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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1890, Salem, Ohio THE SALEM DAILY NEWS. ii. NO- 102. SALEM. OHIO, FRIDAY JULY 11. 1890. cf Committee's Act is eetl to Senators Discussion in Which uinromise Measure Got Harsh Criticisms. Forfr'ture Hill Cp In After Much Time Spent In IDS- os JuK n, r r on ihe ?ih.T ".nil Mr- opposed i d he e -cpei .i-.i liiat the I'm' i'I currency V: i-'iii: nr.'ti so d ii" -i-'.z o. 1 o' c ni. to t'n situl: uvl -aarvl.irJ, :i-t o! 1 T Ho dia ta.-.t iiJt-' eilect o. the vote to be K'.III.! r. s-ili w ailiipt'-on of tu.e i aioii-f.it.il to tbeprov iuTuretbsn the :ict ifir-'i'i in oi 1--TS w.is :i cold of tii" silver dollar U tn' th Senator '.in h -uJ to hi- >een in .1 HI! 'v'l'oh a tot il depart- ur t'i.' KII :ho i no.v ;ii if it hjrl b} 'ii n.i'.or from Obio r- v. i "int. i ou inigiit w.s-.iL'eo frfe b II -ni.i that .ifter listeuing t.i one Sen i Dolp'n wno found in the -rd ind to th" oJh-.-r Senatoi 1 Mitchell i who tn it frvc sun.iior from Kansas (Mr. 0 was tr.at it was a free .ind o I'lo ator fi-om Colof.idc via K.I. ict ,attstied with it. he ;hou rht he oto f r it. Taa i.ik n ,.iil t.ie conferouoe report to-vc's '.i n Ad ourned. h'.O r.nua 'o tliu time o! 1 -il.b is' --ing -p -ech.-s to prevent rtpnrt of ti-.i- Co :uput' e on Ruie; 't .is y to up the ..aL'-j a-nl bi.is. Mr, m >d" a lo'.pc Speech aboni o' Mr of M.ssi-sippi thai -o as to show that ht Wednesday, mstea.i of present ar..l Mr criticised sevcrelr the f t'jc jrenccr ,ion on the Consular and bill was a T'ie c e report on the bt'.l was submitted to Th' :io 'hen went into Cora- n-.- on th_- Land Grant For the pcnoinc -1 bill -lo rom niiii r.i ;r'i..U- w'.iich s'olen I- a .1 snr-.ro and a Pi ml n h- the >u mod. BAN': itVLL. eacno. t Broth erhood are th- scores of Thursday'! NATKiV I.t? .v Pitisburrh 3, Jfew s. Boston Cleveland !i, Phil.v w'.yn -Cincinnati 3, Brooklyn Toledo G. Athietics Louisville il. Cohiaibuj Vork'.i. TflE PiTHIANS. Offleers by the Supreme t'rise ContluurU. MILWAUKEE. July imme- diately after the opening of Thursday aiorning-'s session the members of tbe Supreme Lodge of Knights of proceeded to the election oi officars, with the following results: Supreme Chancellor, G. B. Shaw, Eau Claire, AVis.; Supreme Vico Chancellor, AV. AV. Blackwell, Ivy.: Supreme Prelate, Eli T. Wackmer. San Diego, Cal.; Supremo tho Exchequer. S. J. AVilley, AVilminsrton, Del.: Su- preme Keeper of Records and Seal, II. S. AA'hite, Nashville. Tenn.; Supreme Masto--at-Atms, O. H. Morrison, Ne- vada; Supreme Secretary of Endowment I Fund, AV. Kennedy. Cincinnati: Su- preme Inner Guard. C. Uarkwell. Cheyenr.e, AVyo.: au-vomo Outer Guard, i John Tompson. AVashingion, D. C. i The drill of tho cric< divisions of the j Knights of Pythuis uniformed rank was j continued at Cold Spring Park yeotor- day morning in tho presence of an im- mense crowd, Mancy division No. IS, of Indiana, tiie 10 enter the list and made a very cf.litablo show- ing. Austin division Nc. 11. of Amster- dam, N. Y., carno on tbe field next and their evolutions were well worthy of praise. Then caino tho Erie division, of Erie, Kan., and every command was with mechanical correctness, and as they loft the field it was be- lieved by many that they had made the best showing up to Ia tbo after- noon the following divisions gave ex- hibitions: Hastings division No. 19, Hastings, Mich.: Saginaw division, of East Saginaw, Mich.: Abbott division, Fall River, Mass.: Fort, Dearborn divis- ion No. 1, Chicago, and Yellow Cross di- vision, of Alliance, O. A grand pyro- technical display last night, closed'tho day's programme. FOUGHT IN Tttti DARK. Denperiitc Bnc Four Oc- and itoo of Or-mikon Negroes IJozon IVotile AVmiKL'xc, July patches from Bramwell, Mercer County, say thoro is yreat through- out the mining region, growing out of a terrible riot occurring on the nisrht of July 0 on the line of the Milestone branch of tbo Norfolk Western rail- road, and that further trouble may oc- cur at any lime. It s-vius th.it several hundred negroes mad.' ;in excursion over the road, and ut thirty drunk- en negroes, who broke- the car seats to fra-rments and t'.o pieces as clubs. Tbe lights were knocked out and a terrible conflict during which nine negroes wero disabled. G. Baldwin was stabbod in the left side, hit the hoad a fragment of iron and terribly olubbe.-l. Jlib wounds are serious. Detective Camr-boll was badly hurt, in the side. Detective Robertson had his right arm broken. AV. G. Uald- win shot tho ne'4TO wiio stibbed him, in the shoulder and again in the right arm. At Br.xrawell an v.-as made by citizens to arrest the negroes, winch led to a second riot and six negroes were jailed. Several negroes were beaten al- most to death. COLOKED CATHOLICS. of the- Convention Put Into a Sones of Cixnxx.vTi. July At the meeting of colored Catholics in national conven- tion yesterday, resolutions were passed recommending that night schools be es- tablished for colored children: that Catholic children be given a Catholic education: that labor organizations be aslced to admit colored men and that employers make no distinction of color: that a plan be prepared to assist in abolishing the African slave trade: that tbe be assist-d in educating col- ored orphans: that industrial leagues bo formed: that Young men form confer- ences of th'- of St. Vincent and St. Paul, and that the thanks of the congress be U-ndered to Archbishop tre- lasd for bis in b-half th-j col- ored people. Tbe convention then ad- j journod to ra'-et in Philadelphia on Jan- uary I Four In it MKMVJII-. T'-nn.. July Archbishop Ireland Pleads Religion in Schools. fos Ee Says the Instruction Giveu in tbe Public Schools Tends to Dc- strey Religious Faith. Interentlus of the In Connection With tlie ami Sutrtfstious by Many ST. PATI., Minn., July op Ireland read :i long and vigorous paper on "The State School and the Par- Union Between Thenj at the educational conven- tion Thursday morning. ''There is dis- he said, "with the State school as at present organized. Tho State school, it is said, tends to the elimination of religion from the tuinds and hearts of the youth of tbe country. This is my grievance against tho State schools of to-day. Believe me, my Prot- estant fellow-citizens, that I am abso- lutely sincere when 1 now declare that I am speaking for the weal of Protes- tantism, as well as for that of Catholic- ism. 1 am a Catholic, of course, to the tiniest fiber of ray heart, unflinching and uncompromising in my faith, but God forbid that I desire to see in Amer- ica the ground which Protestantism oc- cupies exposed to the chilling and dc- vasting blast of unbelief. Let me be your ally in stemming the swelling tide of irreligion, the death-knell of Christian life and of Christian civiliza- fatal foe of souls and of coun- try." la the afternoon thore wei-3 sessions of four of the departments in connec- tion with the convention. The depart- ment of clerncntary schools opened at three o'clock, Mrs. !u-tue A. Button, of Cleveland, presiding. "Neology in Ed- ucation" was the of the first paper, prepared by Alexander AVinchell, of Michigan. It a vigorous plea for science teaching among children. Prof. Gutte-iburg, of Pittsburgh, ably treated the subject: "Science Training in Pri- mary and Grammar Grades In a paper entitled 'Triton Schools and Mining Camps." Miss Julia Tutwiller, of Ala- bama, told of her work among those clause--.. The first of tho industrial, edu- cational and rrnrvial training depart- ment wa.-> In U1, A-.K'IV.V lUclcoff pre- siding. Tho report of the committee was taken up. It consisted of sugges- tions regard to tiis nomenclature to to bo used and the exorcises to be introduced in the oirrse of manual training. were introduced by Mr. Ordv.-j.y. of X Orleans: A'ldcr- son. of Cleveland, and tjayre, of Phila- delphia. "High School in was thn chioi topic di.un.viod in the art de- partment. wure rr-ad in rela- tion to the sabj'-ct by Rhoda Sellock, of Indian--.: S. L-'.iy, of Massachu- setts, and AValter S. Goodlough, of Ohio. The principal w is the necessity of introducing drr> wing in high schools as a valuable co general studies. President of Indiana, opened the normal school .vrrl followed by F. L. Sol'Ian. of Missouri, who road a paper en titled in Education.'' a ".T irac FEKRT. O.. Jcly Ltcghiin nail works, tbe largest in the world, sifnied the scale Tbarsday, and wlH in foil next Monday. Tbe ootlook was never better. will probably sign ia or two. Tlie of upon i 'tis 1....J7, took Of y, O.. July A. IJackaan, wholesale liquor teenclowd op by the sheriff at the in- of Henry Mcaler, brother-ia- Uw. of in front of ibe s'.iv.d. linai'.y drove them ota and their ground. Tbo row still continuing nn ilu1 out- sido. tho mob '.vt-.s again i-hirged and i the ringleaders were d ragged i-lf tUo ground And ln-ked up. Dunn- this time there was liijini aud iiistols wore drawn. After tbo arrest oi tbo rioters the meeting was Harlc's. It was one of the few serious deficits TiP.mao has sustained. DIAfllONDS AX1> MONKY To tho Amount or Hi'.TOO Scc-un-cl a CU-rk. DAXIICIIV, Conn.. July most daring jewelry robbery took pi rice Wednesday evening before dnric. Two men entered Lames' jeuelry store oa Main street, and inquired for a mono- gram, which was ordered several ago. Tho only person in the store Clarence Knox, a young ck-i-U. As hft turned to get the monogram, one of men seized him from behind .-.ml choked him almost to The tvro men then eagged him and hii limbs with ropes Then they secured jewelry and diamonds to tbe and c-70.) in and mado tbyir escape through a back After Home little time yonnir Knox succeeded in dragging himself to thft door and gave the alarm. Ir vrs after- ward learned thai, the t'lie-.-js bad se- curud a ami IK-MI in Mill Plain, a sm.ill town a few trnies distant, but no fiifther trace of --T ba found. Young K'nox is sulk-ring ao- verely from the rough handling ho re- ceived. His- throat is badly lacerated, liis face bruised and sovctal Lceth aro knocked out. Tbo robbery created the greatest excitement, and ne parties are out in all directions. Inc-reJlMc CruvlrIt-n. SAN FrtAXfi.sf-o, July papers received by steamer say incredi- ble cruelties huv been practiced OB Chinese soldiers in Formosa The men wcro mainly smokers recruited trum tlie dregs of the big cities. After the war ended most, of the soldiers given passage from Formosa, but were not supplied with food, and the result was starvation and disoaso. Many of tho bick were crowded into coffins and buried alive. A European witnessed one case whore the victim struggled to prevent tho collin lid being nailed down. .Tall Dohvory I'ruHlrutcd. ST. Louis, July 11. Lato Wednesday afternoon an ex-convict named Charles Peyton was arrested while visiting a prisoner confined in tho jail in this city. Some days ago Peyton passed a through tho bars to George Logan, con- fined under tho habitual criminal act On investigation the package was found to contain a two-ounce vial of nitro- muriatic acid. It was the intention to use the acid in eating away the iron bolts of tbo cell doors and a wholesale jail delivery was expected. Fortune SinlH-n fTpon Him. ST. Louis, July 11 -On February 27. 1885, a day familiarly known to local grain operators as Friday." JJen- jamin AV. Lewis, of this city, was hope- lessly bankrupt. To-day ho is owner of what, if preliminary are verified, will prove to bo one, of richest mines in the world, and ono which has an estimated value of for feet. Mr. Lewis writct that if the -vuin but one wee'a he will have all tho v.ealth that a mas ean desire. Clilni'io Schr-mc- CITY OK MKX J-ily Waif Yin Wan, a w pal thy San Francisco China- man, and who lias a'-s'ir-iafd with him J. Moury. an attorney of tho same city, who are now here, have just purchased acres of land on the Istbmui of and soon com piote the purchase of another large tract on which indigo, tobacco, rice, and, it is believed tea can be successfaly grown. On the tracts large Chine-so colonies will be established at once. on a Strike. TfCTTE. Mont.. July The printers on the M iner left thr-ir cases Wednesday evening- and demanded the discharge of Galley and Hali. UrJegrar.h editors, and Kioune. proof reader, because mot: wore objectionable. On being refused they went out on strike. The has been referred by -wire to Arbitrator Pond, at Indianapolis. The Miner not issued yesterday, and may be ob- liged to suspend publication two three days. Three Killed At AUBCKV. N. Y.. Jr.ly 11. arriving here in a special traia from to this city on the Lebigh railroad report that a carriage contain- ing Sre was strack one mile side of Owegoand thrceof the occupant! of the Teh icle were killed an i thj oib- badly injured. J E r 'iiH "ft1 f 54 1, t I -if Jl :W Hi ,1-i V :Wj f 1; I r H 1 15 n a m r-.w r, m ip ft '--i Ml "'jOK-H tfm J: t 'I V I- I f Il
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