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   Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1890, Salem, Ohio                               THE SALEM DAILY EWS. VOL. II. NO. 223. SALEM. OHIO, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 20. 1890. TWO CENTS. A Rfflf AY Express Train Thrown Into Scliuylkili Kiver. Fifteen Corpses Already Recovered From the and Many Others are Yet to Come. Heartrending Scenes Which Appalled the Stoutest Hearts. PLEADED NOT GUILTY. Train Arratcned li Cout Their xcoafettlon" The Disinter In the History of the Rending Rallrnnd Large Number of Injured. RE.VHIXB, Pa., Sspt wreck oc- curred on the Heading road seventeen miles above this place at about o'clock last night. If everything is borne out by subsequent developments, i it is the worst wreck that has ever oc- c'.irrod in this section in tae history of the Reading Railroad Company. The i train which met with disaster loft this city at o'clock, ten minvtos late. It is known as the Pottsvillo express and j running a: the rate of at least forty- j five miles un hour. It had on board probably 125 to 150 passengers, and con- I sisto of an engine, mail aad express j cars and three passenger cars. Above j Shoemakervillo, fifteen miles above this city, there is a curve where the railroad j is about eighteen to twenty feet higher than the Suhuylkill river. Here shortly before six o'clock a freight traia nin I into a coal train, throwing seve.-ai cars in the latter on the opposite track ac.d before the train hands had time to go back to warn any approaching train of the danger, the Potwville express camo around the curve and ran into the wrecked coal cars on its track. The engine went down the embank- ment, followed by the entire train with its human freight. The scene was ona of great horror, and can be better im- agined than described. The cries of the imprisoned passengers wo-o heart- rending. It was a scene never to bo fo-- gotten by who participated and Survived. Some of the passengers man- aged to crawl out of their prison and aroused the neighborhood. Word was telegraphed to this city and help sum- moned, but all information was refuse! at this point by the railroad officials. Physicians and surgeons and a force of 800 worklngmen were taken to the spot and with the aid of a ttaveling electric light plant the work of clear- ing away the wreck was at once pro- ceeded with. Work was slow and tho dead and dying were taken out with great difficulty. Up to ten o'clock last night six dead and some thirty wounded bad been taken out. Of the latter some were brought here and others taken to the Miners' Hospital at Ashland. The dead so far recovered are still on the ground. The dead and wounded taken cut up to this time are as follows: Killed: William D. Shome, Reading, badly mangled; John White, engineer, Pottsville; James Templin, fireman, Pottsville; Harry Logan, conductor, Pottsville; David Augstodt, Mahanoy City, died after being taken from tho wreck; E. W. Logan, baggagomaste.r, Shcnandoah. The injured are: Harrison Riland, Philadelphia, leg broken and Internally hurt; Joseph Southwood. Contralia, badly cut and internally hurt; Jacnes F. Merkle, Bethlehem, badly cut about head and internally hurt; John Thorn- ton, Leosport, badly cut about bead and body, seriously injured; J. Noll, Shenandoab, cut about head and left shoulder broken: Frank R Uoll, man- ager of Frank Mayo's dramatic com- pany, cut head and body; John Carroll, Pt. Glair; Joseph A. Mahanoy City; Robert Cotton, Potti- to-.vn, injured internally; Samuel Shel- k-nbargor, Hamburg, legs injured; P.. W. Cithler, Girardville, foot and leg mashed: John Goollck, ME. Carael, hurt internally and hands cashed; Johnston, Siienan- (loah. head badly cut and log broken; Goorge Sanders, Reading, badly hurt about back and neck; Benjamin F. Beecher, Shenandoah, left hip badly cut and hip hurt; James Bornhard, Shenan- doah, lefties crushed and log hurt; John IIoss, Mabanoy City, logs badly hurt: David G. YOUHT, Mahanoy City, head badly cut and legs sprained: Ly- man Dick. Hamburg, both legs broken: Dr. B. F. Saloday, New Ringstold, right arm badly hurt Direct communication has just beer; had with the scone of the wreck and it is reported that the number of killed reach forty or fifty. It is impossi- ble to get the exact number and the full horror of the situation will not be known for some hours. Mall Agent; Greenwald's body was taken out ai eleven o'clock, followed by the horribly taangled bodies of two Mahanoj City Sretnen on their way home from the Sreraen's convention at Chester. It that George R Kaercher, the famous lawjfr. of Reading, is among the killed. Sixteen of the injured were broaght on a special train to the Road- Jsg hospital "Icven o'clock- At two o'clock tbi? tae sitna- tioa -was as follows: Three hsndr'M were stJli st work. they wore sakia? slow -prorrc-ss. Fifteen bodies hare V-on taken out. -Tohn Noil and Wiliiara Johnson, o! hurt: and Joh- iiriuss. Schurlkiii Ravca. are among the latest injured reports! Itisstii! Believed that iwentj or are now teaeath the wrc-cfc- Who are i; known because it is not known whc on tr." train, and bow aianj were actually kiiiei will or.lj bo disclosed the removal of tbe fcagiae and on fross the bed of river. TROT, X. T., Sept. Reed, Cair and Buett, the men charged with con- spiracy to wreck a Central train in thf town of East Groenbush on the nigbt o; September 4, entered pleas of not guilt5 in the Court of Sessions yesterday ano Kiernan and Cordial were The grand jury found no evidence tc connect any of the men in custody with the wrecking of the Montreal sleeper at the Staats crossing in the town ot Schodaek on the same night- The re- ported confessions worn a Si-nsationai feature of the case for which thore ap- pears to have been uo foundation in fact. What Reed, Cain and Uu.-tt did coa- fess to was that afto-r hat-chin? the plot to wreck a train they me: in Ore at what is known as the "cabbage switch" of tho Central Hudson railroad. The switch is neiir a gar-lou. They broke into a house :i' o'clock :it uftor v.-hich tiicy throw the switch of the soutubouni and wiv'god nsh in between t'rie rails. While they were thus engaged they saw the wreck of the M-jitreal at Staats have no idoa how it cams about. The mysti-ry surrounding the affair at Staats crossing, by which socond section of the Montreal oxpvess was wrecked, is us deep as ever. some the theory that it an accident dae to the spreading of the rails is tho true version ot the affair. The misplaced switch at Greenimsli did not result in an accident The trials of Rood, Cain and Buett wore set down for Tuesday next. ______ _ CAUGHT IN A HUUKICAXE. mni? DRIF FFTV UK DuLLBllN. Money Market Eased by chases of Bonds. Large Increase of Imports, While Corresponding Reduction in Exports la Noted. TcrrHile Experience n Stilp In a Storm, Durhijj Wnich Elgfht Were Swept BOST-O.X, Sopt. suip Challen- ger, of Bath, before reported ia distress, put in here Friday. She had nothing but hor fore and main lower masts with fore and main yards standing. Captain Thompson reports thut be experienced adverse winds nearly the whole time after until the hurricane of August 81. Eight men were lost overboard and four injured. Durir.y the threatening weather preced- ing tho hurricane he hnd shortened most of the sails and when the wind struck the ship all hands were aloft pulling in the others. jibs filled, and carried away the jib-boom, top mast and top- gallant mast and the men were either thrown into the sea or landed on por- tions of the wreckage, a few falling to the deck uninjured. At five p. m. the wind blew at the rate of miles per hour ancT the f'.irl--d sails were blown out of the gaskets and by p. m. the mizson mast bad gone. Every thing on deck was smashed or carried away and the ship left ia the condition reported above and at the mercy of the waves. The ship labored heavily in the trough of the sea until the wind moderated, when such men its were not injured sot about putting the ship in as good condition as possible. This required throe days and in the meantime the captain attended to the wounded men. BUNKOED. Wealthy Fnrmer fays for Form- ing Hie Acquaintance of Two Sharpers. S-rr.uiui.N-viLLK, 0., Sept 20.--Henry Burns, a wealthy farmer, living IlltCL-n miles from here, was swindled out of last week by sharpers. The men called at his house Thursday with a gripsack containing, as they said, 318..- 000 with which they wantod to purchase land. After making arrangemnnt? to buy Burns' land, they agreed to leave tho money for a few days with him. Saturday they returned and requested Burns to loan them So.OOO. he was amply protected by tho in the satchel, he drew from bank and turned it over to them. On Monday, his suspicions being aroused, bo opened tho satchel and found it, 'M contain wood and paper. Tho matter uid not loak out till yesterday, owing- to the reticence of Burns and tho bank officials. Ron! IJroker Victimized. DHTHOIT, Mich., Sept. -Harry J. Dewey, a real estate broker of thisoity. recently traded 618.000 in minino- stock with James llatcu, of Philadelphia, for 5.500 acres of land in the Northern Peninsula of Michigan. Without look- ing up his property Dowoy disposed of the entire block to diflera-nt parties, and a few days since on a deed being sent to Sault Ste. Mario for registration, it was discovered that the land in question lay miles the shore of Lake Superior un- der about GOO feet of water. An searcb has been instituted for Ilattfh, but so far without success. Will Electrocuted. FALLS, N. Y., Sept. Judge Fish charged the jury yesterday in the Cal Wood murder trial. The jury were out but thirty minutes and delivered a verdict of guilty of murder in the first dcgre-3. The prisoner was to be executed by electricity at prison during1 the week of 5. Wood was totally unconcerned, bat bis i wife wept and broke down Learing the sentence. Enormous Consumption of Iron, Mt Ever lUsvlTal In Wool Manufacturing. NEW G. Dun Co.'s Weekly Review of Trale says: Secretary Window's purchr.se of four per bonds has brought immediate ease j in the money murlct-u. Xo unhealthy expansion of speculation has appeared as yet. and commercial loans are again' quoted at six to seven per cent., while Tcor.Pv .in '.as fallen from about 100 to per cent. The actual disburso- Hit.- treasury, in excess of ro- ceipls the wc-ek. hav? boou 000, only cart of tne bonds having yet "iH fnr, h'-t O-.'T more notes have been issued for silver bul- lion. It is important to notice tbat the prosiuro for money still inuroases at tiio.v. oC tuO and tha banks of Encrbnd. Fi-nr.eo ii-.vl Germany lost about gold last week. Until crop-? move morn freely, the future of the New York market will not be entirely uncioudod. The root of the difficulty is that wheat is quotnl at at Chicago. here, and only about SI.03 at Liverpool for the same grade, so that no free and natural movement to the seaboard, or hence to Europe, can take place. Similar obstacles check the movement of some other products. Exports of wheat and corn are not half those of last year at corresponding dates. Imports are com- iug forward in large volume, anxiety to pot .roods entered here before the new tariff goes into effect being greatest- In half of September tiio Increase of im- ports over last year at New York has been nine per cent., but the decrease in exports hence has been nineteen, pet cent. Interior money markets are generally closer, with the strong demand which an unprecedented volume of business causes. At Boston fhe stringency affects trade somewhat, but wool is in much better demand. Wool shows im- provement at Philadolnhia and cotton manufacture is fairly active. The iron trade is very active and nail makers ad- vance prices ?2 per keg. Chicago has a large decrease from last year in receipts of grain, but increase in lard, cheese, hides and wool; dry goods and clothing ?all's exceed last year's. The consumption ot .iron Is enormous, the largr-st ever known, and the plate, structural, sheet and wrought pipe works are crowded. The great increase in sales of wool marks a revival in tbat manufacture, and the cotton manufac- tures are alive. D-y goods business is growing inactivity. swept a path tbroagb tee for half a zniie, destroying at least thirty baild- Jays. The Maskegon Sre department i canie to the aid of the town and helped save the rest of St. The losses gate oTtr __ N. J., Sopt. V7. R. of Bajoaae, la tne c scicidw Oottklil a wwalthj real broker Uad te UM laatt- i BLUFT, Art, Sept. A fatai wreck occurred on the Vallej road Thursday afternoon n few miles from tbis dty. A northbound jumped tbc track- were eiybt or nine ffers aboard. Frank Sweet Md MTan otliers ialnrwl BALL AND BAT. Results of Contests Between Ex- of the National Gfctun. Following are the scores of Friday's games: NATIONAL I.E.-VOUE. At 5, Chicago 10. At 4, Cin- cinnati 5. At Pittsburgh New York 7, Pitts- burgh A! grounds. AMKIITC.VS ASSOCIATION. At 4, Columbus 9. At. Ft. 7, St. Louis S. At 4, Louisville 9. At 7, Chicago C. .At, R-.ifTalo -Philadelphia 0, Buffalo B. At York 3, Pitts- burgh 0. At Train Wrecked by a Collision. 0.-.V, X. Y., Sept. morning tho New York express on the X. Y.. 0. W. railroad crashed into a coal train tbat bad stopped to register at the Broadway station in Fulton. Th engineer and fireman escaped by jump- ing. Express Messenger Hopkins also jumped, but broke his left log-. The loco- motive of the passenger train and a coach and two cars of the coal train wero badly wrecked. Tho passengers wore badly shaken up and frightened. Blaxe. SOUTH HA VEX, Mich., Sept. early Friday morning destroyed M. Halo iV. Co. and E. E. Burliagbaro's dry goods II. Cain's boot and shoo store, C. Fif.cher's hardware store, William Grill's butcher shop. E. E. Dales' drug store. Angel Bellman's tailor shop, a harbor shon. the post-oSce and a fine residence- The loss is estimated at 000. The origin of the fire is unknown. of CnirAOO. Sept E. Davis, Q' this city, elected Director Gen- eral of the World's Fair at Friday's ses- sion of thf.- National Commission. On i-formil V.Hot be received fifty votes. j V-ing necessary to a choice. Thn ballot was made formal and Mr. Da-.i.-j -'-'as declared the tbc commission. unanimous try ROCKVILI.K, Conn., Sept. 20. The los-ns by the ftoods la Ellington and Croa-ibrook valley will aggregate OCX The to the tobacco crop U estimated zl and the loss on pota'-o crop will be The mani of trains batwoea Brockville and Spring- field not be resumed before Mooday. Act in taw ueia oTrrn, K. BL, Sspt Hein, the third irlcttia of her mnrderow father, die! Friday morning. tm- aerals of the father and daGjfhters. Car- rie, Bertha and Xaud. beU LOM of ft Turkish War Vessel and 5OO ttallon. Two Envoys of Sultan, One Whom Was the Famous Pacha, Drowued. ol Ending of an Ill-Starred Full of for on Hoard. LOXDOX, Sept from Hio- ifo state that tho Turkish man-of-war Ertogroul has foundered at sea, and that five hundred of her crow were drowned. Tho Ertogroul was a wooden frigate- buiit cruiser of tons displacement. She mounted forty-one guns of small caliber, and was built in ISiii. Osman Pacha and AH Pacha, envoys of the Sultan to the Emperor of Japan, were passengers and wero drowned. Pacha, whoso victory over the Russians at. Plevna gr.vo him rank n fitrhtin.c Oeiioral. had been on an ofHcial visit, to Japan, having- been int.rustfd with a sncciiil mission froui tho Sultan to tho Mikado. The progress of the Ertogroul since sb? left Constantinople for tho east, many months ago, has been a un- dignified and ludicrous ono. Leaving Turkey short of money, it was under- stood that supplies were to bo sent for hor up to tho ports at which she was tc call, with the result that hor sojourn iu countries was indefinitely pro- longed, as the officers at homo were not able to keep their promises. In this way she has lost some of her crow and her oQcers wore many times on the verge ol rebellion, induced by starvation, while governors of the cities visited re- fused to remit harbor dues and grant other privllocres tbat wero of rlsrht due her as a Turkish man-of-war, on tho ground that she was not sailing in that character. There was not powder enough on board to enable her crew to fire the regulation salutes. After many adventures only worthy of an opera bouffe navy, the Ertogroul finally ar- rived in Japanese waters, and it was on her return voyage that tho disaster oc- curred. ________________ TO South Carotin i Will Form Stnto Ticket Composed of "Stralffht- ont" COLUMBIA, S. Sept. The Re- publican State convention on Thursday night elected a now State Executire Committee composed entirely of the Webster-Miller faction and indorsed Thomas Miller's candidacy for Congress from the Seventh district. The com- mittee on platform and resolutions re- ported In favor of placing a full State ticket in the field and tho matter wafl left to the State Executive Committee with full power to act. It was undoubt- edly the sense of tho convention as it is also of the executive committee to nom- inate a State ticket composed entirely of "straight-out" Democrats in opposi- tion to farmer Tillman. Such a ticket, It Is claimed by the Re- publican leaders, will receive the solid Ropublican vote of the State and alsc that element of tne Democracy which never will acquiesce in tho nomination of Tillman. The executive committee have the matter under consideration and will formulate a ticket and an- nounce it within tho next ten days. Judge A. C. Haskoll, a prominent straight-out Democrat of this city, seems to be the unanimous candidate of the Republican leaders for Governor. THE LAW-GIVEK9. Ditcus'ilori of the nnnkruptcy 'Jilt by tht WASHTSOTOS. Sept. Sen ate yesterday discussed forav.-hile Mr. Plumb'i rpsolution to recommit the llinkruptcy bii; with instructions to amend it by making It apply to voluntary bankruptcy only, and thon left the whole matter on tho oalondar with no' much probftbilitv of it sixain cnllfifl up thii session. A numbfir of unobjectionable bills or the calendar were taken up and passed before adiournmcct. tho House tho Democratic minor ity by flllbusterini? tactics, refusing to rote bn responding to roll call.s. prevented final ocliot uo to the time of adjournment on the Langston Veaablo Virginia contested election case. QREAT RAILWAY COMBINE. .B Association Which VTill Control Making Koadii and Southern CHICAGO. Sept. great South- western Railway and Steamship Asso- iatioo, of which J. F. Goddard slated or it it is carried out on he lines laid down, ono of the groatobt ailroad combines of tho age. It now ransplres that the agreement of the association was signed In New York on September 4 by the presidents of tho ines which are interested, of which the >rincipal magnates are Jay Gould, C. P. Huntington and Allan Manvol. The association includes all the steam- ship lines plying between New York nd New Orleans, Gaivcston and other western ports on the Gulf of Mexico, as .veil as all of the largo railroad systems n the Southwest- The new association will absolutely control the rate malciiijf >ower so far as riU-19 from Now York and tho as well as from the to the Souihwi'st, are concerned. A FIEXmSH CU13IK. Snprctnacy AMnreri. JACKSOS, Miss., Sept. Two seo tions of tbc report of tbc franchise com raittcc wore adopted yesterday. One L an ordinance providing for holding eloc tions between January 10, 1S91, and Jan nary 1, ISM, when the franchise articl of the new constitution is to go into of feot The other section provides for Senate composed of 45 members and Flouse of Representatives of 133 mom bers, which by ingenious gerrymander ing assures whito supremacy in bot! hc-usos. __ Conductors' ConTcntlon. Torino. O.. Sept. Tho Intema tional Brotherhood of Railroad Conduc tors spent most of Friday in consider Ing the secret work of the order. It practically decided that Toledo will b< selected for the headqnartcrs of the or der and that Grand Chief Conducto Goorge W. Howard will bo rt-olected. for Crookul Work. MINNEAPOLIS. Minn.. Sept. United States jrrand jory spent Frida in listening to the evidc-nco ia the Mia neapolis censos cases. Nineteen indict- merits were returned against Minneapo- lis and St. PatsI parties. Their names are not known, but the arrests will made to-day._______ PITTTOCBOTT. Sept. 20.-Vice Prcs'.dca Tamer, of the United Mine Corker of America, was yesterday Irwln atation on Pennsyrania rail road. Do is charged by the Westmore- land Coal Company with trespassing Bail was farniahed forTmrner's appear MlCft. Sept OXAHJL, Scboer was arrmted fart mlg ht at Paw atl' tanpoMd to reallj Arthur Ecdnwrt, wfio U Moused of tb r. the Criminal Court Marr "s> about tho recent Carroll- fight. He to the Sjrbt ar.d i Tiolatfti tc indict cerned and tbcsi the cos- XE-JT YORK. 20. A froai the Cllj of says: ibiaff is qa Set now. The ofS-v-rs isd aea of the tired of and with aatis- the hare te Tex.. part of the insane was de- stroyed Vr f.re aijrbt. rtatients WDO aslwp ia bunted were witt diOcsUy. THUGS AT WOKK.. A Upon Marshal Rb-tV-- of CATTOX, 0., Sopt tnpn mndo a murderous assault marshal Roberts, of Louisville, at o'clock Friday morning, while passing. Tony on Main assailants were secreted beMiivi a hul-- lotin board, and ns the marshal (sprang out, dealing him a blow in head with a blunt instrument, cutting s. deep gash. fell to tho striking the otbor of his head OR -SK. stone step, cutting another gush. lay half en hour before discovort1 d. v, aor. parties rarrlod him !n a still an- conscioxis condition, be i? now His injuries, tVut_rh serious, ar.- not thought to bo fat-'.l. Tho are suspected and arrest-; will follow. KKIIi COUNTY'S FAIU. J'ini- IMHplny of Airrlcnlturiil I'rn-.lu, t....; >k Attonitii'ico. SANDUSKY, Sept. is the unanimous opinion of who have attemlod tho Erie fah- this year. As is well known, tho fair grounds aro among t.he besr, in Northsm Ohio, the oxniwition buildings AT- ricultural Ikvll beinsr permanent, !ia.r.fi- somo structares, while tho raco track iff almost perfect. The crowds that xtr tended tbo fair wore and p; dsvsinjj. to tho managomfcnt and There have been no flies on Erie OcuriTy farmers'during the paat yor.r, anl Tr.-. I? fine exhibitions of agricultural'prodncsa- they ought to coauii ol attraction. Oitmpboll Halt. CoTATMnus. Sopt managors of the ponitentriarv has re- ceived a letter from Governor calling attention to thn larqxi numborirf." pardons boinc granti-d and criticisijijj thoro for permitting tho parolo- of L-.H-. TTouk, tho tbroo-cnrti man. The Governor atntoa that t.bi Governors, including himself, roiusii-ti to pardon Uouk, und his reasons lor fusing arc now on file in tho oltlco. _______________ Olrl rHg-htfiilty In.fnrrd. UPPKTI S.VNPtfKY. 0., Sopt tho fair grounds Friday afternoon Ilndden, aged thirteen, while passing through the machinery department vra.s. caught tip by ono of thn lnr.io bolts niV-S" drawn Into the machinery, whero rocolved frightful Injuries. Her clott- ing was torn into shreds before sho tr.'.-y- rescued. Sbo has slnco romainod scious and llttlo hope Is entortainod tar. hor recovery. Hflf Grovi- With ICosor.. 0.. Sopt un- usual sight was witni-sseJ at tho of Miss Margaret Keifor, only daughts-r- of fx-Speakoi J. Warrfn Keifor, of tM--. city. A of young lady frlen-ii-i wont to Ferncliff Ceiooterv und lined, i'f. throughout with rosns. The body borne to tho grave by tbo throe of the deceased and immediate connections. Attempt IVrnck a Train. O., Sept. floniisv rittcmpt mad1) Thursday wreck the Cincinnati, Saridusky Cievt-.- land passenger train of twelve cars rc- from thf. St.ato fair and with Ton ties wore p'.K-r on the track between London and 'Llllr- Tho engine jtruck ai: badly damaged, but kept the trucic. Xo clue.________________ Standard CM) Rcflnpry .Scnrcfujrt. LIMA, Srspt. 20. one Friday morning firo broko our, in t'.'-. Standanl Oil Corn pan y't iriimrTKC1 r--- flnery. Tho flames spro.vl very rr.u! :'i-- and threat.onwl the destrurcion ot nntire plant before th'jy undr-r control. Itoth the- boiler f-hop blacksmith ?bnp worn to'-nlly and tho other b'.iiMi'iy? L'p Fi'ur. 0.. Pipt A. man. attorney of th1; Cincinnati. Sar; dusky Cleveland road, said returning from Boston, that th'- chase of the Cinci-nr.'.i. Kand-.isky A. Cleveland by tbc T.ic Four bad h completed as far as possible by UK- rectors. A meeting of strwkboldr-rs bt l.clu nc-.xt week. T Men. 0., Two on night ontTfi ta-. rf-sid'-r.OC of T'otcr T" T-4, north V ;if.v. and in cash. who Is an old -n-vi. knocked onf- down with a bur ho w.- an-i nnr? Tho houv? rrf: Thcrfr h jrr.'-nt tho H.MH.r.M ;c i-; of Klnt Sept. SX Th" ra5sj at Mi, Sept of plateA at aaral rosnd Bf-ar citr IT. of the targets of J JMTsor plaits, l-r V rv-! by osr xu aaoonaf asij.   

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