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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1890, Salem, Ohio THE SALEM DAILY NEWS. IL NO. 142. SALEM. OHIO, TUESDAY JUNE 17. 1890. o Miners Killed by Ex- t lew Dubar, Digflffurod Bodies Be- ad from the Fated Pit. ;1 Uxed-to RESPONSIBLE. ftooxtxl to Mea to from the CaliuiUy on Kecorl Kerfon. Pa., .Tuae killed by an explosion of coal mines at Hill farm, ie Dun bar Furnace Company one mile west ot this place, on occurred at 10-30 o'clock rning. The bodies of two of nates were taken out The till entombed in the raine, ce fire is raging. There is that all are dead. Desper- re in progress to clear the ver the bodies, bat so far ,iL A rescuing party of one n, headed by Mine Inspector f this district spent the af- ,he pit, but up until late labt een able to rescue only tw o iese had died from the force >sion and are badly burned, res are distorted and disfig- uld only be recognised by en miners were at work about 'rom the mouth of the slope tplosion Acurred. Near the aich the wieading started an i been drilled recently. Gas had .accumulated in it. A led Patrick Ksrwin pene- air hole, six inches in diame- is pick, whereupon a strong water gashed out Kerwin, ounded the danger signal, mt, Patrick Hayes, started for the main entrance and y moved when the foul gas L from his larap. The explo- >llowed was terrific. air there was in the place he heading to the right of the nee. Tne fire followed swift- re the thirty-one men could all hope of escapo shut iames. The twenty-six men n the left heading were noti- danger in time to save their >ugh their escape as thrill- s at-comvanied by the wildest At a point near where the sccurred the bodies of Daniel re boss, and David Hayes were icy had evidently attempted hrough, tlie flames, g is a fall list of the missing >seph Urifrner, married; Rich- r, Milt Forney, married, Bar- Peter Ejran. Robert McGuill, John7 Copa and Andy son; Pat Devlin, married; nney and his son: John Joy, )avid Davis, married, Thomas Pat Cabill, married; ahill, single; Pat Courtney, ohu Courtney (his Jack named; Dan South, married; earn, single; Danny Shearn, ivid Hayes, William Hayes James McCleary, married; McCleary, married: Elmer igle; Joseph Big-loy, wife and ren: Barney and Etnannel ithers; John Mitchell, mar- by the horror, stood and sore-footed, lulling to ir babes in arms. Mothers tr hands and cried aloud for while children from eight to rs of age hnrried about, look- ic blackened faces of the os- iers m the hope of finding >rs or brothers. Their suffer- tiablc. and while she authori- company were exerting all 5ies to recover the bodies, the ice of information regarding the missing men triade their lore severf, and moans and int up unconsciously from ie pinched of thf unhappy sver fell on a eloomier soeae. ncn and children still stood itng against hope. rully silent Jnst inside the in hand a fiickv: FSANKFOETJ Ky., June The Court of Appeals hifcn opinion by Judge tiolt has decided a very important against the Western Union Telegraph Company.- Tne action was brought by Joseph Chapman for damages for telegraph company's failure to deliver to him two telegrams, one announcing the dangerous illness of his father and the other informing him of his father's death and when he would be buried. The Court of Appeals holds that as Chapman was the beneficiary of the telegrams he san miintim an action; ;hat the company is liable for damages i it fails to use ordinary diligence in compliance -with its contract, whether t be to the feelings or the purse; that the injury to the feelings should be re- garded as a part of the actual damags and the jury be allowed to consider it. The judgment of the lower court was reversed GOT 13 TO TKOCBL.E. Arrest of a Pair of X Who Con- spired Acalnst a KA.NIAS- CITY, June John Love ind Thomas DM ok worth, of Peculiar, Mo., have been arrested, charged with conspiracy to deprive the pjstmaster at that place of the receipts and emolu- ments of his office, interfering with the discharge of his duties and setting up unauthorized receptacles for United How They be Fatwe tke BUI by Caueis ROMMM Law. of Billotlnc Not With. WASHINGTON. June National Elections hill which was adooted by Republican caucus and which Mr. Lodge, of Massachusetts, has introduced in the House, is entitled "a bill to amend aiad to supplement the election laws of toe United States and to provide for the more efficient enforcement of such laws, and for other purposes." bill in all probability will he taken up for consid- eration this week and will pass the" House by a party vote. The first section of the bill provides that the chief super- visors of elections now in office, their successors and the chief supervisors to be appointed under the provisions of the bill, shall be charged "both in person and by and through the supervisors of elections who may f roaa time to time appointed with the supervision of eleo- TALK, NO Km Silver Qoectton Cfenttnood 1m tto Santo, Imte Political BUI. The ften- non coneurrftd in House dmeatto the bill to the oaMoms district of Pagct Soun-i aal a con- ference was asked. A from tae House waaprvaected furtlter coalerenoe on tha Antl-Ttusi and assented to. Mr. Edmunds said in thia that it had stated and ttvaa believed in certain qu that the Setr.te amend-cent to the House amend men t to this bill hadtheenoct to repeal or modify a provision of the Commerce law pro Waiting pooling. The ameadtnonl had no such eKeet. Tie Detlciencj Appropralioa bill for pensions and eensui waa roporte 1 and passed. The Saver bill was taken up and Mr. Daniel resumed the speech by him last Friday. He expressed the belief that the coin- age of the only safe and p-oper exit oat of the problam. If it wv.s not safe the fact whut to a degree, an experiment But it an experiment thai could be made wif.out peril as there would b 3 ample to correct any evil tendency that might be developed before any harm would hap pen Ami-it wis an experiment necessitated the demands of the times and by the di -or- tions at which Representatives or dele-' lnw countrj gates in Congress are voted for, with Mr. Allison enforcement of the national election laws and with the prevention of frauds and irregularities in naturalization." By the provisions of the bill not only elections, but registrations are to be su- pervised by the Federal supervisors. Supervision is to be had in a Congrea-. sional district when 100 qualified voters in a city of 20.000 or more inhabitants, whether wholly within a single district or not, and in any entire district no part States mail. The trouble grew out of of ls wlthin a city ol popula- the unpopularity v of S. Gilson rc. I named, or when fifsy voters in one cently appointed postmaster. Love and OT more couaties or parishes Duckworth purchased stamps at other i only a Part of a Congressional district towns and ga-ie them away or sold them to people in Peculiar, so as to prevcLts Gilson frotu getting hib commission on such stamps, and also arranged to col- lect mail mat or from people of tho town and took it directly to railroad trains thus depriving the postmaster of his legitimate cancellation feci. Tnnie Talks About the Census. 'W ViitiNoiov, Ji'Tio 17 Vanc3 his written a letter to Census Superin- tendent Porter in regaia to thf reported obstmctioi of thft CCP'-US enumerators by the people of N C., in which he defends the people of that city from the charge, doubt? it truth, ques- tions the character of she mf-n appointed as enumerators, a.nd in conclusion that if any real trouble fjjsts, fiom the irritation cau'pcl '07 appointing un- suitable men for The purpose, ho wi1! exert what influence he possesses to have the census returns made as com- plete as possible. To Pa-ify York Politic'. NLW YORK, June B. Ueber Nevrton, Father Dacev. Bishop Potter, John Claflin, JPSSO Sfligrrian, Gustav Schwab, and others have issued a call for a meeting on June 24 to organize a citizens" non-partisan raovemer.t for tho purification of -aunicipal politics The various mercantile exchanges, tbe Bar Association and the labor unions hav? been requested to sfnd delegates to the meeting The geniletrn whoos names appear above are all Drominent mer- chants, bankers and clergymen and are not known as special advocates of any particular party. Attempt to MASON, 111., June 17.- A desperate at- tempt was ir.ade to assassinate Dr. James New ton Matthews, the poet, Saturday evening. He -was sitting in his office reading when three shots wore fired at him in rapid succession, none taking effect No arrests have been made. Dr. Matthews says the attempted assassination is the outcome of his de- nunciation of a notorious domestic scandal involving a w cli-knovrn married woman and a prominent business man in this vicinity. Hypothetic it. .Tune IT. Tbe Austro- Hangarian Minister of "War, Baron Bauer, has made an explanation of his recent retnarks in with tho necessity for a formidable increase in tbe strength of tbe snnj. lUroa that be ajcrt-lv s j failures of supervisors and of conception of prevent frauds. The laws stood Father Malody. with hook in hand reading Vo the ualu cat onnl bill and the French Spobntlon bill, and now none of its tenders r.nd as'ccd the o' anv of thf ae mja -urns In the course of an attended Mr. of Mnrjtani e'l'Oid '--Q th- Republican onrtv for bavins? car-iod --ut Its prom'so to the people, while the D-mO'-ratio Piirty contented itself with deilanr.iou? Ho predicted the of a law wh'ch -xo'Od laiure a free bal lot and a fair coun in th" Sou'hcrn States. Mr, Saycrs' nmcndment as far at it affected back pay, as agrued bat a? far as it affected bounty was 63 to 70 Mr. Bynnm, of In diatta offered an amendment to enforce th EiKht-Hour )n the Government Prlntloi Office Ruled out on point of order. Pendln action the bill the committee rose and th Bouse adiourncd. TWO CENTS. A Biff Strike. YUHK, June 17. The committees of the Cloak Cutters' Union the Cioakmakers and tbe Contractors Unions met Monday and signed agreement to stand by each other in the lockout of tlie employes of Meye Jonassor. Jfc Co. The Contractors' Union will return all tbe unfinished work the have on hand to the manufacturers. Tb confederated unions of the workingmc will only reeoipiize clothing mannfac individually. About em are on Both ane de- Urmiaed and a stubborn fight U pected. With H.IJCH.TO.T. Jane Grimes. old colored man. was kilta Sunday mftemoon by XacbarUh ttg mzn who with fcinu dfcn'c and him out of tcaa for ALLIANCE. 5e >c osrt Faraj'ir-" ATiiaac" pari in IL" 17. Three Ftot tlir Cftsw Is tiw-N. Jaae police of St ia cror a C --J. V L- tit vn Czar. tsti. ar trar a a WRECKED BY A LrxootN, Neb., Juae o'clock Monday roomiag a terrific tor aado struck this city, damaging proper ty to tbe extent ot Several splendid brick blocks were leveled to the ground, but no lives were lost A cloud dipped down al Eighteenth and. O streets, and aftei wrecking for two again in the air aoA disappeared. Ken- nelly's three-story brick block and the iitchen and Hardenbugh blocks adjoin- ng were unroofed. Buyer's block across the street was blown away. The Bailey block, a three-story brick ust completed, was leveled to the ground, crushing a cottage in its fall. Another block belonging to Bailey on the opposite side of the street and a two- story frame building belonging to tforley were also demolished. The fam- ly of F. E. Hater were caught in the ruins of the frame building, but received no serious injury. The two-story brick uildings belon ing to Mr. Clarke were entirely destroyed. Nearly all the buildings wore unoccupied, which ac- counts for the absence of fatalities. ON THE DIAMOND. Record of Between ten sue, socHtlon and Hrotherhoort Following are the scores of Monday's ames: KATKHTAl. LEAGUE. At York 4, Brooklyn 5. At 0, Boston 10. Second 2, Boston innings. At 3, Cincin- nati 7. At S, Chicago 7. Second 4, Chicago 9. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. At 3, Ath- letics 0. At 11, Syracuse 0. PLAYERS' LEAGUE. At Boston-Philadelphia IS, Boston 11. Second 2, Boston 13. At York 0, Brooklyn innings. At 10, Buffalo 8. At 7, Chicago 6. TO FIGHT THK TUtUST. Wholesale Llqu-ir Tired of the of the Combina- tion. NEW YORK, June forty of the largest wholesale liquor dealers of New York and Philadelpha met here Monday to discuss ways and moans of freeing themselves from the yoke of the whisky .trust, especially as regards the five cents per gallon rebate system, which itis claimed gives the trust the perpetual use of about of the dealers' money without interest, besides making the dealers a good deal of trouble in various ways. About DOO.OUO was represented at the meeting. Some of those present favored a confer- ence with the trust, but more scoffed al this idea as useless. The sentiment ol the majority seemed to be in favor of building one, or perhaps two distilleries to supply the requirements of the asso- ciation to be formed by those present. TOE LOTTEltY WOltKEKS. Slow Progress of the Bill In the tontvt- of tbe Company Lynched. NEW OKLEASS June com- mittee to which was referred the lottery bill did not report it back the House yesterday, owing to the alleged sickness of Shattuck, the author of the bill, anc a member of the committee. The antis believe it is a lottery dodge to bringing their bill up until they can buy some more votes. An inflammatory address issued by the lottery bosses to the negroes of East Feiiciana parish was sent into the parish by a negro named George Swazee. Swazee had left there some years ago under a charge of mur der, and Sunday evening be was cap- tured and hanged by a band of maskec men. Train Ky., June freight train ou the Newport News it Mississip- pi Valley railroad was derailed by strik ing a cow at Kerrvillc. Tenn., Monday The engine and ten cars were badly wTecked. Engineer Gwinn Perkins, o this city, and an unknown negro tramp were crushed to death. Rush Marshall. of Memphis, fireman, was 'atally in jured. _______________ Six N. Y., Smith. ot Denver, and Jasicr. Daley, of Phi la felpaia, fought at tbe Arlington Atb tetic Club last evening. Kilrain to the winner, fiffht f or a Sl.S JO with two- f lores. A crowd of ing- men inwe out in sinh round. Late Happenings Wlthta SWITCHMEN'S STRIKE. Itttd aa Work. mm mA- CUCVELAXP, O., June The on the Valley, Cleveland A Pittsburgh and Nickel Plate roads out on a strike Sunday at midnight and were still out Monday afternoon, neith- er the companies nor tbe union having shown any disposition to com- promise. When it was some ime ago that tbe switchmen were going out. the railroad magnates felt disposed treat tho matter lightly, giving as their reasons for so doing that switchmen wero not organized well enough to make the "tie up" effective. Several of the companies took a ent view of the matter just before strike was to bo declared, which ae- counts for the fact that more of the mom didn't go out The Big Four people oftered their switchmen Lake Shore wages, about per day, a material advance over what they had been receiving, and tho men decided to accept it. temporarily at least A few mea went out on Lake Shore, although not enough hinder the work in the yards to any; en- tent The switchmen and their em- ployers recognize the fact that unless the strike is made general it will short lived, and each faction was mak- ing herculean eilorts Monday in the di- rections which would most benefit the v. The strikers wero bringing much enoe to bear on the men who had not gone out The strikers have no "violence in any case and say that they don't intend to. They are askiaf for 82. W per day. THE STORM'S FURY. C'lroofeti, Crops Itulneil and Lives Lost During the Rcreat rleitne. CINCINNATI, June 17. Thirty-ttnrwT' houses wero unroofed by Sunday1! storm. Two people were blown oft t shanty boat near the month Miami nvor and drowned and thousand! of dollars of damage was done to coa! boats and timber rafts. The Chesapeake Ohio road loses bv and landslides within fifty 'nilos ol'tht city. At mouth, Kv., thrae boyt fishing in a boat are mis-ling and wflrt doubtless drowned. Covington, Belle vue, Dayuon and Newport, eighteen 'houses unroofed and two per- sona hurt. Thousands of acres of ready to reap aro loss will be great. >It is safe to say thai the loss in Cincinnati and within. t> dius of fifty miles amounts to flanged Hlmtrir In m Stable. O., Tune Michael Mor- ris, a laborer, aged and sin gle, whc lived with his mother at Pennsylvania avenue, was found dead in the stable in the rear of his house Saturday night. He was seen to entei the stable about noon, and in the even- ing when a younger brother went into the stable be ran across tho body, which was hanging by a rope dangling from the hay loft. The man had been" dead some hours Xo cause is assigned for the act, unless it is the fact that the man had been drinking freely of late. and was suffering from the effects. Fatal Mttrdor TrUL CANTON. O.. Jnne 17. A loaded car wai struck a northbound C.. S. Jt C. express train Navarre Monday and thrown down an embankment ilar- ry Miller was fatally injured and sev- eral others badly hurt Five thousand visitors nre in town attending the Turn- fest of Northeastern Ohio. There a two-mile parade with gymnastic exhi- bition on fair ground Monday Tbe trial of Henry Popp, the murderer of Moritr Grether. commenced Monday. the day j taken up in securing jury. _ 4MMliMlrjr J SAimcsiiv, O., June corner stonn of St Mary's Catholic church at Kirby was laid Sunday after- noon. The ceremonies were conducted by Bishop Gilraour. of Clcrclacd. A couple of thousand indndtef two brass w.-n- in attendance Tbe town was overrun who carried on sraw-s chamx nnmoU-v.ed. The a mall sVraniboat plyinff on rfrw at this point :tt tbo- af MS Nt ;