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   Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1890, Salem, Ohio                               SALEM DAILY NEWS. [L NO. 114. SALEM. OHIO, WEDNESDAY, MAY U. 1890. TWO CENTS. of the Tariff llooso. i Pleads Against Show- tni to Wealthy Cor- aud Monopolies. for Free and oinace of Silver and Thinjra to Reault [ay House after 3me routln" bus.uers, went ie Whole on the tanfl bill, nnessee, to reduce a. Ee said lie could see no ele of necessity farm- jy taxed. jppos'tion stated tha' since utagpd competition in this of a-nmoma had been re ce-tspcrpounJ. ?a id that tin pr ce of an ced on iccount of coropoti reduocd on accouut of tm- t nvuiufac'uro He ncvtr irotecthe s-s-tem was w ss blessinss on the land. If >rto the pro-cctive sys'em Ion between the extreme of >ne hand and the treme luallties among Americans country In ths e ection of epabllcan Congress had de ustatning and inholt'ini the The cca.'uct in 'S8 had not ;s, but oetween economic then proceeded to expound ity with Canada. He to cult vate rela 101 peoole U> lid of Cajada jill he  ut these men held the world len he said that he did not rotectlon he was to.d "You is tariff" ie when some little concern American homes and Amer eat ixxiy of employes in this turn's factories in the iwn on the rosters by nunv Familiarity with their names it was wise or prudent to ing reduction la sugar, to be tmiy. In conclusion he said d to avoid were such fea- rinted out in this i paying too much to- an in the ease with tin plate. The i on every farmer's patch; on That tax would amount to e manufacturers of tin plate Idend He was anxious thai t tike a false step bate by Messrs Hatch ol ley of Maine, Mr McMiUin's jectecl is of Missouri, mored te frthe duty on rdfineiboraz snts per pound He flgurec ate in this cauntry was pro f Virginia said the duty on If was xn the interest of Post snamalter amendment was rejected. fle an unsuccessful effort gelatine, glue aad ism 1 by an equHl v fut'le r of New Je'-sey. to placed on the free 1'st Afte n of ths pages of the bill nnl the Hons-j idjOJrneA. vis from the Pension Com Ij.Tor of a disagreement to Depenflant Fen- snce was ordered, n resolution on the subjee itus to Lafayette in Lafay ite ths White con- and to examine tae resumed conttfleration Mr. Jones, of Xe-rada, contin- by him Miiditv. i- said. "I pr-dtet thi to its Vrthright will mmH .tnry of repnb'Ic. It wil on an amount of money com r popalat'on. I 3C of our c rcilati- ski-c acdtii.it tendency oncer be It c-5 of priceso IV-or: it will iwhtec. bat not barden of it will i dcftvpavio; and tax payinz ic U will Ue 'V necX of the <1 T a i" iir T -c.i J -Jar ta- wjUj. r r-alat'rm a t" ALBANY'S BANK SCANDAJL iiwt WMtaer. the Beck-keeper, Oae of Ht> AecoinpUeaa A Blow to the Iittt' AUAXT, N. Y., May Whitney, he embezzling book-keeper of the Al- bany City National Bank, has been ar- rested on the charge of making a false entry of Ho will be taken before Jnited States Commissioner Mead next Friday. Whitney is arrested on this charge on complaint of Bank Examiner Jroesbeck William Gould, Jr., of the irm of Gould Son, law book publish- ers, has also been arrested The amoiiat of the overdraft bj the Gould brothers is estimated at DOC. The books will not bo straightened out a week or ten days, and until that .ime nothing aosiuve can be stated. )ne of the directors of the bank said yesterday that the boaid of directors would prefer ch v of collusion to de- Taud against the panics interested. So 'ar as known this.; U. business houses are involved, houses heretofore consid- ered reputable. The sum now exceeds and of tnat is secured. One of the parties to overdraw an ac- count is the female proprietor of a saloon where Whitney and the Goulds spent their money. Cashier Brooks in- ists that the bank is all right, but good financiers here say that while depositors may not lose a cent the bank has its leath blow and only hopes to reorganize. Less than a month ago it lost by a similar operation of the late cash- ier with Ralph W. Thatcher. ON TlJte DIAMOND. Results of Plare 1 by Leading Bane Kail Following are the results of Tuesday's games: NATIONAL LEAGUE. At Cleveland 10, At Pittsburgh 4, Cincin- nati 0. At New Boston 2, New York 7. At Brooklyn 3, Phila- ielphia 11. FLAYKRS' L.EAGUK. At Buffalo 3, Chicago 19. At No rain. At New Boston 5, New York 9. At Brooklyn 7, Phila- delphia 6. AMKRIC ASSOCI vnosr. Rain prevented the games at Roches- Columbus and Toledo No game .it Philadelphia AN BBIBE. Detroit Carpenters and ton Unable to Agree. Bulding Operations Almost Eating Suspended and Men Are on Strike. WHOLLY INADEQUATE. Peacloa Bill by the H iteod Detective by the tof erv Company Offers to Pay the for Twenty-live If Cuarter U Fxtendeil. NEW ORLEANS, La May 14 John A Morris, for the Louisiana State Lottery Company, yesterday offered the State {legislature now in session at Baton ftouge -51 a year for the exten- iion of the charter of the company for years, or for the term. The question monopolizes political at- ention, and will occupy the time of the legislature until disposed of. The fight n that body promises to be long and litter, with the chances at present in avor of the lottery company. All the dty papers urge the acceptance of the ud CTcept a new journal, the Delta. supports the Governor in his "op- >osition to the lottery. Xnrdered Hto Wife. DATH> Cttr, Xeb May A wealthy armer named Dan Casey yesterday and instantly killed Mrs. James RionUa. wife of neighbor. On Monday the Riordan cattle got into his it-Id la the quarrel which followed was   airl a revolver. About 'our out on bis return home he net Mrs. Uiordan and one of her sons in her Ujrwich the- Only One Strike of lmportae.ee In Remains hi JTew KnrUnd Return to Work. DETROIT, Mich., May carpea ters' strike in this city continues in force. There are still men oat and building operations are confined to the work made possible by the presence of a few non-union carpenters and by the concessions of the smaller A disposition has been manifested by the members of the Builders' Exchange to come to terms with the men. They profess to be willing to concede the eight-hour day and the scale demanded by the men, provided they can rid them- selves of the objectionable stewards place'd on all jobs by the Carpenters' Union and who dictate what men shall be employed. An agreement on this basis is considered unlikely. CHICAGO, May 14 100 of the employes of the Malleable Iron Works who went out on strike ten days ago returned to work Tuesday at the ten-hour rate and the old scale of wages. President Bailey, of the works, says that be will take all the old men back as soon as they are willing to resume work amd before twenty-four hours he expects that the full force will be at their posts more. This la the only labor strike of importance in the city remaining unset- tled. QB AUGUSTA, Me., May granite cutters' strike at Uallowell bas been settled. The cutters' committee con- ferred with the company, agreeing on prices which the cutters ratified and it was voted to return to work. This considered a complete victory for the men QUIXCY, Mass., May strike of the granite cutters is ended. A confer- ence resulted in a compromise and the granite cutters will return to work this week. The quarryraen remain firm in their dem ads, which, it is thought, will be granted. Bosrov, May C. Mouiton, of the Boot and Shoe Workers' Interna- tional Union, had an interview with C. B. Lancaster Co and an agreement wab signed continuing the present prices in force until October 1 in the factories of the firm at Pictsfteld and Keene, N. H., and providing- for-the settlement of future disputes without strikes or lock- outs. The employes of the firm at Pitts- field were on strike and a strike was threatened at Keene oe Fee WASHEXOTOX, May Senate Committee yesterday presented the Senate a report recommending a ent to the House amendments a service pension for the Dependent Pension bill. The report (Bays that the Senate bill provides that 4be beneficiary must be dependent upon Ms daily labor or upon the contributions pf others not legally bound for his sup- the Uoasc amendment makes .ble all persons who can bring lives within its requirements, ir- thelr pecuniary means. The Senate bill fires the rate of pen- ta at and the House bill at a The Senate bill also makes provisions for dependent parents, which ft oatitted in the House amendment. Senate bill provides that the disa- ItfBty shall not be the result of vicious .this is ewitted in the House it TkvHouM also provides which the Senate Epitome of Recent rentes IB Ohio. Occur- CONCLAVE. Bellevt opinion of the Senate commit- rare entirely irre- bill is wholly report says that there disabled and depend- i'CMan who ate recipients of rate of 912 a month ulninum of ja.MMtb nadottbtedly ormon tbrouirh dls- They and They extent, women. women to and Ml with them mmtij mmm r a W sat wtto thMD And -week. mi j! -y CASES. General Kutler Say< the Sentence of for Fielden mud Schwab U CUICAGO, May B. F. But- ler, who has been retained as associate counsel in the case, has written a letter to lawyer Salomon, of this city, in which he gives it as his belief that the action of the Illinois Supreme Court in sen- tencing to death the Anarchists, Fieldon and Schwab, without their being-brought into court or being even asked to show cause why their lives should not be taKen. is erroneous and unprecedented in any court acting under the common law modes of procedure. General Butler strongly advises taking a wm of error to have procedure corrected by the of the Supreme of the Salomon will roak? an application Judpi for a writ of haHt-as kr a livtBf -miles from bad two daagfctert in the twrty. and hit ton. with his neighbors, wife of one of whom wan with the pursued the Hormons and capturing them tied them, to trees, them, flogged them unmerci- andthen let them loose and began at them. The Mormons ran the swamp and have not been spen and it is believed that they have pejrtshed. The young women were brfeught home and every one of them switched. OF-KAIifi VUltett by a Storm of Uoimoal Overflowed and Hooter Flood ad. Pa., May 14. One of the heaviest rain storms that has vis- ited this section for manv years passed over here Tuesday afternoon. The rain came down in torrents for over an hour. The streams leading- through and ad- joining the city overflowed their banks; doing much damage Paradise, the southern suburb, was completely sub- merged. the water in many places being ten feet deep. The Southwest railroad was covered with water three feet deep, and many persons were obliged to re- household goods to second stories of their houses. The Kelly Jones works were flooded and work entirely suspended. Farther south the damage was greater. v May ScnaV- 5n for an bnar W. C N. Y., May na- tional convention of railway conductors opened here Tnf sday.. PoblSc exercises at ihe Lyceum Theater held in the morning. Among- the speakers were Secretary of Stale ttice. Mayor Carroll and Uk'.' commended the priacipJe of the in dis- strikes and he jsystrin of discharging condoc- rrjwt trial. was :n ihr 
                            

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