Salem Daily News, April 30, 1890

Salem Daily News

April 30, 1890

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Issue date: Wednesday, April 30, 1890

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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - April 30, 1890, Salem, Ohio SALEM P4JLY NEWS. SALEM. OHIO, APRIL 30. 1890. NO. 102. NATIONAL LEGISLATURE. MB Stock Shorter Houn ky WU1 Reflated ng Hovae Fro- Sections of the Conu- U> Feoiwd. managers of ocking houses at the >d a letter Tuesday eill. of the Packing Jnion, demanding a of labor to eight per so in wares of 21 work of held a lengthy nirht ia which UMorder so long and the number of men himself for the ordeal. guard it so inadequate that Chinamen Warden Durston said to him on en are smuggled in readily return after ing the cell I have K put out of the United States. news for you. >fEW LIST OP GRIEVANCES have been grantej reprieve. The ju "u Presented to Railroad Officials at has postponed the by Their Dissatisfied Km- ecution until J Concessions Made by the M. After had half gasped I PITTSBURGH, April Supreme several times t krancil of the National Federation of 'words "Is that tlailroad Employes met in th s city walked Tuesday morning. After several hours 38 gassed in reviewing the action of the collect the Supreme Council regular routfrew UP a new list ot grievances. This jf life in the cell presented to the officials of 'now be renewed, ihe railroads to-day by committees of he will have tolmployes of the resipective railroads, KEXMI.EK. through another Lnd not by a general committee repre- terval of suspense, which in tho tenting the organization, may be more of torture to him thai It is understood that in the new de- would to have gone through the ordiands the rate for conductors will now, when he had abandoned all at the previous cents and bad prepared his best to meet hour for day conductors and 28 cents The feeling of relief was scarcely hour for night conductors. The to Warden Durston than it was Images of brakemen have been scaled Kemmler himself, and the same mayjown from 24 and 25 cents per hour to said of McNaughton, who during and 22 cents per hour for day and past few days has been greatly wrougight brakemen respectively. The rail- up, bad officials interviewed last evening At tho time the reprieve was Late that they will willingly consider ceived at the prison Rev. Dr. Houghfey grievances submitted by employes, and Chaplain Yates were in ZemmleShe statement that the Baltimore cell praying with him and offering railway had conceded tho religious consolation they could, men is officially denied. was thought best by the warden not disturb them until they had finished. DIAMOND NOTES. Some hours before, a tall young Among the leaders in America's who looke i as if his face had been casi National Game. in a waxen mould and some of the YOBK, April are bad adhered to it in spots, drifted intowsores of yesterday's games: the prison. He was Harold P. Brown, KATIOA'AI, LEAGUE. the electrical expert who started 4, Chicago 9. Westinghouse dynamo as a killing ma- 2, Cleveland chine. He had come expecting to work the apparatus which was to push Kemm-: 3, Brooklyn 5. ler out of the world. As soon as he- Yoik 4, Phila- heard the news he said: 5- again. I suppose I may as well go back PtAYEBs LEAGUE. to-night" 7, Pitts- NEW YORK, April writ ofh 6- habeas corpus granted by Judge Wallace York 13, Boston 15. in the case of Kemmler was given 14, Brook- the application of ex-United States Dis-7- trict Attorney Roger M. Sherman, Buffalo-No this city. Mr. Sherman saw the jndgi ASSOCIATION. Monday afternoon and obtained fron1 2, Louisville 4 him the papers, which did not become -even innings, writ until signed by Clerk Doolittle. ofc St 1. St Louis 5. the Northern District Circuit Court a11 other games postponed-rain. Utico. Judge Wallace sitting in Netrd far VtoUtln- International Law. York, which is in the Southern DistriroRT ITvKOX Mich.. April had no power to make the stay until Hand, of the Lynn Line, was Mixed had properly passed through the bamthe customs authorities Tuesday for of tho Northern District clerk, in whiciating: the international laws. Kemmler was- Consequently Mr. fined A special agent of wan. connection with the Department located at ibU does not plain, battened at once -v has taken a largr number of Cana- Mr. Doolittle and thence to from American vessels and where the order was made pablj.t tfccln back Canada. It claimed TW j ta.t-v. ,Af-." April caall on the Canadian IV-iSc ral road, was nearly iraraed down Mood inoendiariea. ei lir .i- r'i-t ;-rr fm. tf x it TMBM. Tf< m, 1. j-t ttixrt K m Ik 4MtfC jpaHR vi.1 .-ti.i r i 7" '.t-f awv _ f ;

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