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   Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1890, Salem, Ohio                               THE SALEM DAILY NEWS. VOL. II. NO. 247. SXLKM. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 13. 1890. TWO CENTS. Clearing Up tbo Wreck of Loland Hotel. Fatilf EfTorts to Pull thu Ele- vator hhafr. Which Stands Like a .Monument. EXPIATED A vn ti a Para- mour a <1 Fights -i Ij-sfl KllU the Ue.i-1 M-iu'i Hrothe-. CHAKI.OTTE, N. C., Oct. Dixon, a prosperous farmer of Alle- gheny County, discovered tnat an inti- mate relation was existing between his wife and Marshall Halsey. Wednesday I he found the pair in a compromising j position and promptly shot Ji .d killed lialsey. He threatened tu kill bis wife, Hopeful condition of the Mont Ser'ou.if but her piteous p'.eaJines cuusod him to on 111? tOid hor, that ho Investigation Held. wished nc-.or to see her News Svntcrsn, N. Y.. Oct 18. A largo ol tragedy soo'i spread, but Lodv justified Dixon aid s tint they would pull down tho j'.u and ireo him if he snould arrested. Late in tne evening Halsoy, a brother of "-i.in.hi D down and, pulling a ru-oHor, inotl to PANIC N A is Stcaillly Improving ia all, Trade fa Euoruiou  ,lobn M.itrang.i, arn-sto.l .is :i'i A 'JAiCiiET. TuriiT and Ont, Oct. Intelligence from tho various provinces indicates that there is a strong1 feeling among business men in tho in favor of Canada iidouiing a umber tartif in order to practically pxcli.do American pro- ducts, both raw and m in u far fur eel Tho Dominion last yi'cir imported moats, grain, flour and other f.jud from tne Uniied States at a of over Ml, 000. adonting prj.iihitury dutii-o Canad.i, It ail in y rt, will create a no'ue -narkot for her own farmers. Tho Cabinet Ministers will not talk, but th" utterances of Mi. 1'uS- ter. Minuter of Finance, at St John N. F., indicate that the dr.tios on nj.inu- f.icturo'l articles will, if bo further inero.wjd in order to protect the manufacturers. sr-aUor receipts of grain, cured mo its and dressed beef than a year ago, but a, slight increase in lard and. double the receipts of wool. St. Louis merchants r.-e rhomsoives to new tariff conditions and trade is strong. At Cleve- land and Milwaukee bad weatherhas re- tarded trade, which 13 nevertheless fair; at Pittsburgh tho iron and glass trades are active. The increase in output of pig iron lu September was 4.4 per cent., and tho weekly 13 r. per lent larger than a year ago. Four moro Virginia furnacos are about to begin with a capac- stricken and made for tho exits. work within a fewweo'.cs. ity of u10 o vales All the elTorts of the Sisters of Notre Dame, who have charge of tho children, I to chock tho stampede of no avail. The chtlJien rushed toward tho door and rolled down the stono stops, followed by the crying and screaming women that were also in the church. The children that camo out first wore tho ones that were the most injured. They were trampled upon by tho chil- dren and women following them, who seemed utterly without reason or pres- ence of mind. An alarm of flro was sent in and the noise of tho approaching en- gines, with tho ringing of bells, made accessory F.ostitio Inoardiuo. one of suspects was one of tho Mat- which CoirMnrs. 0 Ort 17 bill p-ovidtntr for the of tho Peienr.U, Ho'trO. of Idiual a.on of Cuui-mitl the traste-s of t'jo fu id r- furred lo the on Mii-neipM Mr 1 reported back bis resolution e.iUunj on, inor to make 'i tloii In C' innati mun cit-iil bouiVs as a stihsiuuio u rcsoiul pro1, i unr fir the appoiv rv nt i Miv  l th- Tor Il.Vil IIIH'.P UIP_ ,1- I f I TO T .I'l IVc   i n fi'ite.l br ilioir 'rloiul- to! th' ct tht; i.UO s in in t'i i "i it lio w 1 f tho H i.o; r.-ii'o. I'r in -nr i r oC tons weekly. Theto r.ro t the pan.c still In loss than fire of pig at Clevi-lanl, a-rl minuies after tho alirm was sent over uiaiiiifpoturi-d iron in large demand. Speculation in whoat has rmdc ther process this week, the price rising 1 l 'c on silos The new hal BUTCHEKED HIS FAMILY. A Woman nnd Three Children flacked to by an Tnmtno Two Orh.ir Little Oneu Tfrrlbly InJ'irel. EI.HLIN. Oct. This city is excited over a horrible tragedy just discovered by the police. A builder named Schaaf, residing in Rcinckendorf, a suburb of Berlin, horribly mutilated and killed his wife and three of hia children with a hatchet, and terribly injured two oth- rrs of his five childron, who may yot die. Schaaf was a builder who grew wealthy during tho recent boom of Ber- lin real ostate. IIo got into financial difficulties, losing nearly all of his for- tune, and was hard pressed by creditors. Tearing bankruptcy ho become nearly insane with brooding over his t-mibloi and of late showed signs of being out of his mind. Tn this condition be suddenly attacked his wife and children, horribly hacking thorn with a hatchet early Fri- day morning, thoir cries for help being unheard by the neighbors. Schaaf has disappeared and search is being made for him. TJoanfl, G.ISTCO-I an-l Robbed. CAM ox, O., Oct. At two o'clock Friday rooming four masked tnen wita revolvers drawn entorel S Morri- man's residence at Randolph, Portage County, and compelled him to srivo UD the Keys to his private safe. They so- cured and a gold watch Morri- man's wife and a domestic wore awak- ened by tho noise. The rob' era bound and traggpl all throe persons, who were1 found in that shape a few hours later. This is tbe second bold robbory in t -.onty-four hours and tbeie is great ex- citement. _ ItUtiop l.onchlln'n Golden BnooKi.vv, N. Y-. Oct. A recep- tion in honor of tbe golden jubilee of Rt. Rov. John Loughlin. of T'.rooklyn, bold in th" rink last It is estimated that 8.000 peo- pio were present, including thoCatholic   IN A Woman's Thro.tt Cut frcun C.ir to Knr ''nder VITI y COI.UMIIU. S. C, Oet. the most murders known in this Stite was in W.ilter- b6ro Wcdnos.Iay nitrht AfT-tl.a a white woman, was wishing dishes in a brightly liifhted room, while the rest of tho family sat nea- by there was a gurgling sound ana Miss Crosby tottered near them, her throat from ear to o.ir. She died in a few minutes. When asked if tvul out herself tho dying woman shook her head. When asked if it was a she nodded affirmativoly. Xo one. could be found about tho building and no nois" w-is hoarl when tho c.'iuio committed. Wir.Mixr.Tov, N. C., Oct. tor- nado passed through tho northern sec- tion of County, eighty-live miles west of hore, Thursday af" Great damage was done to in its path and several person'; near Maxton, N. C., an 1 it i- f-a'-t 1 that thoro has been gioit lus-> of and property along the tra' V of tno stottn. At Hasty snvoral blown down, one pcr.ion killed n-vl sovpral injured. At Floral _re ih" belfry of the Presbyterian tlm eh v down, demolishing onr house and injuring two persons an advance In prices of somo kinds of goods which, together with the rise resulting from partial failure of L. nas uHjVi-J up tlu lovcl of s niateriillv IJATTLB l'i nil fl'lio AV a of C ii'isji.'- Mie of th" it Liv v 0, Oct lllc- from H-a., Oct. 13 Tru-ite Frank O'Xeill, Vj S A stationed at Fort died Thnrsd.iv from O'Neill by a dog some time ago and lifly begin to Show signs o' TI In'---. fr-itrifr] ;u tho month devrlopf'1 fjl st'-entrth rofiis'd to eat or drink, but it required men to hold him down. In thi-> position an opiate uij' ctod into vii- .ir-n ,in'l ho was quieted In this condition he died. Tn-.VT V-irshal I Ky., Oct S E Vogel- sang, town marshal of Falmoutb, .-.a? Shot and killed Thursday The murder wasbr ital and cowardly. sang was just entering p.itc of hn home whon an unknown assassin Sre'L The marshal fell 'If ad -.vuh i double load of buckshot in bis and faro. Oscar Downard, a livery stable keeper, bad a grudge against him, and is sui- of the murder. Struck IJic TEt.rAT.inK. CoL, Oct. Th" tunn-jl str'i' k a vein Thu-sliy and dc% eloped a la-ge body of oro of rery higb grade. The tunnel sienced in November, is long and cost M in irr-r says that, on a 'PI-IS of the mine done in tao past t'-.is strike put- in The ore by t ,-ir.'-l siirer and cooper and of In V Wash.. lepro'.y boon d of robbers in ide a riid on Ohio tuciu> miles wt'st of this city, on tho Chicago Erie road, Friday morning. They robbed a number of houses, ami t o'clock woe detected in tha ac-t of blowing open the safe m P. M. Hall's store. Thoalaim was given and a posse of citucns The build- ing was surrounded while the thieves wtro At wo k on tbo safe and prepara- tions miile for their'capturc. In tho meantimo the robbers that thfv bad dotected and when tlio posso closed in on them they opened liro. This was tho bi-art oT a fierce, battlu, and for fully ten minutes a ra.pid e of shots was indulged in tho robbers' guaHs held tho posso in chock, others were busily on- gaged in drilling into tho safe, and while the battle going on iho bate open and tho contents ex- tr.xfrf.l Tlio then retreated, but nut until one of their number, rcrr.inns not yet been identified, waskillod, and Cb.irl' s Ilinr'r ami Will- iam who were members of tho wore also killed and several wounded. The posse gave chase, but the robhers tna'lo thoir uacapc. Jiuvor nnrl wero mon in Lho town, married and leave fairuhos. Two of t1 o robbers were Kl'-itifioil A3 Wil'.iara Mohrhpjusf) o f! .'t'l t'rrcp'. un Urown's r.-ni irks ml Mr 'sonrrnni ri'tiiiroihioi'il t'.ie n 1 '.uuuior ii'l pruMi'.iiu for tioa oi .ini'w I. 1J 1. IOTI month l n motion to MI-II riles .n.l r-mlihr- 1111 tie .i-coiul t-u-. c- -.1 itnrs urn i St 'ph 'is. Son. ui, iii.Pi" no- 'ts voted w't'i K frnns, 'ui the mi-t'oi :uiU'il u> roccivn 'i Ui i- ii'thor Dvmotith II ir.Mi C, JjSinu 10 m< f i us lue. The bill wtia pnSHi i'. ui r hi- -xrj the 's-nnti. HI...... Tlie n r oo-i- itilcrntloi) of Mr MiiHsiu d Suniiiu bill uullioiiz- nu nilllkotlic to Issuetienus in to MC- whl( h lire ubinit lo he teniovi .1 from that .iluci! '1 tio Ucuioi.ia a IMU'.L i ol.j. tiiiK to lie pivisiiiti- oi the hill. docllnC 1 t" lUoiienil tUo rules for mirpoie unitl tin- iirf-etlnif Cinulimnli nffiiirs for wh eh the session wus riU''d nrp of. i in'. I1 t it r mnprotnKn bill "'IIP rr'ul n tlir.o wltheut obji Pons nail u.11 ITOI t be nif tn 113 to sii :hu lulus It vroni OUT int'l to i-ioirow It s to be put on Its puss Tui- --i-iuile joint resolution us liv Mr forenrin WM taki n up imd ulopioil Tin icjilntuui now a luw for u mn i ui niittej foimistinp o' two Senator-" unit two ntlves. to Invcstlifiile all chi, ,-os o' eornptlon n tho clrpsrtinctitw of Cu rlr. i 'ii i-icludltiT tho 31'T Cotinc'l Hoard of I'vtlilic 1m .rovo- [iiBntR Th' p- to Hi-nd for persuri uiul ji.ipi'is m.d to K'O Into lliu fur they may (1 er1 jiropr-r Ttif tes- tlmoi.i mid ilit ore to r'ported to tha session lu Janunrj Mr Gilfiin in- froiViced M 111 to nbolHh Hie rtnelnndtl i-tonrd of Biiimlbitloo nnd proriile thitt the im inborn or thti new IKIRId be appn'ni< d Hit s funtl Mr McM K d a bill iiutheil7tni? Hamilton C  Ilinso ;tion artjourneil. __________________ W! of deposit apoiled of his overcoat, hat and asaailaota are unknown. f.ill Harrison's chancos for rnnoinmation aro worthless Huston boluivcs that if tho State goos tno I'roiidcnt will not bo heard of in tho national con- vention, while if it is carriod by tho Democrats Harrison will bo ronominatod beyond a doubt. Huston suys that an Indiana man has no chance for tho nom- ination unless it is clear that Indiana ia a doubtful State. K-icned from n NEWPOKT, R. L, Oct bargo which was off Point Judith and which provei to bo the Daisy, drifted about with two men laboring all of Thursday night at tbft pumps. Thoy woro soon by the stoamor Herkshlro and taken off by moans of a ropo, tho soa boing too heaTy to launch a boat. The min, who woro thoroughly exhausted. v. "ro brought to thin city and cared for. Tho sank._______________ To.Ai'1 Clmrch Ertonnlon. Oct IS Unitarians of tho West are to hold in Chicago October Z8-30 a roissipnary meeting. rallM to further church oxtension. Austin IT. or, the war Oovornor of Michigan; Tho-nas Palraor. president of thf- World's Fair Commission: Rcr. Minot.I the divine of I'oston. other men -jf national reputation are to present. _________ loromot Tonrrntlon. tothft International convention of aotiTe engineers got down to work in earnest Friday morning- Eirtof tho nriy-e-iitiss were secret to the of the was held in the Y. M. C, A. building._________ Ho for lorfc Oct. Acting of (V-nsns has written t-j Maror Orant. of Now York, inform- in rash, a i I3jf tjjat, demand for another en u Deration of city is unsupported LT anv evidence st.owinjf the aeccssitj afid is rc'uiei SAWF.I) THI5I'  lend A hand in putting tho fire out that ensuM. and in other v. v.-s "i.if. they wanted to witness tho d'-Htruction of tho landlord's property. R I., Oot l.-i -A high galo prevailed hero yesterday, doing groat to shipping Th" W K arrived with t.vi having lost four on tho v, av. Ono of these sank, but her CTOA- of tnon were sivod. Two sn saii, the fourth is i'..int .iii'lith. Many fishing i i -bt3 in tne harbor sustamod m'icii <1 i'ti.i.ro. fuun I. ft Jlorrlhlc Dratli in ASHLAND, Wis., lu Ail'-fw Lindahl, employed in Hurt-low rniii at whoso dut.- it cl'-ar a carrier which r.fusa slabs to a large rcfu-.o burnr.r. a horrible death yestoniav. ii" joct to fits and while on duty took a al and into tne carrier H" -.-r.c-d into tho burnorand burned to a crisp fore assistance coulcl bo rendered. with S, O., is the Republican n-.'-niber ..f the TIouso heM caucus at which lutJons of a srr.ratior.al adopted breaking the Re'-, i :--aT Vslj- ancc with Campbell dci-'a.-ir.ff their intention to tptc againei a-iv n-vl measure proposed by tt.c   

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