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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1890, Salem, Ohio THE SA.LEM DAILY NEWS. VOL. II, NO. 259. SALKM. OHIO, SATURDAY. XOVEMBER l. 1890. CENTS. r I nqm ifciMi IMS LOST liy the cT Tv.o Vessels A Sohoonf-r Cras'i (ho Yizcuya Oil' Ji-r- S 'V Co-st. Only Twelve Persons Out cf Seventy- seven Rescued From the Steamer. li.f Ma-it-; :-f t'.if Almost KcaJy to .Sunken ,-t Driii. From XKV. Xov. 1 morning the steamer Hu-rb d.1.-. P.l'i'-k, from Rio Janeiro, s.i-.v tl.e of tho steamer Vixrava c.-vered twelve men. Tho 01 them and took th'-t-i M-.st '.'1 of the .u-ro s of tho Vis- caya's crew. A schooner bound north at >ovea o'clock Thcr-day niglit ran iur.. The r. s people say that tho schooner ch-ingc-l her cor.r-io within a letiLrth of the Th" and iu tive minutes the steamer down. Tno were all deck on the st-.-imer, and that portion of tbo crow on the dock took to th" masts. A boat from the- schoo.u-r with five sail- i ors in it piukod u a lad from the wator who had gone from the strain- er, and rowed for tho shore. It is sup- posed that tho boat load was saved, j The Vizcaya bad seventy-seven people on board. Th" captain w.is drowned. All of the twelve saved wore mc-uttifets of the crew. The captain of the Viscaya was Francisco Cunill, a trusted and ono of the most experienced oilicers of tho i company. At the time of thocollision nearly all j of tho Vizcaya's crew were asleep, be-i ing worn out with tho hard work at- j tendant upon leaving port. Only those on duty were up and about. Kcforo the lashiiigof tho boats could be taken oil preparatory to lowering, tho Vizuaya's docks were under water. j Tho steamer was a staunch, seaworthy j vessel and had been entirely renovated i and now cabins placed in her a cornpar- atively short time ago. The following is the list of passengers: Juan Pedro, M. A. Calvo, wife, sou and maid: Mr. Purr and throe children. Mr. A. liui.se, Jose Acaihia, Ramon Juan F. Hedtuan, Oscar Islaur, Ligui Pellion, Jose Garcia. Tho captain was lost and all the passengers wont down. All the others lost of thn crow. Of the schooner's crew it is thought that all were lost but tiie five who got off in the ship's boat, so that thu total number drowned may be ovorseventv-fivo. Juan Pedro was one of the owners of tho ves- sel Mr. Calvo was a partner in tiie Qrm of Francke Co., a big sugar house in Havana. Captain Black, of the Humboldt, said: were passing Barncgat at o'clock Thursday night. There was a heavy swell on and something of a fog. It was such a night as one might expect to undergo an uncanny experience. Suddenly I heard an awful yelL In the distance wo could just discern a sight as would bring terror to the most experi- enced mariner. This was what I saw: On a couple of masts, with their heads just lifted clear of the water, several human beings wore clinging. They clung with the desperation of death, and although thoy had been in the cold water for nearly twelve hours they ap- parently hoped against hope that some- thing would occur to save them. ;A COMi'Li-IliO IvM.'CIv-OUT. tti'iPtl ;i> t'h'u-.iyo CHIC-.M.O, Xov. 1. A mem- ber of tho lot'sl" telegraph -aid y. ti.at at the :uo-. tin.: this week order agreed :o surrender its Charier oo'iitdi-f ,v demands of the cou'.d not p stand tho t'res-ure." this gentle- :.i'.: .-.i.dSt. Paul lu.: i -.ig-> P-rothi'rho'iii, between -4U') is now a t.'i.nt: of the past." OMMIA. Xoh.. Xov. dis- in- :-.l'.-rs o: th" Telou'-aph iip.-r.i'i.rs' 1 ,-i i'.ivo airrf oil tn si_rn nn at'rt izations, and ling win be of tho I'ni.'-i. i ,e t o iv.etu- bers have been this on o1" promi- the operators atiu tho cj ALASix '.'.S C'KNSUS. ft) v< U-j-lM) the Population of tho United Exclusive of anil rht) 1 on of Alt.ka. Ciu-l.- c T, i: Xov. I'otrofT, n of his :n ton. ard is 'msilv n his re-port. "The of oplo is ovor' with.'' Mini Mr. ;.i all tbo ru- lurns aro iivi y. i I 111 bo delayed til! next A portion of the return- w as r.oi r.-.'iivid owing to the failure of the r- vessels to1 stop for them, as ua-. exp-cted, and those of tiie fur ronuiro a long time for t" Fa- cilities for aie tin.- very evon tho mails depend on pedestrians and canoes, j "I employed onumorat'irs who had; lived long inuu the language af. the From the1 dataat iuy command I the whole populaliiin to bo between and! r.S.OOO, about one-seventh of v, are white people." AN ASYLUM Inili t John- "As wo drew noa-. I i'rurlfj IV..i Ulrl In .1 tlun. Ind.. Xov son, a young woman a! out tuovy-fivo years of aro. who ha-, no home, was ad- rritrcd to the Uela'.va-o Coi.nty inlirm-. ary about four years g The girl was j healthy in evt ry except ;bat bbu j was subject to fit.--. On thr' of August lust olio was taken tc the Richmond asylum. She bad been there inn, a short .i -K- when ,-uo was discharged a? cure i. rc- turned to tho infirmary she of being sore, and upon in vu-ugalion the fact was revealed that La.d be-on whipped, Lor body fn-m head to being black and blue, and in places tin: bruises woro running sores. Sho re- lates many cases of outrageous treat- ment whilo there. In a I'cniikylvnnm Town. CITKSTKU, Pa, Xov. genuine cr.se of leprosy has boon discovo'-i 1 "t there is much Dr. Evans received a call from a Swede named John Anderson last week, and not being able to diagnose the caac to his own sat- isfaction he sent tho man Univer- sity Hospital, Philadelphia. There the doctors pronounced the case ono of lep- rosy. Anderson will be sont to thci coun- ty almshouso at Lima, Pa., whore he will be conSnpd in a separate building until death relieves him of the loath- sorno disease. gave a yell of delight. Xot ouo of them could spoak K-iglibh, i.ut vu know that their Spanish ejaculations were words j of thanksgiving for their providential j rescue from w.itery graves. lowered the boats with willing hands, pulled away wi'h a cheer and were s-ion alone- j side of the unfnrtunn.tos. Th'-y were brought aboard an I mad" as as permit. Tho sailors di-i everything they could to minister to tho comfort of tho rescued. "Aftertho roscuodm somo- j what roeovered their com re thov related tb" awful ,y night a- well ,15 they cotild. Thn exlremo. Many of the in the cabin when the cr i-h .r.-t The boat sank in minv. af'.-r t The of UST foot long and had for fifty passengers. Sh" wn.- barken- j tino ripg-d. Tho carg" of tho Vizraya was a irenorai one. comprising lumrujr. 1 hardware furniture and aia- chinery. Th" wholf. was v.il-jod at Tho vcs.vl insured bv PIT i confidential of :'v 1.. Tlrug Company, is iiis ae- counts are shorL For tho pa-l year he has rivc-d '..oi.iii.I hi- i Harris Co. say j tin: yc'iintr man i-. hi.; d" hi TV.. A! si.'Ti 1 ef-.r- tie ,1 -o' This cover about uf j to ST. Lori-. Xov. 1. wholesale j dealers 'and jobber-, nave. whi-kv tr..-t v.i-, .vi.iskr- Iiicr.-aHp Since tSS) i. -i.S'i tho of i Xov. Consus Office yosu'-rday announced tho popuia tion to 20: which rises from SO to Maryland, which drops from 2'i to 27; Colorado, which rises from 33 to Vermont, which drops from 32 to 3d; Washington, rises from 42 to 34; Delaware, drops from 3S to 4-J: Xevada. which drops from 43 to 40; and Arizona, which drops from -14 to 43. The average change in rank i.s i2 places. Tho population of tho States and Ter- ritories, together with increases since 1SSO, is placed as follows: NOKTMKHX I'lVIaluN. States. Population. Inrrrav fihio M-.-hi-an.........-J.U-.I..JJ Mi) an vs.'. n; -1 'ii7 ATHNII'- tUVI- .'11 N'Tlh ing Company. Tho capital :s and a sito at Rock b'-en se- cured for tho of a plant. Thrj- 322.HT.-) Sho T an iron York vr-lt and -f r.vr. S.-rvico i Commission, Mnt an ax-r-.- ti'.n. to t'r.o t'r.at it aro in r 'V l Sta'-s iiuii it.1- HIM vx Activity in ashu-ss Still Con- li Cities St. Note a Koaotiou. 'inviTIT sa doa'ings ,if that li'lt at u'arlv a'l riuos tra lo oontinuos romark- and the payments Ihrousrh 11 clearing out.Mdo Xow York >r tho o: Ootobor will probably tho largest ov.-r record.-d in any isonlh. exooivlini: thoso of last iVtolur >y .ibi-.it por ci'iit tiioso of 'ast May. whii.'h i and tho .irge-.'. evor known, bv about ton por F trade for the month will provo iiim-.h tlio largost ovor ;nown, and tho great iudusirios aro all -.inusuallv nctiie. foundry iron is horo, 't 1'hilaiolphia and at Puisburgh, but il.-ssonior iron is weak a'id at 1'Ht.sburgh 'owor. with st >ol rails tifty cents lower, nisatrroemouts in tho association are ro- oorted and tho market here is demoral- with sales ropjrto.l at .it mill. October trade in coal was below expec- tations, but an advance of ton cents 111 rico h beiMi ordered and the output for Xovombor fixnd at tons. Cotton is a quarter lower, with goods unchanged and in active demand and aUing.s by Northern .spinnors fully up .o last year's. Tin; packing business is leavy arid pricos of porlc products Uoady, with hogs sixty coats por 10J pounds lower. SpoonliLtion bas not remarkably tctivo in br.'.adstul's, though who.it is lalf a cent burlier on sales of bush Is and corn has rison conts on salos of bushels, oats being stronger Oil has tjoclined about on s-iiall trading. Sugar, both raw ind rerinod. is a shade lower. Hut tho ,-o.iora1. avnrago of prices is a fraction ingher a week ago. This accounts in part, for thu enormous volume of PX- ,-aaugijs throughout tho country, but there remains a-n apparent increase of over six per cont. in tho of busi- nrss. ovi-bisiv.' of trio diir.jronco in pricos. Tho oxnorts from this oort for four weeks have b.-on larircr in valuo rlian yoar, when October exports for tho wholo country were near- ly S'.IS.000.OOd which indicates for tho month much iho largost movement on. I inportrj hero aKo show an in- ovor Kit year of so that tho for tho month may reach Tin- OrU-u.iiI IVirkiiir- Dcm.l. .K Hnr-K-. Ar'c.. Xov. opinion of .ludgo P. C. Caldwoll, of tho United .States Circuit Court in tho origi- nal package of II. M Vloot, of Iowa, wiis fllou yestorday. The court holds that the act of Congress and tho laws of th'.- S'ate aro valid. After citing the act of Congress and tho Stato laws, tho opinion includes: "It is mt tho Stato law. hut tho original package that isdoad." Tho denied Van Vloot's petition for from prison and reirianded him to tho custody of tlio Stato authoritios in execution of tho sentence imposed upon him. An to KniiuMir-fkfiit. Xov. I. In an addrosrj to the voters of the noun try. issued ves- th" Kepablican CoiiLTeysional tho p-irtv. 'and- Die M'-K'inl-y bill and ai- 'he Dettjoernts ar'- prernririf T.I fr-i iule'-tly '-I'-'-t D'-in.i- in liepubli'-an dis- trir'.s in the South. The eurnmitt'-o ur_re, .-very to bo at the polls on o'.o'-rion day and says that tho Republicans ran next House if will tsko it. "They have only u, g" iho and adds tbo com- Tnitt.en_ A rorp.irntl.iii Out. Xov. n.-ise of Syl- .li.r! i, tre.-imiror of tho York f: X'ew .I'-rs'-y and Lamb As-oriation. to ser-.uro a pen- alty of from Dennis Harrington for withdrawing from the which boon on trial for a wook in th" cocrt of common pleas, in a vf-r-li'-t for the dofendant. Tho d'-- of Mr. Harrington wis thr.t iho was unlawf-.il and in ro- strain t of trado. N'-'i.. Nor. 1. 'in John vV. of th'; Ca- nadian C'.'TrjpariT at Montr'-aJ. ith apwar-Js i th ronjpany's Br. II XOT. of r. Tror. Ir. fact T; VftSwOAS S-.TK ari.i haTids JO2ft- Tbft report that K> lie wreck at one l Kroon ar.d a forost C: Thich wa? on tho w are ir Til.. Xor. town -n !r '-r tllt> Pint Month KVIT Both Impurlt Slioiviiif An tnonnoiK lu- Yoeic. Xov. L O. Dun .tCo.'a Wpo.i.y of Trado says: a i-ios, n.'tibly St. Louis, there is tlio activ- .t.- u ,-.i i-'-va.lod just bo; TO tho now for tho A t. AnntliiM- l.sd I'roiu Sr. .loux, X. U., 1. -Tho wildest for v harb.ir Thursday. 1: is southwest, and tl.eroforo iho shipping v.-as pro- tootod by Iho Ti-.o voloritv of iho wi mill-.-, .ui hour. oi giv.r.or violonco. has boon doiio to tho break w.i stor-.a was at its h.-k-h: and liundrods woro watching tho waves bri-akinir ovor tho railway track at I'uiou street, A terrific wind blast lifted Frod Minidoo, a-_'od thirtoon, from into tho rair- iiigsoa. Frod n. who worked in a f.u-'.orv near by, pluug. ,1 i-i to r.'.M-u.' i .n io-l'l him up for :w -nty tiiLiutos, when tho lino to t'..o life 'i.: ;i-) i drifted on; into C-.ii: tu.-y sank, but r--: on'fo.- aluio-t .1-1 hour in the rag: s i of sands i: >t ho thro.v ,ip hi-, i -.vent Koth b .'.ie, -AW j, I v.hou tho tido wont o-.1. onTO iUJi Ulilij. A or Fror.i of tho suite. CASK. nrt on s lfor- j Ci.KVKt.ANU. Xov. 1. O'Dris- j coll was tinod an I en-'s bv .ludjfe Jvicka in the Fnited Slates District Court Friday. Over a a-') O'Dris- coll. who is a nension atto-'v v. M ar- ro.stod on nuiuiirous cn.t.-ijea m' and exlorliu.'i from cllt'ii'-: vari- ous trial.- ,tud hoarine'-. the up yesterday for tlnal si-tt'.ouient. o Dris- co.l found of vv oid- n "f tii, Intf in tin- MntiiT Xnv. follow- ing circular issuo 1 Fri iav aftoruoon lias boon telograpiioil tn tho lino of the Uoa ling railroad, with iiutriictiims to post in a couspu-.u- OUR place, t'opios have also boon inailod to tho suix'riiitond Mits of tho various shops, heads of dopartmonts wore itistruct.od to post tho notico: To all omp'oycs It is ruuiorod that an attompt has bo >n mado by subordi- nate ollicials of tho company to coorco employes to vote for favored candidates for public ollico, through threats of dis- missal. Nocxcessof partisan zeal should induce anyone to violate the law, and tho management will under no circum- stances tolurato any interference from any quarter with tlio free and unro- strictod oxorciso of the right of em- ployes to vote in ac'-ordaneo with their individual proforonres. A. A. MrLK.on, President. ACTOK U'S CUIAI1C. Touiul r.nilty of .M .lighter for SHoot- Imr Kin Wtto'it I'ttrntnotir. XKW YORK, Xov. twonty hours' deliberation UP- jury in tho trial of actor Charles C. came into court yestorday with a verdict, of guilty of manslaughter in the Ilr.st dugroo, which moans imprisonment for tho old actor of not less than tlvo years, nor more than twonty. Counsel for tho pris- oner mover) for ii .stay of judgment for ono week, in which to prepare for anew trial. The motion w is gran tod. Tho shooting of McX'dll, for whtc.h tho actor was convicted, took place Au- gust McXoill was a young onirino.or and had boon unduly iutimato with .Mrs. TTobstor. When her husband was ap- praised of tho fact ho became onragod. McXoill hoard of his anger on August 1'.) and sought out U'ohstT to "settle tho malVr. When Webster saw McXoill in his residence ho shot him twice and ho died almost instantly. Webster's defense was insanity. FA1LKI> FOit WannructurnrN .if ClntMnjf In Cni- ClttfAfio, Xov. confes- sions of judgmont. aggregating woro filed in tho Circuit Court yester- day by fj'iopold Uros. it Co., tho big wholesale doming firm at Franklin Street. Leopold Hros. A: Co. are tho largest firm of tho kind in this city and tho news of tboir trouble created great durpriso in tho wholesale clothint' tnulu. Their liabilities will aggregate i. Tho (irm was ostabliHhed in IS'.'J and did a business of about a year. Tho of the money mar- ket and of collections aro the reasons for the failure. Tho rrial reason, however, i-i t" the rediifti'in "f their capital, .-auserl :lie death of two of tho tiartners and th" withdrawal of mon--y interest by their widows. KTcntfnl U'.-.-k for -i Ilniky Cii.'.rrA.V'i'.'.A. Xov. far this weok .7. F. Cony.-r, a l ter in tbis''jty. who also rnrn a saio-m. has had a liv.-ly ,1. ing bo [ireach'id and !a.- ho had his whisky tniii i-i Sunday night bis n man in iho boad in his p.-' day afternoon ho broke a a. y ovor his wifo's head. Monday night thoro was a lively row in Tuosday he 'ired at a ;nan and day ho before tho recorder. for P.-u, Xov. H. Jlis-jtj.or. of Pottttown, on Pbiladolpbia .v. Heading shifting crew, whom th" i jury fixo-I the for the .iis- thU on ianl Saturday in two lives wor" has ..n e T. MH iho ve a.id a m-w tri.ii. I 1 Aiionii-y not being iiiili. tn i.. i ad- ditional for a nolle Of the indii-tniout. All lie: riotiU -noro roi-oniuion.led M.I tho one th-- v POU--IMU iii' from lli'.s a formor jury uud the ib'li tue deter ;-.i .ir.d M xx'-rir.i.ii o.. Xov. 1 T '-.mns woro arrostod horo for a ridooa tlio I'ittsburgh, l-'t. NVavrio .V- Chifago road. they woro evanntiOd anura- bor of razors and two iv. :ill now, uero found. Thursday evening ono of thorn, who gave his n-mi" Charles .liiitico. agoil oight'-oi. that they bad hurglamod a imr.lwnro store in St. Jusopli, Mich. ll-> .says :hat he also time in tho .loliet nonltcn- tiary a short tune ago. h-.vmg b..nn con- victed of burglary nt Ashland, 111. onirom Kifcteil tin- Coi.UMurs, O.. Xov. l.--Tlio Ohio Statti Dental Associa.i.m ooiicludod Ua business and adjourned to meet in tbls city on tho spcorid Tu.-'A lav !n Do- cembor. irfiil. Tho o'licors were olnc'.od for tho I'ros- idout. 11.-. 1C. G. First Vicu Prosidcnt, Dr. .1. R. Calhihan. Cin- ciuiiiai; second Vii-u t, Ur. Guorso II. Wilson, I'nino -.vi'.Io; Socre- tary. Dr. Otto Arno'd. Co'uinliir: Assist- ant .Secretary, Dr. !i -nry !.i ir.'ios, Cluvo- laud. ItcullK-llii idf.'tH X'ov. In UMI of Louis Rtiomiilin nt al. Mayor Woshy, of Cincinnati t-ie Court overruled tlio motion for 'oavo to file pptif.lortH in orror to ih-'1 Suo'-rior Court of Cincinnati, holdinrr '-hat "tbo petition .Lulow does not tpaitc a for an in- jtt'f.ction." Ltnlosa fiirt.lioi' aro instituted thu iu..yor will appoint the nuw Hoard of City AlTair? lor Cin- cinnati. of II i; l-li 0., Nov. 1. -A groat many furmors In this vu-inity are auf- foring Novoro loss from nog i-.iiolera their hogs. .John oa 1'uint Cruuk, bus lost thirteen out of a drove of sixty, and W. L. Stinson, Lyn- don, lost ton out of a drove of forty. tntT r.Tfn NOT. ar'-s at r.'- TIFKIN, O., Xov. 1. f, Will- iard, D., lato president of lloidol- berg C'ollege, of this city, has boon c.locled to tho of in L'rsinus Ccdlogo, CoMoffovillo, Pa. I lo has not yet decided to ucypt the profTored position. Vliilnii'.t I'IIM. O., Xov. Thn entire weekly edition of tho Times waa detainod at tho pcist-otlico liy thr' post- master Friday rridrninjr on a--'- ot the publisher violating !'r' -1 laws by send ou t a e.intrary to s. in-n-.-t i. r 1 1 fin. i X.iv. -A from Ogdeu City, tho body of detective .lame, v. of this city, who s. IK.-OH
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