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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - April 21, 1890, Salem, Ohio HE SAUEM DAILY NEWS. NO. 94. SALEM. OHIO, MONDAY. APRIL 21. 1890. TWO CENTS. N Menace THEIR WORK ENDED. Through Legislfc- by Congress. t If Fully Me la >ril ssed a letter to a ent in answer to ies about the pres- er question. The tbe pending meas- is, and the silver ays: by tbe Treas- framed mainly lor to meet the de- of circulation, and he value of silver an additional and If approved by Con- judgment, accom- objeets and at the 'air and just basis ion on the silver silver interest it ial benefit that can peril to our finan- greater advantages i free coinage. To aore money' it offers f from to e who insist upon a gives the amplest degradation of the But to those who rrency by injecting ie of money without s against deprecia- comfort whatever, tound the secret of tion to some of its i. friendly criticisms, Mention to the ex- lons which are of- sentiment of the >ed to absorb all the be mines and reduc- nited States, there- n the market nearly re silver product of i greatly enhancing ale. itent with this con- irely without a par- product, the Senate lat tbe Government o purchase ich month, making which, with the tbe arts and for our nil exceed our own ut ten millions per ds excess to be ob- jrchase from abroad- unfavorable balance gold will be most 0 shall be compelled ms of gold which we iced, to pay for ten which we will not compulsory purchase >unt will make the the largest opcra- intic everor- eported by tbe llousc 1 that notes issued jail be redeemed in urs. if demanded by JU give to tbe owners be power to convert m this country r at not the slight- 's will he iTK- :nan will .TT whirb tin- ad in fctandarcJ t may want m Dfc Ttif Through th. Soath. WASHINGTON, April interna- tional American conference adjourned die at noon Saturday. Prior to ad- journment the delegation from Chili offered a resolution, which was adopted, that to commemorate this conference the represented associate themselves with the United celebrating the four hundredth anniver- sary of the discovery of America by Co lumbus. Resolutions thanking the various offi- cers of the conference were also adopted. Secretary Blaine made a closing speech which was delivered w ith much feeling and received with great enthusiasm and cheers. The delegates then visited White House and President Harri- son good-bye. The Pan-American excursion through the South started Saturday night al eleven o'clock. The train was fitted 115 magnificently, the appointments were superb and every comfort was provided for the distinguished guests. BASK BALL. Opening of the Chttiiiplonship Season bj the League and Brotherhood. CLEVELAND, April it the result of gauios played Saturday, when the championship season began: NATIONAL r.EAOrjH. Cincinnati 4. At 2, Pitts- burgh 3. At 9, Boston 15. At New 4, New York 0. PLATERS' LEAGUE. At 2, Buffalo 23. At 10, Pittsburgh 2. At New York-Philadelphia 12, New York 11. At 2, Boston S. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. At 3, Ath letics 2. At Louis 3, Louisville 6. At 10, Columbus 13 At IS, Brooklyn 12. _____________ RUINED BY A SIREN. Arrest of a St. Lou in Broker Who De frauded a Jewelry Firm Out of Worth of Diamonds. ST. LOUT'S. April Goldman, aged twenty-seven, a local ''Napoleon of stock and bond broker and a high-flyer in financial circles gener- ally, was arrested Saturday night for defrauding the big jewelry firm of Mer- rick, Walsh Phclps out of diamonds valued at He got the diamonds ostensibly to show t-> his wife, it is said, but failed to return them. The dia- monds were found in a pawn shop. If he has a wife none of bis friends ever knew it. His name has. however, been connected with that of a notorious woman and he is said to have spent a small fortune in furnishing her house. He is a nephew of Moses Fraley, the great speculator who recently pot caught in the big wheat deal. The arrest caused a sensation. Wfl Concessions Granted by the Hall- way Companies Whom Employes at Pittaburgb an to Strike. Fatal Epidemic In ft College. ROCK ISLAND, 111., April tana College in this city has been closed on account of an epidemic of typhoid fever among the students. Though Rock Island is otherwise free from the disease, about forty of lac students have been on the sick list. Twenty of them are not regarded as dangerous, but sixteen cases have developed a ma- lignant fonn of tbe disease. Two s: dents have died and two others are in a critical condition. Sewer has been pronounced as The cause thov jf.ijden'yS who did not cat or in bare not been lixrcltfrd. Shr S. Sh< Trouble Betwera JoomeymeB and Their aad at Likely to tottUd To-day. PiTTSBintG, April com mittees, appointed by the executive committee of the Federated Railroad Employes called Saturday at all of th< railroad offices in the city to see whai the companies were willing to do. The committees reported in the evening that the proposition to advance of day conductors to 34 cents per hour; night conductors to 25 cents per hour; day brakemen to 18 cents and night brakemen to 19 cents per hour had been offered to the grievance committee by the superintendents of all railroads entering the city except the Baltimore Ohio railway and the Pittsburg, Lake Erie. All of these propositions were considered separately by the Federated executive committee and local griev- ance committee and each one in turn was unanimously rejected. When the meeting adjourned there was such a hopeful feeling among the men as has not been equalled since the trouble began. The men claim now that the railroad officials have virtually recognized tho Federation and that one point has been gained. Said President Hawley: "The wages we will accept are embodied in our list of grievances. This list is our ultima- tum." From another source it is learned that the grievance committee will en- deavor to secure further concession from the railroads to-day. A failure in this it is said will result in a conflict. CHICAGO, April conference between the arbitrating committees of the striking carpenters and the new Boss Carpenters' Association on Satur- day failed to bring about any settle- ment of the strike, although it was ex- pected by many that it would. The question of wages was but briefly dis- cussed, and will be left for adjustment to the next meeting of the committees, which will be held this morning. The new association has recognized the Car- penters' Union and granted eigbt hours, and now the only questions to be set- tled are those of wasres and the number of men the bosses can employ. These, it is expected, can easily be settled. NEW YOKE, April house- smiths met Sunday and decided to de- mand per day. instead of Un- less the demand is granted by May 1 a general strike of the men is probable. INDIANAPOLIS, Apcil carpen- ters' unions have extended the time given to consider their demands until this evening, the understanding berni that if they do not accede all the
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