Salem Daily News, July 12, 1890

Salem Daily News

July 12, 1890

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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1890, Salem, Ohio THE SALEM DAILY NEWS. VOL. II. NO. 103. SALEM. OHIO, SATURDAY JULY 12. 1890. TWO CENTS. on tlic Subsidy Bills in tin; Senate. uference on the Silver Fill l'i> in the House fl Jt i- O.'Vote Shall sken After Four Hours' U.-tmte To-rtBT. July r.'.-SK.v Teller ve-i -ri'.av a res- :.r :u: iiiviMt'.on tube ex- n: o; u'.'.r I' States to l coun- a o-mivir. r.it'.o lio- ana silv T lorthc iiii'-r: iitionsil use '.-i-.v Th r .-Minion was re T.h-.' -x. r- '1'he Ship- a-.i1. Mr ad the -.uit in :-VL ro'. iinuli C'O-'i' r Co puS'.-d sub postal imiiort.iiu-c of e- triiin-hip.T lo truitu '.vi'.h a Government aaJ uf rufo'-nuiiK the ;rom s ..i luu'.jr rat--s of d-.i'H'S. Hut (itti'.ni: destructive to iti.iu an alterant lo tax pro'uier-- of In ipiv tor lers. j ai -.1 -om.- of tli reasons why he .isvii lac t> i" ir. aid of th itani iri-.o. Tiu.t prrr.osi'.iou. he m-.T.i.-' d ;u 'in' Mjrfao- an.': no' at the root 'i'hu IMU-U vlrcii from 1S35 th carrying truleof the m--r li mi marine to per p; o: d t-xp irt.- to per war .1 sur'uue or a casual ciu.se. firit u'rfiit if jJiat: c-iu-e of the decadence Seen the siiiwt.tuiiun of iron and steel is for w.iii Ic i ships To Hi at or u'lnal cnuse been 1 ilie alien that forbade rrican citue'is ftvir. buying built is ami the i.irifl 1- irisla'i.m thai -ended 1 iu; liie Uiili-il Sta: irrt ui ini'-rniiti'iaii1. r. Ve-no'Tircilai ii to Park- hv evr-rr opor- are REVIEW OF TRADE. Toiuine ot Than In Any Previous VUKK, July G. Dun as ten fire en- gines have pj'in-d tons of warer into tho big hole, a'lmv tho spot where they were at at tin- lime of the explo- sion. it will bo at least another day before tho water can In- ptimpi-d from the hold and the bodies recovered. There is good reason to believe that the explosion was caused by gas .j-oiiunilerl from oil barrels which were stored near the fan tail. A DEKP LAID PLOT. The Successful Pytliians Their Reward. Hastings Division, of Michigan, Car- ries Off the First Honors To- gether With Sl.OOO. Tniinmrti's Strike Bmtcil. Lorisvtt.t.F.. Ky.. July Louis- ville X- nilroad strike inau- gurated by the is off. at least for iho present. The men have returned to v.-urk and their grievances will bo considered for ten days by General Man- ager Metcalfn, who will at the end of that time give the complaining em- ployes an answer as to whothor their wages can be increased. A Frightful .Ai-.'icl.-nt. HALIFAX. X. July Dart- mouth last night th" ferry landing stage, while crowded with about sons, collapsed and they thrown into the water, causinsr a larirt- loss of life. Five bodies have so far been re- covered. Thny aro those of a woman named Silver and her child, a woman named Synott and two solders. MIHPI.KT..W.V, X. Y.. July l'J._Sam- uel T. Lynch, postmaster and general merchant at Centorville. Sullivan Coun- ty, is missing and is accused of forgeries and embezzlement aggregating or more. He h of all who tions with him. d the unlimited confi- had business transac- elive of a still-born cniid a fewdavs a t n I KI.VV. N. J-i'iy fire known. in the- t.ngi-i-ig mills of L. Tivrnfy-j'ijcht llnrnfl. TriiAfA. Mich., July Ii Thurs- day stan.-.l in t.iio old Central House ar.d (I'-stroycd the whole causing a ioss of i: insurance i wcnty-eitriit buii'lings wcro con- Th'- of tn" fire is un- The General and the Couclnre U at an Still In Session. MiLwAfKKK. July General Carnahan, commander of the uniformed Knights ot Pythias, lias given orders to break camp and Camp Curnahun. where Knights have held forth during the wi-ok, is almost father was a, millionaire stove manaf.icturer and re- tired from bubinesb several years ago. He tho n organ ihe Gage Mantel Company and put young Mr. Gage in as president. For Uiroe years Gage has been betting from 3100 to -j-UO on every race and losing heavily. The mantel company has failed it is discovered that the old family homestea'1. which had boon placed in youtiir Mr. Gage's bands to sell, was ny lam on liio races, lie has A .Mvsti-ry. Sori.vt. Ihi., July 1'J. daylight, on Thursday morning Mrs. Sarah Williams was awakened bv a negro named -lames Ifarmen, who had stolen into her room. Mrs. Williams gave an alarm and Harmon was cap- tured, lie was taken out to Spencer's pond, since which nothing has been seen of him. !t i.s supposi-d that he was Shot to death and his boil y sunk in the pond. Others claim that, Harmon es- caped alive: that he swam across tho pond, where he, left the water, and mado food bis escape. Almost Clc-iii AT.I'.IA. la.. .Inly Thin cil.y ha 1 p. serious conflagration Thursday which nearly resulted in a clean sweep of tho town. Xearly ono side of the business part is in ashes. The fire started at tho southeast comer of the public square. A stxmg breeze was blowing from tho south, and the only iire engine in tho place v.-as disabled. Tho buildings de- stroyed were mostly frame and the loss was not very heavy, it beinir probably obout about half covered by in- surance. Denial. ATLANTA, Ga., July J. B. Gordon pubiishod a card stating that tho speech delivered at Chattanooga during tho recent Confederate reunion, in which references were made to slav- ery, was not delivered by him, but bv another speaker. By some error tho speech has been credited him in vari- ous Northern papers. Governor Gordon was not present at tiie meeting. Kolilicr Arrested. Fojrr Tex.. .I-.i'.y Sheriff Ilichardson hasarrf-ii'-d Andrew Temple, of this city, on a charge robbing the Pacific f-xprr-ss car at, last Sep- tember, v.'iicn bags c'.niaining Mexican dollars stolen. Last Tues- day night of Jett'srs 'ii.it A committed th'- U-ft ,l Temj.io. I.VN. X. Y., July ;-J. aro n.- that a -t.rikc of tho in j, th" to th" against, t'r.'-tin ar.-J who -in n .irlv t.vo mor.thi an In a l-tttir 1 if tjf are now their -i i '-.ip. Oj A only thirty fort" '-'-r i'-. aTi :i al.v- of a light ani mcrs arc Far- The Ifo- j Tho Src VISTA. Va.. by fire ThsrfJsT bj a kitchen. Th'; hoV-i with TJ.e total ioss coTorcd by insurance. in tho made durimr the e.iriy b.illojing of terday morning. This was not. tiie easn and tiie convention had great, diiu- culty in se'.tli-.ig upon a !o pit against Major McKinley. The first bal- lot Friilav inu-'.iuig r.iie stoed: Monnot. Y. Millwll, -liiV: Warwick. Xinr-ii-rr'an. -l i: Lewis, T; 'Wohy, 7: Sherrick. T. On tho forty- seventh h.rHo; Governor took the le-vl. 57 voles. Inn ;lm atieui'.'ted si.t.upedo tc him failed to carry and the vote fell back. Zimuienn.ui gained some votos on the ballot. timr 1-J from Stark County. On the I'o-.-tv-uinih ballot Countv 111 voto.s, sv, elliug his agirreirato to the highest, num- ber readied by fandidaln in tho con- vention. A motion to adjourn until SoDtemher S failed to secure a second find called forth cries of "no." showing a determination to hang togeth-r until the contest is i-ndi-d by a nomination. Monnot and Warwick were close to- gether ou the iiiU'-fourth ballot, tlvo former still his and tho latter having pulli-d up to man and Sheri-ick had lost to Warwick. On the sixty-first ballot W ivae Coun- ty brokn the '.lead'o.-.k and the in bv easting votes for Stillwcll. This ballot Stood: Stillwoll. S-J'.J: Sherrick. 3; Ziiu- merman. s. Welty. 7. Lewis, 7: Monnot, 40'.j', auuounco- ment of the vote caused the Stark Coun- ty dolnyates tn see hat they were lia- ble to lose ihe candidaf- of tho couuty and after a hurried consultation asked and were arantccl loavi.- to retire, for twenty minutes. Tiu-v were utrible. lo unite and the- six-'y-si-cond ballot stood: Warwick. Monnot. Lewis, 7t Wclty, !i: -II: Stillivell. and Shurrick. A recess was then taken. Th-j deadlock was b-ukon last night after (lavs and one night balloUing by the nomination of ex-Lieutenant Governor John (i. Warwick, of Massil- lon, O. Mr. Warwick, who will be tho opponent, of Mclviniey, is ti business man, engaged for many years in extensive, milling iuierest.s and own- er of co il mines. His first :'nd only political olliee was Lieutenant Govern- or of Ohio. :t Divorrr. Af .Inly TJ. Tvali- lias -ii'-.-.! suit in Lho com- mon pleas court for divorce, from her husband. Ferdinand iCellmerten, a well- known man. on the ground of habitual and extreme cru- elty. Kellmerten "'as formerly in busi- ness here, lie u-as arrested a day or two ago and taken before, thn probato court on the charge of insanity, but was as it appeared thai, his wild- ness came from strong drink, lie had smashed up furniture in his house and donn other queer tilings. The couple have been married ten years and have throi! children. C'rinihml

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