Salem Daily News, October 1, 1890

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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1890, Salem, Ohio THE SAI.EM DAILY NEWS. VOL. IL NO. 232. SALEM. OHIO, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1. 1890. TWO CENTS. i 4 GLOSSEU'S FATAL BLUNDER, i Second Day's Session of the Iron and Steel Congress. Number of Instructive Papers Read and Discussed. i The Oe of Klcctricltj a Motive i far Minlnc Hnchla rj Share of Attention. XEW YOKK, Oct. session of the second day of the iron and steel t congress was called to order Tuesday shortly before eleven o'clock. Schioy p. Coxe, of Drifton, Pa., presided in the absence of ex-Mayor Uowitt. Two papers. "The Pnysical and Chemical Equations of the Oearth Procoss." hy H. H Ciinputtll, of Steolton, P.i., a .id "Electric Power Transmission in Min- ing by H. C. Spatildinc. of Boston, were read by title and distrib- uted. Mr. road a few extracts from his pamuhlet, commenting the great and growing' use of as motive for mininsj The discussion of tho subject was opened by the socr-'jtary of the i.ia'.'-intr, Dr. Raymond, lie touched upja tho gradual growth in tho uso of this valu- able and cited many cabos wherii electrical power was used in many of the great mines in tho West Mr. Spauldin? was followed by Mr. J. Douplass, of Now York, who sail that he expected before Ion? to soo a large area of the West irr gated by water brought from isolated pumping stations, operated by electricity from some far-oif point. Mr. Spaulding then told of tbe operation of several hoists in shafts of some ten mines in the West operated by electricity The groat ques- tion of importance with the manufac- turers of electrical mine apparatus was the danger trom powerful currents. If the power transmitted was strotsg enough to do the required work, thero was dan- ger to men working there. While he had never seen men killed hy electric wires in mines, ho had seen a number of mules knocked over by coming in con- tact with the wires in. the tunnelt. He also explained how drills were operated by electric currents. A paper on "Water Gas in by E. Bias, of Germany, was read by title and distributed; also a paper on the treatment of oroa at the Comstock mine, Nevada, by A, D. Hodges, of Boston, and some notes on "The Excavation of the New York by J. P. Carson, of New York. Tbe secretary announced that at the close of the congress a beautiful book containing a -complete account of the proceedings of tbe congress and of the excursions would bo presented to every guest. "Notes on Recent Improvements in German Steel Works and Uolltn? Mills" was the title of an Interesting paper read by "R. M. Dalian, of Dusseldorf, Germany. That portion of it relating to the introduction of soaking pita ia Bteol works attracted oonsiderable at- tention. The advantages and disad- vantages of these pita were discussed at length by Mr. Hunt, of Chicago; Mr. Holloway and Mr. Durfee. They said that the trials of -the pita in this coun- try had been failures, and that the sys- tem would have to be more thoroughly understood by tke steel men of this country before it would be adopted. Mr. Durfee thought that tho labor or- ganisations might have had something to do with the failnro of the pits, as if thoy had boon a SGCCOSS it would have dispensed with a number of men. A paper on "Machinery for tao Charging of Heating and Molting Furnaces'1" was read by S.' F. Wellman. of Thurlow, Pa. 3pyi-.iTnr ulted iu t.ie T'.in-o Lives U Ar- rested. EASTO.V, Pa Oct. Glosser, day operator at v.-as arrestsd Tuesday on tho charge of cr.uscd by his negiijror.ee tliu wrec v. the Jur- sey Central Mo.i-diy aigct, by which throe lost their lives. A coal train coniiucr down brobe in t-.vo and was disabled, and thu ir.vesiig-a- tion that led to ai .uot it v, shown that he had rece'voa from the head oifica to hold till at Lo- highton, attor No. 12 p-.-'j M unitl No. 9 cutr.e the u, so :V.r as to run around tho trj.13. Glossor tuc orde.-s, ;o thorn in tho order to inform the night operator, who shortly afterward como on J .u-. uti No. VI train and went to his t Chunk. The coal train followed No. 12 passen- ger train and mot Xo. 9 train on the curve. Both engines came tog-ether with terrific fores in c .doavorinjj to escape from the wr-'-s't ny jirrpii'g Joseph Dunlap, fireman of the passen- ger train; Eiuaer .Mitchell, engineer, and Chiirle? EreuiAn of oho coal train, .vere en- gines and killed. of the pdSiengor train, alho went down with his online, hut was taken out of the wreak severely injured. TARIFF BILL Conference .tcport Approved bj the Senate. Three publicans Voted Against Its .'iviou and the Vote Waa Yeas 33, Xays 27. Aa Ablo Speech by Xr. Cttrlitle In Oppo- sition to 'he Bouse V, t s.or. c' Oct. l tv i Iingation CoctniitWti to cou- -i-'.l confnuing tho pay of 'h. ciuins 10 Seaatora during the --.r-. c yesterday. The coiiferenoo i-f t> f '..riT bill was taken Mr. tho Senate. He would not, l j '.isc-jss economic theory A JHorto.Vi f. Stitlrs for Tnlted to A Dfty's I'rofcs- Orff-ti'lz'itlons. Following aro the scores of Tuesday's games: NATION VI. I.r.AfiTT. At 4, Chicago 0. At 4, Cleveland innings At 1. Pitts- burgh 10. At York 2, Cincin- nati 3. AMltlilPAN ARSori VTIOV. At 2, Columbus 14. At t, Toledo C. At 0, Louis- ville t PLAYEU9' LISAOUK. At 4, Chicago ten innings. At York 8, Cleveland At 7, L At 4, Pitts- burgh 5. Appointed .Tudee Advocate OenerJll. VTASHIVOTOX, Oct I. General W. G. "Veasey, Coininander-ln-Chief, hag just filled one of the most important offices in the A. R. by the appointment of Judge William Loehron as Judge Advo- cate Gunp.ral. Lochren is on the bench at Minneapolis, Minn., and is one of the ablest jurists in tbat State or in airy other, no one standing higher in the Northwest. Judge Lochron is an Irish-American who has taken an active Interest in tho causa of Ireland-, and is a Democrat in A T 0., Ost 1. Sundry a nfw- born baby was found on the Xickcl Plate railroad track near WnrstvUlc.six miles west of bero. Later show .that the mother put tho child on the -track In order that it be killed. Two freight trains passed over the babe without doing it any injury, as it laid too low between tho The mother was arrest-jd yesterday and on her way here died from exposure-. The child is Mill alive. Split In Convention. SORFOTJC. Va.. Oct. L The Republic- an contention of the Second district was in session ail of Tuesday. There was a Split in the convention, and the Norfolk and Elizabeth City toother the contesting delegations fro-n six counties, bolted the convention and nominated C. Vf. Murdaugh. of Portsmouth. The regular convention rer.oTainated Congressman George Bowdea. Who I- G. U. 8. X., retired, died In the Pennsylvania hospital for the ia- ng-ed sixty-cigjt years. Commander Daliw declared a Inca- in 1K4. He was then L Coaraander. TVhiia in the hospital be to the fall rank of COID- Sandc-r and the Goreratnent has ail these years paid bis Wlscnntln Mun 8-rvl'iir I..To Sentence Trtkfs WAUPUW, Wis., Oct. Paul So- (juet, a prisoner in thn penitentiary here, serving a life sentence for the mur- ier of-his wife in 1SSO, has escaped. The escape was made last Sarurciay after- noon, tho fact having been carefully suppressed ur.til yesterday in hopes that the prisoner would be recaptured and publicity avoided. Saturday last, while digging potatoes under tiaines of the persons who furuisned the information upon which he ba-ed his articles. He replied that he was not. and statoil that be had consulted them ana tlu-y had re- fusod to have their names made public. After some further questions had been asked and unsatisfactory ansv.ero the comru'utou adjourned. TOODK Firebug Arrcnte-I. N.vrA, Cal., OcL aged twenty years, the son of a well- known citizen, has been arrested on tbo charge of arson. FlamoiU and another lad Loo HoweU were tho leaders of a gang- of young Urobu'cs. During tbe past two years a number of fires which were undoubtedly of incendiary origin have occurred in the town. The authorities w TO mystified, but finally succeeded in fixing the guilt on Fla- mont and Ho'.voll and their gang. Fla- mont has confessed to firing two build- ings. Itowell has not been arre.stjd. to Penth MT. MoRitis, N. T.. Oct Joslyn, who arrived here from Mt. Cletnens, Mich., to whicb place he re- moved from here several years ago. was assaulted by a gang of roughs in front of the Scoviile House Monday night to death. Four of tbe gang have been arrcstod. Tho murdered man has a wife and two children a; ML Cleicenm.______________ Fonxht Ten MTxrTTAroT.is, Oct McHale, of Philadelphia, and Harry ''ihnore. champion ligalwc-igfatof foiigu; ten rounds before the Twin Ath- letic Club last night for a of S500. to the winner and S200 to loser. At the end of the teath rouad Gil more Kave np the fight, cUiniing that be had injured bis arm. HtoclU Br.meo. ILIOX, N- T.. Oct. r.rc in the Hotsl Daniels in this place at three o'clock Tuesday morning. Ten bu-ir.css i baraed to tbe ground down otben snore or less aged by ftre water before the fames i gotten under control. The loss is S45.000; mostly covered by insurance. he lii I n'.va DONE FOH. FuruiBfs Sirin.llf.d by the AlU-eril Agent of Uurrow Company. SirXKY, O Oct A pi.in represent- ing hi i self .is agent of tho Whipplo Harrow Company, of St. John's, Mich., recently called on (ieorgo F. Burner, of this county, and induced him to place a harrow in his barn for storage, hu to re- ceive a commission if ho sold it. giving a receipt to the alleged ayvnt for the machine. Shortly afterward another agent appnared with a bill for ?25n, showing Bernor's signati.ro to what proved to bo a contract for four harrows, which tho farmer was compelled to pay. James Middloton, of Green township, is to have boon taken in by the same trick. _ SUED HIS GUESTS. Hotel Krepor From n Who Stopped uc HU CANTON, 0., Oct. J. N. Mowery, proprietor of a hotel at Magnetic Springs, bns sued Alfred S. Graham and Annie S. Walker, charging that during the past summer, while gucite at the hotel, the committed adult- ery. This fact becatne known and the plaintiff claims it caused many of his guests to leave tho house, damaging his business in tho sum of 85.000, for which amount ho asks judgment Alfred 8. Graham is a loading citizen, his wifo and daughter moving in the best society In Canton. _ Coiineikiit Orerrun by Thlwvoi. Oct. Many citizens are complaining of the loss of petty articles and it is believed that u gang of thieves have Struck this city. The thefts aro not largo, consisting nrlnclpally of arti- cles which have boen left outsido. An insurance and law office on Main street has lost in the last few months at least 8100 worth of such articles as books, sta- tionery and articles of wearing apparel, the trilof evidently entering while the occupants had loft tho door unlocked. Jllflffttl .Hunt ho I'uld Hack. O., Oct 1. Tho City Council has adopted tho report of the Investigating committee, submitted last week, instructing the clerk to de- mand of the county auditor and treas- urer tho amount at money alleged to have been paid them illegally an foes, and In case of their refusal to comply with the demand within ton days direct- ing tbe city solicitor to bring ui- pany, diod at Wood-Hock, Vt, r-- ly. The prolongation of tiio T ..-7 trial seems to have in joot for Messrs. Dillon sim'. O U. entirely ijivon up hope of trtr> to America. At Cannes, Krinco, a has boon plac' d undor arrL-si in hor possession a number of charts of tho fortress, a-i well plans of othur de- fensive works (if tho placo. Frank M. Sit-rritt, vioo ucJ gonoral tr.t-.-jarer of the has no for Contfr-'ss liv district R-'piihlican convention. Chief Arthur has arrived at cisco for thf> purpose of -vl Soutliorn 1'iic'lfi road nml the oillci'ils of that, ro-jid. Tho 1'roMdout has approved th and Harbor bill and tho joint. authorising tho Secretary of thi> to puivhaso nii'kol ore for ITS tba niivnufucturo of nickel i-tool armor. The of iron and stool workers in tho midland district of England boon reduced five por cont Thcro but sixty iron furnacos now in blast in Scotland, against at Uiia time last your. A riot occurred the otlier day ajjoiuf Rusiiian and Persian laborers in thu har- bor of Novo Rossisk, on tlio Hl.vjk Sea. Tho military wore called inU> aorvlce and repressed tho outbreak with snob merciless severity that suvctitooaoi rioters woro killed or Complaints have recently boon ro- oolvod at the Department of from clttzoos of Santiago, Cuba, charging United States Vice Jamoa Oroad with neglect of duty. Assist, int. Secre- tary Wharton found tho ch.u-jjij-j sus- tained and has ordcrud his. J.isuiijaal from tho sorvlco. Information has reached the massacre by natives of Cant.-.i.i Uod- ley, owner of tho cutter [aabol, oi ll.irt- lepool, together with tho crew of tUo vessel, while engaged in fishing for pearls oft tbe coast of Now Oiiinoa. After tho murdor of all on boari Papuan looto'l -ind cutter. The town of Druja, a pluoo ia- habitantH, in tho govirnmont 01 Vilfj.t, Russia, was dontroyod by flre rmreuiiy. Tho tiro started at midnight and with frightful rapidity, many being awakened from slutnbor o.uy w find thoiosolves Imprisoned iu Choir burning dwellings. A nuiubor of tlic-ia unfortunates were unable to escapw, aud perivhed in the flames. llitu Uecurn l-'r .111 Kil't-. Oct. There was m ic'; at H Ol, light at Slow at yesterday's pi'cei mon to shipping .it f.' and feed-.-rs at ti Te.Tpjia at Weak. lorcrlur 10 choice a: 3.75, lambs ai BcrfALO. Sept. iy Com Sheep -Choice to extra at obolcc Choice to at good to choice rsa-> Dall J atzed comaoa Yorkers a: BAST LIBCRTT. at about off from at Tortmn Morkei i tody at t ;

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