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   Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1890, Salem, Ohio                               THE SAI.EM DAILY NEWS. VOL. II. NO. 219. OHIO. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 2i. 18W. TWO CENTS. mm mm National Brotherhood Meets at Los Angeles, CaL Pre-entPCl Showing the Order to be in a Pro-pi-rous Coa- ditiou. STOtnr-BOUND. Pllehi of a Admtri! and 2OO Siitois ho Ashore t-' Attend Bull. LONDON, Oct morning Admiral Seymour and 240 officers and men who had visited Scarborough to at- tend a ball given in their honor by tho mayor, again unsuccessfully attempted to rejoin their vessels The shij-s, which on Saturday compelled to put to sea in order to avoid being driven Vnjoritj- of the Ho.irti In tho United ashore a he-ivy jnie and tremendous seas, and which in doing so had been Gratifying In Mrmberiihlp. obliged to the Admiral and Los Cal.. 21. party on shore, ac-.in ventured as close j seventh annaal convention of the Na- I jn shore ab was possible, in oidor t tional liroth-Thoiil of Railway Train- permit the party to boar 1. 2en opened Monday nurning in Labor I After a dotermi no 1 effort to reach tho j the majority of the railroads in I war vesgeis> Admiral Seymour and his "OPk Steamer Annie Youuir Btirued the Water's Edge. INTO ETE mi Explosion of a Locouio- tire's lioiler. Firm I l >ult III tlu- Oil- p and Boat Containlne Portion of the Capsizes and Its Fiud Watery Graves. tae United States represented. Grand Master S. K. Wilkinson, of Gales- HI. presided, and in his annual ad- dress congratulated the delegates upoa the present condition of tha Tho annual rcpo-'t of F. Gra-id Secretary and Treas- urer, shows an increase in the member- snip of the orjranu itioi of liiMu in.? the past year, its present strength bom? no-v 14.U57. There hms been organized durng the year sixty-three new lodges, nnkin? a total of 367 now in existence. The Oiganization has been steadily en- larging its fields of work and now em- traces all the States in the Union and Territories, as well as Canada, Ireland and Sweden. Two hundred and seventy-five disa- bility and death claims to the total of nearly have been paid during the year. Of the total claims, over 200 resulted from railroad Par- ticular stress is laid upon the fact that ISO of the deaths resulted from tha coupler now In use and that the re- mainder of accidents were- almost entirely traceable to the fact that tho post of duty of the brakemen is on top of the cars. The report of the Grand Secretary deals at length with the re- cent conference of the Federation of Railroad Employes to consider the strike on the New York Central and justifies the decision arrived at "in favor of non- interference. The convention will in session over a week. companions were compelled to return to land. Gravo anxiety was felt durinp the existence of tho storm for the gun- boat Speedwell, which was left with but one officer on board. Early in the afternoon boats again put oft for the fleet and shortly afterwards Admiral Seymour to the dpek of tbo great ship a. On board of this ship it found that thirteon men had ribs or arms broken by tho a WAV of a i-ablr and the of an anchor. Three other -vessels 01 the Signaled tht occurrence of fatalities. CAN TUKY tSCAl'E A U REST? PLEA FOB IP UPPITY. Merchants Aglc for Changes In tho Cobun TfcrllT KeapoctlDtf.Our Prod. acts. AYAsmsoToy, Oct. 21. An aldtesa and resolutions passed by the Havana Chamber of Commerce favoring reciproc- ity with the United States hare boon received at the State Departmemt. The address is to the Minister of tho Colonies and treats of the reform of the Spanish tariff laws. The financial condition of, Cuba is referred to as one which is "far from being prosperous and which may become worse than it now is, if, as ia possible, the principle of reciproc- ity is definitely adopted in she tariff of tho United States, with which nation our commercial relations are so import- ant, and if the changes Tnada in our tariffs are not such as to correspond vith that reform." Honnrerl by Vaturno Commanders. NEW YORK, Oct 21. The veteran commanders of the Army of the Poto- mac gave a banqnet last night at tho Plaza Hotel to their old comrade, tho Count of Paris. Among tho puosts wero Generals Buttorfleld, Howard Collts, Swayne. O'Bernie, Fitz-John Portpr, Sickles. Slocum. Sherman and Schofiold. General Sherman welcomed the guestof tbe evening and toasted the President of the United States. General General Butterfleld, General Howard, Admiral Braine and tho Count of Paris also spoke. An Array of the Potom 10 was presented to the Count by General Slocum. Double Tragedy In Hotel. EL PAPO, Tex., Oct. A murder and suicide occurred in this city Mon- day morning. Monsieur Le Blanc, a Frenchman, and a notorious sporting woman arrived hew Friday evening from Silver City, N. M., and stopped at t'M St Charles Hotel. About five o'clock in tho morning" two pistol shots were heard, but the shooter.was undiscovered until noon, when their Toom door being broken in, Le Blanc and tho woman were found side by aide In bed dead. Both had pistol shots through tbe head. Blanc had evidently shot the woman and himself. Meeting of the Brotherhood. NTTW YORK, Oct 2L The annual meeting of the Brotherhood of Base Hall Players convened here Monday. Without transacting any business the mooting adjourned until this morning, some of the representatives of tho west- ern clubs not having arrived. Tho gen eral impression among the delegates is that the Brotherhood will be represented at the conference meeting this af usr- aoon. PnTLADKLPinA, Oct A private cablegram from China received vester- jj_a7 in this city stated that Captain ownes, his child and ten of his crew drowned when bis Ship, the Lizzio C- Troop, went ashore on tbe Loocboo Kands. while bound from Philadelphia to Poget Sound. The captain's wife, '-be tnate and tbe balance of the crew saved. Qucstlm as to Row Dillon Hiid Muj Visit anitrtn. OTTAWA, Ont, Oct refer- nce to the proposal of tho Canadian iranch of the Irish Lund League to irincr Dillon and O'Tsrien to Canada, a uestion has arisen as to how Lvr thev are likely to escape arrest when on British soil in the Dominion for offon'-Oo with which tb y an- by tht 3ntish authorities. Sir John Thomp- son, Minister of is not certain as to the Encfish statutes bearing on their case, ;-nd until ho hasstudiid up the case he will not venture an opinion as to whetho or not tl.oy could bo ar- rested in Canada. There are certain of- fenses that tcay be committed whicb can be followed up and the guilty party arrested in any part uf t'ao Kiitissh Em- pire. I for LTA.AS Tox., Oct. Dlankon- Ship-Blake Manufacturing Company, whose specialty is the manufacture oi jeans and cotton poods, has made an assignment Tbe failure was precipi- tated by the North Texas National Bank, of Dallas, and tiiu B. C. Evans Dry lioods Company, o' Fort "Worth. running in attachments, the former for and the latter for Tbe liabilities are and assets the same. The company will pay dollar for dollar. _______________ Shot Wife Hiul Thru Himself. Ind., Oct 21, Near Blalrsvillo, Posoy County, thirtoon miles from this citv-, Henry Krone and his wife quarreled. The "husband took double-barreled shotgun and shot hi-- in the presence of their throe chil- dren, who were powerless to interfere. Krone thon passod into the next rooin with the load shot the top of his head off. The children ran from home screaming and aroused tbe -neighbors. Krone 3ras a farmer. __________ Ki by a Mob uf CHARLOTTE, IS. C., Oct Satur- day, as Silas Riggs was walking one of the streets of "Winston, 1-e wii-- ttacked by a mob of He ran into a bar room mid appealed for pro- tection. A few whites who wrro in the place ran into strom and soon a lively fight which resulted in the death of RifTgs So-oral others were "badly wounded. Scp.los is sup- -posed to have killod Rijrgs and a posse MK searching for htn. of Oftlrlal ror- uptioru LEAVENW oirrH, Tvan.. Oct Times of this city prints a letter from Kansas City. Kan-, in relation to the charges made that tho Kansas Mer- cantile Association is running a policy game, in which charges are made that the concern sends to Topeka every month S500 for division among certain State officials, and the paper makes the charge that this money is sent to the State officials for '.heir connivance at the scheme. A lilmster on Lake Hmron Off of the Cuiupkny ttnd Broacht to PORT Huuox. Mich.. Oct steaii barge Annie Young caught flreoff Lexington, Mich., in Lake Huron, about ten o'clock Monday morning, and eight members of the crew who tried to es- cape in a small boat were drowned. There was a terrific sea running at the time the firo broke out Seeing that there was no hope of savin? the barge, tho captain had the men lower tho boats. The crow, consisting of about tuonty men, crowded into two boats. One of the boats was capsized in the heavy sea, but the other was picked up by the steam barge Ed Smith and brought Captain Hucrh Miller was iu ch.uge of the Annie- Young. He and his two engineers were in the rescued party and they chartered the tug Kittie Haight and went back to where- the burning barge was abandoned to look for the missing small boat and its crow. The Annie Young left Port Huron at six o'clock Monday morning with cargo of coal and general merchandise for Escanaba and Gladstone. She was owned by tho Lake Superior Transit Company, and was built in Detroit in 1809. She was valued at She was a mass of flames when Captain Mil- ler and the crew with him in the life- boat pulled away from her and she went to tho bottom. Among those lost were Georgo Mc- Port shipped Monday morning: J. Donnelly, G. Cros- by, T. Gallagher, G -orge Connelly and three deck hands, names unknown. Three Hen Killed and a Number Htdly Ii'jured. ili Mo- omplete- B vr.rrjioRE, Oct MetzdorS, eighteen years, who killed her Bother. James MeUdorS, aftd Marj ater, her by jtrycbaine. Trvta. A Keoknk it lathe Oermwo Splfs PA.KIS, Oct 21. Petit Journal an- fcounces tbe arrest at IVifort of a man earned Dietrich his sister, both German spies. Plans of the fort and other military works of the city were found at the housooccupiort by Dietrich. brother and sister had as an accom- plice a Hanoverian spy namffi Stahl, was also arrested after a desperate Struggle. If ot for -Foe. Trprm.A, 111., Oct 21. Tho bolting Republican papers Con- gressman Cannon had another accession Saturday when the RossvilJo Press. edited by a nfe-lcng Republican and veteran, annoaaced in strong language that it was "not for Joe." The Home Record and Siddcii Reporter, two nen- tral papers, have also joined tbe procea- sion. TAX EVADKK8. Wealthy Eocape Payment uf Their Share of Public Bar- NEVT YORK, Oct 21. -Tho Fassett Sen- ate committee resumed work yesterday with President Coleman, of the tax de- partment, on the stand. The matter of personal tax was gono into. Witness said that year there were names on the pornonal tax list, and tho amount of assessments aggregated This amount was sworn down to and all but o( those assessed escaped entirely by dak- ing tu.it their indebtedness is greater than tho vslne of tbcir stocks. i'Lie personal tax assosstient made on the Vanderbilt property was Mr. cottBsel for the Vanderbiits. said that if necessary he would so ar- range matters as to place all the per sonal property beyond reach of the tax a-eparcraent. The matter was finally compromised with Mr. Depew and thn sum of fixed as the amount upon which the Vandcrbilta "would pay a personal tat Tbe Gould family next came under 4he investiga- tion. Jay Gould paid a personal tax on tho estate of Helen Gould on and Goorge J. Gould on Mystery of Crime Cleared Up. BO-TOS. Oct few nights before Th iiiksrmng Day. Abel Hawkins, a cabinetmaker of Dorchester, was fount in his shop with his crushed arc he difid .soon after. George Hall, a tel was suspected of Uoitif his murderer, but at the coroner's iti quest ho proved an alibi A man who rorontlv died in Canada has confessot that he had killed Hawkins. The. al- leged confessor is said to have in Dorchester at the time of the murder and was supposed to have enlisted, since which time nothing has been heard o "him until now. Tx-SaporvUlnjc Architect Mai lett. Oct. 21 B. Mullett -who was Supervising Architect of th Treasury from 1SG5 to 1S73, committed suicide at his home here last evening "by blowing his brsrins out with a pistol Melancholia, the result of business re verses of late years, coupled witb ill health, undoubtedly led up to the rash and fatal act Mr. Mullott was born in England fifty-six years ago. He came to this country when a boy and was np pointed to a clerkship in the snporvis ing architect's Secretary -Chase in Thirty-third In Oct Snprenie Council of the Thirty-third Degree o tbe Ancient Scottish Rito of Freema- sonry for the Southern Jurisdiction o the TJjiited States, styled the Mothe Supreise Council of the World, convince in biennial session yesterday in this city. Xho allocution ot the Grand Com mandcr. General Albert Pike, was rea  Merged Into One Corpnrutlou. MILWAUKEE, Oct. 21. A rumor has reached founded upon the sest of authority which. If correct, moans the most gigantic express deal ;hat has ever occurred In this country, and means the consolidation of the Uni- States and Adams express com- panies. For some time quiet minors lave been circulated around among the officers and general agents of tho Adams and United States express companies ,n tho West that negotiations were pending looking to a complete consoli- dation of these two corporations. The consolidation is to be in the nature of a merging of the Dnited States into the Adams by the transfer of stock. A BREAK FOK LIBEKTY. Six Haw Way Out of. Prtnon. KAI.AMAZOO, Mich., Oct A flaring jail delivery took place Sunday evening, when six of the tougbuost criminals sawed through tbe iron bars on the sec- ond floor tier of the county prison and lowered themselves by a rope to tho ground. The men who escaped wore F. D. Reynolds, sentenced Saturday to six years in the penitentiary (or shooting at a conductor who ejected from a train: Dan O' Day, sentenced to two and one-half years for larceny; Thomas Burns and Charles Smith, Chicago crooks, awaiting trial for stealing vel- Teteen from a Grand Trunk train; E. D. burglar, and Lemuel Allen. Uuoiix-d by Mafln. NEW OKLEAXS, Oct. 21. was brought to police headquarters Monday that the Mafia had decided upon putting out of tho way Mayor Shakes- peare. Captain William Connors and Secretary Goorgo Vandorvoort The informant stated that he overheard a conversation to this effect among some Sicilians Matracga and Vincent Caruso were re-arrested yesterday. Both are on crutches, the result an Esplanade street ambush by the Provenzanos. Sued for Infringement of Copjrigltt. Nr.w YOUR, Oct 21. A suit lias boon brought in tbe United States Circuit Court by William Uerron, who translated and dramatized Alexander Dumas' work, known as "Tho Clornencean against tne Pollard Publishing Company for infringement of copyright flerron claims firm is publishing the book under tho same name and selling it at half nrice. Xho company will have to show cause why it should not en- joined from publishing tbo work. Sold for ST. LoVis, Oct The St Arkansas Texas railway, known M tbe Cotton Belt Hno, consisting of 530 miles of main track and branches in Missouri, Arkansas and Texas, was sold yesterday for to Louis Fitz- gerald, representing the bondholders of tbe road. Tbe sale was only formal and a new company will be M soon as the -it confirmed. Hot Prore HU Unlit ETNJBTTKOU, Oct The American, Stephen Smith, alias Holmes, said to have formerly been a Chicago who was arrested in London in July for slx-aling tbe Dukeof Edinburgh's jewels last May while tbe Duke was conduct- ing tho opening ceremonies of the Edja- bargh Electrical Exhibition, was tried yesterday and rerdict of "guilt proren'' was rendered. XEW YORK. Oct In tho suit o! James J. Helden. Congress-nan from Syracuse, against ex-Jud'jo Stovonson Burke, of Clovoland: Mr. Andrews. Lanier Co.. and Drexel, Morgan vt Co.. Judge O'Hrien.of tho Su- preme Court, has overruled tho demur- rer interposed by the defendants. Tho plaintiff owns fifty bonds of the Hock- ing Valley A Toledo Railroad Compunv, and claims he has been injured by a scheme by which the defendants pur- chased the of tho Columbus A To- ledo, Hocking Valloy nn.l Ohio West Virginia and consoli- dated them into thn Columbus. Valley Toledo Railroad Comn.inv On tho consolidation worth of bonds issuc-d. inc'uding the bonds in suit. Of this, amount Si> 500.- 000 were used to wipe out the indebted- ness of the throe roadi and '.ho remain- der were to be used to reimburse and his associates for expenses incurred in buying up tho reads Tho Central Trust Coaipiny took OOJ.OOJ of tne bonds. To secure tho stork of thrcn roads. Burke and his pltirod Sfi.OjD.OOO ii twenty-four notes with Winslow. Lanier Co. for discount by Drexel, Morgan Co. and  ur o'cioi k thi nf ornoon T.i- jour- nal of S uurdayN proc rea.1 aeteral from Seu. to wero iloxfn bv the Sp r. Governor CtQiiKcUliail fie Go.c nor's prnato scs r.L r% in ci-aicr nlsle with waitu g 'or rccovruit'oii from tnc- but It d il ai't como. it i k-own that UIP w is tn be .v-n BOOH as tho joxirii.il hJi! been V- movcrt that turthur conviJerut.on of tho ine liill-tho one jirovMl-ii? for non o Rourrt ot Puhl Inipnivemcntv to be until ten o''lock to Tin wns oi-'icd anil Kiibosun'ininctUuulr to j., which was ilocl ireil furru-rt o-i i we vote, uiut thi1. xs ouc   f'n> Uf Ahoot tu Ocwn uml Or.t. (iixciKWATi, Oct. 21. T'IO roport that Governor Campbell will rctii-i- from Gubernatorial otllco is dtnucd by that gentleman over his own MyniUnre Tbe> following telegram was rooming by a well-known goutlotuaa of this city: llclilytnh to your Inqnln- 1 1st T tarnf hst-we tehgtum from Hamiiiou to '.vldato you rp'cr Is .UisiiiU I am not a AomewhKt illngusleil I am putuiivn at KglBlutloo conformity ta my Sty only rcRret is tlu.t It li is boon m> sftw Vt< paast'iK The rufcrc nee to my piivtite eout Hired In the snme tclcpr.tm Is nqu.il'v uu- irnc. I have no 'Interest In outh phosphBU'S, nor th" Southern Invs'-ircpr. Coiupiiny donl In breweries. Th" story (3 oust dt 11 scrle? of mo concoct-tl it H llton ut rc-KUlur mturmls, aud aisurovcn wltti regulnrlir Onveritor IMI f.ir Ohio. AWIAST, N. T., Oct_ Oovomor Dill, accompanied by Assistant Adja- tant Gi'noral McEwiin, left afternoon for tho West. Hofovo ffoicy he said to a reporter: "I am fjotng intej CongroBsman McKinloy's distrTct Ohio to toll enthusiastic ponplo over thero what wo in the East i-now to the of tbo now tariff law, r.n i what wo know will bo tho cfToot in thc- Wost. I po at the request of tho mr-.n- iipers of the Democratic Stato Corntnit- tee thero. 1 shall make at least two speeches, probably more." PrU-Kl S-nt to .7itil for Axinnlt. DUNOAXNO.V, 0., Oct. Juilrjo Nich- ols. ot the common pleas court, flay sfiitcncod RTV. M. ITcjnnoSMy. fcbo' Catholic priest of this place, caacge.1 with assault and battery upon Tlis.? Emma McOra-.v and her father, to and cost on each count and for tho flrsfc asbault ninety days in the county jaO besides. Tho court prononncoil it Uso most caso of assat.lt ho ovoi- heard of, attacking woak woi'ian causo she harlwrod his sister, whom ho was ancjry. Trying to Murderer .IOUPH Vritm a, O. Oct. 21. A motion foi leave to file a petition In error to the- Circuit Court of Lake County iu the c.v o of Stanley C. Jones against tho State of Ohio was filed yesterday in the Snpretof Court It will bo hoard on Wodnosdrnj. Jones is under sentence to hang- next Friday for the murder at Painesvilld eiU a lawyer who acted a1? counsel for tha former's wife in a divorce suit. Allejred Train Holifcer Arrwited.- BEU.EFOXTAI.VK, O., Oct. J. P. Smith, formerly night operator on C., S- C. railroad at Urbana. has arrested bore on suspicion f of tho partita that robbed the express car on the mornlnjf of October A re- volver, 9300 in bills and four diamonds were found in his pockets. He gave name as II. II, Williams. Attempted In FrUon, CASTOR, 0., Oct Nellie at- tempted suicide in the city priso-, day morning. Tearing loos" a of her drew she placed it around her and tt.cn fastened it to tho door. was discovered and cvt down in tirco '-o- her life. OflScers ha-1 arrcsv-.'l for swearing and this led to the ai ted self dectrcction. ADA, 0., Oct William his eon, Harry Sjc, prominent men, were arrested yesterday for f counterfeit bills. They token to Toledo for a hearing. O-. Oct B. W. lor forty an Akron acd tor jmn preeMent of tbe Grocers' Pro- tective AMoctetfoft, died K 1 i 4 j   

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