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   Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1890, Salem, Ohio                               THE SALEM DAILY NEWS. VOL. II. NO. 205. SALEM. OHIO, SATURDAY AUGUST 30. 1890. TWO CENTS. Chicago Switchmen Return to Work. Trouble on the Alton and Lake Shore Roads Amicably Adjusted. Old Order of Aflklri mt Stock Complete Victory for ttie Em- Statin of the New York Central Trouble. CHICAGO, Stook Yards switchmen's strike was declared off yes- wrday and the trouble ia the Alton vards was settled in a manner agreeable 10 both tho company and the men. All the roads are runninir again as usual. incluui the Lake Shore. At the Lake shore yards forty-seven men of the day crew went to work in the morning and new men aro boiny hired to replace tho twenty men who failed to go to work Thursday as ordered. Officers of the Switchmen's MIKU.I! Aid Association he-Id a conference with General Man- ager Chappell, of tho Chicago Alton at the en I of which all che strik- ers returned to work. The men agreed not to in any way one hired to take their places, and in future before taking hasty action to proceed under rules of th-'- Switchmen's Association and the advice and direction of Mr. Sweeney, the chief of that The men also agreed not to dictate to the company in the matter of hirim, discharging or pro- moting its men. The company granted the rijrht at all time of appeal for re- dress of grievances, and signified its willingness so far as it could consistent- ly to promote its yardmastors, assistant yardmasters and other officers from the ranks. Most of tho striking switchmen at the Stock Yards and the ex-employes of the Switching Association generally re- sumed work, being given employment by tho different railroad companies, which will hereafter do the switching tinder a new arrangement. YOKK, F. Donovan, one of the State Commission- ers of Arbitration, called upon Superin- tendent Toucey yesterday. Mr. Webb joined in the talk. Mr. Donovan stated after the interview that he had nothing whatever to say. Mr. Webb was equally uncommunicative. The claim that the Knijyhts of Labor are making- relative to the inability of the road to move freight was denied by Mr. Wobb, who said: "We are receiving every pound of freight offered along tho entire lino, and on Thursday the record showed that 1GO freight trains were moved, consist- ing of loaded cars and empty ones, while at Buffalo and Albany cars wore interchanged." hen these figures wure shown to Mr. Powderly ho said it was not so, and when asked to give his reasons said that ho knew of one did not leave the Sixty-fifth street yard Thursday night. More than this he could not say. c' BUFFALO, N. Y., Aug. tras learned late yesterday afternoon that the striking switchmen had telegraphed to Superintendent Toucey at New York asking him to errant them a conference to settle the present difficulties. No an- swer has been received. A BtO ATLANTIC CITY. X. J Aug. Thomas G. Bovle, about thirty year.-; of age, of Allegheny City, son of N. M. lioyle. president of the National Insur- ance Company of that city, while in bathing at P.rigantino Beach yesterday, swam out beyond his di-pth, took cramps and was drowned. Lidden, of Pittsburgh, attempted to rostuic him. j'.it bud tu save hi', uwn son, who had become exhausted. Boyio's body has been recovered. Jack ftpcoriL Isi'Ki'E.VDK.NTK. la., Auff- SO. On ac- count of the coo'.or weather not tbe usua.1 number of people witnessed th'j races at Rush Park yesterday. One of the most interesting events of tho day when .lack went against bis record, lowering it to V- The track at Kr.sh Park is of the new style, balloon and is very fast, several records having been lowered on it at this taeot- injr. A Warfare. NEW YORK. Ausr. The fight be- tween the Brickmakcra' Association and the board of walkinsr delegates is tvatrcd by both sides more porsist- sntlr. There are over 12.ooo.OW bricks lying in barges at the various citydocks the manufacturers are apparently Powerless to deliver to dealers, because cartrnen refus" to "ririo" any but non- association brick- May Ittillr! Tnnnol. SAP.XJA. Ont.. Auj. Sir Henry Tyl'-r. Sir Joseph Hickson and Hobson. of the Grand Trunk parly their rivli to Detroi "il: a trip to tr.'-y will a-.vin five orders for Clmrpfd with propriatiaf in Three SAX yuAscijro. Aug. Ippropriition of S2.000.000 belonging to the Hale Xoreross stockholders is" iirectly charged in writing by one of them. Some of the stockholders had long suspected wrong-doing somewhere, so 140 o( them formed an association for the purpose of checking the supposed Their spokesman was M. Vi. sad ho sent a letter to the secretary cf the Hale Norcross company, in which he "1 am informed believe that the Hale Norcross company and its stock- holders have been systematically plun- dered for ;he last three years, and that the property stolen amounts to more than also that the theft has been through a fraudu- lent con'P-'rucy' and combinav.f.n be- tween thtdjrec tors of tho company and the of the mills em- ployed to njiliTjrC'S extracted the company's K EC ALL EH. The :i C.ann- Kisl.bcil lin Expre-is of SIOU.H'iO to foe Uyl.'ir; in Prison. JKFKEIJSOX CITY, Mo.. Aug. Sn. Wittroek, alias "Jim tbo famous Pacific u dying in tho penitentiary from heart disease. There is a rumor that he has trin-n the warden a written confession of the train robbery and in it teils where thu money not recovered by the express company can bo found. The warden will neither admit nor deny the truth of this rumor. On October 20, 1SSH, Wittrock, who is from Leaven worth, Kan.; Frank llaight. a SL Louis express messonser, and a third man 'from Chicago held up ox- press messenger Frothinghain on a Mis- souri Pacific train twenty miles west of St. Louis and robbed the safe of more than S100.000. The three were subse- quently arrested in Chicago and all but of the money 'U'iu- rock received ten years and the other seven years each. A f-'llct. PiTTsmTKOH. Au7. Pennsyl- vania Railroad Company and the Penn- sylvania Company are now delivering freight to the New York Central. These roads refused freight from New York Central points for some time after the inauguration of the strike.on tho ground that it could not bo handled without de- lay. The fact that thcso rondr. are again and forw-jrJing cars to the Central is an indication that this road is handling freight without much dc- lay- ______________ 5fr.rh-.rnMd Held Infintlcldr. Md.. coroner's jury has rendered a verdict holding Mrs. L. V. Bay and her daughter, Alice ISay, on the charge of infanticide. The evi- dence was Alice gnvo birth te a child last Sumlny and tbr-.t shortly after- wards the child was round undor the mother's pillow. One of the physicians attempted to take the child from its hiding place, whe.n the mother caused him to desist and the babe was smoth- ered to death before being released. A LONDON, Aug. y.ndal ro- contly unearthod in Wurtemburg more serious as further development; are made. The polif-.- have verified the existence of numerous formed for the purpose of uiM'.al Pi'ltilironre in all forms of thn grossest ic'-. Hundred' of arrests have been p.nd niibiir feeling at Stuttgart is greatly excited. The officer' of the crack Uhlan regi- ment are among the implicated. Mordoror Kscnyos from :tn .ifjluiu. LOUISVII.T.E. Ky.. Aug. Sam Scanlon. who been confined in t'.i' Anchorage lunatic asylum Mnce his ar- rest on the supposition he was in- sane, has escaped from the asylum. Scanlon. aftT killing his vife, feigned insanity so successfully that ho was committed to the asylum. II" pretended to be very an'1. crutches, which h" left behind hi'n. I'e helped by fri'Trls to osrspe. Murdi-r Fttlliiwrel FAS Fi'.ANf-lsrn. John M. Chcnowith. a saloon-keeper, shot and killed Richard T. Carroll, of Carroll A Carroll. wh-V-r.1" Thurs- day and then blew his brains out. Cbeoowith had a bill, and while Carroll was g-oir.r "ver his Vdcret Chenowith behind him and shot him in the head. Carroll was prominent in business, politics an-1 athletics. ni? TIMHF htvmtt w IhAUIL General Improvement in Business. Better Demand tor Mar.nfiietureil Iron Steel. Mills Crowded. With Orders. Improved Crop a HeAClion In Which Imports NEW YOKK, Aug. Or. Dun A Co.'s Woekly Review of Tradosays: -The great relief in the money market here caused by treasury purchases of pel cent, bomls: rho refusal of tho labor fed- eration, to t.ikf up and extend tho strike on the New York Central, and tho pros- yoL-ts th.'.; Senate will soon reach final action on the tariiT bill havo all tondoi tii of business. th-'' I'.'ie !'.--ie crop prospects have brought a distinct re-action in tho most retarded ox- ports. Thus, while the volume of do- mestic trade creator than in any previous y-.'.ir a; this soason, the for the future is brighter. Wool sales at Boston reac-iu-d pou-ids th" market for fleece has been weak, letter orders for woolen goods aro reported by the mills, partic- ularly in men's wear and dress goods. A fair trade continues in cotton goods, and the manufacture is encouraged by a fall of y x. At St. Louis (5, Baltimore 2. At Syracuse Louisville 10, Syracuse 9. rr.Ayr.Hs' I.EACJVE. At Bultalo 0, Philadel- phia S ten innings. At Boston Pittsburgh. 0, Boston IS. At New Chicago 4, New York 11. Ar, I'.nxii !yn Cleveland 0, Brooklyn 10 -tun hnir.i'-s. Why U WM A- FmMtakcr'i Whlok to t> Aug. seat to llotiM an to a for information concerning Alexander J. Wedderbnrn. incited that grow frauds had on Pbmtoffloe Depart- ment Wedderburn in connection' with the transmission through the mails of a neJctyaper "The National Farm and at one-eighth the lawful rater, that the newspapers, though printed at Alexandria. Va.. were mailed at a called Grange Camp, es- tablished at the request of Wedder- burn. one of whose employe? was post- master; that the Postoffico Department did not establish criminal proceedings against because the De- partment of Agriculture interposed in his behalf. Mr. -Wana'naker states that the post- o'lice ;vt Grange Camp was discontinued because Weddorburn. though not post- master there, was in reality inspector of the otik-.e. He was, it is stated, al- most it< only patron, and he mailed of matter himself, not paving anj- stamp money, and as a re- sult, while the receipts of tho ollico during tho time it was in existence amounted to tho sum of went to pp.y the commissions of tho post- mastor, an employe of Wedderburn. AT A KOPK'S END. Guovn. Pa., Aug. About persons attended tho firanjjera" national exhibition yester- day. the- morning Hon. A. J. War- ner, of Ohio, delivered an address on the silver question. WHS followed by lion. il. I'.rigliftju. of -.he National who spoku on "Farm Pursuits." la the uft'-rmon Hon. head, of New .Tersov, discuise-.i thi. tariiT question and the McKinloy bill. IJont licutrt. IT urrroiM.. Conn., Au-r. at- Friday at, the Charter Oak Park races was unusually large. Tho weather wa.s fine and tho track fairly fast The race of a quarter of a milo between Harry Wildes and Laurie on his bicycle was won by the horse. In the class, trotters. Thn Seor won first money. par-ing r.v.e, S4.000, was won by Dallas in three straight heals. IDrawnfrl 'VVIft- :incl Dnuchtor. ST. Minn.. The of Walter F. Honon. inspectoi i resenting of tho Northern charg'-i j with drowning- his wiff 'latirht'-r ir j the Mississippi. s-Ti j ending Thursday afternoon when coroner's jury found ihst, the circum- for FnUc Arrnnt. XKW YOKK, Aug. 30. General O'I'uirno and John Simpson wore yes- terday with papers in a civil suit for damans for false arrest, brought against thoy. by attorneys rop- Alexander Phillipsnn. the -.vab arrested and held on sus- b.-Sn? tho rniirdercr of th'; man body was shipr.-.-'j ty country in a barr-i! of cement stances pointed to fo Knapp Sc. Stod- furnit-jro storage warehouse at northwest corner of Union and .Six- was destroyed by fire- The of cars  struck a three-story wooden building- ISO foet long by 40 feet buloujrinp to thn Coldwuter Road Carl, Gjiupatiy, llllod with 000 worth of materials and fin- ished and di-inolisliud it. A v.'iiui- inill west uf the depot, was carried over the pump house several feel iib.u-i; wires. The tin root trio wheulbarrow factory was rolled up and lauded eighty yards away, ii'id -ihn LSI. thu entire roof with this rafters taken Orchards siilbji-cd n-Iv loss to tlie care company is .510, ouu. COIIHIH Trlul Mud tip. Miv.VKAi'or.ts-. Minn. Ann1. At the census hearing ro-ruiiissioner D.lell yesterday tlii" neyn did not all, did Detectivo Mason, upon whom another -.iibpiiTia had be( n A suliputna was issimil for Supt-rvisor Davenports who is one of tin1 w I Vise i. Maso'i's lawyors !-r.sou.jil ni..; :-iiu iiJt'iils of rhe coiiitnissioni'i-'s rioi m a writ oT liabeas corpuH i i-.ird by .IntlKi) in in St. Paul .Monday. riio lfjja.1 complioatiijtis More in- volved daily. 1-rUciiiiTt ..I shot. Yri-K, (iiriii-inaia, Anir. --Of r.h'i iiffhl iirisoiii'i-s i-apUifil at l-'on. i., 110. five shot, a-i prisou-u-s ot ;in'l if the 11- tr, place on .July -I. were shot :it Jiiliapa on Aujfii-a ii, ala.) a-, prisojiera of war. This may seem to tliu military iijon of olhur natidri. a r'-ache.s oini l.iie law, but it i.s no lorians aie a captured by shot. uiri :ii. .11, l.hai! rii." (iii-'.'oiuaian ih'jm havo boen tin- r. Fifteen where OTTAWA, Out.. Aug. Chinamen s1-- i it Victoria from they had ln-un a '-'.r: United States Th'-y SMV t.'ifT will work their way I'uget Sound into Washington, an 1 to San Francisco, iri spite of the Statos Within th': last month Of a largo nurnb'-r of Chiri'-s'- havo ar- rived at wtier'-. tb'-y r-lan to thesuselvos into the. I'niVsd States. __ _________ AVIll >r Kan., Aug. from Washington stalo that Harrison will in a short ;i (irocia-r.ation the Indlins of tho I'o'towatomi'- i-f-servation in to take head and ordering th" of ttv-ir ty for o: -no iranv This will :i si-vcral'.v In upon th'.- ab rif A Dnrl to Ihf Itrxtn. Turner, on': of r grog. and St'-vf WV-rrick a duel Wednesday r.'-nr .MiddJov Turr.or a and a Werrijx thf broast ar.l rf-'-piTcd eleven knife in ail. Worried Thursday and Turner is past 3i Heaver a caliiut for the proper ob'Orvin-r of Monday next, an-i ordermr several dcpartTO'Tt'' of the Star.f srnrnent be closed fur busin.-ss on lay. i i I i -ill ii h w I! W if 11 m Us ffli i? 1_ NmiPA.irsflHCHIyEs.-orn   

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