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   Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1890, Salem, Ohio                               THE SALEM DAILY NEWS. VOL. II. NO. 245. SALEM. OHIO, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16. 1890. TWO CENTS. CRAZED BY CHIEF. A TTommn Her Chil-'rrn and H.r Who Becomes In ST. Lot is, Oct On October S Mra. Mary Brennan, ft St. Louis woman, burg. W. Va., and fled to tbe woods. Sbe was the wife of John Brennan, of Leland Hotel at Syracuse, S. Y., tit. Louis, and in a fit of dementia ran Completely Destroyed. Believed That More Than a Score of Guests Perished. away frotn her husband, taking their seven children with her. she jumped from the train she was on her way to Bethlehem, Pa., where she has a brother. The children were taken in charge and forwarded to their destina- tion. They told a Story to the effect that the father's cruelty had driven the Speculation as to Justice Successor. Attorney General Milter to be'Almost Certain of Ap- pointment. In a Magnificent Structure Which Bon.ed Ti.i.lcr, Shutting OB All j mother crazy. Two of the little boys SIKACUSE, N. Y., Oct. Leland became insane. Hotel burned last nigbL It is the larg-} On Tuesday the police found John est hotel in Central Sew York. Tho Brennan a ravinp maniac in his home Sre. which started in the kitchen, j on Michigan avenue. lie was very vio- ipread by means of tho elevator well, lent and was only secured after a fiorco struggle. He was sent to an asylum. Just after ho had been placed in con- finement the chief of police received a telegram stating that Mrs. Brennan had Mnit'oned ta Convention of the Brotherhood In Pittsburgh. Preliminary Work Occupies the Dele- gates the Firat which was near the stairway, and so all; means of escape were cut oil and thosa in the upper stories were compelled to I iump. The dork of the hotel began j sending in the alarm by telephone, but' tbe flames spread so rapidly that ho was driven trom the instruuK'ut and corn- pelled to jump to save his own life. Tho it was told to him. _ -n ___________ been found, was in good hands, and in her right mind, but the husband could not comprehend tho good news when firemen saved many lives. Kothing is left of the building save the elevator shaft and the chimney. i Within fifteen Dunutas alter the blaao was fi'.st discovered the entire building j was wrapped in flames. It was impossi-1 ble for the quests to escape. The scene one of the wildest confusion and K1OT AT A WEDDING. Eleven of Urer Get in their VForfc mnd Severn! PolUh Miners are Fatally Wounrtr I. Pol- ish family living nine miles from here recently celebrated the wedding of people were to be seen at tbe windows on every floor shrieking frantically for help which could not iMMfiven them. Many were seen to fall back into tbe flames, fainting and exhausted, whilo others burlod themselves from the win- dows, meeting death' on the pavement Many who escaped from tho lower stories will die from tho effects ot their injuries, occasioned by the flames and portions of tho falling walls. A. hotel has been entire- ly Tbe fire' i's now under control. The fire started at a. m., and in thirty minutes afterward tha building was entirely enveloped in flames. The numbai1' of killed is esti- mated at twenty-five. Among those in, jured is Cora Tanner, tbo actress, who was severely burned. She escaped by sliding 'down a rope. She was playing the Orand Opera House and bad ft room in the hotel. Most of those killed were on tho fourth and fifth stories. Tho total loss will reach half a million dollas. Prank Casey, of Glen's Falls, N. Y., and Emil Forbes, a proroinen brewer of Syracuse, are among the dead. A TtUPLE .TRAGEDY. A Husband's Jentonsr Results in the Death of Mother, Father and Child. PERTH A.MBOY, N. J., Oct. some time past Gader Showdash has made aecusations of infidelity against his wife, which seem to have been groundless, and the couple have quar- reled bitterly. On Tuesday Showdash. renewed his accusations and after tho ensuing quarrel left home. Wednesday morning tbe woman soaked the heads of matches in water and swallowed the poison, dying soon afterwards in great agony. When Showiasb. returned to his house and found his wife dead be pro- cured a revolver and shot and killed himself. During the excitement caused by the tragedy the young babe of tho couple was forgotten, but when search was made, it too was found dead. It is presumed that Mrs, Showdash gavo some of the poison to the child. Throe v.lners Crushed to Death, HAZLKTOX. Pa., Oct Phil- lips was instantly killed by a fall of coal in the mines at Auuenrk-d yester- day morning. A few hoars later Peter Eadmaa and John Klowitskl, two Hungarians, were buriod under a mass of rock and crushed to a jelly in tha same mineff Klowitski's sweetheart telegraphed him Tuesday from New- York to come anj briny her to Audea- reid. It was his intention to go to York for her to-day and marry her there. their daughter and invited the Polish miners for miles around. To celebrate the event the family laid in eleven kegs of beer. In less than half an hour after the wedding ceremony one Dombrowsky made a slightin-j rem i-k about tbe bride and a fight was on at once. Dom- browsky drew a knife and in tbe melee that followed Tony Kosobotsky was stabbed in tho abdomen and will dio and one other Pole was badly hurt, while the bridegroom was brutally kicked and pounded. The fight lasted half the night until the crowd was worn out. Four Poles are now locked up for their part in the af- fair. Kosobotsky is still alive, but can not recover, and tbe bridpgroom is so badly hurt that he can not recover. TWICE KIDNAPED. Senaatlonnl Abdartion of A Child from Sequel to an Unhappy YOUK, Oct. Justice Pratt, ol the Supreme Court, has granted a tem- porary injunction on tho application ol Duncan Cameron against all tbe officers and trustees of "tbo sugar trust, restrain- ing them from parting any" of the stock of the individual companies com- posing the tr.ust The court also enjoins Kidder, Peabody Co. from proceeding with their plans of reorganization ol the wust. _ _ _ Conld Ttot Bribe Ctmtnmt NEW YOV.K, Oct S. Goldstein, of St Louis, who arrived yesterday on the steamer Ems, bad worth of pipes and cigarette boiders confiscated by the' customs authorities. While the inspec- tor examining bis trunks Goldstein gave a sum of money to one of them, with the rorcark: "Sly wife is sick; burr T me through." The manouvro did not. however, save his goods from seiz- nra HOUSTON, Tex., Oct sensational kidnaping case occurred hero Tuesday. About three voars a .TO, in St. Louis, the kidnaped child. Celeste Guinea, was taken from her mother by Colonel Will Gaines, late proprietor of 'the Austin Statesman. Gaines bad married a Miss Evans, of St. Louis, but after tv.-o of married life tho couplo separated. Gaines came to Texas and bis duughtei was kidnaped and taken to him. Tues- day while the child was out for a walk, a back drove up. A woman, beavilj veiled, alighted, and without a word oi warning seized tho child, placed it in the carriage and drove oil at a rapid rate. Tho police were notified, but have not yet discovered any trace of the child. Church Wind Up in a Battle. Owixosvir.UE, Ky., Oct. vras a disgraceful row at Peas tick's church, tbrr-e miles east of this place, at the conclusion of the services Tues- day night, which resulted in the shoot- ing and ncnnding of two innocent by- Elizur and John Collins quarreled and pistols were drawn. Goodpastcr fired and tbe shot hit a young man named Jesse Sexton. Tho shot took effect in the nock and in- flicted a serious wound. The firing then became general and Mace Goodpastoi was shot in the arm and shoulder. NEW YOKK, Oct E. Brown, a passengor arrived from Franco on the steainer La Gascognc, had among her bag-gape a trunk containing dresses, switches cf ht'rnan hi'r and many other dutiable article.-.. An inspector searched Mrs. J'.rown aud iound on nor person several switches of humun hair, which fact seemed to indicate that she bad bought tho goods to soil in her hair dressor estiiblistiiuont in Philadelphia. Wulle Avowed -Oct. Even before Justice Miller is buried there much speculation as to who will be nominated to fill tho now racant and heavily draped chair bo but lately occupied on the Supreme bonca. First among the names mentioned in connection with this honorable and responsible position is that of Attorney General to him the rjajority of politioal gossips have awarded the place. Ho but nar- rowly escaped appointment when the prize was given to Judge Brower, and udis time it is believed bo will certainly havo conferred upon him tho authority to wear a flowing silk gown. Judfre Grcshaiti's friends havo not boon slow to push the claims of their idol, and many politicians who are not dis- posed to favor Groshaoa think it would be good policy to appoint him, for suoh an act would shelve a very promising obstruction to Harrison's renominatloQ in 1S92. It is believed, however, that Greshaui's chance for the vacancy now under consideration is too small to at- tract any degree of attention. Wednesday afternoon another name was projected into the field, and W its proprietor will only allow it to remain there Mr. Miller's show for beoominf Justice Miller will be lessened several per cent The latest arrival is Secre- tary Noblo, and his friends are in earn- est whnn they suy he is a candidate. Personally Geaoral Noble as well liked by tbe President as is Mr. Miller, and it is believed that the Missouri and kindred influence which will gather to tho support of Noble will more than outweigh the advantages of personal as- sociation which aro possessed by the Attorney General. No appointment will be made until Congress reassembles in December, for no man would care to sit on tbo Supreme bench before Sena- torial confirmation mado his and election sure. ESCAPED LYNCHING. Close Cull for Who the of Pmrdoft. MONTGOMRKY, Minn.. Oct. tempt wan mado here So lynch Thomas O'Connor. Two weeks ago Governor Merriara pardoned O'Con- nor from tho Stato prison at Stillwater, whore he was serving a life sentence for tbe murder of Harvey Pratt, hia nephew, at Le Suitro Center. Tbe Governor placed tbe provision in tbo pardon that tbo prisoner should Immediately leave the State, never to return. He went to Iowa, but returned to Lo Soure County Monday night. Pratt's friends organized to hang O'Connor, upon 'learning which officers seized him and hurried him away to jail in an adjoining county. It is said that O'Connor will soon be placed behind tho bars at Stillwater, to remain thero tho ro.st of his days. QUMtlon of Affiliating With the tlon of KMlnar to DaclOad PiTTSBuroii. Oct one of tho -15-2 divisions of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers is represented at tbo twenty-seventh annual internation- al convention now in session in Old City Hall in this city. All tbe officers of tho Grand Lodge wore present at tbo open- ing session Wednesday morning and an organization was at once effected. The work of tho credentials committee oc- cupied tbe time of tho convention yes- terday. Tho Ladies' Auxiliary Corps has established headquarters at tbe Central Hotel, Allegheny City. Tho la- dies also held tbeir first nveting Wed- nesday morning and passed upon the credentials of tho delegates. Chauncey M. Depow, president of tbe New York Central, will address an open session of tbe conven ion in tho Grand Opera House to-day. Tho other speak- ers will bo Lieutenant Governor Davis, of Pennsylvania; Governor Campbell, of Ohio; Major E. A. Montooth, and Grand Chief Arthur. Tbe closing address will be delivered by Bishop Whitohead. of the Episcopal church. Tho regular business sessions of the convention will begin on Friday. Yesterday afternoon Chief Arthur and First Grand Engineer Ingham were in- terviewed, but neither was willing to venture an opinion as to what action tbe convention would take on affiliation with the Federation of Railway Em- ployes. Mr. Arthur said the sentiment was about evenly divided on the matter. When asked how ho regarded  elf c- tlouofunew oT Puultc luiprovcmente and Board of wvie in- terred to their O'-HET Pattison with leave to icpoct M- any tlnio. Messrs. G.iuv.iur unil Sutlou totlug with >hr tn m.ilco Mr. Brown ottered Souutc ctllitM? on tlii' to ui >U imMlc :t wH cli lie mtv Imvc acW o; utPitihir- o? thoCin'-lniwti B P I ohttlo'i itntl'T the Mr r.i'1. In uiMUiii'eof ti.o cajivi-.'.-'. r. .3 u Juint o- lor t'v of u j iinl co.iiin (.MHS -.tiiitro: t r mill thrri. K -ic.itat'.V' IK OOUM r 'In -ub- of mun.ctp il r rui'in .n C'in> :t .u'.', r to iiiuKo a iviKKt oJ tlu- ri'still of t'.u thi> ut its ai'.journod 'ilus> too, went oier on a cotico o' to rtls- CII--.H. Mr oITorcd ;i forth thut tin-luw ynactC'l IHM m.l pro- viding thi-.t "ntitlvi-" ra'tlr :i id shepp- which liiiu1 b tb'i t.n -iuji prinr to lulllns- stin.l hi! for purposes at i ublic iiiqtl'.n'.ioug b cuv, l..t-, ut Ceutial Asyli m -n it the Toloilo Insune A5Vlura. anil iniividinK for the cute tho mutter. Mr Adams r.'i.'" that he inti-ndud to tin' und It. went ovi r. T.u- thon lulniunind. fortnocu sluvrt but the procecd'ngs were moru .snimntc-l yes- Roprescntntlvo Cianuv   pubiloli and defiantly cliallcnj'cd the I'loiitii; linn of any proof siiBta'.nlngany of b.vd and Whereas. Tho now provides a lue.inu uu K way for try'tn-'th'; inrjcs to -Alilch nr resort has vet, been had. therefore llcsolnd, Thai a 'Oinl cojuuitteo ol four, compo'-uil of o-n- i it ,in i onti KcpnbHran. to Be named tho iTCMdcnt. of the rte-inte, and two of th'; House 3f o'ie and ilo- pub io.ui. t irj namJ '-he Sp-uk-r ..f tin. Uouse, be arid Is hereby appointed 'o fully ln- the co'ital'ied In the T. j.-.kugj of the (Governor to the Gen.jml anfl also the and conduct of the other lirancb'-.i o.' the municipal gov Tnrnrh' if ra <3' City, and inch cfmimltfc if luT-r.-' nuthorir.odf, empowered and to fully .ireli'.aif- ly and into said and MI-O the con'Uic.t and of U-i; other t'l'l city rfoior nri Hid aid to-eii'l pT-inii- -T BICHMOSD, Va., Oct the beautiful variety who wu rescued fconj tbe roof of the Putnam bnildlntf ffhile walking in a nude condi- tion aloBff tbe roof In ber sleep on Mon- was yesterday adjtjdjfwi t Miss Shsw is an opians been drinking to Tor wceks. 10.-H U rtcd tbe Monmoutb County gnmt hM indicted the Monmouth r _ upon York jool room pro- prictora, wbo wore atod tioa tbe track. at the '1i .-fc'i i-.o- _____ report Ondlnsf. to 'his General lourned'.e-t.-.Ion thereof. In.' ommrndatior.i is th'-y ir.a; The House then adj'ni-r.ed n Mil -md l.-n mediately upoa reaoajouiP-i adjouruoiunt uutil to morrow was A TOW Oil Kellnliin- Citn-m- LIMA. Out T'-f TradnrV Company, of Ibis city, boun incor- porated to carry on a regular refining. business. This city is to bo tho princi- pal point of oporauon. Tbe now cotn- pany Is tbe rnGnirig of tbo Manhattan company, tbf largest rival of the Standard in this field. Tho com- pany is now in buildinjj a ro- finory near tbis city, and tbe works will bo double tbecapacity at. first contemplated. Tor to IloM Oct. Although aU. tbo doUils bavo not betn asyrood upoo, Judges Hutching and Sandors, repre- snnting'tbo Democratic and Republican Congrossional havo agreed that Mcssra. Jobnson and Burton ibail meet In four joint debates on tho isa-jci of tbe day. It is expected that tLo iirs: debate wUl next Tuesday. October 21, tbe tecond on October 23. of Irafeednnt- Oct In tuo United States Circuit Court Wednesday the jury la tbe CMC of Seal tbe- Pennsylvania Company returned a ver- dict for the defendant by direction of- coatt Tbe salt was to recover for tbe deatb of Tobias Cllne, wbo ww killed at CPCFS- In Mftnsflald on 18S9. i, H. T., Oct rtpor-Vr Roedtoldi that lie would tpeak in district in WoortOT, AHUnOft vaA MM-llloA. He dM not Vaow Mr.. WM to tbrre.   

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