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   Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1890, Salem, Ohio                               THE SALEM DAILY NEWS. L. II. NO. 136. SALEM. OHIO, TUESDAY, JUNE 10. 1890. TWO CENTS. SMLGGLKDL'LOTHIXG. JockreU's Plea lor Cn- initad Coinage. rohibit Monopoly in the rtation of Cattle Comes Up for Debate. Whlt'h I wltk i Silver RUI Recentl a the Hoiuc of of Inquiry. IN, June number >re presented to the Senate Mori- em one from Nelson, Neb., pray over 100 years old shall i of J3 a month. Further routine ig beea transacted, the Silver bill p and Mr. Cockrell addressed thu ild that If enacted Into law, the e of silver bullion into standard rest wholly with the Secretary of All the benefit that could bj e proposed bill was that the sec- >e compelled to purchase J500.000 r ery month more than he now .0 purchase and that tbe currency ased to that eiaent. Silver bnl- treated as a mere commoditv and nen none of the equivalents of ency. of Mr. Cockrell's speech the bill was laid before the Senate, red that the bill be printed and able without reference to the Fi- tee. It was so ordered. ;ed the Senate to take up for con- e bill report d from the select the Sale and transportation of s "to prohibit monopoly in the i of cattle to foreign reason whv action should be ately tua j me tai uT bill vs'oul J ba late'withm a, -.veijk iposed Mr. Ve-t's mntion staling he admission of two States wen; >rt nice and sho-ild be taken up discus? on ensued ussiou concerning the length of d in (iebule over the Silver bill. I was called up and a discussion is w.is carried on between Mr. of them, and Mr. Hour and Mr k upon them The piovides nee shull bp cranted to liny nimon carri'-r from the United country, the owners, agents iWchshal refu-e to icccive m muv by vessel hav om tor e for trans- lorewn counfv, the c.ittle being and suitable for tranb.porta hipper tendering the reasonable jr; or who shtll make 'inv con- ment creating a monopoly of the e vessel for carrying cmtle -n v fl- aw governing nnd regulating the ligatious of commo i carriers of mblic and providing unjust dis etween shippers >ved to amend tlie bill by insert "not already contracted for m persons or p irties having cattle the date of such contract icoupy such storace room The menciment 10. navs aj. voted th2 St natc without adjourned. motion of Mr. Comstock, of .Mm le of the Silver bill passod Satur dpi! so a to read as follows: "Di of --liver bull'oa and the isury notes thereon, and for other of offered n reso ip the Secret iry of the Treasury House vrT-ther it is true that Uie Fhip co'npaiiv on Saturday lust re ihe orders of united Ptatcsomccrs rn passage to immigrants k York by said company in viola Labor law. anj what stops en to entrv to -.tiMinilups TV until tie la'vs, havt> boon com- I 4ue ration ma le f >r tho re the orders of the Oiiiceis thereof. then went into Committee of the II aT.'ctmg the B iltimore Polo I Compm> in W.i'-hiugton. The -pe-1 in discussion of the meas tlon wna tiken and the committee ,it Hve o'clock took recess until the evoir-.t; session to be for the of private pension bills. ed Wage Scale. (.ir. June the session Igarnated convention scale of 85.50 for boiling As tho scale for ikon as a basis and remains it is to be inferred that very ?os in the remainder of the c effected. The new scale manufactories has not yet lerod by the wage committee, stood, however, that a sur- store for eastern manufac- hat an effort will be male to e wage scale. There is now of almost 32 in favor of the price for boiling iron. ft for Hindering the Cetifnf. :K. June persons efused to answer the census fere arraigned yesterday be- lissioner Shields. In iwssl was shown to have 0 misapprehensions and the discharged after answer- cstions before the comrais- a cam the prisoners ror farther inTestitration. An- 1 recalcitrants will be ar- Came to the Front. Ji.no subscriptions the and stock? of Chicaffo It-'-winsr and Malt- iinjit-'d. yesterday. c'-weries and malt houses nth a view to M-ilJnc to an i hat the r YOUK, June Sun gives a list of the addresses found on different articles among the cart load of clothinjr seized on board the steamship City of New when she arrived here on her last trip. Tae list includes a number of prominent New York men and one or two residents Boston and Chicago. Ihe Sun intimates, however, that these parties probably had no knowledge of the attempt to smuggle their clothes in without payment of duty. They prob- ably their orders to Englisu tailors, with instructions to ship tho articles ordered to this countrv. The tailors seem to have an agent "here to whom these goods are sent, and w no dis- tributes them to the customers, who are charged prices based upon legitimate duty-paid importation. Collector Erhardt has determined to sell the goods on the City of New York at public auction. They consist of numerous fine suits of English-made clothes and a large quantity of under- wear. In connection with the smuggling schemes rceentlv unearthed it is learned that the Inman oil'iciials have cabled to Liverpool advising the discharge of chief officei Allen, of the City of "ches- ter, in whose state room was recently found a quantity of ladies' apparel and other dutiable goods. STABBED" BY ausxAKE. TraKIc Ending of an All-NiKht Debauch in a Chicago Hi Thrust Which. Proved 1-atal to a Sleeper. CHICACO, June queer murder was perpetrated early Sunday morning in a saloon kept by a man named Dal ton. A painter named James Johnson and a carpenter named Walter Jacobson had been in Dalton's all Saturday night, drinking beer and shaking dice." About seven o'clock Johnson went to sleep in a chair, and a little later Jacobson be- came engaged in an altercation with Dalton drew a heavy knife and made a at tho saloon-keeper, but, being quite drunk, he could not maintain bis equilibrium and instead of stabbing Dal ton he roeled and drove the knife into the- body of his sleeping friend Johnson, who died shortly after. 3toHlM't! Umpire. Col.. Ji no crowd of about people s.iw the worst umpir- ing ever done in Sunday in the game of ball between Denver and Min- neapolis. Blogg d.d the woik and ex- cited the crowd to such an extent that at the conclusion of the game a mob oi men jumped ouf of the grand stand and attempted to dust tho plate with his form. The prompt arrival of the police and a number of deputy sheriils s.iiecl Blogg from be ins1 beaten to death. T.logg had to ijc brought to tov, n in a fire mar- shal's buggy driven at full speed, fol- lowed by crowds hurling stones. Sun- day night Blogg left tow n. Hrltnh '-yii'lic.itc Operations. June Reed, who is at the head of a British syndicate, i; negotiating for the puichase of packing houses in Lake. Tfe recently made a proposition to Henry Botsford, presi- dent of the Chicago Packing Company, for the purchase of the company's pack- ing and slaughter houses, the Murphj house. house, B. H. Hutchin- son hounp and smaller bouses con- trolled In that corporation. The terms offered by Mr. Reed have not been made public. O'-toicrnuriait JDisappears. LOW n.L. Mass., Juno AVheelcr. acred eighty, father of Charles Wheeler, of the marble and granite firm of Andrews Wheeler of this city, left his son's home Fridav evening and has not since been seen. watch, pocketbook and purse having been found in his room, it is feared that he has com- mitted suicide. The water in the canal; was drawn off. but no body was found. No reason is known for his disappear- ance. ______________ the Color Line. II M.ir N. S.. June Scotia has just aiTorded an extraordinary ex- hibition of color-line prejudice. When the Fisk appeared in Halifax recently th'-y were guests at a leading hotel. They went to Bridsr'-- -.vater. ir. -n- burtr Cor.nty. nnd -.vcr'- there and th" Terrible Collision on tho itoad. Seven Human Lives Sacrificed by Misunderstanding of Orders. Valoablv and the CharCe Killed iu the Awftel Freicht Tralun ST. Louis, June freight wreck occurred on the Wabash railroad, new Warrenton, sixty-one miles west of early Monday morning. Seven were killed. The official notification telegraphed to the Wabash companjf here from their agent at Moberly stateK About o'clock Monday morninf' train No. 20, engine No. 3SS, one-half mile west of Warrenton with a train being run as the second sectio4; of No. 5. One of the trains had palace horse cars loaded with race horsea- en route from Latonia to Kansas City. The accident was caused by an error- in train orders. The second section of train No. 5 had orders to run two hours" and five minutes late and the order de- livered to No. by the operator at. Montgomery read two hours and fifty minutes late. Seven men in charge of the race horses were killed and several others were Engine No. 341 and two palace cars of the second sec- tion of train No. 5, and engine No. 3SS and sixteen cars of train No. 30 were badly wrecked. Fifteen race horses were killed. The company's surgeons at Moberly. Montgomery and Warren- ton went to the scene of the accident. Following is the list of the killed: William Thomas, colored, Cynthia-..a, Ky.; Henry Stone, trainer, Harrods- burgh, Ky.: James Kelley, Chicago; Frank Kelly, Chicago; Ed Simmons, hostler, Lexington, Ky.; Morris Green, colored, Frankfort, Ky.; Samuel Davis, jockey, Lexington, Ky. Jijuaed: William Taylor, colored, CoUngton, Ky., arm broken; Lee Par- sons, Wabash engineer, arm broken; J. E. Norton, brakeman, severely injured; Louis Augustus, colored, Harrodsburgh, Ky., left thigh fractnred; George Hur- ley, colored, CyntHiana. Ky., arm broken; Lee Louisville. ariM broken; Merrill colored, St. Louis, arm broken. HuiitliiK the Tr.iin UrsMAUfK. X. D., June 10. parties are still out after the robbers who went through tho Northern train at Salem. If caught they will probably lyncbed. Express Messenger Angevine, who saved the ex- press company's treasure, shipped his treasure box, containing to 000, to St Paul Monday morning. The express company lost nothing, but will offer a big for tho arrest and conviction of the rubbers. Postal In-' spector Walking is now working up the case. The whole country is thoroughly aroused and it seems almost impossible for the robbers to escape. Many Heads Were Broken. BAXOOB, Me., June 10. Quite a riot occurred last night at Ellsworth, where some men of the place became involved in a bloody fight with some employes of Robbins' circus. A large number par- ticipated in the fight, which resulted in many broken heads and severe bruises. After a desperate struggle partial order was finally restored. A special police force was appointed and patrolled the streets armed with rifles. Several men were severely injured. M.inlac'n .Mlrsco'loiK BALTIMORE, June Harry Evans, of Washington, an insane man in charge of an officer, on his way to an insane asylum at Albany, X. Y., jumped through a car window of a fast express train on the K. 0. road Sunday. It was thought he mot a horrible death. The train was stopped, but no trace of the man could be found. Monday he was found wandering around Canton in mn almost uninjured condition. From Hydrophobia. YOKK. Juno A French-Ca- nadian. ajed thirty. Edmund Corrivau, of Harrisvillc. li. I., died Monday at Keil'-vue Ho-pilsl of hydrophobia. He carnt- to accoMing to the Fas tear method, but the was too far r.iroxysms began at o'clock morning and until p. m.. death -J S. n.. Jan" has in n. true T.-ITXI i. .r'  iii. Ity Train. Ji. Isaac Schroder, a fifly-f-mr old. living U> town M'jadav li" ran -T.- 1 trx-d V> hJTns-1'. train JLIQUOK AXD TOBACCO. M-raariia UM ftyX Synod. Kew YORK, June se week of the meeting of the Refo Prabyteriac synod began Monday. report of the committee on was received and adopted, as was a olution to publish a new book of together with music for the same. report of the committee on and tobacco presented. The says that the original package deciaUm-- recently made by the Supreme Coart will compel Congress to legislate the liquor traffic. It recommends i the law of total abstinence be MM strictly enforced by tho church, andaap known violation of this law be pronajflf- punished. The report was adopted. Rev. Robb called attention to injurious results tobacco had upon young and urged that its use by4 ministers, deacons, elders and mc-nibe of the church be stopped. The dis sion of the repon on tobacco had i been concluded when tho synod journed for the day. AX EXCITING SCENE. Runaway Horse Into anil Wreefer a Street o I'eraons Uauiy jiirod. F-vr.r, Mass., June open horse car on Main street, contain- ing twenty passengers, was dashed by a runaway horse with a g wagon Monday forenoon. The wont right through the center of tibia car, landing on the opposite side, -tee- ing away the iron braces, two oak scj- ports and the seat attached. Jontiti Burko and George H. Paceoud, oc- cupied the seat, and a Mrs. Rice on ilc seat behind, were thrown from Miss Burke being hurled twenty fwft. When picked up she was thought dead, but revived later and was to be badly hurt internally. I'aceoufl, who occupied the end of the seat where the horse entered, is very sevew- ly injured, but Mrs. Rice escaped wifc but slight bruises. Xo other passenger was hurt li VSK BALL. Remits of Contents on Lfiiq-ue, tlou tiud itrotlierhood Grounds. Following are the scores of yester- day's games. NATIONAL T.KAMT. At York 1, Phila- delphia 0. At 8, Urooklyn T. At '2, Cmcit- nati 8. At AMCIUCAN ASSOCIA 1 ION. At 7. Brooklyn-BL At 3. Rochester 8. ri.AVKIlS' t.EAC.X'K. At Philadelphia-New York 2, dclphia 14. At 9, Brooklyn 1. At 14, Buffalo 7. At 0, Pittsburgh 6. THE WOKST BV.OW YEt. Ail .Indite a Decision Whlefc I'rohibltlon a Severe Hacknet. MASON CITY, June ,John C. Sherwin made a sweeping ttt- cision yesterday in ths "original pack- ago" injunction cases which bees, pending for the past week, which 6s Igr far the at prohibition State has yet received. In his deeisier. the judge finds that the defendants at- agents of importers could occupy the building for the purpose of selling hear in original packages to all persons ei- copt minors and habitual and that such use would not a nuisance, even though the beer vat drank on the premises by the purchaser. He granted a temporary injunction re- straining the defendants from selling to minors and those in the habit of intoxicated-______________ to Ileat the KetorS. CHICAGO, June morniaf Charles R. Nelson, a nineteen-ycar-oJA bicyclist of Marseilles, 1IL, started oca. trip to New York which he proposes Sri make in seventeen days. He make a daily average of railOB and will proceed by tho way of _ Buffalo. Rochester, Utica. Albany the Hudson, a total distance of miles. Tho previous best record is tluft of Van Wagoner, the faniotin from New York V> Caica-jo in days aoars. Mio! fir a r TrAlnT. Lr.xiv.T----. KT.. IlradJ''-. i r.'-li-kn rr.r'i traja- er. -in'! KV-r-isr had a f.cift Brother Wilt -1 rr'-v Wltfc :l Is .-it-hart a 'V. r-l   

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