c recently arrested for doing j f.ecting on the conduct o duty, terminated yesterday. Frasier while teacher of Each sentenced to 100 days' irnpris- j granjmar schc-oL The parties implicated oament ia the Albany peaiieatiarj. were Ir.d.. Aug. Early Fri- day morning Trov.-rs and crossing tho track at t'v; Bristol en- gine and kiil'ri cat is so deep that it is impossible to a frcna either direction. Trot Arsimt Sunol and Alto are entered for the Belinont races, this citr, on 4. Sanol will trot against Maud S." record, and Palo Alvo wiii go agaiaat the racord of A Strike. CnicAf.o, Aug. night forty switchmen employed the Rock Island road at Forty-seventh street went out on a strike. The trouble was duo to the discharge of a named Mur- phy. Yardmastor Corey had discharged him for being intoxicated. As .soon as the aion learned of the discharge they struck, without knowing what charges were hrought against Murphy. Aftor being out for half an hour they agreed to go back until an investigation could be made.________________ Myaterlonn ST. I'ATT., Aug. wife and datightor of W. F. Horton worodrownod hero Thursday night and the ca.so is shrouded in mystery. Horton was with his -ufo and says the boat capsized and his wife and daughter sank out of sight. lie floated down to South St. Paul, landed and carao back to their boarding place, going to and not reporting the ovont until yesterday morning. Hor- ton vas arrested and the police aro in- vestigating tho matter. to Death. H.'.ZKI.TON, Pa., Aug. Surtnan, keop'.T of a low grozgory hero, became in a quarrel with a crowd of Polos in his place last even- ing. He ejected Andro Martoni, who bombarded the place with stones. Sur- man seized a club and boat him into in- sensibility. While thus onirajred ho was Joined by Joseph Mattis and tho two beat the man's skull into jelly with Martoni will His anis were jailo'i. Tar tit snnk In niiiMnn. SArt.T STF. MAKTK. Aug. iO. The tug John Hicklor and tho yacht CLOUUJBUltST IX COLORADO. Two Lost a Loss of Nearly COI.OKAHO Col., Aug. One of tho most disastrous rums, which resulted in a cloudburst, occurred in this city Thursday and the result is that two lives are lost and it is foarod that those of a family who woro camp- ing on a dry crook aro also lost. At a black cloud seemed to boar down on the city, and as it appro.ichod it grow denser. It broke and for a few moments a solid block of water poured down, which was followed by hail. Roofs woro beaten in, signs hurled to iho ground and walls undoruiinue. by iho water and hail. An unknown Swede who lived in the fiats below town was swept away and a woman who resided near tho creek can not now be found. Tuohti miles of railroad i nicks .iru au.iy and all trains aie in mnv .lueuce. The luration of tho stoi -11 ninutes, ami its path was a mile The cloud came from tho northwo.it. 1'ho damage will amount to at kMat S-OO.UOO 111 tho city aud vicinity. SEAL POACH Tuouty TliU Son- ftoti I'V Ni' Attempt lo the Tin, SVN l-'i: v.v -tatinned at North Bay to soixe all vessols (tiuj'lii lishing insido the limit, but a court hold, by Admiral Gordon found that tho Con- naught was lying in Allurton harbor and her crew enjoying a frolicking time, when entries in the vessel's log alleged that tho cruiser was fit .sea watching the Americans._____________ Skipped with .S7.OIHI mid ll'-r I.ovor. Nr.w Aug. -The Horald re- ports the disappearance from her homo at No. r.M Grant stroot, Brooklyn, ol Mrs. Henry Schiller, the wife of a man- ufacturer of musical instruments. The woman look wi'h hor a old daughter and of her husband money. Sho is b'-l iov d to have olopi with a music teacher l''redei-ick with whom sho has long been infatuated. Schuarz is twcnty-sevot years of age and married, while Mrs Schulor is forty-five years old. 11111 I'ltriii Mitii-H Mill I'a., Aug. slil 7H 11 Ull Nows of the State Put Into R UK GAVE VASSKS, Am it of tho flenrrnl ApMilol tJu  ro.ul. A IKI'-'O I. w.i-. Cle fi-r the ro'in t- is olaiuie i ir.ivc 1, Div. laud -I'hnols. at: nrt iu mon o Tii loioro id. a id In nior. spool.i1 Martin u-rs u'vi-n losird b'-foi-e iho L I-M- caoie into collision Bay Milli Thursday night. Tho Ramona sank in sixteen f'.-et of wator. Sbo is Tal at S2.T.OOO and will raised with pont'xins. captain of the- Raraona claims tho HJht was not burning. fprfny fThcat In MKTKAPOI.IS, Minn.. G. Rogers, the wheat export, csti- tnatw spring wheat crop of the Nortn west at 000 :5 Minnesota and in the Dftkctas. This is based on carefui acre- age ud threshing rages in tho Hill Farm inirios, where the fire-damp explosion occurred a shor time ago aud killed thirty-one m. n. Tin mine was upuned Wednesday for tho first time in (ivo weeks and the fire damp was so dense as to make ontranci impossible. Two large fans have boei erected, which will lie kopl in   ho gra-d iurv a' Clovo'.and vill bo liv.'d at iu A POLITICAL 31LV1 Oltl Uisbor.d c.ise. im .Itiido Kithrr 1'nrtT H ttf tho ISitiird ot ft is estimated that tho !iro has alreadi done worth of damage. Kftu A muck. YfiKotloMA, Aug. house boy a Bonthain, Colobos, boo.'ttno joalous o his wife. Ho nllod up with brandy an opium and ran amuck. Ho first kille his wife and then started down street, slashing every one ho met. He was fo lowed by every man who was near, bu before ho ho had kille e.ipht persons, fatally wounded four an seriously injured four. Ho finally fe: dead, covered with spear and knif wounds. Aug. 10. At Homestead, miles oast of here, the body of John K. Shoots was found last Sunday on tho railroad track, badly mangled. Tho doctors think have found a bullet boie in the- rr.an's Thc-y contend that the body was on th'.1 track after doatii. Shoots wai an and th'; rr. ornbr-rs o' tiiat frat'-rnity claim he v.-a? rnurdcrod by he had angcrod by his VirtorJ- Nob.. Aug. ffcuiling rr.atch bclw-'-n li carr.o off Thurvjav and was witnessed bo a wal'jr and day were sp-o oarrmea in con- one mil': and two in thrco. straight heats. fiv.'d. Tho 1 .-.nd the m. The race two turns Han'.an won in two toMrllte. Cmr-Aoo. shop strike among tho iron rnoM'-rs thrc.itoncd in Chicago, and ono prtcipitatt-d "VVcdnc-sday by a. N'.rth .Irm casting a pan fora fjuartz rr.i'.l an order from firm in San w-Lvst emplojea art on s trine. it is c.ommit- ol conven- Tim board md ilollnrn for Xo tor Kqunl AUT. -Tbo 'hnt a State Board of iluation is to b'i 111 November appears to hav" joon overlookfd throughout the State, is no nominations hav thuu fa- boi'v'i made by either party. Tho boa'-d will consist of ;vs many members u.- o upose ;ho proyont Senate, and the uieuibers horoof will bo chosen [run the Sena- torial districts as iiftwconM'tuteil iuliko manner and number a-- Sou'.tors aro chosen, tho law regulatiiifr then- election the same as thai n'ov tlo election of Senators to the As- sembly According to party duty of thi) various n, toes to attend to tho e.illi'uf tions for tho of candidates for this boa" I moots in this c.ity in momhnrs aro ontitlod live each day nocossarily omnlovi'd and mileage at tho rate of twelve cents a mile to and from thoir residenc to and from tho capital. The sessions last from sixty to IW Swnllowod Tin WhUili- ii'iil Cot.i'MT.r.s. O.. Aujf. thrtfo- year-old son of 'vVilliam Cramer, of this city, swiillowed a tin whistle, oir-- ciilar in form. It hidgo I in tin: littlo fellow's throat and all olio: ts to romove it proved fruitless. It worked its way down tho throat so far that it was im- possible to remove it, through iho mouth and Dr. Hamilton tnado an incision above tho collar bono, e.cjiosing iho pli.irviix. but the o! >-ti notion could 10 found. '1'iif! i-hild w.is -inablo to stand tho operation arid died on tho sur- tfoon's talilo. C'rlilil'iHlly v. O A i IT. ;o Mi---> Kiln Do- war, a re-peciei'. y'luii'j- ladv of this p'-i'-o, v.as d .'.ml nieod a tra'r.ii ju-it ih'' ony iia.it-; Thursday. Sh'1 and a woro out fishing' and sho strayed oil' n short dis- tane" ;.o D'''k !i f''W from the bushes, when tho rushed upon her, kno'-Viier hor insensibl11 and inittiug hi" i.ellish de-ign. A of is M'u .rintr the and if found rope. bo dangled at Hi" en I of a oT rir.l.n, O., Aug. arodra'.vn 1151 h-.nvoen tno :liid fliy Four roadn by which the iu'-iir rani ovor the Erie from D.iyton to Durbin and then over iho C.. I. >t t-j tho C. S. C.. tho Big Four giving up its lease of tho C., S ,v C. for this. Tho Krio runs ovor tho Big Four from Dayton to Cincinnati, instead of over tho C., H. D., as at present. Bij will parallel the C., S. C. to Co'iumbtis at once. __, DrnnkoM 1'rh-si r.tirtl. Kr.N'siNf, rox, O. Honne.soy, tho f-tholic priost at [Jiin- gannon, who a few weeks was bound over to court to answer to tho charge of assaulting McGraw witii intent to kill, was a-.'ain brought before Mayor of tliH jil.ice, on tho of drunkojiiioss and and g'.iilty 1 was Cncd tivo dollars and cost. Will Charity. O.. E. M. M linger. of ;V- Arcado, Hotel, has h'-ir to fron Madison County. Yor'r. Ho will dovoto th'j sum fi.iriiabi" purposes, probabl v to the "t nn Chapel for ono of the of this city.________________ Cf.F.vi.Ki.A the vos- rorr. Twentie'ii diitriot took tcrday. Judge Tibba'.s -Mthdn tho race and the last ballot resulted as follows: Taylor !04. SO. .Tohn- aoa 39. 3. Two hundred and eighty-one have taken.- or, Kccorn. O.. WolT Davis drilled in an oil well north of the citT Thursday which is, without docbt, tho greatest producer ever struck. It flowed over barrels the first and up to six o'clock evening the production was bar- J! -ri m it, ft. i zH   

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