Salem Daily News, September 3, 1890

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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1890, Salem, Ohio THE SALEM DAILY NEWS. VOL. IL NO. 208. SALEM. OHIO, WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 3. 1890. TWO CENTS. BALL AND BAT. Investigation of the Xew York Central Trouble. Vice President Webb Refuses to Tell About the Hirin? of Puik- ertoa Men. Say They Were tor to the KuightA of YORK, Sort. Puroell, Bobertson and Donovan, of the State Board of Arbitration, yRSterday began ;heir investigation of the causes of the itrike on the New York Central Hud- son River railroad. H. Walter Webb, third vice president of the company, ap- peared with frank Looruis, counsel for the road, and Flaiauton Harris, of Al- biny, to advise him. General Roijer A. Pryor acted as counsel for the Knights of Labor. J. J. Holland and A. W. Wright, of tboGonr-ral Executive Board oi the kniirhrs. v.-ore present. Vice Pri'siueiu Webb .said: "Tbo com- pany has had no controversy with any of its employes. On August 3 a number of our employes voluntarily left our service. Since then their places have been filled nn.i the road is operated suc- cessfully. The cause alloged for these men leavin? was because seventy-eight men of tue on the rond had been discharged because they were Knights of Labor. These men were discharged, by my order, for good and suQicient cause. The company had a right to dis- charge any of these men without giving reasons for so doing. On August 9 Mr. J. J. Holland culled upon mo as a repre- sentative of the knights to talk the mat- ter over. I refused and have done so each time a proposition bas boen mado to me since." On being cross-examined by General Pryor, Mr. Webb said the men had been lischarged for unsatisfactory service. JJis knowledge was obtained from the secret service bureau of the road. Wit- ness could not produce the reports made by his secret service mon, as they were oot now in existence. Mr. Webb was then asked a'hen hs first arranged for the employment of Pinkerton men. Mr. Harris objected, but the board held that the employment of agencies to protect its property was a matter of public in- terest and not a private matter as held by the counsel. Thereupon Mr. Harris directed Mr. Webb not to answer. On being asked if he ever requested aid and protection from th-- police before heem- ployed Pinkerton men, Mr. Webb said that he had not. This ended the testi- mony for the Central. W. A. Valentine, Master Workman of Assembly 10509, and one of the dis- charged employes, was the first witness for the knights. Tne witness received a written communication from the as- sistant superintendentwhich stated that his services would not be required after August 4. Then tbe witness told how ho had boen cautioned not to appear too prominently as a Knight of Labor, as it would interfere with his promotion. Dennis McCarthy, train baggageman, testified that ho was discharged on 31. On August 1 he asked Mr. Toucey if his discharge was final. Then Mr. Toucoy accused him of being one of tbe "kickers'5 and a Knight of Labor. The witness appealed to Mr. Toucey to re- member his twenty years of faithful service, and the latter revoked the dis- charge, but when witness reported for duty afterwards he was ordered to give up his badge and keys by a subordinate of Toucey's and was then discharged. E. J. Lee, Master Workman of Dis- trict Assembly 24tJ, testified that fSe Assembly ordered the strike because tne company bad violated an agreement with the men in which it was agreed to give the reasons for all discharges. Wit- ness had always perfcX-med bis duty faithfully and at the time of his dis- charge was an ortra hand and was on leave until ho was ready to report for work. On August 8 told tne witness that be was an agitator and would not be taken back, but that he would not be blacklisted and if ho could a situation on tbe New Haven road he (Tnucoy) would give him a reotfm- nxindation. Mr. fowderly was called and related his interview with Mr. Webb, but- said nothing new. Pending the strike, he said, be had no interview with any the road's officials. Grand Circuit, Kuccfl. SF-UIXGFIEI.H, Sept The Grand Circuit races opened hero Tues- day. Tbe track was soft in spots, but average time made was fairly good. "e four-year-old stallion Governor Beaton lowered his record of one qaarter of second. In tbe class, pujrse 81.5W, Soudan took first money, while the race was a walk- 'or Sievie. a CITT, Sept Tellers at of the larger banks report that the city is flooded with counterfeit S3 silver certificates. Many counterfeit are floating aboataW Both coun- terfeits are new and the banks say that tee have been here about The SS counterfeit is bard to Detect. Hn n. Ky.. Sept Married and Bartered, both within six boars, was fase of Ballard Broaston. Late afternoon Broaston was roar- to his divorced wife a few hoars WM shot down by Gilbert Mau- bis brotber-im-Uy. 117 Sept. News of flre ia a saaall pa the Itdian river. which de- nearly tte whole towa. Echoes th- PerftrmAocos of Following tbe scores of Tuesday's games: XATI-.XAL LEACH'S. At regular umpire fail- ing to appear if. time for the arse Nag-lo of tbe Chicasros was selected. After the first half of the first inisiaj had been played l-'eswoadeit. tho regu- lar umpire, arrived. The "ostons in- sisted on Fessenden relieving but Chicago objected and Xagli; gave the Bostons notu.e that he wouli forfeit the game, to Chicago unless tho jivae was proem-clod with. Tho fusod ann tho for- feited to Chicane. J to a in the meantime had railo-l ;.poc Chi- eagos to proceed onder pcruUv of for- feiture, and as tL-i-v j'.so relur-ei! be e.ive the game to iJoat.jn li to 0. Second -Boston 4. At 12, Pi.il- ftdelpbia 14. At 1, Now York 4. At 4, Brooklyn 5. AMKliK'AN ASSOCIATION. At Louis 2, Athletics :i. At S, Syracuse 10. At 3, Rochester 7. At 6, Baltimore I'l.AYEIW' LEAOUK. At S, Phila- delphia 13. A't Now 3, New York 5. Second 12, New York 14. At 5, Brook'lyn eleven innings. At (J, Boston IS. A DAY IN CONGUESS. Debated In the House-T.triff Oiscu-isioti by t-ena. ton. WASHIXGTOX, Sept Housr.-After tho transaction ot unimportsut yosieutaj the Clayton-Breckenridge election was called up. Mr Coop r, of O.vo op the Oe bate and declared that fraud and v.oleace had been resorted loin onler to carry Stconci Congressional district oi Arkans.is for lirccken rtdge. Mr. Cooper then went inio tbe details or the assassination of Clayton. Mr. Wilson, of West Virginia, resented on be- half of the minority the irnputjfou that Mr. Breckenridge would take advantage of murder for a brief poll iic.il prestige. Mr. Uergen. ot Xvw Jersey, In support of the majority report. Tl'.e C'l'o then went over until to d.iv Mr C-.na of Illinois, made a statement respecting appropriations made by tliis session of Conrrress ;is comp irod witb siBiilar tho House "was under control. The ii.inouoc'Hi tin appointment ot Mr. Flick, of Iowa as a member of the liaum invest uniting committee i Smysar, resigned Sanyer. fro-n the PostofDce Cpminittee, rei.o.-t' d ttm Fouss Anti Lottery bill gave notio" that he would ask for its oor.Md'jra'.iun --uon a-> tlie t.tn.t bill uas passed. The tarJl bill was then taken up and the schedule Mr. Iwlc frnvu not ce that he would move to strike out all the rolatiag to oouallcs. Mr. Hale offered the remproc ity amendment of which he gave notice last June, and spoke in support of it. Mr. Allison made a long statement about re- ceipts and expenditure's of tbe CVnernment and of the protMbie irJ.'ect of the turin bill on the finances, reaching the oonclu >ioa the ex- penditures for the current fiscal year be about "S-Jll.COJ.'XW. Tbe revenue for the year he estimated at 003 (XXJ, and if the t.'.rilT bill was passed he figured out :i decrease of OuOof revenue if S'igiir put on the free list, thus leaving a surplus of at the end of the year. _ ____________ The Single Tax ocateH. NETV YORK, Sept. 8.-The second day's session of tbo national single tax con- ference was fairly attsnded The com- mittee on platform presented a resolu- tion that tho conference elect commit- tee of members to form a federation of single tax clubs; that tbe committee havo povror to appoint an executive com- mittee and to adopt rules consistent with tho platform and address adopted at tho conference, and that said commit- tee shall call a convention upon demand of the clubs in said federa- tion. of Americrt-u TTheoImen. SYKACUSK, N. Y., Sept. At Tues- day's business meeting of tho League of American Whoelmen' Chief Consul Bull, of Buffalo, estimated tho expenses of the ensuing year at >t. IKO. One thou- sand dollars were appropriated for the use of tho road book committee and S250 for the committee on improvement of highways. The Chief Consul's allow- ance was fixed a.; exclusive of ex- pensed. In the street parade more than 400 wheels were in line. Ouarrrl KnJs la Mnrder. S. C., At, a. picnic in Orangoburtr County Patrick Lowrnan afld William Beckham. representing1 the contending: Domocratic factions, became involrod. in a heated political contro- versy- Angry words led to blows And finally both drew knives, with which both fought desperately until compelled to deaist from loss of blood. was horribly cat in several places and died a few boors Beckoam will Mrciorl.il Ex- Pa., Sept. Ex-Gov- ernor Cartin presided at the exercises heM by the Pennsylvania Reserve As- sociation, which were held Taesday afternoon in tbo of a larjre att- setnblagc. Several addresses were made. The monniacnis were then presented to the P.atileSeid Mwporial Society by Governor Beaver and -were received oa behalf of the society by Major C W. HazzanL _ On fcrr Gtrx.- FAI.TA. N- Y.. Sept Tbe trial of Cal Wood for tbe carder oi Lc- Pssco wa5 bespia The deffstse chalicnjed the en- tire panel of 100 jurors on grosnd (hat was not draars ac- cordiatir sw-aVJ. Fish Uined tbe and ordered a new pastel of KO jsrors dr ST. Lorrs. Sept. Toal miners In tlM Belterille dUttict forts on strika for two ceats for dirci 9U sniainff ownpSTiies are rnliaif price in tbe district hw OOOB one one-baif A TRAIN. Louisville Nashville Road the Scene of a JBoUl Crime. Engineer Compelled to Run Accord- ing to Orders Given by the Desperate Kaadits. Contonta of Mcsnenjjor'n Safe Secured anil nn la on Thftlt- Ala., Sept. Louit- oc cannon ball train, ?Sobile at o'clock Mon- day nigfii. iield at Big bridge. a mile north of Junction, hv rohbors, who entered the ,-lr ;lnii c 'jipoHea tho uii'ssen- to p-ive up the of his safft. Engineer Bob Si'.er was pullinjj out of Flow.1 ton and just ns his tr.xin, tb.0 throag-h p-press from Xew Orleans, go4 under ho tr.rm d around and sawlk- man standing rra.- hira. ileforo ho could usk a or look twico big lvuro in nee. Uo was toidto run his trnin up to the Escambia rivor bridge, some tniles distant, and stop on the bridge. Tliero was nothing left for him to do but obey and ho did so. Thera the train stopped on the bridge. The engineer was told to get off bis engine and did so. Then the robber directed Sizer to go to the express car and force an entrance, the robber putting a heavy mallet in his hand. Sizer did so and burst open Lha car door. Express Mes- senger Archie Johnson was standing in the car with his pistol in his hand, but seeing Sizer he lowered it. The next minute he was covered and told to lay down his gun and he obeyed. Then the robber standing iu the car door com- pelled tho messenger to open his safe and hand him ail the money. While this operation was going on the fellow was standing in the door looking at his victim and firing first to one side of the train and thon the other to overawe thn passengers and tho train crow. When he got the money the rob- ber told Sizor to follow him. The man showed tho way to the engine, bade Sizer to pull out, and with a parting shot and a wild yell, dashed off in tho bushes and was lost to sig-ht. A posse has left Flomaton and another has left Mobile in pursuit of the robbers. Sur- prise is expressed here that the robbers selected this particular train, as it is well known that the other trains carry tbe most of the express money, No. 0, the robbed train, carrying very little at any timo, and a small amount on this occasion. It is said that Rube Burrows was sf-en in Florida, and there is a possibility that he ordered the of his gang at Flomaton and joined thorn there to superintend.-the affair, but this robbery looks like tho work of Captain Bunch. An cmxy Itovivftllnt. ST. Louis. Sept. Drs. Wellington Adams and Theodore Diller have filed with Judge Woerncr, judjro of the pro- bate court, an application for the ap- pointment of a commission of lunacy in the case of Mrs. Maria B. Wood worth, who has been conducting revival meet- ings in a larjje tont on the outskirts of tho city. Mrs. Woodworth's frionds in- sist that sho is perfectly sano and that tbo application is the outcome of pro- fessional jealousy on tbe part of tho doc- tors, as they claim Mrs. Wood worth was making inroads on their practice by her healing power, which sho claimed to be endowed with by God. Panic on Board a Steamer. NETV YORK, Sept. Tho stcr.mor Massachusetts, of tho Providence lino, while off tbe "Cattery on her return trip from Providence Tuesday morning, col- lided with a railroad scow and her 1.200 passengers had a narrow escape. For ten rninutos a wild panic prevailed, but no one was injured. The bulwarks of the Massachusetts on tho starboard side for thirty feot forward and aft of the were torn together with as much more rail- ing. A nttmber of stanchions were broken off and several blades of the paddle were broken. Girl Found In a Keterrnlr. MTLWACKKE, Sept The body of a young woman was found in the water- works reservoir yesterday. The body was identified as that of Pranziska Schu- list, the daughter 01 Jacob Schulist The last 9000 of tbo young lartj by her father tbe steps of her home at Monday night, where she entertaining her lover, Charles Kcretka, who lett for his shortly It is supposed to be a case of bat no cause whatever is known for the act. Klllod br KLEATM, Sept 3.- Shortly be- fore noon yesterday a scaffolding in the large building at the corner of and Baapbin streets, fell with a ctash from ttw third story to cellar. William Harvey, a carpenter, in- stantly killed. Two painters named Henry Albright and Willlani Ray were fatally injured. Several others ora- in tbe buildiag were Sept Merars. Devlin and Krishi. of K. of L. Board- after a careful inspection of th" IS'ewYork Centra! Albany to BaJTalo. aswt ad- rrows jnore fonnttabte thai tfcc coajpanj U lociag dollars SAHATOOA. X. Y., Sept Ec- on Thursday. already plunrtorod of about in so-callod loans to tho ring that surrounded tbo lit" Presi- dent Colruan. EiTorts are being mado to compel repayment. Tho Danube, tho Inn, tho Adda and tbo Upper llhino are rising rapidly. Tho unusual huightof thu tl.io.ls throat- ens groat damago and persons havo boon drowned by a at Oloslornburg, noar Viouilti.. Governor IfHl has sont, a mesoi'iigLr to the Grant cionumBiit fund comrnitteo to bay that ho would be trial U> ro-oper- ulo witli tihoiii in any way. 'lno coui- uiittco will toeet ou the Ot'.i iust. tocon- sider tho plans presoiUocl by various architects. Tho jury in tlio of Anlon Mans, who was reported t.n boon mur- dered and robbed at Problc, Brown County, 'Wis., lisw rctairncd ;i voixllot finding the causo of death to htivo boon apoplexy and that tho bruibos ou his head wore caused by tho fall. A sad accident occurred recently at Leipzig, whoroby thirteen lives wore lost. While workmen wore completing the roof of a now icv.sl.ore liouso for tho Ulrich brewery the struct 11 no collapsed and tho 111011 wore buried in the debris. In addition to those killed many were injured, twelve seriously. The semi-annual mooting of tho Penn- sylvania Veterinary Medical Association is in session at Lancaster. There is quite a full attendance of rnemborsfrom tho different counties in the Si run.' Tho fjuostion was 'liscusiivl of pttttirminir tho Legislature to compo! rill uuiinaN aficctod with glanders to bo cither quar- antined or killed. THE flour. I'jralu utid I'roTlitoTk. Nr.w YOHK. S'sjit !por cent.; I'ustodr.itcs l-UVj, ac'.uot for sixty 'I'ivs :iri-l f'ir demand. Government bonds su iely. Currency Os at 113V4; Is, uotiix10.

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