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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1890, Salem, Ohio HE ALEM DA NEW, SALEM. OHIO, MONDAY JULY 14. 1890. .r Calamity on Lake in Minnesota. lioat is iu a Cy- and Over 100 Perish. Scenes of Horror on Board lil-Fated Craft. phe VVhuh Has Ni> Parallel In ,r} ,if UrslL'lll t inluT I'l.'-c'-i iii the Track of 'in. M nn :i.. It. llil.' W lie most dis- i..never if-uck tbis d uvor ihi-i city at nino "t-'-.L-riing1, a of I'.'ie IAO hundred peo- cronenv to dn extouL v.viruiir not be esti- I'nt was visit- .n !..iko t ur ii'id uas sitting w't ipM trees had been cleared i the front of tho house your Jent surted out and soon iar a horrible calamity had be- nl.irc. tnat has not been the St. Cloud cvclone ago. 1'cople began to thf- streets Noiv Under Arri-st for SIior.lT. If Pal, a Tex., July Tem- ple, a bartender at Fort Worth, was brought here Saturday by United States Marshal Knight on suspicion of beinir ;onnected with the train robbery at Prior's creek, in the Indian Territory, last November, lie had an examining trial before Commissioner Ledrum at which he made a statement under oath that he was one of tbe two parties con- cerned in the robbery. The othe.r was a man named Mitchell, alias West, who 's known to the authorities to be Turl- ngton. now under arrest at P.ooneville. Mo., for tbe murder of a sheriff. Tom- ale says that he and his partner secured three revolvers each by robbing a store it Dennison and they proceeded to Prior's creek and held up tho train. Fatal Knillng of a Quarrel. NEW YOKK, July H.-Guorge A. Schnei- der, aged twenty-seven, living on Court- land avenue, found hi- wife and three children on the roof with a nrm Satur- day night- He began to upbraid his wife, when George L. Sv.artz interfered. Tho men quarreled and c'.ir.'-bod. T; rolled oft the roof together, falling four Stories to a paved yard. S-.vart7. sus- tained a fracfir- of th" sk'ili and 'c-'l iiiternaliy. It is ould like to pasi if he preparing a measure to otati his convictions. But it was a bill tha vvould answer the demands of tho :oun try: the demands of the silver miner tho agriculturalists, the laborers and the business men of the country. I would give an additional circulation o a year at the present price o silver. If silver wont up to a paritj with gold it would give an increase o The last section of the bil unlocked now tied up for th'o July nt f, IS CHI' Aft' I. .lU.'y Jyly July T a' Jair a: at I, J'jir a: .v .it A T'.i.rrt'. .T'j'y U an-l a'. J'Jiy a! :i; t LUri :2 at m i'l -'ij! il p m m XT t fii n'i- ml .i; lm i- Mi l-hlw j f, -f isiil tj xi ;