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   Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - March 5, 1890, Salem, Ohio                               HE SALEM DAILY NEWS. NO. 54. SALEM. OHIO, WEDNESDAY. MARCH 5. 1890- TWO CENTS. >r Proves False rust. nk of LouiSTille, a Trusted e. Whisky Ruin. William e Louisville Citj led on last Satur- 30 of the bank's n. Nothing has a. It is supposed a. The bank will by its loss, which than as of Mon- 3 failed to appear I hour. It was his bank shortly be- in company with Parker, open the le day's business, me o'clock every es went by and me "Well, he's me, about eight can not get back thought the is a sister who is nd maybe She is h was in his pn- for Parker and rted. Parker sent not. Mr Leech len the thought that possibly the bank of a large ill open the safe said Lsech. The he count of the to check up short time both 300 in bank notes Pope took the ly night for Chi- whether he went from there. A photographs and ve been mailed to all is attributed to S STRIKE. rie OUclaU Claim t Tiling of the Fast, II .i Oiiterent Story. -The officials ake Erie railway their yardmen at the trouble is e past Tuesday lent Yohe held a strikers, telling o tne absence of lothing could be Ed that on the re- every thing would p. Some of the e read} to return from the he strikers unani- itinue tho strike. issued a bulletin ers. forty-eight in jploy of the com- itchmcn and con- by the strike. vi ill hare new aad a fall force REPUBLICAN LEAGUE. First Day of Convention at Nashville and Xneh Interest NASHVILLE, Tenn, March State delegations to the National League of Republican Clubs began to arrive at Amusement Hall sho-tly after eleven o'clock Tuesday morning and from that time until the assemblage was called to order the members busied themselves in wire pulllnff for the next president of the organization, and in becoming ac- quainted with each other. The conyen- tion hall is the largest in the city, hav- seating capacity for people, and it was elaborately decorated When Hon. A. J. Watson, chairman of tha local executive committee, called the as- semblage to order and made the address of welcome there were nearly 600 dele- gates present At least 100 more are ex- before the convention adjourns. Hou G N Tillman Cantain William Rule and W G Winstead, all of Ten- nessee, followed with brief addresses, after which the convention was turned over to President Thurstou, of Nebras- ka, his annual address. The usual committPCb were then ap- pointed, after which the convention took a rece'is to allow tho various com- mittees to complete their The convention will at ten o'clock to-day Cincinnati will likely be selected the next place of meeting. A mass meeting was held at Amusement Hall last night, _at which speeches were delivered by General (ioff, of West Vir- ginia, and others. Many Democrats were present CONGRESSIONAL. Day In the Elec- tion Caie Takes Up the Time of the House. WASHINGTON March th" Senate yes- terday the resolution off red b> M' Voorhees in regard to the lease of the fur seal islands in Alaska to the North American Commercia Company was reported back from the Finance Committee adversely ou the ground that the Treasury Department had aiready made thi lease and thar committee had no power t artment will to-day investigate one of men Carnes is a hrother-in-law of four of the most the mountains, who also of the Slusherside of the feud. the most remarkable msUtutions wh.ch their forcw Md 8tmrted has ever been established in Baltimore. "Li... hut bare not but have not in contact with each Should they do so, a battle will be the iwilt Either side numbers over thirty- flve well armed men. During the past year two open battles hswe been fought, and men have been killed on both sides. This trouble be- llied is imminent. A man living on Poplar creek, six miles south of this place, came to town for a wagon load of ;t is a faith cure hospital called "Christ's institute'' and is run by colored men. It a located on Stirling street near Eager. Its existence was discovered Monday by ;he death of a woman from consump- ;ion. The chief officer of the establish- ment is "Dr." Kennard A reporter called on him yesterday tor an interview as to the methods he employed. Ho said: "I am the pro- prietor of Christ's Institute, which has been established to cure people by the help of God. I use homeopathic medi- cines and cure anv kind of disease that flesh is heir to Durmj the year 1888, I became convinced that God desired through me to heal diseased people and on February 2, 1SS9, I opened this place. Since that time I have had at least or patients, many of them white persons, and all were cured except the woman whose certificate was sent to the health office. She had the consump- tion, and was dying when they sent for i tor the purpose erty between the man and nis but could agree only in ular i and that was to me. I have patients from three months to 100 years old- Some have paralysis, chronic rheumatism, stiffness of joints and affray that occurred on that day evening, in which old man Archie pegeer, his son, and McKinney, his son- in-law, were killed outright by Joe Turner and two other men from Bell County. The trouble came out of dividing some household goods belonging to McKin- ney and his wife, who had separated. They all congregated at Legeer's house of dividing tbe prop- wife, one partic- settle the rneumatism, sunness 01 joints, etc, but they will all be cured in a short 1 time." How he treats disease: 'My treat- ment varies as I am directed by the voice of God. When a patient come to me or I go to see him or her, I place my Bnger on the part affected and instantly I am directed by God what kind of medi- cine to use and what else I ought to do. I make no charge for treatment or medi- cine I am willing to accept whatever they feel able to pay. I have also twentv-three pupils whom lam learning to be doctors. I charge them nothing or their instructions, as it has pleased Almighty God to give me the wisdom and Up stairs were found a number of white and colored people who had been, they said, afflicted with palpitation of the heart, djSpspaK-. etc and v.eic all cured by Kencaid Health Coromission- r Rohe and his assistants will make a rigid examination or th.e lieved that the consumptive patientw bo died Monday is bat one of many deaths resulting from faith in the March Ov-laad thi- city Tuesday nnc illness. He past PrrrsBCKon. March 5. Puts- burgh Times, of which C. L. Magee is the chief owner, yesterday purchased for 5165.000 a lot fronting forty-five feet on Fourth avenuo and extending back 171 feet to Third avenue, where it has a frontage of sixty feet. On this ground, covers 9.000 square feet, the will at crx-ct a ton-story buildinff. property will cost 3MO.WO aad will be a building._____________ March and several wounded was the result. A man named Stringer and one named Lane were killed at Gray's, near here a few days since, making a total of six killed for the last week in this county, WENT TO THE WALL. frallnre of Indiana Bank with Large Gone Glltn- ________.________ ___ citv covermneat and the other a Senate bill to rcdisinct the city Davton into there were not Mtough Democratic Senators present to a and the two measures were postponed. Other bills passed as follows. To authorize the Council of {forth Baltimore to borrow W5.000 and purchase natural gas plant, to authorize the Council of Perrjsbnrg to sell the natural ras plant owned by the village; providing that In taking the school enumeration, children of school age shall be classified according to pre- scribed rules; anthori'ing additional levies, not to exceed nve per cent of property valuation, la Toledo for sewer puroosrs, ippropriatlng 000 to pav for copies of the Revised purchased for members of the General Assem- bly. Bills were .introduced as To pro- Tide that no trustee or steward of a public insti- tution shall, when appointed, be a residcftt of ihe county m which the institution is situated, providing that when a person has been wrong folly conllned in the Ohio penitentiary he shall, upon presenting evidence to that effect which is satisfactory to the Oov ernor, receh e a daj for the term during which he served, to pre- vent the partition of an estate within one year, unless the estate is sooner settled or per Bonal property is sufficient to pay giving Circuit courts final Jurisdiction as to the alidi- ty of ordinances, coolest of elections, foicible entry and detention ard minor cases, un less two Circuit courts decide differently on the same question of law, to require that plans and spec flcatious shall bo 3rawn and contracts let on public bidding for all bridges costing 1300 or more each Republicans were in a majority lor a short time this morning a number of Democrats being late in reaching the hall. Mr. McKeh ey made a motion to discharge the Fi- nance Committee from further considerat-on of his resolution providing for biennLil sessions of the Oeneral Assembly Before a vote was reached enough of the absentees had arm ed to save tho day for the majority motion was lost on a strict party vote The vote by which the Senate joint resolution authorizing the Adjut mt General to 3o guns to the drill corps of the Cincinnati University, was lost on Thursday, was reconsidered and the resolution referred to the Committee on Military Affairs A bill was passed under a suspension of the rnles repealing the act under which the town of Jefferson, Harrison County was incorporated. Tt appears that the citizens of that village over- looked tbe fact that they lived in a municipal- ity, and have failed to elect officers for the past twenty-ave years Mr Spencer's bill, passed and reconsidered last week providing for the admission to asylums of unknown lunatics, was again passed after amending it so as to provide that such admissions shall not count against the quota of the county in which the lunatic is found. Mr. Critchfleld's bill amending Section SiST ot the Revised Statutes so as to take females out of the class exempted from arrest for debt was Indefinitely postponed Bills passed as follows: Authorizing to >ote on a proposition to issue 825 000 in bonds to establish an electric light plant; authorizing: the trustees of Tusca- rawas township, Coshocton Countj, to transfer the township to the road fund, to authorize Wellston, Jackson Counts, to issue toO 000 in bonds to establish a system of water works iiuthorizing thr> Board of education of i school district to issue MO 000 In bonao for school purposes, of which is for WILKESBARRE, Pa., March, The> rescuing party, that went tbfr Stanum shaft Tuesday morning alter the seven miners shut in by the fire im the mine Monday, re turned shortly attar one o'clock without making any discovery. advanced sane 'dis- tance and came to a point from whtefc they could see the light of the blajunff tunnel, but could proceed no further. Along the way they made the most care- ful search for traces of the missing men, but it was of no avail. After the searching party returned. Mine Inspector Williams and Superin- tendent Morgan entered the colliery oa a private uu estigation. They were sup- plied with lamps and had every of communication from the subterranean chambers to the surface fully estab- lished. The officials were determined to exhaust every means to rescue men before abandoning the search. About the homes of the imprisoned men sympathizing neighbors gathered, tendering their sympathies and endeav- oring to assuage the grief-stricken wives and children by tho utterance of hope- ful possibilities. It was a terrible sight to view and one which the stout- est heart. All hope of saving the entombed min- ers has been abandoned and the mine is being flooded. The damage to the prop-" erty will be very great The fire bad extended 700 feet from its point of origin at last reports. INVITED BY THE CZAR. the March The Senate yesterday in secret session debated at length a resolution offered by Mr Dolph in behalf of the committee recently ap- to investigate executive session leakages, calling for the arrest and im- prisonment of A. J Halford. of the As- sociated Press, and George G. Bain, of the United Press, for contempt in re- fusing to divulge the source of the news concerning secret sessions which they have sent out from time to time. Xo agreement was reached on the resolu- tion. ___ With Va.. March 5 a Mexican war reteran and pp n- aioaer about ciffhty old. was ar- Tuesday on suspicion of har- inj sjurderHi his wife. had hern drinkinit pnsttr hard for teTeral days. and Xbc Monday heard at wife j kill found in r with brr In a jrflr. Bisbop binuwlf came In aai Hfltao- that MuNCiE.Ind., March banking firm of C. L. Lewis doing business in Winchester, a town of inhab; Itants, twenty miles east of this city, closed its doors Monday and made an assignment. Experts are in charge of the books All the county officials made deposits with tbe bank and are conse- quently heavy losers. The treasurer will lose the auditor and buite a number of citizens and farmers ouuuo lur pciiooi puryoscB, -will lose smaller amounts, ranging irom new buildings authorizing the trustees ot Mont 4100 toSl 000 The firm has been doing villptownsnin Ge 11151 County to flitionjl ,Tound for cemetery An In- business for a number of years ana was i to tne funeral of ex Sen-itorPeu regarded as being one Of the most sub- dleton was accepted by the House stantial banking houses in the State. Great excitement prevails over tbe as- signment. ______________ An Arrest Canned Sensation. LEXTXGTOX. Kv.. March S. Kellar. secretary of the Belt line rail- weekly road, has been arrested on a charge 01 Csti0ns wm toatinue- grand larceny of a certificate of stock in the company. Kellar says he was ar- rested because he voted in the municipal election for a candidate for mayor who opposed by the road. He says his JTatnous Government to VUlt Siberia and Study the S) stein. WASHINGTON, March 5. Colonel Perry S. Heath, the w ell-kaown correspondent and author of Hoosier in has received an invitation from the sian government and the offer of fe "royal pass" to visit Russia and Siberia. and accompany Duko Alexis, the com- mander of the Russian army and heir apparent to the tbrone, on a tour through Siberia next sammcr. Tho imitation is extended to Colonel Heath so as to afford him an opportunity of inspecting1 and presenting t-o the people of the United States and to the world, a Statement of the management of Siber- ian prisoners aad the exile system. Jlr. Heath has the invitation under consid- ation and is disposed at tho outset to ac- cept but has not yet positively de- cided whether he will 
                            

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