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   Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1890, Salem, Ohio                               THE SAI.EM DAILY NEWS. VOL. IL NO. 207. SALEM. OHIO, TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 2. 1890. TWO CENTS. Labor Day Celebrated in all the Principal Cities. Monster Processions of Tradea ganizations and Knights of Labor. Or- Meetings and Picnics Attended by ThounsncH of bf Prominent Xr.w YOKIC, Sept. separate labor parades were tho peculiar feature that marked yesterday. (Xse was under the auspices of the Federation of Labor and tho other under that of the Central Labvr Union. The various unions of tbe Federation assembled on tho East It was th.it about 000 :nr-n were in line. There appear- ance was docidoJ.ly jool and along tho' entire route elevations org mi. .vtions rt-cc-ivid much Tnero were divisions. clothing CD.TI- priM'd tho first; the foi'd producers the ;i'.-iind, the cigarma.k-.M's' unions the tin bi'.iilin- ti-idt-s tho fourth ar. 1 tin) fifth '.nisciii'.anoous trades. The Central Labor Union led by escort he.i-led. by Marshal C. P. Rogers. Something like men wc.-o in lino and into two LriiaJes. The first of tbo first brijrade was composed of Typographical Union No. 0; the second division of the clothingivades: the of and coal shuvolers: tho fourth of machinists, tin and sheet iron workers and granite cuttars, and the fifth of woodworkers. The first division of tho second brig- ade was composed ths various dis- trict delegates and the second of brick hanilers, lumbermen and cart men: the third of foundrymcn and ironworkers; the fourth of Italian marble workers; the fifth of the United Order of American Carpenters and Join- er and the sixth the progressive painters and varnishors' unions. In Brooklyn business was suspended. The various labor Tuitions made a parade early in the day and v.-r-re re viewed by Acting Mayor In the afternoon a grand festival was held at Ridg-o.wood and iliph Ground Park. Bixrov, Sept. tbe or ginizod workmen of TJoston celebrated their fifth annual holiday. Tho of thp ur.v.M'var.cp. are si-mlnr to erf previous years, emuraciag a parade, picnics and sports. Tae parade formed at nine o'clock an! marched in four di- visions to PostofSce square, where it was reviewed by Chief Marshal R. C. Fanning and dismissed. The procesMO'i presented a fine appearance and all along the route was received with warm applause by the cr.iwds of spectators which lined tho sidewalks. CHICAGO, Sept. thirty thou- sand men marched yesterday to tho music of the cause of labor. The main parade and picnic was under tho joint auspices of the Chicago Trade and La- bor Assembly and the Central Labor Cnion. The Knights of Labor assetn- hlies marched five or six thousand strong by themselves. In addition to the night-hour day bann-srs carried by all tho divisions tho carpenters carried the motto: "Strike to-morrow for Amer- ican fair A number of the direc- tors of the World's Fair, the mayor and aldermen, judges and other dignitaries occupied the reviewing stand. Sept. Day was fittingly celebrated in this city by a streft parado of about men in the forenoon ami a mass meniing of work- infjmen their families in Allcgao- r.y Park :n the afternoon. The mass was addr.'S-.'a by various ora- tyrs of loc.ii prominence The Knights of Labor organ uations wore offended because they not olilciaily invited to participate and did not turn out Tens action of the knights has incensed other oriranizations and bad feelings ha-.e boon engendered, promising a con- tinuance of the wrangling that has re- cently characterized the relations be- tween the knights and the trades unions. A general observance of the day was had throughout Western Pennsylvania. ST. Louis Sept. Day was observed in a becoming manner in this city, many manufactories and wholesale houses closing in order that their em- ployes might enjoy the day. At midday about 5.000 members of different trades unions formed in Drooession and aftet parading the principal streets of the business section of the city, marched to suburban parks, where the day was spent in picnicking, games and in lis- tening to speeches fty local editors. O.. Sept. Bay was observed here by a monster parade of trades organizations, the greatest in of numbers that was ever wit- in this city. After the parade t2c day -A-as spent incclobating at Halt- north's Garden. BEHIND THE BARS Conies Sujussjled Letter Telling of brutal Tuiiea Upon Con- BOSTOX, Sept the or "Fort the place of solitary confinement in the Massachusetts Stato prison, there are twer.tv-f.ve or thirty men who are charged with violating rules of institution. They are sup- posed to be separated from the outside world, withnocommunication whatever. Yet Sunday evening there came to the Herald office a long letter, written on brown wrapping paper and signed by thirteen of these men. It tells the con- victs' story 8f tho recent outbreak and asserts that the warden is the whole cause of the dissatisfaction existing in the prison, and that ao is totally un- fitted for his position. It alleges that tho men who partici- pated in tho Kertillon Ky phouting, pounding with d.pyers, ere., were clubbed, thrast isi squa.'.s of four or six into colls and jd of food for liity nouri and thut the stood p.t 04 degrees steam A as iiuo tbe vcrttiist irs until the men fainted he i; and lack of water. It the severity of this for a, o'leii-o" which caut-od th.1 recent not. Thj 1. t- ter expresses the bopo that the charges which it makes may be IJASB li ALL. IN mm The German Flag is Trampled Under Foot. Baker> Carrying the Banner in the Labor Day Procession Assaulted bv Junior 0. U. A. M. Men. A Fierce Strascle Which Endrtl In of Power Being Torn to Shn-tts. Sept The German flag pulled down, torn to shreds und trampled undor foot yesterday in Alle- gheny by Junior O. U. A. M. men. It parried by the bakers' contingent in U.e labor parade. At Arch streetand North one aido was prevailed upun by i-.jv'snbjrh of the .luuior O. L'. A. V.. order to order the obnoxious las- hu'il.-'J Trie bcr.ror refused Epiclrmle of Tir.r.i.ijr. 2.-There- is an epidemic in Jr. one S'Atnn of vsr-rc- from "T.ce. The thefts of ;owsiry pnTx'e The poHce to oreveni th" oT-jr Cottin Crop Krrr Knoim. Xr.w Or.i.EATs Sept. New Or- Exchange has issuc-i the 'o-ow.nr oSciai of tso -ottoa o: the United" for the yar esiisr -aritb tV? close of The total crop Mies. exc-H-Iir.? Wo? every grows by aiHl Harferr Hilt. Sept. the Hirer and Harbor bill bave ?ca-5.7 reached as it r-asscd the House 59.97S.945: as it pMWd ths -Senate StV and M afTMd to ia Keccml of liv tits on L.'.irriif, an-l Brotherhood fields. Following aro the scores of Monday's games: NATIONAL LEAiTUE At Pittsburgh Hn.o'vlyn !0. At Chicago 3oston 1. At Philarlelplra-Cinc; "..la 1. P'l V.SDlphiaS. At Xew Cleveland U. York 4. AlfTSHXOor-  '.o, Werl'2. At CoU'vu'nus 7 i> Uumo'.e 0. AFi'E'tSOoN 1 VMKS. At Tuie.'o i.-nsp -o. At Pjil St. ls> f Vthl -ties, 7. At. Kn ii.'1 ICOL'i.ootor 10. At -Col-jui o 0. Jialtmiors 0 ail'.u A Six Day fV Matuh. DETROIT, Mich., Sept. 2. A six-day, 142 bours  n to effect a complete con- jolidation. There are eighteen shot towers in the United States, and of sixteen are in the new combine. Xho capital stock of tho concern is 30O.OOO and be Jishcd in Chicago. Enconntered IT Ilerrnu tToamship Orinoco, from New York, ar- rived here yeit'-rday bally shaken She encounter'.'d a fr.rri'-an'-' mije> north of d 'hi; higher and un- furled it to the rode off and the spectators be_ra.i to There wore a l.'.rge of Junior Order :non .in 1 th.'y wore particularly Thry called buck tho aide and th.it the bo re- moved. The otl'uer tuns urgu-J rode into tli'j rAnks and took hold of tho ban- ner. Ho tried to take it away from tha men who curried it. but the men in tho ranks quickly surrounded the aide and essayed to beat him off. Policeman Diebold, of the Allegheny force, dashed into tho thick tho fight and beat tho horso and rider with his mace. For a time it seemed that tbe champions of tho flaj would win. There- fore the Junior 0. U. A. M. mon who had encouraged the aides to remove the nag took part. C'anos and fisU wore used, resulting in black eves and torn clothes. Policeman Diobold was roughly handled. Despite tho efforts of the bakers and tin policemen the flag came down. The Junior Order men secured the'banner and in about a minute all semblance to a country's emblem was gone. Tho silk was torn to shreds and the men trampled them under foot. Having won the victory they shouted: for "Tho stars and stripes tho only banner on our and other patriotic sontimonts. They retired and tho bakers closed up their ranks and proceeded on tboir way. They will not fool down for some time. They threaten vonjjoanco. No arrests were made._______________ Xutic'ii.'.i Con von tion. NEW Sept. Institute crowded yost'-nlay at the opening of tho national single tax convention. Two hundred and tv.-nntv delegates, rep- resenting singio tax clubs from thirty- two States and the District of Columbia wore present. 11. Martin Williams, of St. Louis, was elected permanent chair- man. Among those present were Henry George, Louis F. Post and A. L. Ses- sions, of New York: Thomas L. John- son, L. A. Russell and Dr. David Berk. of Ohio: H. G. Woodhouso, Samuel Clarkson and Thomas Prczor, of Penn- sylvania. Social Scientists In Convention. SAKV.TOO.V, N. Y., Sept. gen- eral mooting of the American Social Science Association began hero last niyht and will continuo until Friday evening. Morning, afternoon and oven- ing sosiions will bo hold. Some of the most able, profound and advanced think- ers of tho nation will road papers and disfuss them. Tho president of the as- sociation, lion. Andrew White, of Ith- aca, N. Y., gave the opening address in recognition of tho twenty-fifth anni- versary of tho as-sociation. tho of aa- Tor I'ulillc Bn Sept. Members of the House %vho aro interested in tho passage of public building bills have united in a request to the Committee on Pvules that sufficient time ba given for the disposition of public building bills now on the calendar. The petition is accompanied by a comparative state- ment to show that tho appropriations for public buildings made during this session are less in the aggregate than those made during n corresponding pe- riod in the last Congress. Firemen Itnrncd by ST. PAUL. Minn., Sept. Monday morning a fire was ignited in th.0 kitch- en of a house on Flamson street, where a gasoline stove was used, and the de- partment was called to put it out. While the firemen in the room en- deavoring to smothor tho flames the gasoline stove exploded and seriously burned four of the firemen. Lieutenant Haynes was badiy burned and will prob- ably die: Second Assistant Cook will probably bo disfigured for life. Tho Strike. CTTK-AOO. Sept. Tho long throat- strike begins to-day. Ail union carpenters out. with exceptions. The men working oft the schools will not bo interfered those working for who r.r" w.'.'.ir.i: V> piy the cents an hour f--7 by agreement entered last M.i- be allowed to con- indications tbe f. ionj: and bitter one. AN INCOME TAX. Gibson BUI to an Odloun Method of rroduelat Revenue. WASHINGTON, Sept Gibson in- troduced in the Senate yesterday a bill to provide an income tax. The bill pro- vides that there shall be collected for 1S91 and annually thereafter a tax of two per cent, upon the pains, profits and income of every resident of the United or citizen temporarily residing abroad. This tax is to be upon all prop- erty rents, interosts, grains and income of any employment or vocation, includ- ing salary as member of Congress. It is provided that military or naval pensions and the sum of of tho income of any person shall bo exempt under certain conditions. The salaries of the President of the United States, the judges of Uui-ol States and officers of any SIR to a e to V> oxeraot. The tax is to be assussed und collected by the >oer of liitornal Reve- nue under an el-moralo systom provided in the bill. s AL. Procei'tiinirs i-i of tlv.-S XlMIHtl'. W vsiitsn r -N. Hors In ihc HOIKO yesfitl iy lir Co r. of a olutiou .ng RfprcsentAtive S'.nyser. ot Ohio, from .lutr on tho K urn com- mittee. on jjrounJ tbat BIr btook in rcfr-irprtitor wbicU plays So pr -m r.ont a p. lit In tlic At -Mr n'.t'-st he rr-lTved from duty on tdf c-'ira'aittoo. Th" Pppiiker suld hi hud no of Mr i onuoc- tion with tho rip. my when ho appointed thai gcnt'cta.ii! O'i tlie coinruittee. The p.'-s 'M. utuler of the riUos. the bill providing for Onvernrnf PI tiou of co.il miuos in tin: Sonutg bill exteudliijr jari-di-tion ot Federal Courts to the groat St-nuio bill lepaliz- mfr n 'icross the MNs'iifi raer at Lex- ington; a blil t.i ratify tho Suo and Fox ;uid lo'.va Indians Oklahoma and a suostitut- fort'ie Scnu'.e Lull tig of w.iyto the IJjtrhinsou Southern ruilrouii through Indian Torrkory. Hour and Mr. niair osked that labor bills b-; considenM. a- npproprluto to tho duy, but Tne tnriQ bill was and th Woolen and silk sched- ules merged to us repjr'.ad i'roia the Finnncc Committee. BKATKN T--> A Coronnr Diet Frutii Rrcnlveil lit Hniuls of Two Yomitr Men. N. Y.. Sept. last Monday night as Coroner Samuel Sharp was on his way borne he met Stephen J. McConnoll and William E. Vogt, wh'i were escorting two young1 ladios to thoir homes. It is alleged by the two young men that Slru-p made an insulting re- mark refiootinir upon the character of the ladins. Ilowr-vor that may bo they attacked Sharp and poundod him so that his death took .it noon yesterday. He was unconscious most of tho tirno since tho trouble and bad been unablo to tell his story intelligibly. fifty-throe years old and leaves a family. Vogt and McConnoll are in custody. Loxuox, Sept. opening of tho trades unions congress at Liverpool yes- terday was marked bv tho greatest en- thusiasm. The prominont, labor agita- Mann, Tiilutt and woro wildly applauded. In tho course of his address John Burns warned tho congress that it was necessary to keep the labor movement out of politics, as it was essentially an economic question. The. congress is by far the largest and most important of tbo kind ever hold. Senator Scltentp. WA.sirixr.Tox, Sept. Sherman proposed in the Seriate yesterday an amendment to the tarifl bill to estab- lish a limited, reciprocity with Canada. The amendment provide? that when it has been certified to tho President thru tho government of Canada has arranged to admit free of duty coal mined in tha United States, ho shall inako proclama- tion of the fact and thereafter coal mined in Canada shall be admitted free to United States ports. In the VMiollc Dciljt. WASHINGTON', Sept The public debt statement issued from tho Treas- ury Department yesterday shows a de- crease in tho the past month amounting to The interest- bearing debt, exclusive of bonds issued to Pacific railroads, is or less than a month ago; whilij on tho other hand the net cash balance or surplus in tbe treasury during tho past month has decreased from 400 to Democratic Walkor-r In LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Sept State election yesterday passed ofl quietly so far as known. Partial re- turns and estimates received from thirty of the seventy-five counties in tho Statfl indicate increased majorities for Gov- ernor Eagle and the Democratic State ticket over two years ago, when his ma- jority was Democrats claim the State by from 23.000 to 30.000 majority. Mass., Sept. Mon- day morning burned the carpenter shop and dwelling house of Nathaniel Hern- ing-way at Maplewood. Loss Mr. Hemingway, while trying to save some property, was fatally burned. Tha cbersical engine, while on its way to tho firp. w.v; by a train and the driv- er. Oeorj-el'hil'.ips. instantly killed. to i D had A i case V> r in br VJ Hans It ff. T. CoIIis. a r-.Tr.r-er of the York Grant r -.'r. a to H'-r Flo-rer. qr.lr.rs -hat if tb-i Plnmb 0f n an-i j year? of f bis Nc-w York ns for tac sjojisraeat ia Adopted Coro r-oj.A. III.. Sept. com cutters in. Colos and ar.tios left :be fields yester- refnsed to cent Between 300 mnd 400 joined in the strike- As the'crop Is mnd the time sbort for harvesting- jrrowers in maoy will be compelled to grant tbe vaace HAT. e by hia oa the rttsra Ircsa G; T iso svxea Sept Bj :be of two of oil In of A Co.. f.re starM wifch the stock to tbe ex- teat of tw9 treBM were If TrteL Sept fall of Conn of Qtraen't Roach was ben C. for nbootlaf his brotber-in-Uw. from OwvUad. Jane, wu coaxsmp, tat did not pat is M Mrf brack warrant WM ordered to t Kcws of the State Gathered Among Our HE WAS A MASHER. A Cfenton TVntch Maker's and How It Terminated. CANTOS, Sept marriage o! John Kirk, an employe at the Pueber- Hiimpden watch works, and Miss Anna Pellon, a charming young society girl, a few days ago created a sensation here. Kirk, who is a dashing young man, c-amo hero from Snringfield, a few yean since. While working in the lattet place ho made the arniKiintan'-e nn.3 fell in love with a cirl Anna JTc- Kinney. When the watoh works re- moved to thi-< city Kirk asked Miss Me- Kinnoy to nccorapnny him bore. She consented and a few wcoVs they arrived here. Kirk r-'fin.) to her and was accepted. B 'th wolkci] in the watch wor'ics, ini'.ki'isrsrood They CDncludod tluvy a homo and a portion of the of each wp.s paid on tho propertv vuivli tho Kirk a fino specimon of manhood and a   conducting a big at tent capable of sheltering iii. ?y people. These icooiinsrs hav highly sensational character. tho past week it has been a nigaiJ.y oc- currence to seo from- fii'ty to ineti. women and children stvctehctl T. lie ground or on tho big in religious frenzy or stapefii11! haustion, wbilo other hundreds shoutod, sang an.l s-wtiig1 about. Wellington Adanrs and Pr-, Theo- dore Oillor. o-: after :IH invo pronounced Mrs. sane i'i of gro i', v.-'.-s and th.U hor victru-.> M v Ji.vp- Ir.t-c i'ia' dc- euro -mil that Hio S> i! and lui k t.lu> up. worth er.U'ii-, h.iM- .nl, ur.l liny rune's. Oxorl.i. MI) po the nviM- Sun.lay lo ing of more scenes of the P.KI.-.'. -i c bar.u'tor. of M TPX.. Sopt. Tlio tcwn ol Marlin still maintains an aU'.imie oi rebellion against tho aiitlioi-itv of ernor Ross and tti quarantino placed against, 'Wn.-o. A lawyer of this oily, win) wai to secure an injunction ui o. f -.1. so ia- volving was fun ihly tho cars and driven o'T ii-nd ;ho tion against which the inninrfcion brought gained an inipurtaiita.u He has tiled a suit airuinv- tins of Marlin for S.MiO.OUii ilf Tho commoive of vVai'o is ribly as :t result of tho quutaaticae. cotton trado boingf (lirei'tc'il ;i'M'v. ernor lloss says ho will qaai1 antiii''. und t.hc Texns rr-nifi-rs rjio within a fnw hours or flic tmviv. Il i feared thorn will be a culliiion them and tho poopln. T'ucr Ni w LviNDox, Conn., iiionllis ago Ira oi' town, son of a woalt.hv mill ownfr.. and killed his father's t oai'hmacf. Sam- uol Groen. The cause of the muster ti> a mystery, but it is ihat, Krigjpa. and Grtjijn iiiUiu.'.i" r i j. woman. Uritrgs hown-ct1. ho did tho shooting in trial of Brig'cs, on tiu> iviartr i ..-f oiaa- slaughler, was assigned for Sinco tho tragedy LJrigg-. b.-.s1 signs of an unbalanced mind. two weeks ho boc.atno vi.il'Mstly and has been taken to tho State retreat at Middk'Uwn. a raving TO: Like M Ciouif. Pour Admiral bus j'isi following dispatch t'roui t.io of tho Navv: "Proceed to with dispatch." Admiral nruvva ho is ignorant of tbo re.-is in 'bis ordnr. The tins morning It, will tliat tho 'irrivo'I lur, cf'titly tho it lii .t; Nl that Admiral liroiva .J.niu i.uat vfi.e left tho islands a rpwliiMo'i -i: minont that h'- to Irarn "f u violin' cjin'.ri'. Sept. 2. John phroy, hook-koopor, in the j. tho Valley Iron several wooks ago cm a vaca'-b-i. j'> is now loai-od that Humphrey ha3 de- serted his wifo and six childrorc, elopixl in wuli p. Catiscr, whom ho rnf-t in (Jomcrioi. County, Pa., some timu ago, 'Hifl Nciitroi.K, Va.. Sent Inspector .John C; ,t after a careful re view of all the? mony in the case of tho tho steamers Lomaeand which occurred July I.i-l. i'i Pu- tapsco river, n'-ar Fo.-t C-irroU, whim. caused the death of fiftoon. revoked the licenses of aT both l. Sept. 2---.fo'm and William Travis arr.'Stf'I r.crc last night by while rrt-.rrmyi- ing to soil a watch. Wij'-n .viarjaed thej bad in thc'ir .jvcr pawn tickets fro--! brokers in Nv "xorlc, Detroit and Pittsburgh fnr dia- monds, watches and ticket from a New York broker ciH'-t; for a lens. _ Woand Up of Frnfirt. Mir.'.vr, M-oija. Minn.. L. of this Slfd with tho an application up the affairs of th'. o' a benevoient secret '.r -inv, TV. incJnde obtaining irion-.-y i--3'-rfju' lirejonscs, forgerj. Prevent Sept. 2. rr.ifn tr.'k.J tweea Suakira and of Soudan has been .ao.-Otr prevent ;be spread of cuok-ra. X. 111., Sept. There -vrc six Incendiary Sros hero nights Only two s. and To: A Western railroad ato burned. fc Id! n   

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