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   Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1890, Salem, Ohio                               PHE SALEM DAILY NEWS. SALEM. OHIO, MONDAY AUGUST 4. 1890. TWO CENTS. Vit nesses of Kftnim- tlu> Last Act in the be 1'Iayed tli.' I omiriiin.i of sin Injunction I tin- Coiu- imita- I attend the murderer, ubout it COL. CLAYTON'S Report of the Majority of the Committee oo Kognrdinic This Celebrated Case. A iv -.rim r. t i -to i-i exjept i- 1 iv T u >t: shall be T i are iuuiea- ,ns issued it.io'1 ill take Ml concerning of iKir-tpunfmorit on ac- iriit.il lition of the i :i injunc- jut :i_rai'ist the- warden, -ion r.Tirnod from Xew iday morning. On the n were, reporters from New u-k papers, but lie i inforui.iTion to any of tnat the dynamo >ri'if" and that there is 110 nnilv a will not take place this interest in the event nf reporters who ;o ni.-k 'ip v, h.itinforma- ile when it is OTor. Tho a.lniit two persons con- ho pru.ss associations to edition. They will so in the jnrv. None of tho cnti'ivos of individual li be admitted to the jail One Xew York evening itform twenty feet from :i pole directly piison A longdistance will connect the watcher li tho ollke of his paper HI- can nothing1, it walls of the n I'niO'i company lue in th freight bui'd- Yoric Central railroad, the prison, on tho ia, ii-ve.1 for tiio iriuiis fpflintr here among i- bwn interested in the b..j.nninj that the exo- 1 his feeling c to th.- fa-c that thoro i inv tle'avs in tho cast. Aug. majority report of the House Committee on Elec- tions upon the Ciriyton-r.reekenridge contested and the Republican contestant, is and ready for submission to the House. No earnest attempt, the report says, to aid in bringing ton's rm.nlc'i-c-rs to justice was over ir-i.lo by t'..e ,ns.i-: authorities, Keferring '.o the killing of the negro deteetho Smita. who in- vestigating the b.iuo'-bux UK-ft. and of (Jeorge llontU-v, a "jruthtir of U. T. lientlov, v. v.iv. txU-d of br-ing i one of tho it s.: -s I'.out- I ley at the nvgoilating-.M'.h tho I 1'inkertons lo evulence ami expose 1 the sruilty parties, when he was sail to i have been acwdeu'. illy by rother. hile there was no direct of rimin-ttion in the killing of Ik-ntley, it as unfortunate, the icport says, that tiese two killings occurred while the ictims were about to irive evidence to 'inkerton's detectives. Continuing, ae majority say: "'No reasonable ox- lanation of the murder appears, except hat some of the ballot-box thieves, nding the taking of testimony pro- ressine. killed Colonel Clayton to sup- ress the investigation. No other mo- ive is possible.'' The necessity, the report says, for the nactment of some law which will pre- ent ballot-box stealing and murder rom conferring a prima facie title to a eat in Congress, is evident from the re- ult in this contest. Bad State of Affairs in Clearfield County, Pa. a nil Catholics at Swords' Poiucs aud Serious Trouble is Feared. u >ui; Hi- ha ly b.-hcves th.it male every prep- sometnincf extraordi- will nut the sentence There U tbonrrht to bo thr- at the last minute be ablo tiii'-uon from one of tnc supremo Court to prevent dynamo. mis made no move though, and the opinion of or- is that every legal c-n exhausted. This or f Kernmlcr's sanity is all -ihly intervene to prevent ncm As to the latter, o conic in contact with wily of lato are reticent, lot to jfive much stories which have been if "hat Tvemmler is losing clone in Iowa. la., Aug. disastrous svor the central part oi ity yesterday, unroofing >wing down coal chutes, as preceded by a slight arrival was unannounced uiual phenomena which torm. At Otho, a smal >n the Minneapolis St. al chutes and roofa were nd treos uprooted. Tele- nunication with Otho is 1 it is impossible to ge At Kalo the mills were ground and cars blown t. >le Wcnther for f. Aug. The signa crop bulletin for the pas unfavorable weather fo generally throughout th  noc- essary in rioarficld when the cases are tried in c" irt. to protect, the citizens and A days ago a funeral was heldin the Clearfield church. The Protest-nil relative of the deceased, when leaving the church placed his hat upon his head while The vestibule. The orlifiatinT priest-, knocked the hat off with an umbrella, remarking- "he would teifh him how to behave in the holy church." MILITIAMEN IN TKOUBLE. on an Editor Followed by the Ar- rott of Riotous O., Aug. ex- citemer.t prevailed here Saturday night I over the arrest of twenty-seven of Com- pany D, of Wooster, in camp with the Eighth regiment, on a peace proceed- ings warrant sworn out by Robert P. Skinner, editor of the Independent, and It was feared that a conflict would be precipitated between tho civil and mili- tary authorities. The AYooster boyl took otTc-nse at something in tb.0 Inde dendent and failed in three attempts tc humiliate the editor by trying to toss him in a canvas fly. The Massiiloncom pany rescued Skinner during tho third assault Saturday evening, but be woundod over the eye by a bayonet it the meieo, hence the warrant. The bovs wre by tin police force to the mayor's -e at Sunday morninir, two coinpaniei with guns accompanying tiu-m from feni of an attack by A settlement was eiTi CUH! by three uf the AVooster COtnpanv pleading iruiltv, payintr ?-0 costs and ir'.vinir each to keep the peace- toward Mr. S inner forever. LATEST NEWS ITEMS. by Vroiu all 1'arti of The World's Fair Bill May be Vetoed By Governor Fifer, of Illinois, on Ac- count of Its Alleged Uncousti- tutioualitv. MONDAY. The Turkish yi. called o: rein- near Two Men Killed anil a Injured bjr a Arrested for Criminal HANXIUAI., Mo., Aug. crowded passenger coach on tne St. Louis Han- nibal railroad was telescoped in a col- lision with a switch engine Saturday afternoon. Tbe baggage car of the pas- senger train was driven nearly through the coach. colored men, David Hummers and Harry Letcber, of New London, were killed outright. Frank Dorter, colored, had both legs cut off and has since died. Robert liwthora, a wakoir.an, had both legs broken. The others injured were: John Leeper, of Trankford, right arm broken; colored, New London, badly )ruiseil about the head; Miss Allen, of New London, severe bruises and in- ured internally. A number of passen- gers were slightly injured. The engineer of the switch engine, Tongate. was arrested imme- diately after the accident, charged with criminal carelessness. The passenger train was just stopping at the station when run into with great force by tho snitch, engine. AN AVALANCHE OF HAIL. Trrrilir Sfrtn In airc to property fit from to Rtrni, Minn., Aug most terrific wind and hail storm ever experienced here visited this section about Sunday forenoon. The win- dows tho west and north side of every building in the village and for miles on either side, in tho country, are broken. The storrn was about four miles wide and about ten miles long. All uncut srrain in its path isa total loss. The hail, in instances as large as txens' eggs, covered the ground for sev- eral inches. The loss is estimated from to Hogs were killed and hundreds of chickens perished. In some instances tho pieces of ice were driven with such force as to pierce through the roofs of buildings. Heavy by Incendary DASSVILLK. N. Y., Aug. two o'clock Sunday morning an alarm of fire was sounded and tho whole of the Dansvillc fire department turned out. Tbe ftre was found to be in an unoccu- pied bnilding on State street, which was consumed. While there the de- paftment received word that the White- man paper mills were on fire. The larfre two-story building belonging to the company was burned to the ground. Loss. 8150.000; insurance 3113.000. It is and are now a mass of ruins. mill i A-.r. vio- the season pre- Three dwelling of the town '.'.rhinine and totally rayed for nearly was the tvj sf.a-.oTi. ;he thermoin- ZOOtoiosia the shade. J-1 serious of "P to taidnight. was the largest in Wisconsin and had a capacity of barrels dav. The origin of the fire is sappo-vd to hare been spontaneous thoagfc tbere was no appreciable f.vp'iosion. Tbe is irj.vjr.ince aboul one-half. Aiiff. .1. L. leeso yesterday   his heels and tho watchman shot him in tbc back. Al- mond died last nigat. Menyieese is under arrest- believed both firos were origin.___________ of iacendian The Proposed LocUlntlon Would Extend Which Can Not bo Granted. SpurxriKiKi.n, 111., Aug. is groat danger of tho World's Fair bill being- vetoed. Grave doubts of the con- stitutioualitv of some of its provisions arc ontertaini-d by Kxeoutivc and tlio bill may fail to Ooroino a law after alV Thi; utioiril nucsiion I involvd is simply Tne j has deciar.-J that submerged lands muy I be rilled and roi-lanuod and mod by tho city of Chicago for a park. any part thereof shal! bi> used for any other purpose the whole -shall ri-vi-rt to the Stato. In orivf. u creates a new park and a way uio title to such submerged land as m.iy be reclaimed, tho same the property of the State. amendments are not, it is cldimed, within the i-urviuw of the call, which would seem to contemplate logisla' ion giving to the Worlds Pair only tne uso of public grounds of either State, city or park for purposes of the fair. The amendment passes a title with certain resirirtions and creates a now park, a pionosition not involved by the call, and neither is it included in the title to the bi'l. and the courts ot the State have hfld timo and again that but one subject, shall be included in an act and that shall bo evpri'-sso 1 in its title. Speaker Cochr.in has not yet signed the bill, but will probably do so to-day, when it will be sent to the (iovernor for his approval. If Ciovonior Fifcr is forced to vor.o the bill it is understood that he will no: reconvene the Legisla- ture, but will allow tho matter to be re- introduced m th" Gen- eral Assembly forcing the in Art .cu-.i. Tin1 nun nd'nu .igj's in (ii'rm.iny 'n.ss alt.iiA woods along thu I'spii'ial.; -Mayvnci. A Ki-.glish HMUMUN uas just jomplcu-d tin- "f -lio I'lkhorn mine, in .li-lVi-sou Moiiiaua. The pricn i> .-MMi.CUO. twoho years, lied at M. H.iMulai, Now Vork, iocrutly, v I: x Ho was biuon di.rin.-tn. l.rt of M.ty. At Chi'Mrii, M who as on ir.a'i i" ivr in.', in i to lmn_> in a At On-.ana, Ni-'i.. t ills XViTt' ;lv recently. Loss .100. S. 11. Utk-ir-l was Mrui: >f uooiis ami ktiiii-krd wut ol i POLITICS. Two .Hen FutJiIly Dii-itiir Aflntv Hctlinif on of no l-lrct ion. Utah, Aug. ex- Clloment running high in Ogden and vicinity. As a result of the bitter feel- ing engendered, a serious affray oc- cnrred Saturday in which C. 1C. Emer- son, John ILtmor, a brother of tho can- didate for county recorder, and James Jriftin were shot, ('-riflin and I lamer fatally. The men met in a well-known sporting resort where heavy beta were being made on tho corning election. Several thousand dollars had been staked when a quarrel arose over a bet that had been made. Oritiin attempted to shoot an employe in the county clerk's ollico. but liamor inter- fered, when Orillin shot him twice. Griffin was shot in the abdomen, and Emerson caught a bullet in tho foot. No one knows who fired the lust two shots, but it is supposed to have been tho negro porter, who fired indiscrim- inately into the crowd when the affray commenced. Ho has boon arrested. Texns Fever Among Kansas Cnttlo. WICHITA, Kan., Aug. fever is spreading with alarming rapidity among the cattle in Butler and Elk counties. Some weeks ago about cattle were taken to those two counties and represented to be from Arizona. An investigation has shown that they were brought from the Pan-Handlo and Greer County, Texas, and this fact has greatly enraged the owners of native cattle. Two men were killed two days ago in a dispute over matter and more bloodshed is almost certain. So far about head of cattle have died. JACK'S C tnoilH for ;i   HID Palo Alto. Palo Alto was also tin; favorite in the fourth heat at U'.i to Summary: race, side, best '4 in in heats, trotting: Jack i Palo Alto 1 Time, '2.Hi. BASK HALL. Record of !ti t 1 WiKll It II b_j iiy u balo and I-CV-IMVIM! in- jurius. Reports COIUP nf the at Su Potersburu" of a irosh plot on thr part of tho Nihilists agaittMt the Prof. Corlowski, of the University of SU Petersburg, and a number of have been arrested in connection with the plot. Tho subject of tho Kemmler oxocu- :ion excites great interest in England, .vhorc there is a irencrul demand for the reform of some of the antiquated meth- ods of criminal procedure. At present a prisoner in a caniftl or any other criminal raso is not allowed to testify in his own defense. Tho railway men of Wales, having found that there is no hopn of thu corn- panics yielding to their demands, havo decided to enter in earnest upon thfl long throatened st-ike. Kevt Wednes- day- is the time lixod tor tho beginning of tho struggle, which promise-, to Iw bitter and prolonged. A royal xv'ii'-'1 hopn invesiigatinir the suliject, has ercsd a startling condition of attaint among tho Silesian u-oavei's and other kindred trad'--.. Tho wursi lorms of provnil. and I ie uiiserabK1. workers ar 'lescribed as l.mii'lesS vic- tims of ,111 aU'Orl'Hl-, sy il'-lll. An international confidence for purposo of fixing a common meridian ia proposed, to be held ai, K '-i.e ne-ctyear. The coiifi'roncc will also arrango a sys- tem of universal stand.if I time. Thft suggestion wlueii is likoly to be most strongly urged upon tho conference is to solfet, the meridian of Jerusalem as the tiommon one, n and Greenwich. 11 Cremated In III. Auc- four-year old Johnny Kruder was playing with matches in his father's barn in the rea of 4'2S North street, Sunday afternoon he fire to tho hav and like a flash the barn was turned into A flaming fur naco. Johnny attempted to e.scapo. but stumbled and fell and the flames burned him to a cinder. Tho fire spread to the adjoinhig property and Vforc it was put out several dwllings were destroyed. Loss insurance about Auc- afternoon Charlos tho Canirtian bridge jumper. from the tower at the Atlantic works. East Boston, into tbt water, a distance of He struck on his stomach and was killed. He had been civirsr exhibitions in city and paid that this was his last jump before to York lo jump froTn the Brooklyn Epidemtc of N. Y., AUJT- Dot- and viciniiy tnere is xa epidemic of of fifty been and half deaths have occurred- Six members of one family ttricken with FAT.I.-. S. D. Aur. vio- lent storm occurred here Sunday morn- ing and while lasting only sovea sjin atcs cause Sr.o.O'JO damage. Hail inches in circuiafcrenc' weigrae-4 ten pounds. -Tn.st prior the storm the wind blew sixty-Sv o Hall Trirre. BrFFAt.o. X. Y.. 3.000 and people assembled at th H (.'luvl.tml it. Now York 2. At Chicago -Bost n Ch cafto I. At t'rt-Vnirph U llrooklyn fl. At Phil.iclulplnn Cincinnati 11. I.F.AOI'K. At Uosto.i HufTalo 7. At Cleveland -I'hilaOclphiu Cleveland 0. At Pittsburgh .'I. Pittsburgh 11. At New York H Chicago AMERICAN At :i Athletics 0. At Toledo 4. Brooklyn 9. At Louisville H, SyruciiioO AtRochestcr-St. Louis 5. Kocnunter 4. SUNDAY GA.MB8. At Athletics 7. Colurnlm.sS. At New Brooklyn 2, Toledo 9. Alfttbitfnu'ft Election. MOXTOOMKRY, Ala.. Aug. 4. To-day the State election in Alabama takes place. The indications point to an in- creased Democratic majority. A suc- cessor to United States Senator T'ugh will be chosen by tho Legislature elected to-day. Governor Thomas Seaj and ex-Governor Thomas II. Watts are candidates and Senator Pugh will run for re-election. AH bjr Woman. Ky., Aug. 4. Peter Duf- fy and Tlenry Krause were fatally cut late Saturday night by Al. Bush. The three quarreled about a woman with whom J3ush was walking and T'.ush was greatly angered. He suddenly drew a knife. The other two ran, but Mush overtook them separately and slashed them so severely that neither can re- cover. Ilrothcrhoo'l Weakening. CINCINNATI, Aug. 4. The signirvj of Latham by the local League tearn has created a commotion. President Stern is already in receipt of telegrams from two other Jlrothfrhood men asking for places and received hero from an authoritative source declare three of the Xew York Brotherhood team have asked to taken b_ck. Fatal AITrny. Ga., Ang. 4. About mid- night Saturday L. Pattillo. traveling correspondent and asrent of tho Aagusta Chronicle, and C. P. Hudson, a dry goods salesman, enjrajjod in a shooting affray at the Arlington Hotel. Hudson was killed outright and Pattillo is wounded seriously. A fanfily trouble in which a lady figured is said to be the caase. Too Much Kisnyrttf, 5. Y.. Aug. -Tbe wife of Alderman Cbristop.Vr Shoder, of this city, fonnS dead at her home Sun- day afteraoon. She bad taken a of laudanum, but whether from accident or not yet known. llottcKt of I IK- MIC, Aug was tho hottest day of tin- t'iu tliermorue- tor rogisterdd at one o'clock in tlm afternoon. A number of p'.-ostrntious were reported bv th" nnlicc city urea. Aug. Avirey nn-osai -1 horn Saturday night for robbing mo juwelry store of Norton a; I'-lnversville. N. Y., on tho night of li. Ho an.This pala, who havo nor, yetlx-en c-apturud, secured about -j-i.uuo worth of jewelry. THE .MAKKKTS. V T lti ui. M d -Io M v-C "s HK. AII r .1 r.ue was :i pi r c. tit. 'u -ti-.idy I'o-stfil :ur sixty day- iim! il alS .lflU, ao- for Ou UovuniHu.n' hrjncls cl'isc.l s us.ily. Currency (isutll'l: Is, (.iv.ipon a! flo at Ci.iovhi.ANn. Country madt lu'tl. Minnesota patent lit Minnesota spr 11- at M SO. N'O fttl nt fltc. No. 3 r-d ut We. Hlgli m tt'> o'u. wcsU-ni yullow at r.lc. Xo. mixed at 4 'v, Xo a at 44c. No 1 mixed at Kancy cro.imery at lOc ditlry at 120. New York :U '.'c, Oliio at t'c. Strictly ut We. at per bushel. NEW YOIiK, Aug. i-Ki-oUH-llcavy and City mill at M.KXbt.ffi, superllno ut K.ay fine jt Stemly and (stroiiK- No. 2 red -winter kt SKC.JC. September kt October al itfHc. No. at September No 2 mixed at 4c, Aurtst at September 45c. PORK-MOSS at at Ortolvr at crcamTV f.ir.cy at Western lint nt i Western -i CHICAGO. at'JIUa, September A'Jtniit ut September at 17 V. ut M'-ftr. Sept'.mb'jr Aupustal 10. ember ut !H. -XX LAHO-A'icruMl :it v, at KW. A JCTISI at 5-' 21- at TCI.F.HO. Aue 1 Finn and blRTier. Cash at at 9i5iC. September al AcV.ro urt'J firm. C.isb :U 4-t'Jc. .Sepvrr.bcr at Svna-. Aufj'J'- Aa ruf-A'-a Auy. 2 CATT5 f 'J'jrr.oraJ- (T-.'-'C'i 'O ;it at 4f> .in. I XI ft an-1 rr.K.d at catt'.e :it Market 1'K- k.v.T hoiry V '3 Ji_-ht skips at Weak Natives r.: at t? Te-ans at BcrFAt.o. Sf-s'jy. SHEEP A5r. actire. Choice W cofxl Choice lo extra at to choice at Vt. Steady. Mediurr." bc.iry and hcavr York' n tl.Qn. ligtt at 83.4VS1 pigs at iTVxS3.Su. EAST Acr. C all llirocsrh co Market fair. comniOQ M rT at. i li I Hills iijtint rim Mi i; t HI il Wlm jsa "m H .t) %mn 
                            

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