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   Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1890, Salem, Ohio                               THE SAT, DAILY NEW VOL. IL NO. 242. SALE.M. OHIO. MONDAY. OCTOBER 13. 1890. IN A DEATH TRAP. TWO CENTS. Four Victims of Fire cftiro IIoteL iu a Chi- Three Men Burned to a and Woman Fatally Injured. Awakened From Sleep to find House in and Cut Frantic Mother's Awful Leap. CHICAGO, Oct. men lost their lives and a woman was fatally in- jured at a sin-ill fire which occurred saortiy before two o'clock Sunday morn- ing ln J- futnam'.i European Hotel a: Nos. 103 and 10o East Adams street. Tie dead a-e: Edward Paytoa, col- ored, twenty-six years of age, porter of tbo hotel; unknown man apparently about thirty-flve years of age; unknown man. twentv-six years of age, of slight stature. Tne injured are: Mrs. Minnie Robinson, jumped from the fourth story to the sidewalk, legs broken and side crushed. Her injuries are fatal. Tuo Sre was caused by the explosion of a kerosene lamp in tho hall on the fourth floor. The burning oil set fire to the stairway and soon a sheet of flume burst from the rear windows. An alarm wis immediately turned in and a second followed in fivo minutes. The guests of the house were awakened by the noise of the fire engines, and rushed from dent. their rooms to find the hallway filled i DOX some time with dense smoko. The scantily attired programme wnich inmates groped about to find a way of l'onal air'3 escape. were cool-headed er.uugh to resort to the fire escape that down tho front of the building. Those wore mostly men and they got i tlie station and started for Indianapolis. H03IEWAKP BOUND. President UarrUtm'A Reception in D-y la the Capital. ST. Oct Harrt- son arrived in St. Louis Saturday morn- lag. The local committee escorted him to the Chamber of where an enormous crowd had gathered. The vico president of tho exchange, Mr. Bern- hoiTtser, who made a brief speech of welcome. Charles Pa-sous, president of the State Han'; .Uri, i-Hro-luced the Prtv IJoiH. who Is a .short At tho co-.u'h'siun of ih.i puYiic reception the Pre-jiJtiit was driven to tho fair grounds. In the fair iU-> the Secretary .if with groat iin.'ivst Tho party then mule hurdlo raoe. driven down to.vn :o which spans the M in- dents of East St. Lmus had boon notified that they would crivn an opportunity to sue tho Prnsidont on tbo and Its walks u- :i: afk.- v. r'" t the east end of the b Kast St. ico bridge and the 1'n-sidc.nt Tracy were taken to tLO building. As the party Gilmore's band struck up "ILiiL to tho and tho immense anlicac" chsTel tho Thf Pi'e-sidons in his isthmus to a musical included many na- T'IOU he was escorted through the aislej ot tuo main floor, tho gallery an.l tha of tho Expo- buiidin'j. He then to IBE mm SriOCKIXG SUICIDE. A Ynung and j NVvr Yorkar Blovri Oft tho Top of HU Una I A Kansas Texas Train Held Up. Four Robbers Compel Express Messenger to Open His Car, tlit N..w t :-ic bioodod .in T. on ihvy -h; 'inlro >-M. 'l'kr> -eM- Fr. S.-hell !7K That There tii ti.c Sufe They Left Etnptj Vorr, Ark., Oct s'-u' si'ii.hbonnJ passenger and ,V_ Kansas i.. J pulled up to the Osacre trn'c. one mile south of Cry. Mo four stalwart men, w.tb shotguns and revolvers. on the cab of dered t'tK the tr.iin i engine, cov- and fireman and or- ismount. As soon as >ped the colored portir 11. a look at the air- ovored with a revolver out safely. In the hallway, struggling and blinded by the smoke, were several women. Mrs. Robinson, with her child, was IXOIAXAI-OLIS, Oct. IS. President Harrison and party reached this citv Sunday mornuisr- The car in which the party travels v.a.-, placed near the Union amongst them. She became crazed with station and tho occuo-iutb not make fripht and rushing to the window leaped to the pavement Avith her child in her arms. Her body was frightfully man- gled and she was just alive when the patrol wagon took her to the hospital. During her awful flight through the air she held on to the baby and, wonderful to relate, the little one was entirely un- injured. Whoa the mother fell her body acted as a cushion to break the fall for the cbild. At two o'clock the fire was under con- trol and the firemen began a search of the house. In a room on the fourth floor Edward Payton. the colored porter of the hotel, was found burned 50 a crisp. The search was continued and tae Bremen soon found in another room on the same floor the charred bodies ot Th.' 'Iron- .n '-ii1 rtfir were quartered be.sido iho tr'.HI guarded, lost they arouao passengers. The -r v.-ds marched to the door of tho express car and compelled to call the messenger to open the door. The mes- senger, recognizing the engineer's voice, opouird the door and was promptly cov- ered by a revolver and ordered to hand over his money. Ho replied that the train did not carry any money, and that be did not have any himself. Tho rob- bers aeemod to be satisfied that he told the truth, and, without entering the esr, allowed the train to proceed. When tho train arrivpd hero the messenger handed to thr- local agent the money packages be had, shoving that there was no robbery. YOISK, Oct Walter Ker- noc'ian, a wealthy young clubman, com- mitttr d suicide in his room in the Delta i Vv'est Troy, X. Y. LATEST NEWS ITEMS. try ToVgr.ijih Troiu all PaiU ol Etu-th. MOSlJAV, OLloliKli 13. Kiernan, the alleged train has been discharged from custody at clde tociatlon M -rl-. -ity of to :ttvl As. C'ni Club Sunday morning, by blowing off the top of his bead with a revolver. KciuucLaii returned to tho club, where ho resided, about midnight Saturday night, having- spent the evening in making social calls. Shortly afterward he retired to his room. At five o'clock the policeman patrolling the beat in front of the club house heard a pistol shot ami at once sought admittance to the club. Several of Kernochan's club- mates, wLo hke uinisrlf occupied apart- its in the building, also heard the shot all ru'hpil f.o Kernochun's room. The dead body of the young man, still clad in the full dress suit ho wore when he came into the club at and night, wa-s found r.oross the bod. Kornochan was twenty-two years of asro and three years aco inherited a large fortune from his father, A. Kerno.'han, a well known eapkiihit of Pittstioid, Of late young has been a hypo cbondnac. Ho imagined himself af- flicted with numerous physical ailments and has employed several doctors tc treat him. Ilo loft no letter to irive a cluu to the cause of the deed. Some of his friends say ho has lately been troubled which may have affected his mind. .T ay nos N. Habcock, of La G range County, has boon nominated for Con- ffress by tho Republican convention c! tho Twelfth Indiana district. Fire in a saloon 'ho Goucher bricVi block at La 1., the other d.ij destroyed the block and several pu'ns IJyrne in.l Mr. I'.ir-ons met bore Situr- day night and ma-lo an agroenvnt to govern tho coming champion- ship It was agived to play a series of not oxi-eod in number. It was also understood that the club winning a majority of s-jch OnM world's rhp-n- THEUJ HO AT CAPSIZED. Five Mon Drowned in the ttlver Near Ki-ikors, X. ,1. two unknown men who had been caught in the trap and burned to death. totalloss on building and contents will not exceed Mrs. Robinson died at the County Hospital from the injuries she received. in jumping from the window in. her room. The two unknown men wh o were burned to death were identified aa T. B. Dowler, of New Orleans, and Kirk Salms, of Calumet, Mich. Dowler was a professional gymnast and formerly a teacher of athletics in New Orleans. Of Salms little is known, but he was sup- posed to be a traveling salesman. The Story of iilllon and O'Brien's Escape. NEW YORK, Oct. Among the pas- sengers on the steamer Alaska, which arrived here was T. P. Gill, M. P-, who comes here to make prepara- tions for tho American tour of Messrs. Dillon .and O'Brion. Concerning the disappearance from Ireland of Dffllon and O'lJrien, Mr. Gill said that tbo charge against them having been Brought and their trial delayed solely for the purpose of preventing thoircom- mg to America, they resolved to come Accordingly they left Another or no. m a yacht "belonging to a prominent member of Parliament and made their to whence they will suil for .NOW- (irk, arriving here probably nezt Sunday. A Gay Deceiver in Trouble. ERIE, Pa., Oct A few months ago John B-adenburg, a well-to-do mer- chant, V.-OB the affections of Miss Ida their wedding day was "d. ttradonburg assisted in the prepa- rations for the wedding, but when tho hour approached he did not materialize. A'ter months of waiting the n Bridegroom Wa3 wife and seven children in the vicinity of Lancaster. Tho condition of tho wotiM- led to his prosecution and on ne was brought to Eric and Killed in Colluuon. GN, I1L, Oct. As an Illi- nois Central train wtis nearing Tdoraat- wo on Saturday the engineer discor- thai his train was broken in two. t later the rear section dashed section, demolishing cars. Two tramps in a car of -cre killed. hj x.v-ri, Oct. 13. -John Turner, ermasalooa and hotel ovned Kariege in Idlewild. a suburb nnati, shot and killed Andrew boarder at tbo hotel, Satur- The canse of the murder iwrel. Tomer was ar- now i T-r X, Gallty to EtoiftMulcneiit. Set. postal uiltj ia the tarday to erobei- Juopev orders and -Kill re- an3 TTlii of wVo? tbis He the son prominent men in the oag iaSaeace is beiny brooght to sentence made easy. A their appearance until At j that hour J-It MeKee, the President's I son-in-law, accompanied by Mrs. McKoe and other relatives ar.i c-n-n o the station and all wore warmly preeteiL The President was driven to tho resi- dence of tbo McKeos, where the day was spent UOYAL Rf.Ciii'TION To be Tendered ForeUu by Chicago Oct. elaborate pro- gramme has boon for tho en- tertainment of the uiombers of tho Iron and Steel Insuuure and tfte Verein Deutschor Ingenieure who are to ar- rive here this morning. Tnev will be met at tbe station by the reception com- ir.itt -.'.-v-o will tho-r> th" r- rious hotels where quarters have al- ready been bespoken. At o'clock Mayor Crogier will formally welcome tho visitors, the ceremony to ta'ce pUioo in the Palmer Hoiv-e. After the rec-.-p- tion the visitors will be driven to the Washington Park club hocso, where luncheon will bo served. On their re- torn to the city ,n of the pu- lice patrol and flre deparfcraoats will be given on tho lake front. To close the day the guests will be tandered a tiou at the Auditorium Hotel in the evening. BANKERS' WIVES IN JAIL. Arrest of Two Women "Who Chariot! TVith Kcoeiving of Stolen FantN. Xr.iv YOIIIC, Oct Cornelia Miller and Priscilla Field were arrcstel Satur- day afternoon. A British consulate offi- cial applied for and received from Uni- ted States Commissioner Shields a War- rant of extradition against This warrant charges the womon with receiving stolon property amounting to The particulars however, withhold by the authorities Froi.i counsel lor tho women it was learned that they aro the wives of London bank- ers styled Fields Co., -.rho f.iili-d a: month ago with liabilities amounting to DISOBEYED THli EDICT. Veteran! St Louis ontcprs to hr Suftyeudei of the Son< of for lluuorius ST. Mo., Oc-t 11. J. Kline, Colonel of the Missouri division of the Sons of Veterans, on Fi iday telegraphed thn in St. Louis that under no conditions should they turn out as an organization to President Harri- son upon his arrival in that city. His commands ware disobevod and he now announces that the officers refusing to recognL.e onlurs will at once be sus- pended. Colonel Kiiue is a Republican, but he say j that the organization of which ho is Colonol is non-political and that if such things are allowed chaos in tbe order will bo the result On the other hand the St Lxvuls ollicials claim that their acts were not political and' that they turned out simply as one of the grertt organizations of t.he country to pay their respects ro its Chief Execu- tive. They will appeal to the Com- mandur-in-Chiof. Tho women aro said to have come to this country with funds which should properly have been aapli ;d to the liquidation of a portion of thr- debts of tho insolvent INCKNOIAKIKS IN HOC. Etcitomont Canned by Arrant of Two Flrnt.UKs. BRYAN, 0., Oct incendiary fire occurred at Waldron, inch., on May 6. Detectives have been on tho track Since. A reward of was offered by the Board of Underwriters and also other rewards. George Smith, a worthless character, was arrested at Waldron Sat- urday by deputy Converse, of Ihllsdale, who wired sheriff Burgerin here to Uke W. T) Baily, of Waldron, the principal in the affair Tho evidence seems to bo conclusive. There are letters by Baily concerning the payment of money to Smith for tho job. Baily is a general stort-kc-up-jr at Wa'.dron. Tho building was saturated with gasoline. There was birr excitement at the time and since. The people aro wild over the arrosts. S-.vltrlim-n CnnhcVl to ST. Lori--. Oct. Ingraharn and John Livingston, switchmen in th employ of tbe Bridge and Tunnel Com- pany, on Saturday riding through Ruidi-rs' Vsit in CAMSTOOA, Cal., Oct. the Bradford quicksilver mine in Lake County, cn-.-n'-ii rnaskod mnn raided sa'oon kept by Steven Kicb and the raiders enlcrod the shooting bcjan and Mrs. Rich was fatally wound'd. Pdch was v.-ouudod and McGuiro, one of the raiJerb, -.vas shot dead. They Will Wed. SYRACUSE, X, Y.. Oct. en- pagcmont of Miss Winnie Davis, the "daughter of the to Alfred Wilkinson, of this-city, whirh v.-as .an- nounced loss than six months igo and which created so great a surprise in all parts of the country, has been broken. Intimate frionda assign as the causo the ili-hcakh of the young lady. Championship Presented. 5TON-. Oct 3.000 Dcrsons were at tho Brotherhood ball prounci-i Saturday when the championship pen- nant was presented to the Boston clab. th-j tunnel on tho forward part of an engine. When within 200 yards of tbe mouth of the tunnel i.iie locomotive crashed into the rear end of engine No. 2ii, which was backing through the tun- neL Ingraham and Livingston woro crushed into a shapeless mass -between tho engines. Shot His Sweetheart and Suicided. la., Oct Augast a prominent yotrng farmer of Franklin township, went to the homo of bis sweetheart, Lucy Boogetnann, Sat- urday and asked her to marry him. She refused and he shot her in the breast and instantly blew his own brains out Hopes are entertained for tbo young lady's recovery. The joanff man for some timo has been madly in love, but his affection was not reciprocated. A COUTMBOR, 0-, afternoon while to Oct a number of insane patients at the Central Asylum were released from their wards, oae of Frank Kessler, aged forty-two. from the roof, seventy feet to tbe below, crushing himself so that be bet a few In bis fall he Colonel Taylor made tbs presentation injured speech, complimeatiny tbe team upon their work daring the season. Miks tvelly receircd the fJagand iznmodiatelT patient, Joseph H. Rcnncr, but fatally. no: A, 1C. Five persons were drowned in tho river near tho sluice and the Knickerbocker ico houses at this place Sunday by the capsizing of a boat. Tho names of those drowned aro: Solomon, John and Angclo Fletch- er, brothers: Choafus Morry and Alonzo Cannon. All fivo lived hero and wcro employed at Dobbins' brickyard. The men were bringing twenty-throe large pilings, each about fourteen foet lony, from Silver Liko ice house in an opon boat with a single sail. In attempting to make land between tho ice houses the bowsprit of the boat struck one of tho dotfs of the former. The shock and tho swift current of the waters of tbe sluice caused the boat to careen and the hoavy pilings to shift to one sido. overturning the craft Tho mon sank at onco and the attempts made to save their lives by onlookers were un- availing. HEATED POLITICS. Interest In the McKlnloy-Warwick Con- lout Prominent Speakers to "St.im.o Hto D.srrlot. CAXTOX, 0., Oct Sixteenth District Congressional contest assumes greater interest President Harrison, en route from Indianapolis to Washing- ton, -A ill make stops for receptions at Wooster, Orrviilo and Canton. These points are along tho Fort Wayno line ol tbe Pennsylvania system in Wayno and Stark counties, which, with Holmes and Medina, comprise the McICinley-War- wick battle-ground. At Canton the President will stop twenty-five minutes and make an address from a temporary stand to be erected. Secretary Blaine is announced for a speech in Canton on the 25th- Speaker Rood will be here on tho 17th and Governor Hill soon after. O'Crlrii anil IXIlon. Oct. detectives patroilod the harbor Sunday in boats, and searched all tbe tug.s an tenders with passengers for tha stoam ers Urnbria and Wisconsin aboard Mail trains arriving from Cork wore als searched. It ib evident that the author itiesdonot think .Messrs. an. Dillon havu yet succeeded in loavin: the country and hope to intercept thorr: The steamships havo also boon thor curtly searched. H Fulling Trn Oct mon wore in jured. two of them quite seriously, a the works of tho Illinois Steel Conjpan ytjstorday. of mon woro rais ing a huge iron truss when the guy pol snapped in two and the truss foil to th ly a angled. Pawl Zjjre.svn.ue, 0., Oct. 13. borse at> to ran away on Mala street Saturday. It dashed onto a ed sidewalk and ran over a num- ber of people, Williact rer and fatally IB ja ring Mrs. Udij caped frotn tbe soutb cell tier by apart the bars of the cage. The were taking :heir exercise in tbo corri- dor when, bv to top of tbcir ejrft J below and rashed out to liberty. of them -were BALTIJIORE, Jobn E. Tjgert was bnraed water's edge Sunday for repairs and at ao early to ttxs bad laid mm to be m thoir homes after tbe meeting and it i beJioved asatter will bo sr-ferrcd t the IJrotberbood for Th' anaaai convention of tbe Krotherbooi of Engineers wiij be held ia Pittsburgh. A Bud Wreck. MIJWEAI-OLIJI, Mian., Oct A stock train and a section traia collided ycstcr- daj near Lako City, Mina., on tbe Mil- waukee wcnre killed, the easnacs wrecked and oomdnctor Will Day and fireman Chamberlain, of j-jred. The stock WM J and thU Dr. KocorcU Ilrokou WASIII.NOTOJJ, Oct third an- nual mooting of tho Amitour Athletic Union, tho most important gathering of its kind over bold in took place Saturday at Analoitoa island, on the Potomac river, and successful in every respect The weather was per- fect and several woro brukun. THE MARKETS. Gruiu UIM! Provision. NEW YOIIK. uct. ut3pot cent. closed steady. Postc'l rates 487, c'.us! r.itf? JSI'4 for Mity dij'i und j3 for (iemund. Govtrument Imnda stoiidy Curroni-y Os 113; Is, coupon, ul coupon, at CLBVELA.ND, Oct tna at MmtiPMil.1 patent at Minnesoln spring at 51 2 rt-! lit 51 ill. No. 3 red at97c 2 oilxed at Sic, NTo. 2 yellow at 57c. 2 mixed :a ;3c, No. 2 white at 45c, No. wblto lit Itc. ereamc-ry :it2Tic. (lalry ;it I'Sc. York at !0c, Ohio at 9c. irbanks per busbd. his own rpijK.nst was 1 tho of ihc car. 1C lj .1 the door nnd before him ho to tho plii'. from t.ho train, at tho rate of fiftv tnil-s o wilk in j n.n n tl.l wach form and mov- an uour. Tho f n was stopped as soon as pos- sible and Wolcott founl his lying Insensible :iloag.-..do iho road. DIED O .Til 2: Dollnr by ihc- CoJ. lupsn of .1 Two ll.-n Annlhor Injnrcil. COUJMHUS, 0., Oct. Saturday af- ternoon a tornblo occunci in the engine room of 1'. Il-ivdnn's rolling mill. The roof collupM-- 1 im-.nodiatoly aftcrwnrd and tlnec ni -a uenj Cii'Jtrht in the wreck. Tho w.ir'c of reacuo be- gan imniodlatoly. John MoXornoy tftken out with most of bon-jsbrukeu and lived but n few minutes. S. D. Mil- was found still alive, lyintr In tho of tho furnnco. terribly crushed and burned. Firo was all about him and he in hor-ih'n Hafo Frootnan, tbo third victim, was badly, but it is not thought scalded. '-I, Ml by the Ainocla- of Following aro the results of Satur- day's contorts: A.MEIIICAK At 4, I'altiiaoro 8. At -I, Columbus 7. At Louis 1, lu. At 1C, Ath- letics 1. Second a SITM'AY ClAJir.1. At 0. Columbus rt. At Louis 7, Louisville NEW YORK, Oct glcady. Fine at Vt city mill extra a and 0. superfine at oytrn nt Weak. No. 2 red vrjnt T n.: do October at Nnvcmhcr nt 21.U.V, No 2 rnijtyd ot Oc-Vjlc r lit 5fA.ic. Nov taber No red at at r.Vic- 25. nt KM. Dercmhor a: :o.j7. owamery fancy at 23c. Sat at Vf, choice at 23c. CHICAGO, Oct. M mt at ft December at f ri.95. at Vi at Yj.f) December at I5.57H. Tor.moo. Oct and lower Heavy at 4 extra sb a: in. nv.-ckerg asJ as W. cows aad hills Ji Tex.ms Nctjro Vornin.'itefl f Va., Oct. n Tho orod Protfctivo Lc.iguo th') Eig-htli district, of Virginia mot hero Saturday for the purpose of naming :i Republican candidate for Cmsros'i. A. Carter, of Alexandria City, nated unanimously. The candidate was tho last colored jurta-p of election who held oi'.icfi in t.hiscitv. Tho political flffhtin the Eighth district v.-iU be botwoen fJenoral W If. Loo, re ,7 ilar Democratic nominen, and presen'. jrossman: Frank TJcmocrat, and William A. Carter, Re- publican. Swindler fonii-ii !o OrlcT. MAIUON-, Ind., Oct. Saturd.iv tho sLuriiFof I'lyruouth, Jud., arrestuu on a charge of fraud. Will- iams carno hero Plyu Wednesday anil tho of tho Chi inadf tho arrfnt year .vo. 'h it ing in l the prococda and Liiu of S3, 000. stn i.n'j .'-iit'ja If Loan and fn- T'.f. -f.r. -..so 'fs that Will -ib >vf, company i i-> bcofi i- that in tbis way ho of Indiana, out Steady, at Qaiet mt 4lc. Oct. raized and at y. O.-rarooa cboice Oct 3J. VcrSers at !-i r. awn EA.TT LiMlirrr. Od 11. ed Torkers M Oct. Dull. Cl fair food at at ROJ do tatcbcn M Mri J iidlftrj. .MonL. Oct Early Sun- day morning Ilernifin SchiiH.% of the Thomas mill, attempted to Nelson Story's rr.HI, in order t-o competition. Ho was discovered, but es- caped and the Sre was extinguished. Lat'jr co'n-nitted suicid" x r bancinir with a handkerchief frocj '.ne of a freight car. ftumuK liur.-rd. uct. i-uiow A- H.jrsy'd roiling coaipioicJy -i by fire Saturday, throwing o-JO woa yui of work. The nail works escaped, they will be inoperative. woro drawn from the rolling milL Fire- man O'Rourke and three workmen were faaJly hurt. Loss in5T2red- LIMA, O., Oct. Jobn Schaffer reled with bis sVspfathor, SchafTor, Satarday and down. The fatter, -sfhile dowr., p-..''.--! a revolver and shot John in the breast, inflicting a probably- fatal ihen j-uHca bis rcvolrer and twice, killing him instantly. Powder Mill WrUUCSBARRE. Oct mill connected with the works at Wapwallopon. sovca nllw below Shlcksiilnny. exploded from eonae uuknow-r.caisc. injurtd. Tbt> U H: 1 I: Ji 1 n I i i! c- i   

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