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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1890, Salem, Ohio HE SALEM DAILY VOL. IL NO. 209. SALEM. OHIO, THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 4. 1890. TWO CENTS. Explosion Causes a Bad Blaze in Sew York City. Badly Injured. While Third Was Roasted to Death. PENITENTIARY KOKKOKS. State of AiTa n la Ho'spltal of 1'rison on lilnrxtrell'i Itland. KeialU of a In- Portion of Hiawatha, Kan., De- ftrnyccl Hank Building, Together With j in Cmh Other I YoitK, Sept Thomas Hogan's corr..ce factory at 227 and 229 East Fifty was gutted yes erday by a fro which destroyed the whole inside of the structure. The third floor of the buiUiinir was occupied by M. Abraham. of the Rossmore Cigar Company, while not less than forty convicts were down the two upper floors were uncenanted. with the disease. There is a dread TLo lire w.is caused by an explosion among the prison lets, of to NEIV YOKK, Sept. 4. The Evening Sun as a result of its investigation prints a long- expose of the abuses and mis- management in the lUackwell's Island penitentiary, the conduct of which, it says, is a disgrace to humanity. This statement applies more particularly to the sanitary condition of the establish- ment. What the saniwr3' state of af- fairs is may be judged from the fact that no longer ago than las-r, April the prison was swept by a scurvv, which nothing short of almost criminal nopliffpnce could have brought on. At one time Dntfmglnp Testimony Against a Prominent Knight of Labor. Claimed That He Threatened to Make Sew York Central Officials Pay for His Influence. wr.ich occurred m tho basement, where four or tive bovs wore at work. Two of the- 'JOTS were badly burned, while one, lUnicl Killer., aged fifteen, was burned to death, his body after wa-ds being found in the ruins. Mr. liogan places his loss at (WO: partly insured, and Mr. AV.r.'.lia'iiS loss is The cause of '.he iire .i.nl explosion is a mystery. MHA, Ka-.., 4.-Firewhich started in a liverv stable at one o'clock W wines lay morning destroyed two and the prison hospital ki-ovs mr.uv who aro in of Ter-rment from applying for it. There are still some of scurvy left, but are iriid JIIHI in its epidemic form The hospital i? crowded and the air is foul. I-i waul fKo '.wor i-; right out in the room, ni vl.un view of the sick, not ten feet away from some of bods and oven so much as a screen around it Further oti'-haU biock.s in tbo business couterof i than the mattresses on the beds are the city. Among the buildings de- stroyed were the First National Rank building, owned by Congressman Mor- rill, the Odd Fellows' building, tho Kontucky Hotel and a number of stores and livery stables. The vault in the bank building, containing 850.000 in cur- rency, valuable books and papers, gave way under tho intense heat and its con- tents were entirely destroyed. The loss is estimated at ?150.000. BROOKLYN-, N. Y., Sept. de- structive fire broke out at noon Wed- nesday in the Wallabout market. Tho fire started in Poter Young's bagging shop, which was filled with inflammable material, and spread to the yards of Frederick Tielko and from there to Von Glahn
cd be can aot separated from bU wife Mi tlmtCMd to (boot faiUaf WASHINOTOX, The President to tbe House yesterday s from tho Secretary of State, accom- panied by reports adopted by the Pan- American Congress, to the ?ub- ject of international arbitration. Sec- retary Blame in his letter says ,in r.c: of Congress, approved May 34, 1SSS, au- thorized the President to invite other govornmouts of America to join the United States in a conference for the purpose of discussing and recommend- ing for adoption some plan of arbitra- tion for the settlement of disagree- ments and disputes that may hereafter arise between thorn. In pursuance of this invitation tho i-onforonet- i three reports. First Uocommon.Unir a do finite pHn of arbitration for Uu- jtHtiomont of d.i- feronees botwoen tho nativ-ni. Keoomiiionding :nl >s of a similar plan by UK: nation- of rope. Doel'ivinc that t! i- COUiillcst could not b U.HMvuiv. American nations. In his lottor of tr iriMiiHUil dont that tin- rat'.li'Mti'in of e tre.'ities con templii toil by reports will con-UUuto one of tin' i most bopoful incidrnt-5 iu tho "t the Wo, turn Hemisphere. THUKJ-: CHAItitKl) VICTIMS. Mother SlerTu'o Dcutli In Th-lr Sopo. -I. 'L'lirco un- fortunates, a mother and hur two tlaugh- tors, were suiTocatod and burnnd early morning by a fjro at thair homo, loO'-J T'ao names of tho victims are Mrs. Sarah Me In tyre, agod fifty yoar.s, ML'- Intyre, agod ten years, Agues Rogers, tbo adopted daughter, aged soventoett years. Abo'tt o'clock a s.r.v a of flre in tho front room and immediately raised a crv of liro. Sumo delay wa.- ex- pcriencod in (Imling an o'li'v >r and it was nearly twenty minutes after the flames were first discovored before an alarm to the liro department. Tbo building in which tho tl.'.mes discovered is a three-story brick. The flames spread so vapidly t.n.it before 'he victims could bo ro.fch.ed by the dromon thny were ovorcomn by Tjrf firo w -is caused by tho up-iftting of a coal oil lamf) in ttio lisinds of f'harles Mc.Intyro. a son of (lie "Idosi victim. who, it is alleged, came homn at an early hour in an intoxicated condition. Mc- Intyro has boen locked up to await tho action of tho coroner. THIS NATIONAL GAME. Kecord nt O linen on As nnil I'Mi-UU. Following are the scores of Wednes- day's games: NATIONAL I.EAOUE. At New York 9. Phila- delphia o. Second Ne-.v York 5, Fbila.-U-l- phia 9. At Brooklyn Boston 4, Brooklyn AMKIUOAN AI.MIffATIoN. At Louisvillo 10, Atn- letics -l. At St. Louis 3. Syracuse 5 At Rochester Columbus 5, Rochester 7. At BaUinore Toledo f, BoJtiiii ire J. ft. vvnis' i.i: At New Yryk H. At Boston, I'DO'I At I'itlsburgh 11. Phil- adelphia 10. THE In :iri'J Houso of M f I vo-f Rp.v 8tc n otfnrecl LjyMr Cull tbf> atiootiiiK of Gorier. il B.irnin'Jht ftu instill to the Amcr.ron was rclunctlto IhcCommlUi-u on Foreign Aff.ilrs Tuc bill wat ttkon up ;mrt tho fiiVJir sdi'jO'ilf ais- Exlvri'lccl -neeclii'S on tin; su'jjuct of protection were made In Messrs rvnd nrav Thi: si'sslon wus cl't- voscil 10 "il'l. IIousE-Tho House' I'm; hill to rnen- or n :ii Hoi anil a fiill for a arro-o river by tho Atlautlc railroad. Tbo Clayton- Mrerkenriilge up and with JiTirnony lint without ac- tloi. adjournment untll-alato hour. K-iocki I Out. Vt-, Sept Tho hottest and most protractel contort for town reprcsentativf in thn of Rut- land resulted after fo-ir ballots lasting till three a. m. yesterday in the elec- tion of Thomas Malom-y. Democrat, by 34 majority over tlirc" other candidates. The contest was noteworthy because Rutland is the homo of tb'j high iiconno movement and tho defeat of W. Clement. Republican, and the fatbor of the mov-nx-nt. was accomplished by small majority, about Prohib'tionista roting for the Democratic caadidaw. Convention of VFauliI-ba Sr. Sept. There is a nation- al convention in here, composed of sixty delegates different States. cailcd for t'no purpose of upon a platform which the r'-o- hi'rfition and othf-r reform pa-'-.os can unite for the of a genuine reform pnrtr of di- mensions to mako a against both of the oi'J mm Sept 4. Oowles- flale shooting case was ystoHar poacd antil tho i2lh inst .-.t-h" of tbe Hale party, who aimed they bad not time u> their wit- nesses from the taey vrerc warned some time tbe ws.3 to V- Hale. to TOKK. Sept 4. Emily who Srod shots at bcr John the acior. oa July M. who foand fnilty VT WM to fonr months In Sttto took her mteKfia I AH arf tii
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