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   Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1890, Salem, Ohio                               THE SA DAILY NEWS. VOL. IL NO. 2G1. SALEM. OHIO, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4. 1890. TWO CENTS. I rCDV fWTTV D A Ulii life I Li D Toss by Fire ill MKB FraucLsco. The (irnnd and Rurlinfftou Hotel Euilditirs Spaced to Ashes. EI> BY TillKVKS. A Cointitl.h- lo U-HI'I in H Fight With kiar  ii> his until huuday Arruins: m thu uur'.r f. lit called in an TV nnifi OHIO in i had 3. aiter-d msrht. A MUp! Int j keeper and. aJj the basoui'- oiniujf thu IJranJ Hotel, in -it of Tn.o occupied bv >V Co., era in pj.mtand artists' Tha flarnos spread r.ipidly t'.t- of thn bl.'c'; bouT-.ded by N. w Moi't- and Second streets, and Nor notifii d of t-io th> .i-.i-l WH'- citizens wet.t in o- l At iv: ---.I- b city, hoarded inn Blvr press on :lio si i', i road to U ok f f.. s. a walked into thf a :V with M-iierr ii one of :ird s-. i w As he did .1 ball s leer pulled his I'lOi'ier.l, an i 1 s airain by a h'P.v a; The thf'd -i-.i-i i- shot t1 e.prost-i'e o "i, at t. o b o. from t' o offer1-, i. a parly of Sv .1 Cot! Tt t lnri'.l. N Y., Nov. The TXe of iiiu t.. r-. ilitp i i Min Interior Ml-. 'Wr-st to T.irnntum d bv I'K Hall ,v LOCK li.iil A. sup- Trade rooa's, Pullman o C..r ol'xo. lito.it .ern tic'-cet ollicn and t'lO rooJiis of tho Syn.in.-aie Cu'iipuMV. The sui.'ko in a.u..M-d tin.- itiuia'.i.-3 of tLu (.tr.ind and '.he nnyton hotels p.nd t'1? fr'fjht- enod sru.'st, to tho sidewalk with what they could carry. Thu gro soon saot up tiie f: enht ble- valor in the rear of tLc ilc-i'id Hotel and a eunera! al-irm brouirht tho remainder of the tiro dt-pariiiiuni to ihu scene. The from of Houtur Bros. Co.'s store blow- out wiiu a loud eiplosion and lartje vol- umes of smoke poured out, almost over- coming tho ilromen. Jacob Underbill, a wine merchant, was overcome by the smoko in the Grand Hotel and was taknn out unconr-cio-iS- Cisbior Weeks, of the Grand, who is B crippled, was almost overcome when ho j was assisted out by the elevator boy. i i i.'. In-1. There were several other narrow os- i afternoon G  ;i "-.e and Pu'lpian wi u-h was lit ihe b.i 1 sink- car. kept its mace s, .1 lohi'iin, MM-i..itl i: of s'.iis i.r.y. en_-inoer l.o slowly on i'.io an 1, .1. W. s-ank, :.t r. Doyle, of Great B.'nl, Pa., on All .s bai p' i'si'lo o'a tho roa' irain. wor.- k.'.led outrlirht, Tnc an 1 of the with their of this C'irs rushed to i -i u of M.i'i i-r, city, and Morton of Great 1'en.L when the mti'-d.-'-o'-s ra-i awiy. They The four men w-r-ro buried under have not 3-01 boen 'l. Groat ex- wreck. Poyle was duy out by tho trfttn. I cito'iiont :n TareTfun and hands with iho assistance some of Hart you read tho cnrrospomli-iu-o with searrhinir pa: a-e o-tta'l yloiij tho the The other throo are tn n -I '1 ..f It- -iiiiull 111 us s >rn' s hwrr J ici. t'ae u r o ih' i.. nt i 'i t .i.u in.I of i'i o' H ''I'.-i'ri-S' .11 th'l :r his was fan: 1 ation of H mvht h o ant iinuii.'ri to th in.ao- wli't-h >n i st ,10 y..ii Mn! n a.l m r i'i'. I ti. e au> iti.-'i i: on tin- fa.r ui'pori outni-'ii s is ,u o ;ual up -iriio'imoiit tin- 1' "I- an.t be [irr'fcc: frtjcdoin au.l c-iual of tui.' ..il a ii' onu 10 t.i 1 b.iu- ity snpi'i.rt an-l 'i iswnrtiivof nt ercr> p blic and ill.In du.il bony City still lu tho wreck. i t murderers. VKJTl.US I i Hv UP- With ul-.l Muiilurs. Vj.. ..-Mo MI-I-U. a j was aislocatod. i. b-l irk- New boil, Creman on the Li Albany raiiroal. Having emptied h's i llenuelt -salked away, n-loi'l1" 'is h" Tn i-miintr out of the alloy wi i-c r-io "hoot'insr oc- curred he tir't M and without a wotd :1 I As by a mirarl" nono of thf passon- were killed -ind only o-io of thpm Mrs. Thomas Corcoran, of KufJiilo, was sorious'y i'i urod Mis Con'or.in was en hor way homo from C-inland, had two ribs broken also sustained se- vere, iniurios to her  T' 111 i l.r.r chani-.-ii of vorv doubt- I i .1 rui_ I or iiifitor. M-.I-'.I ie', Tiorney. of 'Jreat J i UUl tj I head brakeman on t'io coal train, w 19 would umrt A PK.OV T t VMCS. ntei iii i- T-irr Six M Ov.T the finest in world. It was tion startod in tho basouion1., four gtorips hijfb, and Uad a frontaijo of WO feet. Two yeari ajfo about half of the block was leased to parties and wag cailod the Burlington Hotel. The loss, including tho buildings, stores, furniture and stocks is estimated at The fire ii believed W bo duo to the spontaneous combustion of in- flammable materials in Houtcr Bros. Co.'s place of business. Thi-il v. Nov l -Pur the soc- Oud time in loss th.'.n six months, Sp.muol W. White's carpet and rug mill was de- stroyed by firo Monday Mr. Yt'LiLu'b factory ual.u a o.i .j.lilO and he was to rosumo work last nifrbt, after baviii- reb-iilt, when the mill was .vain Tho oonflasrra- ich was iilled w uh dry rujr and ingrain carpet yarns, on v.hich tho hands wr-ro to com- menco work The fin, pnpposorl to bare bn 'n rtti" to spontaneous combus- tion. Tnat portion of mill which was burned was us- d fur carp' t- The los-; will bo botw-on in.su'-auco not asce; rained. Oenles the Churff" of Coivarflicn. FAI.I, Nov. Contain J T. Allen, of t.hc schooner Cor- nolius has informed his rol- j ativos here that he will remain In Phil- j adolphia till or so Ions: as there is anv prospect of raisine tho sel. He (Vnios the charges cowardice ajrainst him and says h" will the niafor riyht Captain Al- i ii'Ti. v.ho.sa rp-uloiit of ih.s has uiany frioidr, v. 1 o bo'ieve hi in in- canabl'i of loavinir a siilur t.i drown as i Mate r nf-c hrr. of lilt I'a.. Nov. niijhti Gcorso E. "f I'. Rochostrr it railroad, was knocked down and of by an unknown man. Alien was taking tho money to the express II" was tcet near the freight of-ice by the thief, who commanded nini to "stand and do- liver." He- refuse I. whoroiipon tho man hit him in tho with tho butt sad of the re-.olver, knocking him down knd fc.icaping with tho money. Oictl From KANSAS CITV, No- .T. iaras, twcnty-fi-c years old. ompioyed at ti'j Si.i'-'-c Yards, (liel ys-ij-i.iv in Ar- Armature cm a Strllt... LYSN, Mass.. X.iv I -The .r-'na' i-e winders of tho Tho-iin-toi-H Kler-.. trie Company have s-- i -k to resist a re- duc'.ion in r'lfioon of the sixlv men ompioyel in i dep left Monday >in 1 tin- .soon a-< they ha1 f 1 The- strike :s r.'-fr-.'-l ro m arinat ires rail '.ay -r ment in fie ui'.'n O i fr.ist r.irni.-'l. PIIJI No-.. ue.v anl nOToi trust has .ust been cmisurjimaled bv the St.iudartl Oil otnpiay, :n- all iiie c craft plrini betwren Pni.adelphia and Ku- bad'y in-ii'-r-d At the time of tho i collision fio was in the cab with Doy'.o and l-Vrnan. waitintr for tho pasanniror i tr-tin to pais. H'J was buri'.'d in liio wreck, but was goloutln a unn'ir..' i Ti; r'n.id on an average 't for laad. nia'cin: n total o-t of o.er S'.''.'i.O "i. In Mi sat'1.' "T ,'ie reason .w t s rno-.e is to sa.-e tn vivn tn Ihf .ipjiliciltlotl Vtiur ImputliiK rr.uidu ILUI to olherk ratlu-r ihul us our yu'ty tb! an liicrciis..j p .pulatlon UK a.aanlan-e. iho eoiuit of tho police luk.'u as it h.'H bron slnro tho police NTcw Ycirk has been madn purtisan, n--cJii vtr> ulos.'st ncrutlujr and analysis. The chiu't'iis LOW iK'int; uiado lu Vork lUt'jiinst tbt' citv Lrov. niQioTit b) Di'mociats nro not uf u k.afl to u-H eve any work Uono by it f-orj Ihe frnvfcst of rockloss parti.san ship. our iu-( l.i-rctoforo oonlluod to in tcrviews uud Mump spppchrs. bi-yau even be- fore Ihe enumeration u ;is ani.O'.U'i'cil. Sciruc of the Di-rnocruU'; in wsp.ipers m York ami iln- c fiuni Tillers' work vprx by cti il'n.j fie pr- jinlu-c o! ignor- atK-e U'.'lii'iil u an.I 't is to be tli.vt yju. aboiuly as .lulv 11-1 adili-psi bo ftire the i lu'.i at iniiuinapolis in uhit-h y ubulc-'h ass ulcO thu LVnsus Oilloo and its n.J ass, i u-d, wrhoul any whatrvcr lliil s LTU% evil purposo w h (-h you now iL'e onti.illy You tl'.cn reiieati'd the uewsoapijr cntK-isiua and gpolce of tho army .if iniiniiitors sent prying into ..itr lions s rtlnent ipn'stioi'-.. mal fals-e recnuU." etc.. and you did not fail to no- tice llu possib'u L'ftni-t of all in nusnu; popular (lisiriial nnd disincliiuitiun to to lho You :ut in thcso efTorts to any LoiisiuVmblu rifitreo. but foi any uiaccuracn i thai mai exist You srt thu UA-auiplc by de nounc'np u law of and thus He v'.ol .lion yfnir li_ss iiCfnrntft poltlical fol- low Your a.Dd C'niluinoiis partisan us- suul'.i upou h-L- u had a taril UH- wbii-.h pasiiy rncd That luotivp points to nn unjust i C'-riainly shiili not promom. i L itf bul just thAt thtfrft bo no delay in complpti'ig the nuas'as. that thh purposes for it is InicnOu'l mar bu afM-omp'isboil "'on fnrthT tthssrtod in Ihe sppp.'h men tinned, that "il (the llrpnblican partj l will nut repudiate that pvu moru plainly duclun.-d poll cy of breaking the povv' r of tlic solid Jsonth in !'r> siflf.-'iiijil as wi-ll ;i3 f'O'iiiresaionai bv tho vast of p ipulation la tiiat six t on of tho country during flernd" Th" tnr'ils no rnmpl.iim whale-'er has b -en r'-, ou-p.l from any Southern Stale, a-- :i stale tno census; and tno only of an .Tioneons (liinii'iition of populalio.i uad ropre-. ntali-m by- a Stalo from tnp Hppublir-a-i of Orf-on out uf tut-W.7sl in ml th- Stall's and T'-r.-ito-U's. th' ha- I- no whal ever fro-n M-.-ronotn iM I'.i.irnv -n or-1 -en There liaa u IT-' n r1 e-nj.Ia'nl 'torn any h ern oil- luat h is 'li y tin-] s.iti-i factor 'v wth'.r s.iv- at il. -al r.-as.- r fn id an in ,i i n .i-iiv rope. cr.-i'1 Thf soi a'nii- uf Ihe deal is to s w ni''.i aa lie cart, a! is inlo o plant, charges ay, while down in m-A- tlung could bo done for fiftr ;r pr ro c; Stanil.ir-1's ucts a l I Sr. Loris. NOT. 14. n. member of the sjrand jury of thoCrirr.- j inal Ojurl, ha-> '.'.'.'.i .1 fvr j.ju apainst the   n ,i natnlv oulr tw.. 
                            

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