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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1890, Salem, Ohio THE SAI.EM DAILY NEWS. VOL. NO. SALEM. OHIO, WEDNESDAY AUGUST 20. 1890. TWO CENTS. by Passengers au Old Colony Train. on Eighteen Persons Hurled Into Eter- nity With Scarcely end's Warning. frightful Calamity Takes Place Near Quincy, Score of Peo- ple Badly Injured. JUMPED THE TBACR. Locozuotlre and Eight freight Can Roll Down Traluinen Killed an'l One Fatmllj injured. SARATOGA, N. Y., Aug. Dela- ware Hudson engine d'awinjf a freight train jumped the track at a point near Port Henry, on Lake Champlain, yester- day afternoon, and the engine and eight cars rolled an embankment in a heap, making a terrible and costly wreck. The engineer, Frank Carrier; fireman Parks and head brakeman, Fred Terry, wore buried beneath the wreck. Carrier and Terry were instantly killed and Parks was so badly crushed that his Terrible Work of a Cyclone at AVilkesbarre, Pa. Mauy Persons Killed by Being Cangrht Under Falling Walls. r.ocomotive Fell Over on Coach ,nd the Oocapanti to BOSTOX, Aug. terrible accident occurred Tuesday on the Old Colony riilroad, by which seventeen passen- gers and the fireman were instantly killed and the engineer and twenty pas- sengers injured, some fatally. The train, which was the Vineyard express, due in Boston at p. m., and consist- ing of six parlor cars, when within 100 feet of President's bridge and running at the rate of forty miles an hour, jumped the track, the engine immedi- ately toppling over and tho first passen- ger coach on the top of it The engine set fire to the train. The passengers for the most part injured by es- caping steam, many being frightfully scalded. The Quincy fire department was called to the scene and shortly afterwards the frfc was extinguished- doad and injured were removed from the scene, the latter being taken into private bouses and the Quincy hospitals. S. A. Holbrook, of Brooklyn, one of the occupants of the fll-fated train, came out of the wreck without a scratch. He was soat d in the car back of the smoker with a friend, W. L. Miner, and near him sat General Wales, of the first brijrado. The train was the express to Brocton, and from Brocton the express to Boston. It left Brocton at Just this side of President's bridge (so- called because the former residence of John Quincy Adams is near by) the en- gineer whistled down brakes. The train began to shake as if shivered bf the shock of an earthquake. Then came a ntjy sent onboard the mail steamer bound north before the storm abated. Since then no advices have been received as to whether the Portland Lloyds and other vessels weathered the gale or not THE NATIONAL G.V31E. Record of Events on Association Hrotherhood Following are the scores of games: NATIONAL LEAGUE. At 4, Chicago 7. Second 3, Chicago 18. At At York 3, Boston 4. AMKlllCAX At 3, ColumbusfJ. At St 14, St. Louis 9. PLAYRHS' LIIAGUE. At At rain. At 10, Phila- delphia 2. At New 3, New York 8. THE LAW-MAKERS. Consideration of Senator Quay's Reioln- tlon to Fix the Order of Business Post- Agricultural College BUI Pttiscd. Auf. House debated for an hour vriViout action the Alien Land bill. After some debate an order reported from the Committee on Rules was adopted setting asnle Tuurs day and Sciturday of this week for the consider- ation of business from the Committee on Agri- culture Tho Agricultural College bill was then taken up and passed Quay's roso'iition to change the rules and fii a programme Tor tlio sosioa w cut tassoda the cyclone is fearful, many districts being laid in ruins and a number of peo- ple are homeless. The loss will reach hundreds of thousands, of dollars. All the wires in the elec- tric light and blown down. Trains and locomotives which wero at the depot were blown over and wrecked- over until a prncp to The Senate pas Wll granting right ol way through lands in Utah and House bill authoruing for the purchase of the western pirt of the Crow reser vation tn Montana. The tarn! bill was up and Mr. Plumb vlthdrevr to ta" ?.n plate para- graph, announces that he woul'l olTer it later in the'Suuate. Somo made v Uu the bill._________________ Oirls Tarred anil Feathered. OUEEXSBUKO, Pa., Aug. 20. Late Monday night two yonns girls residing at Shafton went ta Mansur, and wfcile there thoir conduct, it soeins, disgusted several of the young of tao town. The girls having disregarded a warning to stay away, the young mon concluded to resort to extreme measures. After stripping the girls tho boys applied coat of tar and foathers and then marched them out of town. _ of Conn.: Alice of Mrs. Oscar of LoaisfCie, Kj- butsr- seventy. Louisville, Kr.: P. j. eoaSaed u> taw Mostoeiier. Vt.: -Toim Bran, I Boston. Sresianof train. Font two sen and two bey of Total 13. following died during the after- ar.i eveainjT: Mrs. A. C. 'Wells. Ss-Jfori. Conn.; a daughter of EL Keystone rytUians' Conclave. Pa., Aug. Grand. Lodgo, Knights of Pythias, of Pcnnsyl vania, met in annual session hero Tues day, the meeting to continue four days Abtfut 500 members aro in attendance There are Knights of Pythias in Pennsylvania, an increase ovor last yea of The 424 loAges in the State hare paid out for the relief of brothe: knights and tor burials Treaty of fence ArrnnRp-J. SAS A'ljr- Esota has received a telegram from Dr Gallnda, tho confidential agent of Sal Tador, now in Guatemala, saying tha the terms of the treaty aai boen ar ranged. Dr. Galinda says in his di; patch that the treaty mist favorabl to Salvador. All the points demanded by Eieta have been conceded by the G u atem al an government- Jfobon In SARKAOASSSTT PJEP- E. I., Au_. 20.- night seventeen persons whc had partaker, of ice cream at the Hole' Berwick were taken with voraiUng. hav inj been poisoned by the crc-im. Pbysi cians were called ani up .1. lifjj practice. The danger was all ovr-r 03 The streets aro blocked with fallen trees and buildings. Four men are known to have been killed in the Hazard wire rope works, and the total number killed in the city so far is reported at twelve. Three miners were killed by the fall- ing in of a house on Scott street. The minew had returned from work but a short tirna when tho building collapsed and buried them in the ruins. A little colored girl was killed by a falling building on Sonth Main street. A man and two horses wero killed by tho fall- ing of lumber at Kytle's planing mill. Two men were killed by the falling of a portion ot Stesrnaier's brewery. An- other was killed in S. L. Krowa'a brick building on East Market street, which was demolished. Koports thus far re- ceived indicate the death of fifteen or sixteen others. 200 buildings are wholly or partially wrecked. One hun- dred tin roofers have boen telegraphed for and building mechanics of all kinds can iind Tho Murrrvy shaft fan-house was blown down and ttio tin stopped. There are twenty-soven men in the mine, but it is hoped they can be got out safely. from Sugar Notch, a mining town three miles from here, that tho destruction to property is terri- ble and that fifteen persons were killed. Coal breakers bavo boon more or less at Parsons and Mill Creek, our railes irom here, and ten men are eportcd to havo boen killed. All com- munication is out off and the telegraph wires are down in all The names of the killed so far as cnown at this time are: John Fritz, a aborer in tho spooLmill at the Ilazard iriro rope works, taken from tho dobris lorribly mangled; Evi Martin, a baker, Buried beneath a falling smokestack, two horses were also killed; Bur- roll Bendenmeyer, salesman for Hartley Co.. grocers, instantly killed by a fall- ng building; Peter Tlittonmoycr, skull irushed by the falling in of Frod Jacobs' lotel; Samuel Rouse, killed by falling :irnbers. Ho was a machinist at the Hazard woiks. Joseph Korn, a milkman, was blown from his wagon and was found -00 away, lyiug on tin Le- Valley railroad with his head crushed. Adam Frantz, of the firm of Jones was struck by flying timbers and has since died: George Hamilton, an employe of Stegmaier's browory; Mamie Thompson, aged six years, blown against a house and instantly killed; John Kleinkauff and a Hungarian, name unknown Tho mayor has requested the Ninth regiment of militia to assemble this morning to aid in tho polico supervision of the city. He also requests all idle workmen to report to him for employ- ment in clearing away the debris from the streets. Aug. cyclone nearly destroyed the villages of Som- merville and Harveysville, near "VVilkes- barre, and did much damage at Reading. lasted until a late houv last evening. Vice President Webb and Superintend- ent Voorhis spent the night at tho Grand Contral depot, awaiting develop- ment1'. The conference ended about eleven p. m. No conclusion was reached and another mooting will be held this morning. Messrs. Powderly, Hayes, Holland, Wright, Swoony, Sargent, Howard and Wilkinson were tho con- ferees. Mr. Sweeny denies that the men have returned to work at Buffalo. BUFFALO, N. V., Aug. sensa- tional report was published Tuesday afternoon that tho strike had been set- tled and that Superintendent Burrows had been ordered to take the strikers back. It was stated that the informa- tion was given by a director of the road in the city. Sherman S. Jewett, the only local director of the road, was found at the Bank of Buffalo shortly after noon. "I know nothing of such a said he, "except what I have just read in the newspapars. 1 know I have not made such a statement. It may bo that some other director is here and gave out the information, but I know nothing of it" It was learned later that Judge Grimes, of Lancaster, was authority for the statomont and that he claimed that Mr. Burrows had shown him the dis- patch ordering him to reinstate tho strikers. Several attempts were made during the afternoon to see Mr. Burrows in order to learn tho truth of the state- ments made. Ho was busy in his private office with tho officials of the Lake Shore and afterwards with ollicers of the New York Central. It was nearly seven o'clock before ho could bo reached, and boon a broalc Had tna.10 into the conference. "I have boen wiring all tho afternoon to learn what there is to the statement said Mr. Burrows, "and at last got this from General Manager Toucey. I told him I wanted to know what to do, as I was hiring mon right along." Mr Burrows handed tho reporter x telegram advising him that Grand Mas- ter Sweeny had most likely notified his men to return to work and for him (Bur- rows) not to employ any more now men. is all I know about telegrams from Now said Mr. Burrows, "and if thoro is any more information about tbo situation I would like to get it." "I know nothing of such a said Mr. E. J. Leo, Master Workman of District Assembly No. "Neither do any of tbo men horo. The story may bo true, but the men can not go back until thoy receive orders from their own headquarters. So far no such dispatch has besn received." Every thing is as quiet as a church- yard in and about the New York Cen- tral yards. A telegram was received hero from Allany last night by District Master Workman Lee saying that the Boston Albany and Delaware Hudson had broken their agreement not to handle Now York Central freight and if tho c'aarge proved truo both roads would bo tiel up before morning. LATEST NEWS ITEM3. by From all ri BMttk. WKD.VESDAY, AVUUdT 2a A Tery light snow fell in Denver, Col. on the night of the ISth, the first of tin season. The potato Wight ift Ireland has ox- tended to several districts in Mayo and Leitrim. A strike has been inaugurated by the of Tilbury, England, owing to the employment of non-union men. The Republicans of the Thirteenth Pennsylvania Congressional district have nominated John F. Schooner for Congress. The Atlantic Rase Ball League will dissolve August 27. The Baltiinores en- ter the American Association in placo of the Brooklyn team. It is asserted that the Crown Prince of Roumania boen betrothed to Archduchess Elizabeth, granddaughter of Emperor Francis Joseph, of Austria. The eighteenth annual convention of the New York State Firemen's Associ- ation is in session at Watertown, N. Y. Nearly 400 delegates are in attendance. Lator reports from tho scene of the recent wreck at Barela, Col., on the Union Pacific, say that only ono man was kille'd and eighteen badly injured. Rev. J. II. Borobergor, D.D., presi- dent of the Urbinus Collugo, Collego- ville, Pa., and a profound theologian, died recently at the age o' sevonty-nvo years. Tho steamer Catalona, which has just arrived at Queenstown, reports having been in unpleasantly close proximity bo Icebergs during her voyage. One of them was estimated to bu 200 feet high. The brakemen on the Stockton divis- ion of tho Southern Pacific railroad have made a demand for an increase of wages. They demand an increase from 605 to S75 a month, with no hospital lues. Prof. A. F. Kasten, of Chicago, and Martin L. Durkin, of Kansas City, fought at Su Joseph, Mo., recently, with three-ounce gloves for a purse of 8250. Durkin was knocked out in tho eleventh i-ound. TbedamniTc to Thornton's cloth mills it St. Petersburg, which wore recently oartly destroyed by fire, was much greater than at tirst reported. The loas ivas a million roubles, and eight work- anon were killed. The Empire State Association of Deaf Mutes has begun its thirteenth convon- lion in Buffalo, N. Y. Us membership ,'ncludos the best ol thu leaf of the State and its prime object is ihe education of the public concerning the condition and noods of deaf mutes. Tho hatred of Jews, 111 Southern llus- vesterday A. U Tiidea was aom- tat Cmgfem. Bom. W. U Soott th The Poplar Hospital, wiere the pronounced his mal- acy a most virulent fora of. Asiatic Their X. Y., Aug. tmal Association of Traveling Passen met at the Hotel yiterday. ii being the eighteenth an- attl mating. An addrc-as of welcome wtt raade by D. Teller, of this ci'.T, and in reply by 3Ir. Jrln R. Wood, of Detroit, president o4 tie aasociatioa. ceiwns ot Qwolawd to b9 ia M big a mud- dliMerer. Mr. T. M. Beer, tie ma In Ash land, has not J9t been able t fotap Socse of wee loat. aad n now transplrw maij of them written in fe citea4 tbct Oonmarat Convention of Ki ciiiou. DETKOIT, Mich., Aug. con- vention of the National Firemen's As- sociation was prilled to order yesterday in the city hall by Chiof of Kan- sas City. Chief Battlo, of Detroit, wel- comed tho visitors on behalf the firo department, and Acting Mayor Griggs oxtondud the freedom of the city. Dele- gates from twenty-two States aro pres- ent._____________ THE MARKETS. ATKOCIOITS OKI31MS. of County Mun for a of Horrible Woosrrn, Aug. Mowov, a bachelor, has beenlodjrod in in de- fault of bail on what ill doubt- less a charge of murder. Mower has been living on a small farm ITair- Tlew and had for a housekeeper wc-.ik- minded girl nauici Flora Charge and interuvl. Tlio dis'1 >vcry >vas made that tho woman had -rou' t.i.s effects of an abortion. An investigation was made and the fact developed that two bubles had buen previously put out of thf> way and that all the circum- stances pointed to Mower ab thj guilty on P. Tho yirl luade a statement before hoc death, in which she said had tiikon tho bodies of the Ural. children, cut them up and throv n t'-io flesh and bones to the hogs: tlio third child was taken from her with a of pinchers, after he had mado bvr take medicine. This i-hild, sho said, ho had boiled until tho flesh fell from the bones, and that tho bonos bad boon buried in the lot. Tho aflklavit sworn out by Charles Albright, a lu-oihcr of the girl, charges him with causing her death and the throe babes by giving of medicine and use of instruments. Mow- er has bcoti a terror in neighbor- hood. A seai-cb of tbo promises re- vealed the fact that be had been doing a of thtevlng. During thu illness of girl ho posted cards stating that the girl was afflicted with a contagious d'soaso, and warned people to koop off the place. At the'prelitninary trial waived examination, llo demos his guilt._______________ SKIPPED TOG ET HE ft, of a White Witii a Colored Cook, L'ppns SVXDUSKY, O.. Aug. 20. ThoiiKiH Hurt, colored, employi'tl AS cook at ono of tho hotels, and .Miss 1J1U All- spauch, a whito waitress .u thu Uotel Thurman, loft hero Monday tu other's company. Miss Allsp-tuch told hor euipluyur she was gouiLf un trip to Detroit to seek work, and presumably left for that place on Ihe noon _train. She followed in tho same tram by the colored cook. They havo bL'uri hoard from at Carey, north of here, but It is not definitely known whether thoy in- tend getting married or not Thu girl's ago la eighteen and the colored man's twenty-six. of Cl'irariuakeni' Strike. Aug 20. is confident- ly believed that before another rlay lias passed the Standard Tobacco Company will be alone in its resistance to the de- mands of Cigarmakers' Union No. IT for increased pay, even if that fai-tory docs not pivo its consent to tho scalo before that time has elapsed. Only about 100 of a total membership of cigarmak- crs (ire now out of employment on ac- count of the strike. JJaird Seckel3 wrro tlio first oT thodo flnni w MO :it first refused tho advance to agroo to it and thoir twelve mon resumed work Tues- Floor. NEW YOUK. Aug. ot ST. per highest of tin day; lowest 10 per cent. Exchange clowJ quiet Posted rates actual ritcb-lS-'l for bills and 4S7 for demand. Government bonds closed steady. Curreocy KB ot Is, coupon, at 123TJ; do at Cr.KVELAND, AUK Country made at '.03s W. Minnesota patent at Minnesota spring at 2 red at tl.CK No. 3 red 11.00. Co mixed atKic, western yellow at 2 mixed at No. 2 irbitc at -Me, Ko. 1 mixed at 43c. creamery at 22c. dalr> at I7c. York at 9c, Ohio at Sc. fresh at 18c. POT bnsbel. NEW YOKK. Aug. Sa- pcrnnc at city mills M IMOas.15, Hlnnesota extra at !3.I.V3fl.25. NV a Scp- vomber at ll.OSTi. 2 mixed cash at September No. 8 mixed cash at Septem- K-Meis at !12 .V Nominally Western creamery at We. Western flat atSJJfc. Western at VK. Aupim at September at tl.OSH- at at August at 37Sc, Stolon the tllfC- AsnTAiici.A, 0., Aug. stranger drove into a livory st.iblo boro Monday and his actions n.rousc-1 the suspicious of tho proprietor. Tho marshal was summoned and tbo fellow 'lUfiJorxod. His suspicious answers to his aricsfc, and it now transpires that tho rig was stolen from a farm near Sandusky. Ho gave the nixmo of Albert -Schmitt and claims to bo a fish dealer at Clarendon, Warren County, Pa, Ho will bo bold hero word is received from San- dusky authorities. A r'trMrnlnr. Aug. cightocnth annual camp mooting of th': Ohio Moth- odist conference, after a ten days' ses- sion on thoir beautiful grounds nest- tdis city, came to a close Monday and was a spiritual and financial Over ten thousand nooplo wero in at- tendance. Eloqnep.t discourses woro de- livered b7 General Gibson ani evangel ist Morrison, of Kf-ntnc'cy. t.ho making a decided impression. From Starvation. CASTO.V. O., Aug. received hero that the lifeless body o1 William TJetz had benn found in a field at Tremblny. Woo-1 County. iras a woll-known blacksmith horo. became insane five months ago ovei i fodder-cutter ho had invented. He was sent to Toledo asylum, IIBI escaped Iron: there August 4. He Jrosi starvation ar.d September at Septum at at K. VT at OcioV-r at t' of M 11.04. A-iC. Market aciir-v cf. S _ ,__ BTTTFAIXi 'i''. SitttP Fair! 7 artJ Cfcoioe YJ eiira at ft. c at c.v. c.- at 4.UL cacaauax. >J 4.10. Whllf- ALI.IA5CK.O-. A'tf 2rt. Frank St-. ftan'Jy killed Monday at f'-UlnK a Iroo. Th'- fa I II a and He on one of Ac County. Irrjart- 1. O.. Joht lac iin'js -j' i -y as it over lac Monday. lie into n asd arrr. broksaan-! otber so ifaat can aoi recover. AH On railroad nt of all Tn on New York Central T-.- are rstich dlflh j to being far M t it! Jl ;