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   Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - March 4, 1890, Salem, Ohio                               HE. SALEM'..DAILY NEWS. NO-53. SALEM. OHIO, TUESDAY. MARCH 4. 1890. TWO CENTS. it In a Fiiffht- sion t. Wayne 4 Chi- tfear Lake- 0.- tk Horror to la the ;h 4. The Pitts- Chicago railroad Lakeville, atone ug, it has bad for n and thousands were con- t> followed a col- ion of westbound >ke down a mile d the fourth ftec- i crashed into the y after the crash n front of the ca- attered the burn- >bris, which took j. On the engine Cowan, fireman id brakeman Ed- lem received fatal a reached ere found the fire body was found burned to a crisp. i married and had 'hey lived at Al- as unmarried and a. The oil from idded fuel to the twenty freight ibout 500 feet of the fire that the ,ed out of shape uried engine waa lly 'damaged' that ienger traffic was len hours. The ins were sent over :ity, Creston and of the wreck was engineer to stop ikeman from the apposition is that leep on the engine to jump, if they he crash. 5 STRIKE. irgh ft Laktt Erie Increase In Wages i The switch- ne Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Lake yesterday for an They demand an Se.lO for day and No attempt was trains and con- 5 experienced in .ins out on time. I non-union men. in Europe. The nt they have no tier and can not Superintendent nes will be only lienced and that the places of the journey- is city yesterday Ol" iMtt i they will corfl- >rk eight hours a iour. A jubilation hooper Union and by representative wO men marched to Cooper Union, cs of tbe losses signed. (Taming. b tioa in the had oppo- NATIONAL LAW-3IAKERS. the Senate and House WASHEMGTO.V, Marei the HOUM yesterday Mr. O'DounelL of Michigan, presented. a petition of the Seventh Day Ad- ventiMa. having proWstiag afainst the enactment of any law in regard to Sabbath observance. Mr. Banks, of Massachusetts, secured the ms- pennon of tbe rules aad the passage of a joint roioiutioa antborizinK the appointment of thiny examlnen in the Pension Bortnu. Mr. Perkins, of Kansas, moved the suspension of the rules to put upon passage the Senate bill for the organization of the Territory of Oklahoma, with thsHovse substitute therefor. The motion, after considerable debate, lott. Mr. Honk, of called np the Ar- kanwui contested election cMe of FeatheiMOM va. Gate. Mr. Outhwaite in favoring the oon- tenee, aihibited what known as the double- action ballot-box, wh-ch. the Republicans cay. was used to district and enabled tbe precinct Judges to throw aside the vote of any Republican. Adjourned. Voorhees offered a preamWe and resolution (referrefi to the Committee on Finance} reciting that in the recent .ease of the far seal of Alaska to the North Ameri- can Commercial Company, all the forms of law had not been complied w.th, and calling on the Secretary of the Treasury for copies of all the bids and eorresrondence with bidders, and di- recting the Secretary to refrain frcm executing, or delivering the lease the been inquired Into by th'- Senate Mr. Mitchell offered a which vras agreed to, directtn? the Committee Foreign Relations, to consi 'er the adns.ibthtf ofraisinz the Turkish mission to the cond class, ana malting the Silary ol American Minister to that counti-y vThe bill nxiagtfcc salaries of United States District Judges at taken up ana The Educauonal bill was taken up and Mr. Spooner spoke in opposition to it He said he thought education on the instalment plan was dangeroos and that the ellect ol the bill would be to stimulate unduly schools in the South, and that when years ended the South- ern States to raisin? by taxation the sums that would be necessary to keep up the schools. Mr. Blair obtained the floor to reply to Mr. Spooner and the Senate, a brief executive session, adjourned. LOTTERY BILL SCARE. Benewed Excitement in North Dakota Over About the Louisiana Peo- ple. GBAJTD FORKS, N. D., March. following circular was received here Monday from Major Bently, of Bismarck: "There are strong rumors that the in- famous lottery bill will soon be reintro- duced in the Legislature, and that M. A. Dauphin, president of the Louisiana Lottery Company, is now in the city. Circulate and forward protests to the secretary of the committee at onoe. Ar- range to have leading: citizens come to Bismarck toexert their influence against the bill." The citizens here are considerably ex- cited and the sentiment soems to be that the bill will pass if introduced again. KILRAIN SENTENCED. irl fin.wti a JJrtMnJ war CAPITAL Comptotnte of Violation of tto Alien Contract Labor Law. Workfi Fair Comtnittoenen Invited to Visit Chicago and Look at Available Sites. Eteetton Blazon's of Inspect! to tfco March has been filed at the Treasury meat that "greaaers" from Mexico an) imported under contract to work on Texas Pacific railroad in Texas. Mexican laborers, it is stated, are em- ployed in large numbers on the Texas Pacific railroad in construction work, and avoid a technical flotation of the Alien Contract Labor law by coming OTer under an implied contract which is' entered into formally when they arrlTe. The members of the World's Faircom- mittees of the House and Senate are con- sidering an invitation that has been ten- dered then) to visit Chicago, with a view to looking over the available sites for the fair and to discuss financial matters connected with the proposition. No action kas been taken by the commit- tees on the invitations. Internal Revenue Commissionser Ma- son will start on an inspection tour to-_ day through the Southern Statet on Atlantic seaboard. HB will visit collec- tors in North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama, Georgia and Louisiana. His trip will last about two weeks. Mr. Mason, laterin the spring, will visit the Southwest The object of these trips is to get better acquainted with the per- sonel of the service and the methods in vogue in transacting'public business in his bureau. Mr. Jenks, counsel for the Democratic) claimants in the contest for the tana seats in the United States Senate, said Monday that the only thing that he would file with the committee in support in the argument presented for them was a copy of the 'recent decision in the Silver Bow case, which was de- termined in favor of the Democratic contestant, and which is thought to have a direct bearing on the Senate contest. A board of naval experts has reported to the Secretary of the Navy in favor of Two Months' Imprisonment and 82OO Fine for Sullivan's Antac.oni5t. PURVIS, Miss., March Jake Kilraia appeared in court yesterday n-orning-for sentence: After dwelling briefly on thtf laws of Mississippi against prize ing. and speaking in severe tarrns-o; invasion of the State by the prisoner and his friends last July for an unlawful purpose, the judge sentenced Kilrain to two months' imprisonment the Pur- vis jail, and to pay a fine of S20Q. John L. Sullivan's case, which is on appeal from sentence of one year, will probably be decided next Monday. Saloon-Keeper Shot by a Constable. DES MOFNES, la., March 4. Constable Kinner, a liquor searcher, shot "Dude" Henderson, a negro tough, last evening. The officer had searched Henderson's place for liquor and the latter resisted. The result was that Henderson was badly bruised, and in a few hours start- ed out after the officer. Meeting him a public street both began firing and three shots entered Henderson's one passing through his stomach. The negro's wounds will prove fatal. Jack Defttrnrtlre 'Work. ST. Auoc-sTrxE. Fla.. March The weather is still frosty, but is moder- ating. The mercury at twenty-five degrees Sunday night. Hanaaas aad early track gardens arc ba'll r damajcd. Orange are badly nipped. and in some localities the trees been killed. There will be a on next season's crop, as tbe in bloom. r March 4. William Sayrc. who during a qaar- Pef February V by Sunday nicht and ar- 03 a charjcr sa-rdU-r. ItotA wrrr rxreaj? habits. TJwT over tea ja a jraaw craps. art- rrnpoc'Ji- aad wrtl-to-do. CAME TO LtPE AGAIN., of St. Mu Wko, It to aaM, waa Bated All m Myctoriow ST. Louis. March The local piusled over the ease of John O'Con- nor, which is certainly a moat remarka- ble one. It ia claimed that died that his body was taken to the ue, where it was identified by hia who had him buried in Calvary Gametery. A few days later it was that .O'Connor was alive, that had been mistaken and .that man who was taken to the grave was not husband. It -now that, there every, reason to believe that waa not buried by proxy, in Ua own proper person aoaie.tome between the night of Monday, February 10, and the afternoon of Wednesday. O'Connor was seen last Saturday night and stated most emphatically that the grave in the cemetery is empty, and he exhibited a cut which had been made half way across the abdomen. He ia of the opinion that he was really buried that his body was taken up and conveyed to a dissecting room while in a stita of suspended animation, and that when the first incision was made it caused a flow of blood which restored him to consciousness. He states that he went to a lodging house Monday even- Ing and that he knew nothing more until Wednesday night, when he found -himself seated on the court house steps in a dazed condition, weak and sick. WOMEN VS. MEDICS. Members of a Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Inaugurate Cru- Against ViTUectlon and Phjrelclana Who Practice It. PHILADELPHIA, March 4. The physi- cians of this city are stirred up over the war that the women's branch of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to 'Animals has begun against vivisection. A warrant has been served on Dr. Ben- jamin T. Shim well, demonstrator of anatomy at the Medico-Chirurigical Hospital, on the charge of cruelty to an animal in the process of vivisection. operation was performed on a dog Dr. Shimwell before the faculty and of the college, for the purpose Of showing how human life could be saved when the intestines are injured by a punctured wound, or one caused by an explosive weapon. The operation was very successful and was repeated a few days later on a man who was the adoption of the Thompson electrio [-Wounded in the abdomen and it saved welding process, for use on vessels afloat and in the navy yards. By this process metals, whether similar or dis- similar, can be welded together. The War Department has just installed a planfat Watervliet arsenal to be used The funeral of Commodore George B. White took place from St. John's Epis- copal church yesterday. After a brief service the body was taken to Philadel- phia, where the remains will be interred in the yard about St. Peter's church. The pall-bearers were the chiefs of the bureaus of the Navy Department. Democratic In Iowa. DES Moists, Ia., March elec- tion here Monday resulted in a victory for Mayor Carpenter and the entire Democratic municipal ticket. A tele- gram from Fort Dodge says tho entire Democratic ticket was elected there, for the first time in the history of the city. Ortumwa. tho home of Captain Hutchi- son, tho opponent of Governor Boies in tbe late Stato election, also went Demo- cratic, and reports generally through- out tho State show large Democratic gains. _______________ Cnrr. Mo.. March Treasurer Xoland was suspended yester- day by Governor Francis, pending an examination of book's. Noland says his accounts with the State are wnvct and will tbe closest It sasd Jhat the only cause for the in- is that Xolaai bat not f 01- tae statatoTT rrqairemcnts in aad be satisfactorily ArmnH JlarcJj Traia <-ar_y bsairv-t? arrived tiead of traian. (Jeff, of Virjrmta. MIMA his life. Tho women's society is de- termined to push the Crusade gainst vivisection, and there is every promise of a fierce legal war. DYING OFF L.EKJE SHEEP. terrible of DUeaie Amouc; Brit- ish Troops In the Ernst. March dispatch from Calcutta gives sickening details of the Sufferings of the British troops engaged in the Chin-Lusai expedition. Notwith- standing the stringent orders tele- graphed from the India office respecting sanitary regulations, the "health of .the troops shows no material improvement. Of 150 men sent from Kars as reinforce- ments, not one-half -were able to reach the front. Of Punjaub coolies sent from Calcutta to reinforce the Chin col- umn, 850 men were either dead or in the hospital before the Chin column had been forty-eight hours in the hills. It is charged that this mortality is due to the cruel action of the military authori- ties at Calcutta, who sent the men to the front without tents or covering, leaving them continually exposed to tho heavy rains. Exciting PKACH Ariz.. March Chief Engineer SUnton and hfe party of railroad surveyors reached the mouth of Diamond creek. twenty-Sve miles below place. March 1. Every one in well aad no serious accident of any kind has happened since that to r Xiam January I. trip throuyh tbe Grand caaon of Color- ado was of much daafWr and excitie- iwni.jHat has far in war. One boat was while .rtliaf it down a lalL, hut ao  Stan ton air shaft, where they will make, every effort to break through a pillar of coal and rescue the men if alive. The- victims are: Michael Ferry, Thomas Jameson. Thomas McDonald, aged twenty; Thomas McDonald, aged twen- ty-one; John McNealis (all and Frank Call, Hugh Dugan and Thomas Williams, men of family. The mine is owned by the Lehigh Wilkesbarre Coal Company. SUICIDED ON A TKA1X. Ptstol Shot In the Head Finishes Earthly Career ot m in Pull- man Car. ROAKOKE, Va., March as the eastbound passenger train on the Nor- folk Western railroad came in Roa- noke last night the passengers in the Pullman car were startled by a pistol shot coming from the smoking compart- ment. The porter rushed into the little room, and there found a> man lying be- tween the two seats with blood from a wound in the head. The man died almost immediately. Papers found In the dead man's pockets disclosed the fact that he was Charles A. Wise-and that his home was in South Greenfield, N. Y. He was returning from Jackson- ville, Fla. The suicide was about forty- five years of age. j FRIGHTENED BURGLARS Give Up Attempt to Rob ft Bank Vault Contained In Cash. RIDGEWAT, Pa., March attempt was made Sunday night to rob the' Elk County bank. The bursrlars cut through, the solid walls of the building and were working at the vault when they gave up the job. They were undoubtedly fright- ened away, as they left a number ot their tools lying about the place. When the bank was opened yesterday morning- the clerks discovered about four feet of the wall removed, and brick, mortar, etc., scattered around. Tho vault con- tained which was found undis- turbed The atterripted robbery was by experts and caused a great sensation. Seizures Wliieli Trouble. MONTGOMERY, Ala., March States Marshals are still seizing the> mills, rafts and timber of parties ac- cused of illegally using timber land now claimed by the Government, but at time granted to the Mobile Girard. railroad. The lumber industry is seri- ously Interfered and many men are thrown out of work. For this reason, an effort is being made to have the court permit tne mills to continue running, pending final decision of the dispute. Knocked Oat by Monuter Petition. AtBAirr, Y.. March the As- aembly last night a petition signed by about citizens for ballot reform was presented. It weighs about pounds and was brought in by fourteen men. Mr. Shchan objected to its beinj presented until after the regular busi- ness. Speaker Hosted said it should be> brought in and Shehan was literally pushed down the aisle by the bearers of the petition. He protested vigorously and there was quite a scene. A HM for PrcTsncnoir. March P. Pottor. of the Pittsburgh Players" League club, stated yesterday that the Players' League not jroing to allow the Na- tional League to make aar stronjtrr for public patroaage than it. To this end at about definitely decided to place tbe price of tweaty- instead Sfty as pre- viously detcraiiaed on. wist -tw-_ ..1 March eatployed in the in Iron FouixlrjV utrnrV They her oTfr aad alwm TIW work- are thrown out work of atrike. is, due A reocat aoTioc tkalaftrr Marrh rica not of tikioBK, Ttj- dr-a-Jb at Ihr o trr V-iac ar Innti ''irnU sky ?i M; 1 I i I An mflff -Sotif. t f'fTtltTT TI _ MM.C k -.2i ru r lur .-----i HW --t: "1 K r _ BMC >K'H iiAp. inua fW   

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