Salem Daily News, June 2, 1890

Salem Daily News

June 02, 1890

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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1890, Salem, Ohio u n. NO. 129. DAILY NEWS. SALEM. OHIO, MONDAY. JUNE 2. 1890. TWO CENTS. It to Collect the Data, f Aa Army of Who ate f to Give Information. ox, machinery e census of lS9i) will be put i-day all over the United will be pushed as expedi- possible. Superintendent pates early rtturns to his it the work of tabulating :red upon and completed period. All the matters have been ar- iks prepared and enuwer- ted as to their duties and uns to be done is to collect ch shall become a part of It requires men a-3 to gather the requisite nd each of these is either a locality or upon topic. This, however, does the additional thousands of >yed in collecting and tabu- 'turns made that will come 11 aver the country as the i labors of the enumerators, seec at a glance what a i it requires and what im- of money must be expended h this undertaking. has accepted and confirmed sors' selections of onnmera- in few instances where the appointees was questioned, j shown that they were in- Dthers were substituted. la in the South objection w.is ie appointment of colored z supervisors boing held re- r their men, he concluded to r discretion and declined to on thatground. It is known, at appointments of this kind d even in tho case of a col- Isor, nearly all the enumera- ted by him are white men. nticipated that much trouble icrienced in obtaining an- questions that arc to ba pro- ut where refusals are met ill be at once reported and to enforce the law The ent is not given any natter, but it is made oblig- i him to report each and a who fails to comply with of the law to the pro- who will institute a vigor- tion against the violators of become liable to a fine of ght that some trouble will need in securing answers to PS regarding mortgages, as >e concerning special inter- relation to diseases about sicians have recently given id decline to furnish it. Ko will be made in propounding >ns, or harsh measures re- in enforcing the law, but comes plain that the provis- lan are intentionall3r being icn the parties so offending ed upon to take the conse- hilc Trying to Prevent a Si clrtc. June 2. Ida Smith, thirty- f age. engaged in the dresv isiness, became despondent verbes in business and com- cide Saturday evening by to the lake from Fullerton r. A young man. name un- ipcd into the water and at- save her, but after sniin- rt distance suddenly threw up and disappeared. It is sup- as seized with cramps. Removal. in. June The grand coun- Commercial Travr-lcrs" i "n Saturday adopted a. CMQinjrof President Tlarr i- j name of 250.000 travlinr removal of John A. Place at Oswcgo. X. Y. Piarf aid the profession as ono >f profligates. June Car. has written a long letter to a mem- ber of the Farmers'Alliance in Tuske- Ala., in regard to the I now pending in Congress. In this etu-r Mr. says "the whole scheme is vicious in principle and if idopted v.ouM prove m practice o every int-sri si it {s to benefit." He says furthr-r that it U "a to :ompel the to issue and dis- :nbute money for the benefit of people and proiucnve counties at the- expens? o: people living in tho Joorer and less productive ones. More- over, it is a plan to enable unscrupulous speculators to take advantage of the farmers' pecuniary necessities and ex- :ort exorbitant prices for food from peo- ple who reside in cities, towns and vil- ages." The plan if adootod, he says, would throw the country into profound confusion iuice a "enriching- somo ay inflation of y. and bdnkrupt- .ng others by contraction of currency and decline in prices. IN THE MCK OF TIME. Rescue of the Crew of a Norwegian Jutt at rhe ship Was Golnc to the Bottom of tlie Sen. Junr- steamer Ba- iter City, which arrived Sunday from Bristol, brought C.iwtain Jeffermel, First Mate Maulse-i, Second Mate Knud- son and nine seamen of the Norwegian bark Louis, which left Amsden, Nor- way. May S, for Qacbec r.nd nearly foundered in a hunicaue May 10. She kept afloat until the 19th, the men en- during great ,1-ist as the Louis wds going down the Exeter City came up aiid rescued her crew. Captain Jefferinel was da-lu'd to the deck by a big wave on the 10th and had both arms broken. The Exeter City herself had a very rough p i-sairo, and encountered a hurricane on tliu .i'jtu which caused her to lay to fur several DRUGGED Ti-iri WINE. Serious Charge -r Chicago Hotel Clerk tiy V. i .ilthy Ludj-. CHICAGO, June Frank Bradley, clerk at the Saratoga Hotel, was arrested and locked up at tbo Elarrisoii street station Saturday nigtit on a warrant eworn out by Mrs. Jvfary A Gmn. of Ilar- ribbunr, Pa., charging him with the lar- ceny of SSUO. Mrs.. Gmn is wealthy. She says some ago Biadlcy sent some sherry wine to her room and, while she was under the influence of the wine, which she believes was drugged, four drafts for 5200 each disappeared from her pocketbnok Bradley pre- sented these drafts at the First Nation- al Bank and ed the moriey on them. Bradley claims that be cashed the drafts for the lady, but denies that he kept the money. A Fatal CHICAGO, June Phil Lyons, of Ithaca. N Y., a son of Judge Lyons, of New York, was attempting to step from one car to another on tho cable road Sunday morniBg he tripped and fell between the cars and was dragged manv yards before the train could bo stopped. JIo was terribly bruised, his spine dislocated and fractured and bis hips and left aakle broken, lie died in a fow hours VfCIeary Was S.VN FIIASCISCO. June billiard contest between Schaefcr and McCicary closed Saturday night. Schaefer scored another run of points, which made a continuous run of H.OOO points for tho three McCleary had no oppor- tunity to use his cue after the Srstnight of the contest, when he scored 1? points. The score at the close stood to Locate am! W. Va.. Juno Baltimore Ohio Railroad Company, after negotiations with the owners o the property. finally purchased ares of land at four miles of an-1 will Joc-ito and yard- there division, the irans-Onio a.nd tho fourth of the main line Villainy of Lottery to Light. Railroad Officials UsM to Help the Schemers ui X Dakota. for Anti-Lottery to Their Eneinlea and Aid to the LouUiana MINNEAPOLIS Minn., June The Journal prints a sensational stary afTect- ng prominent officials of the Northern Pacific railroad. It charges that en the night of February 4 the Western Union telegraph wires were cut two Huies east of Jamestown, X. D., and that tho work was done by George McCabe, chief train dispatcher, and two operators, at the in- stance of A J. McCabe, superintend..nt of the Jamestown division of tcje North- ern Pacific road, who, it is claimed, worked the wire himself in At that time a great many telegrams for and against the lottery pro- iect were passng over the and younc McCabe and his two assistants sidetracked such as unfavorable to the lottery and rushed the others through with all possible hasto. It is charged that they advised the triends of the lottery of the contents of messages intended for the anti-lottery people in advance of their delivery to those en- titled to them, and thus put the lottery crowd in possession of the secrets and plans of the anti-lottery before the opponents of the lottery could com- municate with each other in different parts of the State. Long petitions and lists of names in favor of the lottery were, it rushed through without charg protests against tho lottery were de- layed. Superintendent issued passes indiscriminately to friers of tne lottery bill written on ordirjary note he.ids, with orders to conductors that they be returned to him when taken up. The Journal prints a o{ one of them. The Western Union Tele- gragh Company has made a Cfcrefui in. vestigation of all of the charges, obtain- ing satisfactory proof of their truth. Riv >gen of Leproiy. June Loprosy nas jn. creased to such an extentin Colony that a hospital for lepers Qas founded on Robbcn Island, near African coast. Other hospitals-will also be needed to deal with the ovji jn India legislation is urgently demanded for the suppression of Six lepers were lately arrested e ging the markets at Bombay. They were tied to a tree near the house, the magistrate hearing the case from the veranda. He sentenced them to one day's imprisonment. Knocked Silly in One ET. PA-.O, Tex., June 2. -_ Charlee Hcarld. of St. Paul, and Tom Standard of this place, fought just over the New Moxico line near here eariy Sunday morning. Standard n-ltjj a right-hander on Hearld's side ciev. erly dodged two blows, but then caught him in the neck a right hand blow and knocked him Standard failed to respond to tae time and the fight was given to Time, two minutes and ten FouRht and CniCAoo. June 2 -Mike Qiiecnan and Bob Ferguson, heavy weights of this city, fought for ?500 a side tfae gate receipts Sunday morning at Thaver Ind. Queenan was knocked out iri twenty-second round. The fight was one of tho hottest and most furious that has occurred in this vicinity between heavy weights for a long Fergu- son was practically uninjuredt while Queenan was terribly bruised and bat- wrcd. Proclamation T.INCOI.S. Xeb.. June 2. -The procla- m.ition of Governor Tbayer rescinding his call for a special session o{ was wade public Sunday. The Governor circs as his reasons the doubt cxUtingas to the constitutionality of laws which bo on Jtlri V X. Y.. .IrriC -2. -Two bnn- :ii'nit Vxiy. to this is the fact tnu TnM- YV--.TH'-: and the time i for sjv-ial Pa.. Juae Jair.es pe.rt. in on a charge of undue 'nacr Tith the trife o -a farmer of and woman s r.r.a a reman-i'-i catil an Ka-ttr ;a ii" :-T a j s vil f :t i 1 111' 3 If v .V W 'it! pit lm :jf ;

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