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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1890, Salem, Ohio THE JEM DAILY NEWS. SALEM, OHIO, WEDNESDAY JULY 30. 1890. TWO CENTS. dent Harrison Talks to Con- About Lotteries. in HP Frees lor to Thwart Their Designs. e of the MniU Must be Forbidden ,.e Tlleir Cnstoin- Vll Document. President J'-ol to Congress --The rec: nt attempt to se- ,h'..' from the State of Sorth j fur a lottery pend- to obtain from the State of na a renovalof the charter of the ana State Lottery, and the estab- nt of one or raore lottery corn- it Mexican towns near our bor- ,ave -erveJ the good purpose o! 'attention to an evil of vast pro- n. If tho baneful effects of these confined to the th'1 iviap.viir-s irponitf a license to the of other to apply clear themselves of responsibility e of moral agencies as their reach, Hut the case 10 The peoole of all Stales a-.v and dL-fraund. The vustsurns i.'y uif.'red to the States for char- re from the people of tile and the general hro'iL'h its mail system is in.ido fi-ctue and profi.tablH mediuni of in.-? !i'twe.-n The I'.tvry aiid it-1 victim-; The- of the o'lito a-? essential to thn eorn- a-, State It would be for these covn- ;o if the pubHc mails were nvi'ly closed a gainst the ad- Th'-: niuK liy these companies is the ilium of an only intruded the purposes of a legitimate ,nd a dr-cent aoHal 3 I am sure, to at- to portray the robbery of the nl inr> widespread corruption of an 1 [i v. hich arc the K'.ud.'.'iu, of t lottery JN Tee capital has be- ?i. t-cadfiiiaiToi'S of the Louisi- ittcry Co'iip.iny. .ind its numerous and are conduc'inij ar.ii pro'iauly a larger the mails than that of any logit- enterprise in tae Dis- f Columbia. There seems to be to believe that the-corrupt- ich of tho.se agents has been felt clerk.-! 111 the postal service and by f thr- oolico otncjrs in the Dis- Cohitnbia ere and efffi tive legislation be promptly enacted to enable stoffiee Department to purge the if all letters, newspapers and to this business. The )f ti.e Postmaster General which mit nere.vith. points out the in- cyof the existing statutes, and ts legislation that would be ef- iav also ho necessary to so regu- e currying of letters by express 1161 .is to prevent the use of those 2s to maintain communication be- thc lotiory companies and their or customers in ot''ier States, o-s not seern possible that there, any division of sentiment as to ropnety of closing the mails companies, and I nture to express the hope that tmcr powers as are necessary to id will be at once given to the ice mpanying the message are two 'nis: one a letter of tho Postmas- icral directing the President's afc- to tho subject: the other a com- n of the laws relating to lotteries We together with the nsof courts defining those laws. letter to the President, the T'ost- Ginoral says that the urgent ty of the case impels him to an- his annual report by this special nication in regard to the use of by the Com- detailing the action of the de- nt in this matter in the past, the General says that it is niani- i-t the object of the law has been fully thwarted and that, without na' I'-gislation. the mails must ie to carry this class of matter. mits to the President a copy o! reported from the Ummittee on PostofSces and ids. on tl.o thi> "latter in re- .i-r.-s' of Cor- POOL SKLLKtW AT WAK. A Bitter Gum- C irri.-d Into tho I .July of t.-.e Wi-st Side llrivi-ig Park, YL-r-ruay p-cial Policemen Swora In by the Au- thorities to Quell the Stnmt by the MrKrK-porn, Pa., July stat- us of a'lairs at the MeKeesport National rolling mill is growing serious. Some Df the strikers have returned to work. This has incensed those who are still act to such an extent that they are. ro- to violence. James Jickson started for the mill Tuesday morning, lie was terribly beaten and abused and ihased home by a mob of strikers. John MGran's house was surrounded and stones and bullets were fired through the windo.vs. When Moran started for work he was followed by a howling mob with clubs Moran pulU-d a revolver, but aud locked up. Throe of his assailants were also arrested. The company's oilicials claim that more than half the men wish to go to work, but are prevented by a few ring- leaders. They now propose fighting the strike to a finish and are arranging for the protection of all the men who desire to go to work. A special police force was sworn ia last night and a proclamation was issued by Ae burgrys the rioters to keep peace. The sheriff has also boon called upon and will detail a squad of deputies to assist tho local police force. :ui-l of Proceedings j yesterday a join: i ingcurrout aiip-op-i ;o August 14. Con- of a'lit'i il iv Sundrv- Clvil bill Sp ilcnir to one thorn Mr. Ptrui o I. ma, Irs 1 the cour-c of t'ie rfps ike :a ip'iu.i'j AT of ri.c .liter l.u -i s '-c.n.'u.-pop-jci of. it was I -i.-r ih i'i.-ii'r.n aincadiii-nt should In; d u.itc on it :o be limited r.o four hours. A ruso'.ution an i laid OV' r unTll to May nrov'iin- tnc Senate h r-'ft i :i; 1 M'-iotX Th- 'n hi'l was takea up and 10 rediue tuc rate on acetic acid and hor.a ic ici'l defeated bv strict party rls'i.'.'c on the tar ff question cns.i-d in wtrcn Seniors Jones, of Aric.insas: rto-mi" 'Ti-c-ck. AlrtncU iiani'i 1. 'Hi S-ria'e fie lo.nt ciir.cnt lions to 1 1 r About SIlTrf. i.'K. July 30. 220.127.116.11CX :-ver bullion shipped to n and this week nearly ordered for shipment T.ont jesierda- that T" had ordered this week's stt-amships. to comment. j-..ii K-n predicted a. 'liri passed ihis :loo.3ed with the sil- '-a The actual pr'.-cjjclv the reverse. THE JSATi Kerord of Atuonsj the Principal KxponentR of BalL Following are the scores of Tuesday's games: N'VTION'AL I.EAOrn. At Phicairo S At O.nc'.nn.iti-Boston 3 Cine nuuti !1 At Indianapolis U. C.evjland 3. At AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. At 0. Athletics 7. At Louis 5 Svnu use 3. At i'lJoi'heaterS PT.AYTRS' At Brooklyn 3. Chicatrn 3. At At At Hotel JIoXTi'.EAT., July discov- ered at an early hoar Tuesday morning in the aUic of tho I'..ilmoral Hotel. The flames spread quickly to tho center tow- er of the building and for a time it was foarcd the structure wa.s doomed. The guests, in number, were aroused and all wore soon safely out- sido. but in somewhat scanty attire. The fire department succeeded in conBni.-tg tho flames to the upper floors. The loss is estimated at r TriaL ov.one-r Morey yesterday in the case of Hejrnan. charged census schedales. the rrand in S2.000 ca-'K.-s arainsi cor.nscl an- th" Planned Kobbcry. F., Mass., July dressed as a workingman appeared at noon yesterday at the rear window of the post-office where an addition is be- ing built, and asked the clerk there to hold one end of a tape line while he made some measurements. The clerk complied and while he was thus en- gaged, a companion of the man entered the money order office and secured Both men, who were in tho town, escaped. More Krllcf FtintM LAIVKKNTK. Mass., July C, -which has been on duty at the ruins daily since Saturday, has voted 5100 for the relief of the cyclone sufferers. Three clergymen have been appointed a sub- committee on distribution of the relief money and S4.000 placed in their hands. They have established headquarters and are issuing orders for supplies. Much more money than has been raided is ur- gently needed. to Tnkc July di- rectors of th" Worcester Kali As- sociation yesterday the pla-'.-rs fifty per cent, of tb" month's salary due them if they would go en the trip to Iialtiaiore and then depend upon the i gate receipts for the salary. Tae plarers i are considering the a-tvl wi.i not CO3IPL.ETJ2L.Y V1CTOKIOUS. In tlie Arerntlne rut and flic Kcvolntlouiftta Mirrer.ci Lovoox, .7uly 30.-The Argentine lega- tion in Condon received ntjrht: t-be follov.-ing- tplfgram signed hy the ifin- istor of Finance, Gurci.i: "The govern- ernment is completely victorious The have csipU'il-it H! and ited their arms in All re- bellious superior officers will be dis- Tho troops aro re-turning to their un'li-r tho command of loval olli''ers. The minor olMcers oar- ticiDiiting in tin) revolution will be tr.insfi'rri'd to Icsi influence. The forfes by thefjovernment are returning to province-'.. Thecap- it'il ;iiid the u'.i.ilo country are tran- tiull." ________ 1'eritcvui u-n ot .Tuly treatment of tho Jews in Russia is daily becominp- The prefects of OJi-j.s.i anil Mohiliff h-.vc sriven official notice that all charged with arrogant or inso- lent behavior will refused trial be- fore the justicos, and will have their punishment dictated by the prefects. Several prominent.lews at Moh.hlf have been publicly chastised as an outcome of thr- order. A Jewish boy at Bialo- stock h.is had tho word "thief in three languages branded on his face with caustic by order of the prefect. ISIockcd by Lack ol R (Juoruin. Vi'A-inxf.'iox, July The Demo- crats broke a quorum in the House Elec- tions, Committee yesterday and the re- sult wa.-. no action on the Breckenridire The reason given was that nut sufficient time had been given the mi- nority to examine the report of tho ma- jority- A further reason, not announced, was the fear that should the report go in now a motion xvould at once follow advancing the case on the calendar and looking to its immediate consideration. The Republican pu is to unseat Mr. Breckenridge. Tell j ICjiw YoJiK. July HifrfttiTiS' i the trustees of the was Took Too Much Chloroform. NKW YORK, July Frank, aged forty-five, vice president of tho Frank Glass Burner Company, of De- troit, was found dead in his flat here last night. The body was partly decom- posed, and it is supposed that death oc- curred Sunday and was duo to an over- dose of chloroform, which Frank was ac- customed to take for insomnia, ire was wealthy, but Vad lived apart from his family for some time. California Town by Fire. Cal., July The busi- ness part of this town was practically wiped out yesterday by fire. The loss is fully All of the large stores and the hotel and livery stable, together with nine-teen horses, were burned. The town is the center of a great growing section in Tularo County and lately became the seat for fruit shipping. A fluar Up. YOIIK. July dispatch from Secr'-tary Gcrlach, of the Erie County Athlothic Club, received at the Police fJazPtt" yesterday, says that ciub offers a Si.noo purse for a finish fight be- tween Patsy Kerrigan, of JJoston. and Jack McAiiliffe. Jimmy Carroll, Killy ?.Jyer or Andy Bowen. Ilnnrlred Killed. explosion of fire coal TT.inf at 5Sw E.ienae. causing tae d'-atb of one hundred minors. About f.fty other? were terribly prepare a :n a way the intention of ttie trasv-ss in re- 1 gird to Jonr.insr r.c-f 1 The plas -srill probably ost to- r 30. _ York All f Lodge of on' its Torfc N. T.. TheGrwl of beld Fonr KT.. Jnir set fire to the residence of Da-ti-i Piurab. at Coles. Ind.. a short dis- tance across the rsvir from at boar mocaing1. Mrs. PJatab aad cbildrcT: were v> death, and Mr. Pinaih was 90 tbat b'- can not bere of was Grand Chancellor, Jobs T. Robertson, of Middtetowa, WM ekctoi Grand Vice Chancellor. N. Jalj Darid Sat- rday murdered at aAace, WM captvred yesterdaj by CV.efof FulW asbortdii X. J., July Three children were run over and instantly killed and two others in jured on the Erie railroad here last night. The children were returning- from a blackberryniij trip and while cross-ing the Riverside bridge they saw a train coming from the east and crossed over on the other track and did not notice a train couiimj in tho other direction until it was close upon them. Before they could get out of tho way the train sti-'ick Jennie Drewster, a.Tfd twelve, and M.ipjie and Xellio Warren. twelve .nd years, kill- ing- them instantly. Jennie Warren, ijred escaped with a wound uid Willie Warren, -il four, foil to the river below, a 'of Thirty feet, but was not much injured. Tho Riverside bridge is not a thor.nrrhfarc and is used exclusively for the of trains. UOX52 BY OltEKX HANDS. V I'ulr "ifTrti.i Mr-ot on :t OMAH v. Neb., the lilack HilK express on the road, l.'It Ooiiira Moiiuuy morn- ing, cnconnterod a brace of train rob- bers at o'clock at Arabia, a section house between Lontr I'ine and Valen- tine. Tho men boarded tho train at Arabia and went into the two day coaches, where they began to hold up tho passengers. The passengers evi- dently sized up the bad mon for green hands at the business and treated their call as a diversion. Out of the two cars the robbers got only sir. did not enter the Wanner coach. They had a fight with the rear brakeuian and shot at him. The sheiift of Cherry County has gone after the train robbers. Tho robbers, rode only :i mile on the train and jumped off as H was moving. Thoy did not tackle tho oxpro'.s or mail cars. FA It FK03I HA it: State Convention of tin- Inde- pemlent I'urty w ts Ity Ui.t- ords-r. LINCOLN-, Neb.. July People's Indepeudent co-ivention metin thiscity Tuesday with delcirarf-s, represent- ing counties. Tho pro- ceedings wore anythnijf but haniionious and a-r, times the uats an un- controllable mob. Tho pl.itfo'-m adopted demands the reotrn.i'ion of silver to an equalitj' with go! i. a'ld froc coinage of silver; the of land monop- oly; Govorninent control of railroads and tolograpbs; of tho tariff so that laboring i'lteresLs will bo fos- tered and wealth bear its just burdens; the enactment of the Australian ballot system, except on farms, and liberal service pension bills. John 11. Powers, president of the State Farnvvs' Alliance, was, nominated for Vengeance of a Wom-in ST. Louts. July i .re- noon a woman, closely voilud, entered the office of John J. O'Connor, a well- known lawyer, and after a fow words with him drew a rawhi'l" fro'n beneath the folds of her dress and began plying it about his head and shoulders. O'Con- nor finally escapfd from the infuriated woman and a policeman arrested hi-r. She gave her name as O. and said she had bci'n living with O'Con- nor as his wife for nine years and had borne him three children. Uo had re- cently dropped her fora younger woman, and. being refused a warrant for his ar- rest, she took the law in her own hands. A SPOKAXK Wat-h., July The fire at Wallace, Idaho, on Sunday night, started in the Central Hotel and in two hours every thing had gone up, the nupnly of water in the reservoir having given out aftor ton minutes' work by the firemen. One man was burned to death. Help is pouring in from tho surrounding towns. The dis- trict burned over covers eight blocks, the fire even reaching tho surrounding hills and consuming a portion of tho residence part of the town. On the sur- rounding hills tho timber caught firo and is still raging. The total loss is es- timated at An linroflnoc t-nnilHT Fire. SAOIXAW, Mich., July Yes- terday afternoon fire, originating from a spark from a mill stack, destroyed Owen and 000 feot of lumber; Urown .t Ryan's mill, drill bouses and feet of lumber: Nease Son's mill feet of lumber, several small buildings and twenty freight cars belonging to the Flint, Pere Marquette Railroad Com pany. The loss is about S-'. on the SCKAXTON. Miss., July Ifenrj colored, was executed hero yes- terday. The crime for which be was hanged was the murder of Henry a white sailor. Dudley as- cended the scaffold without exhibiting any signs of fear. Thfirc: was a crowd present and scorned to the interest he was creating. x, O.. -July aftt-r noon Miss McKinif-y. sister o: Congressman
livo with him She re- fused lie wnul i ways, and it i-. thoutrhl th 11 a li'tal refusal was
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