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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1890, Salem, Ohio HE SALEM DAILY NEWS. L NO. 109. House of ativcs. us for tbe Republic- Milla for the Derate. t Both Gentlenaea ID [OB of RevUton 1'rocewl- McK'ntey. chair eans Committee, walked inutis before noon yes- arrange a great pLeoI his desk. Ue glanced es atd a ioo'; of surprise is be saw tbe slim crowd f sjcha great event aa r brings out a large quota terest in the question ot that tbe House go into e tor tha consideration mating th'S motion be v, or to clogs general da- te time fixed was too he Democrats conceded tebnte aad lie remon rt time now proposed, was agreed to and the ittee of the Whole, Mr. be cr-ftir lat in the last political d been the absorbing ?le and it s.emed .ohlm ssion of this gr ut prlu er extstl-i cond tions. settled by political at rroteet on polity Uepubl can pany in its ured'iju ML? legislation v u Congress chosen in n th'R msuu He Intjr- ton. he interpreted the xj mean, h? interp-eted "residency ty the ptes- cneaa that a revls'on of by tbe people and that along tbe line and in nnciple and purposes of eTIouse was a thorough >f me P( opie The bill ternal revenue tax, be not necessary topre- tem. if tbe committee tbe al revenue to, internal taxation more than >f the commi'toe that n mark imClcutinr tbe rere manufactured was countries which rands and gold them in me made product, at the arsertion of the mid not reduce the rev Phe mstiint duties were ctn'o point th.it instant ihrd and tbe revenues lied He said if tbe bill revenues of the Gov 3d 00) 000 to i eip ained tbe more he bill at length, followed. He declared 1 tb it had come before b its mask torn off, like ling Wie.r purses To to check exportation f all of our iron and 1S71 prices were rising on, and the imports ons in 1873. If the Re rae then every ton im- t Ararric'in Iron But t our domecUejpwritaet as in d conclusive! that the increased lemand for American aid It put wo veirs ago when the the country was on the the Republicans had that farm mortgages of prosperity and is must do something to fool tbe farmers ttee put a prohibitory I of (lodging Ae ques i bounty) Why did it :y on tea and develop this n.l out thit the wheat and had increased the inited States exported t a year and last year a-uount of t 946 bush- ot cted The United i "O, vm bushels of The commit- and that wis 1 s T..e farmer cou.d -vi d a.fj the world bilL uid the House took k. Ju the was re- r was Mr O'Oonnel! ftSe benefits arising THE QUESTION. SALEM. OHIO. THURSDAY. MAY a 1890. CHICAGO. May entire force o neu, in number, employed at the A H. Andrews architectural iron works struck Wednesday for a ten per cent, in crease of About 500 tanners employed by W. N. fctsenratb. Landrail Sons, and Mlsher Bros., have struck for nine hours and tea hours' pay. Employes m other tan- neries are dissatisfied and more tronble is expected. President Bailey, of tho Chicago Mal- leable Iron ttorks, yesterday afternoon conceded the demands of the employes and they will return to work to-day. Yesterday afternoon thero were appli- cations from boss carpenters and build- ing contactors for more than man to work under the agreement reached by the arbitration board. Among the applicants members of the old Master Vssociation, who took advantage of the t rins of the set- tlement w ith the strikers to sign the new contracts and secure them. LTXJf, Mass May S Boot and bhoe Makers' International Union ad- vertises for 200 shoemakers to take the place of Knights of Labcr called out of B. G. Patten Co.'s factory because of the employment therein of a non-union man. The fight between the two labor organizations has wrought the shoe op- eratives of Lynn to a pitch of excite- ment not before witnessed for years. NEW YORK, May strike of the organized carpenters ot this city for the eight-hour work day and wages was practically ended yesterday by the announcement that the remaining two prominent and Hedden A. 1 acceded to the demands of tho men and would sign the contract. DEJ.VEIS, Col, May 8 Atajomtmeefr- ing of the machine woodworkers, brick- layers and carpenters held Tuesdaj night the latter two organizations de- cided not to work on any building re- ceiving e tstern woodwork or material furnished by local mills operated by non- union labor Thp mill men decided to make no concessions. BOSTOX, May h -The striking carpen- ters of Boston are so confident of suc- cess that preparations for tho projected indignation meetinn- in Fanueii Hal have been subpencle.l Tneir official; predict that nearly all of tho nwn wil. be working the eight-hour day "before a meeting could be held Believed Tlmt 159 in tbe Flames. TO I3D1A38. a M LhM TlMUr Vlth Financial Loss Placed at With Insurance. contended that upon ch ei the Dcmo- ca'.cuiatcd to promote op'e Ihaa those of the tbe Repnb irgc'l Tnin a failure ij mideVj the people but oponc would be 0 That it bad not fuliv it na-Je to the which tcren arijo'irucd. authorirc th- Si. -a- of Colorado do and also Missouri -he marine acreral to i l th- Tentlraony la the Contrrrgilonal Investi- gation of Fatuous Cane. LITTIE ROCK, Arfc., May were developments yes- terday in the vestigation. Tha judges and clerks of election were exat.uned and testified that the election was, fair and the count honest. A. Hooper, brother of the late Thomas Hooper, testified that his father was killed by Powell Clayton's militia on December 6, 1S09 He never knew what his father was arrested for His father was tied to a horse and while the militia were taking him to Louisville they shot him to death Ko one was ever punished for the murder. Steam Barge Snulr. VIXFTAUD H WEV, Mass May 8.- The steam tug Taurus arrived here yes- terday with the barge Lone Star, from Norfolk for Boston, m tow. Tho Taurus had on board Captain Webber and a crew of four men of thebirgc Joseph Parker, abandoned Tuesday by tue Taurus in a sinking condition During a dense fog the Parker shipped a heavy sea and sprung- a bad leak. The water rapidly gained upon the pumps and she was soon in a sinking condition. Destitute and Par- Tor.K. May J. II. Doug- lass, who so faithfully attended in the long illness, has suffered a stroke of paralysis and isia tbe Presbyterian hospital here. He is destitute His wife supported tbe fait- lly by taking hoarders al llcthlcbcia. Pa., until her heiltb broko down. Dr. -wr'no is years oM. a- br bis devotion to General Grant's case. f fc. wh'-v mult in Mark the Site of the_______ The to be Kebvllt. LOXOUK POINTE, Que., May Duqaet, got eminent medical inspector, places the loss of life by the destruction of the insane asylum at not less than 100. At the ruins of the asylum nothing but a heap of smoking brick and mortar could be seen yesterday. No vestige of the dead was to bo found. In the rear of the asylum are the stables, where about 100 male patients were quartered Tuesday night m charge of nuns and po- licemen. The scene was not one to be easily described and one not to be for- gotten Lying on heaps of straw, sickly and feeble lunatics were to be seen moaning, while gibbering, shrieking, twisting and jumping were the moro sturdy ones on the floor around them. In a space between two hay-mows were confined the worst cases, and it made one shudder so fierce was the expression on the countenances of these lunatics. At the laundry were 100 patients, mostly quiet persons whose aid had been taken advantage of in putting things in shape. They were in charge of John O'Rourke, whose heroism saved twelve lunatics from the flames when all hope had been abandoned of being able to save them O'Rourke, his- brother James and William Biggins climbed the verandas on the outside of the asylum, cut through a floor and passed the twelve women, one by to hi? brother, who in turn passed them Biggins, and thus they were safely low ered to tho ground. One of the attend- ants said that seven nuns who did wort about the institution perished in lames. Sister Therese Jesus, the superioresi >f the asylum, was confined on a sicli bed in the infirmary, but has so far re covered that she has taken direction ol affairs. She expressed the determina- tion of at once rebuilding the institu tion on the most aporoved scientific plans, botn as regards treatment of pa tienta and with a view to preventing least possibility of a recurrence of Tues- day's horror. It is impossible as yet get a. list of those who lost their lives, owing to the confusion which prevails. The loss financially is placed as high with an insurance o Th claifl ford repo: I T.. May of UM Iowa of laAlaas won T. Do4d. ia to a eorwact with aa i whof The whic tram ingo tribe win adiaas BO and Hill ham then tribe aeteimof it ot the purchase _ the t la Iowa sixty yaan attorneys hava is aa opportaaUy to pvait the mfl fain a lika of Oaw- i patehaaa. ia feat Sao aatFoxtritea TWO CENTS. Hews Notes Gathered From Fields. PATENT INFiUXGEMEXT. 8.U Now I. the Clrevlt Conrt M CUveUsd. are to take lands in sewslty tf the Comment will pay per acre for ttfeir lands. _ VILLAENY. Mmmr AM!
the monument site. The streets and sidewalks alonj: ths- route wcrf- ihronjrcd bv aa enthusiastic crow-d. and the whole of Uichmond par- ticipatr-d in ono another in demonstration. slon of iho '-IcTrntb quadrennial fen-nee- chares of ta thit r. Kr V- '-In r t -raj
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