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   Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1890, Salem, Ohio                               H. NO. 143. SALEM; OHIO, WEDNESDAY TWO CENTS. Majority AUDekta ta of TVOS BYA 5BCK. Of AfUr cUwt tlM Sea. tbe silver and an overwhelming ate BOOM bill coo- >lt Bar, N. T. a navigable a the House bill ir.tixe erection o! an apprais- few York. bill was taken up and Mr. protested tion m ;de on tte floor of the living in the silver pro- sordid unpatriotic opla- seemed (particularly in the ten on diiys when politics mmercial value alone. The s, who depended chiefly on iheir mines, were asked at and by the tariS formulated they asked that silver d they were called sordid and Icized the r 1'rlendly attitude ation on iiie silver, question >n Mr. Harrison was nomi- raa senrebed in vain for any ir saying. The Republican it had secured the success of Ir awakening had been rather 1 the opinion that If Pres- i had been announced on, a State west 01 the nld hare given him a Bepub- i open foe to be preferred Mr. Wbtoott aaid he thought infinitely preferable to the t by Secretary Wlndom. He rears limitation recommended Finance Committee. >eech was'-loudly applauded. the Senate voted on the rtedbjthe Finance Commit- on to strike out Un provision ssiry notes issued for the pur-, tender was t to strike out the bullfon re- ras agreed tOr-W to 7. the nays Frye, Hale. Hteoock, Hoar, aan. The proposition to strl .e r free coinage when the price rCTUi pure silver was The amendment to limit the as to M. the yeas Edmunds, Morrul d an amendment to limit the r coined to a month. mined the following amend- ,ute for the tart section of the ter some debate it was adopted I after the date.0f the passage lilt 61 .value in tne United le dollar, and the same may be rains oJ standard silver, or of ntlnrrt said coins loi- all acbts. public or pri- '.ter tiuy of silver or gold islt sam'; st any mint of es toV1. tormedinto standard lor ticneflt and without all bsliwful to refuse any dc- ie tfiat -UOO. or acy bullion so suitable for ihe operation of of thi'sdbstState oJered or three ot the sec-tions in the ir rlenoTalar.tloDS of Mr E.imiiTids occasion for ihe pending id lie v.'illia.; to deliver the the finances of tne country to party tor the Vine being. Dur- bat9 wn'ch followed. Mr. Ed- l the. tyemocraUc party, which v witaout responflbliity. is ea- kd Uie Beoub astray as i appalls to ctsiiud uuhippiest soliutudes >rthe Patted Swtes, they had the Oeniocrat-ic House of Kep- ree cotoige bilL He spoke of hrare enough to UU his Dem- "that that sortot delusion r'ed in to said further that during the Cleveland dministratlon. the tT (for a woniler.) had rem-.-ined temcat dea'.ed by Mr. Kea- ?t and was made to tlie tioa silver speech made in the ire Mr. Beck at the beginning of 3ke of Mr. EOmunls" ?psooh as jeremiad wliicli the Senate had in the silver coinage vere TOM. June seventh f handicap has been run. Sal- >-itoc is the winner.. Cassias a aeok behind him, aad _ aad a half sway was little Tenny. the day was cloudy, but pleasant aad the Coaey Island Jockey Club grounds were jammed with humanity M they were never jammed before. It is hard to give aeorrect estimate of the number, but many conservative men say there were persons at the track. The start- ers, weights, jockeys and betting as follows: Salvator 127, Murphy, 8 to S; Cassius 107, Tarsi, 10 to 1; Tenny 127, Garrison. 8 W> to 1; Firenzi Ray. 10 to 1; Rawland 123, Hamilton. 4 to 1: Prince .Royal 123, An- derson, 25 to 1; 125, Bergen, 15 to 1; Montague, 104, Martin, 40 to 1. It was when the bugle called the horses to the post. Cassius was the first to appear, with Salvator next and the others struggled in from all quarters. After two breaks the flag: was dropped. Cassius was in front, with Fireiui sec- ond .and the others in a close bunch. Going around the first turn Cassius still had the lead by a length, with Long- street Second, Strideaway third. Fironzi fourth and the doss up. Entering the back stretch had a lead of two lengths. Longtreet -was second and Salvator half a length behind him. Go- ing down the back stretch Cassius had increased the lead lead lengths, with Long-street, Salvator, Prince Royal and Tenny in the order named. Entering the stretch was three lengths in front, with Salvator second, a neck in front of Strideaway, followed by Longstreet, Tenny, Raceland and the others close up. Inch by inch Sal- vator crawled up on the leading Cas- slus. In the last furlong all were whip- ping and working desperately. Cassius held the lead until close to the wire, when in the last jump Salvator got his head in front and was declared the win- ner by a neck. Tanny was a length and a half away, with Strideaway four lengths behind. Tbon followed Race- land, Firenxi, Priuiia Royal, Montague and Longstreet. -The time, 4-5, beats the previous record. to IMm the Fire From Locrth Kot Yet BUAMK AHD tar otiMn, mtaj C MeSlteM iM the ekWf of RepresenUtivt -or many Mouth. DCXBAB. Pa., June InSpec-'- tors Blick. of Pittsburgh district and Evans, of Johnstown, arrived here .early.' Tuesday-morning. They went direct to the scene of the horror, where they were joined by Jnspnctor Keighley, of this district The three, accompanied by several mine superintendents, fire bosses and a number of experienced asiners rom various parts of the region, went Eclioes From the l-.ft'.lE.-i Of t s of T-ci'.d'.as wits adopt id and sd an amendment declaring the es to by nseJ a Jcgal tender. Mr. meat was opncsed by Senators and defended by Sena- ID.nleL 5d at the suswttor: of Mr. Ens- le words -iand all silver certln- and os modified it was 134, .hea repored to the Senate, and wntt agwed to in Committee of agreed to-yeas moved to insert the following gold or sUt-cr bullion (hall thefreMury Department such be shown to be the it within the Uni ed ed to lav tb-j rieadment yems nftys tv bill as hen Hi, bUi taken np and made the attd tht adjovrned. House went into Committee of OK Sundry ClrU Appropriation blttee tttvt adopxtnf an ameod- btuucMLeOOfor M rrllet (X. Y. arS'Mat arosi re- and rt was h-n wool lato Committee of the In-Ilan ApTroTrtat'.tvn MIL Mr. Following are the scores of yester- day's contacts: NATIONAL LEAGUE. At York 4, Boston 2. York 3, Boston 4. At 0, Cincinnati 3. At 4, Brook- lyn 6. At g-aine on account of non-arrival of Cleveland club. AJCKKICAN ASSOCIATION. At Athlet- ics 5. At 3, Syracuse t, At Louis 8, Toledo 10. At 4, Columbus a. PLATERS' LEAGUE. At no, Bos- ton 12. 4, Boston 22. At New 7, New YorK innings. At Buffalo 8, Pittsburgh At 4. A Desperate Slasfflnc Match. YOKK, June McBride, of Philadelphia, and Jimmy Lynch, of this city, met in a skin-tight glove fight to a finish Tuesday at Oak Point, on Long Island Sound. One of the most desperate contests seen in tho ring in this vicinity for many a year was wit- nessed. The men battled for s Sl.OOO and an added purse of S500. Mc- Bride was handicapped with a sprained arm. In the eighteenth and last round, after a terriffc Lynch swung his right on McBride's jaw. sending the lat- ter through the ropes into the crowd and before he conld'rfse he was counted out.___________ nto the Mahocing mines witti a view to utting through to the scene of the.ex- plosion. Every man was carefully ei- imined by the official inspectors ;hey we're allowod to join the party. No one who had touched intoxicants the night before was allowed to enter the mine. No married men were and all wont prepared to meet death.' It is a desperate case and desperate methods are being employed to get at the entombed miners in the quickest possible way. The best talent and skill of the entire region is now the efforts at rescue, and together are man- aging to the minutest detail the work of penetrating the burning pit from the neatest poist is the Mahoning mines, and arranging to drive the fire from its present seat by a huge fate now being erected at the mouth of the Ferguson; works. This work has been untiring and the fan is yet unfinished. men in the Mahoning works sev- enty-five feet from what is considered the shortest way into the ill-fated mine. The inspectors have no hope of finding the unfortunates alive. A feeling of horror possesses the peo- ple here and interest is now centered ai the mouth of the Mahoning mines. The relatives and friends of the entombed miners seem to grow more anxious every hour during1 the and night and with their increased burdens came abandonment of hope and a more des- perate grief. Thnre is no sleep and no rest for thaui. Tb-iy seem botsad Do the pit's mouth by some invisible power, and in their misery they subduod and mute in their horror and in constant harmony with their pitiable surroundings. will rstnaia there the ilill farm mine gives up its untimely dead; Coionor Hobart, of this county, em- panelled a jury and exarniTindthe bodies of Daniel Shievan and David Hayes, the two victims ta'cea out Moaday, and will return bore to-day. CutTXLAra, of the switch; decided by an maintain the their v; 'prevail......1 together the lines, about six the outset all employed as swi yards were yardmen from places left the They expressed been'badly tres" men who 'were' werelnsympa When the affected were Plate, Big Fo (with ill grace. Ives as having faey were switch- here and whc i Ate striken, i started the roadt Shore, Nickel Brie, 'Cleveland A By agreeaievt between Germany Baflnd te refwrd to Ger- mmmy and Tito to En- and Sagiand eedes Heligoland to Oemutrnj. The on Post-offloea either place. Tb (X. Jute Quite a hsi created In the last tew over the way are beinir tun AtdM county infirmary awi chiiilEoa't owing to the clope-SAtedness of the firtnary who hamper the porintendemt and in snch a IFMK n'er that they are almost ..powerless any thing for the com fprtoi the has authorised a favor- ahle report on bill to limit the hours of of clerks and employes in first. Mtooai and third claw post-officea. It expected that Andrew Carnegie Pittsburgh and IWley. No thought WM paid to the Csatom A South- em railroad Tseaday when the whc said paid in the day hrakemes for were visited by a committee Jnnl invited to Jol" the strike.' TheSnen there decided it would be wise to accept the invitation sad sre now otitl The situation lathe railway yards was unchanged Tuesday. The everywhere were filled vrtthcars and scarcely an engine oovld be seen movinn anywhere. NEW YoisK, June 18. big strike of cloak tailors, flnlShera, cut- presscrs and operators, is on. Near- ly anft' women went on strike Tuesday morning snd the cloak manu- facturing trade is prictically at a stand- still. It was predicted Monday that un- less a satissfactOTy settlement could be reached between the locked out closk cutters and the manufacturers the work- men in the other departments would quit work. Monday night they notified their employers that they -would not re- turn to work .until the difficulty with the cutters had hcea adjusted. The strikerVhave concluded to have nothing to do with the State Board "of Arbitra- tion; ,_are Vstrong of aliveral csp-.-nditBre 'or tbe idtm jwth. Oa point of order of liliaoiA. ibe apTTOpfiatton of the Cfeewfcee IndiMtf ?be ex- rwnoral v> Vxe ttt-'.iaa Terrlvify nrt. Pmdlnc farther tome id 'At BU of Hydropfcobte. HL, June more victims of rtbid dogs have appeared at Denver this county, and had the Orton arfstoie applied. One of the -rictims is William Miller, ot Babylon. bitten bj a rabid dog onlj a few days am. Already some of the symptoaw of rdrophobiah.dsetin. The stone ad- to off qaaatity of t Keverlv orked well ta drawing ROASTai> IJi Three Men Mort.itHy Injured by Ex- plonlo.i of a Turk in Factory. BALTIMORE, June men, employes in a soap facsory, were fatally burned Tuesday aitornoon by the burst- ing of a large tank of boiling fat, which literally dreachod the unfortu- nate men. 'Their deaths are momenta- rily expected. The accident occurred at Barry, Cur- tis Co.'s factory at No. 004 Van Buren street The three men were engaged in boiling fat in one of the immense tanks when suddenly the tank bu-rst and the grease descended, knocking down and covering tbe victims with tha boiling fluid. They soon staggered to the street and were conveyed to a hospital, their scalded and wyitbing bodies being al- most unrecognizable. It is supposed a cover of the tank was pressed down too hard, causing the hot air thus confined to ejrpand and thereby bursting the tank._______________ Anthracite Coal HUalmg Stotlntlcii. WILKKSBARKE, Pa., June Inspector Williams has just completed a table of the operations of tbe anthra- cite coal mines for the last twenty years. During that time there were tons of coal mined. The smallest out- put was in 1871. when tons were mrhed. and the largest in 1833, when S.GM.493 tons were taken from the earth. There were 1.804 men killed in the many disasters during the twenty years._______________ out any outside interferaace. BOSTON. .Tune ened strike of the laborers of Boston, Cambridge and Somerville is on and involves about men of the three cities, with a prospect of that num- ber being increased by the and others of the bnilding trades. Growth of the Rational Union. WASHISOTOX, June Senate of the National Union, the supreme body of the patriotic, social and 'benevolent order of that name, began its ninth an- nual meeting here yesterday. The president of the Senate, Frtak N. Gage, of Chicago, opened the proceedings with an address in which he said the progress of .the order in the past year had been very encouraging, tho State of Missouri having been added to thows represented at tbe last annual meeting. The num- ber of subordinate councils has increased one-third and the nnmber of members over twenty-five per cent will induce Mrs. Mary SUenley to give to Pittsburgh a twenty-acre site for the free library which Mr. Carne- gie proposes to build for that city. The reduction of the rates of fare on thu state railways of Austria has had the effect to increase the number of pas- sengers threefold and the facilities of the various lines sre greatly overtaxed. The Fuller Jk Warren Stove Company, of Milwaukee, has filed articles ?f in- corporation with s capital of and will ;rlve employment to about men. The company also has a large plant at Troy, N. Y. The committee for the liberation of the Russian people has issued a mani- festo announcing its intentions. Many arrests in connection with the manifesto have been made in St. Petersburg, Mos- cow, Wllna sad Odessa. After the departure of the Anderson- Bsvarro wedding party the church at London in which the ceremony took place was mobbed snd in a few minutes completely denuded of its floral decora- tions, which Vere carried off M memen- tos of the occasion. In tho anti-slavery conference at Brus- sels the American and Dutch delegates are persistent in their opposition to the import duties proposed for the Congo Jfrtate. The delegates from ,the.'United. States announce that the consent of that, oountry will depend upon_arrangements. wWch go beyond tho scope of tho cohi The probability of a police strike la Condon increases and the authorities at Scotland yard are quietly organizing a reserve force. Hundreds of recruits have already been sworn in and-are re- ceiving degree of instructions in tho duties of a policeman 'that'will''enable them to make a creditable showing in the event of a revolt of the old men. Dispatches from Alexandria say a movement is on foot to export Egyptian cotton to Tilassachusetts. An; agent of the promoters of the scheme is already on his way to perfect the details of the plait. The -movement is based on the idea that the costliness of transportation in America will Enable Egypt to send cotton to the New England centers of consumption at a proftt visited these i tcrs in a state that shoiTld not be found lit any inst-UuwoTi. home are nearly starved fro-.u the lowing daily bill of. fare: for breakfast: two potatoes, a peoeoi dry bread and a cap of water for dinner; brtad and water for supper. Not. asing-le kniie or fork to ho found on the table, the little ones compelled to eat with their flnarers. Oo-' 'casionally salt pork tratnr would: would hardly' eat is served to the chil- dren of the home and the inr.'.aies infirmary. Such luxuries as fish, butter, tea or coffee are unknown, al- though there is plenty Of money treasury of the county for the support of these unfortunates. to the CLEVKLAKD, June first rest in Cleveland and vicinity on ths complaint of a census cnumetator1 'was made on Tuesday in Brooklyn. A Dep- uty United States Marshal brought is Harry Spillburgh on a warrant out by Qeorge C. Abbey, who bad collecting statistics in Brooklyn such .as Uncle Sam wants for bis preM "book. Spillburgh is charged with refusing- terly to answer the required" by law. Hts examination be con- ducted to-day by Tjnited 8taxs Commis- sioner Williams. He gave l-utl. b.r Train. O., June Rev. J. 81 Jenkins, pastor of the Presby ts- rlan church of .lackson, p., inet with a fatal accident in; the of th? Balti- more Ohio Southwestern at this placcMoTKiay, in crossiuj tro7n the track of the. Portsmouth division to that of the main line. As he did so he was struck" by eastbbuna train No. 6 and hurled several feet, kilting him InstsTitly. He was about fifty years of age and loaves a family. TEE M AEKETS. Flour. Greln and NSW YORK, June JT.-MOXSY-Closed at 4 per cent., ttie lowest rote of ite day. Tbe hlgh- M Me.. Jnae Turner, wiiolart January attempted suicide by shooting while reitardiag bis ac- citj yerterday. His woccd had but he died from brain trouble sni rtarnrtSoa. He had to aad for past two took an occasional that he was a as examination Price SACBAJTEWTO. Cal.. June In a let- ter to Attorney General Johnson, Gov- ernor Waterman calls attention to the frequent recurrence of prize fights with- in the State limits. He declares that the State has been disgraced by organi- sations given up to degrading exhibi- tions of brute tome in alleged scientific contests and which are nothing- more or less than prize fights. The exhibitions, he says, should be no longer permitted snd requests the Attorney General to take such measures as will prevent say more of those debasing exhibitions. KEcbange closed steady. Posted rates actual rates 'or sixty days and for demand. closed stealy. Currency to at 113; 4s. coupon. 4Vis do at 106 DM. JBSE made at I4.fl0a-i.l0, Minnesota pateat at 85.soa5.75, Minnesota iprin? "5. WHSAT-NO. S red at aac. No. 3 red at 88c. mixed at So. 8 red atSSc. S mixed at 3J6, at 34e, No. 1 mixed at SSc. creamery at isc, dairy at IM. York at llo. Ohio at lOc. fresh at I4c. at tOQOSc per Ctty toperQoe at 9S.tWft.n, tee at extrm tn. No. 2 red winter at ttfts- Jmly at do August at 01 Sc. i. x muted at 41 He. do July at 41X0, MCCOSXELSVU.T.H, June Benja- miti Conger, a farmer residing in Man- chester tovmsbip. this county, was lodged in jail here Tuesday. Confer and hie wife bad quarreled, and Confer secured a rifle and pointed it at her for the purpose of a scare. It accidentally discharged itself, the ball striking her in the breast, penetrati. g her body and s two board back of her. Mrs. Con- ger is very low. Crushed M Death. June Jacob Launer, a laborer in the Morgan Engineering Works, was crushed to death Monday night He was caufcbt between a heavy casting on a moving planer and the wall and was squeezedflat through the breast. He lived thirty minutes. No blame at- taches to any one but himself. Ha leaves a family. He had an insurance policy on his lite for A Fnak at O., June A ble child was born dead. Monday night, to Mrs. John Clark, who is visiting her mother, Mrs. Geogban. here. It had two perfect heads, two four arms, lour legs, two male organittttoM sad one body, extending from the left shoul- der to the hips. Mrs. Clark is twenty- nine years old and has two perfect chil- dren. _ TWr Wwrt UCCBM BAJOOU. Me.. June Tbe dissatis- faction among Democrats owing to the refusal of the convention to adopt s license plank ia its platform has eul- miaated in a movement to call a State eoavrattoa sad nominate s caadidate for Governor. A call is being circu- lated all who that tbe present prohibitory law is s failure aad abovld he superoeded by local option to aevt ia this dty Jaly is. A number of Bepublicaas aad DemocraVi arc ia tke OMweaoeai far license campaign. No. t otUed at do Jane at BHe. at July attO.14. at W.W. Brrrrsn-Flrm and JaJriy active. goo J to pr.rae, at7c. Western fresh at He. CatCACO. Jane JOTC at -JolJ at at SJic. July Antrmt at 25Uc. POKK- July at 03. Asfcst M at SYSTH. AwraA at RHKl-Jnty at tYWH. _Aaguiit at r> Uft. Jnae Active. of at STc. JnlT at 
                            

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