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   Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1890, Salem, Ohio                               HE SALEM DAILY NEWS. NO. 61. IONAL SALEM. OHIO, THURSDAY. MARCH 13. 1890. TWO CENTS. Immigration HIGH WATERS: fag Tote in tbe icational BilL e Meaiorc FrovMU venuneat la Okla- h 13. SESATE ion for the inves- on matters was yesterday with s extending the ase of American apital, and to the New York bar- depot Mr. Ed- eceiyed letter the Treasury on e's Island. The j removal of the om Castle Garden good administra- n laws; that Bed- hest obtainable and that the sec- rue the proposed :pression of Con- I be any interrup- ns for the change. a concurrence in uts. The motion 30 the concurrent both houses. The 3 from the record ade by Mr. Call in scussion with Mr. to yeas 36, nays oted in the afflrm- Puph, Vance and roceeded to consid- itlon reported on r that it is compe- o elect a President told the office dur- ,e Senate and un- and shall execute en the Vice Presi- i argument against titutional grounds. f Mr. George's re- ,wo o'clock having nal hill came up as and Mr. Plumb or an indication of e on the bill could andmg w as reached George concluded le matter of fixing f of a vote on the again taken up and a vote could be Thursday or Friday some discussion was fixed upon. an amendment to it all votes taken better yea or nay shall be made pub- he session at which le motion was re- trtee on Rules. Con- olution in regard to CD. was resumed and i amendment mak- President pro tern. ring all future ab- e President." Mr. mp.nt in favor of the is agreed to. :SE. inois. from tbe Com- ported a resolution or the consideration ill, the Baal vote to .f ter a brief discus- ion it was adopted t into Committee of klahoma bill. n followed over the nts prohibiting the liquors in the Tor- license amendment; ndment prohibiting inio-ticatinu liquors until after the ad- -t session of the Ter- adopted. Holman an amend- irovidinc that none if-cd in the Territory so or benefit of rail- tho right of a ted. Pending fur- cotninittco arose and ky the Signal JMncw Froaa Btvcra. WASIUXGTOX, March Signal Office furnishes the following special river bulletin: The stage of the river at Cairo, 111., yesterday was 48.8. The water has risen half a foot in the past twenty-four hours and ona foot in the last four days. The conditions are fa- vorable for a further riae. Within the next five days the river will approxi- mate the highest known two feet At Cincinnati in the twenty-four hours past there has been a rise of seven feet; at St. Louis one foot. There has been a fall of eight feet at Chattanooga and one foot at Nashville. The quantity of rain that has fallen in the drainage for tho Ohio river in the past four days is estimated to be four and a half cubic miles. Three cubio miles of this has fallen in the area be- tween Cincinnati, Chattanooga and Nashville At Vicksbu-jir the stage of the water is 47.4 feet. Jb has risen four- tenths of a foot in the past tw enty-four hours It will probably rise to forty- nine feet. There hasbetn an extensive break in the main levee at Alsatia, thir- ty-five miles above Vicksburp, on the west bank of the river. Tho Arkansas at Little Rock has risen sit and a hall feet in the past twenty-four hours. The rainfall in Vicksbuig drainage area be- low Cairo in the past four days has been two cubic miles. The present prospects are that the stage of tho river from Cairo to Vicks burg and below will be one of the highest known. Without desiring to create general alarm in the valley o; the lower Mississippi, it would seem that the coming stajp "of water warrant the advisability of timely removals o stock and such other property as wouli be destroyed by an extreme flood. SUBSIDIZ ED" STEAMERS. Pan-American Congress th Establishment of Lines to Sooth AJonerl can Ports. WASHINGTON, March 13 Pan American committee on "Com munication on the Atlantic" has pro sentfeci their report to tho conference The committee recommend the estab- lishment of a subsidized fast bi-monthl passenger, mail and freight steamer service between the United States and Rio Janeiro, Montevideo and Buenos Ayres; also an auxiliary bi-monthly freight line. The coutiacting govern- ments are to conti-ihute aid to the fast lines in the proportions: Tha United States, sixty per cent.; Argen- tine Republic, per cent.; Brazil 17% per cent Uruguay, fi ve per cent In consideration of the'higher aid to be paid by the United States, the contract- ing parties are to accept only vessels constructed in this country. CRUELTY. How Commander McCalla forced Discipline. Seunen Knocked Down by That Offi- cer With the Hilt of His Sword. AND ROBBED. >w Ycrfc Architect for Ii TVa McGonigal, of t r bribery. Fitz- coun- bail was lij Broke Twice on Flwt Trip, NEWPOKT, R. I., March The tor- pedo boat Gushing was out in the baj yesterday for her first trial, under su- pervision of a board of naval officers. On the way down to the trial she met with a slight accident to her machinery and put back to Bristol. After repairs she started down again and went over the mile course three times. On the fourth round the machinery again broke down. It is not known here what speed was developed. Eva Wants Pardon. TRKSTOX, N. J March 13. Eva Ham- ilton, the wife of Robert Ray Hamilton, who is serving a term in the State prison here for assault upon nurse Donnelly, has presented a petition to the Court ol Pardons for a pardon. It is the custom of Governor Abbott to go to tho prison and examine himself ail applicants foi pardon, and he will undoubtedly pay Mrs. Hamilton a visit within a few days. Hoashtaling's Tcitimonr Impeached. BUFFALO, N- Y., March The in- quest on the Lake Shore victims was re- sumed yesterday. Coroner Kcnncy vis- ited the New York Central depot and tested the hand brake on a Wagnci sleeper. He said that he set the brako tight, proving to his own satisfaction that it can be set by one man and doei not require two, as stated by conductor Hough taling. _ Villace Demolished by a Cyclone. FOUT SMITFI. Ark.. March 15. A cy- clone struck the village of Excolsior, fifteen miles south of here. Tuesday morning, demolishing ovt-ry house in the place- No one was killed, though sev-n or eight were severely injured. A mother and three children were blown fiftv f-M-tand left uninjured. and" a Snc mill were torn to pieces. The Steamer EnterprUe Froren to a Craft All Mannar of KrUa Held Full Sway. NEW YOBK, March naval court appointed to investigate the charges of cruelty and oppression >rought against Commander McCalla, of the United States steamer Enterprise, reassembled yesterday, The first wit- ness called was Lieutenant Ingersoll, of the Enterprise. He testified to various punishments inflicted on men by Com- mander McCalla, but said all' the pun- ishments had been in accord with the laws. On July 6, 1888, late in the even- ing, witness heard a seaman making a great noise. He heard Commander Mc- Calla repeatedly order the noise to he stopped. At last the Commander went forward himself. He followed the Com- mander and found him standing near John E. Walker, a fireman, who was in the hands of snip's police. Walker used abusive language and swore at McCalla. Walker was gagged with a bayonet placed across his mouth and strapped there. After a while it was removed. Walker again became violent and abusive and McCalla drew his sword and struck him across the shoulder, knock- ing him down. After that Walker was put under arrest and placed in double irons. On cross-examination the lieutenant said he never knew a ship that had so much liquor smuggled on board as the Enterprise, and Walker with a number of others in the stokehole wore tho prin- cipal offenders. He said McCalla had introduced a number of improvements for the comfort of the men since he as- sumed command of the ship. After recess Second Lieutenant Fich- bohm testified that ordinary discipline prevailed aboard the Enterprise. The first class men had more liberty than on most ships. Lieutenant Osterhaus gave similar evidence. Lieutenant Lemley testified that there was a lack of system in the way punishments were meted out. He could not give particulars unless the ship's memorandum book was produced. Lieutenant Mulligan testified that or- dinary discipline was observed on the Enterprise. The Walker incident was the only notable exception. He never saw anything like that on a man-of-war before, but he considered the Com- mander justified in using his sword. Witness once struck a sailor and was privately reprimanded for it by the cap- tain. The crew of the Enterprise were the worst lot of men he ever saw aboard ship. Tbe fact was brought out by this witness that Commander McCalla struck Walker two blows, first a light one, then one that cut. Footpa4. Bellevue Hospital was rem Wednesday night the body of Michael P. McDonouga, fifty- six years old, who lived with his family on Park avenue. McDonoujjh w as un- questionably by highwaym en. He left his home after dinner last Wed- Doings of People in Different Sections of tbe State. THE LEGISLATURE. International March The lone dcla-cd jr.c'-tinc of the Intcmatifra.il d at the Fire cities werf: rep- Jt5- Toronto. The "rap under Saaliy decided V> Hoass yesterday. Arrest of a Medical Batcher. MOOHFIELD, Neb., March C. D. Blair is under arrest, charged with manslaughter for horribly mutilating a woman named Mrs. Tucker, whom he was called to attend during confinement. He was intoxicated at the time and used a common pocket-knife. He cut off one of the child's arms and cut the woman sc badly that she died on the third day after the operation. There were several gashes in her thighs, one of which cut the cords of her limbs. The people are Intensely excited and the doctor is under a strong guard to prevent lynching. Six Burglars Break Jail. EAU CLAIRE, Wis., March prisoners escaped from the county jail early yesterday morning. They were John Fisher. John Evin. James Doyle. Ed Dixon, Thomas Sanders and John TVendenburg. all charged with burglary. They were furnished with tools by friends and had worked several days on the cage in which they were confined. Officers are searching the woods and a regard is offered for their capture. Taken flack to the of tils Crime. March Mur- ray, alias James Hill, who was airested Tuesday night in his bed at the Parker House, charged with killing patrolman Edward Shoemaker in TVtroit was taken back to Detroit Wednesday by detectives McDonnell and Me Hugh. He requested to sec extradition papers and refused to go without them, but handcuffed and made to go. Will Stop Cantor. March Hjgfnnsoa A Co. have bought a majority of tbc stock of tbc Chicago. Uurlington A. Northern railroad at per share, in the interest of tbc Chicago. Turlington ,t Quiacy railroad, and arc ready to bay the stock at rcice. !TV- C.. B. .t Q. system, and ctjfjac will needay evening and started for his offi ce on iSOth street, near Second avenue. He was found near midnig ht by a police- man In a hallway adjoining Brown's saloon on Third avenue, unconscious. Hia skull was fractured and his lace terribly mutilated, no less than nine wounds having been made. The mur- derer evidently used a blunt instru- ment When he left home McDonougb had in his pocke t This, togethei with a gold watch and chain, othei Jewelry and some drawings were taken from him. Mr. McDonou gh was senioi partner of the firm of McDonough O'Sullivan, architects and builders. THEY SEIZED THE SHIP. BrltUh Vessel Held by a Constable at Ta- coma. Wash., ou Trouble About to Follow. TACOMA, Wash., March three weeks ago the British ship Craig end arrived here for wheat. The nex' day eighteen of her crew came ashore and refused to return, notwithstanding they had signed articles for a two years cruise. The captain was instructed bj the British consul at Port Townsend treat the men as deserters. The sailor then sued for their wages and a justic< of the peace sent a constable to taki charge of the ship. The constable Ii still in possession of the vessel and re to permit her to bo moved. The Craigend was flying the Britisi flag at the time of her seizure, and law yers say the case is sure to bring forth In ternational complications. The Britisl consul at Port Townsend is expected here and will probably demand the re lease of the ship._______ DILLON'S SUCCESS. Irish Agitator's Trip to AnttralU Productive of Bit March Dillon M. P., the Irish agitator, has arrived IE Denver from Australia. When asked ai to his success on his trip, he said: "I1 has been beyond our expectations. Yoi will sea this when I tell you that OW has been subscribed during our trip Everywhere we went we were enthusi astlcally received. Some opposition t< us there was in Australia, but it wai confined to the Orange sections. Ii New Zealand there were many Scotch men and Englishmen among our friends. In Wellington there was i demonstration organized, bu; it WM a complete fiasco. We have ni fault whatever to find and return hom assage of the Ryan bill modifying the Oweo Sunday closing law. WARNED TO LEAVE TOWN. Trouble Brewing- for a Man Who Intimi- dated the Victim of His Last. MASO.V, O.. March Minnie Johnson charged Allen Ray with having .ttempted rape upon her. At the trial the young lady refused to testify against Ray and he was fined only 815. Subse- quently events proved to the community that Ray had intimidated the girl and as a result sbc had refused to testify. Kay was notified to leave town, but this he refused to do. Monday evening peo- ple gathered around bis bouse, which was securely barricaded, and several futile attempts were made lo dislodge him. lie has bc-'.-n warned a second to leave town, and it is rumored that if he dot-s not If avc an attempt will be made to him. Antopcy on Body of tho man KevraU Some Queer WASHINGTON, March antopay on the body of ex-Congressman Taulbee was held yesterday by Dr. Lamb, as- sisted by Surgeon General Hamilton. The ball was found wedged in the orbit- al cavity directly at the base of brain, and about two inches from spot where it entered. It had taken a course slightly downward, but not at to great an angle as was supposed. bullet was mashed into a shapeleM piece of lead and waa so firmly imbeded that it could not have been extracted while Taulbee lived. The doctors found that the immediate cause of death the formation of an abcess about tae size of a walnut at the base of the brain, The brain had not been injured by the bullet, but was much congested. The doctors stated that Taulbee could no! hare lived under any and expressed surprise that he survived for such a length of tiuio. GAVE UP ITS DEAD. Body of Leach, tbe .Hissing New York Drummer, Found iii the Chicago Klver. CHICAGO, March The body of Bo- land Leach, the missing Now York trav- eling man, was found Wednesday after- noon underneath a scow in the river at the foot of Market street by officers who were dragging the river. The face was discolored and there was a black and blue spot beneath his eye. His gold ring was on his finger. The body after beiag taken ashore was searched. In the pockets were found a check for room 02, Palmer House; his gold watch and chain, a pocketbook in which was a ticket, a match safe, a bunch of small tags and a certifi- cate of accident insurance. The body was in good condition and was identified by James Casey, the tugman, as the man whom he met tho night of Loach's disap- pearance and for whom he ordered acab. The body was taken to Klaner's morgue. DOUBLE COLLISION. f a Ctntf tn.- Xon Wootcn went 'jo the rcsidcaic'- II A. a pb of CJIT. day and on bis a tic   "licit a spirited ratio for in tb'- ax-rs. 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