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   Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1890, Salem, Ohio                               THE SALEM DAILY NEWS. OL. II. NO- SALEM. OHIO, WEDNESDAY JULY 16. 1890. PESION DC (-..rruptioii 3Ii in l of the Honsa 'i hat Its Chief is of Commissioner Katun, Pro- 1 i: toCom v t o Pen- iuri criticised -o Approtina- a ,.i 1 :...i'iinij :iu ap_TJ- IVus.L.n t'lll. .md .s .itir but.ible to Tip o u..iti'-n would not ri-u-i.-t.ous. ,u I.: o.-. tUat iiMfioy w i-.u a jM'-'e 1 a-! the majority was V t unr Moiii appropriations --SIKH a .d wus i uiubiug to mnai-y to pcu l' i." tut. i. i-tlOllt- of predict d that ihe next f C( ru M that bofore wa- the 1'eiision dlto tie truth i" >-r Cooper's rc--olu- .ssmn.T of Pensions hud i-ie cioiKirlini-nt in thu In- ion.ov !t had was cor- ile with corruption in lih.it c iujT'r. of Oh-o. did not that r a to m.iUe such infamous .m t-iecathe officer If he were ura -e lie m.ike an utfiduvit. wanted rlu: hi rur In- a muu of coi r- j u do 10 'iivesiiguie the uiul r. of Indiana s-iidhe was ready to e.i --em coinrnittea th-.it the reir e .IMI umld tuut the i-r of Pens o.'ia bail outrageously uy i" b naif oi a tlrtn of pension li. h.1-. faxoial'l.- to the -In hi.. he bel'meJ thut if coor of Pensions would devote the uti ki. WHS ii.nd instead of hecommg :i! manager of a refrigerator concern db-uo ncccs-iiiy for such a large clerks Thr. imff-ati should be ad- sily .iti.l m charged before the u'.te-x'ii. rot the c.ise. }nsaul thai hi: p.tiiy would provide oi As to the j-'cnSU'iuan froin Indi n .iavaiv inii! List tliat a iiiims; .-.run hjil ojt-n iri.roauced. EMM h U1 Ulli tl.b TCaOlU  h'll'ric appoint'-d the i.. .i.-.iutsof tin, -exer.il States and MOW their qui.ta of em "r txi.viuig Liws. out on a cr in? to a amendment. Mr. a- i-eu. declared ih t the appoint noni'r..'nt employ s 10 the ui.f.i- and alUu'.C'l to the Civil tat ,-M'iit naiioii.il lottorj-. .n ,it a vi rb.il am mlment Mr. v ti-is ...vi'-'sa why no ad 'IT ipnaiioi: Mas made 'o cam- out Tj.fi'i, p. nd.-nt Pi'ns.on" IH.I. coi ,i p. claim hied under .'aii "I t'ic >...sc.-> could be acl .1 tarv i at wh ch time i n i i s -s-ion and readj to make i" u ir'.iUi.n-, 1 .n p to the r-ivil seirice c -i C mon and Houk. i. a' HOIK the bill r-..-. '.n ,ae force and not ,.H io'.dier [Iniik denied U'f u-'M-.ilemim 'o criticise his mo 'i .uit ei the e.'micitter n.l tho House ad- Th senate passed the bhl granting >n for a soldiers' i'i-i ilii a.'t' ri-oon was spent s of i propo-ed amrndnu-nt to i bill r.ann- lor irnu-ation surveys from voting OB the Senate adjourned. Md.July 16.-The State have no more profes- y base ball. The decision "uire MctJhcrry, in the cascof Ni'liam Barnip, of the Balti- p Hall Club, for Sunday ball mndored yesterday. The 55 that base ball playing'by men contract at stated sal- and therefore tne prohibitory statute. for trial. Attorney Trouble. Pa.. .Inly IL a iv-ll-kno-A-n lawyer here, by the United States 'OT securins i: -n the case of John died from the effects of Oj follow prison- 11. jaii, but whose i pension or. thepround -L .r from re- .i. have quit -T'rscy and iron T__ v.Mayor Abram S. scale of TARIFF fiatheriuir at liitlt'iuore of Orjj tiunn Who i'.tviir Free fradc :iud Grovt-i ClevcLinii for I'roiideut. July conference of Maryland refon-.i clubs held three sossio-is in the of tariff r. ffir-i. aui to boom Grover Clr-veland for the Demo- cratic nominati.xTi for Prosident. This latter they do not adrn't, as the ation is couipus, d o: a urai.or w'jo uo not favor Cleveland's no.t-.inatfjn. Tiiov are in lino with Clove.-I-.KI, OT the subject of tai-irf rf-form. Itecausf ho> is the ix-co-_nnz 1 a.V of sue A great r. gtther in r 10 u t.n inoss mct-'.ir. f. After .-rcflont- of the various organizations found correct. let- ter from ex-pjvvldent Cleveland was read in which he said: "I am sorry that I have made such pi ins and arrange- ments that it is impossible- for me to ac- cept your invitation. In common with all who are interested in the movement, I am exceedingly gratified with the evi- dences constantly of activity and organisation in aid of tariff reform within your State, and I hope that the proposed conve-ntion will be full of en- couragement to the friends of the cause." The sentiments of ihe letter met with hearty approval. John De Witt Warner, of New York, delivered an address upon "Methods of Tariff Reform Work and Organization" in the af toi-noon. A great public dem- onstration was held in the evening at which a number of Senators. Congress- men ard _ther prominent men delivered addresses. FIVE NEGWOES KILLED. Colored Laborers Who Uetcrted Their Employer Get the Wont of a Hnttle. MEKKOUOK, La., July Sunday night twenty-five laborers from tbe plantations of A. Heffner, near Oak Ridge. Morehouse parish, and whoso passage he had p.iid from North Caro- lina, tjuit their homes and commenced under over of the nighc to mako their way into Chicoi. County. They wero pursued by a oi friends of Mr. Heffner. and yesterday morning wero found lying in ambush in a thick- et. Wben bv Uio poMc-a that they were siiriMiindnd by a party of men who would do no h.ir.n aii'l only asked their return to tueir homes, l.ioy ex- pressed willingnass to return, but when the posse wens to raret them the negroes on- ".e.l on tY- posse, and for one mirum? aid some sJioot- ing. Tho posse returned tac firo and the result that nugroos wure killed. _______________ A I.V IJW-.KTS. RUKFM.O, 2s. Y., .Inlv boarl of managers of th" L.'. Asso- ciation, ropresenlinz t.j.> vv-'syl ner3 of theiireat la'Kes. yest'-rdav. P.eso- lutions were adopted p-otosting against the passage by of bills de- signed to grant h'- of any United States, pier. v. Ir-irf or ulucr harlior prop- erty for the uvo of any private individ- ual or coipor.it.ion. They say that all piers, what ves or other hi'i-bor property on which public nonuy has been ex- ponded should be held for the use of the general public and pray Congress to take and hold them for such purpo.scs. Mivxr July four big Minm-iipviiis b rower consoli- dated wit'n .1 capital of ?1 The firms are tin-John Orth i'.reuing Com- pany, the H'-inrich i'.rewing Company, D. Morrenberg and tho Gcrinani.i IJrew- ing Company. The aro the sole in th" concern, which will bo known as the Minneapolis lU-ewing and Malting Compcny. UNIONTOWN. 1'a., -TuU works of the Columbia Iron and Company and the Pennsylvania Cons: ruction Com- pany, located at this have been sold to English capitalists. The capital stock of the Columbia Company is 000, and of the Construction Company The sale does not affect tho operations of the plants. Fair Committee. Ppn.Anni.riUA. July in the Continental Hotel, this city, a sub- committee of the permanent organiza- tion committee of tho World's Fair is to meet and advise with Philadelphians prominent in ttie Exposition as to the most feasible of assur- ins the SHCC-.-SS of tho Worli's Fair in Chicago._______________ glint Killed II1-4 l-laymatr. Fri.xoKvji.i.K. X. Y.. -Tiiiy Dunlap. aped fiftf-on yars. wbilo out yesterday with somf- oth'-r boys shoot- ing birds with a small rif.e. accidentally discharged the gnu. th': ball striking the collar bone of one o: his companions named Ak-xr.r.dcr Horning and passing down into his lit instantly. An Kiilc Kroin NF.W YOKK. July of the- boo-'llo board of wrio wa-s fonnoctid with the of tho Kroadwar railroad franc hi-" and who has :n f'-ina-Ia. ap- pt-ared at t'fle District Attorney's the snm of ir- s C :n cellar is r5 "o structure. of S. r? .Tohn Hart. isoTnasil. I-. killed Tues- day by tbe sr.-ir.z -wrav Kastin the HirhJand Citv. Another man was kiliM in aaac- ia tbc yesterday Fonr WOCTH. TCT-. July W. MiictieiL of tac Pres- byicriaa cbzrcb. isas been on charge of forgery, the asoisal being He iras CTiablft to bail Mtd is locked cp- BIMN TO AM Tcrrilie Explosion of oi' Guupowder. Ten Killed an-l Upwards of i Thirry Seriously Injured. j An Awful Disaster at Kings Station, O., on the Little Miami Railroad. of anil Pnu-ilvr j t-iry Tojfather With i I July terrible ex-{ plosion occurred late Tuesday afternoon at King's 02 the Little Miami railroad, twenty-nine rui'.PS east of Cin- cinnati. Ten or more persons were killed and over thirty severely injured. Twt> empty freight cars were being shunted into a side track where a car containing 500 kegs of gunpowder was standing. As the cars struck there was an explo- sion and immediately afterward another car containing SOO of gunpowder exploded. William Frawley, a brakeman in the employ of the Little Miami, was blown to atoms. Five other persons supposed to be employes of the powder company were killed. The King Powder Com- pany and the Peters cartridge works have buildings on "both sides of tbe river along tbo railroad. The explosion oc- curred on the south side and the de- struction was enormous. A number of cottages occupied by workmen in the powder factory and situated close to the tiack were shattered and their inmates injured. Twelve or fifteen girls at work in the cartridsre factory were crippled. The railway stations and freight house belonging to the Little Miami railroad, together with all tne adjaceni buildings, woreseton fire and consumed. The truck and ties of ibe railroad are fairly torn out of the ground and agreat hole w.i  >o en- ragod the strikers when the re- fused to quit work that they made an as- sault. The strikers arc badly worked up and bloodshed would cause no sur- prise. Disastrous I'r.in-., .r.-. SAX AXTOVIO, Tex., July structive prairio fires havo been rasing for two throe d vvs along tiie line of the Southern i'r.-'ific railroad and have not yet burned out. Xo rain has fallen for over a week and the prairio grass is very dry and readily catches (21-3 from sparks from passing locomotives. All of tho smaller watpr'-oursps have dried up and the vegetation which had grown up in the former watorueds is burning fiercely. The cattle have been keeping to the hills, where there is still some water, and but few-of them have been lost. Dy >i ciou'i-iMirgt. Pa.. July A ter- rific thunder cloud burst over the Wyoming valley Tuesday afternoon and in a few minutes the lowlands for miles around were covered witd water. The Pennsylvania tracks were washed out, delaying passenger trains, while the Jersey Central was obliged to bring its trains into the city on the Lehigh Val- ley tracks. The streets in tbe lower portion of the city were floodod to a depth of six inc.hes and every cellar on Canal street was flooded. The damage will roach several thousand dollars. Tc'ttinic Aluminum Bronze. BOSTON-. July scries of tests to determine the strength and other qualities of aluminum was be- gun yesterday at the Waterttr.vn arsenal. The results will bo of importance to navai shipbuilders. The tests showed the tensile strength of the metal to be over 00.000 pounds to tbe square Inch _ a higher point than ever before reached. The transvers? strength developed in a one-inch square bar was G.fioo pounds creator than that of any other motal ex- cept the finest quaiitv   men and boys. Tbe Fuller colliery, which has been flooded Tor orer year, is being oatar.fl probably reap me operations soon. NEW YOKK. July The Granite ProTideat Association has for against Mreral York and Jtrooklyn editors and TMrters for cansinf iatarious M tbe MWKiatioa to be published. Chronicle ot Late Happenings In Tliis State. KEADY for Member of the lioar.l of I'ublic ActUelr at Work Trior to the Itvpub Iciiu State ouxt-cition. July delegates to the Republican Stateconvention one accord made a boe line lor tho For- est City llouso after broakfast Tuesday morning. At that hotol the l-'lickincrpr aud McCclloch forces wore niai-sha'.c-d. and there, too, wero tlu> iH'adquai-ters of the Ohio Republican League and the local reception conunittoe. lion. C. A. Flickinsrer's headquarters was crowded with di'lc-gates who called to pay their n-speots or to aisuro tho present mem- ber of the Hoard of Public Works that he could rely upon their support in his canvass for a renomination. Mr. Flick- inger has received the Republican nom- ination throo rimps in succession, and his adherents predict that lie will bo tho party candidate for the fourth con- secutive time this fall. Mr. W. E. Watkins, of Allen County, is showing more strength than antici- pated and it is said that he may receiye eighty votes on tho first ballot. Mr. Flickinger will receive the full sixteen votes of Lucas County and the Mont- gomery delegation is said to be solid for him. Hamilton County will be divided, but Mr. Fliekinger expects to capture half the votts. The Cuyahoga delega- tion is also expected to cast half of its votes for the Toledo candidate. Gen- eral Wells S. Jones, u member of tho Hoard of Public Works, will manage Mr. Flickinger's campaign. The headquarteis of Frank J. McCol- loch, the Hellefontaine trentleman who is Mr. Flickinger's strongest opponent in the race, are in tho Forest City House and an undecided delegate has no diffi- culty in stepping from one apartmentto the other. Mr. McC'olloch. however, prefers the hotel corridor to tho narrow room for greeting his friends and ho receiving delegates in the office Tuesday. Mr. McColloch and his lieu- tenants aro hard workers and oxpros.s themsalvea as boinir vory confident of success. Mr. McColloch expects to got fifty of tho sixty-six votes from Hamil- ton County. Mr. McColloeh'a name will be presented to the convention by Mr. William Littloforu, of Cincinnati. In room -H of tho ForosiCity House the Ohio Republican LOHJJ-UO has estab- lished quarters aud tho re delegates to the league and State conventions wcro made wc'lcouic by Piesident Clarence Brown and Secretary Jolin .1. ClnisLer. Ex-Governor Cbailes Foster, who ar- rived Monday, rocc-ivod a telegram Tuesday morning calling him to his home in Fostoria and ho loft the city on tho first train. DJEATII BY K A Lineiimn Founil on Top of a July Another death by electricity occurred sonic time dur- ing Monday Folix Roark, a line- man in the employ of tho American Dis- trict Telegraph Company, was directed to ropair a line. Ho failed to return, and Tuesday morning J. E. Suloil xvas sent to icarn the cause of Roark's ab- sence He followed the wire- until he reached the roof of the Old National Hall building, on this south side of tho Public Square, whore he found Roark's dAid body. The poor fellow had evi- dently come in contact with a "grounded" wiro heavily charged with electricity, and death must have been instantaneous. on ft 1'nriilork. ATHENS O., July --Cliatles Miller, aged twenty-six, of this place, is slowly dying as the result of a singular and frightful accident. While loading hay near town Saturday afti-rnoon a sudden start of team caused him to fall, pitcnfork in hand, from the top of the load, with the result of one- tine of the fork being forced entiroly through his neck between tho jngular vein and the windpipe, in which position it broke off. leaving trie pointed end of the broken tine protruding about two inches from the back of his neck. Collision O.. July bad wreck occurred on the New York, Pennsylva- nia Ohio road about o'clock Tuesday, one mile oast of Ashland. Tbe Chicago A St. Louis limited vestibule train No. 5 ran into the rear of a freight. Tbe engineer and fireman jumped, es- caping with slight injuries. None of the passengers werf hurt. llj-tlropliotila In County. CincT.Kvn.t.K, O., July two weeks ago throe mad dogs killed near Commercial Point .Si7ice a nurab'-r of bogs bavo manifr-slod signs of hydrophobia and had to b" killed. A valuable calf belonging to David Lano fra-e ovidonce of h'-ing affiictM with tbe dreaded di.srtaso, and was dispatched its owner. The citizens of that harn- let are very much alarnr-d attbf spread of the disease, and are trying lo deviso some means of jrc-tting rid of it. Merchant Jiily 10. mann, a prominent Odd and tr.er- cViant of (Jrrvillo, was drown'-d at State: Mill, tSis County. Monday nitrht He had gone to visit nis wifo and childr' n, who wfere camping out, and was in ba.hing While they -Batched Lira frora tso shore. With Kobltine m Knnk. Mich.. .Tnly sher- iff of Winfifibago Connty, Wis.. and a Plnkerton detective from Chicago ar- rested Perrin here yesterday for com- plicity in tbe Horley bank roboerr. prisoner is the father of Phelps Perria. wbo is now on trial for the robbery of from the Hurley bank some tbs TWO CENTS LATEST TOYS Cathercl by From .ilf 4 w: -.1 -u v iti. A bill has -r., -a Hoiisii .1 oC 3 yoar to the v   t.i.-ough thi> now- aqueduct, which h.'.s Ic-vii six ycctrs in At D. C.. suic entered by John E. Reubspu to validity of tlio will ot hw left in trust to have hoi- kept ijrpon. At Palermo. Italy, recently, an acuxni- aut named Colia f'-ll from a billooa acnS. struck tho roof of tho Vhcs-o he lay mangled and bleeding tnuii to the hospital to die. Prof. Norman Dunshce, of Drake TIE- versity, died suddenly at DCS la., tho other day, from heart i Ho was GarfieU's L.itin ami teacher at lliraui College. A tiro which raqed in tho S't: quarter of Constantinople destrojed 1.000 houses and burned a vast of timber, whose owners, comprising 135 timber merchants, are ruinod. The following named Xat'onal (.an'ssi have been autuorizod to coniniunco fcosi- ness: The First National P. ink (4'Hwt Springs, South Dakota, capital and tho Iron City Naiion.il Llano, Texas, capital The ho.ivio.st. rain storm ever kj thoro struck 1 Hilton Harbor. other day. 1 istini; halt an ii'iur. wind accompanied tUf rain and ruueii was dono Two uon-os in tht: suburbs wore blown away, the- pants receiving severe injuries ThB raspberry fields wero sevoi-rly t Attorney ral Miller has a decision in tbo casn of tin: tbroo raS- way mail transfer clerks at Albany, 3f_ Y., in which ho sustains tho deciai-y-u at the Civil Service Coim.iisMoii, waiL-Ti held that those appointments vvo-nj iilss- ga'.ly made because the lm.si not hoen examined_as rcijiiircd hOrvico rules. A strilcc! amontr the prosstncrE print tlie Congicssional Record minont, because there aro ruec ployed in the Covcrnt Ollice who do not belong to the Press- men's I'nion. Tbe -suspension of pi cation of the Congresbional Koconf fora few days, especially at this izsne, would cause g-rnat inconveiiiimco tuCba- gress of Lt-iy-i.tdot.i. v, July sign ing- of silver bill by President tfarrisont L-ziA. vary sti'nulat.ing- effect upon pricfs ia tho Stock Hnroilvor 5i.rf first to fool the of tho- 5'resf- dent's confirmation of the- silver lorf'aita- tion of Congress and at once roetr to- fifty pence an ounce, a price- it has- not taincd for several years. Amoricaa se- curities also advanced and orders to buy wore cabled to Ne.w Yorft. T-HE Clour. KKW YOIIK. .In y 15 Cloaca aiSfjr cent the lowest: highest I'i. sicnily w'.tti .'ictual husincss for sixty day bills anil fi.e- mand. Posted rates tSV-i'glH'j'.j Governm'.-.Tt stftily. Cnrroncv ract3t 1I2'J. lb, coupon, at I1" i is ilo at 10.1. CLEVELAND. July l at ft -IfKj: Minnesota at in Minnesota spring at 75. No. a rod a' Ulc. NTo. 3 a High tni.vjil at jcllow 4lc. No. 2 mixed at Trie, No 2 unite; at JEc. Xo 1 mixed at .Tic. I3UTTKK -Fancy creamer, at .lairi' at I2t. New York :it dr. -Strictly J'O'i :il -ij'-, OnrStll NEW YOKK. July I'> r'l.'Ti; pfrlino at Minn'- .'-t city mill r.xtrn ,u ?t !.tr> St-.-v'.y. Nn. P- I ;it fcK-d July do Aiui.': a! Xo. 2 i 'i at ito Joiy do .it r N'o.-'m! July August at'ii'ic. I'.jiiic M'.-SI .1! :t 1 1 O-jll ru i.ri -'j'J. -C'rc.i-.-j- r.. f .n :ii 1-c. rhn c'> .-it July tit T'ic. ColtN liy afJT'.t I'OKK :i! :.t ill Cft. LAKH .I-i y a: :ii b7.4_ Kills-July at -i t G Q of ca-> i Julr OAT Sr.i'.s of st 33c, A'_- aoiiv. Eitpirt it por eboico at M SHEEP ASD Market lo extra sheep at per gocxl at cho'c. "o e .tra srxxJ to cho'cf; .T. W. 50 Mc'linTrjs at 14.00' m. 
                            

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