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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1890, Salem, Ohio SALEM DAILY NEWS. NO. 119. SALEM. OHIO, MAY 1890. TWO CENTS. yterian General As- sembly n of Reviling the f Faith and the ostitutlon. Day After -fteport of Work Amomg Y., May At the General As- morning the order of of the committee on ting changes in the oon- nfession was taken up. of New Jersey, offered solution: at the report of the com- hereby referred back to with instructions to re- back to the assexn- ven new ap- moderator be addod to 1 explained that the ob- solution was to save the E tho assembly and not s voicas of tuose who to the pending question. iver, that in prolonged just possible that little light crop out and dis- ,nd harmony of the as- irred to a little encoun- nself aud Hon. George idelphia, on Friday last. erator whispered some- empshall, who at once rent of his remarks with lat the chairman of the lot been consulted with. resolution to recommit, cmbt it met with his ap- Johnson, of Chicago, a remarkable circum- chairman of the com mi t- i consulted. He was op- tion. The assembly was lunched into an endless e return of the commit- w. I'vinceton College, sec- jshall's resolution in be- tarmony and brotherly reason only" he added lay the motion on the red lost, a yea and nay ig necessary beforo the I decide. "The question was deferred an I the >ped to allow assem- i the reading of the re- :cdrnen's coratnittee by )r. Morris, Cincinnati in, of Pittsburgh, secre- d, spoke for half an hour rk accomplished by the 8 colored people. ir 13" missionary minis- were ordained. vere organized, making ;r anier the care of rhs total receipts for the a tjain ot S-U.7S-I The report and its re were adopted. s question of the adop- resolution was Dr. Roberts, of Cincin- of the comrr.-Mtee on injinjr tho constitution secured floor. emphatic-lily that the iSlon did not enter into i of the report ;n the 3- "As you kno-ar. the scoTnnii'te" ucr-n an by his colors to s-jrr-inder by The r.cv has no; and it has DI8A8TEB. Oh___ Both Oofac to Bot- SAOI.T art MAEIE, Mich., A occurred Monday morning at eleven o'clock in the upper end oC Mud Lake, resulting in the sinking of the steamer Ohio and beaching of the Si- beria. The Siberia and steamer Samuel Mather, both bound down, were abreast and reported as racing when thej met the Ohio towing the sohooner Thomas F. Sheldon, bound up. laden with coal for West Superior. The Siberia gave one blast of her whittle, which was an- swered by tlie Ohio. The Mather being slightly ahead ot the Siberia and leas than one hundred feet from her, tie suction of her wheel caused the Siberia to sheer, striking the Ohio near the fore rigging and sinking her in six minutes in American waters. The Siberia immediately backed out and made for the Canadian shore, where she now lies. Her stem is badly damaged and the timbers strained. The Ohio lies in six fathoms, with the top of her Tex- as just visible above the water in the middle of the enannel, but will be no obstruction to na-ig.uion, as the chan- nel is wide at tins poiit. Captain Norse thinks that with the assistance of two pumps and a lighter the Siberia c.m be raised. The crews of both boats brought to this port on the steaaior Majestic. The Siberia ia owned by Rhodes and others, of Cleve- land, and is valued at S The Ohio is the propsrty of T. B. .Maboa, of East Saginaw, and is valued at; WA1TEKS ON A STRIKE. of CHicii-co Hotels Quit IJiree Kutnber Propose 1'ig-ht It Out. CHICAGO, May waiters employed at the Palmer of the discharged Monday morning on their refusal to leave tho Culinary Alliance. At a meeting of pro- prietors of all the leading hotels in the city, including the Auditorum, Grand Pacific and Palmer Uousa, it was re- solved to unite in an aggressive war against the Waiters' Union and to meet Wednesday to take further action to- wards organizing the "Chicago Hotel and Restaurant Keepers' Association." President I'o'iO'oy, of the Culinary Alliance, hab gone Co Xew York. The purpose of his vis t is to call out the waiters of tbf G'lssy and Brunswick hotels, both of are under the same management as the Auditorium Hotel, OL city. Maauycr Dibb. of the Commercial Hotel, refiibed to treat with a commit- tee of the Culm iry Alliance as a re- sult forty nn'on waiters went out. The TremOnt [louse also, jefused to nize the union, but tha waiters there have not 70; iro-v out and the manager says they will no; unless great pressure is brought tj boar upon them. Both of these hotels iiro -.viliing to pay the scale of wages deTninded, but under no cir- cunbtanccs .Mil they treat with the Culinary Alliance. BISHOPS ELECTE1X Senator Dolph Free Coinage of SOrer Oil Powed on the TrotMed Torwal of Debate in the HOMO by Mr. T-.ro Oi-n.iniruL'.hc t Called Up by rhe Southern Methodist Gen- era! Onferonc.-. ST. 20. At the Methodist Episcopal conference yesterday Rev. Dr. AtliLUS 5. liaytfcod, of Shef- field, Ala., was elected UishoD on the first, bai'iot. an.l Rev. Dr. OsCP-r P. Vitz- jrer.-.ld. oi Tenn.. was elected Uishop vn the fo :rlh b.illot. Or. v.-is born nt Witk'ns- to j vine. Ga. W. Kc- gnul- then proceeded to he adopting act of did not h in falare the Ti-i aaes'Iirpnt. X" of the prop- ad or of 3t i-; aiitratJon. Sw to it :hat that your u-.ted ai E-nory Colleffe. Oxford, in in 5i? was elected of Etiory In he for thi.- SV.ter fund. Dr. :s an author. of GnUlce." having an Dr. was born ir. Xorlh oHna in He has for a lout timi liv.-d sa Caih'.ctua, where he was editor of papers. In he was of th" of Inportut mitmtm to Twrlff BUI. Mottly tmf to the Tax Tooftoett. WJUHUOTOM May SO. Senate retained consideration of the SUrer bUl day and Mr. Dolpa spoke at great length. that IntemaUonal bi-metaulam was desir- able, but that free coinage ot silver in United States, without an International agree- ment to the ratio of coinage between sUrer and gold, would result in gold being either teat abroad to pay for silver which would flow here from all the world, or being hoarded and dnwn from circulation. Mr. Dolph said there was no middle ground for the States, It had either to remain with tne countries that had a gold standard or tola with those that had a silver standard. He argued against the free coinage of silver as something that would stop tne coinage of beciuse no man would take to the mint to be coined metal that was worth 100 cents on the dollar if they could do as we'l with metal that was worth only cents on doiUr. Mr. Teller asked him where silver bullion be got at such a low price. Mr. Dolph replied that If legislation trjs to advance the pnce of er permanently, silver would flow !n from all over the wor'd. Oa motion of Mr Wilson, of Iowa, it was or- dered that tne Senate bill subjecting imported liquors to the provision of the laws of the ser- er.il States shall be uo to-day after the routine business, and after a brief ex- ecuOvf session the Senate Wilson, of West Virginia made a statement concerning the controversy be- tween Mr Eayue, Mr Bynum and hunsell about the Campbell affidavit. He asked Mr. Bayne if he indorsed the charms con' alned la Campbell's letter, so far as they applied to him and Mr. Bayne replied expressing re- eret that the. controversy should have occurred, andtlcn edtha; he intended any reflection on either Mr Bvi'um or Mr. Wilson Mr. Wilson then said lie had uo further statement to make and .he subject was dropped. There was some apoln.us'- on the Democratic Side and the House then resumed consideration of the taritT bill, the pending being thnt offor sa d that tha bill could not be defendo'l fro i a protective Standpoint, because It was not intended to protect an Araer icai industry nst foieign competition. The amendment was to 123. The oTercd Mr. McKtoley to the internal revenue clause of lio bill'were The' p of de on simple boxes of cifrart. >.ns t" (Jive or tn risen clears, the tax shall be four cents, amend tho adminis- trative feainr. scf r t. l.iw onO p ovije dealer-; ir iloormtj'nce sH ill keep sueh s an'l re dor a tu -ns as tceCoffl- of 'n'ern.i. mav Tho filloivtrf. aroep to. oa motion of Mr. McK ultj the iutornal tases on sin aid tured toriacoo and on su'Ut shr.U he four cents- a pound if e C'-tober 1 I'M, or within s xty dans from the this, act (insnea I cr-.-l m indef-'ite for tis ot tlriv re a IOT bonds of Cigir manu fnct iro'-s from lira't'i? to a rni-ii- of Ss the nmojn' fo- b.'.too in original pa'-lcag. s when the latf takes e.'fec t Mr. Turner, of maue a speech in ges eral of the f HI. Mr H-n ie-son or North CaroV.n', the Tt.re .'.boiitlon of the enae tax on tibacco Mr. Hrndersca. of Iowa, sjoke in favor ol cTit ny nc la- in'Tn.-' t-.x on tobacco, and offered in amendment to that effect. Mr TU.KT of Virgir.ia.oiTerjd and advocated a-' "me-1 tte fix 02 to'ncco Mr in "ppismsf Mr. Tucker's amendment. that the Commit! eeion Ways ETIC Means hid not entirely the tai on tobacco first. the country needed the moner. and it was not nee t-i -t ia order to preserve intact the cfeat system of the Republican p.rtv. Mr. Tucker'1; amendment was to Mr Heailcrson s amendment was also to rs. Mr. Headerecn of Iowa, offered an amead- ment th" present of duty on wool "P-r.dici a vote the committee rose aud House adjourned. An Ottlcome of the Txn American Confer- ence. May The Trcsidcnt seni to the Senate yesterday a letter of the Secretary of Stj-te suritnittiag the plan for a prt'litriinary snrrcj for a rail- v.-ar line to connect the principal cities of the American hemisphere, in accord- ance -arhh the recommendations of the Pan-Awrican coaferenee. Tao prompt action by Con to par- :T the ol tbc h- n ia tbc -s-orv-v i'a.. Mar CaJ- IL i'-'t'-r v.-r.v. ;n i vaaniatmis inc commit oa Jnn i May a aft to w. >5ay Ilos. Mr. To? tiatioas ir. tbaa iliat atC at Vo 'ijht harr rrtar Mr. aad <-vidcEi aav t'ular that CHAKGRS OF FRAUD. Sabia MADISON, Win., May Willlt a lUli. assignee of the St. Croix and Lumber Company, baa brought suit im United States Court against fti- States Senator Sabin, of cad the Wiaoouain Iron Company, that the title to large of Price and Dunn oounties be de- to rest in the St. Croix company, the ground that the title thereto had obtained by Sabin and the iron company through fraud. Sahin and others bought the property tor eong and now have opened a mino ortfc Other mineral deposits been found on the tract Sable, and the members of the iron company took tho titlelo their property in their individual names, and the complaint says that they were about to transfer the property to the company and negotiate bonds in tho sum SI, BJLAINE'S ASPIRATIONS. Tbat the Secretary ot State WaaU to Aptta Reprecent In United Senate. May Manley, of 4Jugusta, Me., Secretary Blaine" i friend, ;vho ia now in Washington, says Mr. Blaine has his eye fixed on the Unitid States Senate, and aspires to bo the successor of Senator Eugene Hale, term expires March 3, 1893. Al- though the Legislature will not meet until January. 1803, to elect tho Senator, the peculiar custom prevailing in politics makes it necessary that the pre- liminary work should bo done at tbi3 time. Manley eays Mr. Blaine has en- tirely Abandoned the idea that he can ever be elected President. He does not believe -that Harrison will be re-elocted and
.t Xorth- ern Railroad Company. Monday, all its rights, titles and franchises. wltb the proposed road bt-d and sub- scriptions. The transfer was made In consecration of of stwck ia the latter company. Tbf as- siftu-d ia dwd is lack of raoacy aad credit to tie road. In a Mar Two freijbt PJUsir.jreh A Susa-Jsy
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