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   Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1890, Salem, Ohio                               THE SALEM DAILY NEWS. SALEM. OHIO, SATURDAY JULY 2G. 1890. Confident Feeling ications of a Renewal of the Spec- ulative Fever Come With au. Advance iu Prices. niirkable Abneuco of irdiiiK urn the Iron and Steel Yoi'.K, July G. Dun s Wccklv Review of Trade will say: money und higher prices meet the hes of most trades, and accordingly tune of the business world is more sfieJ aud confident After having en in ruo.OuOmore than it bad paid during tho week, the Treasury imont on Thursday acceptc-d ollcr.s to bonds, thus providing for noiiiate disbursement of about 000. Tbe new plan of Secretary iiluw called out fewer bonds than ex- ted, and it is uncertain whether ho I act further on the same plan, but a jositiun has been clearly shown not rait for stringency, but to anticipato prc'vi-nt it by free disbursements, inivhili' silver is accumulating, ecausi' of speculation in grain and .on and hitrhor prices for some manu- .urod goods, the general average has I n during tho week one-half of one cent, and there are indications of a ewal of tho speculative fever which of monetary expansion pro- ed soniu timo ago. In other respects outlook is good. Business is large tbe season and the great industries on the whole improving in condition. est resorts of exchanges through j iring houses outside of New York w a giiin of fifteen per cent, over TO END A MONOPOLY. of the Their Intention of at Oaeo the Conflict V.'ltb NEW July trustees ol the ausrar trust have made public the circular sent out to certificate holdersin connection with the proposed reorcrani- zation of the company. The mculai states that inasmm-h as the recr-nt de- cision of the Court of Appeals in the case of the 1'er.ple vs. the North Rivet Sugar Kefiauries Company makes il necessary that the trustees terminate tueir trust, and that the busings be re Organized in accorda-u-e with the law as laid down by the Court of Appeals, tho i trustees propose to wind up tbe trust i and have taken tho necossarv steps to i secure that end and pnv-rt tho of the certificate holders. The "trustees propose that Messrs, llavemoyer, F. Matthieson, J. John Searles and J. A. -Stursbe with such bankers as they "may select, bo appointed a committee by the certifi- i cate holders, with full power to represent them in t.hp ._ lli'U one-lit not i J TW AGAIN. Debate on the Mclviiiley BUI Be- gins in the Senate. Messrs. Vance and McPheraon Oppose the Pendinjf Measure iu Leujf thy Speeches. 1'lunib, Aldrlrh and Talk la of the In the House. WASHINGTON. July 2! the the question of :i quorum wus -sisttd ly Mr. Morgan. A eall wu.s ordered :ind th'.r-.y i 'Vht Seimtors answer- A lo Their rmi'-s On r.ftionof Mr. Infills the it arms w.ts directed to request the utlendance if Senators. In about ten minutes -he nuiaber of Senato-s n atu-'ui.-i'K-f had reache.1 the quor'-iu 'orty Th- sVilpnl Election was referred the together eou E'octions. Mr. Shcrmin orTt-red a rr-.nlutien (wtiirh was them in the oendinu- nrnccr-ilincra rr, and to in th.- ;t to t-c printed tlieroin. aad to re a new organization for the purpose Of protecting the property and promot- ing the interests of the certificate hold- ers. A GKXEItAL TIE-UP. Building Oper.-itinnn In Brooklyn, Y., Suspondrd Kcrmise of a Strike. NKW YoiiK, July general tie-up was ordered in the building trades in Brooklyn yesterday morning, the out- come of the persistent strike of the roofers, who have been out now for nearly two months. A mooting of rep- resentatives of tho building trades was he woolen manufacture shows least irovement of all the great industries, lure of the Senate to go on with the ff bill operated as a wet blanket, lers say. The boot and shoe trade is [icularly healthy and active for the ion. A most cheering statement is le by tho Iron and Steel Association, wing that stocks of piir iron unsold e increased only tons since uary 1, which would indicate an in- ise of nearly 500.000 tons in the con- iption. The coal trade is phenomen- Wheat has boen hoisted again front porsistency in circulating nn- mblo reports of yield at home and Exports are not large, and tho ipect in the spring wheat region is F bright. In general speculative for products show a tendency to ance, mainly because of more money .more speculation. he state of business at other cities verywherc as favorable, and at some e favorable than a week ago. There Jmarkable absence of complaints re- iing collections in the reports re- and the money markets are no- stringent. With nearly all con- favoring business activ ty. "e is constantly growing embar- in departments of trade and "try likely to be affected by tho or failure of the tariff bill. 11 ASK B.VL.L. ord of the MfMt Vt-oralneiit of the dune. he following are tho scores of NATIONAL LEAOUK. Cli-vclaad-Pliiladplphia S. Cleveland 5. Chicago- Brooklyn 3. Chic.igo 5. Unc.nrati-Xew Y-rk 6. Cincinnati 10. I lUMiurKh-Boston 7, Pittsburgh 3. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Rochestc--Toledo 7. Rochester 8. Pr.AVEHS1 LEAGUE Cleveland a -Mcna.-PhiliuK.lphia 7. Chic-ato 3. liuiTalo-Brooklyn .S. BulTnloS 10. Pittsburgh 2. An Kxcltlnv Tup Race. n.TTii. Minn., July 2fi.-0ne of the of Friday's racing was a speed -cst between the tugs Record, Adams 1-outin for a pool of S25 for each boat course was ten miles with rn. From the tujn it was racr, every safety valve locked n, with the Adams slightly in the I. Half way up the finish Rcc_ had overtaken the Adams. From ume on until tho eud the Record iccl slowly and came in an easy win- wo -W. Thursday nfcht ner, aged twenty-five s. sorted to cross the tracks of the Pullman, just as Abound passenger train was com- station. William J. Cart- seeing that she was likely to be and killed, sprang to her sido -ied to snatch her from tho traok. late. Both were struck by The Bonu 20. -The captain, cretr w-.omen rescued from the burning arrived here yestcrdar. the E-ypt stated his having been in other National line upon friendly re" V> prevent a Jaly Rii- O'Neill, Nets., Hotel ecoro- acci- held in the forenoon, when it was de- cided to call outall union men employed on the buildings in course of erection throughout Brooklyn where non-union men are employed. When the roofers made their demand for shorter hours and i no reduction of pay they were refused by the majority of the employers, and they quit work. All efforts at arbitra- tion failed, and yesterday's general sus- pension of the work is the result. Tha employers remain firm. A STLtlKli PKOliABLE. Trainmen ou the I'HC lie- lloud Go Out Unless Tln-lr are .Set- tled. OMAHA. Nob., Julv _ President Charles Francis Adams, of tin- Union Pacific, reached Omaha rather unexpec- I todly yesterday. Various rumors were soon rifo concerning further changes in officials along tho line. None are r.on- j firmed save that all master mechanics are to be removed. This is fulfilling the policy laid down by Mr. Adams on his last visit. A grievance committee of trainmen will mout him to-day. The re- cent agreement between tho company and trainmen is being daily vioiasod by division and a strike is imminent unless terms can bo arranged with President Adams. Workinicmeii ia SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, July a mass convention la.st uight of the la- boring men of Salt Lake a full ticket was put In the field for the coming county election. The workingmen wero ignored entirely at the convention of the Liberal party week, all tho nominees being members of the Aha Club, a "blue blooded'' organization. The workingmen take exception to this and their move threatens to defeat tho Liberal ticket. Family in a D-ujble Truseclv SAVANNAH, Ga., Cleary and John Harris, United States deputy marshals, were fatally shot at the Farm- ers' Alliance picnic at Oliver, Ga., yes- terday, as the result of a quarrel over family Cleary and his father both shot Harris, who returned the fire, fatally wounding young Cloary. Old Cleary. who had three revolvers on his person, which he had emptied, was ar- rested by the sheriff. Children Ituricrl T'tnlor Rilling LYNX. Mass., July story-and- haif dwelling owned by David Sullivan, partially completed, fell in Friday after- noon, completely wrecking the building and instantly killing Mary McCabo. aged fourteen, probably fatally injurinc- Katio Grillin, aged fourteen, and in- jurintr three other children. The chil- dren took refuge in the building from the rain. Wind is assigned as th-- direct cause of the accident. port such b.U or r vuliitiim as will limit sui-h prititlnc to th.' of both hou-ses; axo whether it is io edit the deli.lie.; of by th-- omi-sion of such part? as :ire immaterial and of .-uch papers as are aln-.uV as public documents. Mr. Hale complained mist.'KL-s iu prinllne of tho Reco-dand of public documents were more numerous iu the pu-st pear thuu ever before. Mr. Allison held that the business of the Gov- ernment Prlntinir O'llce was never more faith- fully performed novr. M.r. Uorman aaruitted the frequent occur- rence of mistakes ia pnnMne and attributed it to the great pressure on office. Mr. Morrtil nr-ved to proceed to the consider- ation of the tariff bill and Mr. Gray antagonized the motion with oie to resume the considera- tion of the House bill to transfer the revenue marine service to the Department. Th latter motion ngreed to und the Revenue Marine bill was taken up. Amendments were adopted extending the application of the bill to the life suvln? service. Without action was laid aside a id the tariff bill was takfeii up. Mr Vance said It would seem that tbe re- moval of taxes was a matter of wisdom, and that to continue to collect was not to be- tl.'Huht of for ;i moment. But those who would think so wo'i'd "rei-lcon without their hal proved the history of the Tarift Couimi--sion of which had" ut- terly ignored the wants of the people and the Oovcrnmeit. The result uf the pending bill m-cht to pj'lii.-e revcnuo to certain bUit not to re luce taxes. The tariff bill he sciri. had been fnun -C in cirnohunce witfi the de- tniind-; of the mnnufaciurers Mr. Vance went on to arni'go the Republtcnn pnrtT for the erils whii'h prot- cfon had brought on the country. Mr. went into :v general re- view of the tariff question and an analysis of the pending lull. He of the expenditure of monev bv the y irty In the lust c.ntn- pai.-n. Chief ai'ions; !h" bene.ici.vries of the pendlns bill who con1 rihu'.ed to the campaign fund was a pious eitiz of Pcnmvlvtinm who has -'inc.- with a Cabinet ottlcv. He con en l'-d that th munuf icturers only were b n :-u 0 by the b fio-.i -h the R. pub 1'CJn party alw ivs to be the friend ot labjr. II" w inl-.l v ty aitinie prot.-ctiou ti Auiericnn 1 iliur. hut the 'iborcost of the arti nroteoteu was r.o: the umountof the duty as'ci-rt if Mr. wiss w'll Vj h'ive the duty on earth-iiiware and sflaiss- ware redac -d iifteon cent, below the pend- Mr. Mcl'her-irin s-.id he would be willing to huve it red'ire'l per cent. Mr. Allisrn that if tne Senator New Jervjy would move that re lac-tion he would bj fniiiul !n hvmp.-.thy with it Mr. Allison went through other and asked If the Sen.v- tr.r fro T> Xe-A- .H-rsev wan'.ed the rates on them increased or reduced. Mr. Morgan asked wlint articles ou the tree were us--d by tbe poor. Mr. AMrirh IniVcated s-olton and silk. Mr. Mortrari remarked that silk was not much woru by the working Mr. Plumb expressed irrave doubts us to the effect o! the bill nn the revenue. Enumerating the expenditure-- for the current yeir. he said the applications under the DeponiV-nt PeiiMoc bill would probably rench within a year. Mr. Plumb expressed the belivf that there be a d'ficit of f.M.iTH next year. He thought that possibility had been overlooked In framiui: the bill. irave notice that he would offer amendments to t: c bill to Increase the revenue from other sources. the House the Sundry Civil bill (with Senate amendments) was debateil. the on the subject of the ap- propriation for irng-ition survey. Without ac- tion on it the HOU-M took a The evening sesbion was devoted to private p-nsion billH. HorscH Cremated. Mass., July night'fire destroyed a nest of small wooden buildings used as stables, car- penter, blacksmith and paint shops in Old Colony Square. Twelve horses were burned to death. Tho total loss is Sl-V 000. Tbe fire was undoubtedly tho work of an incendiary. During the fire some telephone wires fell on the electric street railroad's trolly wiro. and after- wards came in contact with several men on the street Louis Wade was knocked senseless, and officers Keith and Hach- elder wore thrown to the ground by the current. Conductor Arrested far Murder. LOUIPVIU.K. Ivy.. July Charles Arnold, of Lafay.ttf, conductor of .1 freight train on th'j Louisville, New Albany Chicago railroad, was arrested yr.-stor.lay at I'loominjrton. Ind..charged with murder. The cnargp is that sornu days since, during a quarrel with brake- man William Hilb'.Tt, Arnold knocked from the train, causing his death. and XKW YIIKK. July was nn excited and active rnaric' t yst'-nlav on the Produce Exchange, and a live btisi-j The explanation given at tbo time of ness was For the past week j Hubert's death was that no became in- the prices of re-reals has steadily' advancing, and sorts of r-.nnors bavo boen af.oat. The advance of pri-x-s abroad is said to r.'-en the of the rise here, tho demand largely the visiiji't and fjp- i sane and jurnpod from the train, b'-ing instantly killed. ply- Italian Jlnr-lrrcrt. VOKK. -T'uly Antonio, in Italian laborer, -was found <2ev} bis at tho tenement No. First yestorfar Tbirc sras a cut on the faco and the black and liluc with brcis Italians had Hit I Strike j CincA'io. J-jly is probabl" that i another biz strik" of carpenters i place- noxt Friday. Tho CarjiC-n- j ters" Union claims that the tw-0 save the-ir intfjrcs'.s 1 a-d are tryia? to forc'i down tbe 1 of Thrt "ne-nr tins at mcc-tinr Th'jrsdar night a-iori- VICTIM OF A PLOT. of  od machinery, bj July ill. A terrible acci- dent occurred at the Riverside Furnace Company's ore docks Friday morning A number of men were ontragod in mov- ing ore ovor a tramway track Uiat was laid on boavy supports about twenty feet above theuocks. Three men, Mjko and Jack '.Jombroski. brothers, and Will- iam Smith, were a car contain- ing a ton of ore. W'ur-n about the cen- ter of the heavy supporters tho latter siicVlonly bro'cu and all were pro clpitated to tho docks below. The injured men wurc removed to Lakeside Hospital, where it was found that Mike Gombroski ha-l his loft leg crushed and so severely injured in- ternally that he can not live. William -Smith is hurt internally and had his left leg broken; hi-, casu is considere.d dangerous. Jack Gombroski was injured about the bead, but not dangerously. The cause of me accident is a huge flaw that was discovered one of thu heavy iron supports. A Vlriimn IlKjriiNsroicr. O., July William R. Tatman, a b other to Samuel Tat man, proprietor of a livery stable, angered Alf. Stout, an employe, by giving direc- tions for doinsr the work his brother's absence. Ile was about to leave when Stout slipped up behind him and struck him ovor the right temple with a piece of coupling-pole. The blow rendered Tatman unconscious, in which condition he now lies. His chances of recovery are doubtful. Stout was am-su-d and locked up on charge of assault with in- tent to kill. Strrot KnllMM.v IV.tr Hrnrwpcf. AsirTAiirr.A, 0., July 2fi. The strcftt railroad war is still on. J. N. Su-wart, owner of tbe railway line torn up by the city authorities, petitioned the Circuit, Court for a restraining order to ko'-p the City Council from interfering with him when ho attempted to relay his tracks. Tho case was on for two days and was decided Thursday evening against .Su-w- art Notwithstanding this, he an- nounces his intention of at once relay- ing the tracks, while tho authorities say he will not A conflict is expected. Getting for the CuT.tr.Miius, O., July Chairman Ilahn. of tho Republican State Execu- tive Committee, and Secretary of Stato Ryan have requested chairman King to call a meeting of the Stato Central Com- mittee in this city Tuesday. August n, for the purpose of completing tho organ- ization of the executive committee. Chairman Hahn states that the cam- paign on tho part of tho Republicans ill open September 1 and the speaking two weeks later. .pojtui .lews icr WII.KKSIIAKHE, Pa., July lid. The Lo high Valley Coal Company issued an order last Monday that until further no tice all its collieries would work on hall time. The order was rescinded yesVir day morning, and the various mines v.-ii; continue to work on full time. Ov< i miners aro employed by tho TWO CENTS. POISONEUS JAILED. Arrrst of :i ami Tiro Thl Who to Have rt-d a Deft- ly for Dissolute IVinalo. BUFFALO. X. Y., July 06. Mrs. who keeps a boarding bouso on Eact Market street; Mary Sylvia, aged ait-- teen years, ana her brother John, agec. fourteen, have been arrested, with attempting to poison Annie Siiics, dissolute woman who lived with Usv children's father. Tho boy confessed and said that Mrs. pave -Marj money to get oxalic acid, laudanum aoc whisky. She then mixed the poi.son fravo it to Mary to givo it TO the SilkF woman. Mary wont homo for the pur- pose on two occasions, but did not havt norvo enough. Then Mrs. Wade prompted the boy to th'1 poi- son, llo and a companion named John- nie Hayes took the poison to the house and llavi-s gave it lo the .Silks woman.. The woman bc-i-ame vory but re- covered. The girl M.iry ment corroborating that of her brothet. Mrs. Wade denies tho stories told by the children and says that the girl loll her that she intended to the Silks woman and that she had vised hi-r to bo careful. Mrs. that Mary triod to poison her su as U- get possession of h'ir bonrdi-rr house. A G LO It iOfS l-'l NIS H. ciuioortho siicrtisifiii iiiv Kvi-r llrlil In Uelroit. Mieh., July -jii. Krtdfvj closed the most.successful Humrnvr meet- ing of the Detroit linviag Club over held. The shov.-ery weather lial iu ef- fect on the attendam-o, IIOWL-VIT. not more than pcuplo bcincr present. The finish of the Great Kvei-fatiin stake race created the greatest oxcite- ment. Allerlun, wlm was a hot throughout, acted badly in the fifth heat and was distanced, Mar-jarot boating him almost a of a r.iilo and wiu- niag thy eiuiro purso. Dist.inro being waived in tho second lu-at of pacing race, Crickot went to her record of '4, nva'le Mo.uliy. broke OH the first turn, ho.'.vvr, but came from the half-mile po-it in The Pleasanioii stock farm's Cricket and Dirco; won ovor rwonty-tive per cent, of ihv- entire amount of the pur-ins hung up by tho club. SAVANNAH, Ga., July ,1. Tate and John Uobbins. wlicxr- injurio.s by the cxpKi.sion at the MullarJ Tliiirsil'iy were thought !o be fatal, are stiil alive and may recover. Thoro is ns further doubt that tbe wreck of tha lAiilding was causud by som powerful as it ha--, boon found that the ground floor was blown away and there is a deep liolo whom the explosion bad thrown up the. earth underneath. The negro. Maxwr-ll, is still held by the police on suspicion of having placuii the explosive in I'll I-.UUJ xli PiTTsufuiiii, July 2ii. to ths threatening1 weather, only puoplu were at the races at Homewood Driving I'ark The rar.es will bo con- to-lay and among the features will be, Harry atttMiint, Lo beat Ills record of won the trot unfinish'.id from lieiny closely pushed by Mikagan. In the 'JrJH trot Semicolon had no trouble hi taking tin; last three heats, loading tho liy from tlin-c- to lengtiis each l-'ntlior Hiid Killed 11 Four WUKTII. Tex., July reru-hed hero of the killing at Mag- iizine. County, of Captain Will- iam Ellington and his son, E. Ell- ington, by Mclnturf, a detoctivo. Mchit.urf escaped. Ellington was a fa- nous M.-out on trie Union side during the ,var. Ik: u-a-s widely known and had many friends. Melnturf has been an officer an detective in Logan County for nany years and has figured in sevocal serious local di'''millties. llfiri-cut for O.. July 20. Ilarnum's rjrr-js brought the usual number of to town Friday, and d urine- parade on thf- squaro had h'-r containing a Lirjre of taken. Other srrml) tJ.oft- hare been re- ported to the police. Killer! y, 0.. July At ft miles from Akron, duriur a Iretweea amateur from basis of a striking the chii'i of John producing injuries in Jaiy Mrs. McCoi- -wbiic crossing the York. A Ohio track ctrcet ia- killed by passenger train. As- other lady with bet a narrow .V.MVS. CITY or Mnxir-ii, July advices iiay Kxeta's army attacked near the frontier on Guato- nalan territory Thursday and tho Sal- vadorans were defeated and routed, fleo- ng back to San Salvadoran territory, eaving many dead and wounded, ami their cannon, which the apturcd. San Salvador ice.-, ien; are exactly contrary: they claim ive victories and tin; capture, of a large imount of booty. An Mill. July Iloost yosf.'r'JaT agreed upon a <-uhstitute, bill in lieu of a number of pending bills adverse ari'l ordered it reporteil to tbe The substitute prohibits lottery and ti'-ketx .jf drawings money drafts for the purchase of tery ti'-kefs, or newspapers containing a-ivcirti'wm'jij '-arriod in th'; carriers. or d s. from -iiverod Not tJtiiltv of Mti VAN WKIJT. -Th inary h'-arineof fireman Il-ja-I held f.er'; Friday afternoon. {l not frniity faunJ which counsel an "ht-n l-oun'J rivor ;o rrarsd jurr. in OCWKT. be lakc-Ti either to Lisia or Celina Jer. after ihej and Arvnn. July band of AT- nauts made a night attack npwi of Kojfnjon? and tbe inhabitants, taken sur- prise, we-re overpo-fc-ered- Many of the mTjrdorfd an.i grossest T'ze-ities were practiw-i upon the stirviTora. The place looked and many of tbe buildinrs burood. Uon m li W {i .F i'i ?tf jf? llilS ihft4 il id- il m Kf -j J-; i jr m -ii -.iiJil r'i-lll Jfi I   

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