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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1890, Salem, Ohio THE SALEM DAILY NEW VOL. IL NO. 201. SALEM. OHIO, TUESDAY AUGUST 26. 1890. TWO CENTS. 1ST GO IT Decision of the Federation Ol KaiUvay Employes. Further Than Approving of the Cen- tral Strike tlie Supreme Coun- cil Can Not Go. Order of Knights of Labor Not Being a Member of the Federation, the Latter's Men Can Not be Ordered Out members Tho went to York to confer with Mr. PowJerly ioaaJ M tic stuu raca'.s iiiacloby fully corroboru'.t.-u the In au in- '.ervle'.v wi'.h Mr. Webb j-_- refused to er.tertu-.a any proposition looking for settlement of tte difilculty. He would not arbitrate any question, nor make any explanation or concession what- ever w.ta regard to the discharged He olairaed the right to discharge employes at Triil, TTIII.OUI seeking explanation or giving to the victims of his power any des- potic nction. He would vj.re h'.s r ad to suit hiiiiS'.-lf. without ro'ereno' :o any rights claimed by it employes or aty rights c.turned by labor organization? to '.n mii-.fr to pro- U-i-t their mem'.'Crs. l..i-." h-.'.ir.l tee of its. wlio had visited New YorK for tae purpose of iiscerui'nins the true CO-: o: a "airs exUau-! every important oir.lon ar.d urnveJ at the conclusion, asfoliows: That the position of the of La- Vorasset forth by T. V. r..l Master "Work-nnn. "and the General Executive Ko.ird of the o; Lubor nicels ojr approval. Second, That the course pursued by H. Wal- ter Webb towards Mr. Puw.'e.ly iind the Knuhts of Lab- r. r.i'i'.vithsiauiUng "bis dvehv bad were given, many of them being: dischiryod help af other roads. A tour through the Delaware Jt Hud- son freight yards and houses shows that Superintendent Hammond's statements that tbe road is in regular operation is somewhat colored. All the trains that lay on tbo track near the freight house on Saturday are still there. Xo freights j of any description have gone out of the Green Island yards towards this city and none has been moved from north. In the freight houses a few men are busy, but, no freight, of any kind is being received from Albany merchants. Tho "only trains being moved in tho vi- cinitv Wore a few New York Central cars, and'Central engines were drawing them out. Workings of the New Coinage Explained. Wronjr Ideas a? to the Effect of the Recent Legislation Corrected. rations to th- contrary, vincc disrupt rtc-S'.roy liii-or Vork Central i Ind., Aug. -was done by Austin Corbin on the Philadelphia ArrnlRnment of President and MU Conduct Iu Retard to the Present Strike. TEKHE HAUTE. Knizhts of Labor asked for bread and their brethren of the United Order of Employes, better kaov.-n as :1.: PC-ITU ion, responded with sro-.e. It that the morsel is concealed in a Is despotic to an extrnt t5-it outrages every prin- cipler-r aii'l n adopted wouid.if syc'ccsolul rv.U.t.'C A-. i ric-.n tu 'i co'-.'.itv-. of s rfs. Fourth, That H. Wa'.tvr Webb, by the em- j ployment of "Juki rton thu.r- and mur- derers, vile wretches Jrem :.n'': brotls- els of New York aid nthi-r C-.TK- u> U II iiiL'mtrn duscdiv p'.uUsl his rule and Mr their n-.'hts, is guilty of u crinio of snju; ,i-v, "_ -1 llie u.iiac.- ui H. Walter fi'iv. wnn i who. '..a1'--' ust3'l their to secure power to de-irrarte J of Con In n f effor-9 aow tem.. nul b y i n. ji or -A't-hh v> dost-.oy the Kni'-'-'s t.a- wouM. ww-.- cireiiri.staho--- ch .IVT. .1 la like m.inui'i- fi- niii'V 'oilestrov ol er3] tr-iii-nf: ar.d When Silver at rarity With Gold There Will ln> Free Coinage of the White MetaL WAPUINOTOX, Aug. of Jhe Mint Leech says: There seems to no a general misapprehension us to tbo. of the new Silver law in case the price of silver should advance to paritv with "It bus boon HIGHER, hc f-.ld. "thru, in such case tho Govern- of jnent will cease while others Wnihiuictnn Hotel, j hold that we will then have free coin- Aug. CoBicrpSsmiin ag-e. If silver should reach its old parity of t-ho Twenty-seventh thf Oovornnient would continue to buy di 'd very siui- ounces a month (or so much t a. ci. Tvt.niday in tho j thereof as might bo oilered) under tho Ho'.'.-l. Mr. Watson was ac- of the present law. The new coiiipariiud b; his .--cci-ntary and law not provide that purchases were about to a carri.ujo to v.-hen silver rMchnS parity, be driven to tho Capitol. On tho way but that the Government not pay out of '.ho lobby of tin'hot Mr. pi for of pure silver, or 5'm corr.plaiTiod of a dizziness in his is the same thing, shall not pay head and sickness of tho stomach. Ho 51.29U9 per fine ounce. i fell unconscious and was taken to tho! "The amount of pure silver In the where stimulants wor-j adminis- silver dollar boino1 371 !4' grains, if tho tored and he soon revived. A physieiar pai.l per line ounce was immediatsly sent for, but before grains) it would would be paying I.. '.Vatson. t ot i'l-'-. at COSTLY MANEUV11ES. Brltoat Spend Over Million Dollars Then Dltcorcr That Their Equipment U to the Loxuox, Aug. is estimated that the accidents to various war ships during tho recent naval manouvros have cost the gorernment S1.2SO.OOO. Tho orolu- tions were remarkably unfortunate in this respect, souio of the most extraor- dinary collisions and other mishaps oc- curring, either as tho result of ineffici- ency on tho part of the men or faults In the construction of the vessels. Despite the enormous costliness of tho maneu- vros the naval journals ridicule the whole affair as a fiasco. So shots were exchanged, and in fact opposing sections of the fleet did not sijjht each other. The critics severely condemn tho Ad- miralty for allowing such slovenly work to bo douo by the fleet, and on every side are hoard iudisruant com- plaints of corruption in tho buroau of naval construction. It. is eharct'd lhat the deterioration noticeable in acrv- ico is only tho natural aud inevitable Afreet of the jobbery ubich prevails at headquarters. TJIT.Y WOULD IHKIGATK. Played on tba News Neighboring Towns. EVKKYTSIIXG for tin- Democratic Convuntiou Uoco- rutlons and Beautiful tHTectib SpRiNnriKi.p, O.. Aug. tlons for the Democratic Stato iv.nvon- tionaro completed. The City Hall pre- sents an artistic and thoroughly pic- turesque appearance. Hunting ha--. used In profusion. The walks, stago and balcony are draped in flags and hung with pictures of Cleveland and Thur- man and the former first lady tin'. White House, Mrs. Francos Cleveland. The stag-" especially beautiful i" its arran (-merits. In trip two immense UUCP in graceful folds and ti.'C is ;i mass ol llii' The dolc'cr'.'.t'is fro--i Clevohrid. Cinoin- of the Federation to the press dis- j patches for the official reply to his ap- ueal. The outcome may prove a death blow to tbe knights. At the same time it is t vindication of the conservatism of the Federation. It was formed to prevent strikes, instead of promoting them, and in tbe very first case upon which its su- premo tribunal has been called to sit in judgment it has demonstrated its intojj- tion of living within its laws, and yet it only after a warm struggle that tbo conservatives prevailed as against the supporters of war to the knife. When the members of the council came to- gether Monday morning the report of tho commutes was debated in detail. Downey, of Chicago, one of the repre- sentatives of the Switchmen's Union, made a two hours' speech in which he brought sledec-harcmer arguments to bear aeainst the proposition embroil the united orders iu a striUo. was no lack of speakers on the othc-r side and the debate went on for nearly five hours. Finally a vote was reached. .Tust how it resulted numerically is knowii -oniy to the delegates and will appear only in the secret records of tbe order, while the former aro as tight mouthed as ciiins. It is belie-, ed, however, that the three delegates from tho Switr-.h- mon's Union, two from the conductors, two from the trainmen and one from tho Sreraon voted in the negative. This would make the vote eight to four, and it required the vote of two of tho three members representing each order to de- cide wbich way that organization should vote, but it also required a unanimous vote of all four orders before a strike could be ordered. Hence even had two representatives of throe orders been in favor of backing the knights by a gen- eral tie-up, the opposition of the three switchmen would have defeated the pur- pose. As it was, tho friends of psaco had enough votes and to sp'ira. Following- is the rnr.r.ifosto of tho Federation: QE lttrirAHTER'5 OF SrrREME OOUNCtr. OF TNIIED OF RAJI.WAV EM- TEKUF. HATTE, Intl., Aug. istri. TO A [.I, IjAri'l-l Ol'.'JANIX.ATIOS-.: Men iind On ni'-ht of 5 -'.riko on the YOTK C-.-nlrn! '.Liver riiilroad. involrin1.- about eiyiit tv.r.s.ind men in the roa- -rhu me bor? nf a great labor lion kiiuwn a? the Knights of TQO rea -o- s'-t forth bv T. Y. Powclorly. chief o.tocu- t'rt of the order, may be- summarized as fol- lows: The peremptory of betwroa tirtj men employes of the rond and of the Knlehta of Labor, bocnuse wrc Kc'ihts without gtvin? r-.'ason whatever for the cll-chiirgc. Prior to'.lie strike the mon invoivud s-'Ught. tbe representaiiv.-s of the order, to hare their grievances adjusted, but their appeal b-i'.ug disregarded a strike was Inauirurateu. At ihlsjuaciufeT. V. Powderiy. General Master 'VTorkmaa of the KniKhts of Lsbor, entered upon tbo task of adjnsilnc the diiTeronces aad of making tuch -would result ia BD honor
difTcrent Gorman societies. Ic was a grand success, tbo procession boiugvory large, and the attendance at, the grave, whore ad'lrcssos wen; in luiih J-jfi- glish and numb--; ing After addresses, dancing ami Other amusements worn indulged in. Tbo city was gaily decorated. A Cnunrl t Cl.nvni.AS'n. Aug. .mi F. Lntimor. the tuason co.u ti i, i.'iv appcaro-.l Saturday night, :vnd baa bcon soon sincn. Monday wife appc-ar'-Hl at his ofllc'; }iis whorniibouts. L-.itiiuei- iy lu have collootnd roonoy on a nutrjb of :ir-lav. Hir. ing cxariiLned '.nUi a view >a -ti- tracts for bcliool buildings and (i hu-go church on tbo South Side.. Terrible In Street. i r-v thr- iUon. a yard band, and F'.-rzuson. a i FraiL bvth leffs T.ro- brakeraan on tbe Kentucky Central naoea bave j road, fotight -srtttj pistols on the of Rowland, both were iastantlj kiiic-d- Ferguson t f. vi Ii "o assess 2.1 Oxaca. oa-jvi oi M.2 e Tyyrz. ia to stand ;j--fjT2 3ss Tien ho Sn tes Jtooi lsc ties aes tiretr rmik hisgtos. tho of tbis citj. an Snixlkj sfvsraoon tbe Cwino ftboat eight nsiios of i j tValaat creels. Tbe bailooa .ve trees WcrtbiSitoti -with ft number a broken c'.ty. sfcot in tbfs cart and W coal strike ia tbe district is still 4.300 more men Tbe miaon have be3d which MMolTdd to continue the Horn for K-ihlinry. NonwAt.K. Aug. Ounn. Ptjir.l-.-y and Will t.hro'' ClarksHold boys, have. in jail charged with robbing J'-. Hicknvin and wife, of Ciarksfleld ono night ]nst weok. Thoy entered tho house heavily annod. tompplling thn couple to give up all tho money had with thorn, amounting to iiollarh. Tbo arrests w.jro ma-lo b> uu oflScor from Kipton. They will hare hearing Wednesday. Shot Himself Thronjh the NOUWAI.K. Aug. Mur- tcr, one of tho mostprominont rosidflnts of Milan township, attempted snkido Monday morning by shotting himself throngh tho head with a rifle. Mental derangement is the cause. He will die, Ho was an elder of tho Presbyterian church of Milan and a dologaro thisycar from the Huron Presbytery to the eral Assembly. While Hantlnc Mliei. FRKMOXT, O.. Aug. vViii- larns, aged fwonty-two years. death Sunday aftornoon by Jn Sar.dusky rivor. in to get sorr.f) across tho stroaTn. and -x-ith.n a fc-.v V-forn oo PEOHIA, 111.. ?.Ijn morning the iwr.en--" wn known the catod in the r.ort- end of discovered to on fire. The ca works wero V.'itN her the 3oss nos SOO.OOO. ____________ i rks I'j- tiro Famous Sprinter o. IL M. John- son, the noted sprint ran- ner, died bereS-ancayof int'ajninationol tbe bowels. He was. twenty-seven years old and a native of St. Louis, where leaves a wife two children, _ -Vw O.. A'j- gates to the Spriagr.e; all to votft. Tie is Cfoai- of Ft-.'c. frr Ssprcsie .Tudg'i Ki'-.''.T for cf TJoard of Public Works. 3for.-s-Al.K- 0., Join Aorf. a -weii-kr.own rnsrcbar.t ol iiy, died Ssn --.ight o; fH III 1 1 tf ifij m ill if iS i 1 i 1 I III II it 'lii'Jit'' n E; i
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