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   Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1890, Salem, Ohio                               HE SALEM DAILY NEWS. 52. SALEM. OHIO, MARCH 3. 1890. TWO CENTS. TO FKEE CANADA. Cut Short 18. From ft He Eacftfea 'own, Down by Po- 0 Draw the Wea- rrifled a Caahler. March cks Gephart'a Saturday atter- ler with two re- bank ol farmer and had nel. Before the 1 the money he behind the rail- stove, as he had bought the heat cashier granted inger passed be- there, he took Iver and, cover- directed him to ie cashier left, the door, se- escaped, though jus to whom the larm. rch man cm of the robber icks Gephart's icgistercd at a ht. Police offi- :fleld, who had 4! of the btran- ivith Winchester ent to the hotel, lat the stranger Anger descended rented with the i pointed square- never quivered, around. "Throw th commanded, realize the situ- of obeying the hand in either oat to draw the ily a few hours ed Cashier Cohn, k. the motion to- sth Winchesters tly at his breast. L witi ons bullet another through, sit anger's boots 3b oE jf th.1 money his pockets, tu.'lv identified, pt dated at Bar- Robertson. The d a verdict was he oHicers of a-ny caused the death ense being their IvCT SHOPS. Will fter March 31. -The Board of >pted resolutions ens of market re- the collection irket reports and h 31, The employed in reports will be date and the sec- clirccted to notify Company to notify all" per- now furnishing1 postage of these REPUBLICAN LEAGUE. e to tte lollovied by the Na- tional Contention. NASHVII.CK. Teun.. March Re- publican League convention will be called to order at noon Tuesday by Major W. T. Watson, chairman of the local executive committee, who will de- liver an address of welcome and intro- duce Hon. G. N. Tillmann, who will make an address on behalf of the Repub- licans of Tennessee. He will be fol- lowed by Colonel William Rule, of Knox- ville, and by George W. Winstaad. Judge of Nebraska, president of the League, will respond on behalf of the League and the convention will pro- ceed to business. Am usement Hall has been decorated. The convention will be in session two days, transacting business during the day. On both nights mass meetings will be held for general speech making by prominent orators. During the con- vention the visitors will be shown points of interest about the city. The com- mittees have arranged to lodge visitors, and all preparations have been sompleted with ample funds on hand. A SAKCASTIC LETTEK. Speaker Uefinal to Attend a Ban- quet Given by Krittackiaaa Calls Forth a Humorous LOUISVILLE, Ky March 3 fol- lowing letter was sent last night to Representative Caruth, of Kentucky, by Jay F. Durham president of the Blue Brass Club of Louisville, in reply to Speaker Reed's declination to attend its Brst dinner, in which he gave as his reason fears of killed- "Your telegram announcing Speaker Reed's declination to attend the Blue Gra-ss Club dinner has bjen received. say to the Speaker that every ranee will be giren him that he will not be killed on his first visit, though, In case he should decide to die out here, special attention would be paid to ing his grave green This could easily be done by burying him beneath the blue grass." LOST THEIR REASON. Attendance Upon Meetings Conducted bj Christian Science Advocates Recalls Three Sisters Becoming Inssne. BLOOVIXGTON, 111., M.irch day night officers arnved from Say- brook, this county, having in custody three young -n omen, of that place, sis ters, Mrs. Mary Smith, and Misses Julia and Emma Baincs, were suffering from insanity of the TN ildest and mosl afflicting character Tuey have losl their reason from attend nco up jn meet- ings conducted by advocates and disci- ples of the doctrine of Christian science The married sister was the first to em brace the new doctrine and was soon joined by her sisters. All the efforts ol thuir relatives to control _thcra proved futile and it became necessary to put them in the county jail. CAUGHT IN A BUZZARD. Perilous .Jonrne> of a Traveling Salesraai and a Companion Green Bay. GREEN BAT. Wis., March French, a traveling salesman for Salz Schwab Co., of Chicago, left for Sturgeon Bay Thursday afternoon in company with Charles Angarrow, a driver. Their course lay across Green Bay. On the afternoon and night ol Thursday a fleroe blizzard prevailed, the snow falling in a blinding cload and tb.e wind blowing a gale. French and his driver arrived here Sunday in an exhausted condition. Tney spent two nights on Green Bay. one on Squaw Island and the other on the ice. Courts-Martial for Army Navy Officers and Charged With Cruelty to Private diers and Seamen. Auont be Tried Attract V: Attention Among People In the War NaTj March accusa- tions of cruelty on the part of army and navy officers to subordinates, as charged in the casesof private Wild and the sail- ors on board the United States steam- ship Enterprise, have created a great deal of gossip in army and navy circles here. Within ihe next few weeks courts-martial will probably be under way, one trying Lieutenant Steele, of army, at Fort Snelliug, Minn., for persecuting and imprisoning a private soldier for refusing to perform menial services for him, and the other trying Commander McCalla, of the navy, at Brooklyn, for cutting down with his a sailor for a breach of naval regulations. two cases coming so close together have attracted unusual attention. Even in departmental circles, where the cases have been topics of conversa- tion, it is not an unusual thing to hear the practice of cruelty by army and navy officers roundly denounced. Brutality on the part of officers! it is maintained, is not at all necessary to the proper en- forcement of discipline. In the casecof Lieutenant Steele, General Crook is now preparing a court-martial for his trial. Officially the case of Commander Mc- Calla, of the Enterprise, has not been called to the attention of Secretary Tracy, but as soon as it la the Secretary will doubtless follow the example of Secretary Proctor and order a court- martial to ascertain all the facts in the Private advices received here re- specting the two cases mentioned a cor- roborate the newspaper accounts which have been published about them. TELE "WIZARD" DEFEATED. Known. ir.-h special Kentucky river than ever known b Point Lick- under and A Miles Joan A Drunken Spree Fullowett by Cremation. .TOH.VSOXBUKO. Pa.. March Martin O'Malley and Peter Falcy were burned to death btn- Saturday O'Malley. who was a laborer, did oud about town. He lived in a link- shanty whicb was located near railroad track. The two men mentioned were on a CMalley and to about in tba and aig-lil the wiiile y-t in- liquor, njnst have turned on sow? The over fire la :ac and First Half of the BUUard Ends In a Victory for SloMon Over Schaefer. NKW YORK, March last regu- lar game of the big billiard tournament Saturday night attracted an immense crowd to Chickermg Hall. The players were "Wizard" Schaofer and "Gentle- man George" Slos'jon. The betting v. as heavy, v, ith Schaefer slightly the favor- ite, though most of the money had been laid at even odds Tne house was very enthusiastic and every brilliant play was gieeted with deafening applause. Slosson won after an exciting game, by The tie between Daly, Ives and Catton will be played off as soon as a suitable hall can be engaged. The entire tourna- ment has been a success in every par- ticular. The remaining half of the tournament will be played in Chicago, beginning April 5. Violent Storm In Gotham. XEW YORK. March heaviest snowfall of the season, accompanied by a high wind, has prevailed here since last night and shows no signs of abate- ment. A large number of serious acci- dents, resulting from falls on the side- walks are reported from the various po- lice stations and hospitals. The snow at midnight had pretty effectually blocked the street cars and even ele- fated trains were impeded. On Brooklyn bridge the trainmen and po- licemen were exposed to the fury of the storm and suffered severely. Tb'e ferry- boats were compelled to proceed with great care._________________ Murder Srn.i.w Minn.. March X. Groth murdered his last rvenin; and then cotntniived suicide, a razor in cajw. Groth 3eft a note indSeaiinsf that bi  jnalte IVT a boasc- rxplaaatjoB for tie murder and naicide was eivrn. ibovph Formed In Montreal for the of Llbrratiac the troak BacUah Hale. lloimtKAL. Qae.. March League been formed hero to bring about independence of Canada by 1S93 All American powers are to be asked to moral influence, and. if concerted action to free country from last vestige of Euro- rttto on continent. will have united with it all the Liberal clubs m the country. Ameri- can universities are to be invited to co- operate, as well as political bodies which for an object the bringing about of the final triumph ot democratic institutions throughout the world The League'will be under the control of a council, whose actions will be This new departure, com- ing the recent action of Liberal, in declaring for independence, much comment here. J. X. Per- rautt the "Young Liberals" are at the bead of the movement CORNER IN RUBBER. BlC Advance In Prices to Follow a Sharp More by a Manufacturer. NEW YOKK, March rubber boot and shoe manufacturers who have been in session here have adjourned to Wednesday at Boston. They at first decided to advance prices of rubber goods ten per cent., it is now Stated that they afterward resolved to make a fifteen per cent, advance, as later advices show the shortage of the crop of crude to be much greater than was supposed. Some manufacturers pre- dict that Para rubber will soon be worth a dollar a pound. It is alleged that the stock of rubber now held in the whole world is only a month's ordinary sup- ply. It is stated that all the rubber ob- tainable in this market was recently cornoMd by one shoe manufacturer, who secured about pounds. TEMSGRAPHERS' CONTEST. Being for a National Tooraauacnt Between Speedy of the Key. NEW YORK, March national fast telegraphing tournament soon to be held in this city is attracting a good Heal of attention. Liberal subscriptions to the fund to provide prizes have been received. The prizes wall amount to 1500. The tournament will take place during the afternoon and evening of April 10, at Hardman Hall. Tha entries will close on March IS. The transmission will pass over a wire which will be strung arouni} the hall, with instruments connected at con- venient distances. The number of to be transmitted by the contest- ants will be 250 or 500, according to the T of entries. The matter will be received on a typewriting machine. "TRUST. Gigantic Combination of Kenning a: Smelting Companies Formed. CHICAGO, March 3. The Herald says that with the exception of five com- panies all the refining and smelting companies of the United States have formed a trust with a capital of of which is to be com- mon stock and the remaining preferred stock. The common stock is to be used for the payment of fixed properties that go into the new organi- sation and the preferred stock for the purchase of ore and such personal prop- erty as it may be necessary to have. The chief object of the smelters is to place their interest beyond the control of the lead trust. of Mr. of West Virginia, By the Hoow of RepreaentatlTM Will Furnish the Basis for a Suit at Law. Tke Constitutionality of Speaker and the Action of the Majority Will Then Paused Upon. WASHINGTON, March pursuance of the statement made by Mr. Carlisle recently that the unseating of Mr. Pen- dleton, of West Virginia, will come up in the courts, Mr. Pendleton says: action in turning me out was clearly un- constitutional. A member is unseated the House and the quorum consists of 160 members, not 163. There are two ways and two places in which the question of constitutionality can be brought up. Suit can either be brought in the Supreme Court or the Court of Claims. The proceedings can be quo warranto in nature, and based on a call to the Speaker to show cause why he prevents me from exercising the privi- leges of a member. A suit for salary can also be entered. In either event, the question for settlement will bo whether the Sneaker has a right to de- clare a member unseated without a quo- rum voting." The Democrats say they will not bring suit until Mr. Atkinson votes on some bill which becomes a law, and then they will make the point that it is un- constitutional. The Republican man- agers are perfectly satisfied to make a test case of the matter. They claim they could have had a quorum voting when Mr. Pendlotcu was unseated, but in or- der to decide the question definitely they allowed Mr. Atkinson to take his seat on 162 votes. BydrophoMk Attacks m Yonnjt Farmer. ERIK. Pa.. March 3. John Wilson, a younff farmer living near Erie, is a vic- tim of hydrophobia. Ue lies ia convul- sions. Twenty-four years ayo he was bitten through the thumb by a dog. A few weeks ajco he felt a numbness in his band, and as soon as it reached bis he was by rabies. beld him fast with bvckskin- Ihirjng lacid inte-r- JKKTT fallow Ui and put of his asiscry. a single nan NAILED AT LAST. Man Who Skipped Out With Hl> Wealth U and the Money KecoTered. BUFFALO, N. Y., March Boss Car- ter, a telegraph operator from Cincin- nati, has been arrested here, charged absconding with belonging to the lady to whom he was engaged to marry. All but of the money was found in his valise. Carter offered vol- untarily to return, and he and two de- tectives left for Cincinnati Saturday. Carter arrived in Cincinnati the day after Thanksgiving and has been learn- ing the trade of a printer. He was en- gaged to Miss Anna Allen, living at Hamilton. O.. and all preparations had been made for the wedding Miss Allen had and the day before Thanks- giving she drew from the bank and turned it over to Carter for safe keeping, and he fled with it the night before tbe wedding, leaving bis wed- ding suit on his bed. An ErangelUt With Conrace. DAXVILLE. Ill, March Rev. Parker Shields, a young evangelist engaged in revival work at Metcalf, a village twenty-five miles southwest of this city, has aroused the dislike of many of the people there. He has been insulted on the street and has re ived letters threatening him with a coat of tar and feathers if he did not leave the place. He is now holding meetings guarded by a number of armed men whom be called to his assistance and declares that he will not be driven away. of Foul Flay. March 3. A man sup- posed to be Rev. Father Petor Feron. of Baltimore, died in the Pcnn hospital in tnis city yesterday under circumstances which lead the authorities to believe that he was foully dealt with. The body badly bruised the coroner will bold an inquest. Papers fyiad on the dead man's person showed bim to have been connected with the Jesuit insti tu- tu tr at Frederick, Md. He was about rears of LATEST NEWS ITEMS. by Telegraph Praam all Government receipts during February- past aggregated against during February, 188tt. At Oshkosh, Wis., the other day, Tur- ner Hall was completely destroyed by fire. Loss insurance Cause unknown. The carpenters employed in of the shipyards on the Thames river struck for an advance of sir pence per day in their wages. Pension payments for the past eight months amounted to against for the eight months of preceding fiscal year. The condition of Master Lin- coln remains unchanged. He is very- feeble, but in most respects not noticea- bly more so than he was a few days ago. A dispatch from St Petersburg re- ports the discovery of another Nihilist conspiracy whose programme included, a variety of outrages. A number of rests have been made in connection with the plot, A fierce snow storm accompanied by high winds is prevailing in the south of England and on the English channel. Several shipwrecks have already been, reported, in one of which three men were drowned. Manager Mutrie and seventeen play- ers of the New York League club have arrived at Charleston. S. C. Mutrie says that Turner and Lehane have been, signed as pitcher and first baseman re- spectively. Reports from Northern Texas say that hundreds of range cattle have been frozen to death during the present spell, and that unless the weather speed- ily moderates the loss of stock will be very severe. The Pope was visited recently by a number of Indians attached to Cody's Wild West show and he presented the.ni with medals and chmplets. The entire Wild West troupe are to be received by His Highness. The official returns of the re-ballots show that nine Conservatives, three Im- perialists, 17 National Liberals, 33 sinigs, 13 Socialists, 3 Guelphs and ft Democrats have been elected to the German Rcichbt.isj. At Madison, Wis.. Catherine Leinin- ger, the woman charged with poisoning- her aged husband John Loininger, been discharged from custody. There., was an insufficiency of evidence to hold the accused for trial M Eiffel, the celebrated French en- gineer, has ainvod in London. The chief object of his visit is to confer wifce Sir Edward Watkin regarding the pro- posed to er to ha constructed in En- gland on the lines of Eiffel's Paris tower, though larger. The delegates to the International American Conference are beginning to talk about final adjournment, which will probably take place about the 1st of April. Kearly all the committees have made their reports, and several of them have alreadv ad "i ted Stabbed to tne or a riayiaate. VICKSBITBO, Miss.. March 3. Fred Jacobs, aged sixteen, the son of a promi- nent merchant, was stabbed to the heart Sunday bv Ellis Adaras, same age, and died almost instantly. The boys were at play and the stabbing was accidental. The weapon was a small pen-knife and the wound little more than a puncture. THE MARKETS. flour. Craw ami NEW YOUR. March CU'Sol per cent. Exchange etocwd weak autd lower. Poned raies actual rates tot flay Mils and for d'mai.l. ciovcramcnt boads cln  nature Marc'i Fix-CK-Oranir at 14 MinneMU spring ai Xew 2 re 1 at No. 3 red ainc. naiiefl at No. 2 red at Se. No No SwaSle at. Xe, No. 1 ajli-d Faocj OaJry at VorkallSt OSuoal 31e. Stril'y at I.-FixrtTK-Firai. Mtoae- March Saararl S. Ma- -known saan sad x hcraxc ol Minn.. Xarrb and J. rare at Saturda a ast a lair at r3 twn JBarrti N -5- IBaT'h Z Jrtms a triji IT- Cw-A-s Tfi IU ?.J :r ._ s.o   

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