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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1890, Salem, Ohio THE SALEM DAILY NEWS. II. NO. 187. SALEM. OHIO, SATURDAY AUGUST 9. 1890. TWO CENTS. of Labor on the New X'MtruI Go OuU the Road is Suspended New York to Albany. lie Company Will So is Hii'l 10 l-'lglit tho a FlnUlu X. Y., Aug. York ..dson K iver rail road employ- urn.uit at ttie unsatisfactory ii tin1 Knights of Labor com- i w York. The General Ex- urJ ruet yesterday at the nel in this city and notified i Hudson authorities that cci-ivo explanation of- L di.siiiissai of tne K. of L. in the West Albany shops v Central A: Hudson o.id Company have bi-en or- T'lis will cripple the road 'sines-? can be done, i rvlqiiarli'i-s of General Su- 15i-sell at the Union De- i-art policeman guarded tho crowd of ugly- u tu.iking demands to see tho p division. To a reporter said: ''My first intimation re was at seven o'clock, when ft the yard and the local is were stopped for want of The strike, 1 found, ex- r the vnrdmen and some of but. over none of the con- We have received from Third Vice Tresident ;g tout the road will fight Uio that unless the raen return lorning they will be dropped l.ices filled. I have sent Mr. to station above 1 abide by tbe result." stion whether the road was Bissell declined to ans- liii.urd that the strike had ker than expc-cted. er talking, a detcttivo d rep ted th.it the north ex- ui.iil tr.un which left N'cw Friday afternoon and Al- p in., two hours was thin the city limits Tho Aarmnl with ;nen who would jrikes each time the engineer n ol! Tho engineer w.is bnt stuck to his post. Tne tiain out of New York ar- at 1" -li) o'clock and started a police guard to try and platforms of the mail train. till the reporter that s if the road at the least from Buffalo would be entirely Korning. Asked to give his the strike, ho paid: "The no money grievance. The mply to find out if they can horn we shall hire or dis- 'hc cause direct was tbo dis- laboragitaiors bs-loug- K. of L. and who were caus- J on our lino." Aug. one seems >v. the strike was ordered or the signal to strike. J. J. member of the Executive" n; 1C. of L.. denied that be (1 it. or even knew that a been orderod. irerview hist o-.enmg. Vico Webb, of the Central road, n-1 strike extended only to 1'iie men who had gone out crvtco of the company, Mr. be discharged in the 'vhilc those who remained ir trusts would be protected care of, as w.j.ild all who >rk for the company. Good I be taken on as fast as they xl. Tho vico president an- ith great emphasis that he t the strikers to the bitter had never seen and knew about the now dc- a minimum day's wages of m increase of .5.3 per month agents. of tho Central road last ailed upon Acting Superin- >-rnes, of the metropolitan po- for protection. In com pi i- t.his rnquest the reserves in :ts on the side below nd street have been ordered idiness for any emergency, ty-spcond street to Yonkers i side, and tbe west side from Park to Yonkcrs, the police guarding the tracks and f tho railroad company. Do- c-re also sent to protect the at Fifty-seventh street ti avonue. )b stated that outside of local trains there were four- s that o-.izht to have left tho seven o'clock and mid- i.yoneof these tnaicarried no passengers. his statement that surely have trains -'-s left the Grand Central 7--'J m. Two passenger I'-st-rtrMj; jjv their crc-v.-s in at street. A t.Msjs tho N. Y.. I3 no s.r-.K" hr-re and are The nic-rj >ay they no r.or.ce of the strike w TIO "i-.ytninr happen. Aug. are "n the York Central --'i-.r.rnan ?aid last night thai in Rochester that orders had iss.jej. ;rj- -De. and Rochester he had who had received an or- lodge No. PRIZES AWARDED. DecUlon of the of the Coinpetl- tlve Drills in the Odd Encamp. CHICAGO, Aug. the fifth day of tho grand cantonment of the Patriarchs Militant, was devoted In the morning to a continuation of the con- tests of lodge staffs in degree work at Battery D; in the afternoon competitive drillsof tests in the manual of the sword; dross parade, fol- low-d by a military band contest. Six cantons -Ann Arbor, Mich.; Ma- rion, Ind.; Elwood, Ind.: Indianapolis, Amsterdam. N. Y., and Wichita. participated in the competitive drill of cantons. All showed m.iny of excellence. The Amsterdam chevaliers, however, appeared superior to any in their In the sword contest, individual drill, j W. S. Winter, of Indianapolis, won first prize; T. H C.i.-.ipbi-ll. of W.-rt, O., j second, and P Morleiist-n, of Chicago, i third. In the contest, ex- ercise. Chaplain J. H. Wise, of Logans- port, Ind., won first prize: Kasign Wal- cott, of Chicago, second. The decision of tbo judges was an- nounced as foll.nv than fifty-three per cenu in prizes. No authorised lottery on earth that we know ofjOutside of Mexico, is allowed to distribute than .seventy per cent. The chance to win a of any sort ia about one in thirty, whi-roas, if it wera an honest lottery, it would bo at least one in ten. What is known as tho daily drawing takes place every day on Sunday per anniiin. Theschemq is based upon tho to nary combination ol the natural numbers from 1 to TS, and or some days from 1 to giving in the one case 7x070 und in tbo other different combinations of three num hers each. Tbo paid are out ov all honest proportion to the cost of tickets or chances of winning. For in- stance. for a dollar ticket the chance? of v.'inning a prizn of cents is one ir three winning a of ?1.75 one in nineteen, and of winning a of 34. 2i one in 1.-.W7. In addition to these printed tickets, written policies or beu- on the numbers of tbo daily drawing- are taken at the fa'icy of tho bettor. with a percentage of from twenty two to forty-Jim per cent, in favor o! the lotteiy. A DAY IS COXGKESS. Oeneritl Bill by thf Hrnisr WASHI.M.TOV, fl The Housi yi-vtenl.iy the onn-'r] iron of tiif Ct-ic-ral bctificncy tiill :md it Tho rr- m.umleruf th aft I.KAI.I'K. At s, Chic-ago 4. At York 11, Boston 10. At o, Pittsburgh 19. At 4, Brook- lyn _______________ Yoiiiv, Aug. special from San the defeat of the Guatemalan armv by th.it of Salvador is complete. President B-irrillai, of Guatemala, has soldiers on the road to the port of San Jose, roady to protect his (light from tho country. Anarchy reigns in Guatemala and Gen- eral Barrundi has invaded the country from the Mexican frontier. The Salvador troops have gone back to the frontier to push on the invasion of Guatemala. A diplomatic settlement of the trouble is expected. Convicts' Revolt KuduiL T'risrov, Aug. State prison yesterday was as quiet as a graveyard. In tbo mornjng- ono convict started a yell, but his follow prisoners did not re- spond and he was quickly placed in punishment Tho seventy-eight lead- ing rioters are still in "Fort and will doubtless remain there for some days. All thf other prisoners are locked in their cells with the exception of twenty or thirty trusted ones, who are at work clearing the debris. Nnw Aug. steamship Cicnfuegos. which arrived yesterday from Nassau, brought the captain and crew of the Norwegian steamship which was wrecked on July 10 off the Florida coast. Tho Signe was a ship of tons and was on a voyage from Jamaica to she struck a submerged coral off Fish KPVS. The- crf-v.- took to the bnat-i and wore picked up by tho Cienfuegos. Ilravr by pirr. ST. Lori-. factory of the Laelr-d''- Fire Manufacturing CoTnpany. at Cheltonham, was destroyed by fire yes-r-rdiy. Tho loss IK "stiTna'cd larsre 'i-iiin'itv 'if rna'.bir.f.-r are of to Il N. Y.. A'ir. Fif oat I'j driving j park attra'-t'-'J ?.v the an- tf.at arjfi Ifawi- j v.-o-.-M atVjTnpt to 1'tvr the- [of .-ind rr.a-2': by then-, ro- S-.in'-i mac'- mile in y. ar.d in _ of Strike. CHTTOAOO, Aug. are in cir- culation that thf- West Sj'j.e cable street Tae are about to striXe. The recent discharge of an employe for dis- missing IK-W rnt-n atd putting old timer! in their places is said to be tho tbe trouble. im SHVKK. l.rtuvoii I'lurky Kt- ot tlit- s i itinl n IVroriotlH Moil- Ktrr. LIINIIOV. Ait'.' evniug battle botueen a and a sh.u-lc touic place in the the at New Brigh- ton The f.Tiuiiisiliver, Burns, who was inspecting ttie foundations of the pier, was in the :n-t of -i.ling to the surface of tho wati-r .1 huge shark attempte-1 to him Hums warded the monster utl as best he could, but blow '.y uorst of tho fight whe-i SV.I.H- tioatmen near by threw him a knife. this uettpon lie bold- ly attacked the shark and aftei a fierce struggle Mii-ci'erted ripping it open. Having thus disposed of his ennmy Burns seui-d the ?hark by the head and towed it ashore the cheer.-, of the spectators. The Worl.l'i Kmr Din-i-ior CrrrcAco, Aug. has been decided that tho Nation.il Cioiniissinn of tho World's Columbian will meet in Chicago on Si-ptember 1.1. in- stead of OctoK-r s. Tlmre is consider- able spocuhition ri-j.p.irdinir the Director iilihouijh the nomination even can not. Ir1 made until the execu- tive committee is appointed. Georgo R Davis is mentioned prominently and seems to 1 a shou, althiu ho has not aniui'inci.l himself as a candi- date. Hi- is popular svith the direi-tora and well-knov. n ;o the commissioners., owing to his work in Washington. the NAsllvil.l.K. Tenn., 'J. first election held in Tennessee since tho passage of the poll ux ijualiticaiiou bill by tho Legishuure in took pliu-e Thursday for county ofhccrs in all the counties of the State. Negroes failed to vote and the U while oa ftp TIP.1 VTITP MHO Ui1 ifiij MAIL Itccord of Current Invents Meijjhboriuj; CHOPS. CnfavorrtMe Keiiurt From the State of Alfrtoulture. O., Aug ing is the ollicial report of the State Board of Agricuhur.-. trivlng ar. estimate of tho condition or prospect crops August 1, and based on returns ceued froir. regular townshivi i roy c respondents- hi-at-Condition compaiel with i- full 77 per H-UT.: V'A' of .lulv con.pan-d with a nil harvest, .luiv .''i Timothy-Condition i-oinua.vd wuu full average. '.i'i per cent. Potatoes Coiiiiitio'i coTiH'.m d witli full .uin-agp. 5.1 cent. comptred full average, percent., a.eiMjji1 con-- pared with last cent. Condition comp.r-ei witU -s full TS pi-r ceui. i-ouip.iroil with _-. full average, -Jtl per cent. cO'iijdtvd witb i- full auT.ign. 11 pur rent. compared full avoraire. IS per cent. compared witb s.- full ,i 1- per cont. The present report imluvto-i a de- cline of six points in wheat prospoei since the estimate of 1. T'uo in- sult of tlireshing has been a disappoint- ment to the farmers in most sections- of the State, The vield is not so grofct as expected from tho ii-p.ie.UMtieo o.'. tlie growing Many corruspona- Cnts report the wheat yield ut from a quarter to a third loss than u as antici- pated Reports ot full and or fair yioUV are very few. While no estimate was asked tin month for corn, correspondents refer to corn being badly injured and .1 pow prospect. The indications are thar. only trom Oil to per cent, of a tut, i crop c.in bo expected, o.its x-.oro baill, injure1, liy blioht or rust Tne t. rop U- very short, and not of prime quality The potato crop lie siiort: httlp more than half an average CT-OT can be Pastures have failed rapid1 v liy of tlie continued dry weath-r. is sv. full crop and w.is in condition. Apnlos, pi-aches and pearK are almost a total failure. Tin- iMjiiiii-rloii LIM O., Richie, ol" tho common pleas court, on Thtirsdaz.- heard the injunction Milt of .lane Cox against thu Findlaj A, Westurtt road, the defendants making a motion to dissolve the injunction obtained hv the plaiutilf to prevent the railroad comp.iny from Liking her lanii willioriT ensation The judge held tha.'. that could bo no interference ex- cept liiniugli tbe United Slates Court., ab the defendant was using thu cloak a receivership to bc.tre the public. The injunction would be maintained to pro- tect the land owm linm-urr-i. i i Aug. ii. Samuel P. An- drews, as rtilmiriiMiMtor of the estalu i.L Charles Reynolds, deceased, ar, action for aiMinbt thi. I'.iltimore A- Ohio Railroad Company in the 1'nited Status CircuitCourt, Friday. Reynolds was a Baltimore it Ohio brake-man and lost his life February H, in a collision near JJairdstown. The administrator allirmb that tlin trains colliding wore insuffici- ently manned. Re.ynolds left one, son, a child two years old. I.itld. Fi.vt'i.AY, Aug. corner atone of the new Turner hall in this city was laid with hnpres.sive ceremonies Thursday evening by tbe Harmonia society and other German organisations, assisted by several societies fn.-jti. neighboring cities. The building bo massive and imposing and when fin- ished will be an to Fimllajr and a credit to the society ei'-'-iing it. When ready for occupancy it will have- cost not less than Mint HonrN. Col.t'Ml'.i s. A iv. 0. The Penitentiary Manager-, lias adopted u resolution requiring all guards to give- bond in the sum of eac'i." This was don" at the s'.gcrestion of W'arden Dyer, and is for the faithful performance of their duties and to cover thai may be d in returning any pris- oner that mav escape, through nogli- cer.re of a guard. Heretofore no bond has from g'l.ird-j. Killctihy Ills ru.rmttr. th'- son of Hon. J. M_ d.iT: in. and Koy Mnrri'-k. n -j'ar- old s'-r. of Prof II. B. w.-r ft bf-s-.-Jo ihe track. He
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