Salem Daily News, April 1, 1890

Salem Daily News

April 01, 1890

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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1890, Salem, Ohio HE SALEM DAILY NEWS. NO- 77. SALEM. OHIO, TUESDAY. APRIL 1. 1890. TWO CENTS. FFB1LL i the Ways and juiittee. ed Would Rednw it Redaeed kf In- chedale. -The new tariff bill s and Means Commit- apon by the commlt- iven ten days to pre- their views on hat the bill makes a revenue of about d tobacco schedules duty on the formei the sugar schedule omNo. 13 to No. 16. It above No. 16 Dutch tank bottoms, sugar sirups of cana Ada and concentrated of 35 per cent, ad va- c duty as under exist- i No. 16 Dutch stand- nt. ad valorem. Tha it these sugars shall ree cents per pound. e 66 degrees is mada change from the spe- per gallon. It i> also duty shall hereafter (lasses by any country it shall be subject to resent tariff law. No y on susar candy, and is made dutiable at r pound. icco suitable for cigar ns eirmed. is consid- er existing law tho iable at Jl per pound, i the McKinley bill to on unstemmed is in per pound. A pro- ct that if any I in any package or in or cigar wrappers, the 3 contained in such be dutiable, if not -etnmed at 83.75 pet nade in regard to all manufactured and not .bacco is made dutia- 1. Tobacco manufac- ptious not specially ir. is placed at 40 cents the present duty of 30 gard to snuff. Cigars, >f all kinds, are made ind 35 per cent, ad va- w they are dutiable at cent, ad valorem, irhether dry, salted or icapt sheepskins with om the free list and ;nt. ad valorem. iewn and sawed wood and building wharves per cent, ad valorem, cr, not specially pro- 3m one cent to a cent No change is made in planks, deals and whitewood sycamore pine is reduced from et. Sawed lumber not m.ide dutiable at 1 of 20 per cent, as at of any sort is planed utiable. in addition to nts per thousand feet This is a reduction of i side and.tongucd and r thousand feet .xddi- >th sides and tongued usand. article in the cotton is increased. Cotton are increased three hread bears the pros d for cotton cloth is 0 the square inclibc- dard to 5'J threads. A cing ready-made cloth- other vegetable fibre, valorem. of duty on wools ia pet -wools re taxed now at 5 cents per pound. cents on those worth und and 8 cents on 12 cents per pound. 'f the high grades are jty on the finest cloths our times the duty on >er cent, ad valorem in 1 reduction of about iil yen. Another Conflict Probable. Hc.N-rr.voTox, W. Va.. April bloody feud in Lin- coln County, which has coat six lives, is being fought out in the courts. The feud originated over the ownership of a large amount of timber, and John W. Runyon is now suing Allen Brum- field for it. Allen Brumfield is tho man who was shot, with his wife, by hired assassins wh o said Runyon paid them. Both of Brum field's would-be murder- ers were Irnched, while Runyon had to fly the country. Four other persons were also killed during the outbreak. Both sides are attending the trial of the case in Lincoln County court fully armed, and a conflict in court is not improbable. _ _____ A CRAZY INCENDIARY. Insane Patient In a Hospital to Barn the Inntltntlon of the Maniac. FBEDEHICK, Md., April George W. Tobias, an insane patient, on Sunday attempted to burn the Montevue pital. He scraped the plastering off the partition wall in his room with a spoon, pulled out several lathes and broke them into kindling wood. Forcing door he seized a lantern hanging in hall and with it ignited the kindling. The smoke soon fl.liod the corridors and when watchmen hurried to the burning room they found Tobias dancing about the fire in his bare feet. They suc- ceeded in extinguishing the fire and in the excitement the craxy man escaped. Not in a Trance. MAYVILLB, N. D., April Charlei Havcland, formerly a well-to-do store- keeper, died last week and was buried. Female friends of the deceased believed him in a trance and spread 'ttwrstdrj until the villagers acquiesced in it. A party repabed to the cemetery with shovels and spades and rapidly burned the remains. Tbey worked foi hours on the man, but finally on the advice of physicians consigned them tc earth again. The affair created an im- mense sensation in the community. In the Snow. Wyo., April 1. Edward Happy, son of a rich iron manufacture! of Louisville, Ky., has been lost in the Big Horn Mountains for the last three weeks. He lost his way in a storm whila crossing a divide between two ranches twenty miles apart. A searching party found bis horse with saddle and blankets gone. Happy had evidently taken the blankets and saddle as a covering tc protect himself from the storm and turned his horse loose. Steadily Advancing. NEW OP.LEAXS, April The Pica- yune's Vicksburg special says: Latest returns from the Mississippi levees re- port no change, except that the water steadily advancing southward from Shipwith crevasse, and the towns ol Mayersville, Fitter and Hayes are being surrounded and must go under in a short time. The steamer ETcrprecm is in from a second trip to Steele's Bayou, going aa far as the drift would admit. Cronln Jury Dialed a New Trial. CHICAGO. April 1. The motion for a new trial entered by tho attorneys ol Jerry O'Donncll. who was convicted as being a party to the attempt to pack the Cronin jury, was decided bj[ Judge Waierman. The judge overruled the motion, holding that, alldo-jtrli prisoner was the only one on trial at the time of conviction, the evidence went to that he had connection with the conspiracy. Tttrf t YOKK. April Micba-1 Errand. the Frrtich aisassaia who. m-is.b CirjJ Marsha- Gouffe last July al apartoxaUi in Paris. in vithin

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