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   Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1890, Salem, Ohio                               rHE SALEM DAILY NEWS. IL NO. Sir SALEM. OHIO, SATURDAY, APRIL 5. 1890. TWO CENTS. ith South Countries. RAPIDLY RECOVERING. rrison Will Likely Sneh a Policy in a ige (oConfrem. of Ti tmtj Baaad A. Which it are Important Rvaolte. f, April heme for developing re- South American countries the Pan-American Con- has been in session in iring the past winter, bai be revelation of a plan being talked of in the nate by which the Pan- gress is to solve one of ultiea of the Republican discussion of the tarifl American delegates to five been sounding mem- ionate recently, to learn ption a reciprocity treaty the hands of the Senate. been favorable, and in ho Republican members id Means Committee be- in the bill prepared by the duty which they had to place on hides, but ,v England members bad n to remove. 1 was announced it haa idicted that the New En- :ans would not vote for it 'ortn, and the confidence najority of thfe Ways and tee has created surprise. is that an understanding i-ith Mr. Blaine by which at the request of the ent, will recommend to of reciprocity with Republic and any other an country which. may ite such a treaty. In fact, certain that the treaty ntine Republic may not gotiated before this and 2ady for transtnittal to the 7er Mr. Blaine may con- ct ripe. d Congressmen say that i of such a treaty would offset to the duty which d on hides in the McKin- t would mean practically wading members of the ttee on Finance say that would undoubtedly an- ohjections to the McKin- would probably be raised ugland people. of a Trio From J. No to Their N. J., April 5 an epidemic of missing Adams, a prominent opped out of signt a week erious manner and with- xrent cause. Adams at- ;ial gathering of Free vhen the affair broke up i home. He has not been n Thursday last Edward on-keeper, told his wife omo that he was going up not oeenseen since. Will- ft his home Thursday and 1 up since then. Orth is nted. Not the slightest behind any of the throe "done in Iowa. April little city had a small but genu- DIU the southwest Thurs- was but a rod or two in cral buildings were de- icrs unroofed and side- inted. A carious feature ilaating of a heavy porch s to the rear of a rosi- ng off a chimney in tran- of ivds on either side of scarcely a breath of Nobody iras in- pr'tperty damage was coa- at a Touch Y., April 5. The real Cinnamon, who killed in New Thursday. Zimmerman. Krcd fol- .t canaL fibred in a LOUISVILUS, Ky.. April week "IBS now elapsed since the tornado and L 3 city is rapidly recuperating from The work of repairing the wrecked district is going vigorously forward and that portion of the citr a beehive of carpenters, masons and la- Business has resumed its regu- lar channels. The danger of a water famine from the destruction of a stand pipe-at the waterworks has been averted by the substitution of a tem- porary apparatus, which has been work- ing satisfactorily for two days. Water will be turned on to all consumers to- day and many factories which were forced to stop will resume. An exaggerated impression has gone abroad as to the extent of the district devastated. Except in the direct traok of the whirling tornado, no damage was done and nineteen-twentieths of the city is unharmed. In fact, outside the cyclone's path, the storm was not one of unusual severity. There is no suffering for food or shelter, but many poor peo- ple who lost their homes will require money to rebuild. While Louisville is not soliciting aid from the outside, voluntary subscrip- tions from other cities will be gratefully received and usefully applied. Only two or three of the wounded by the cyclone have since died, and the list of deaths is only seventy-six, a gratifying reduction from the wild reports the first day that hundreds were killed. The Union Depot will be rebuilt on a larger scale and the tobacco district will be built up better than it was before. HUNTED DOWN. Capture of a Former Bank Messenger Who Stole S41.000 and Eluded Arrest for Two Years. NEW YORK, April special from Tegucigalpa, Honduras, says: Edmund Crawford has bsen arrested at Santa Barbara for the theft of a package con- taining in transit from the Amer- ican Exchange National Bank in New York to the Adams Express Company's office. The package was addressed to the United States Treasurer at Wash- ington. A large portion of the money was found in Crawford's possession. The robbery was committed in New York. May 4, 18SS. Crawford has con- fessed and implicates two others. The express company spent in trac- ing Crawford. He was a messenger in the bank when he committed the theft. Crawford's confession implicates some fast New Yorkers. A REIGX OF TERROR. The Shotgun 1'ollcy Inaugurated by and Their Friends in Rowan County, Ky. FLEMIXGSBURG, Ky., April lessness and violence have again made their appearance in Eowan County. The United States revenue men made a raid last week, destroying various stills, and things are now being made decidedly uncomfortable for them and the people who are thought to have given them in- formation. Eph Cooper was shot from ambush Thursday by some unknown man. Bart Baumgartner and Sim Cooper were also shot in a fight George Mogg, son of the sheriff, was shot yesterday. Hi ram Roberts was bushwhacked and seriously wounded. Nelson Egan was called to his door Tuesdav and Shot. Killed by a Boiler Explosion. SMITH'S FEP.KT, Pa., April 5. Earlj yesterday morning the boiler at the Union Oil Company's well on the Stew- art farm exploded. Ollie Peppard, a driller, and Ford M. Dawson, a tool dresser, were at work. Peppard was in the derrick and escaped injury. Dawson was standing near the boiler and his body was found nearly a mile away in a corn field, with the top of his head blown off. The boiler -was blown to atoms. 'x Hunt for Talent. ST. April 5. A. G. Spalding. president of the Chicago National League Ball Club, arrived in the citj- yesterday. He is here on business connected with his sporting goods house, but it is statod that be has to endeavor to purchase Chamber- lain and McCarthy from President Von icr Abe. It is doubtful, however, if such i-- his mUMttn, for players would scarcely consent Ix-ing soli Trmlti Thrown Into ttltrh. ST. L April 3. the emsi siail on thp Wabash roat! a sharp carv a 
                            

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