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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - February 8, 1890, Salem, Ohio HE SALEM DAILY NEWS. L NO- 33. SALEM. OHIO, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8. 1890. TWO CENTS. e.l Makes Cliarges Ir. Haddou. Evidence, the Latter y Guilty With 'ootL Exonerated of uminent Uoa With the ,b. Colonel James st witness before the tee yesterday. His :d nothing new. John of the Cincinnati En- He said he did not ot even the slightest He was shown the ,nd said that he had. Mr. McLean de- bellman was his pri- e did not even know ir been interested in jme and never had in pertaining to such a r absolutely nothing1 box matter and had Inoss relations with were signed to the mpbell, at whose in- Dampbell introduced took the stand and Ado Wood's acquaint- years ago in Cinciu- e he defended Wood se. Colonel Campbell fctorney in the ballot- read a list of stock- apany. None of the itors and Represent- s had been signed to ere on the list. Mr. member of Congress, ailed on to help the y' other than in intro- le box had been found iperfect. and experi- ccion were not begnn as a Represent- Governor Campbell st interest in the box. Idon's testimony lad shown him a list attached to a t, the witness said it He had never even i paper to Haddon. paper. The witness t riuddon had become Republican campaign :orge Topp had been position. After Hal- f the ballot-box paper -Gazette, it became a bother Governor For- to procure the forgery Haddon could have ter and freed Foraker but he did not so. Foraker and told him ruth (that there was and he knew that it his political career II sketched his con 3d in an interesting that Wood could not isecuiively. "If you aid to would be guilty of se you know belter. an untruth he could id not. know how to the witws r the bal- FUNDS FOLt STRIKERS, Millions of Money to Before May 1. Tttr of Workmen Locked Out ou Account of eight- BOSTON. Feb. local paper states, apparently on the authority of the lead- era of the movement, that there is to be organized in this country previous to the eight-hour strikos'of May 1, 1890, a ffigantic labor-financial alliance within the ranks of the American Federation of Labor. It i'-> proposed to accumulate a joint stock fund of at least before May 30. to be placed at the dis- posal of any trade whose crafts may be on strike or locked out The organiza- tion of this alliance is said to be al- ready well under way, although the matter has been kept as secret as possi- ble. The leaders claim that labor organiza- tions have practically given nothing but and that the past is strewn' with innumerable wrecks of labor asso- ciations whose members had not learned that an empty pocketbook meant hun- ger and that hunger always enabled the employers to win. There are affiliated the American Federation of Labor workers. Allowing that this number of men average forty working weeks in a year, that would give 000 for a joint fund by each man paying ten cents a week. It is claimed thart the insurance of workmen against loss ef wages will in- crease the numerical strength of labor organizations, and future conventions of national unions will represent millions instead of thousands. This placing of at the disposal of a single trade does not mean a multiplication of Strikes, nor a rule or ruin policy. It means that fewer strikes and lockouts will occur and thf suiloring of the fami- lies of workmen shall never again take place. A GENUINE BLIZZARD Strikes Iowa and Mimiesotu anil Knge 'arrowlr Co-ape Tex- Feb. new court in iliss city wa< totally destroyed by fire yesterday. Several difir-.ial.s aad clerks Jc the as Srt- ia from adef.fiive sad IT WAS LOADED. Accidental Discharge of m Gun Kesulta in Fatal Injury to it Prominent Lynching Narrowly ATerted. FKASCISCO, Feb. ace it dental discharge of a shotgun ip.' a Kearney street saloon late Friday "after- noon resulted in the probable fatal in- iurr of John Ferguson, one of the Cali- fornia Athletic Club directors, and the slight wounding of President Fuida. of the same club. Frank Renfrue. a mu- tual friend, was fooling' with the shot- gun when its load was discharged. Fer- guson was lilt in the back and some of the spent shot struck Fulda in the face- but did not seriously injure him. Ren- frue was hurt in the band. The report of the eun attracted a great crowd, who thought another murder had been com- mitted, and the police bad dilSculty in protecting Keafrue from the inob that wanted to Ivnch him. the for Feb. is tbat Pn-'wdent will issue on Monday a opcniuff the- Jsoux In- ANOTHER COMBINATION. Plan to Merge the Erlaoser Hallway Sys- tem with Thut of the Klchmnnd Term- Scheme Nearly Ready for Con aummatlon. NEW YORK. Feb. is reported that the Richmond Terminal Company, which has gobbled up nearly all the roads in the South, is preparing to include the Erlangcr system in its line of roads This deal is to be brought abont through the East Tennessee. Virginia
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