Salem Daily News, August 6, 1890

Salem Daily News

August 06, 1890

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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1890, Salem, Ohio PHE SALEM DAILY NEWS. II. NO. 184. SALEM. OHIO, WEDNESDAY AUGUST 6. 1890. TWO CENTS. rry Has His in Debate es the Pending Bill as of the Mo- nopolists. Mr. of Attach Upon the Naval Speaker Heed. VJg 9 Berry wlth a sPeech oc of :an.T legislation. He de- inr. question bad been settled election. The peo- i !n favor ol the pro- ut ra'.her In favor of the party a for revenue only, fie i lite Ferialor from Kansas. witi the p -ople he represented .ind trusted the people so.- ho-.v (UsrogarUul o' ,a FastiTP. States were, as that J. to' have a more kindly feeling >n of the South, who were like .r.-rs under '-be pending b'li. icn Ji'iK measure generally he i bill of pret-.-useo, neitncr -JOT 12 as purpose. It pro it increased them. c'.uties on imports, but it lv unequal. responded to Mr. Berrv ie ili.-comfort which he always Senaio-- dU'su-s a subject 1n lie laid so smail aa amount of 'on M thut Senator evidently t- the subjf.-ct of protec- >r Mr Berry s information an Fort la Messenger. condition 61 the furraer and t and ten years ago. and show- vie1 ion '.liat has t-ikcn place m jlu and aj? ricuHnral implements commodities within tUat doc- nm! stone schedule was unfln- rof amendments proposing to m tie? rates. oJtered by tfie rcje.'tfrt Tio metal schedule id th--- of an re') bv Mr. Morgan to admit P nif .'d'ourSed. Senator ill in opposition to the pending rKln'.cy. fro1" the Committee t as a substitute for the Cum- i a the Sec vi for the In- cu at the K'.uerv y yard. In t-soluf.oD. Mr. Cummings said Bfease of public morality and h had l-eesi menaced by a high L'he order IncrcHistnij the fO'Ca yinl looked as though the executive power for partisan on the fact that cer- e KittT ya'd hod been and that the ''liainnan of the ival Aflalra (Mr Lioutelle) hud for lli repair in the tion Hi eo.r.encied that inter st of prooJ government, hv vio cons'ruct ttie shops. the Xnvy bad orlored an in- re m tae Klttery yard to recon- and to repair "the ih'la a-oiRe- -v of tti- N'avy-had stated that j', uot ot rooalr. f Maine said that "he felt like ev for -inswrermg the remarka- on that had boea made by the NT Von? ThP :rc'itlcmn.n a had worked himself of excitement over the fact arr of the vy had really pos- hood to obey the mandatory In- gress. Mr said, offered by f foun led on a cUrosological th? t-li ct ons neutrally were r. the Congressional elections Tic September, so that if hou'-lu'l men transported to 1 not one of thorn could have er Reed. In concluding, Mr. ed that in justice to his col- he rtp-lred to say. aftor all from New York had o'vn bosom over the alleged Cillery yard ra the Interest of u the Trcatest majoritv ever B Rjed was243'3 over his nrnt nnd 1.628 majority in 1888, 'rd a.id been packed by a Dem- ration. The resolution Iowa, submitted the majority Hnyton-Bre'c'.cenHdge election 'it, wh ch declares the seat red printed and laid over The i'ito Conr.rruee of the Whole "llci TC-y bill, but without dis- committee rose and the House MUKDEKER KE3MDMLEK. Electrocatlon for A About the TO BAR TH A RECOUNT If ECE8SABT. )UAL i BOOKS. dealers for Selling Llter- to be Itnpurn. Yesterday raorn- th a warrant issued by of the Tombs police ntondent Britton, the he Enforcement of the arrested Patrick Far- of the American Nowg two of his clerks. The arraigned before Justice ire paroled in the custody sel until tbls morning, inallon will be had. books the sale of which the action ot tne aociety, tzer by Tolstoi; oau by Alexander e "Devil's by Jhich are by the society osceno publications. Aug. ft. _A mcotlnfrof S- Miller Co., of New- lers in fertilizers, whose has already 'He, was hold hero Tues- the firm made of its condition. It o liabilities of the house their assets aggre- Vl- It was resolved to extension of four Piece Work Wanted. 3. FELLOWS. Fifty Thousand Visitors Already In Chl- 5'rir.o DrilN Commenred. CHICAGO, Aug. About fifty thou- sand visitors, including l.idies. have so far arrived in the city to participate in the Odd Fellows' cantonment. Nearly all the preliminaries were completed yesterday, so General Underwood and his assistants were able to devote them- selves to the pleasant duty of receiving friends and renewing acquaintances made at Los Angeles two years ago. Every train coming in brought one or more cantons, each numbering from fif- teen to fifty men, exclusive of officers, and every department commander and staff officer is now on the ground. Yes- terday the crack cantons, classed as A in the com petition schedule, began their prize drill in the inclosure opposite tuw Auditorium. Class A is composed of prize winners in former contests. A Terrible Explosion. DEXVKB, Col., Aug. 0. Another ex- plosion occurred hero last evening. J. D. Gorrell, clerk in Mitchell's pharmacy, went into the cellar. On reaching the foot of the stairs bo struck a match, when six ten-gallon cases of benzine ex- ploded with terrific force. The front of the building was blown into the street and a customer standing by the door was hurled twenty feet and badly bruised. Gorrell was blown out of the cellar. lie was found a few minutes later wandering in the alley in a de- mented condition. He can not recover. The building was burned. Bitten bj TArnntnlft. OMAHA, Neb., Aug. Robert Brown, a newsboy who runs between Omaha and Sydney on tbe Union Pacific rail- way, was bitten by a tarantula that was hidden in a bunch of bananas he was handling. Young J'.rown paid little at- tention to tbe bite at first, not knowing tbe nature of it. but his arm became so swollen as to burst his shirt sleeve and be suffered great agony. A physician on tbe train brought birn to Omaha for treatment- He may recover. LOXP05. Aug. A dispotch t. -m Buenos Ayres says that President Col- man. having been abandoned by Pelle- grini. Roca, Pena and thus be- coming completely has been forced to present his resignation to a joint meeting of the chambers. As Col- inan's partisans still form a majority of tbe chambers, the presentation of resignation may b" a triple de- clares that his resifrna-.ivn is irrevocable. A BUI to Prohibit Chinese migration Reported to the of Represent- atives With Favorable Rec- ommendation. The to Mftke the Term of Eicluilon Indefinite Practically Permanent. WA'SIIIXI.TOK. Aug. House Committee on Foreign Affairs yesterday reported to the House with a favorable recommendation a substitute for tbe bills recently introduced to prohibit Chinese immigration. The substitute is accoDipinied by a report prepared by Mr. Morrow, of California. Mr. Hitt, of Illinois, the chairman of the committee, was the only member who dissented from the committee's action. He sub- mitted a brief statement to the effect that he could not aesent to the recom- mendation of the substitute, because the bill is in conflict with i treaty now in foroe to which the faith ot the United States is pledged and which declares that "tbe United States may regulate, limit or suspend such coming or resi- dence, but may not absolutely prohibit." A largo portion of the report, submit- ted by Mr. Morrow is devoted to a re- view of the anti-Chinese legislation and the flagrant evasions tbat have been carried on by means of technicalities In tbe laws and through other means. Mr. Morrow says that the reasons for exclu- sion are many and far reaching. He then quotes criminal statistics showing the great number of arrests of China- men in San Francisco for offenses against State and municipal laws and adds: "These facts, which find corrob- oration wherever any number of these people are domiciled, disprove the as- sertion that they are inoffensive and law-abiding class." Further on the report says: 'tfrhe fact that the acts of 1SS2 and 18S4 expire by limitation at the and of ten years from their respective dates, and that any interregnum between their expira- tion and proper legislation in pursuance of the existing policy would be availed of by hosts of incoming Chinese, and tbat the whole work of the preceding decade would be practically undone, makes it necessary that Congress should proceed at once to some and permanent measure of protection to take the place of the expiring statutes." "The purpose of the bill now under the report says, "is to carry into execution the policy of the Government in ixcluding Chinese immi- gration. It proposes to make the term of exclusion indefinite and therefore practically permanent" The hill excludes all Chinese from landing in the United States, excep; those persons duly accredited to the United States as ministers plenipoten- tiary or other diplomatic representa- tives, consuls general, consular and com- mercial agents, including other officers of the Chinese or other governments traveling upon the business of that gov- ernment, with their servants. The vis- iting of Chinese immigrants, whether for the purpose of transit or otherwise, is absolutely prohibited. Section 10 directs that hereafter no State or United States court shall admit Chinese to citizenship and repeals all laws conflicting the act. Chinese now in the United States and who may at any time hereafter depart from the United States, as well as all who are now iu the United States, are to be sub- ject to all the provisions, conditions, prohibitions and penalties of the act. BASK A Dull Day Amonfr thn Pig; 9ktn Following are the scores of Tuesday's NATIONAL LEAGUE. 10, Cleveland 6. AMEKICAX ASSOCIATION. At 3, Columbus 19. At 0, Toledo 9. At Louisville- Brooklyn 8, LouisTille 3. At St 9, St. Louis 3. PLAYERS' I.EAOTO. At S. Chicago 0. a Lofjscr. j r MAY. N. J.. Aur. TV. J'r-si- i dent did not ex- pected. and Se.-ri-t.irT K'.aine de- rived so "tKjn'-f.t from short sojourn that it was decided to defer de- parture cntil to-day. Harri- son and TostTsasler General U'ansmakcr will proceed at once to Washington, while Biaino v.-ill go to Xew York. tn N. T-. A-c. Cb'na- men were arraijrned before Comtnission- er Hlrschbeck vcst-erday on the charge of violation of the Chinese Exclasioa and were comtr.ittcd to jail for farther examination. The only thing that can be done with them U to them back to Canada. Murdered by JOT-IKT, 111., Aug. Herbert Wyman murdered George Krouse yesterday, mistaking him for Joseph Dockendorf, whom he had forbidden to visit his daughter. Wyman mot Dockendorf with his daughter at a picnic last Sunday, when the latter bandied Wyman pretty roughly. Yesterday Wyman came upon a man whom ho supposed was Docken- dorf with his back turned and deliber- ately plunged a knife to the hilt under Krone's left shoulder. Wyman was ar- rested- _ _ Committee Work at A WA'.ITI.V.TOS. Aug. Outside of the Appropriations committees of but little committee work is being done. The regular meeting days of commit- tees are passed over -without anybody takir.ir the trouble to look in to see if anything is going on. It would be use- less to "prepare more bills for tbe jaiendar. Will Honncert. Aug. Tne House Committee on Elections at their meet- ing adopted a resolution de- clarinsr tne seat of Mr. JJreckenridge. of Arkansas, vacant. The roaohi tion, wit's the report of tberaajorityand minority of tb'i committee, was to House yesterday. Two Attenpte y. AujT. Jacob Haff. attempted Timday by in front of a switching engine- He was rescued in UaK> la life- Huff made a wcond at- tempt later, but friends took Mca DMpoadency is tbe M Rrturu From St. are De- fective That the Whole Job Miut be Gone Over WASHINGTON, Aug. The citizenft' committee of St. Paul presented to Sec- retary Jfoble yesterday the results of their examination of the evidence upon which tbe recent order was based di- recting a recount of tbe population of the city. Their report proved that the insurance map which was used, by the Census Office to establish in part the de- fectireness of the census returns was en- tirely unreliable. The committee, how- ever. admitted that in nine of the dis- tricts the returns were so defective as to warrant either an entire recount of those districts or else a careful verification of the schedules. They opposed a recount of the entire city. Superintendent Porter said tbat an ex- amination was now in progress of the returns of thirty-four districts, includ- ing the nine referred to by the commit- tee, and from what had been discovered already, he was obliged to conclude that a recount of the- entire city would be necessary. _ HE WAS EXPERT. A Fftmout 1'omml Out With Containing: a Large Sum of Money. CHICAGO, Aug. 6. Post-office inspec- tors all over the United States are look- ing for George W. Harris, for a long time regarded as tho most expert and careful railway postal clerk in the sery- ico. Harris is being looked for high and low on account a heavy robbery of the mails intrusted to his caro, either in St. Louis or at some point between this city and St. Louis, on the Chicago y, O., Aug. Robert Bell, of this city, has resigned the position of mine inspector of the Third district. Tbe understanding here is tbat Chief In- spector R. M. Hazel tine will bo per- mitted ;o servo oat his term if vacancies are created for Democrats in the district inspectorships. Died Suddenly. TIFFIN. O., Aue. -Edward Quinn, oneof Tiffin's wealthiest and best known jrrocers, dropped dead Monday night of rheumatism of tbe heart. lie was aged about fifty years. Strange .i.P. Aug. 0. James well-known young man. is mysteri- ously missing. He was to have been carried last Saturday. Town by AXTOMO, Tex.. A-jg. An aV tack was made Monday apor. the town of Shaftor. Presidio County, by twenty- fl-re Mexicans. Ranger J. P. Graves was killed and Sheriff Lee seriously wounded while Img to arrest Mexicans. A posse ol Angers and deputy sheriffs have left Maria to capture the marauders. It if reported tbat Saaftor ouroeo. LATEST NEWS ITEMS. Oathere I by From all Parti a) the Kurtli. R. The National I'-ink. of Gates- vine, Tox., capital has been au- thorized to begin business. It is stated upon good authority tbat Senator-elect Calvin S. Urice, of Ohio, has bought the S'cntinol. Tho Treasury Departr.ient is advUod that m gold bars wore paid out at tho assay otiice in Xew York City on tho 5th for shipment to The police of Warsaw bavr- nxpollcd from th.it city fifty-four foreign Social- ists with the warning that if return they will be imprisoned at li.i.M At Charleston, S. C., tlio Corotu-r'S jury in the of Grcon. who killed his wife's paramour. hus re- turned a vor.hctof j-.isiiii-ililc houiio-. le. Tho --it ".it troops to Kltorr to proven', the landau of pilgrims returning from Mecca. cholera is with foarrnl vu-ulcn-e. Tho ollU'ia! rough count of Census Rtiroau shows the popul.iU'.u of 1'hxla- ih'lphia to be uht.-ii is an in- crease during the last ton you-s of 724. The Department of Stato has been in- formed by the American locr.uioii at St. Petersburg that thoruuiorof tho whole- sale expulsion of Jews from Russia is unfounded Phoebe W. Cozzons has nui-le applica- tion for tho position of superintendent of charities of the District of Columbia, a recently created office thut will pay SS.OOO a year. It Is reported that cholera of a viru- lent form has appeared in several Rus- sian towns on tho Polish frontier. San- itary precautions are buing takou to prevent the spread of the disease. An illustrated pamphlet on the hor- rors of A thin tic cattle ships has just been published by Mr. Phrasoll, M. R Tho horrors of cattle ship1-, according to Mr. Plimsoll, equal those ot the furinor slave ships. During the last two months a number of tourists have mot with fatal accidents through attompu to climb tho Austrian Alps, the fatalities in most cases resulting from the c.xrelea.snoss of the victims. The monthly statement o. iho Treas- ury Department shows ti.ut on August I there were in circulation j-old and sil- ver coins and certificates, '.'nitM States notes, etc.. amounting tn a iiPtinc fw ovor .Inly of Tho British ship Lord Raglan is posted on the New York MHriiitno Ei- chnnge as missing'. The Lord Raglan is a large, full rigged snip, unrt Ipft San Francisco February for Cork, Ire- land. Sinen that lium t-iio has not. boon heard of, and her owners have about given her up as lost. Alt K x, S. C., Aug. The most intensely bitter campaign over held in this Stato was concluded at Watorboro yesterday in the midst, of a shower of rain and a complete collapse of the plat- form and a lot of knock-down and drajf- out fights. The Ho, lias been a common ar. tho meetings Oi late, was not I'xch'ingod from thn stand, but the croud, which numlr-rpil indulged in it quite frequently, tn ono of tbe scrimmages an enthusiastic straight-out had his head broken by a TUhnan town marshal iin-1 sovi-nil Till- m.in enthusiasts worn badly handled. Tho whole Stato is glad thai, t.ho. cam- paign id THE MARKETS. Klonr. f'lrain nruj J'rovl.tlfTTK. NKW YOIIK, Aug 5. Closed :it 5 par cent Kicchnnpec -suly Postcil rates 4K5J4 ncliiil nUos 4814'JSWf lor sixty days nm! for demand. Government bonds steady. Currency Os at 113; is. coupon, l-Sl'l; .r -.t'-'-r-- ;il f ho ce sfers at J-> W-_i.-i ifi. .S k'.r? a: J_' 'jyili I- ?h' -''.i.'y. nd riiih-.r. t _ _ Ang nrm COMJDOC fair to efxwi se'.wt m lit' lit 5< ,5 :i 1 r 'I f H Hi ii-k Hill_________ ;

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