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   Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1890, Salem, Ohio                               FHE SALEM DAILY NEWS. L. II. NO. 188. SALEM. OHIO, MONDAY AUGUST 11. 1890. Traffic Resumed on York Central. 'ill be Made Tuesday to >ight Trains all Along1 the Line. the Strike Will Extent Other Roads. Armed Pinkerton Mea Prnperty at Al Trouble U Appre Aug. thing in e New York Central depo orderly Nearly all the ran on schedule time, the c not started out be- roton local and the Peeks 'ation, which was to start a 1 were rumors that the of Locomotive Engineer: tho iid of tho stiikers engineers havo made n anna Western; the the Erie and tbe Jersey ken plaoo. At the depots vania and Jersey Central >r was denied. The train both depots gave assur- here was a tie-up they of it. J M Donavan, a member Joard of Arbitration, re- ch last night from Dis- orkman Lee. of District K- of L Albany, stating loyes of the New York esiraus of submitting the ssue between them and o the State Board of Ar- ottloment Mr. Donovan tho dispatch to the other 6 board. lock last night the order ho firemen to go out at of them have al- f engines. Mr. Webb at denied all knowledge; of He said the com- es freight at St. John's A large force >n hand to insure success that tbe Brother- cers have offered to gn ers request them. Aug. ll -The situa more scnous CTerj quietnoss which men and at tbe rall- with alarm by the s- At West Albany not s'-oie, bat the chanflse were still and beginning to rust by Pinkerton man, 5 oil trains and lumber I1-- fcw men o1 Labor could be ana yet would not say -Master Workman Let his gone to DeWitt, when asked "The strike and the aad eaands are not will The men are remain- from the yards and Me If possible. We are r passenger traiw stop thorn, but to more fnsifht or there will be potnd of trouble. Superintendent Bissell was inter- viewed. are making good time with our passenger trains and are satis- fied that they ill be on schedule tima Monday The road will not attempt to move any freight trains Monday, ujt on Tuesday may make the attempt that attempt is made we shall be protected cne ranroaa peopio are greauy alarmed evident fiora the fact that 300 Pinkerton men aro here and Robert, Pinkerton nimself is in command Each man is armed and they are spread cut the tracks between Albany and M est Albany The draw of tho freight bridge is still open and will probably remain so. At last the road authorities are con- fronted with a problem All the employes on the Central road are read? to assist the strikers. At four o'clock Sunday afternoon the strikers held a secret conference at which were repre- sentatives of Division No. 230, locomo- tive firemen of Albany; Ko. :no, of Schenectady, No '.m, of East Albany, and Division 40. Brotherhood of Loco- motive Engineers It was determined to force the crisis, and to-day engineers and firemen will refuse to draw trains containing anything excfpt tho Lnited States mail No passeng-ers of de- scription are to go out and no freight Threo other roads are in immediate danger of being shutdown A struce was ordered on tho Delaware Hudson at seven o'clock last night, but was with- drawn until freight manager Marlin's return this morning. The cause as- signed is that the road is hurrying freight belonging to the Central road BUFFALO, N. Y., Aug. 11 were but few of a strike around the New York Central depot yesterday except for tho presence of a number of police officers in aniforin, speci.il pa- trolmen at yard entrances and a number of headquarters detectives Trains came In and.went out without delay and tbe tracks in the depot were kept clear A special tram passed through about o'clock in the afternoon, which caused considerable speculation It con- sisted of two car loads of Pmkeiton men from the wast The men were all in citizens' clothes and each was supplied with a large satchel well filled Their arms were in the basrjagc car, but that was carefully guardefl. They went on ;o Syracuse By of General Doyle, command- .ng the Eighth brig-ado, the Sixty-fifth regiment has been ordo'-od to hold itaolf n readiness for duty at a moments notice. One company, each day, is de- tailed to guard the arsenal. Arrange ments have bpen made to mass the en- tire command within a half hour It is not thought, ho'vcvci, that there will >e any need of the militia ia Buffalo Besides the handling of the regular ;rams, many of which ivore very heavy, :he at work in the depot trans- 'erred seventy-five cars from special .rains between the different roads, some of the trains being handled twice The ake Shore brought in throe trains of twenty-nine cars, all of which were M-aasferred to the West Shore. Tho Michigan Central brought in two trains of twenty cars of which ten wore trans- 'erred to the New York Central, six to .he West Shore and four to tbe Erie The Nickel Plate brougnt in thirteen cats, which wont east over tho West Shore Tho fiist case of violence in the strike occurred at the east onJ of tbo depot about ten o'clock last nig-ht As one of .he trains was pulling out of tho depot t was boarded by two men who at- empted to get tho brakemen to desert he train On their refusing ihoy tried to pull them off tho tram, but without uccess Tho policemen gave chase, but were unable to capture them. It is not cnown who they were. No freight trains were movod Sunday rom East Buffalo, the road being left lear for passenger trains on both the Vest Shore and Central roads. EAST SYRACUSE, N Y Aug 11 he moving of a freight train Sunday morning under military escort, there was a narrow escape from bloodshed in an encounter with the strikers. The movement of the tram was resisted by he striking railroad men and a call was made for tbe militia's protection At time a conflict seemed imminent )eputy Sheriff Kratz had his pistol at one time pointing into the face of a triker, and four or fho of tbe soldiers were surrounded by about thirty striK- rs, who prossod theto into quarters so lose that they could not use their bay- wets. The trains wore finally moved up into the yard by the soldiers. CHICAGO, Aug 11 firemen on he Vanderbilt lines running into Chi- ago had not been called out a midnight, ut a of uneasiness pervades the ranks of all employes of the Lake Shore and Michigan Central. The Lake Shore incounced last night that ii bad aban- oned thf fast mail from Ne-v York, due to arme here at 1-30 tcis morninjr No eason was assigned for this by tne offi- ials. i A DULL Tariff Discussion Will Occupy tbe Scuate's Time, While at the Other Eud of the Capi- tol But Little Business Cau be Transacted, Owing to Xnmtwr of Memben Who Will the O. A. R. Boston. WASHINGTON, Aug. discus- sion vull predominate in the Senate this week until Friday, when Mr. Frye, in accordance with the notice he gave last Thursday, will call up the River and Harbor bill There are several confer- ence repoits that may be submitted break in on the tariff discussion almost day, so tho prospect for makinff much progress with the tariff bill this week is not very good. The Senate will start in to-day with about half of the metal schedule finished, and with thirty of tho 130 pages of the bill out of tho way. Mr. Hoar's resolution to hasten the dose of debate, referred to the Com- mittee on Rules, is likely to be consid- ered in caucus before the ends. Another proposition, that of holding night sessions of the Senate in order to hasten final conpletion of the tariff bill also talked of by some Republican Senators, but thus far has not found many enthusiastic supporters. The Grand Army reunion has disar- ranged the plan of the House Committee on Rules for this week. It was the in- tention of this committee to set apart the week for the consideration of the Compound Lard bill, the bill to extend tho act in regard to experiment stations at agricultural colleges and the Meat Inspection bill, but so nmny of the Re- publican members will be absent in Boston that It is considered dangerous to call tip these moaauros. The probabili- ty is that the House will do very little work, some conference reports being the only matters that have a chance for oonsideiation The absrnoe of Repub- lican members will probably leave a Democratic majority in tho House A hjr A Cold-Bloodfd Murder NECETUTT. Wis., Anr i! rahey, a widowresidiszalono on a ight miles soutbwest of tbf> village. was found dead in her bed Saturday. evidence clearly indicates a cold- ilooded mardT The vrornai bad befn ihot in the hack of t.io rcvol- er being held so closp as to her Air and flesh. An ugly gash had been ut in her throat will knife. Will Jfot fTmit to Asm, VSD. Wis., Ang. 11 Grey, the Hurley railroad brakeiaan who re- cently stole money package in- to his keeping by the ETnited Express Company, telegraphed Saturday thai he had changed his nntid about trying to stay in Canada and would come back with Sheri" Matson Most of the stolen money WM found on Grey's BASEJBALL. Seconds of KvriitK rwi Lcnrtin, Avtincln- 4 1 on niul llrothArhootl JTloldn. Following are the scores of Saturday's games: KATIOSC.it. tCCB. At Cluctnuatl i, Cleveland ten Incite cm. At Chfeago 6 Pittsburgh 4. At Boeton.lt, Philadelphia 4. At Nbw Vorlt a PLAYFR8' LEAGUE. At Buffalo 7 Chioaeo W) I C'eT-'l-inrtfi. AtN'eTT Philadelphia? New York 8. At Brooklyn 8. Boston a AMtfUCA> J.SSOCI VTION At 8t Louis-Brooklyn 4. St Louis S. At AthMles 7 ToU do 3 At Syracuse 3, LouievlUe 11. At Rochester 3, Columbus SUNDAY At Athletics 6 Toledo 7 At Rochester 3 Columbus 8. At St Brooklyn 2. 9t Louts 11 At Louisville -Syracuae 5 Loulsvills 8. A Congressman in Lack. WAsnivoTos, Aujf. 11 Throughout the monotonous proceedings of the House Saturday there was one man face was wreathed in a constant smile. Ho seemed to be in the best of humor with himself and the whole world The happy gentleman is Con- gressman James O'Donjiell, who repre- sents tho Third Congressional district of Michigan Mr. O'Donnell has re- ceived a cablegram informing him that ho has fallen heir to a fortune of about 000, 000 in Spain and that has been placed at his Immediate disposal in order that he might go to Spain and take tho necessary legal steps to secure control of his heritage. Will for Outbreak. ST. Loris, Aug. General Merrttt, commanding the department of the Mis- souri, has received tho following dis- patah from Washing-ton- "The Secre tary of tho Interior hag notified the President of the probability of an out- break in the Chickasaw Nation, and in compliance with the orders of the Pres- ident the Major General commanding directs you to have sufficient troops at Fort Gibson to move promptly on Au- gust 13 to the Union -at Musoo-  kill, tho resist- ance of Kemmler and tho n-jssuch that it caused tho belt to s'lp uid it came near running off the palley It was irtors oif the pulky and had it not that a man holit i board against it the belt would have coaio off and there would navo bonn ait awful scene BAD MAN Won't flnfeti OT. Auj. "I have noti fied the Atlantic Association that I dc not feel justified la trying to finish, tte teason witb such a team aa I can get." Manager Sullivan, of the base ball dab, "mod I'TV YOKK. Aug. 11. Morton. Joseph Bartlett and James J. Daly, jroods'' men, wore arrested Sat- urday and held Jor trlaL They hare been sending circulars to all parts of tho country, and their arrest was brought about through a circa lar sent to Russell liamson, the son of the President, wMch placed la the hands of offlce Department special officers, who made the BOSTOX, Ang. U.-WOBU Bojlo ly, and editor of the Boston Pilot, died aftenwoa hU summer residence a HulL HU is supposed to own ur an otwdon of chloral, UkM (or i The I'rrnldeut Go< i to Hoaton. OJi, Aug. 11 Presi- lent, accompanied by Secretaries Noble Rusk and Private Secretary [Tal- 'ord, left Washington Saturday roorn- ng for New York, en route to Boston. The party made no stops, but Immedi- ately embarked on the United States itearaer Baltimore, which awaited tho larty at the Brooklyn navy yard. They will reach Boston, this afternoon, THE MARKETS Floor. Aratn and Provision. YOKK, Auf 9 Closed at 4 pci ,cnt. Exchange closed onsier Posted rates 4S.V} 489, actual rules for sixty dajs and 488J4 for demand. Government uteudy. Curreucy 6s at 112H, U. coupon, at  'o Sredat93c No 8 red at flic High mixed at wcstoni jtllow a1 Ke. No. 3 mixed at 42c, No 8 white. it No. 1 mined at 43c BDTTER-t-Fsnoy creamery at SOc, dairy at IJc. New York attte, Ohio at 8c Strictly freiji 18o Durbanks at OOiWe per btxsnoL NKW YORK, Aug extra at 12 city mill extras at O5 (X) flne at it at b 10. Steady. No 2 rea winter at nnf do August at ll.OOH. do September at ll (JOS t mixed at Me, do Auguat at 56c do Septembor WHo. No. i mixed at 13Hc, do September at Fctnulo Ion Shot Wlillit Out Bi'i.Toy, Tox., Aug H I'K k Wise- man and Cora ;t woman of ill repute, shot and killed ibout mid- night Saturday while out driving' m a About a week Yi i i i 13 tried in tho Dhtrlot C jut t hPi for mur- ler and found not Tin-- uidiit did not jnvo general satisfiotion lie killed a deputy marshal iitTeuinlo and was tried January, tlu rcbiiU heinf; a bung jury WhiU out on 1) ill fo, this ho shot .it anothei in i un i bling hoiibc. lie w is> burirvl hnnday afternoon .it Bolton and woman at Temple. There is no clue to the identi- ty of the Jiss W II Kllfofre Hujroott. NKW YOKK, Aug. Tho Union of the States of New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania. Uusotts and Connecticut held a special conven- tion heie yesterday t1 of aonsidoring tho bovcottinjf of Kloisch- mann'syeist unions were rep'-C'jcntod Agreument roat-hod that none of tho merabars of tho represented should tiso the yoabt until the firm has settled tlio Now York bakers An organization waa also per- fected for the purpose of thoioujfhly or- (fanizing the union in the dilfuront States. _ rjitduiulc of C'lilil Mitidnr. Ti-nn 11 I) n ,ng the pabt weolc tho bodies of murdered infants have, boon fcnrn'l in tbia city, and tho discoveries h ivr- ooon of a most ghastly nature So far the authorities have tikcn no stnps to capture tin1 inur- dorois Tlio newspapers aiodomanding an invrsLigahon and calling- upon tho olllcials to (.-ithnr take so-ne artion to- ward brinjfirijf the villains to justice or resign A mass rnecUnj? of utuons to raise funds to prospcuto the invoitiga- tton is being agitated and mcuts with much favor. at 113 LARD August at W September at tf> 42. Weitcrn at isc. Western Western fancy CHICAGO. Aug. 9 September at October Septcrtnber at October Attijuit at September at October Septombof at 111 30, October it ?10 80 September at K 26, October at W 40 September at KV 4? October at Tot A-ag 9 Hlybor and easier Cast August at SSHc. Dall aad ana. Cash We. QuU t No waive at No a Stp- tember An? 9 Mirket and Cbolr" to cxt-a at M ff) steers at S3 40, and feeders td.Vryt.00. COWB, bulls mid mixed at cattle at 11 TfttS 00. Marlift <'-s.-'.j nt zsy. 'fi at K llgat P, 'A, sVips DalL Natives it at W, Tcxaas at 30, Iambs a. A 9. CA7TT.K Qclet. ijood to at Ctolce to extra at ctolce Slow; mfccJ'oJBS, and mixed SI.aOsj4 00, Yorkers aid fed A .StHrtllng from Sea. rouri.AMi, Ore Aug 11. A carefully sealed bottle, containing rhc following letter written upon cartridge paper, was yesterday found floating in the harbor: "English bark Bdmont, June 20, 1890. We arc sinking very fast. Our latitude and longitude are unkno.vn No t.otB- pawg.no rudder; no bopo If tuis reaches a human baud ploaso notify Co llull, England. Wu have thirteen men aboard, all in a stirvod condition. Good-bye, if we are not John Dunlow, First Mate." Editor IToru'WiilppctJ m. Wis Aug 11 Wing, of thfl Kaukatni Sun, whohnd attacked stfoot comtnisiionyr IIjl-iiJ m tho Sun recently, wib puMiclj hrrso- whippcd by Mrs IJjUnJ -is h'; v.as on his way home frotn uis oliicc Satarday evening Wing made ,1 weak attempt todeffnd himself, bit the infuriated woman had to be a ay f-QTi him by the crowd Ilyland was ar- ind bail for her appearance for trial to-day. Will Mnrh t Dn la, have scwi the stoc-.s origHil packagp hou the Tf suit of tno pa. 11.- Cor.std.bles of s. ol 'I I--.TI 13 of bill, tho Pre-jiJtnthasrnaJo oper- atiro by bis S'.gnatur lit.gavion -sull urf s, as the best the lovr was aside by the Si cis.or. ;n the original p A g--cat Ucai ol of so sciz- lawy l.'ja: 1-1.7, t< EAST doing; 9.-CATn.S-Xola5aj timcata. Good cora fed 13 903 Market Talrvr goofl S8 comaoa IS.30S.159 jesrllsf laabs at C.WiiSKjO, lambs t, Market steady llftt M packing aaC rom Captare of a i Ind.. Wright Saturday a-r.v. Fort Worth, TexJ ha-, ing   ha'l colltscted tho rnonoy. Ho is aotv in jail. Thfre are twoniy-four ir.dictments against Mo., Aug. The d in the Democratic convention of Twelfth Congressional district broken Saturday, Judge D. A. mond, of Bates County, receiving Bomination Mis< tellok H: i JH-. if i I l i 1 '-I H   

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