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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1890, Salem, Ohio CHE SALEM DAILY NEWS. IL NO- 95. SALEM. OHIO. TUESDAY. APRIL 22. TWO CENTS. doctors Abolish the tion of the Indiana Di- enl Tte-ip Affaln tt Indianapolis. Abandon Kecort to Th4 April The Indiana Order of Eailway Con- cing field here Sunday, ant wholesale discharge the several lines ceii- decided by an almost that the non-striking onstitution should le division representa- al meeting on May 15 x> vote for the repeal of luse. irpenters at their meet- ited twenty-four hours bosses before ordering President Magle, of Jnion, said he had been e of the members of the ciation desired a settle- d determined to grant e hope that something .ut this would positive- ror granted the contrac- painters in the city rday on refusal of the sight hours and thirty Che men have been get- cents and working nine I The striking car- Usturbances in several jity Monday by using ment was of no avail ew men at work to quit. re made. The problem brike is as perplexing ras first ordered, it be- rent that the strikers t with the members of rs and Builders' Assooi- IT still claim that they nize the journeymen's n Minneapolis, Minn., i reduction of wages of Express Company em- 3 no outbreak in the 3 cut, they say, simply ries on a par with those 3 companies. The em ikee have agreed to be iion of the Chicago men. The executive vance committeft of the rod Employes was again day. It is announced aether a general strike among the railroad men h yards will be deter the next twelve hours. Ukinson, B. R. T., ar- After a conference committee, Mr. >tnpanied by Mr. John sxecutive board, startec with the officials ol centering in the city. 22. The striking em- Co.'s packing house enient of grievances to ho refused to deal with ind advised them to go as he would make no did not tbink they ha( Mr. Squire sent for tb tillers aaa desired thca it the foreman said his his of Labor and wouk ss the other employ tc. Xo disorder has ye is feared should work. Ajcil All the nt RECIPROCITY TREATIES. oT Secretary policy lle- WASHIXOTOX, April the an nouncement was made that there was a scheme on foot to legotiate treaties ol reciprocity with the Central and South American States, the matter has been widely discussed. It is now well-known hat the Secretary of State has been en- gaged for months in negotiating a treaty which will establish more reciprocal re- ations with Mexico, and that he hat also within the past few weeks indi- cated to the Argentine Confederation that that republic could have the same wrivilegesof reciprocity as were pro- >osed to Mexico. Should these regula- ions be consummated they will prob- kbly be communicated in the form of a. reaty to the Senate before the tarifl measure reaches that body. The terms of the proposed treaties would obviate the necessity of placing duty on hides, lead ores and other Hexican or South American products. The knowledge of pending negotiations las been communicated to some of the members of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, and intimations of ;he same character have been conveyed tbe rules and pass the bill was the necessary and tbe House WORLD'S FAIR BILL It the Senate With Amendment Proridlnr for a Grand Naval in New York Harbor In April. 1898. CYCLONE IN AJLABAJfA. aad afcjihall or- rily and iti a for t' Ky.. April fol- C notice has issuM br th? of Amrrlcan Asso- ciation: "TJifs of i of American Association i in wtJrh TirobSbiis captains and nf rhr various allow list from wtti hira. or Uw Crmttn i Wo Intoilcatlttc th-taks to be Sold Wlthls) the Grounds of the Chicago Kxpoal- tlon. WAsHDfQTOsr, April Senate) yesterday debated the World's Fair bilL The only amendment reported by the Senate committee was a new section providing for a naval review in -New York harbor in April, 1893, and for tbe unveiling of a statue of Christopher [umbus. Mr. Vest opposed the bill, protesting against the assumption that the judg- ment of the House was coercive on the Senate. The fact that St. Louis had been an aspirant for the World's Fair was a post-mortem proceeding, and he lid not intend to intwxluce ghosts to disturb the tranquility of Chicago. He had always opposed all legislation ing to an Exposition in 1892, and the law should not be passed which called it into existence. He did not believe that the people of the United States favored any such Exposition. The agricultural peo- ple of the country had neither time or money to give to a national circus snob is was proposed. Mr. Stewart opposed the committee amendment for a naval review at New York, while Mr. Chandler favored the amendment. Mr. Hale favored the amendment and his remarks upon naval affairs brought Mr. Vest to his feet with criticisms of naval matters. Mr. McPherson favored the bill, but f Geneva County, Ala., Saturday ifternoon. No towns were in the path >f the tornado, but a number of farm- louses, with their outbuilding destroyed. The path of jyclone was only a few hundred yards n width arid about seven miles long. (n its course it swept every thing before t Owing to the section visited by tbe itorm being remote from a telegraph jfflce, the full extent of the damage and dte number of lives lost have not been ascertained. It is thought, however, ;hat the loss of life will not be great. The cyclone appeared in the form of a tunnel-shaped cloud which was seen for many miles, and a number of farm- houses were torn to fragments and scat- tered in all directions. Fences were blown away, cattle killed and the loss on property will be heavy. Relief par- ties from the surrounding country are joing over the ground and the full ex- tent of the damage will probably soon be ascertained. _ __ RIOT IN Rival RaUe Disturbance In an House of Worship. Accent Doings in tlie Buckeye State. is
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