Salem Daily News, October 29, 1890

Salem Daily News

October 29, 1890

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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1890, Salem, Ohio THE SALEM DAILY NEWS. VOL. II. NO. 256. S VLEM. OHIO, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 29. 1890. TWO CENTS. Citizens of Pittsburgh and Alle gheny in a Bad Way. Iron Manufacturers Greatly Incon- venienced. i5UO Furnaces Eeudered Idle. Coal Producers mud Dealers Kej.iico Ovt-r the I'rospect for a Return to the Use of Coal. PnrsiiURr.iT, Oct order of the Philadelphia Natural Gas Company withdrawing fuel from puddling fur- naces, which goes into effect to-day, is a bard blow to the iron manufacturers. It is estimated that 500 furnaces will undergo enforced-idleness by the order until they can bo prepared for the use of coal. It is rumored that the gas sup- ply may be again furnished, but the opinion expressed by the manufactur- ers is that unless t'nev can secure their gas supply from otho sources they must return to the use of coal permanently. Several manufacturers have already commenced to arrange their furnaces for ;he use of coal. Tho shortage of gas was general throughout Pittsburgh and Allegheny yesterday. A large proportion of the people who use gas fires wore compelled to burn wood or coal. In some parts of the city there was no gas supply. The mills and furnaces consume about two- fifths of fhe pas furnished. When this supply is cut off from the mills the gas will be turned into the mains for domes- tic purposes, and it" is believed will fur- nish a sufficient supply for all require- ments. All the coal operators' are greatly pleased over the prospect that the mills will return to the use of coal. The de- mand will be heavy and a revival of bus- iness and increased prices are expected. IT MUST BE ENFOHCED. 1 Attorney General Mlllor Stringent Qrd.n for Vlo- Utloa of the Anti-Lottery WASHI.VGTON, Oct of a cir- cular were yesterday sent out by At- torney General Miller "district attor- neys and deputies, directing their atten- tion to the provisions of the lottery act recently passed by Congress and in- structing them to spare no efforts in its enforcement In his letter to the attorneys, the At- torney General says: Every violation of this law, either by an individual or a corporation, fo. the dissemination of lot- tery literature or in any other way, ihould be brought to the attention of the grand jury and wherever indict- ments are found vigorous prosecutions the end that this ne- farious business may be suppressed. In the enforcement of this law there should be hearty co-operation on the part of district attorneys, United'States mar- shals and post-office Tow Boat Wrecked by an Expiation. PITTSBURGH, Oct H. Brown's tow boat Alex Swift exploded--her boil- ers Tuesday morning while steaming up the Monongahela riyor. opposite Glen- wood. The crew, eight miraculously escaped the shock of the explosion and swam to shore. The AleT Swift was one of the largest tow boats on the river and was returning from her first trit) since she was completely over- hauled. The boat is a complete wreck. The boat was valued at Cloak Manofactur _XEW YOHK. Oct Chemical National Bank has recovered a judg- ment on confession of against Isaac S. and Ralph Plant and Samuel Kann, comprising the Mercantile Cloak Company, doing business at 3U4 Broad- way. As the note was made October 27 and judgment immediately confessed it suggests an effort to give ono creditor advantage. L S. Plant is the owner of the Hotel Vendotce- No assignment has been filed. Electrocution Postponed. TROT, N. Y., Oct. for Gal sentenced to death by electricity for killing Leander Pasco, his father-in- law, in Warren County, has served papers on the warden of orison for a stay of execution. Wood was to have been executed during the week beginning November but tha sta; will compel a postponraent until we appeal is settled. Blew Bmim Onf. Jnd.. Oct. B. Morris, one of the most-prominent men ia this county, and a leading Republic aa, committed suicide Monday by blow- 's? hii brains out with a revolver. Foi several years past he had been afflicted a cancer and this, in addition tore cent financial reverses, caused him to tecoae despondent take bis owa Prominent CITT. Oct Under- one of the most noted wiag shot; president of the Kansa: Driving Park Association and pres- -93t of the Gsn Chib. was KNIGHTS OP THE LEVER. Ga., Selected a The refining will bo done by the Para- gon, -Manhattan and Crystal refining companies, the latter of which is to be at once tripled in capacity. An effort was made to got the Peerless Refining Company to join tho combination, but without success. CIKCU8 TitAlN VVUKCKEP. W 1th a IUI1- waT Two MBII Killed., Ga., OcL Barnum's cir- cus train in five sections left here Tues- day morning for Athens, on the ton Macon road. Fivct miles from Monticello the trainmen lost control of the third section on a. long down grade and itxlashcd into the rear of the sac- ond section, on the end of which was the cook's car, preceded by a car con- taining horso.s. A man named- Kelly, of Slich.. in the car killed, and another man, name un- known, was badly hurt. Eight in the furwurd car woro killed. Tbe two engines pulling the third, section were derailed and badly damaged, as were six froijrht c-ra following. The fireman of the first engine, Lewis .Glonn, was in- stantly killed. The engineers of botb. engines and the other fireman jumped. The show will lose two or three appoint- ments. A' Kite JU'l NEW YOKK, Oct. 20.-Vanderhoof, Mor- rison Co bankers and brokers, yos- terday had a judgment entered against them in favor of the National Parte Bank for In April, 18H3, while the firm was a customer, -they drew S312.C18 while their balance ia the bank was but They have sinco ro- fused to make good the draft, which with interest amounts to tho sum for which judgment was entered in default. Jolncil the Ainnrlcan floloiijr hi Catindt. CHICAGO. Oct W. a Wharton, a chattel mortgage broker, has left tho city and also creditors whose accounts will amount to His two heavi- est victims are tbe United States Loan Company and the Chicago Trust and Savings bank. He owes tbe first named institution S! 0.000 and the bank It is believed that he fled to Canada. A Fortune In Toiing Trott.ru. LKXW.TON. Ky., OcL The most valuable shipment of young troticrs that ever loft Kentucky was sont from tuis city Monday to Marcus Daly, "the Copper of Anaconda, Mont. There were three two -year-olds, includ- ing the Lady Wilton, record ten yearlings and threo, weanlings. This lot of youngsters cost Daly Another ttroken. I. Her S. D., Ocv Mrs. wjib poiso-nlag her tw full confession. bad a qa.rrel witb Derate- j put fchn of tbe irot ttws sfcTclMiiM in medi- he Con., Oet tH-OM raiM shore of tbe Tort- A Hew fltorra Mt oa MV Lym twr ia captof at tM A 9IO.OOO 5h CHATTANOOGA. Teas., Oct. The books of Joba J. Irrinj. late Circcit Court clerk of Haailton County, hare been fduwl STKJTt borwccn He has mortgaged bis property to bis bondsmen and says he will hare after bis shortajs has been made food. ____ _ la., Oct tbe deraO- of a freight train of Crwtoa, late Momday nirtt, a train following collided, wrecking can aad engine aad Kalding engineer Clapa, finaatt MeGartaej and brakemaa Tta. Theit ia jarln an aot IMaL the last outdoor meeting of tbo Boston Athletic Associ- ation yesterday. E. B. Bloss, of Harvard, in tbe running hop, step and jump cleared 41 feet, 11 inches, thus estab- lishing a now American record. Bloss belongs to Titusville, Pa., and bas just jrraduatedfrom Acad- emy. _____.. ______ Snow IN tho KSOXVILLK, Tenn., Oct. received bore show that a considerable quantity of 'now fell In tbe mountains Monday night Two to four inches aro reported at Cranberry. This is about two or three weeks earlier tban usual lor snow ia the mountains. In some places snow bas fallen on green leaves. Wore TrooMe With j WAMIIXGTON, Oct. 29.-Tbe President j yesterday received Governor Cooper's telegram anac-Tsncinjr tbe absence of tbe ar-i Uncompabgre Indians from reservations in Colorada Tbe In- dian agent reported trouble among those and ?aid that be was doing all ia bis power to restore peace. A Work. I. Procnm. HI-.VTINOTOT, W. "a., Oct i of as Sjadicate. of which C. P. is said to be prin- cipal backer, U ia' ttocltr oa (i, Woilts. on waich toe syadicata bat aa opUon. works employ OTOT lbe plant is Talued at 3X900.000. fart, a well-know, faramr letting wwt >f bere. on bit death bed MwAarnlffnt' Taooiat JlmoMaam. aa Onto mat, la IWS-Tbe tBordaiw dtod a few aw- OffloUU of tho Union Company Very Kotlcent ICoearclinK the for Reinov.il. ST. Lori', Oot tho Western Union teleprraoh office yesterday after- noon, two more operators wero dis- chanred and their places woro ordered filled by other employes, who refused to tako their places. The first operator re- fusing was immediately discharged, whereupon sorno twolvo or fifteen of tho best meu dounod their coats and walked out. Tho local officers of tho company deny that tho mon were dismissed on ac- count of their connection with the Brotherhood, and say thoy woro re- lieved bucauso thoir services was "un- satisfactory to the company." KANSAS CITY, Oct. Union operators, tnombers of tho Broth- erhood of Telegraphers, wero dis- charged here Monday by Chief Opera- tor Bronson. Xo reason was given them for their dismissal, but it was intimated that they were discharged because they were Brotherhood men. Ono of them denied belonging to tho order and was taken back, pending investigation. NKW Yonir, Oct Nor- yin Green, of the Western Union Tele- graph Company, absolutely declined to say anything yesterday regarding the strike of thirty-seven operators at St Paul because' tbey belonged to the Brotherhood of Telegraphers and alSoof tbe operators discharged from for the samo reason. do not said Dr. Green, "that story as" tele- graphed to Xew York papers is true. 1 bavo no information on that point, and if I had I should decline to talk for publication." AT THE JENO UP HIS HOPE. A RoKue'i Career Checked After Cutting a Wide Swath Among Verdant Ca- WOODSTOCK. Ont, Oct. A Penn- sylvania German has been masquerad- ing around bero in tho guise of a oow- boy for some time, buying farms and cutting a wide swath. The field of oper- ation was in a German settlement in Blenheim township, near tho scene of the Benwell tragedy. Tho stranger showed checks 'amounting to 8250, oatt, and whether good or not tbey mesmer- ized the neighborhood. He purchased several farms at high figures, giving notes for payment. He thon took pos- session and began to dispose of the poultry and stock. He also succeeded in capturing one of Blon holm's fair daughters and they were married. Monday be was arrested on a cbarge of horse stealing. It turns out that he is one C. E. Miller, a veterinary surgeon from Pennsylvania who is wanted in that State on several charges. It ia also claimed that be bas half a dozen wivot in the Urumtner for Kmbcxxlauient. NEW YORK: Oct' James C. LOTT, a drummer for M. Gould's Sons, of 105 Duane -street, was arrested yesterday and arraigned at ttio Tombs police court, charged with forgery' to the amount of The firm charges while on the road Levy collected money due his employers from various firms and when. checks wore given him ho forged the in- dorsement of tho firm and appropriated the money to his own use. Levy claims he had full authority to indorse tho checks. He was hold in Sl.OOO bail for examination. From the Hetinomj- yfnrrter. ISK-W OKCEA.VS. Oct Two folding guns suppo ed to have been usod in the Ilennessy assassination were found yes- terday morning near tho scono of tho murder, by a workhouse gang. Thomas Duffy, who shot Scoflidi, ono of tho Ital- ian prisoners, in the parish prison on 17th inst, bas been released under bonds. Scoffidi is recovering. Tho Hennessy assassination has been postponed indefinitely by tbe State. Tfco prisoners wero remanded without bail. Amply with Campftlrn WASirrsr.ToiT, Oct It is asserted at Kepublican headquarters that the Democratic Congressional Committee has sont inio McKinley's' dis- trict: 8V 000 eacb into Gear's, Flick's.' Henderson's and Lacey's districts in Iowa; into each of the four Wost Virginia districts; 85.000 into each of tbe Connecticut districts, and a similar amount into each of eight New Yoric districts. They Bay tbe money was raised New York Pa., Oct A Phila- delphia constable yesterday served war- rants in tbe criminal libel suit of ex- Governor Pattiaon against W. F. Jor- dan, proprietor, and J. J. McLaria, edi- tor of the Morning Call, of this city. Both defendants waived a bearing and gare bail ia tbe sum of (Jl.-VW for their appearance at tbe Quarter Sessions Court ia Philadelphia. wwBB jf Ock sensational cry or "Fraud" tbe dtitcovwy of sorae fa the election flcnrasas ciTca in the official naawal, basis in fact Tbera ara nUtakea ia tbe election flfnrw, bat ia aach caae far tbey are to toe canbavaew aaA.iaaccuraey of tbe local etecttaa X Y., pet aad Brookljra ajraia maul bate y day (a tbe worlds wo, by TWvrr.trh nil d tho i'l. roiiKU At Sr.n tuu otner Julius Pj.-nsiie, MUV-' 'n i j son of ox-M iv.ir t.: City, commitud iuioidc by taking ui.iaa- num. Four Mi'.xioa is root-inly qu over a of car.'.s u.l .1 f.uru .1. il.i.i- tor's Uund. Tex. Ono of thorn killed the other throo and escaped. Tho Ham district of Gcrm.'.-iv !i-.s been visited by heavy falls of suo.v within tho few days, tho avorago depth now being over two foet. At Macon. Ga tho other day, Senator J. W. Robbing of Tall Hottini, waa killed instantly in the fair grounds by a falling polo which was eroctoA for a balloon ascension. The Western Anthracite Coal Associa- tion mot at New York City recently and decided upon a raise of ton cents ton in the price of anthracite coal at Chica- go and all lake ports. liy liio financial report of the exhibi- tion recently hold in Edinburgh, Scot- land, a deficit of is shown. The of tho exhibition have therefore been placed in liquidation. the celebration by Count Von Moltko of the 90th anniversary of his birth, tho vonerable soldiur received up- wards of telegrams and letters ol congratulation from all parts of tho world. At Auburn, N. Y., the works of tho Auburn Company have been seized by tho sherilT on judgments ag grogating S57.21G. Tlio company was formerly called tho E. D. Clapp Wagon Company. In view of the large number of cUssl flcStion and pond Ing before tho Department, Secretary Wlridom ha's appointed an auxiliary board of apvais'ers to aid in disposing of 'the business. The rcco'tit wholesale conversion ol some 300'JewWh studf-nts to Christlsni ty Ifa tbo University at Od'essa was due to the' rejection of their petition to the Russian goYariior to be pormitted. to continue 'their' studies as Je'ws. A portion of the big fualt house1 of tbe George Weidemunn IJrbwing' Company in Newport, Ky., was destroyed by flr< tbe other night, together with tbotisand bushels of trrain, sustaining a loss of about Insuranoo is nol known. The Prexldent bas granted a pardon to Charles II. Condon, convicted in Wy- oming of robbing tho mails anil sen tonced to life imnrisortrnent February 1879. The pardon was granted on couat of Condon's youth and his feeble health. The tin plate manufacturers of VYalei are combining to exclude from access to tbeir factories Russians and other for eigners who seek to learn the secrets o tbe trade, a large number of Russian ex perts having iccently been 'sent to Wales for this purpose 'In tbo canton of Ticino, Switzerland, tbe troubles between the Conservatives and Liberals have, broken out anew ant disorders have again taken place. Tbo federal government bas dispatcher an additional battalion of troops to as gist in restoring order. Russian Colonel ObruUchefT. who is' now 'in Paris, is under from tbe Russian government to con elude an offensive and defensive alii ance between Russia and Franco, and i is said that the progress of his negotia tionn has been highly satisfactory. 'Friends of the late Major Bartteloi are intensely embittered by Stanler'i Insinuations against the character

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