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   Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1890, Salem, Ohio                               rHE SALEM DAILY NEWS. II, NO. 190. SALEM. OHIO, WEDNESDAY AUGUST 13. 1890. Parade at Boston he G. A. K- ol Most Imposing A-SCIH- Vetcrans Since the 0 of the War. Cdbinct, General I HII liimieuif Concourse ol thf ii.tJ the weather order f.-: the veterans, tho havo been more :he A It. deruonstra- Tcie Siin -.vas entirely 'e a brisk northeast wind s1.'. from their ir'.v o'clock many ..hx-.-d'. the streets nad IKJ.'HU to r.r- uiil to appear on tue tiior- i.oliaay attire. Every 1 nriv.v special ones arriv- .inie than thoir quota of r. i v rans and tho cst-'iiate that lO'J.OJO v in thi dty is justified. :ii o'clo-jk the roar of can- io Meet tue harbor an- Diipatfh. with Sccve- .cv I'li-shlent Morion and on board, was coming and half an hour later an- her arrival in Tue dis-aue'uished crentle- orted to the Yendomo and .Secretary Tracy and Mr. nrse us on the Presidenti-il ind M Copley Square. I'res- bi-eakf.isted at the Yen- Then he received the Gov- ite delegation and the jfevty s and rode over a portion of the parade to view the in hour before the parade he and balconies n? the lino of mai-ch, and uhich had erected in )hi M) we. were well filled int multitudes. Immense seats arruncred in tiers up- 1 b icked up at the junction rets ind scats sold at 1 pi icns Tho sidewalks sunini'.; mass of humanity. yuds would have been an it in the absence of the ntf one furnished bv the -.is. There .vas ic formation ofthecolumn, 1 lateness of the arrival of rom suburban places and of massing' so large a body :h narrow quarters. 'ore eleven o'clock General tiuT, escorted by Cavalrv who wore pre- sumed uohce, rode down 'i-t utter a short trip over a P route of the parade. At Arlington street and irted. After the General's >rt came the Illinois De- w hich the feature was Au- hich bore a transparency isrription: ''The homo of nt and msin boys, who followed, a cheer and smile as they 'Ifror in a wire caijo sus- polo. Pennsylvania, the T was remarkable for the d brtt_tie thej- bore, us; in the lim. wa  HM OC I? ATS. for M.-l.lo Co.i Train? liU'-nhisr With >'o Sisrns of Further Are Apjiareut. and a-. 1 Ma- re "vice I'rcsi- -or Hart, and iras 4- Sccre- and Admiral and T.. NfcKin- o. Genera: Sicklos. Kr.oce Island, and bad rrocU-'d th-.- i'resi-   Following arc the scores of Tuesday's games: N r.r: At Philadelphia 0, "Hoston 1 twelve innings. At New York Brooklyn 0, New York 3. At Cincinnati 3. Clevolar.d 1 ten innings. At Pittsbiiixh Ciii'M7o Pittsburgh 12 t.velvn inninsrs A'li.uir v M rov. At Columbus P.och 0, Columbus At Lotrsvi'le c- I, Louisville IS. At St. Louis- t. St. Louis 20. r.ilf l.l.AliLK. At 1'3, Cleve- land At Chicago- 0, At, Vor'-c 1, New York -I. At Boston t, Boston 1. BLOWN INTO ETEKNITX. Three Men Klllcil (C'cplosion of Mol- ten Metal. JoT.ir.T, III.. Ausr A terrific ex- plosion with f, ifil results occurred at the Illinois steel works Tuesday morn- ing. Blast furnace Xo. 2 sprung a leak and the molten metal ran out and down into tho canal, steam which caused the explosion. The metal was blown in all directions, tearing off the top of the furnace and the roof of tho building. Ocar bjbwvci and John No- vak, employes, were l.lo.vn o.it of ence and tiieir ren'.uis have no; yet been found. was so ribly burned an 1 1 thai, ho lived but half an hour. '1 im McCarthy burned about the b'-al :uid back and will die. Several other employes re- ceived blight burns. QUICK UKTUKNS .And jiniall IV.ilHs tin- llntto of (X Check Who Ilrt? Just I'ut livhinit the It.iri. BUI--FAT-O, N. Y., Aug. -A respect- able looking man aged about thirty years, giving his name as Henry B( ss- mcT, of New York, was arrested Mon- day night, chr.rrreJ wir.'i being a check swindler. At the police station he told the police mat bogus checks was his chief of livelihood and that ho had operated in a number of western lie contented himself with small profits and quick returns, as his modus operand! shows. It was to purchase goods and irive in payment a check for a few dollars in excess of tba amount of the purchase. Ho had swin- dled several business men hero beforo he was arrested. Troopi Sent to Mr ST. P.vur., Minn.. Auo-. Dispatches received from show that tho strike of 150 or vIOO mill hands at that place is become more seriou-. every hour and it is thought that i: will be im- possible to avoid The sheriff, unable t'j with the mob of Strikers, yesterday in all the deputies that, beco'iM y-' b-'i i in the afternoon :h -I: Governor t'-e men bo was able to h" "-is able to do arir: .Ing with Kefu-nl of the uml to Help of Labor 1'roved ifltnv to ;he l.attfr. Au- 1.; tho stv-ko on the N..-.V Vork Central has not _ been dee'.ar.-d by the Kniirhts of Labor.it is virni-'.'ly at an end. Tho decision of of Loeo'no- in refusing to come out was itsd'Mth kn About tho Orand Cent'-al depot yo.sterdav tiling was quiet and rrai-is were with perfect Th police as stnn as ever, tvit thero was apparently no for them to be there. Atia'.rs at St. Jo'iu's are resum- inir their CV'ih'.irn. Prcight trains with empty c-r-s yesterday for the street vards to roiicv the p-essure of freight at that point. The signs "no freight received until further notice'' aro still displayed, but the ollu-ials sav that all freight will be received this morning. The police are still on sruard within tho depot. N. Y., Aug. Pink- erton detectives are in full control of the freight yard ar PeWitr and the freight cars aro being rapidly formed into trains. The first freight train to leave East Syracuse yesterday was about ono D. in. It came into this city. Much trouble has been exDorienced in loading live-stock. The militia are here at the armory, thougn they are no lon- ger needed. Adjutant General Porter has ordered them to remain until a written order of dismissal comes from the office. TV.Y, X. Y.. Aug. in tbo Central strike has practically ceased in this city. The Tnion U.nh-oad Company, embracing all the lines Troy, has filled all the places of the strikers excepting three. T.-ains arc moving with reeularicv: the on.lv troub'o aris- ing bein? the of the switchmen to thi'ow the swiiiTICS in the Adams street yird for combination Pitch burg and Cential freight trains. Pinkevton's mf-i have disappeared and half n only ar? on guard around the depot. X. Y., Aug. far as thi.s end of the Contra! railroad system is the strike is practically over. Trains arepiOving .with-greater regularity, and the rnai s are but little delayed. Railroad Mail Superintendent Farnsworth said ycb-'Tday that every thing was moving as usual and that there is little delay. -Superintendent Burrows, of the Central road, looked pleased at the condition of affairs. He said the strike wi., over. The strikers were paid oil and the company will not take any of them back. ALI-.A.NY, X. Y., Aug. the assertion of the Central railroad that they would move freight and have twenty engines at work here raising the blockade, not an ounce of blockaded freight wan yesterday and no at- tempt was mado to move any. Two trains which came up from New York Monilav aro both stalled on tho other side of tho river and not a freight en- CTir.e has vrt fired up. Tno draw of the freight bridge- is yet open and -KOOOcara are .still at U'ost Albany. X. Y., Aug. The strike in this is virtually over All local passencrer trains are running near- ly on time and there is no lack of nion to do all the work. have .suf- fered no inconvenience in dispatching or receiving freight. Shot His Wife's I'arnmnnr. CHICAGO, Aug. Dr. Edward P. Sawyer, one of the oldest and best known physicians in this city, was shot and probably fatally wounded Tuesday afternoon. His assailant was Daiton Fancher. a traveling correspondent of the Chicago Horseman. Mrs. Fancber yesterday confessed to her husband, who had just returned from a trip on the road, that she had sustained illicit rela- tions with the physician for three years. Fancher ent to the doctor's residence. where during a quarrel Fancher was knocked down by a chair in the hands of the doctor. Fancher then drew a re- volver and shot tho doctor through the neck. Fanchcr is under arrest. hy a Former Kinploye. Ei.i7. U-.KTIITOW.V, 111., Aug. Cap- tain G. A. Trailer, well-known th" Ohio and Mississippi rivers as proprietor of Sh'-lt'-rville quarry. shot yesterday by Ed Kelly, an O'ppioye whom he had discharged. Tiic wound'-d man but a few moments. Kelly es- caped. although the murder was com- in tho once of a largo of m'-nat wnrk in fhe rptarry. A reward for his arrf-ni is offered. and rall'-f] Company K. p.t to tbe scene of a: 1 of T, s'-nt A'.r- T.-i': C aiv.-i- so; 1 ia.v to Char: H. Yvrk. repr-'-aOr.tir..- Mcr.-.-.r.. Mr. Coster was -h- or.'.y cnaso was rrir.-io n of the Erie Th" road V- orrani-ea ar. J th" Tbi? tr.r- rivinr it a irr.r.k Chicago w IMT TfonM Shrlvr the RJ1I. siirv'-T'iv. A'lj. In Sf-naV- '-'.'-rii" Mr introduced a 'n "Tof that no and appropriate-; I'-r-id by the S'-na'." of the- T p'il-'n of :h" in sn'-Ivinr the- WILL SPLIT THE PAKTV. Hetwven the ii South to tin a C.. Aug. State TDornoeratic convention whicL meets at Columbia to-day will decide whether there will bo a split in the party or not. Tillman has 25-2 out of 3'2G delegates and it is thought be will try to get the nomination, although tho convention is called to decide whether Stau- officers shall be nominated by the primary or convention plan. If the pri- mary plan is not adopted a split will doubtless follow, for many of the county delegations are elected for both the present, convention and the in September, which is to nominate oili- cers Those elections are declared illegal bv the Democratic executive committee and such wi'i not bo recog- nized in bv the regular lle- mocricy. Sinco Tollman's canvass of the State, tao regular Democrats have pcrfect.'d organisations in almost every county and are pronared to tight to a finish. There will bo in fact two Democratic conventions in session in Columbia, fur the s'triight-out IViioc will be there iu full fact, they .11 e airea.iy on the ground. A good deal has be''n said about the negro vote. Prominent Republican leadors now say there will be no Repub- lican State tic'-cet in tbo field, but that ti'41 negroes, if they take any part in the election, will certainly not vote for Tillman. The negroes have been used bv the Tillmanitos in making up their Democratic rolls on which representa- tion in the county conventions is based, but if it comos to a split tho majority of the negroes will vote airaiust Tillman with tho more conservative white voters of ihe State. Items of Interest Collected From Other Cities. THEY DON'T LIKE IT. Oimnl< ln-i Thnut to (i MI Mon.K. CVn.i'Miifs, O., Amj. action of the penitentiary manatrers at their last meeting in adoptnur a rosolution re- quiring the guards to irho bond in iho sum of ST.OI) each for faithful per- formance of their d'j-y is not relished by the sruards. many .if whoni declare they will resi'jrn rather than comply with the the resolution. is claimed by guards that as the system of Ciis- "trusty" pri-'o-ic'i-s is in vojr.io ;ro likely to I bo ;uul lo he hi th.'  COLONEL. by the Prominent t'rbann rit'zt-n A of :i Chlcajfo I'lrni. 0.. A'lir- Colonol Frank Chance was assaulted Monday in bis law office by A. T. ijt-'wart. of Colum- bus. a representative of the chino Company, of Chicago. Stewart called at Chance's ollir.o in relation to somf> business for the company which has been conducted by tho Colonel, and about which there ban been some pointed correspondence. Stewart got very abusive and wan ordered frorn tho ofllcx.'. but before going struck Colonel Chance, wbo. however, sustained no in- jury. Stewart surrendered himself to the mayor and entered a plea of guilty of assault and battery, and waa fined and costs, to Colonel Chance's prominence the affair crcat'-d a sensa- tion. _ A Cmnplrte Knr.cR-Ont. CI.VCIXNATI. Aug. The deciswn of Judges Jackson and Sago, of the United States Court, throwing the Intor-Stat': Commission out of in tboir suit against the Baltimore AObio. In a cornpl'-t" knock-out for tho commis- sion. It i-> that party or rav-s ar" and and subject to the- provisos that rates must be JMStand r-n-i that no discrimination V- -na-J'- arainsl persons or si-riiiarly T. ma: us AT! TI. o' TWO CENTS, LATEST iNK'-YS ITEMS. Gathere I by TeV-pr r.-vm all Parts at t'.u- I-' V. I MI i.l sj 1 J. At in has risen from to '.viio. Tho fune-.si  oi 0 -aKv Car- ver at i '.io u.is d, -livy d by (ire mli r r.g1'. Loss i-i- M-, of S'. t'lr-.'-lps, i'l has i Ii.'.- !OiL i '-I'l.iday. She u.is liorii in Mass., Au- 1-J. and is h ib-a-i "...-p, At In hau.tpol's. orhor ri-rht. tiro in the uook-n null of K Ci-isscudorf A: Co., c.uisod about d.tuiaire hi stock, etc. about Fifly-nin.o captains and a of tbo crows of the vessels of th" Danube Navigation Company havo given notice to their employers of their ir.Umtion to strike in September. M. Extraordinary and er Plenipotentiary of Russia to the court of !io is Paris, has become insane and has been placed in confinement. All the passenger conductors on the, Louisville, St. Louis X- Texas railroad havo been discharged and their places I'lied by the prompt on of eutht con- ductors. Xo cau-e has been assigned for tho change. Edgar Martin, aged mar- ried, while dn iuy in crook, near Kindlon, Y.. the ot.ier day, struck bottom u'ith such ferce that ho sustained an injury to his spin.) that re- sulted in lii-5 d'-ath. At Moniiu'uil. X V., on the I2tb. Salvador defeaiinl Teuay in a race of one and a -i.ilf unles. 'L'u.ie. Tho resiiit of this ra'-e Si-ttle-i tho tion of niiproiiifiuy botwe1 'i t'lesn cclo- h 'i-i'-s. li-ttisig to fivo in favor of Salvator. The .Spanish govennnejil h i r.-coived advices from tho island Yap. one of the Camline group, in t'.e Pariii'- Ocean, to tho ettoct that while a detachment of tho Spanish g.in isou wi-ir' cutiius' wood in the, forest they suddenly at- tacked by tho natives. Tho Spaniards iost ono lieutenant and fvonty-SHven 3oldior.s, the re.st of the [i.nly escaping ivitb great dilHculty. PiTT.snijKiiii, striko for nine hours" work and ten hours'pay, bo- ijun Monday by tho machinists and skilled mechanics. favor- ably for them. tui.-is havinif the Tni- prospects aro that they will won Uio fifjht and all bo at work in a d At tbo same timo .1C" spirit i> in.% and seviai hundn-d men come out to-mnrro.'. .ibfjt.t i.OiM in nuniber. :i! i p r in similar demand-. Ln-.'ir fT.s. THK M_A_RKKrlS. Klotir. <'irain SKW An-; IS M INKY c.illlunncil nt sinnK'-nt rali-s lijr.iMTr.nl. at cent In" -T I'-i I rules l-vi Actual rat'-s iii'i fcir sill-, 1 in i i-iT .tor d'mana G v mini-ill Duiid.s   -vln-'-r :i- ?l do H.-2 i i I'IT :it Jl 1 at "i'> j'-, do at ID f-'. at do Septcm'ier P-iUK-Mcssat :it Ocjobc IJrrrr.u tr- ry at K'.'.s a- rtiifA-." 12. "-V'iF.AT S r'i- at :it rur- A-..- at JT.'I-T r.t irv, f r T.K T 'n. I. S -T; -T a- M. iti'-'ii'i1 .V. VT. Hcarj Alitzer. a of the State Leffis- latare from Caiboun County, ha? boon arrested, charged -.citb vioia-.ir.g the pen sion laws by caaryiag excessive securing N. H.. The Srst anaaal report of X. J. Rachelder. i'nc Cons Tuiss: oner of and I-r. rratior.. shows that of farms reported in the new oocapied. Barnarn J. fhtlv. TrJ.o zl- tv street t.'-T" f ar.i 'si d that arc r.ow it O.. E. ap-i as 03 ii 'i Sa'- s.-.-. :2 r. 51- V. ;.J'i4. ft --.vx'.r.c at 5' I at t i4..5. CuTTTF.-S'-'.r.r v. r! liuii it 'O2-> j. r r-rt. lo to fa-.r >i v'- '4k 't'ti t' Jifltfl Uj-KJi H! ;M   

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