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   Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1890, Salem, Ohio                               TELE DAILY NEWS. VOL. 1L NO. SALEM. JULY 3. 1890. TWO CENTS. -At ao eampaiga has M taatet ftuurH ITS PATH. at it? paired u> tte who tlw inculpation ever acatast a pohUo HetslMng with the rtoriM of our patty's stajesty c W AaamCTOK. July H Pa., July A heavy rain fern over this city at mr Wednesday morning and. kept itil ten o'clock. The delegates, the jrken and those people who generally llpw a political convention and in this city preparing for the smocratic State convention remained the hotels goasiping and working fop ioir respective candidates. When State lairman Kisner 'entered the .conven> on haU at tea o'clock the galleries ore sparry occupied mni but few dele- ifer were in their But the hall up shortly after this and by ie ball was crowded. Chairman Kisner called the conven- On to order and Secretary Head -read ie call, after which the roll of dele- itos warn called. Everything went noothly until Blair County was There was a contest in that runty and' the Pattison men were laeed OB roll One of the contest- ats, Mr. Landis, demanded to be heard id said that the names of the Pattison ion from Blair were not the delegates. was promptly called to order by the lairman and a scene of confusion en- led. Hisses and yells from the gal- iries mingled with the shouts of the mtestants while Chairman Kisner ounded with his gaveL Order was at ingth restored and the Blair men were nmph inroughoat tbt eour.trr, we latoitiflaaseand tatoctttr people of PenntyiTania for their itetWe Sad ea- thttBiastlc support of practical reforms this day upon the standard of a united, pro- Hon. Eckley B. Coxe, of Luzerne, was chairman and in his Idress said that men of all classes iroughout the country, workingmen as es business men, were trembling rer the condition of affairs at Wash- igton. He added that Republicans as ell as Democrats were concerned over: situation and predicted a substan- al sacoess f or Democracy in Pehnsyl- fthia next fall. After appointing the irious committees a recess was taken itil :tWb o'clock. After recess the cora- littee on contested Seats made- tbeir re- ort, giving Pattiaon a majoritj of the Isputed votes. There was a storm of feeling over the sport of the committee on contested sats." It had been fought fiercely in jmmittoe and brought into the conven- lonTnuchi-titterness. 'A proposition to ive each of the Blair County delegates alf a vote created intense excitement! 'he Blair delegates fought with great esperation and called the report an utrage. The chair decided the report irried, the Blair men had their war alat on add Insisted on pleading their ause after the decision of the chair had rendered. The wrangle lasted a ragtime. When the convention reassembled at wo p. m. the committee on organ iza- ion reported in favor of William F. [arrity for permanent chairman. The sport was adopted and a list of vice residents and secretaries were also greed to- Mr. Harrity was escorted to he chair and was greatly applauded. briefly thanked the convention and ailed .for the report of the committee n credentials. The report recommended hat the Blair County sitting and con- esting delegates be each given a half ote. Sereral of the Blair County peo- ile vijforously objected. The chair Inally put the report to a vote and de- lared it carried. The committee on esolntions then rejwrted the platform. THX The Democraer o'. Pennsylvaoia, bj their ref- eaenuttves in State oonveatioo assembled, rc- lewtnr their former pledges of aacaty and de- otionto the saere4 rights Of the people and the do declare: That ballot reform Is necessary aod to his end the neoensttT for triage of a convention tor the purpose of n- aoTlng the marked Dalkrl ctanse or the consti- nttonTso that laws roaj be cea-titotiooaJly en- ctea tor the of the tecrecy at the icllotaa'.thefreedoai voter, liKd as imperative nod naargMabto. tariff frfoim irder that maylx; treed from the varden ot nnneeessa J on mater he laborer relieved trom of Deeea- of We. and oMwominic oillions urtemedof the iacutxtn of rrrtBtwa tort oe production of which the spoil oC party pwrnrtus acd pabUe The attacking Senator Quay aad approving Mr. Cleveland's adminis- tration were loudly applauded, and the entire platform was enthusiastically re- ceived. The platform was unanimously adopted, and Chairman Harrity then an- nounced that nominations for Governor were in order. Judge Orvis, Centre County, nominated William E. Wallace in a short speech. William Stenger then arose to nomi- nate ex-Governor Pattison.: His very first sentence awakened the greatest outburst of enthusiasm. He said: rise to nominate Robert E. Pattison." The convention went wild. Handker- chiefs and hats were ;waved by ;the ex- cited men in the gallery.and delegates opened their umbrellas and waved them. Mr. Stenger eloquently sketched po- litical career of the ex-Governor and called upon all lovers of reform to rally to his side. A. G. Dewall, of Lehigh, nominated Robert S. Wright Dr. McCormick, of Lancaster, presented the name of Will- iam U. Hensel, and Senator Brown, of York, nominated Chauncey F. Black. Michael Ryan, of Philadelphia, seo- the nomination of ilr. Pattison in an able speech which created great enthusiasm. Arthur Thatcher, of Phil- adelphia, seconded the nomination of Mr. Wallace. Nominations for Governor then closed and Chairman Harrity ordered the call- ing of the roll. It Was known before the roll call was finished that Pattison had been nominated and there were loud cheers by the Pattison men. Chairman Harrity announced the cor- rected ballot as follows: Pattison Wallace 133; Wright 11, Hensel 13, Black 10, not voting 1. George W. McGowan, of Philadelphia, moved to make the nomination unanimous, and it was car- ried amid the greatest enthusiasm. For Lieutenant Governor, John J. Maloney, of Philadelphia, nominated Chauncey Black. Mr. Steel, of-Lebigh, nominated Robert El Wright "W; F. Golliris n.ominated Hon. Hannibal IL Sloane, of Indiana County. The roll call was ordered.' The vote was announced as: Black 191, Wright 157, Sloane 3. Black was declared the nominee. v For Secretary of Internal Affairs, Patrick of Allegheny, nominated William H. Barclay, of Pittsburgh, There were several seconds to the nomi- nation and Mr. Barclay was nominated by acclamation. A committee was ap- pointed to notify the" nominees and in the meantime a committee had (fone to bring ex-Governor Pattison before the convention. Mr. Pattison addressed the convention, exhorting them to rally around the standard established by the party in recent.years. At the conclusion of Mr. Pattison's speoch the convention adjourned. Attracted ImuMitMC Audience. WASHINGTON, July unusua crowd witnessed the closing scenes in the debate on the National Elections bill in the House yesterday. Every seat in all the galleries excepting those reserved for the President and diplo- matic corps was filled and scores of men clustered about the doorways. During the excitement toward the end, the gal frequently joined in the-applause that greeted telling points made bf those on the floor. EtedtteM Mtt, etvV- Mr.Frmk.of favor 04 the blll'sp >lar aatu aoopi but he ItM tsr to obtain Federal- control of amendment Mr Bowell, of Illinois, offered drcttiv within one moBtk after ttft thU act. to open: a special term   BAT. S. Y.. July Bain fell yesterday aad the track i very heavy. Tae Kealfatatioe waki fer aiie aad far the of the day. Tie Stake in worth ebwiit Mr Hfinrf'U of South. Carolina. se> Section of them fCered an -to insert of theKe- i of the United Be ez- Jilned that that section of the bill I he tuperrtoor. to the anny andjawy at the oils and the or amendnMMl was to m had any such effect Mr. Ottthwaite, of Ohio, maintained Jfcaat Mr HemphUl had: properly construed tfcssecthm. Ie was in favor of President-eawflsing such authority, but objected to ita by some hireling Republican politician. Mr McKliiey wild the amendment weald take from the President all the ppwfsiiMtJsaa to in- orce processes. Speaking in to its cost he the be in proportion to ts necessity. If thebjll ware not repaired to MS pat in operation in utty district its oatt e nothing. Mr McMulin, of Tennessee, criticised Mr. McKinley's silence ttatfl this hour, Mn the debate.' The Republicans m'ffht madmen, trrasp the ptllnw oT the Constitution and. pull own the edifice; but like Samson they would perish in the wreck. 5 Mr. Perkins, of Kansas, made aa eloquent appeal in favor of the bill. Mr. La Fonette, 6: Wisconsin, tbat the people ot the North been iratlou with the people of the South and couifl it no longer. Two o'clock having arrived, the Speaker de- clared the previous questio-j ordered on toe bill and amendments. Springer mo red to lay he bill oh the.-table. 148, nays .15ft. The wus then taken on Mr. HemphtlTs amendment relative to the use of troops at the' iblls and it was Wo, Mr. Springer changed Sis rote f om to the negative tionof the. vote. Mr. Rowell moved .the motion oh the table and it was nays 148. Mr. Ottthwaite >in adjournment, waiuh motion th-iSpeaUer'.ruled 6iit as dilatory. -Mr.. jprinper demanded tlie realin? of the en rrossed bill, but the Speaker was prepared for ,uis demand, the bill harinr been engrossed in advance, and a burst of applause catne from the Republican side when, the clerk the read-, ing After several hours spent ;n filibustering the House passed the to ad lourned. Plumb, from the Commit- tee on Public Lands, .reported a bill to provide for the delivery of land patents to their right- fal owners. The bill was passed. Mr. Hincock called up his resolution to reconsider the vote by wnich the Senate on Tuesday refused to cede from Ita: amendments to the Legislative Appropriation bill. The motion, to reconsider was agreed to. and after some discussion the Senate receded from ita amendment regarding Senators' clerks and their compensation and the bill WM passed aod now goes to tae President for bis signature. Mr. Cockrell offered a .resolution, which was agreed to. calling1 on The Secretary of the In- terior tor information to the number of pen- sioners borne on the list at each pension agency on June 1, and toe amount for clerk hire at each agency. The Senats the a proceeded to the consideration of the two Senate Mill reported from the Committee on Commerce to place the American merchaat marlae engaged in foreign trade noon an 'quality with that of other na- tions, and to provide for ocean mail service be tween the United States aad foreign ports and to promote commerce- Mr. FTye spoke at to both blua, explaining the first a bounty on tonnage for all ft was the bin amed vpoa toy Hie Sbtppthc Leane Association of the TJahed States aad had been very largely indorsed. Mr. FryesaM that the ConuelMioaer or Navigation ectlatafed The otter bill was a portal mbstdybttt. aadavtkor- iced tke Pocuoawer to make eoatracts with the Wdder for tfce carrying of United Stales on vemda. Mr. Vest made a toog tpoeca afatawt the btUa. aTMr which ike Oeaeral nWle's speech was la- by yells aa4 eries of and "Let the BUB "Toe "Kaa bin oat. ffbea Captain Till tally five aUactoa before he OM.lt so great vas applaase oa oaa daa aad the blaming on the other. After a short time he said some- thing that again put the crowd to yell- ing aad all efforts to alienee them were ia Some one toM him to sit down. Thai pr odnoed the wildest excitement. A score ot Tillman's rashet M the stand and TUlmaa trom the seat Into which he had .dropped and sarried him to the edge ot the platform. They swore he should speak. At this point the attention of the audience was oaUed to the fact that twenty ot Till- man's ftu pporters on the stand had their hands on their pistols. At this an- nouncement there was the-greatest con- fusion. The ladies fled from the meet- Ing and an eye-witness reports a dred pistols in sight at the same mo- ment. A terrible riot was momentarily expected and a single shot or blow would have brought it on. The tension was very great until the end ot the meeting. ______________-_ ACCIDENTS. Two CUlMUM of an Indiana town TmtmUy at a Old lady BKeltennat. INDIANAPOLIS, July fire at the hamlet of Middietown night proved very disastrous, aside from the property damaged, -which amounted to about The whole turned out to fight it, and "Orandma" Misahart, an aged lady, dropped dead from excite- ment. It proved contagious and Cap- tain C. C. Sheridan iell in a cateleptio fit, which came near proving fatal. Then Clint Mowrey rushed into his burning meat store to recover his books and cash. The door closed behind him and lie jumped out through a window. He was so badly burned, however, while imprisoned, that recovery is impossible. To end the list of casualties Daniel Bickle was knockel down and fatally trampled upon by a horse which his son, who was alarming the town, rode through the town at breakneck speed. Olf and ORLEANS, July ware- houses owned by the Standard Oil Com- pany, occupying considerable space in the rear of the ciU. wore burned Tues- day. A number of containing in all barrels were burned A large supply of turpentine and ream barrels were also destroyed. A building and a stable owned by the company, the build- ings occupied by Messrs. Simpson Vizard, containing empty barrels and 900 barrels of resin and the ware- house of the Armbuster Oil Company, containing about worth of oU, also feU a prey to the flames. Total loss, Hoary Penalties for Ofltabtl Mliteondnct. OTTAWA, Ont, July bill passed last session to punish govern- ment officials for disclosing government secrets has been officially proclaimed. It provides that any such person who, for the purpose of obtaining informa- tion enters any fort, dockyard, etc., :ia Canada, or unlawfully obtains any In- formation to which he is not entitled, be punished as the government may decide, but for divulging such in- formation to h foreign nation he shall be punished by imprisonment tor life. NEW Tonx, July long pend- ing mit ot the Union laenraaoe Coat- pany, ot Philadelphia, agaiawt the Con- tinental Insurance Company, of New York, ressltod yesterday in a verdict ter the plaintiff. The cnee grew evt of fraudulent ef acent Loren- ao DiavKick, ot Buffalo, ia part of marine upon the Dintamick died in Caa- ada. wirither he fled in bail an appeal tmn a. to ive >mvriftm mrml. involvW U atovt A Battle. SAVAXXAH, Ga., July 3.-Constable Starling. Justice of the Peace Charles Cowart, aad Tom McKeithen (the latter colored) went on Tuesday to the house of a desperate negro, Jim near Millwood, to terve a warrant of arrest tor the theft ot a rif.e froea McKeithen. Wadtey fired upon the party, killing Mr. Starling and wotftdinf Cowart, probaUy fatally. McKeithen fired both of his shotgun into Wadley, aad abot him with Mr. Cowan's rifle. Wadley ia dying. ________ QMMOCTOH, O, July Oneaty had a cloud-burst between sis oWock Tuesday evening, eaoslng daauffe to the amount ot nan- Areas ot thonsands of dollars. The Pan- Handle railroad ia washed east and west .ot Coshoetba. Railroad brtdcet and culverts are gone on the Cosboctoa A Southern railroad. Pan-Handle pas- senger train No. IS reached here at o'clock la the evening aad Is still side- tracked. The passenger train on the, Oosbooton Southern, due Tuesday night, is on a side-track ten miles trom Coshoo- ton, and ao trains have gone over the road for the past thirty hours. The Ohio canal is broken in many places, the rushing waters being swift enough to wash out both canal banks. Crops, houses, cattle, sheep, etc., were drowned in the lowlands and bridges away by the dotens. The Morgan Run Coal Company lost fifteen hundred feet of railroad toack.______ COST. IB CHvcland by tho Storm Away. CLKVKLAND, July damage by the terrific storm of.-Tuesday afternoon in this city will aggregate When the temporary dam which WM built to save, if possible, the Petrie street bridge, broke, the waters rushed on in a mighty torrent and swept every thing before them. The brickyard ot William Binbam is located Just below the bridge, near the Connotton railway track. The water rushed over this yard and destroyed a kiln containing brick which had just been put up. It also left the yard in a ruinous condition. Mr. Binman places his loss at Another brickyard a little nearer the bridge, owned by three young men, was completely ruined. Much damage was done In other sections of the city. Grocery Cierk Killed by LIMA, a, July night Ed- ward Deubler, a clerk in a grocery, while cleaning the pavement, prepara- tory to closing up, leaned against aa electric light post, which was bound with wire, to rest Immediately on touching the post he gave a scream and fell back and When assistance reached him he was dead. It seems that a guy wire, joined with the post, was charged and communicated the electricity to the wire about the post. COLUMBUS, O., July Board of Penitentiary Managua has paroled the following prisoners: Alon-zo Flowers, of Franklin County, serving a two-year sentence for manslaughter; Chris Brice, received in March, 1889, for two years tor burglary and grand larceny; Will- iam Dennis, Meigs County, received in 1883 on.a ten-year sentence for man- slaughter. A of applications were rejected; A national Sulphur Company. CIWCUWATI, July National Sulphur Company, which will prepare for tho market sulphur, petrolelim, salt, iron, copper and gypsum, has just been incorporated in Covington, Ky., with a capital of The inootporators are Cornelius Beard. Charles M. Bruge, William Van Sloocin, Frank M. Judge O'Hara and E. K. Wilcox, of Cleveland, who organized the company. captala Still CI-EVKLATTO, July Smith has not yet found any trace of Captain Bab- cock, the master ot the schooner Colonel Cook, who disappeared Friday with the vessel's papers aad fMO, and is becom- ing alarmed. It is now thought that Babeock did not run away for the pur- pose of causing the Smiths trouble, and it is feared that be fell off the schooner or the docks where the vessel loaded. I ft. 0. Jaly yeaterday at aaeh aaatajwaa to eaase tear that there will be aaaV troeble Arm, a Cheyeaae e aaued Iron Monaatn aaoa a eaaffa yet nalearaed. Whea he take the latter a fight ensued wUea vaa participated In by Irea Meeaaata. she belaboring Bad Arm while her b-ave held kam. ly the policeman freed hlmaelf aad wm- ittg on the squaw pounded her over the head with his revolver until ahedropaad- la a dying condition, Other aad whites' arrived and prevented a general scrap between sym- pathisers and of tise enta, bat the latter are almost ready to go on the war path against each other. The at Fort Pierre will be asket to prevent trouble between the Indiana U any THE DUNBAtt DISASTEtt. Work July The work smothering or putting out the in the Hill Farm mine has commenced.-- mine can not be flooded and an effort being made to smother the B is thought that there is only one way ia which the property will be of any and that is to shut the burning portion in by of brick? By oonfln- ing it in this manner part of the vela which has never been reached, will be within reach. The coroner's the bodies of the two men brought of the- slope will tegia Monday. Itwitt be one of the most important ever belt In the district. It will be the aim of the eoronerto test the entire work doaa from the first t What most needed here aow re- lief for the twenty-one widows and enty-eeven orphans of the ot the explosion. Money needed badly, M there is1 much suffering. BASE BALL. UttMt Kventa A beading tbfl Following are the 'scores of Wednes- day's contests: UAtlOJTAT, LEAOCK. Cleveiahd-JBosura S, Cleveland elevoa innings. Second Cleveland aieven At -Philailelphia 7, Chicago At Sew York 9, burgh IS. At 1 AMEBtCAlT AMOC1ATIOH. At Columbus At Brooklyn S. At St. Louis 8, Roches ter I I'LAYTtKS' LT.AOUBr At Philadelphia 8, Chioage 10. At Cleveland -Jfow York 7, Cleveland 9 At Brooklyn Buffalo At Boston 4, rittaburgbtT An Outleofc LOKDON, July Order has been re- stored at Leeds, but the contending parties are as firm M ever and the pros- pect of a speedy settlement of the strike is not promising. A committee from the gas company held a conference- with the strikers yesterday in an en- deavor to arrive at an agreement under the men should return to work, but owing to the obstinate adherence of the one party to the- determination not to yield and the refusal of the other to modify their demaada no elusion WM reached. -Ia the Sa- Jaly X EUrht auadret ear aad dining car raa- afaaf into Chicago threaten to strike aaaa they a raits to per awata. They aow get fJi. The tip- K. uy. the decline aad to aak tar aa iar UK taia acowtat. July striking car- praters agreed to rutum to work lor those bosses willing to give tea pay for work after July 15. Of the men who are aaenptoyed aboat LOOO will be able ts work, aad for the beteflt ot tbs reawlaing 500 aa assessnieni o! a dollai a week will be levied oa eacb ot the at work. a. July city and of Wayae Oownty aal from aa heavy rain airht. caas- toervpa. TW ta Avate creek ST. PAUI, Minn., July preme Court a decision down IveMay in the case of Ida of Indianapolis, against photagraaaar Rogg. Rugg sold a copy of Mrs. Moore'e picture which WM put oa exhiWtioa ia improper places, much to the disendit of the lady, aad she brought soit fee damage. The Supreme Coort that it to a in which there good groat tor reoovery of tbat the tographer bM ao right to dispose at pictures which are the sole prvperty of the aitter- ___________.. LIMA, O., July aaa Fraak the termer aneed a atotol aad the with a Fleaert rate. Ur the etaar aajM. The hall entered Tovaaaads rifat eac.   

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