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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1890, Salem, Ohio THE SALEM DAILY EWS. SALEM. OHIO, THURSDAY JULY 31. 1890. Falls, N. Y., Almost De- Li v Fire. Started iu a Building Which I'n-tests Were While .i ftfr n Lid or in torel Consumetl, l UxToll.nssand the Klectrle Jil. Y- :U--The occurred. The Pew nsv the erection of which :i'.'O such earnest .uie, f-ilt'lk-d its mission i'ViOr l.iv morn A few -Jiree o'-Jock in the moru- tr, directly op- S Oji'-ru Mouse, in Fall ?''oveied to be burning in v )'..'re'< restaurant. In a ;'e entuo structure on 1'j-h: the she.l suilered been trilling cause for --i v lv lit-inira fairlr average insur- Th" block. elec- rhtp.aai. (not wholly de- 1'cw, John- jck. Howe block, Work. MO.OOO; Sheldon block, 1! HIT'S Hotel. "HO, lloasf's block. S40.00J: Daniels' SH.'i'Jii. the Mirror II lilork MoCartin'b block, Miller block. -'3.000. came from Waterloo soon and about six o'clock a :arnc in ivith a steamer from Ge- An st.-anici from tho bilsby wis also in service, baside the Ihtre All three are h.irne 1 one. and telegrr.ph Iciihone se ire is suspended. Tho m 15ailey works wore several on fire, but the flames were kept with htt.le iwiry. The fire was rd to the territory already named. millings consu mad em brace thirty- store-, ,i livery stable, blacksmith nd three houses, and floag's Hotel y-fivc of the buildings were of ind from two to three stories in l. uul only one of them was va- the best equipped print- ices in the State, the Courier, Re- aid .Journal lio buried in the loss is estimated at Si, irobiiile insurance of one-quarter L Tho loss on buildings is i'-( d at about -300.000. The mail holly removed f rom the post-offiro, e safe could not be reached, and ooks. monev. stamps, etc., it is arp safely down in the race- pneath. Grand Army Hall in the story of the nan el's block is the trunks that were. A part of of Cross Po-t, including its raacl the irreparable loss of many and mementoes will be a. source of to the veterans. John Duff, of department, had a leg bro a f.yinrr oipe and hoso. ci'lrcl In Knvi.r of an Injunction. July :n.-Master-in-Chan- Windes yesterday recommended 'uance of an injunction restrain- e mayor and chief of police from cnnir with the pool sellers on Mr. Side race track. The r was referred to Mr. Windes from Court, where Mr. Corrigan'a ipjs -nado application for the in- on. Corrii.-an charges that the city '3 haie allowed the down-town to run in defiance of the law .l.'son prominent city officiaja in ,uonred" by money paid thoai A Crime. Minn.. July ni._ A brutal committed Tuesday even- 'i'y-k at the foot of First avc- years -'.ranrer in the city, was ani a-Joinea. by an iin- JJ-..ITI. apparently about forty JOUTIST man died J-'-o to a bospit- .1' escatHid. The -iM in mrsterr. ''.U'-T The comiaitte ?ton for tbe pur- ''resident HamaoTi tc '.071. national en- informei the Tbe Pelissier pit ln a of of i Seven iciuiK ot the .11 .u pe.ike i -iy in .t Ittidlv De. composed O'omlirioii. July :u. Yesterday z crowd of busy wrth grappling irons and hooks were fishing in the waters in the vicinity of Monday night's disaster on the river, for bodies of vic- tims. Seven bodies were recovered. They were: Harry Kopp, Lena Beetz, Griggs. Annie Hath, Sophia Faber, Mrs. Lizzie Grenzer. Willie Bel- pal. The bodies wore in badly decom- posed condition and presented a sicken ing appearance. Tbe flesh of the and other pp.rts of their bodies eaten away by crabs. They were recognized mainly by their cl.Ktu's nv.d j -.M-'rv. It now seem.-; that tbo to'-il number of per- sons who lost their lives by i dis-isu-r 13 fourteen. In addition to known or supposed to been drowned or killed, it is probable tnat do.itb will soon claim two other victims who are now lying at th.1 point of death, all hope having been ab-inloned. These will swell the list of fat ties to sixteen PATKONS OF Michigan Memlx-r-i of tlic Or-ier Will I'ut Full vp and Tick- ets tin- Fiol'L Mich., July hun- dred delegates from tbe Patrons of In- dustry held a State cciiferenco hers Tuesday to decide whether tho organ- ization shall shake off all allegiance to the old parties and narne an independ- ent State tickr-t, or demand that a farm- er candidate for Governor bo named by one or both of the existing parties. After a lengthy debite yesterday the convention appointed a committee ol fivo to decide witu the executive board tho form of independent political action the order shall ta'ce, and they reached tho conclusion that no State ticket would be placed in the titld. but that, as an order, they would nominate full legislative and Congressional ticket! and invite in all r'-f.n-'iio-.'S. They de- sire to capture the United States Sena- tor. Republicans look upiin this action as a triumph for tli >i'.- p.irtv. iK BALL. COMiilLiiiJilL PKK. i (Jontiiiuatfcn of the Tariff De- bate iu the senate. Mr. Mori-ill Speaks as to the Effect ol the Bill Umlev Consideration. Senator CirlUlo thti I'atSHce of the Meaiurc iu a Leugthy Speech House Kecord of Cuntu-t-, Ainocia- tio'i :iml Krnt tirrhomt Fields. Following are the scores of Wedncs day's games: XArtov.u. u. VOTK. At tclpliia 0, ChicagoS. At 3. Cincinnati 2. At York 14, Pitts- burgh 5. A- 15, Cleve- land 5. AMK'MO VV At lo, Brooklyn 5. At 7, Athletics 5. At Louis R, Syracuse 1. At Chicago 5. At 12, Buffalo5. At York 10, Pitts- burgh 2. Second York 12, Pitts- burgh 0. A: 4, Cleveland 2. Rendered J'llo Cunsolidntiuu. July Baltimore Ohio repair and machine shops at Con- nellsville and Glenwood, on the Pitts- burgh division, were closed Wednesday, throwing out of employ-most nearly 000 men. It is given out by the officials that the suspension will last only thi; week. This is not believed, however, by the employes. The city government of Cumberland. Md and tho Baltimore Ohio company have made an agree- ment whereby all tha repair and ma chine shops between Pittsburgh and that city will be consolidated and lo- cated A H. O. PiTTsr.uiioit, July Baltimore- Ohio railroad has secured -a route fot a trunk line between the east and west and in a few months will commence work on a connecting line. Tho pro posed route is via the Pittsburgh Western to Butler, Pa., from there over a new road to be built to Punxsutawney. a distance of eighty miles, which will unite with tho Buffalo, Rochester A Pittsburgh. The latter road connects with tho New York. Pennsylvania iv. Ohio at Buffalo and has the use of their tracks to New York. to ho Kxtradltcd. Julv hearing of the extradition of Lena Montajfuc was had yesterday in United States Dis- trict Court Judge Nelson, who finally remanded her for extradition. She will be tried in Sherbrooke. Que. The young woman is charged with arson, it being alleged that sic set fire to home, in which her husband was ..-ON. July SEX the Sen- ale ve-t-Tdav the rosolntion oTered by Mr. "S'luru: >u (or liu- 1! u'.v of the S -nate at .1 m w t- t int. Mr Cock-c-11 made a long to the amoimi of tr.in-.ac'e :lie S, :iate Hi.' put'iu- h--v n had no' kct ri or the time of fie nat-' The whole numb %r 01 ilispoceJ of bv 'h'3 SiMinte was 1 m Tin- ml -1 "'-i: 10. 00 1 toil's Of 'he -at.- Iviu th_- Kou.- h.ul un'.y 1 .-.1 .le of the Ihc Sen 't nnsscd P1.5 On the of I'll'- pe'.ch-v tl: C mi'tceofthe t'lsr- were Sal, of whk-1) 1U3 u--re Son.it.- bv Mr. to the elt'Ct :hat the D Sen >iprs woul'l come "sii-ly ands'nv 1 ne f lion hut Hiuitevl '-I-pn'iHe.in to Jo th'- The ras vifon w.is -rt to. the -5-iiate on the tariff bill H'.- ma le a cenerul Matemoat s to the effect of "je bill H-> said by aclcl'ns 'o the free list of year tho artu-Vs which the pentlin; bill placed o-i the free im. about one- half of the n-iivi-t 'i-.o'i-. countries would be absolutely free from all customs duties. That meant thai the dutiable imnorta would be diminished from 0 0 to OCK) OX) .iud that those on the free list would be iucrca--ecl to rS'55 If the nite of duty covered the entire importations, the average rate of duty would be twentv eoven par cent. As there sn an amount of importa- tions exempt fiom dutv it was to im higher duties: on of luxury and foreign fashions that required skilled labor and tnat were -o-mnncrt by who were able to support the burden, At 'he conrlusion of Mr MorriU's con- ol tbe bill by paragraphs was con- tinued. Xume-ous amendments tn the nature of n oiTered from the Pi moeratlc side were rejected by party votes. In answer to a nnestion of Mr. St'-virt. Mr Aldrl'-h stated th M revcnie under the pending bill would be ?3. Mr Carl'sle i-'fcrnnL' to a Mr Stewart th.a .ill tne tiixes collected i.n imports ia Grcu' Brit-in went into the public treasury. On the contrary -t was the opinkm of mani, fi.it in the 1 Si ites three or four times a-, inui-h the poeicets of >rivate milivulu.ils as went into the public treasury. and. tlv dicl -101 appear in the capita sf.tetn'-nt Thepoiicy of Great Britain was to .mi-fise on irMrfes not produced in th.it cmntij Tuerosu't was that the tai: did no', o'lhance the price to tli" consumer of any domestic product T1 e policy of the United uiul it u a-, still further carried out by t'i" b'll -wit-, to put '-n the ree lis't cs no; -u t'ii" cor.ntri' and to 1m p> on ,u t'Cli -i '-iinilai to those produced at homo The t'tTi'ct of -hat nl cv v-.is to increase the pr.ce of th'1 ar.u-le. Tho n tin- posr'd on Amcr'can HicludinK those re- iroai il.c e-ih.i c p ices of the tic.irtii'lesn.-. wi-il :ts ;hose that went into the treasury i wonld 111' 'h.ir, dopars per IP. T.I. He t.iuu 'hi th.it no Sen .tjr that WaeneviT an -irticle of a co-lain kind and quality w. i-> ruid sold in ihe Am'TiO in market in coiuimtition with doniustic articl s of the sa-ie nn.1 q'mlity., Jh. nrno-nt of chitr w i, added to the price of thedo.ne-t c.irln-li-. This prop, ,-r on rhallont-e-d a d dented b, o k. v. io d wh-.-ther t.ix of UTieen cunt- :x bushel on the twelve million bti'he's of potatoes imported from Canada added c> nts a Iji-Vcl to the potato crop of ihe TniU'd Sta'es Mr answ-'r W-1-, that it d d add iift'vn a bushel to the price of Amenc in potatoes sold in the im-nedi ate mirket where th" Canadian potatoes were Houl. Tlie amount o! however, was ho inconseTJent'.a! as to have no effect on the general price of potatoes in the United States. Mr. Aldrich put other ciuestions of .1 like character and a discussion was carried on at considerable length. At its conclusion the cons deration of the bill was confnued, tho dutv on chloroform beini: reduced from forty to twi-atr cents a pound A r.umner of atnon'lTients oTTed bv Demo crats were rejected and the Senate laid the bill asido. The report on the D'stnct of Co lumbia Appropr'ation bdl was discussed with out action and a! tor a brief secret session the Senate ad.ourned In the House flft-en roque-ts for leaves nf absonc" were presented but on ob jci'.ion of nicrnlifrs foarpd the miirht be left without a quorum they were passed over. The conference report on the District of Co- lumbia Appropriation bill was discussed and agreed to. The Senate irris-atioi amendment to the Sundry Civil bin was discussed without action. Momll. Sawver nicrhtand Martin of Indiana, were appointed a committee to investigate the Pension Ofllce. A Stubborn Content. to death tihe Trioi mu-der acquitted and fV-d to tho States. Fatal Roller .r.. Ind.. July day morning, at ;be -Sand st two soaA of tbe en- pine boiler "xplo-ied with yjrrif.c John Pacrh was instantly killed. Ed. Wallace, t'ne and and w.ii x C. H-, O., July The Tenth District Republican convention reassembled yesterday and balloting continued the same until the 31-Jth bal- lot, when Green withdrew from Little temporarily and gave Wallace 23, Doane IS, Hurst 4. On the 331st Green re- turned her 45 to Little, and the same deadlock continiK-d until the 341 st bal- lot, when Fayette cast 13 for s for Wallace and 8 for Doane. On the Fayette returned her 30 to Uurst. which loft the situation unchanged. Tbe convention then adjourned uniii this morning. An I'nprofltaMo Flop. OM.VHA, Xeb., -Tuly The troubles citizens of the destrovf d village. A Cincinnati detective named Hurket' was there a few cmvs and soon do Glared that, the were engaged in a eonspiracv to the town. An in dicrnation nifetinir w.m be'.d and the ex citement boi-ame so that a scheme wrv- siartf-d tolvnch him. There fore on Monday night bo taken to the woods, where a rone was placoi nround his neck. It is churned that tbe object was simplv to frighten tho fel low, but Mayor Xushautn reached tho scene of the lynching none too as the young fellow uas even then beinf "lifted." Half dead wirh fright he begged piteotisly for mercy and prom iscd to li'avetown. TWO CENTS. OF Tin: Brateil State lcul fa rlif li.ir-.ivtorUt.it u- Irliixc AN INN Dptatlii iif ;i Itcvoili. hv H Coi.i-.Miii-s. 0 Julv Wei- mer. who. with her father and mother, was arrested s nne weeks ago, charged with the murder of Mairsrio's illegiti- mate babe, has made a confession charg ing her mother with rhu murder. She says before hor mother wanted her to tike laudiinum m.i'on y. A V.it..-c of the was I'aptai'i T.Umin s ih consist'-d of :m-H red shirts fin! ;ly to tlio teeth. Ti.i.iuu spoUo wic! lu.- ti'rniptinn hi c! .1 pi" MI-.V in
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