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   Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1890, Salem, Ohio                               SAI.EM DAILY NEWS. SALEM. OHIO, FRIDAY JULY 18. 1890. TWO CENTS. iVitKun Kay, L'ownbyaSteaiiip Five Pel-sous Are I1I10f Detroit WhO. B.O. i it" Y.. July returning' t-l.-.-fii; search ilpl u-n CRUELTY TO CHILDUEX. (Tnusa-tl and Hrutnl Trcatineu: .Mctod Out to lu a Khode nil School. R. I., July Folio-.-- ing upon the- investigation of crue'. o-ls of the of the chiMn-n in the State Lome aud school are so'iio charges asra nst the conduct of tue Sockanosset school for boys, which is a reform school undfjr the charge of the Mate of Charities and Correction, to which juvenile male oiTenders are sentenced by the lower courts. The matter first became public tbe case of Charles McCarthy was known. He was a stubborn and insubordinate lad and tbe superintendent kept him thirty-two days in a dark room on bread and water diet. McCarthy is now in tho I Rhode Island Hospital hopelessly ill are inn- with consumption. Former officers of the institution are now reluctantly beginning to tell of .1 Foj-fVsuiro Bill by the iioti.se. Liv.'Jy Passage at Aviiss R-tween jles-i-5. Cauuou and Byiiuiu. insure on. aad Mrs. E. -Virs- a now reluctantly oeginning LO tun 01 Henry, all of and cruel and unusual punishments. thf. Kath- pjve toys are to have been hand- cuffed together for sis days, night and day, and Kept on bread and water for talking of running- away. Other in- mates are alleged to have been pun- ished by being forced to stand outdoors in their shirt sleeves in winter, and the Board of Charities and Correction will probably look into these stories at the meeting on Saturday. A SEMI-CENTENNIAL. tvje fireman oi the Kath- was c ovdng diugnally to Grenadier Isl- .isiking'cUroctly across tho j, When the "r-i Heaupre, of the Kathleen thistle to tike the right and the h-ft-ha-d course. Mich July last City of Detroit excursion parties aboard was CHV .unit-, her swam inparatus s.ive out and she wir. and ran into the steam ,ota. own -I in Cleveland, cut- smplptt-ly in two amidships, carro v.-as Iron ore and she Ice. Captain F'ck and a crew een were rcs.-ued. but tho f the stew.ird wis drowned. hols, of ILitavia. O.. an cxcur- i the City of D-troit. Be- ared iin-1 his sou and three or passengers wore slightly in- were all. evjupt the jndjro, itinuo tliuir trip up the lakes, o wore considenx- cued there was no panic, r of Dotroit't. hull andsh- will havo to go "docks. The Ivesota was is a total wreclc. Lom (if scviTttl J-ily IS.- The, worst i an-l storm thn-t ever vis- of the valley rtlv afti-r four o'clock Taurs- T'ie n-'w agricultural llullo-town wore blown down Kri! mail kil.od timb'T. Suporintondent Bar- he agricultural works, was se- jured by filling timber. Tho e Lutheran church at blown oif aud much other ane. trains on the Lehigh .id encountered the storm be- and Allentown and owly oscapt-d boinjj wrucked. 3 triins struck a telegraph pole leailhpht and smokestack of e wore crushed. IJotb trains Bl their way frequently to allow telegraph poles and 8 removed from the track. >N. X. J.. July A terrific torm with a p-ale of wind yesterday afternoon, un- orty houses, prostratinsj- "00 Joinir much other damaffe. remarkable size foil in great s, smashing countless sky- d window panes. The roof of s pottery torn oil and no tho canal. Louis S. Selatrnl ael Corcoran, who sought shel- a were struck by lifrbt- killed f.U'iuA. July 18 During tho i evening the yacht Richmond, o men on board, was turned ward off Port Richmond. All wero saved. Four other sall- upset and twenty persons in. w York Clty'i. Kouail-ap. fBTo.v. July Superlntend- r, of the Census Office, has com- ie official rough count of tbe n of the city of New York. shovi-s a population of h is .in increase of about 25.4 Qurini; the last decade. Tho n. according to the census of 1.2fK.aKi. an increase of 2S per increase from 18'JO to 1870 cent. by i-itMi. July 19. -Fire in Aile- the Kress plan- wd box factory, loss in- H. Kwar'.a lnmbnr vard. lost -sur'-.i; two rows of lumber be- t_h'; UivLson Lumber Com- po insurance: and to Law- .'7. -jo 'insurance. City Com- pletion of Century of Municipal PiTTsnuKGH, July City was in gala attiro yesterday in commem- oration of the completion of a half cen- tury of municipal existence. There was a general suspension of business. Ban- ners and bunting were displayed in pro- fusion. Beautifully wrought arches spanned the streets and entrances to the park where the principal ceremonies took place- The festivities began at ten o'clock in the morning with a suluto of fifty iruns. At eleven o'clock a grand civic para.de moved through the princi- pal thoroughfares. At throe p. m. a public meeting of citizens was held in tho park. Distinguished orators expa- tiated upon the civic dignity and pros- perity of the city. The singing socie- ties of the city supplied the music for this part of tbe pnur.inrne. Last oven- ing there was a gr.ind concert in the park pavillion, followed by a general illumination of the wholejaty. OUtGlNAT VGES. Important Dec.sio.. by a Judge In Case of a Dealer. TOPKKA, Kan.. July Fos- ter, in the United States District Court, has made an important decision on a point In an original package litigation which had not before come into court. fl> refused to grant the writ of habeas corpus asked for by C. McOuire, of Lyons, Kan., ageut for a wholesale liquor house, and remanded him back to the sheriil of Rice County. McGuire had received a wooden box securely nailed and containing fifty bot- tles of whisky, each bottle tied up in a pasteboard box, H? opened the box and sold a number of bottles, lie was ar- rested, tried before a justice and given 105 days in jail. His attorney applied for a writ before Judge Foster. Judge Foster was of tho opinion that McGuire broke the original package in opening the larger box and sold other than orig- inal packages. World's Fnir Legislation. CHICAGO, July ordinance granting the use of tbe lake front as part of the site for the World's Fair was passed Wednesday night by the City Council. Amendments requiring the use of no less than 150 acres there, in- volving the filling in of at least 100 acres of the lake free of expense to the city, were adopted. It is predicted that tho amendments will prevent the use of the lake front and that the fair will be held entirely in Jackson Park, Six miles from the center of the city. Two Wrecked Yachts. CHICAGO. July Stein, of the steamer 1'uritan, which arrived from St. Joseph. Mich., Wednesday nitfht, re- ports that when about twelve miles ou from St. Joseph he discovered a disman tied yacht, her bow submerged and her stern lifted five f.-ot out of the w Under the yacht, twenty feet beneath the surface of the lake. Uy another yacht much larger than the one afloat There were no names to bo scon on either of the vessel''. Irrigation Question In the Srn- nte Without ItemchtoK Aujr Con- cludou. WASHINGTOX, July !y after the rending of tbe journal yesterday the House went into Committee of the AVnoie on j tbe Land Gram Forfeiture bUL Messrs. Me i Rca, of Arkansas; of Alabama. Pay- ion of lll-.uois. (.'scussed the measure, but i Dwn.1! to the inten e lieat tn thc of thc j House a majority of the members repaired TO j the lobbies and but little attention was paid to the discussion. Mr. Anderson, of Kansas, offered an amend- ment forfeitins railroad not turned ni the timt; limited bv the acts. On mot-.oa o'f Mr. Herbert, of Alabama, an amendment was adopted prov'.dlnc th :t entr'es heretofore permitted withia the grant 10 Uie Alabamn or Mobile Girurii railro.'.ds be validated and patents Issued to provl.Ied the Government retains .he purchase mouev. An Mr. Holmuuto forfeit land not earned within the time limit of the granting acts wa-> There was some over amendment of Mr. McKen. of Arkansas, providing for suits against psrsong holding lartds oppoaiw to oon- stnicted portions of railroad not constructed within the time specified In the grunting act. During the debate Mr. Bynum, of Indiana, crit- icized Mr. Cannon, of Illinois, for having a p-T- sonal colloquy with Mr. Houk. Tennessee, omitted from the Record when he (Cannon) had once protested against mutilations of Uie Rec- ord. Mr. Gannon explained that the colloquy with Mr. Houk was purely personal and concerned DO one else. The protest he had once mode was against the owilselon of a colloquy between him- self and Mr. Bynum without his consent. Mr. By-urn denied that he had cut anything aut of the Record and said he hiid simply made a statement more definite Ha added that the gentleman from Illinois could afford to make such a statenjf-nt here (Republican Mr. HoukTnii'le some explanation of the omission from the Record. The McRea amendment was rejected and the oill was reported to the House. A motion to recommit with WTVS lou and the Dill was It is u Ponate Kill   had lately re- turned from the States, intending to ,ettle in their native city. It is thought more people have perished, as tbe Mi- randas were lodging several visitors from the country. A BUhop't Golden .TxoTOX, Vt, July The oele- bration of tbo golden jubilee of Bishop Do Goesbriand opened here Thursday morning with a salute of fifty guns and the ringing of bells, mass was celebrated at the Cathedral of the Im- maculate Conception by Bishop Do Goes- briand. Tho sermon was preached by Bishop Healy. Among the distingdished delegates in attendance are Archbishop Williams, of Boston; Bishops Healy, of Portland, Me. Bradley, of Manchester, N. H.; Harkins, of Providence: Father Westerholt and Mjfr. BofT, of Cleve- land, O., and a largo number of priests. An of S2.SOO Ix-rled on Club for to he Strrnttlieucd. Piui.ADKi.rniA, July special meeting of the managers and stockhold- ers of the Players' League was held at i the Continental Hotel In this city yes- terday. The meeting was called to or- der, with closed doors, at nino o'clock, with E. A. McAlpln in the chair and F. A. Brunell filling tho office of secre- tary. The club representatives were Arthur Irwin, of Boston; E. A. McAlpin, Xew York; John M. AVard. Brooklyn; John M. Vanderslice and Gcorgo Wood, Philadelphia: A. L. Johnson. Cleveland; M. Shire a.nd Frank Gilbert, Buffalo, and Ed Hnnlon, Pittsburgh. Reports were first read from variom committees and from the clubs, in which two clubs reported heavy losses, and the others minor losses. The Hat- field question was then considered. Hat- field played three games with the Bos- ton team last week against Pittsburgh, without being released from New York. result of tho consideration was that secretary Brunell ordered to visit New York and investigate the case thoroughly and order according to his finding. That bein? disposed of a ques- tion of capital arose, and after consid- erable argument a motion was made and adopted that each club be assessed fri.500 as it campaign tund. A committee of John- son, Shire and appointed to visit every town represented in the Players' League and investigate the standing of each club and if any were found that needed assistance, such as- sistance was to be given them, both financially and otherwise. The question of weak clubs was then brought up and, Buffalo beinsr found to be in a crippled condition, it was decided that they get four new outfielder, ah in- Bolder and two pitchers. The men who are negotiable are not yet decided upon, but tho infieldor is to fill the position ef captain. As regards the local club tbe out- standing debts will be paid immediate- In giving tbe result of the meot- Secretary Brunell said that ar- had been made by which Love had sold his interest in. the local club to J. E. George Wagner and that tho two latter would hereafter liquidate all tho outstanding debts. LATENT ITEMS. by From all Varts of KI.K'AY, .ifl.Y John M. YVVrior has been nominated for Oonjrress from tiiO Tivt'nty-lirst New York district by the Republicans. The .Mersey  L Owen, president of the Alliance, was nomi- nated. BASE BALL. Contests Mntwonn tlie Most PromU nent Following arc the scores of Thursday's games: RATIONAL LEAGTJK. At New 4, New V ork At R, Philadelphia f. At. Boston 6. At 7, Brooklyn ft. AMERICAS ASSOCIATION. At St 4. St. Louis 3. At 6, Cohimbuh 5. At 4. Louisville __ At a, Toledo 5. PI.AYBHS' LEAGUE. At Xew Z JS'ew York A. At 2 Philadelphia 5. At 2. Boston 12. At S, Brooklyn Innings._________________ Good irodpects for Another Strike. NEW YOUK, July cloakmak- ers' lockout ssems to be yet far from an ending. The Contractors' Union is in- clined to repudiate the agreement with the manufacturers which was signed Wednesday by tho contractors' repre- sentative, Julius Gottlieb. The cut- ters went to work, but they are dissatis- fied over the question of reimbursement of wages for the time they wore locked out. They refuse to accept a small in- crease in wages and ask for an outright reimburseinent. Tho manufacturers seem unwilling to concede this and it is thought the cutters will again strike. SALT LAKK CU-Y, Uuh, July Utah Supreme Court accepted the resignation of Frank If. Oyor, receiver of church escheated property, and ap- pointed Henry W. Lawrence in his place, fixing bis bonds at The canvass of tbe school election has been made. The election was for the board of education, consisting of ton members and comprising two for each waid. Tbe Mormons elm-Usd both members in the Third and one in the Fourth. The board will therefore st'ind seven Liber- als to three Mormon's. VVitU Tui'lr Lives. APOI.I.O, Pa., July Apollo House, the principal hotel of this town, was destroyed by flre Wednesday night, entailing a loss of about S30.000. The guests baroly escaped with their lives jy jumping from windows and letting thomsolves down on ropes made of bod clothes. No one was injured. Has of Capital. N. J., July Proc- tor Gamble Company, with a capital of composed of Cincinnati and Now York parties, organized to manufacture soaps, glycerine, oils, etc., filod articles of incorporation in the State Department yesterday. THE MARKETS. Flour, lirnln and I'rovlnlOQ. NEW YORK. Ju y closed 13S per cent.: hiu-h'-st lowost 3. Exchange closed "tcinly. .Posted rates 86, actual rates -IS4 for sixty Jay bills and for dem.md. Government bonds close 1 steiidy. Currency s at 4s, coupon, at ill 103. "Wonrterfnl Nouwiru. Conn., July Some won- derful cures been wrought recent- ly at the shrine of St. Anno do Beaupre Quebec and the Catholics of this State are arranging a pilgrimage to the Ma.t Gorman. .Tudcc IIow- t'-.ichinr of German in :s rr.andatorr. and can not refuse H" fatAlly hurt. The engincc-r and Srernaa ancjent city on July 21. Every parish escaped by jumpinc- _____ in Connecticut is invited and an impos- ing body of religious pilgrims will start northward by train on the date noVid. Tho sick, iamf and blind will join in th" piisriTnae'N hoping to be healed of their rolillclan tjjr n full. Tonn.. July isp. a to the Demx-ravic State convention, w.ilkcd oil the second storv of the State Capitol Tjigbi. iji t.JV J'2t in- about tbirtT al- H.T. v laost insuniiy kir.ed. j N. July IS.-The in- OT-stontbe of Dartmouth Three Killed bj XOKWAI.K. O., July violent wind and rain storm struck Monroeville, this counry, last doing terrible damage. Lichtning struck Otto Gold- ner's house, killing Willie and were sitting on a lounge. The electricity came down tbe chimney. Otto was badly burned about tbe face and body, but tbe other two were not much disfigured- Kate Smith, a neighbor, in tho house at tbe time, was badlr burned about tho arms; Jo- sephine, sister to the (Joldner boys, was present but not injured. .Jn'.r. f.ikc I'rertrcexnorn. WASHINGTON. July deeds have been recorded at Rockvillo, tbe rountv seat of Montgomery County, Maryland, within the past few days of property bought at a suburb near here on the Potomac river by members of the family. One piece of prop erty is in the namf of Mrs. Harrison anc the consideration named is --7 Tr.o r.ud- '-T _-n American Iron snd the 5m r. J3 o; Tic N Tens.. Jr.lj The State convention ten ballots yesterday a for Wore. July was some excitement in tbe House press g-jestontne o; zse mnmouta -fcgterday afternoon over the was Wc-dnosday appearance of a member of tbe House No new fact., woro elicited as to j for thc correspond entof a western with nonncement he intended tbe Tae ;ury's ver.iict was "ac- death." buv bad tbe gate at tbe district so for Ocm- witb Kaxier gaiacd slicblly j -jead of th" wharf securely fast- riaz tbe daT. and al tbe end sixty i ened the accident would not hare oc- The' than w stood: Baxter 355. H4. S B.xT.TtMoKE. Jal j noon jester- daj Martin residiag oa West Lombard street, this city, shot bis wife sbe recover. Tbe cosple bare weeks. His WM O-, Jsly wreath teai-annsal of the Ohio Veter- inarian Medical AtoocUtion tbe City Hall evening. Fol- loving ttmtiM bwiMM, were bj Mrenl Tbe M ridslffht, Mtft tbe an to shoot him on sight. Tbe correspondent is not in tbe city and tbo Texas member re- turned to the floor of tbe without doing an j damage. A raklr CootM Orlcf. BCTFAI.O, N. Y.. July Chariot W. ZImm. a profeasioaal "fakir" hailing from Chicago. WM arrested Wednesday for stealinf watches. He oper ated what is known M (be "flre which tbe intended victim and therobberr. CLEVELAND, July made ftt Minnesota patent at Minnesota aprlnfe' at f3.50t5l.75. 2 red nt ftlc, No. 3 red at 85c. mixed at 4Jc, western at 41a 2 mixed at No. 2 white at 36c. Vo 1 mlied at x-c creamery at K'C. dairy 120. York at Oc. Ohio at 8c. fresb at atfaJSVic per bushel. at NEWAKK, O., July IS. Frank K. Southard on was found ly- ing In the cellar at his residence with blood flowing from a terrible wound the left side. Uo had attempted to eni his existence by placing a saber on ground, point upward, and then thrown ing his wight on it with thc intention of piercing tbo heart. The b'adc struck a rib. and did not enter than three inches. When found two swmds. a dag- ger and a ruzor were foun I lying near him. It is supposed that ho was craxed with drink at tho timo. It is whether ho will recover. for GlJUK Fru-torlev Fixm.AY. 0., July In February Mr. 1'holps, of Detroit, representing an English syndicate, obtained options on. all the (line glass factories of tins city at flattering iigums to the owners. Thosw options expired on July 10, but has succouiled in having thorn vonowcd for three months longer by putting up a large sum of money. Tho agent for an- other English syndicate holds options on tho window glass houses of Findlay, and he has also sacccsdod tn having time for thc closing of the hale ci- tcndod until September 1, when a trans- fer of all thoso properties is promised. A MlrticulonK Cure. 0.. July sensa- tion has been caused here in religioul circles by the apparent miraculotn restoration to health of Sister rita. niece of Ilev. B. Jf. O'Callaghan, formerly pastor of St. Columba's church hero. Shn has bocn suffc'ring from an affection which th.- skill of physicians failed to R'X'jutly sbo camp here and hi-art! Unit th" Sisters o? the Precious Blooil at Ottawn., Canada, had begun a of prayers for thfl alfliistert sister. The season of prayor cndod Monday and Sister Margi-rita regained her health and strength. Cr.Evr.LAXii, July of farmers of the Twentieth Congres- sional dibtriet Lako, Huron, Ijorain, Summit and Cuyalioga counties, was held in the boifrd of trade rooms Thursday afternoon, and tho first steps were taken toward nominating a for Congress who will turn a portion ol the tide of legislation in thoir favor. A committee consisting of one man from each county was appointed to call a del- egated meeting for this city on August YOKK, July Steady and un- changed. Steady. No. 2 rrd cash at do July nt S4XC, do August at 03V. c. Xo. 'i mixed cas-li stt l.tc. do Ju'.y do August No. V mixed cash at 37c, do July at. 37c, do Augu-st at Mess Cash at tfi (jft'gO.IO, JulyatfC.07. Au- gust at Western crcamerv at I7c. VCcstcru Hat at .'.HU'c. EGGS Western choice at loc. CHICAGO. July July tit Au- 20, at which time a will be nominated. farmer candidate. July July at 32c. Amrutl at July at fll.fO. Augutt at August at September at to Kl July at August at K.IO. TOLEDO. July Market active. ?aies of cash at 87Ho, July at S7Hc. August at _ Sales of ca.-h at Jnly at Aoirust atWic. Sales of at blrt, August at LlTe-Stock. CHICAGO. July Active and firm: prices 5c hiehor. crra'les at hea" packine and shipping lots at K Stead v. at feeders Texas steers at Steady. at at 00 lambs at O (WaG.JO. Dull and noni- SI I Ci.r.vnt-ASD, July ftS administrator of the estate of John A. Cowan, of Alliance, on Thursday be- gan suit in the United States Circuit Court against thc Pennsylvania com- pany for damages in behalf of Cowan's widow and infant son. Cowaji was an engineer on the Pittsburgh, Ft Wayne Chicago road and was killed in a collision near Loudonvillo March 4, 18W. Haines says that the collision re- sulted from tho carelessness of a fellow, employe of Cowan. gtate liar AMOi-Ullnn I'IJT-IX-BAY. U., July elev- enth annual meeting of the Ohio Slat- Bar Association was called to order Wednesday by Judge Jhir.t. of Cincin- nati. This is tho largest mooting In tho history of tho Association, and embraces many of tho distinguished of tho State. Judge Di'.lon, of Now yesterday delivered Vne address. Judgw Cox and Henry A. Merrill, of Cincin- nati, read papers. SHEEP AND Easy. Mediums and hoary at mixed at Yorkers >t roughs at EAST LTIMSRTT, Jnlv all through consignments Market slow: ranging from SH Market fairat jesterday's prices. __________, July Com- mon at fair to rood atfc.TOJ 80. do packing at IXWWB. belchers at Receipts 5.075. ComatM at Mine O., July a discharged blacksmith at tbe mines At Glencbon. became involved in a quarrel Wednesday with Georgo Smith, mine boss, about bis pay. Cbaso seized a pick and struck Smith in the bead, tbe pick penetrating the brain, produc- ing a wound that will prove fatal. Chaw made bis escape, and has not been cap- tured.________________ by Governor Campbell. Coi.UMBfs, O., July has appointod Dr. Wayland S. Hough. of Summit County, to bo a trustee the Cleveland for the insane, TJCC D- King, rcnigned, and William R. Hnntinffton. of CieTeland. to a member of State Fish I Commission, rice A. C. Williams, rt W 'I-! ji: i lirfh m m 1 'V !fi lit I? i'-ll I   

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