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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1890, Salem, Ohio HE SALEM DAILY NEWS. >L. II. NO. 138. SALEM. OHIO, THURSDAY. JUNE 12. 1890. n the Senate Dependent BUI use of n WKkfc Will m.000.000. ing for of Cmt- tef Intoned for Ex. ft the os, June IS.--HODSS-IB the House Mills, of Texas, was appointed a ie Committee cm Rules and Mr. eorgia, a member of the Commit and to fill vacancies oeca- resignation of Mr. Carlisle. ence report on tbe Senate Depend- Dill presented and the previous ered. In explanation of the report, tated that the conference commit- ken out the dependent feature bill an I the service feature of the It would distribute soldiers of the nation, of Oblo, protested against the con rt, holding that tt Ignored tbe de- soldier and burled la the 3! his petitions for a per diem rate Protests were mad6 on similai Messrs. Springer and Turner, discussion the conference reporl o-yeas 145, nays 56. rt, of Vermont, presented the con art on the Senate Anti-Trust bill the effect of the report WM not, pposed, to repeal the antl-poolinj the Inter State Commerce law. son. of Kansas argued that the bill illy have the effect of nullifying thi feature of the Inter-State Com- Tlie report went over without !ic House ad oiirned. Phc bill the criminal jur- ,he circuit and t to tli; and their connecting waj 1. from the Committee on Finance, cU favorably and witi sundn House Silver bill and save no e would offer it as a substitute foi )ilL The Senate Silv -r bill was thet 1 Mr. Eustls Addressed the Semite, ed th; proposition for free coin ply extension of the SYS- ce. The American people had tried "nt and were satisfied it anil led the experiments should be nd extended, 3 next addressed the Senate. He free coinage of silver for tvro rea- because it would Increase the cur second, because it would add crsat ue of silver, an American product, h incl.ned 10 or the pl.ms. spoken .-cent Pan-Am rican il agreonr'nt to coin a dollar tender and standard of valu LI three Americas, from the line ol possessions In North America to He believed the Pan-American rtol a few years be as current in Chiar ,s In the tlnif.'d States It ivoulc way into the Bank of England, Amiterd m and into tho-e coun flbcal sjstem now denied cur ;r Senator to speak on Vaz ic Silver bill went ovc-v.ithouta'j bills were taken from tbe d parsed: Senate bill for a public Kacine. Wis.. cost uot to exceed na'e bill to amend Stat ,vke the act of breaking into a post 2 purpose of larceny, cr me o 1 to the maximum of im from flvo to ten 1' to -Tohibit mnnopoly n the if C'lttio to fore n.is id pissed without jo'.nt rfisnUiti'-in in i-d t the n cattle w.ii tlxe.i t.tk'n ip and Mr i statcm in exp anntion and ad :e bill to nrovide for the inspection ;md products tnt :nJed for ex iL'n countries was then t'llceu up ani e.iuireb tlie y of Agriculture he nrirtc a careTul Insoect'on of al (led for export to foreiim co-jntne aiti'd at s jch Umo and place ti manner as he may think proper to ascertain whether cattl" in-e frr ie and purpose he may ap octors. who shall be authorized t icial certificate clearly th i wh ch such animals -ire found, am shall be given any :attle for CTnortaticn to a foreign ilessthe shipper of such cattle ha. the inspector heroin author mpiinted, stated th.-it such caule ar or the protection of actual settler home'tea-l or en the public of the United State UDir. which d :po .its of di-covered since such entries wer passei no tueo proceeded to the ividua! pension bil's OT th-T calend.i seventy-live of th Adjourned. PAY FOlt SOLDIERS. of Bill ofkrr N'arrowlj Escapes Death fii-.K. .Tune 13. "Snapper" Oar '1 a marvelous escape from >tcrday at Morris Park. He ha nt on D. T. Pulsifcr's P.rothe ic second rac-p. and in comin f stretch the horse dropped bably from over-exertion. tJar- tnrnwn to the ground, but bo- bruises iv.-vs uninjured. Luck- >vr Han in rear when "nt occurred. TIad he hcon up bunch. Garrison would proba- trampled to death. of Wrrclt 111.. June At noon WASHIXGTOX. June The general Hsnsion bill as agreed upon by the con- erees and agreed to in the House yes- terday, after providing for the pension f dependent parents, savs that all per- sons who served three months or more n the military or naval service of the United States during the Rebellion and who have been honorably discharged herefrom, and who are now or who may .ereaf ter be suffering from a mental or Aysical disability of a permanent char- cter not the result of their own vicious labits, which incapacitates them from he performance of manuallabdV in such a degree as to render them unable to arn a support, shall be placed upon the ist of invalid pensioners of the United States and be entitled to receive a pen- ion not to exceed per month and not less than SO pt-r month, propor- ioned to their inability to earn a sup- such pension to continue during the existence of such disability. Rank in the service shall not be con- sidered in filed under this act Provision is made for pensioning at the rate of SS per month widows of men who served ninety days without jroving death the result of army serv- ce, and likewise granting a month to sach child undor sixteen, years of age. Ten dollars is fixed as a limit of the fee be charged by agents in preparing ;ases under this act. There is no possi- ble way to estimate the cost of the bill. The estimates range from a year to Mr. Morrill in the Bouse placed the estimate at about but it is thought it will run up to at least 000 tho first year. DID XOT LOWElt FLAG. Canadian Military Officer ItcCuses to Al- low a Hand to oil a Steniu-r Flying the Stars and KINGSTON, Ont.. June Quite a rip- ple of excitement was created at Ferry wharf Wednesday afternoon by an at- tempt on the part of Colonel Cotton, commandant of Battery A. stationed at Kingston, to prevent, an excursion party boarding, the American sioamer St. Laiv- renco until she bad lowered the stars and stripes. A few davs ago tbe man- agement of the steamer received per- mission from the Canadian government to call at Canadian ports down the St. Lawrence river to collect excursionists. The boat was engaged yesterday by the Canadian Order of Foresters for an ex- cursion to tuo Tuousand Islands- Among those most p-omincnt In the party was Mayor Brennan. of this city, who had engaged Mattery A Band to es- cort the excursionists. When about to board the boat the mayor was in- formed by Colonel Cotton that the band could not board the steamer until the American flag wa.s hauled down. This order caused great commotion among tbe Foresters and their friends. The owners of the steamer, however, after being consulted, refused to obey tbe order and so informed Colonnl Cot- ton. The American flag was flying at the end of the stcamar's bowsprit and the union jack at the top of the stars at the bow of the boat, and tbe stars and stripes also predominated at the stern. Tbe excursion wont on without tho band. __ _ ON THE WAR PATH. Cltevennr Maklne Trouble for Set- In Kniiclimeti rlceiiiB to tho Town-. UKU.VA. Mont, Juno The Chey- enne Indians are on the path. They have left their regular camp and aro gathering in small camps of from fifteen to twenty-five and are firing at. settlers' houses and making the most threaten- ing demonstrations. Ranchmen aro Attempt to Kim Street Can Columbus, O., Falls. Tracks Otatrncted and an Enorao Mob Has Every Thine Own Way. No Procpect of and litnwt Car Cvaapmy loc Future. COLUMBUS, O., June Consol dated Street Railway Company on Wei nesday morning made another attem to run cars manned by non-union me the City Council having given them u til last evening to fulfill tbe obligatio: of their charter before entering cancel the charter. The company cured a number of non-union men who TEMPEKAXCE CONGRESS. AddreMMM by Prom New YORK. 12. ttonal temperance In session at tbe Broadway Tabernacle Wednesday morning. Colonel Alexan- der S. Bacon called the congrett to order sad spoke of the national significance of the work of temperance. Rev. Or. Charles F. Deems, of the Church of the Strangers, was then called to preside over the congress. -The question "Is State and National Prohibition Desirable and Feasible" was then discussed by General Neal Dow from the high license side and Rob- ert Graham from the prohibition point view. N. S. Davis, M. D.. of Chicago, read a paper entitled: "Alcohol a Pois- on, Never to be Used for Beverage Pur- and another was read by Prof. A. R. Cornwall, entitled: "The Battle of Omaha." Among those present were General A. B. Nettleton, of Minneapo- lis: Judge C. C. Bonny, of Chicago; Hon. they cooped up in tbe cellar under the down-town offices. A company of polic ex-presi irrs rss stables, residence part of the city, and wheri ference from factorymen. The strikers themselves offered no president of tbe Wiscon- sss secretary National Temperance League !of Great Britain, and Dr. Howard Crosby. In the afternoon session Rev. J. 1C of New York, advocated that both 01 xorK, auvuuansu mat uui.ii sistance. obeying .tnctly the restrain !bitioni9ts ftnd high license people ing order made by the courts, but th- on some restriction citizens turned women an1 _. f. i, IA Th H i socasure. Dr. Huntington, of Grace ren going eir a e ..nurcn disbelieved in either prohibi- 8 one of the vuatkifUv respectable i; Both ed the city the stables only half General Nettleton favored the square from aristocratic Broad and the inhabitants being mostly bus! o an American Union Tern- i Alliance to work for better laws ness and professional men. A crowd d" _._ j j tfrnd better public sentiment. After sev- other speeches in favor of total ab and prohibition the session Closed. BASE BALL. of Aw and Following are thes cores of yesterday's to obstruct the tracks by stones. Car No. 59 was started out, before it had gone three squares scab drivers had deserted to the strikers; A real estate dealer named Kaufman uri j hitched tbe horses from the car. was arrested by order of Mayor Bruckj who was on the grounds and a boy wa! locked up for piling stones on the track1 NATIONAL I.KAGUE. The factoryraen had kept tbomselve! "At York 7, Phila- inforraed, and at this juncture a mass odelphia innings, employes from tbe Onio buggy works At 3, Brooklyn 0. the Scraper works, and all the carped At 1, Cincin- ters and brickrnasons employed oinati 5. neighboring buildings marched -At Cleveland 1, Chicago 7. swelling the crowd to Chief Muij -Second 3, phy ordered the ears taken back to AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. and the now employes, with At 2, Louisville two or three exceptions, which iiicludeot. the now notorious Mitchell, went over; All other games in a body to tho strikers. Mitchall fori PLAYKUS' LEAGUE. protection was placed in a car shed and'1 At York 5, Phila- the police drew up in front of it to keep elphia 11. ;he crowd back. The mob good na- 5, Brooklyn 2. lured and contented itself with passing in front of the shed and hooting at the scab. After the men bad passed in re- view, the women followed thoir exam- ple and hissed the fellow. The crowd then drew up. gave three cheers for Chief Murphy and tbe Columbus police force, and the factorymen started in a body toward Franklin Park and the ex- treme East End stables. It can be said without exaggeration or sensationalism that, unless the street railroad company comes to terms very soon. Columbus is on the eve of a labor riot The entire sympathies of the com- munity are with the strikers and tbe factories are all ready to shut down to aid them in any attempt to gain the ad- vanco demanded. Tbe police are abso- lutely powerless before the great array of mechanics who have taken up the cause of the street men and only a stronir military force could insure the running of cars. ig their families into the settle- ment- Cattle are being shot down hy tho Indians through pure malice, as no parts of the animals are used for beof. Eighteen cattie were shot in one bunch creek. Governor rester- dav received a dispatch ten prominf-nv citu'.-ns Mill's that he send star.i of arms and ammunition. The arrcs arid ammunition were sent forward in charco of G'l.mci Curtis. One irwp of cavalry I and v' infantry hav" b-'-n frora Kort to th" arcr.cy. Damafte bj a Cyclone. JOI.IET, 111.. June 12. lives were lost by the cyclone at Channohan Tues- day night. Many buildings were moved from their foundations and outhouses leveled. A part of John resi- dence was torn away without injury to tbe occupants. David Brew's barn and three horses were blown forty rods wifh terrific force against some large trees. The horses were killed and the barn wrrcked. Tbo Hc'ntninjr and thunder werf terrific and iho people were crazetl with flight. -Tune 1C. Thf board of trade of Kobrt Warren ,t- Co. failod clwvrins honsc- At 3, Pittsburgh At EFOKMED FKESBYTERIAN nod Defeats the Proposition for Union With Other Line of Tobacco ondemned. EW YORK, June -At yesterday's ssion of the Reformed Presbyterian nod tbe vote on the adoption of the >ort of the committee on union was :en. It was as follows: Ayes 17, noes absentees 25. Tbe committee's ro- rt was for a union with tbe other inches of the denomination. .n the afternoon session the comnjit- on divorce reported in favor of lim ng divorce to cases of adultery or llftil desertion. The report opposing i use of or trading in tobacco wa cpted. Reference was again had tc Vice President's hotel in Washing being used partly for the liquor bus iss, and this was condemned as an in wet participation in immorality. Train N. June One o t bandits who robbed the Northern lific train at New Salem on Sunday thas been captured. The captured m is Charles E. Bailey, and as he Ichrng be is telling all he knows an gng information that will bo of tbo gitest value in locating the other rob land breaking up a desperate gango pidercrs- A strong guard is now ove t jail. r. FETKUMU-KO. .liine Inforrna f has rcaclu'd here of a disastrou: fi accompanied by yrc.it loss of lif a at t'faJfi'Oc nnd Now in t'rn.1 mining Th works, four Record of Late Happenings in Buckeydoiu. DIPHTHERIA'S RAVAGES. lnf Spread of the at Uma New and Several Deaths. LIMA, O., June Diphtheria is spreading to an alarming extent. Three more deaths have resulted and eleven now cases. All of the cases so far have been those of children ranging from eight to ten years of age, and, with few exceptions, are out of the same class at school from which the first case origi- nated, and all of the classes in that building have been closed. Tho board of health held a special meeting and de- cided upon the most stringent measures to check the disease, which has so fai resulted fatally in every case. The av- erage illness haa been less than three days. _ Daughter Drowned. Mother Dies From Grief. LOVKLAXD, O., June 12. Information has been received hero of a sad drown- ing at South Lebanon. A young girl by tho name of Clerr was fishing in the Little Miami river at that point. She foil into the river. The mother waj an eye-witness of the accident and plunged in and succeeded in bringing her daughter to the shore. The daugh- ter was beyond resuscitation. The sud- den excitement and deep grief was too much for the mother, and she died short- ly afterward. They were both residents of this place, where one of the sons was drowned about two years ago. Ninety Old ui-.d Suicided. PAIXESVILLE, Jane John Simp- son, who attempted suicide a few weeks ago by cutting his throat, was found dead banging by tbe neck in the garden of Mr. Simons Wednesday morning. Simpson hag been of unsound mind for some time. He ninety-one years of age. Some time ago ho caused a sensa- tion in Cleveland by attempting to pro- cure a marriage license to marry a girl of twenty. No inquest held. Simp- son was possessed of considerable prop- erty and leaves no near relatives. The Old Gun Loaded. YOUSGSTOWX, 0., June An old man named WhiUakcr went into Uriah Ualden's second-hand store Wednesday and tried to sell him -iii old army mus- ket. Halden pointed the gun towards the street to see -I it was loaded. It was, and two school boys named Thomas and Daniel Matthews, who were pas- sing, received a charge of shot in their legs. Tho wounds are very painful, but not necessarily dangerous, lialden and Wbittaker gavo themselves up. Acquitted of CUYAIIOGA FAILLS, O., June 12. Will- iam Durr was arrested by order of prose- cuting attorney, charged with man- slaughter. lie was with a crowd of young fellows one evening some months since at tbe sewer pipe works, when Stewart Cook, a fourteen-year-old boy, fell through a fence to the river below, a distance of eighty feet, and was killed. At the hearing no evidence was pro- duced to sustain the charge against Durr and ho was acquitted. Preacher for Libel. NOKWALK, 0., June The libel suit of Rev. A. II. Leonard against J. H. Donaldson, A. Frayer and C. W. Hale is now in court. The parties arc all resi- dents of Ripley, this county, where Leonard was pastor of the Congrega- tional church, tie was recently deposed from the ministry on account of ques- tionable deals in horses, of which he is a great lover. The libel suit grows out of the church trouble. ormou of tace Wkat o Uk the Coatlur WASHINGTON, June Colonel J. V. Avery, private secretary to trown of Georgia, just returned Vashington, after long visit to Afc> anta. Speaking c.C the present political ituation in Georgia he said: 'armers' Alliance is a most powerful or- ganization in our State. The ratic party about oters in Georgia, and the Alliance members. This means that two- birds as many voters as there IB he Democratic party are of he Alliance That they mean to a hand in politics is settled. They will to elect a Governor, capture legislature and United States SenaUW, elect at least three Congressmen. The State convention will fce held early in August, and the degree of their success in that will bo probably deter- mine their action in the Congressional conventions which will follow later in the month. Hon. J. W. Northern, wealthy planter living near Sparta, U tbe most prominent Alliance candidate or the Governorship. He is a man ol lecided ability, but is conservative, and las conducted himself with groat digni- .y in this contest He has been a mem- ber of the Legislature, and is well and "avorably known throughout the State. A YOUNG FIEND. from Mania. CINCINNATI, June White, a young telephone operator, was bitu-n by dog last ApriL lie read of the symp- toms of hydrophobia and Tuesday morn- ing told the family thoy innst strap him to the tu'd. Half an hour lator he went into convulsions, and Tuesday night he died. The doctors say death was causcc by mania on the subject, and that there were no indications whatever of rabies. TWO CENTS. FAKMEKS IS POLITICS. Cieven-Year-Old Girl Dragged Into a and FutwUy Hut ned by a Youngor Mrother. HAZKLTON, Pa., June 12. NellM Dougherty, aged eleven years, fatally burned Tuesday by her brother. who is about a ypar younger. The chil- dren had been fishing and the boy built a fire to roast some frogs, lieconin; enraged at his sister for some trivial be dragged.her to the fire and held her over it until her clothing became ig- nited, lie thought bo could c-xtinsruisii tbe flames without seriously injuring her. but ho delayed too lonsr and all efforts to put out tbe flames failed, in her desperation the child threw herself into tho crook. Some men who passing arrived just in time to save life of the boy. whose clothing had caught fire. The little girl died a hours later. Tho boy is badly burned but will recover. Haired bv Statute ol' Lii-ilt MAKMtAr.t.Towy, la., Juno It was ascertained here Tiiesday the matter to tho county attorney that the bapk bounty claims to due manv volunteers from the. county can not be collected, being barred by the stu ate of limitations after five yean from tho time the said bounty wat authorized by tbo county board, as de- cided by the State Supreme Conrt ia 1S78 in a similar case. Tbis being truo, many ve'cranswill lose tho bounty to which they were once entitled anl county is saved an enormous expense. Murtlcrom Arrri.'ecl. Mn.i-> Ctiv, Mont., Juno tenant Miller has justarrivod here wiUs the leaders of tho Indians >vho mur- dered ranchman Robert Forguson. White Buffalo. Black Medicine and Little Eyes were bound over until June 28 to await examination. The savages resisted Major Carroll when hf :irrived at Tongue river, but when reinforce- ments camp up, with orders from Gen- eral Krisbin to take Buffalo dead or alive, they weakened and surren- dered the murderers. School Book Triint Attempts Brfberj. OI.YMPIA, Wis.. June EL Leach, of Vancouver, member of tbe of Education of this State, says that has been offered as a bribe bring about the reconsideration of the text book adopted and has laid the board the check for the monoy. It is stated that the attempted bribery was done by C. E. Ames in behalf of American Book Company, representinf tbe book trust. A June resolution fa- voring the consolidation of all the vil- lage, township, citj asd county organi- in Cook County into one central government, as tbe municipal city ol Chicago, has a commit- to- "f 1-oarl. Vt to an in rt n Ho v-n. a TH b.v X'O" K r-- Ark., did TTM-r a T) 2 r. a n "r of ari' an av. awj 'i-T i' V f T. :iC' >-m i, S "-C -a-" tli' ui" "J V ;j_ i T i 1 fit 411 8 i Ma II x, i f 't
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