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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1890, Salem, Ohio THE SAI.EM DAILY NEWS. VOL. II. NO. 203. SALEM. OHIO, THURSDAY AUGUST 28. 1890. TWO CENTS. of the State Con- vention at Springfield. Eon. Thaddens Cromley Nominated for Secretary of State; G. B. Okey for Supreme Judge, sd Leopold for Ktovabvr of MM Board of Public Platform Adopted- O., Auj. J. A. jCorton, chairman of the State Central Committee, called the Democratic State convention to order Wednesday morn- ing. Rev. Mr. Brockenridgo aslced a blfssin? upon tho and the work was begun. At this juncture a telegram from Governor Campbell was read in which he oxpresr-ed his regret Mr. Elliott is prostrated and for not being able to leave homo. The entertained for his recovery. A COWARD'S REVENGE. Attonpt to Kill Toner Ludy by IU- jected Bolter. SCMJmr, Pa., Aug. Harold a young Englishman, attempted to kill his fiancee. Miss Marie Elliott, tt her home hero Monday evening. Sawyer became acquainted with the in Europe. Alter a brief courtr ihip he became engaged to Miaa Elliott came to this country with the fam- ily. It was learned shortly afterward that Sawyer waa a gambler and a confi- dence man and tho engagement was broken off. Monday evening he ob- tained access to Miss Elliott's homo and after asking the reason for the breaking of the engagement and potting a reply, he drew a revolver and fired two tho bullets srrazing Miss Elliott's cheek. Mr. Elliott rushed into tho room and was knocked down with i blow rrcai the Little Chancre In the Sew Tort Central Strike. Chief Artunr Defines the Position o; the Brotherhood of Loconio- tire Engineers. Over Sioux Disappear from Koselnul Agency. A Revelation by Censns Takers Which May Disclose a Biff SteaL revolver. Sawyer then made his escapo. ars are speech of Mr. Norton was vig- orouslv applauded. His reference to the ballot-box conspiracy was enthusi- astically received, as was a casual refer- ence to Senator-elect Calvin S. Brice, who sat in the rear of the stage. At the conclusion of Mr. Norton's speech he introduced lion. C. W. Baker, of Cincinnati, tho temporary presiding officer of the convention. It was devel- oped upon a ca.ll for committee reports tbit there were no contests, and Hon. L. T. Seal, of Ross, and Tfon. T. J. Cog-an, of Hamilton, wore made respectively permanent chairman and permanent secretary. Chairman Neal made a speech which was generously commended by cheers and other evidences of approval. Ho characterized the MoKinloy bill as the worst case of robbery on record and scored the Federal Election bill, savin? that if it passed it would ruin the peace and happiness of ten States. Hon. James W. Newman presented the report of the committee on resolu- tions, as follows: TUB PLATFORM. Tbe Democracy ot Onto. In convention assem- bled, reiving upor, tbe Intelligence of tha poo pic. and oontldeni o' tho justice of its cause, subiB-.ts thu fo'.liwirgrtecli'.rntinnnf principles: Reso'ved we demand the rr'lnc tlon of tariff tajea. and th.-it, we will cor.tfa.ie iba bottle for turtil reform rntll the cuuse of the p -dpi" Is triumphant. All monor tnkon by from the people should so Into the publ.c treasury. Turifl taxes should be for revenue only All M called protective tariff taxes are fiLShoncst, wasteful and rorrupilis-. They p'.un fler the raises to enrich t'-.c lev.- They tr've cnppled agriculture. retorJed minuf.ict-iri-g crentefl trusts, destroyed I'omm rce aad cr.r rupteuotir lawmaU-rs Tlier for3 w; are pose 1 to the McXlnlej torlff bill, now peadi. g In ConcrreJi, and bo'.irve m tho ox-pressed opin- ion of a most eminent Republican that "there Is not a section or U'ie in it th-it opens a mar- ket for a tmshe! of wheat or another barrel of we favor legislation looking te tbe suppression of trust? or "omhlnntlon? irtlcb are calcu'ated to "nhance prices or preveut re- duction by healthy cirnpetnioii. the Democnfc nar'y. bv its rec- ord, hns proven i self tho s'eadfast frleaO of the labonncf or producing clis-fe'3 an 1 That hats our earnest syropath-ea in their struggle against the encroachments and oppressions ol capital We with satisfaction the awaken lag amonz the farmers to tne of Rcnublic- an legislation cr.der which thoy are su-Toring. and invite fiem to join with us to promote leg- islatiou which -will better their condition and be jint 10 all claws. we favor the frse coinage of sll ver at Its nresentxatio with sold. we again acknowledge, the great debt of gratitude the nation to the horqos of ihe Into we declare tn of lust lib crsl and equitable pension laws, and we de- nounce the Republican narty for Its duplicity to the soldiers in net fulfilling Its oft-repeated public made to them. w? reco-ntz na a fundamental principle thni a free an 1 ballot is the boat se-urity of the ricir.en iind we favor such leiiilalion ,17 'viU secure th" .-reateat fn-C' purity anil secrecy of the illot. tho of Oaio, on hi'fo'fis pi an'', of fre1" ifUitutions. de nounco the Fe leral Election or F bl'l. co-r P'ja'lnij in r.s mvst claisrerouaanc 'e-.ol'it'onary mcisure ever ..levied to thwiirt the --'.-ill of thu peoole. subvert the form Popular It is n begotten ic de-p' i a'.ion to the pov. ei nf the K'Tiunlicnn pa-ty. It Is un ic that it the rnpncity of the people foi or porro" an hone-t nun of pu'.> ic op. on. i >it o" null. o! i.t neli e eeilon. Il wojld send out mln of '-h' dominant pa-ty. with powej tf the homes of private citizens, anil s'lnjio'. them to unendurable tloi and to intimitlat.io'i It would sur bil ot no." with annod hirjlin'.j's onij r've ;nwr to b of Thii rel.i'i'jn.i DOM- f xisi'.n? :n ull sections lent! :o derange trade" and the r-rtvirig ir.dusi tries of the country Th-; Republic vn party o, Ooio indorsod unc! art'eil :he oi the Forcf bill stands for'h as the defender oj tbls nttempted outrage upots American rlfthts S-acri a measure ousht not to be aa Issue be but ft hxs now become an is-u( between tne Republican psrty ud tho republic therefore to all friends o-' home ruU anJ pjr-ional liberty to pro'C5i by tliclr ballnts Riralnst this measure all other measure? abridging the estab Ushed rishts of cltlzpas. Wo denounce the des ?otic corlc of bv tbe preien.' Houie of National and tht and arbitrary proceedings of its pre Mrt.ng officer as the direct, ol a crimtna conspiracy to pltmder thj treas-jry oppress UK tn-j fraudulen .ly of the Republican That the pm dent, patriotic and eooiotniriil adainiptratlot "f State affairs undar Governor Compbell am "he Democratic1 tbe conS and approbation of the people. Hon. Thaddeus E. Cromley. of Picka County, was nominated for Secro of State by acclamation. Hon Georg-e B. Okny, of Franklin County Arnold Green, of Cuyahoira, wen placed in nomination for Juaee of tb> Court. The ballot was delayer by many changes, but resulted in th< choice of Okey by to to MADK CONGJISSIOXS. General Tie-up on the Southern lflc by Grant'.nj; Advance In Waives. SAN- FitAxn-sro. Aujr. 2S.--A big strike on the Southern Pacific has boon avoided by the railroad making concessions to ;he grievance committee of the Broth- erhood of Railway Trainmen. The com- mittee submitted demands from ledges in every city through which tho South- ern Pacific system runs, the general effect of which will bo to advance tho jay of braketnen ?10 and conductors S-5 per month. The company fought the advance as long- as able, but the men were well organized aid bad sort orders east to prevent railroad hands from coming to the coast, and to avoid a dis- astrous strike the demands were granted. In Sympathy With tSrov-r. TACOMA, Wash., Aug. meeting convened here Tuesday for purpose of organizing a Stato association of Democratic clubs. Dolt-gates from every county in the State v.-oro present The day was devoted to preliminary organi- zation. Letters of rosrot were read from ex-President Cleveland. Governor Hill and others. Tho convention gave unmistakable evidence that it was heartily in sympathy vith ex-President, Cleveland and took no stock in tho movement to shelve A Severe voi'.-Tioo. CITY OF Jfnxiro, Au? Liou'onant Ittirbide has bjsn found by a court-martial for criticizing his superior officers and sentenced to 840 days' im- prisonment, dismissal from the army and is prohibited from holding public office for a period of ten years. The case has attracted great interest on ac- count of the high social position of tho accused. Iturbido was tho adopted heir of Maximilian to succeed to the throne of Mexico. Did Sot Prttle Site Oucnlon. CUIOAOO, Aug. The World's Fair directors did not succeed in suuling the site question at thoir meeting Tuesday evening, but agreed to finally dispose of the matter on September 9, providing tho committee on grounds and buildings is not ready 10 report sooner. If this committee is ready to report before tho time named the president will call the board together and final action will bo taken. A Tnhsicco Trust. Nr.wVoRK. Ar: English syn- dicate ig trying to obtain control of the tobacco warehouses of Louisville and Cincinnati. Tho svr.Jicato will bo named this Wesiorn Tobacnc1 V.'arehouPO It is expectc-d that tfio ware- house rf v.-ill ;join. The nf-gotlitior-i are now pen'l- .ng und the uoal will probably bo madu within the next ten days. A Denmm! by ('.runt's Old MoNTicr.i.i.o, 111-. Aug. 2S. General Grant's old command, tho Twenty-first IllinoK infantry will
Wit.T.tAMS OROTR. Pa.. WM Democratic day at Grangers' national exhibition and 20.- 000 farmers were ia attendance Es- Governor Pattison, Dcanocratlc date for Governor, toloffrapbcd lf, would bo impossible for him to attend. were tr.ade by Hon. G. F Black. Democratic candidate for Licj- tonant GoTemor; lion. S. M. Wherry. oJ Faalkner, of Virgloia, and the i rill i i Hi 08 ID U-ii t i! itjS III III t'h I IH Z Sit! II m m mf ul I I ii m T, li T f it' 1 NftRf jrhj'll ill i 'M? i B f ilk did
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