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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1890, Salem, Ohio FHE SALEM DAILY NEWS. 127. SALEM. OHIO, THURSDAY. MAY 29. 1890. TWO CENTS. Harbor BiU Fames the House. nx. Mr. BatKtell'B Succes- ses Oath of Office. BIU Impor- quor Coutlnaed by the Sen- t RearhlDK a Vote. May the ournal yesterday Mr. O'Nell, of presented the credentials of Mr. latter gentleman qualified as a from the Third district of Penn- Vaux, as be took his seat, was >plause. iissed appropriating for lent of a national military park Id of Chlokamauga. was ordered 01 the Naval Ap- 1 and then the H'mse Into he on the River ana Har- peudmg on the nlsed ugamst the clause pre t, upon thefwuers of bridges the nav] -atUm of nvers Tue me point of ori'.er. Mr Du'Jiicll of Mltmfsoti, sec- ;.-lar that it sli.ill cot be law. ji a bridge over any naUgable c United the limits mut obtaining the approval of if w.is btritkcn out autlioriied of tlje Illinois river 0 the Mississippi river, with a inir.g wl'at binds would be sub- by tha toastructioQ of a naiig- between Lake Michigan and the ;r. of Sew Jersey, offered as a sub- bill a bill creating a board commissioners and appro- k sum of to be ex- 1 Lost. ;e thei rose and reported the te and the bill was passed with was orderea from to day until Hou-e then adjourned. 5 bill subjecting imported liquors the several States was again Mr Morgan made an argument ititutioi'ality He did not think lat.'d bj the fromers of the Con- he States of the Union, through ires and their powers and sov d be called upon as instrumen- luktng by Congress. The func- itcs were necessarily confined (in DQI to tbose m.itttrs exjiiessly and to those matters over or gm-il jurisdiction and power y consented to the formation of tha bill would leave the nous cred'cament He believed Uad the power (without any leg- jngresb) to control the sa'e and nt-s within their limits The ex- invaluable right h id been sus lecieioa of the Supreme Court, :e had not been affected, essed Ins ent re sympathy with ic States had absolute control of the tra'i e in mtoxic-itmgliquors ng to for almost any bill tain that end. Fortifications bill was reported iproprtati ns Committee with nU laid on the table and printed. a of the bill J'S to liquors in pro- w resumed and Mr Call con- im'-nt i ilce in support of the bill ued in support of the bill, pro r to nd it oy striking out unated'' and inserting in lieu the .iihm the iim'ts of thu Suite of o to riake the police power at- i- soon .is they r -aeh the boua State of destination. Without the b 11 the Soaate adjourned. to the Conrt. ir. May Charles S. Sil- .cechburg. Pa., the assent of brewing firm, who was ar- .turday last for selling beer packages, was sent to jail esterday Judsre Fetterman jrman's release from con- a habeas corpus writ. The tried by the Cnifd States in thisciiy next Saturday. will then b3 taken to ihe P< Supremo Court for Saal d decision. AVIll Spend thfSuRi-sicr. Il is nearly iht and his fr.in- m-r at Cape May Point. N. "a th-j General. or a cottage roa-.Tr At all liar- that After Stenll.iK S30.OOO From HU Em- to Stay and the Music. WATEKKUHY. Conn., May An in- vestigation of the books of the Smith Griggs company shows that George Roberts, the chief book-keeper, who was arrested several days ago for embezzle- ment, has stolen in all He be- gan stealing in 1871, just af terjie en- tered the employ of the concern, and since then has taken large sums each year. Roberts' bond of S5.000 is hardly sufficient, but he is determined to staj and face the As the statute of Hm itations provides that no person shall be prosecuted for any crime or misdemeanor for which. the punishment is imprisonment except within five years next after the crime is committed, unless the person in- dicted shall have fled and resided out of the State, the question arises as to whether he can be punished for his stealings of the first thirteen years. PERILS OF THE SEA. Ketcue of _V iii-rio Fisliermen After a Terrible Experience In an Open Boat. HALIFAX. X. S May The Nor- wegian boat Concoidia has arrived here with Spencer Docker and Eugene Bourke, belonging- to the American fish- ing schooner Nellie G. Thurston. They were picked up on the banks May 19 after drifting- about five days and four nights without food or water. They were attending the trawls when a fog set in and they lost the vessel. They triod to make the Newfoundland coast, 200 miles distant, but their attempt proved useless. Their suffering fiom thirst, hunger and cold was intense. The fifth d.iy they became very weak, their arms breaking out in sores and their feet and hps becoming swollen. The Concordia almost ran over them be- fore they were seen. They were uncon- scious when picked up. SUFFRAGIST SILENCED. Lecturer forbidilen to Spoilt by Tough of !i South Dakota Town. Tmpp, S. D Mar 2ri.-Mrs. Mary Sey- mour Howell. of New York, who in company with Susan B. Anthony is working in the interest of equal suf- frage, was bs-o Ti.f'sJay with the expec- tation of drlivermT a lecture in the evening-. On her arrival she was met by a delegation, mostly Russians, and told that they did not want to hoar any women preachers and she would not be allowed to speak in the school house. This aroused the indignation of other citi- zens and they determined to open tho school house for her. The situation, however, became so threatening as even- ing approached that she was afraid to remain in town n.prl dpnai-tod for Parks- ton. Feeling runt, very hinfh. Shot Kilircl by .1 Policeman. May Police OfHeer Laurer on Tuesday night shot and instantly killed William Koch, aged nineteen Koch, who had been arreste-l by the officer for a misdf- moanor. started to run away. Tho officer followed and. after pursuing a Short distance. Sred a shot and Koch fell dead Tho c Goer claims that his pistol fell out of his pocket while ho was running aiul was accidentally dis- charged, but this is not credited. iil.. Mar of the village- Inn worty. are preatlv scit-i! over the nrstfri ius dis- apjiearainv "f KJ'a Coruell. a hai.dsomo left len days asro to a fi'-'-T at Ko-.ven. III. tfho on the r.-iilrcnd io near where :tll were A reward is for informa- tion a Vin- doTO and Rusk. Postmaster General Wan- amaker. Attorney General Miller, Con- pressman McKinley and Marshal Rans- dell, left Washinrrton last evening over the Pennsylvania road for Cleveland. O., to participate in the Garfield monu- ment dedication ceremonies in that city on Decoration Bay. The party, with the exception of Attorney General Mil- ler, who will go from Cleveland to Indi- anapolis for a few days, will return to Washington Saturday evening. Another Knee llri-winjr. BiKMiyfiHAM. Ala.. May CO. A ser- ious war is threatened at Six Mile. a small M.vn in Bibb County, fifty miles southv.-est of this city. Tuesday night a party of white men flogged three negro women who insulted three while ladies, which created a gre.il deal of ex- amonj tho They vengeance and became de- monstrative. wh'-n the armed -s and dispersed them. The and gathering ia force and trouble ht X. V.. May About r.OO at Ihc Travelers" CluJt avu nirht tx> witness ih" aiill IVVr and Iko Farn-H. l --on. k-e" I -i _ A-. 1 "tl" llfl Srsi man having and "ib'T Al rroccy. F.irrfU and woa ia a Vftvrratloti of Some Recent Oo iii Ohio. K. OP P. CONVENTION. May Case Hall WM well tiled with Past Chancellors of the KfeiffhtB of Pythias Wednesday, when Grand Lodge resumed its deliber- ations. Several hundred Past Chancel- who. mot being representatives of subordinate lodges, have not the right to vote, especially interested in the exemplification of the unwritten work of tlM order, which was conducted by Representatives Walter B. Richie and John C. Burns At the busi- ness session the salary of the grand keeper of-' records and seals was in- oreased from toS2.000 a year. Grand Chancellor Ellis in his report re- oommendaid' that the allowance of the Qrand Chaiibellors in the future for clerk hire be not less yian a year. This recommendation was modified by tho it was decided to appro- priate a year, an increase of for the exifenses of the Grand Chancsl- lor, and allow him S430 a year for clerical The cities of Findlay, Cincinnati And Columbus were named as the place tor the next meeting of the Grand Lodje. At eight p. m. the installation of offi- cers took pljice, after which the conven- tion adjouried sine die. Delegates are a unit in baying that it has been the most successful and best arranged con- vention that the grand lodge has evei held. The majority of the delegates will remain in the city until Saturday, in order to participate in Friday's parade. WEALTOL CUT NO FIGURE. Romance of a Girl Who WM Faithful to Her Mother. YOTJXGSTOWX, May 29. months ago Miss Mary E. Bagnell, who had been lost by her mother, a widow residing here, when a child, and was found liv- ing with a family in Omaha, Nob., and is- now a young lady, returned here. When Miss Bagnell returned she was engaged to a. wealthy young man in Omaha. He wrote her upbraiding hei for returning to her mother, who is in poor circumstances, and insisted that she should return. Miss Bagnell an- swered declaring tho engagement off, stating that she loved her mother in poverty, better than his.wealtn. Soon after returning- here Miss Bag- nell became acquainted with Henry Reed, an employe on the New York. ania Ohio railroad, a most exemplary young man, and the couple were married at the First Baptist church last evening. GAKFIELD MJEMOKIAL. for Reception of Enonnou.4 Crowd ot Expected. CLEVELAXD, May President Har- rison, Vice President Morton. Secretar- ies Windom and Rusk and Attorney General Miller will arrive in the city Thursday afternoon at o'clock. The party will arrive on the Cleveland and Pittsburgh train, and the Pennsylvania Company has tendered the committee a car which will go to Alliance to meet the President. In tho evening the President will bo tendered a reception at the Stillman. Governor Campbell and his staff will arrive hero this even- ing. The city is rapidly filling up with Tisiiors and it ia expected that the greatest crowd ever seen in Cleveland will be here to-morrow. JEWELItY. Anetoat on the Skete- of Monml C. II.. O.. May Whlln in excavating a large mound on the farm of E. T. Worihing- Uiu near Vista, this county. T. M. Worthisffton and other important which :a ienptb and -six Arosnd of found two jn a of nti 2 ulKfar t trj-rl; r r. Ori.nd of jvcrv li- idv TariA tK to tho Old New YOBS, May differences in regard to passenger rates in tha Northwest were all adjusted yesterday and au agreement was signed by all the roads to restore passenger rates to the same figures as on December 31. The agreement goes into effect on June 10 and will continue for sixty days. No road can withdraw except on thirty days' notice. It was signed in Chicago by the officers of all the roads whose ex- ecutive officers could be reached there and then Vice President Goddard, of the Atchison road, brought it to this city. The situation in the Southwest con- tinues unchanged. The parties having charge of the moveinout to adjust rates in that section state that the matter rests entirely with Jay Gould. If he or- ders his subordinates to restore rates the other roads will follow at onco. SMUGGLED OPIUM. Cantom. Capture S2.OOO Worth of the Drun at Portland, Ore__Arrect of One of the Gang. Poim.Axn, Ore., May officials Tuesday night seized 310 cans of opium, valued at about in a Chinese wash house. The United States inspectors who had been watching for smugglers of opium saw a man take tho drug into the wash house and arrested him. He gave the name of John Mayes and is a brakoman on the Northern Pa- cific between here and Tacoma. He con- fessed that the opiuui was bought in Victoria a few days ago and smuggled into the United States. The customs authorities claim they have proof that a number of the Northern Pacific "bm- ployes, together with several Chinese, are smuggling a large amount of opium into this city. A number of other ar- rests will soon be made. EAllLY'S CltlTtOISM. The Ex-ConfoderHtti ueoernl Into Trouble by Lougntreet a RmcaL Va., May 29. General Jubal Early, while engaged in a holiday discussien of war at the Exchange yes- terday, was approached by a stranger, who slapped him on the shoulder and re- marked: '-My dear General Longstreet, how do you Early astonished his visitors by ex- claiming savagely. "I want nothing to do with a. man who mistakes me for such a-----rascal as .Taniss Longstreet" A friend of the latter who was stand- ing by demanded a retraction. Early re- fused, whereupon Long-street's friend made a lunge for Early, but the latter was protected by friends long enough to escape. The incident has caused a son- sation. Association CHICAGO, May The annual con- vention of the American Phonograph and Graphopbone Association was op- ened at the Auditorium yesterday by a phonographic speech from Thomas A. Edison, the electrician, who was unable to attend. About seventy-five delegates, representing twenty-one phonograph and graphophone companies, were pres- ent. The object o? the convention is to form a closer union in the trade and make general improvements. A tem- porary organization was formed with 3. McC.iJovra. of the Old Hominion Phono- graph Company, as chairman. Uio Tariff BUI. BUFFALO. N. Y.. May -The mals- ters of this city have appointed an ex- ecutive committee of seven with full power to take all the necessary steps to protect the bruv. in-.', uniting and barley interests of the city, which are threat- ened by the duty on barlev proposed by th" Mtlvin'.ey tar'.ir A protest br the of the UniK-d States sotting forth their reason for op- posing the proposed increase in thcd-jty on barely has byn jc'-pared and will lo prcscnU-d to the S-natc. Dtavolotr1 !tr Ji AIMM-. Mass.. May The of S'ataford. Vu. was t-a Tues- day of what was Jirvt to have a and natural ibo a r. -TJ. 11 1 of of an UTC From by ArrMt. PMILADKLPUIA, May Thorny. J. Basso, ex-chief of detectives of New Or- leans, who escaped November 20, from the State prison Df. Baton Roug-a. where he was serving a fourteen yean? sentence for forgery, was arrested last night. He says that after escaping he went to South America, but the cli- mate was killing him and he New York penniless. He sought ear- ployment in vain and drifted to thii city, where the police nabbed him. Basso was appointed a policeman IB New Orleans when only twenty-one years old and wavso efficient that gained rapid promotion until in 188S was made chief of the detective foree, His crime was the forgery of a certificate, by the aid of which ho be- trayed a young lady whom he sooa abandoned. Tho girl afterward shot him and he narrowly escaped death at her hands. BASEJLJALL. Between Leading of the Game. Following are the results of Wednes- day's events- XAl'lOXAI, lEAt.fr.. At New Chicago 5, New At Cincinnati 0, Boston 1. At Brooklj Cleveland 5, Brooklyn 15. At Pittsburgh 10, Phil- adelphia 12. Second Pittsburgh 2, Philadel- phia T. AMEIUCAS ASSOCIATION. At Toledo 2, Rochester X. At Louisville 5, 1T.AYKK.S' LKAOUE. At New Cleveland New York At Chicago 3, Boston 5. At Pittsburgh 5, BrooklyB- 9. At Buffalo 11, Philadel- phia 5. AI.ABA5IA DEMOCRATS Meet In Convention to Xomltr.Ue a Five for Governor. MONTGOMERY, Ala., The Ala- bama Democratic State convention wai called to order at noon Wednesday by chairman Tompkins. of tho State Exec- utive Committee. Committees on cre- dentials and permanent organizatioa wore appointed and the convention took a recess until five m. to await their reports. At the evening session tho on credentials notified the cor it would be unable to report till ten o'clock to-day and the convention adjourned. The convention is the most excitinj held here since the war. There are five candidates for Governor R. F. Kolb, of Barbour: G. F. Johnston, of Jefferson; William Richardson, o! Madison; Crook, of Calhoun, and Thomas M- of Montgomery. WHITE WOKK. Two Fsmiilf-n of UaU Tlugfef. Almost to De.ith by imh.imi Regula- tors. SVII.MO, Ky May 2'J. A band of White Caps, thirty in number. visite3 Corydon. Ind.. at one o'clock Wednesday morning and proceeded to tho house oc- cupied by Lucy Xoyes and .lane Flay. two women of questionable reputatioc. The women were dragged from bod. taken to the edge of the town, tied to trees and until both had faints'! from pain. Their thoncs were then cut and the C-ips dopartoJ, leaving thotr victims where they had fallen, al the foot of the trees, limp and insensi- ble. Besides thfir general bad character tho two women were suspected of hav- ing set recent fires at tho fair grounds near Corydon. Tlnnk Wrecker NEW May In tho United States Circuit Court last night the jury- in the caso of P. .1. C'aa-vn. on trial for funds of Sirth Na- tional Hank v.-hii" its president, after dejiV-ration a ver- dict of cr-.iUy. was rzk-a to ji-J. IJis wife faint" 1 ih" aa-x-a calm. Mr-. Ci.ia- lion for trial n.ad deferred. Arli.l J'ltt1.. i c ;n hit T- '-r..sir ly.nr api 4.VT, I J i, r-a-.< a 1 'i I V a T IM T-i'-nl M -i' !r v a- .I. W II- T v. J Wii a -in. 4 A' f IM V i-. j -tiovt v -V. ii- T -v; Tn-Jl tj. s 3 in.
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