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   Lima Democratic Times, The (Newspaper) - January 12, 1888, Lima, Ohio                               r-'TT Cima Dailg democratic imes. LIMA. OHIO. THURSDAY. JANUARY 12, PRICE 3 CBNTH NEWS THE THOEff' CARLISLE CONTEST NKAiMNQ ITS END far as KleeUra Ceauaaltlee b fimefassl Me Besiton BID tu lurreasn (awaits) fSfirlniH WAHHIJ inK of the TOdiBPniiillli fiiaHltt.' Mys: "There ruoui for but little doubt thai contest will Iw settled oz Haturday, as far the election rommitfaw is ww-enwJ AffldaviM will be Died on that day by Mr. Carlisle to that the charge! made Mr. Sypber and supported by amda- were false Hundreds of telegram; have been recniTtd. called forth "by newipaper pnbuuttotla, testi- mony as 1. 1 UW falsity ot made. ports of the district (.worn to by RepobUemni as as Demo- r-ratx, wit he produced tn UK charges. It -understood that the array oJ tratiinouy will be overwhelming, and will a complete answer to all the charges. believed that the answer will U> irfactorj- Ui every member of the committw TlK> charge that the namoo in the book; of AVea were all written in OIH limn! wiitiitjs, act furlliiiiaii afliiliitit l.v a Mr. Pierce, will be met by numerous affi by jffwtable rUipnblicanx aitd P -iniv craU, whu will declare the statement to U untrue. 'I be tendency of tbess answers.wjS lit- to put Mr. Pierce in ait aWkwaWf posi- tion Mr. WASHI.WTOX, Jan. Speaker Chairnian of the ways and meant corninittep, Herbert, of MWal attain, ami II nix other prominent mcnben otthe ttiwyt la< evening with Mr Belmnnt, rhainnan of the at hii reskiuntv on Khtidn It i< that Mr at the uf Carliidi', the ways uuuH ouumitteu, ami nOw-r imuurtisat tbe house, tw in- formal upun nor etejtrinf In each week. Jan. fact that no s fret wax held by y ester day was of (UitMnuiuattoti on tbt of -aitiatoix on thf ronnidHra- Unnof the (jnestbrti of tlw conlirmalioo -V Mr. lamar in regular order instead ei aside, an has been j imposed, fcr purpose uf taking up the nomination of MfHsra. ami Diukmson. Tha jwasibili ties uf n kms debate on tbe Lamat uuestif its taking up a late boor, inadvt I.U- "15, Jan. f- jtreaulwit uml ornate tbt- following nomina-' Tu United States tonsils, Jim'pb ..f Cleveland. U.. at Buda-Perth.' Usgiwd Henry' iTuiiuj, of Pennsylvania, frj IK.- of mint of the 1'nitxd at Phila THE SECRET OUT. Two Men In Wwhlagton fight at'iuna; Lady's Affection. FmsBiftM, Pa., Jan. Washington special to tie Leader sayii: "In barn, hind looked loom, out at tbe quiet village of Mount rieasint, in tbe northern suburbs of Washington, on the morning Sunday a ago, the sons of Attomey General Garland and Senator Joiiox, of Arksiisss. to tbo buff, donned nngerieni kid aid shied their   living at Ifl8 John .I I n luirriblp yesterday morn i ]-_ i '.i of "Rough on ILi t iken by inistahe for soda. W who wn-i n cripple, lived ru her daughter. Sarah, aged twenty. The experienced seamstress, UK) two lived very comfortably. Shortly utter retiring 'm Tuesday night, Mrs. Robin tutitplaineil of badly, and said she would get aad get a dose of coda to settle her gtmiiacb TV> daughter wanted to gi  tbe npliuard ia tbe kitchen a big dnr of what she supposed after getting bark Jo U-J. Mrs. Robinson was taken violently ill Tbe daughter ran to tbe cupboard to soc- what her had taken, and to her hor- saw a box of "Rough on Bats" lyine on the shelf. It ilawned upon her at itf.-v that her mother had made a faarful mUtatp. :uul in her fright she threw tbe box of poison in the stove. She called a neighbor named Mrs. nillagiier. nnd the two worke4 with tbe un fortunate woman until nearly T> o'clock At that tune i.M5ker Pat White, who live, ui th  the Ananrial "f the company, in connection with the question to be submitted to meeting to-morrow, tothe of the of sis per rent jirvfai-gd W. R I tendered restgaaUon wcrptarT of the nanf Andrew AixV-r-w wiw appointed Dtod tnm at m fall. JUsmvnLLK, O., Jtn. ll-Dr W. H. Holdcn. tferteri mayvr of thin city last spring, died at 6 o'clock but erming at hb home on South Fourth itrwt, from vMewalk awwkafo. He was a prominmt a strong IKworrat. and bud in both braachrs uf III. LI ueial Bsaatrtrly. held iiiiiaarmu uiinor offices. It k undentixid that life wa.< inMsml for ranging tso.- and 910.000 in numerous nocietssi to which hrbeknpd. A Brwnr4. New TOMC, Jan. man. under UsuaamauufW'. fee ksronr who warned Wardea Wafch, that Han DrtaroO )Hd kntfe and intended kill the warden, bnnght before Jnrifft UiMmtprrv and ma- during behavior Drisroil have had a foot chance to carry oul Mt nvtcd tfcr t4oL Man.. Jan. moM ta i brM re- wHinc to tbr attrr rmtvof the (ptwrnmenTs Ihmrui has brrtJ w4rtt hi tbr the railway to the fiasriidalir b any alnai the L wbenjfce nsrrt' New Rcnrrauv Mam.. Jan. ll-TbroA- Minviffj i fVffn OHH VJF In lo tbnir rxqraosl for tocreased pay. !1   victims of the sr-omve at Iron Moun- tain. Michigan. It believed to be the discovery of tha nature in the world. Sharp Utwke Im OTTAWA. Out. Jan. Awharp shock of Mkrtbqoake felt throughout this city and the shortly before .1 o'cVirk mornim: The rtbratkin quite marked, and tn be travrl- ing f roen tbe inet. The sbnck lasted between One and ten xeonndo. Crwkery smashed In many no damage h re led. _ MINKRS AND RAILROADERS THE FO1MER DECIDE TO RECOGNIZE THE UTTER'S STRIKE. to Strike I'mlei Any ClrcuuxUfMWS I'o.unl In ParrBVuajt, Fa., Jan. 12, of the Miners' National District Assembly ?o. 135 have unanimously and officially de- id to recognize the railroaders1 and to join forces with them. In order Oip.t ail courerned could have full nrticipation in making this decklon, the oint committees received the subdivision's report of the thirty local assemblies in the coai regions to at once wend three reprenen- atives, with full power to act, to meet tho knnt committee here Jast evening when final md sufficient action was taken. Reading city executive committee took similar action. Secretary Benaeman, in tbe name of Chairman John L. Lee, officially the onler by which not a into ojjuraium as long the fteading company uses non-union train lands to ship the coal, and this has been taally ami awuredly determined upon. The terms of such a settlement are fiven out by the labor leaders here as f ol lows: matters looking toward a settlt merit must lie submitted to the joint strilB! committee. 8 per cent, to the miners must lie continued. trainmen discharged after the order given to return to work to be re- instated. new men put on to take dis- charged men's places must be taken off. Fifth-All men discharged for attending labor meeting to be reinstated. trouble at Port Richmond and to arbitrated afterwards. On Monday evening the mechanics' assem- bly, comprising machinists, carpenters and skilled workmen employed in and about I'otUvilK- by the Reading Coal Iron com- pany decided almost unanimously that they wottkl not strike, under any conditions, po matter who gave tbe order. Like action was taken by the stalled mechanics at Read- ing. The to strike issued last night, in- however, all laborers, helpers, yard hands ami ramor employes at the shops, and everywhere not now out. This action was suggested to the general executive board eonfert-m-e, and when the strike is in force tbe leaders are to officially place it before the board, and they to place it before Pow- Icrly __________ Ktciteraent at Heading. Jaa. was c-on- Euierablo excitement here yesterday after- noon, over an expression reported to have twn made by Prtnulent Corbin, of theRead- ing railroad, that the SSRfo is uofiStr question of wages alone, that the miners have made the fight their fight, ami would not gu back if arbitration were promised them. It is claimed that un- der no cintmtstanoes will the miners go to work, unltss all trainmen discharged after the order given to go to work be rcin- There has been no improTcmptit in the traffic of the company. Not a coal car came tlonn the road yesterday afternoon, and only loaded rare through Reading from thf indivitlnal Tuesday night ami np to noon yesterday Jfew rules for KiiulaiKx- "t the railroad company's em- in thLi city ''issued by Superinteudent have been posted in all tbe shops. They are regarded as unusually stringent and the men riix-uswl them all the after- noon. _____ THr t oaferenee With Mr. Corbln. Jan. Record, in spooking about President Corbin'a rnnfer- em-c with the coal region business men says that-it tstud nearly an hour and a half, and the groaud was fully gone over in that time. Among other that were brought to tbe attention of President Corbm were the adopted at a general meeting of th" biKinfss mm of tbe region, and which wf in tliat an effort should be made to bring both together to arbitrate the sHciii. A member of Cbe committee stated that President Corbin said he would be will- ing n> bold u cwiiference with tho rerresenta- of the orgnniCT'ions who are on a The result of the interview will bo I ronght before a general meeting of the men of the coal regions to be beM to- at Piittsvilln. '___ CUu-k'S Thread Workers no On_ XKW YORI. Jan. strike of a novel was begun yesterday at tbe branch mill of the Clark Thread works at Kearney, apposite the Newark Two hundred and about thirty mon operatives in tbe Frame and cording rooms quit work because the proprietors of tbe mill rcf-wH to remove General Snperintendeat Herbert Watawloy. and reinstate Foremen Spillane and Oongbus who recently left the mill on account of al- leged tyrannical treatment OK tbe part of tTahnsley. Tbe strikers threaten that in an'effort made to fill their tbe spinners and other will join them. __________ Will Aftrr  .Me.. Jan. It tint Harry McSeaUr. brcthcr of tha Daco smniler. will Iran- here to-day to ac htehrotbrr Frank to nV lenboavK The pksoe is not known, hot MrSeally nmaftly that tbe boadn wonld br mxivOTnt and tbe bank offl- BUIIM-. Jr. Sew Yomc, Jan. "Ttr eMmtsoai of Jaaes O. Blame. Jr arrivo! IB rilT, aod Mr Plainr TV- Cable to tiwjuons gentleman's grandfaUter at Milan, wb" nent WRI UfcHy IMe. Jan. Flora of W T Kimimll, wfll Wffl. Vr TraHi iMMl flmir rta UK- Man Mw at J j usta fciT. ami left the mfrway iannwlsltalr. VkW dsitl ASHLAND. Pa., Jan. Everythmg is quiet here. All tke colli-rks are idle, and the ootloak is gloomy. Our streets are crowded with idle men. hot they are all quiet and orderly. They seem cheerful and are generally ng-itm of winning. Business roeti hope that MOW way out of the diflkutty may hv divovernl, but the outlook is not The joint meet- ing here to start Big Mm? Run failed and tbe colliery isidle. __ tlw BesrflBB Ur. CAJUSVL, Jan. The only col IkrKs in operation in neighborhood are the Mle-Moore and the ML CarmeL, run by individdal The capacity of tfaev two CoIUerios about 35 ran daily. ship ovvr tbe Pnonsylvania road. belnnsini: (be ttedding (xoqwiy te in All is quirt among _ OsvCMUrr; In OfwraJtoBL IV. Jan Tbf KMerprbe tbe only in niltny THE SECOND DAY. the Ben Hoykliu IMal at Cloclanatl. i, Jan. Prcwwator took leading part iu toe Hopkins tria) yesterday Mr. Hopkins ha'l a chili Tuesday nnd looked palu and foebto wbe> ttuos into court Mr. Hoyt snmed usavJ un being asked iu regard to Account A, that be thought Bop- kirn transacted business for himself and one ia all deals, prior U> and Janaary In the lad deal In regard to Account U, he caid Hopkins alwayf consulted Harper before he gave an order. Harper's name wai not to be con- nected with transactions at all. H-jnklns wax to draw the checks and Harper was to take them up. and Hopkins would meet at various places, but the former would always consult Harper by telephone' before giving an order. When Hopkins telegraphed witness to go to Chicago to meet J. W. Wilshire bo referred to Harper "tbe pope." AL Gahr was introduced to witness in Chicago as "Mr. but was after- ward toM the truth. Witnau kept four tcrounte for Hopkins: A, B, E and E representing Harper's. Ac- count E was opened May when under instructions from Hopkins bushels of wheat were purchased. Miss Jofiic Holmes, Harper's late confiden- tial clerk, will probably testify Friday. Barued SAN FSVAJICWCO, Jan. accident oc- curred on the Southern Pacific raUroad near Smnner, midnight Tuesday nigfat, which reratted (n tbetmroing of several pas- sengers and serious mjury to many otfaera, The north, bound Los Angeles express had jnst passed Surnner, Kern county, when the rear car, full of sleeping emigrants, broke loose and ran down a steep grade, After running for some distance, and when it had attained frightful speed, tbe car dashed aver an eighty foot embankment aivt in a moment of flames Several of the passengers are reported to be fatally burned, while many others were so severely hurt that they had to be carried to the nearest station. The main portion had next station, twenty miles dis- tance, beforu the trainmen discovered the loas of the rear car.___________ The nig Gun Cast. PrrrsmrBG, Jan. nine-ton steel gda was cast yesterdsy afternoon atthePitte- burg Steel Casting company's works. Th; mould was filled in two minutes and tvreuty- eight seconds. The completed gun will lie twenty-two feet four inches long: diameter ai bnwcu, twenty-three inches; at the muz- zle, ten inches. This gun east solid can be made for and made on the old "build- ing plan would cost JSi.uW. the indica- tions are at present that tlie gun win prove a perfect success. Among other interested visitors were Lieuts. Eaton, Fletcher, Force and trainwright, of the United States navy. Fought Fifteen Rounds. otuc, Jaii. Harabacker, of this city and Billy Clarkson.of Phila- delphia, each weighing I'.O pounds, fought fifteen rounds to a finish in an up-town club house last night. Clarkson got sick in die fifteenth round and threw up tbe sponge. Tbe fight lasted one hour and two minutes. Jack Reagan was referee. Hornbacktrs' eyasare closed, his nose broken, and lost several teeth. Clarkson is badly cut about the face. Death of a Well Kiwwn Stenographer. NEW YORK, Jan. 12 F. Warbnrton. ono of tbe oldest and licst known stenograph- in the country, died to-day of pneumonia at the age of sixty years. When he began business in New York there were but a dozen short hand writers in the city, and be accumulated quite a fortune. He wag prom- inent in Episcopal church matters and in many charitable Indications. Jan. fair v Feather, followed by snow in Illinois, light tt> fresh southeasterly wiads increasing in twee. St. PnEBSKTM, Janv 8k Patera Wg papers assesses Msat negotiations are in program far tbe coasbmcUoa of three great Bvnso-Chfnase railroads, connecting the two empires at points most convansaBc for the development of trade, ft is tatv raised, however, that the Russian pntioos of tbw lines will h-! laid out, conaU ucted equipped with greater regard for couTeaienee and in military transpintition ian for tbe enhancement of commorcial in- terest. OruaiBlte 1st Cork. dynamite scare was started here last evening by the receipt of information by tbe police of a plot, to wreck the government buildings iu this city. The HI'ice are closely watching incoming steam- ers and railroad trains for suspicion persons and the utmost vigilance is being exercised tu any scheme threatening the safety of life and property. Advices Front Madagascar. LOJTDOX, Jan. from Mada- gascar state that pending tbe final decision FINANCE AND COMMERCE. u, for the Mowy. Stock, Produce and CatUa Market for Jan. It. Nrw H3M4 per cent. steady. Governments steady. Currency salts. 11V bid; four coHpOslft, fonr-and-a-halfs, bid. The stock market opened quite firm, and during the first half hour uftm iTmai in uiltt ii bujring of Reading resulted in an advance of to per cent The advance had hardly been recorded, however, when the bears made a drive at some of the leading stocks and sncceded in forcing prices down to the lowest Retires br noon. The decline from tie highest prices ranged from n; cent, Thenur- ket lias since been dull. .19 OentnOFarlnc. Del- Lac. AW. Mich. Cent...... Missouri Pacific N.V.Central Northwestern dojreferred.. Mha PacMclfail St Hani Union. Ctaclraatl. riX-t'H-Kancr, family, ft WHEAT No. 3 red. 0 CORN- No. 9 mixed., i OATS-Xo.3mlxed So. X, We. mixed. 3SJ4C. No. S 1 HlUtTRV-Ooi_____ _____ .___ ixf ooowtii icir (A ontfic. 9c OTB4 toe one 'wrtb Wood arh> braaiM hr the mm of any proposed Ene of ni NEWSPAPER!   

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