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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1890, Salem, Ohio THE SALEM DAILY NEWS. PL. II. NO-159- SALEM. OHIO, TUESDAY JULY 8. 1890. TAVO CENTS. Over North Minnesota. I'-- SllffM'5 Fury--Mother i'liil'li'cii Killed. IVi 11 oil tin- N'lrtilfl-Il PHCifiC i I roni the 1'r.ick mid a o. i-iipini-. Woumled. n.. .I' S. A tornado o'clock Monday a strong i'ui no attention was I'.tst tvv.) o'clock, .v the re- a i.' lud veered v 'iv t lie Ke-l river and it will in.- remem- eise. Tin- storm de- and d-ixvn the electric strn'.-i' 1 fie fronts of the block, the the Opera House biy.'k. unroofed the {.-eight depot, also the and C.ipin's hardware a.11- i1 is badly on the side- rer.t.'i The Plymouth is destroyed. The re Company s warehouse >.l. numerous h'.'.M'k lie on the ground. '.'..irehousi; is damaged to a- .1-; ,ii o Alfstad's hardware i V.i'-'ien's a d the eifii-r.t on the Hank of North on the ground in ruins. The luck and 1 'vchange Hotel suf- !y. of smaller build- roits uf 'dewalk are demol- iti.'xt uf all 's the death of thn of the mother f the late Captain v.'liii-h o 'ci rred at their resi- :hi'corner of Ninth and Fifth Tne family 'iad taken refuge ami in some manner were n the, timbers of the falling .-ra-lied to death, so 1. Northern Pacific pnssen- just as it was departing .ro an 1 ivas top, ed over into a u was killed, although six- ,'r were mor.> or less injured. .Mp-i-ted of three ami' e.i-.i'he-.. i .-p' car containing a -v Norih .'estern ofii- Mr. .VcCabe. Thn i'l the succeeded in ati'l-.ivinjr thoir valuables, al- in the dark. A fain went to 1. rs' labor n- r.) run. UVOr .Northern a .in 1 fel', at De- v. n tho 3-5 of the Kncr-d oltice st'Mic.c by 'ning f.-d up. Minn.. July a 1 1 uv -r i ,ns eitv n si'jrnlni wa- rr-ver equalr-d in of Min 'rxo'.a. Fully prone :v was done in this ,i people being far as js no ft-tn li'y. The rnosr, se- to pro ;h- blow- the foundry: also tho t to the Great part of the rooJ .v.-re blov.'n from 1 Aoraia; Se'm ,1. also from the i'K'1. 'ble damage hi) oU. A number of 1 '1 couiu. y near town, AI 'I'-iua andcon-iderable dam- The grain elevator S -nilc.s of here, is across the Xorth- "r. in places almosS ati'l accompanied y an ex- II. (lj.jpj.jy Si.'.ierior distri-I early A; i'oughDn out- f'-n.'vp. etc.. w.-rc de- of Jenny Vijrninx, and snriousl_ in- i- in .1 x reel and the police sta- th" consta- The mob '.'_._'' ''iear a passage-j r, hour. Girec- A-s r-.Biiya njfi i Two I'roiuinent Ex-ConfeJernt-s May Ficht a Kvcaune of a UUputo at to General Malione'g Abilit.T. is brewing between General Jubal Early and Major J. Horace Lacey. who was one of General Holmes' start officers in the Confederate army. The trouble is the outcome of the bitter Ma- houe campaign last fall. General Karlv took occasion to contradict a of Major Laeey's to the elTect that Gen- eral Robert E. Lee had once that if i he were to select a successor to himself at the head of the Confederate araiy ha would have chosen Muhone. Each of the gentlemen have de- nounced each other through the news- papers, and at the recent, unv'-ilinir ,.t the Lee statue in Richin-nd. Early re- fused to recognize Lacey when thn lat- ter accosted him. The Lance publishes a statement, from Major Lacey reaffirm- ing the truth of his statement as to General Lee's admiration of Mahone, and denouncing Er.rly as a drunken blackguard. The major adds that he "will not permit a man of Early's char- tcter and reputation to insult mo with- out such resentment as a gentleman should show." He also promises to fur- nish the Lance with a history of General Early's war record, to show how utterly useless he, was in the Confederate army. AKOU8ES FKKLIXG. thnt the of the J'edcritl KltM-tiinm II-M Will K.-snlt in :i ISoycott on XortlKTii I'roducts Hiisl Negro 1-nlior by Soiitlicriiers., July -A prominent wholesale merchant of Charleston. ,S. C., who does not wished to be named, la in the city, and talks freely on South- ern sentiment, regarding the Federal Election bill. Ho says the people of thn North have no idea of the intense feel- ing that exists among all classes in tho South over the proposed measure. There is no disposition to talk about it or make threats, but the passage of the bill will be the .signal for the creation of the e.xtremest bitterness, a fueling that will undo all that the years of pence have accompli-Oipd, and that will find 7iianifestation in action. First of all every Northern product, as far as possible, will be boycotted. Following this will come the most ex- tensive i.ovott on labor the world ha; ever known. Ar- rangements are already under way to secure abroad thousands nf white labor- ers, and every negro employe in the en- tire South will be discharged, and no Southern man will, under any pretext, give one of them employment, the ob- ject being to drive tlicru into the North and West. TORONTO. Out.. July .special of the Customs Department is here investigating a fraud of several years growth. Nerlich Co.. of this city, one of the oldest, largest and hitherto most reputable tobacco firms in Canada, arc ibe offenders. Formerlv the government allowed importers of Havana cigars to put the import labels on the boxes, but several years ago withdrew the privilege and instructed its otlicrrs to collect all the stamp? in possession of the The col- lectors overlooked Xcrlicb Washington of the chairman of the Commit- tee on FriviU'g-s and Klections iMr. Hoari. Mr. Moivan th_- Senate on the sh bills. Hi- sat-'.-reMe i to Mr. frje to let the experiment be tried of pcrtnittiri1.' American citizens to bnv abroad and to sa 1 them under an Anier.can All hostile cotn- iiiereial had lent' since heen aban- doned by all nat ons except the Cnited States in tlii1- one instanc o! forbidding tbe use of vessel1- under the Am rican tlasj that are not built in the T.'niTe.! S'ntcs. Mr. Morgan yielded th Bocir temporarily and Jtr. Shermin present r 1 the-ronf-rence report on the S'lver hill Ait in full he giue notice mat lie call u up for action this favor of the bill .'uJ after a brief session the Senate adjourned Hurst; '.h'- directed the iour- nal to be read r. Ko.'ors. o.' Arkansas, raided the lontin er'er '.hat was no iiuorum Ti-e r. -r r-i'in'.c-d ninety one mt-m- berx unil u call o the ordered. One hundr'Ml and s --even -a quorum responded to: lie'r names ,ind the journal of read, sts tor le.ive of absence Mr Dumicll. of Aliuue- to be a jreni-rai stampede ow it i of the in the chniri for tir -s.-naV- bill to forfeit 'ore for thy pur i on-truction of railroads, Thur.-dav'r- p'o A r of having b.'en pr-.'x -ri sola, fa'd if there the Ho sluniUl k The Koiixe ;hvii 'A Whole i Mr. Pete-s. the consi.leration ot ce IarylandN Treasurer COIHCI Into Court. nntl Sen- tenced to Five .11 the rcniton. tiary. July S. State urer Stevenson Archer yesterday room- ing came into the Criminal Court in this city, plead guilty to the indictment charging him with State funds and was sentenced by .ludgo Stew art to live years in the penitentiary. The sudden and unexpected ending ol this celebrated case caused considerable commotion in court circles. The trial of ihe case was set for to-day, but Arch er decided not to stand trial, but to plead guilty. Archer'.-, counsel read a long statement union was signed Archer in which lie begged the mercy of tho court. He offers no excuse or palliation of his conduct and rcalizs-i the enormity of hi.s crime. Xo blame for any pa-t. of it, ho says, attaches tu any one but himself. Mr. Archer, after the sentence left the court room and was driven to tho penitentiary. Lottery Hit! Vctocil. H.vreix La.. July lot- tery bill was returned to the House yes- terday afternoon by 'iovcrnor N'ictiolls with his veto, in which he bitterly up- braids the Legislature for disgracing tho State in making her a partner in a pri- vate gambling enterprise. He.says that should this measure bo passed the State will enter upon a period of strife such as has never seen in Louisiana, "and should this contemplated corruption ever be forme.] we will enter upon an era of corruption and degradation, be- sides whi'-h the era of reconstruction will appear as one of honor and happi- ness." fur ft ST. .July St. Louis and Company yesterday aapliec ir. the Stafs Circuit C-ourt for a ceivc-r. The the cx.-mnany is -rJ.TO'i.OOn. This ix taken lo a of s'jits and of the Iron Mountain Konnr! Jor.-x. tr.ix KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. FU-st of tho Miluuukre Toiu-1 ivv- Tin- City Crowded Vi-sitori. MIIAVAUKKK, .Inly The opening day of the sixteentii biennial conclave of the Knights of Pythias was devoted to the reception of supreme representa- tives, Supreme Lodge oiHcials and visit- ing lodges and divisions of the uni- formed rank, escorting them to their various quarters and placing '.he wives and families of the knights who go into camp at "Camp Carnahan" in the places assigned them. Forty special trains arrived durir.g the day and a largo number of knights and visitors have arrived by boat and every avail- able quarter is tilled. Twelve thousand uniformed knights are at Carna- han." At headquarters it is claimed that there will bo fully people here, and manager this is based on returns made from all parts of the country. There will be nearly men in line in the parade to-day unless all calculations fall through. CUSTOM FLOODED. (iuverniDi-nt :tt NVw Sutlers From a Violent Storm. NF.W heavy wind and rain storm occurred yesterdav, dam- aging a number of buildings in this city, blowing down trees and fences and pros- trating telegraph wires in all directions. The most serious damage was done to the custom house. Workmen were build- ing a new observatory on the roof and had torn up a portion of tho rooting. The sudden downpour flooded tho in- terior of the building, pouring down from one floor to another and driving everybody out of the ollicus. The post- oilice was among tho ollices flooded and damaged. Tho wind blew the scaffold- ing down ami tin: planking crashed through the plate glass light under the dome, timber and glass falling with a great crash into tho rotunda. Many oc- cupants of the building narrowly es- caped injury. The damage will amount to many thousands of dollars. EXCURSIONISTS WRECKED. r rp Record of Krocnt Events Among Our ELKS' Oay ol the in Ufc.-ptum Ti-mlfi-fil tin- UoU-Knt. s. CI.KVKI.ANK. July The local rocep- tion eojuijiirtoe of ihr Kenevolent and Protective Order of tllks met at the Opera liouso Monday morninir, pared 10 the members of tho- Train on the (IllnoU Central One Man Killed Snvt-ntl Injured. KAXKAKKK, 111., July S. As the Knights of Pythias excursion train on the Illinois Central railroad composed of fourteen coaches, bringing excursion- ists from different, points of the South bound for the Milwaukee encampment, reached Muntano. nine miles north of this city, yesterday morning, a pin in the switch came out after four coaches had passed and derailed ten coaches. One coach was turned completely over. The killed and are: Crow- der, of Henderson. Ky., instantly killed; F. W. Feague. Hast, St. Louis, hurt in back: Captain W. Sandtisdy, Cenfcral City. Ky., right leu fractured: Charles of Shelby 111., hurt in shoul- ders and sides. Tiio wounded were prop- erly cared for by physicians sent from this city. AND moi. Strik'ms: Mamllrrs af. rinr imali Still Dili iiii-l Very Cixrix.VATi, .July S. In the yards of the Pittsburgh. Cincinnati A- St. Louis and Louisville Nashville roads Mon- dav morning several policemen were Stationed, but there was no call for their presence. The strikers aro vory quiet and make no efforts to interfere with the work. Trainmen and clerks have been pressed into service to per- form work in the while section men and colored roustabouts have taken the places of the freight handlers. The strikers have been promised the support of the various railroad unions and ol the trades unions of this city. The Louisville Nashville strikers held a mooting in Newport yesterday and re- solved to stick by their demands for in- creased pay. Tlicli bcpoiit ot fr'oniul. TIN Ci'f. Col.. July Thomost won- derful discovery of frold ever reported comes six miles from here, on Cross Mountain. There is a ten-foot vein, the lower six feet of iron manga- nese and the upper four bearing qnartz of frrm cold. The lowest assay from this rock is per ton, and thero are speci- mens which return r.i j.0'10 in trold to the ton. The valu- of the mine is esti- mated from'iu ti> Th" U an) thou-ancN M miners are rushing into the fain p. AlKii.'MM) Ixisi Ind.. disas- trous fire out Monday afternoon in th" factory rjjr lure Company. so'.n Control. TIi" "Ttin- .Vv.i ,r la--: Th" ar-- as j SK: OW:'- 13- j 't-icd in tlio city. llctroii. -.vcre tullv 000 vieitiriir i-.l and escorted to ns; t lie Lac. Omaha. St. Deiner. St. Paul. ;'.nd Mt. Clemen-.. came durinsr tiio onler w ho were i-xi Rvt-ry train and lit, I visited, and by Flics had hven ivoi- their headquarters. which uerc Phil-.uitdphia, in-rton, IJaUinuM-c. ilir. Cliii-ajjo, 1'orts'rouih, Mich.: l-'ond Louis. Minneapolis. Detroit, (.Irand H.rpida A nuinhi-r of otU'.'ra afternoon, and more are expected. The first business was tlin reception and the lirst meeting of the reunion, whirh was held at thft Opera House shortly after eleven o'clock. The ita-je of the Opera House beautifully decorated with American fiiigs and hujre elk antlers. Prominent. amonu' the other decorations wi-re mottoes of the ordur. "Jus- "P.rotiierly Love" and "Fidelity." There were about live hundred Elks present when the the audience was. called to order. The meeting was called to order by F. L. IMebolt. exalted of Cleveland No. IS Mr. Diobolt extended tho courtesies of Cleveland to the visitors, and hoped that their in the city would be marked with hrotli- erly love. Ho then introduced Mayor Gardner, who welcomed the visiting- Elks. Otlicers (if the, rhon elected and a number of inir broth- ers made speeches. In the evening reception was tendered the visitors. Vu-lini of 11 Mod; .M CI.KVKI.AND. .luly A irood-looking- woman called at the Contra! station Monday mornintr weeping piteously. She claimed she was the wife of Theodor l-'illpski. a youny mechanic of this city. Mrs. Filipski said that her husband lofv home Tlni'-.sday after t dlinjj her his uiarria-je to her about luivc year-; nq-o was only a mock aflair ami he was tired of her. lie has not returned. Tho woman has two small children and her husband has provided for her but scantily she is very poor. AtuilluM- Vli-liin Con I Oil. CANTON. 0., .July S. Susan JJrice, np-ed thirty-live, housekeeper for Mrs. Steiner. attempted to hurry a fire with coal oil Hor clo hint; took flro and was almost roasted alive before holp came. Tne llesli fell oif her body when she was picked up. The wxs a most siclceninrr ono. The skin from her hands which came o'J looked like a pair of kid gloves. She diod yesterday. Fill n I ly Itnrncil. HcTYisr-. .July s. Sunday afternoon Tommy Francis, son of T. Francis, was playinjr with lire in !iis father's barn. In some way liis ctof.hinjj caught tire and in hi.-, exr.itement the boy ran to tho house. This but, fed the I'amr; ;uid be- fore it could be extinguished he was ter- ribly burned. It is also believed by tho doctors that, be inhaled the tlainos ami they have no h-jpr-sof liis recovery. Option tClcctiim. ii'ii. i.. O.. .Inly Official returns from the option election hold in this (York i township. Athens County, Show a majority of for the sale. The Same township two years ago pave a ma- jority of M ttie sale. Rer.nrr.s from the adjoining township, Hocking County, show u majority o! one against the sale. Tho saloon-keepers will _ Klr-krtl AlfoiUKt rtttlK In Clinrrb. SriUN'.FlKi.D. 0.. -lulv !S. Rev. A. tt. Hornolils. of Mfchariicsburg1. who occu- pied the Methodist Episcopal ptdpit last Sunday, created a bijj sensation by preaching strongly against tho of fans in church. lie advised the congre- gation to think of North Pole and thf-y -.vouldn't need fans. peopl" and Indignantly lefl the _____ Tiiri- to ('sill flRmi'. f.eld l.asfs ball "iuh it about t'" under. Pm-r fiatronage is i-- in :t of '-vine to thincs. IV'. '-r tho nd vn -Joiiars Flint 'tn w-'-.-: 33] azr--'rj j Nr.-. Pi--: t.vr-l far- ha- v. .1 3 river. s t roll-, tie Ko ;i 8F I It i'ln f-.t H: ATS o! work. ;