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   Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1890, Salem, Ohio                               rHE SALEM DAILY NEWS "1J1 '_ ____________________ II. NO. 180. SALEM. OHIO, FRIDAY AUGUST 1. 1890. lor the Odd iij at Chicago. nil be a Red Letter the History of tie Order. nipletvi! for A Grand Dls- r 1'omp. a Gonjeous >iiterr-iuf of Cluvalric ir. following i3 .no pr.iirnuiime for the Patriarchs Militant and r.-iennai demonstration week: Sunday, incom- i will bo mot an headquarters, every morning iiiiv'Ung th'-ir work in Bat- iifti-raoon except I.- l.i'c fr'-nt competing it il.iiin-i will drill. Ac i paradc-.s i i'id ooioTt in the park. MILT trip military council i tin Auditorium Hotel, rails-linn will have- his M niilav night the Re- .ircsi f I'hiiMCO will hold Ms-ing Odd Fellows. '.ac i! will i HI rhe parlors of the evening, 'ark. which be bril- atcil. there will take docoiation of chivalry, ,j.U' .v  tho lav.a of California., Florence had established her claim to Blythe's pa- ternity, the latter having orally and in writing acknowledged her as his child. About IIui-Hso.-i's Clip i- May Aug. B. Har- rison, in speaking to a reporter yester- day about the Cape May cottage, said that when tho parties visited Washing- ton with the deed of tho cottage the President declined to accept the gift, but told the would-oe donors that as they had prepared the cottage for the family ho would arrange for them to go there, and would determine later whether to rent or buy the cottage. Mrs. Harrison was so pleased with the cot- tage after occupying it that the Presi- dent decided ty buy it and did so. A Southern Trajtcily, Mfss., Aug. city was thrown into great excitement .yes- terday by the firing of fifteen shots near the Delta bank. On reaching the spot- Walter Stodard was found lying on the sidewalk dead and J. D. Money, a promi- nent planter and brother of ex-Congress- man Money, was sitting on the curb- stone, shot in the leg and a flesh wound in tho other, botli wounds being below the knee. The trouble grew out of charges of corruption made against the city government and illustrated by a local artist._______________ Completed Paylric for the Koail. PHILADELPHIA, Aug. Penn- sylvania Railroad Company yesterday paid the State which was tbe last instalment due on account of ttio purchase of the main line of their road from the Stats. The main line was pur- chased in 1857 for something over the railroad company stipulat- ing to pay for it in yearly instalments By this payment the rail- road company gains a clear title to the property. Financial Chaoft and LONDON, Aug. Times' Buenos Ayres special says t'-at financial chaos and anarchy reign bill postponing tho payment of bills one month, passed by tbe Chambers, requires the Presi- dent's signature before becoming law. The notaries refuse to protest bills on the ground that a state of siege existed. Great pressure is being applied to com- pel President Celman to resign. S'ow Progress Made by the Senate In Con- sidering tbe Tariff Bill, Which May Urajf Alonir for Tet. T7ASHINCTOS, Aiisf. Yesterday j normnsjMr. Dates, of Alabama, aa a question of privilege, offered a resolution for the gation of the charges of corruption in rouneo- lion the passage of the Silver bill, against the members of the House, contained in a re- I cent editorial !n the National Economist. Mr. Ou'es said tho.t v.-h-.-n a cliarge of this kind was made ;i respectable journal it was worth investigation. Mr. Cannon, of Illinois contended that if sm-h c'-ar'.'s w-pr.; miuio sne.-idi1, by some f> sustain them, it I would bo well to into -.he icdttcr. but under I th.- cire.itn-tiinces thcv wore uaworthv of no- j tice l .Mr. of O'lip. thou.'ht that if tho i ce ot the matter nt all it -boultl b- s..-it t0 IVn-ticallv it was no ctiuixe. Mr. Rogers of Aritar.s is -n-d that it was generalU th-n f-.e Sp-nknr p --seel ni! the hills in the House the churye was an one against the Spea- er ant the re.solutlon ought to br adopted. The Speaker decided the motion was not a privileged one. Tn doing so, he these para prnphs tf-c're constantly about in the newspapers of the country. They were of ihanu-ter and mad? no statement upon which anybody could be exnected to predicate a belie or a conviction. The House would be put to great Inconvenience if nny member ha-1 the on the production of a paragraph like this to demand an investigation Mr Ontes appealed from the decision, which, however, was sust-iined by rote of (ft to 71 The House thon w -ut into Committee of the hole ou the Senate amendments to the Sun dry Civil Appropriation bill, aud discussion of the iiTi clause renewed. The irryntion amendment was (Ms cussed at length und non-coucurrecl in. The House however, without ordering a conference on the bill Senate at ten o'clock but with few members present Mr Gorman at once raised ihe question of a quorum. A roll call showed on'.y thirtv-two Senators present, hut camp in .ind a quorum was pr-scnt An executive communication from Swptary N'nbie. e .clos''n- a lonp letter from Vow ell. director of tho sr'-ologicul survov on the subject of irrigation and aurvev site's, lieforu and Mr Gorman asked to li ive it rc.id Alter the clerk had part of the letter objection came from the Re- nnhHmn side of the o'lamber to de-laying public business bv rra'lirg a communication that i c mid bo iiri :ted imil.n..; before fat- members i to-morrox> Th ed to a ?ion about pr nf.ncr siu-h doeuruents in the lU-conl a-i-1 u inn n-0.-'.s Mi. Uoiman and >'r. Thu Scsnatp then deonl.-! that tho dnLMimftit should not be -eai. :-ir Free m-ule a state ment in relation tu th" R' and r.irbor bill to the fleet that n of a eo 'ferenc" b" i.jo- o: forme-co and Ft the b.' hn t.ikep. up on Friduy next he conference report cm the Dis- trict of Columbia Appropriation bill was then t.iketi up, disL-ussrKi for some t me and agreed Cons-.de-a'ion o' tarIT bill was then re- sumed, tin- un licorice paste whi-- t'lo civnit'.-p nra-nilmont re- duced fn.in to cents per pound Four of the b 11 havj IK thus been d's posed ot, all the co-nnrtte- -imond "cnts being .itfreua to, the Senate nfter a st-ite mcntbv Mr. Blair that by a calculation which he had made, the bill v.ould be disposed of at the present rate of pi ogress by tho L'Oth of next Disastrous Conflagration Uradtlofk, Psu at Forty-one Frame Dwellings Destroyed by the A Gremt Welt Strurk. KIXRSVIT.I.K, Ont.. Aug. Wed- nesday afternoon gas was struck here at a depth of 900 feet and ihe flow is now estimated at 20.00fi.000 cubic feet a daj. The roar is deafening and when tho vein was struck tbe drills were thrown high in fhe air and for ten minutes rocks and dirt carne out. There is great rejoicinr in KSnrrsrilip and the gas ferer teturned with a vens-fance. AMEUICA'S GA3IE. Chronicle of Bull Cnmeg Among the Leading Prott-silcmjiH. Following are the scores of Thurs- day's games: NATIONAL T.EAOrK. At Bos ton 1, Chicago 4. At Indianapolis-- Cleveland C, Isew York 5. 4P5 At Philadelphia 6, Cincin- nati ten innings. A MP.RICAX As.SOCI VTIOX. At Columbus 9, Athlet- ics lo. At New Toledo 4, Brooklyn 0. At Louisville S, Rochester 3. Pr.AYKUs' LEAGUE. At Boston 2, Buffalo 5. At Philadelphia 12 Cleve- land G, At New York 3. Chicago L At Pittsburgh Brooklyn 1, burgh 18. _ Charged With Arson. NKW YOKK. Aug. Hyman Silver- man, proprietor of a small dry goods store in Jersey City, was arrested yes- terday. charged with setting fire to his store Wednesday night. Silverman had an insurance of 8500 on worth of goods. The building was complete- ly gutted and a number of families sleeping in the upper tenement rooms were rescued with great difficulty. All of thoir effects were burned. A Sm.irt .fury. Md.. Ang. 1. Great oxcitement exists here, caused by the supposed murder of a colored woman. Hannah Ford and her husband quar- reled and went to live in separate houses. Hannah threatened to lay her husband out. He knocked her down called for some men to take her home. She wai found to be dead, but the jury of inquest decided that sho lied from unknown causes. The Sufferers ai-e Nearly All ol the Steel Works aud the Upon Them With Crushing PiTTSuriJWH, Pa., Aug. dwelling houses wore destroyed by fire in Braddock yesterday afternoon be- tween the hours of two and six o'clock, and more than 300 persons were for the time being rendered homeless. The fire hroke out in a stable on Washington street. ,A strong wind carried the flames both sides of the street until more than two blocks of buildings were burned. Tho houses were all frame structures and in a few moments the fire was beyond control. The high wind carried the burning shingles loner dis- tances, and at one time furious llamas were burning in five different places, threatening tho lower part of the town, near the steel works, with destruction. The burgess telegraphed to this city for assistance. Two fire engines were ordered to the scene, but their services were not required. The bouses were nearly all owned and occupied by em- ployes at the Siuel works and the fami- lies of laborers. Very little of their household effects wore saved. Late last evening all of the homeless had been provided with temporary lodging places. To-day Manager ic-hwab, of the steel works, will begin the erection of houses for his employes on the fire-swept dis- trict. The loss on buildings and house- hold goods will aggregate The insurance is estimated at No serious accidents are reported, A GENERAL TIE-UP. take Will StNke for an Increase of WHKC-S mid of Their Union. CmrAGO. Aug. morning will inaugurate a sailors' strike involving every species of sailing craft on the lake svstetn. Not a sailing vessel will leave any port on any of the lakes, and just as fast as that are now out make their appearance they will be ad- ded to the list of "tted-up." The pros- pective strike is due to a demand on the part of the Seamen's Union for an in- crease in wages after August 1 to S2 for sailors and Sl.TS for bargemen, and a further demand that every man on ship- board under the rank of captain shall be a member of the union and shall bo shioped from the Soamen's Union head- quarters by vessel owners. The Vessel Owners' Association refused the de- mand. Tho only possibility of its fail- ure to materialize will be a square back- down on the part of one or the other of the interested factions. Two Made to Wreck a Train Near from a Terrible Wreck. BOSTON, Aug. Two attempts were made Wednesday evening to wreck tho Pullman train of the Boston Maine road, known as tho "Flying as it was passing through Chelsea. Just before it was due at the Eastern avenue crossing three men reported to Flagman Smith that they had found a tie on tho track and thrown it down the bank. In a few minutes the train came rushing down the track and stopped near the crossing, dropping a slcepor which it had struck near tho Forbes bridge. It had carried the sleeper a quarter of a mile, striking and splinter- ing the ties and tearing up the roadbed at intervals. The engine was only slightly damaged. The polico are in- vestigating the matter and greatly de- sire that the three men who reported an obstruction should communicate with them. The train consisted of seven well filled cars and it was run- ning with great rapidity when it met the obstruction. Doings of in Othet Cities of the State. JEALOUSY AND JHVKDEK. Tde GreiMi-Kyotl Wood- chopper tu Shoot Ills of thi- Pa., Aus. mi.ih Miller, u woodchopper who lived in a cabin on North .Mountain, about eight onies from bore, shot and mortally wounded his wife Wednesday and then killed hinisolf. Miller, his wife and nine children lived in an out-of-the-way plaoo on the mountain and earned a scanty living by wood in tho valley towns. On the woman's return from one of hor usual trips to tuwn, tho husband accused his wife of infidelity and, wo'.'Kincr himself into a passion, seized his shotgun and emptied the contents ot one barrel into his wife's breast. Millor thon plawo. the stock of tho n-un on the ground and iiryd the re- maining barrel imo his stomach, killing hinisolf instantly. Mrs. Miller is mor- tall-y woiindi-d c.nd can not survive. KILLED A MOTOK. Another Fiitnl in Italitin l.-iborcr's LCe frus'.-.vHl Oas' tht- Wtu-cls. Aug. Xanv- mariuo, an Italian laboivr, years old, was run over and hilled Thursday morning by an Ku-st motorcar. Xaniiivirino, with ,i iiumbvjr of other workmen, stood at a point Lake View Cemetery waiting for a to carry them to thoir place of employ- ment. tho motor came alongthev ftll made a rush to hoard it. and for unknown reason the car was not Zammurino jumped on to tho front plat- form of tho motor, but having a dinner pail in one hand, could not kepp hw hold with the other and fell under wheels, which passed over his body, al- most cunincr him in iu-o. AJI was called, but th'Mnnn as barely :ili-nv when it arrivo-l and died a few minutes later. Tho unfortunate man was bern married next week. hr Arres the rc-cea; bom- the naval fleet to manv build- sars ihat the harbor ia willing to re "ae Tror, Lake the referet to he is tbe OJppw. Conld Not on a OKo. O.. Anr- Demo- cratic convention of the Eierenth Con- gressional district adjourned last, nig-ht a Murdered KT., Aug. morning Pet'-r McCrearj. r.igbt watch- man at. St. Louis Cemptery, in a fit of rage, called at tbe residence of-lohn and calling Annie Staken. 3. pretty servant girl to door, shot her in the head with a revolver, inflict- ir.r a. mortal tvor.nd. Ue then fired two i bullets into his His -wounds are not considered fatal. Totnl A-jy. A diipatch was and disappointment pref ailed ansong the leaders. on West Rocks, off by Fire. CmcAco, Ang. 1. Aa explosion of tnili dost followed bj a flre. in tbe malt of Kftelj Compatijai fettago Grove ttreet last caused a loss of WO.OW. one was injured, and tbe WM control Hoiyhead. on tbe English coat. The vessel and cargo are a total loss. Tbe itairj and crew were saved. Hot Atoac o'clock Tbars- lay afternoon signal monieter recorded fcrew, wbile others wcra 96 and in tbe shade. A westerly breeze blow, tke WM ioore iateaae tbsa ttto Shot by Train TmxiDAD, Col., Aujr. i.--The Santa Fo train from the south, due here at Wednesday night, was held up by four men three miles south of Trinidad. One man stopped the train with a red lantern, and as it stopped three stepped up to the cab and bejfan firing at engineer O'Rielly. shooting-him twice through tho hand and wrist. The fire- man has a severe wound in the head. Tbe engineer put on steam and ran the train to Trinidad and on to La Junta, leaving the robbers behind. Tbe shoo ing- br-gan without a word of warning Officers are in pursuit. Kan.. Aug. is admit tod at last by all that the corn crop o :ontral Kansas is ruined. Only loca rains have fallen for over a month an the prairies are so dry that fires breal- out daily. The hay crop is an entir failure, as well as the fruit crop. A :arge acreage of wheat will be put in i t rains enough to plow. Stock is boin rushed to market in fear of lack of food The drought is considered tbe moat se vere in twelve years and there is n sign of its being broken. Hcfnue to the CokenT Scnlr. SCOTTI.AT.K. Pa., Aug. .he Knights of Labor in the coke region to the number of 2.000 men, visited the Moyer works and after a parade bold a meeting and passed resolutions to lone .heir aid to the employes of Jiainey A Co. should they .strike for tbe signing o ".be scalo. Superintendent J3rad brd, of Kainey Co.. says that the will not sign the cokcra' scale. A strike fleeting- over 000 men will likory be ordered in a few days The Skipped. Gr.orrF.srKH, Mass.. Aug. 1. Tho George W. Pierre, owned by O. D. Whitten. of Portland, arrivec Monday from tho Uanks with a load of codfish which was sold for about The vessel was fitted out on shares and Captain Atkins informed the that be would settl" with them or Wednesday mornintr. The crew wort on hand at the appointed time, but did not appear. The vessel ha' b-j'-n attached. A Iliiny In tlie Corn Market. Cmc.vi.o, Aug. excitement prevailed yesterday in tho corn pit at the opunniij ol tiie session, bispjiichi's told of the total destruction of the corn crop in We.stern ICansas. and the Cin- cinnati Price Current told of a in the total crop of bushels. Wild trades at from j to 50 cents for .Sepfmbcr were made, but the first heavy transactions were at 48 cents, and the market subsequently dropped to -IT1-: cents on reports of cooler woathcr and taius predicted in the west. KAI.TTMOP.K. An-. Patapsco surrendered the bodies of two the victims of Monday night's t catastrophe. They were- fourteen years old. of WashTnjr con. and Willie Haas, seven years old, >f :his cnj. Every one of the missing now accounted for except Laura Wooden, who is still znissinj. SAJT Atjjf. Tbe Cham- ber of Commerce of this city jesterday adopted resolutions declaring In favor of commercial reciprocity M embodied In tbe recent letter from -James G. Elaine to Senator of Maine, and reonwUng the Padflc coaat andEepnweatatiTw to file it tbek scpport. Snlvadnranx for Ar! I'.rution. NKW YOIJK, Auy. 1.--A special from tho Cicy of Jfexico says: Sonor J'ou, the confidential agont of the gov- ernment in San Salvador, says that Sal- vador is ready for arbitration of hor dis- pute with Guatemala. The Salvador- ans having boon victorious on the bat- tlefield, feel that they have upheld the dignity of thnir country, and, while still prepared for fight, are willing to agree to an honorable peace. A CaiiHdlnn Warned. VICTORIA, B. C. Aug. 1. Word has been received from the captain of tho British schooner Ariel that ho was boarded by an ofliccr from the American cutter Rush, who presented a copy of the President's proclamation to the cap- tain of the Ariel, and warned and ad- vised him to got out of i'ehring Sea, stating thatlastyoar'sprogramme would be carried out this season and all ves- sels caught sealing would be seized. IK-i-nllcd a Itork. ST. PAUL, Minn, AUL'. Wednesday night a freight train ran into a largo rock that had rolled down from a blufl near Diamond Bluff station, on the Chi- cago, Burlington it Northern railroad, derailing the engine and wrecking seven or eight cars. A brakoman, Will- iam Woodward, was so badly injured that he died, and three or four tramps who were stealing a ride were also more or less injured. ST. Car Stiopi Louis. Aug. Kire. Tho extensive plant of the Missouri Car and Foundry Company was partially destroyed by fire Wednesday night. Loss, SiVWO; par- tially insured. About feet of dry lumber were destroyed. This was the fifth time tho shops have been on fire in two months. IVonM Pontpone I.oirlnlfttlon. WAPHixfjTOjr, Aug. Mr. Sanford, of New York, yesterday introduced in tho House a joint resolution declaring that it is tho sense of Congress that islation touching upon the subject of the duties upon sugar and molasses shoulr] be postponed until the next session of Congress. A Koriil Man-Inge. _VIKNNA. Aug. The Arcbdiichcs.' Valerie, the daughter of Fran- cis Joseph, was married j-esterday to Archduke Francis. Sal vator in the parish ibarch at Ischi in the presence of the Emperor and Empress. Many court dignitaries from Vienna were present. Re-election Donf.tfnl. LITTLE ROTK, Ark., Aug. Congress- man Breckearidgo has been renomi- nated by tbe Democrats at Searcj. It conceded by the Democrats that Breckenridjre's election is doubtful, while the Republicans claim he will be defeated. SlUCIDtil) IX A HOTEL. A Strange Wonvtn antS !it l.lin.H. LIMA. O., Aug. nisrai a stmnse woman, rog-istering simply Miss Hollo Carter, put up at the Miirnort Housp. having arrived from tho oast. About four o'clock Thursday morning the clerk heard meanings coming frore her room and, bursting the door open, found hor breathing her List. A bottls of strychnine, partially empty, lying by hor side, told tho story. Tho only thinjt on her person that might lo.id to hac identity was a check for hoi- wnich came from Jamestown, N. Y. .V 
                            

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