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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - September 5, 1890, Salem, Ohio THE SAI.EM DAILY NEW VOL. IL NO. 210. ALEM. OHIO, FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 5. 1890. TWO CENTS. SOW HE LIFS IX JAIL. 1 gaivyer, Wallace Co., of Assign. After Thirty-seven Years as Commi> I sion Merchants They arc Com- pelled to Suspend. An Attempt to Cmth Oat Competition by on a Small oipltBtcd Crash. NEW YORK, Sept Theflrm of Saw- yer, Wallace Co., cotton, coffee and provision commission merchants of No. IS Broadway, have assigned for the ben- efit of creditors, without preferences. The assignment was a surprise on all tbe and on Wall street. The cause is tho losses the. firm have sus- tained in their foreign option business. The house was established in by Samuel A. Sawyor, who came to this caty from Tannessee. The business gradually mcraabcu until it had as- sumed proportions, its rruni- flcatiofis extendin-j to all pcrtions of the globo. The firm dealt cxtonslvely in cotton, tobacco, coffee, produce and provisions and were prominent factors in all tho large suhomos and de.-.ls in such com- modities. In n. tobacco ayndicata unloaded on them an immense amount of low grades which they held for some iimB before they were able to dispose of it It was supposed that they had been making money, though at times they bavo lost from their syndicate dealings. Some seven yours ng-o they established a branch bouse at Louisville, Ky. The firm had branch houses in London, Liv- arpool, Glasgow, Antwerp, Amsterdam, Hamburg, Marseilles. Madrid, Paris, Berlin, Prague. Vienna. Budon, Pesth, Trieste. Lefrhorn, Barcelona, Lisbon, Mannheim and EUivre. The failure will undoubtedly reach into the though at present it is impossible to make any approximate estimate. Mr. Wallace says the cause of tho fail- ure was the result of the efforts made by the firm to squelch competition in the commission business by bus- iness with European speculators with- out a marffin and at a In the pork doal last January the firm is said to have sustained losses of on this account. Tho claims for these losses asrainst Buropoan specula- tors are a-nong- the- nominal assets. It is estimated that the total assets will reach amonjf which are in- cluded the claims in the pork deal. In 1SS2 the firm made attempt to oornor corn in the New York market, but made a failure of it. The tirtn hive Immense holdings of merchandise in the various products in which they dealt, but in an export and import way. It will, however, take time to realize on these holdings and the general opinion is that the assignment W.T.S made tc limit the loss on speculative? options. CONGRESSIONAL. The Usual Griat of Performed In the OS, Sept. Consitora- tjon of the tnrirr bill was continued nuder the i.ve-minute rule. amendment of Mr. Davis to put 5, ntling twine on the free llsl wae agreed fl4 to 34 The Senate disposed of all the !n the dutiable list except la the House. Mr Cutruuinira, rls'nc to a personal etplna itioa -.fi coTicction with Wr Cannon's famous "bhickli-t.." made a lona speech in criticism of the :md the The Clijtxin-Brcrkrja'-u'gt' election case waa debaied further without action. The House PBSSOU tha S -naie bill to the survey of the seventh standard p-ir.illel between Kortb South Dakota. "Death to YORK. Sfpt. "i. A special from tbo City of Guatemala says. "Death to Yankees" was tho cry of an and excited mob that surrounded tho United States legation Wednesday. Threats ol stoning the buiidingr and mobbing the inmates were freely uttered, but no overt ant was committed in tho face of tho strong force of poiiofi that guards the premises day and Every vis- itor is closely questioned before being admitted to the oflice and is under sur- veillance while inside and until bo emerges again. Another Wreck on the B. O. FAIRMONT. W. "Va., Sopt. A fatal freight wreck occurred on the Balti- more Ohio railroad eicfbt miles west of here Thursday morning. An east- bound freight ran into tho roar of the pick-up train, and the engine and six- teen cars were destroyed. Jaraos Cor- engineer of the freight, is missing believed to hare "been killed. The body of an unicnown man has been found in the wreck. The oars caught fire from the engine and the mass is still burning. American Foreg'ry QUEBKC, 5. The American For- Wtry Congress mot bore Thursday. Gov- ernor General Lord Stanley made an ad- dress. Papers were road by Mr. Lozon- 07 on "Timber Growing- in and Sir. Vellemorin, of France, on "State Timber Growing in France-" Mr. Fer- nc-w, chief of the forestry division at Washington, showed a model of a tree planting machine with which 15.0W trset could be planted bj one man in a IWd tsnwft Their PBII.ADEI.PHIA. Sept. 5. Nearly IV 000 persons were present at Belmonl Thursday to witness the attempt the atollioa Palo Alto and the trot- tia-f mare Sunol lowef their Neither the stallion oc the maro suo- the making the mile In ?i, unfortvoate marrinf and Altw the dlsUnce Jn FMDOIU Trouer KHletL i In the UhrichSTllle Thursday Altooot, celebrated owned rua through bj anlky <iuft kUML it of a NVw iJroker Who Ap- to Ovfo Anothejf -Money. NKVC Y< ire. Harpend- ing, a broker, was arrostod here Thurs- day on a char_-o of-rnnd larceny. Whila in IT '.ing met Lewis if. a l..-.vy-r. to whom he represented that he was a raenabor of the CoiiSoii.'siou Exchange. He advised to h.vve listed tho stock of the Wild Door Com- pany, of Colorado, of was the principal owner, and up m pending's representations turned over the stock in money to be this stock against possible left Philri'lilph'a, osioaiiMy to exccuw bis commission. Hearing notjing ?rom Ilarpending. rtairiod taiS he was not a of dcvot-.-J. to routine work j.nd d Of comideration of i.ie stau-ling- of the League as to TiuinfTienl admission of usw clubs and no'ico of those discon- tinued. The of olabs fulling- out and the nuaioer of new ones added v.-ero about, ei-'lrl It rocominondod that a coiu-nittoa o" ftv.-bj a.i thc prcsid-.'.l io vlvifh Hub is the winner of tne banner of the Buf- falo tor best pro rata att :-.t oiuous nu-otings du- ring- the past year. When I'rc -idont McAlpin called the convention to order nearly every seat in the large hall was occuuied. After prayer the secretary proceeded with the cnll of. tho roll of clubs aud delegates, which showed about 130 clubs to be rep- resented. Tho title of iht James G. Blaine Association, of New York, evoked loudaoplause. Those of several Harrison and Morton clubs A-oro re- ceived in silence. The substitution of the name ot Harry Hill for that of Elliot F. Shepurd from the Business Men's Club, of New York, caused a roar of laughter that shook tho building and it was some minutas before order was restored. The secretary's report showed 854 clubs in the State, twenty-four clubs having been added during the year. Resolutions gre'ji.irjg from the Repub- lican State Committee in ses- sion in New York wore read. A motion to table a communication from the PittVbursh Republican Club throw the convention into an uproar. The com- munication w.is finally referred to the committee no resolutions. Committees on Lcncrue work, etc., were appointed an'l tho convention took a re- cess. The reportof thocoinmitt-json League work plodded the undivided support of the organization to tho candidates of the party undor all circntnstunoes; rec- ommendM the formin? of clubs when- ever posslul-3 and iirjjod the appoint; niPnt of c-omi'iittBos to aoo that all Re- publican voters roffistor. Tbo commit- tee on resolutions reported in favor the indorsement of Ffarrison's adminis- tration, the Mcfvinloy tariff bill and af provin? of the Federal Elections bill and Mr. Rlaino's reciprocity scheme. A resolution was adopted that tho to the next National League Donventlon at Cincinnati be instructed to use every effort to have the national body meet in Buffalo in IS'W. P. II. Mc- Namoc and Rev. W. B. Derrick, of Now York, wore chosen to the national convention and the con- vention adjourned. IittrrNon In the Monntiln.i. vsin.vt. nis, Sspt President will le.ave to-day for Cres- son. Pa. Mrs. TTirrison will accompany him, as will also Secretary Halford. All husineis of a routim character will bo transacted at Cresson. The President will remain in the mountains until the ITth iasu, when he will fro to Toledo, O., to accopt the invitation of the Soci- ety of fchr; Amy of the Cumberland, which holds its twenty-first annual ro- union in Toledo on Septorobei .17 and li Shot Klo Wife nnrt Then ITImo-if. Crrv, N. -T.. Sept, seph F. Yoansr. of Phllrvdelphia. shot and fatally wounded his wife at oho Minncouft Hotel early Thursday morn- inf and then put a bullot in bis own head, but only slig-htiy wounded him- self, ffo was arrested and brought to the police station by Chief who happened to be there at the time, and who knocked up bis band when ho attempted to kill kimselt Taken from .Fall And Lynched. NEW OIU.EAXS, Sept Water Valley, Miss., Wednesday Mrs. Samuol Murray was decoyed from her homo by a nosrro named Rojrors on the prntense of helpinjr to rescue her bus- band from roughs, who, Rogers said, were maltreating him. In a lonely part of town Rogers assaulted the woman, and was arrested- The citizens took Rogers jail and hung him to a tree. A the OSWEOO, N. Y., Sept thousand people listened yesterday to a debate on the tariff qnostiot) between Representative Bynurn, af Indiana, and Representative Grosvonor, of Ohio. at. the Oswcgo fair. Both were loudly cheered and presented ingenious and plausible arguments. The debate spirited and interesting and two and one-half hours. tne Shot Wfiicem. CHICAOO, Sept American Shot and Company, to a trnst, finished its organization yester- day. The foliowlag officers were elec- ted: President, Joan of Pitts- burgh; Vice President, Alexander Ens- ton, of Cincinnati; Secretary aod Treas- urer, S. HL Blatchford, of Cblcaga- HOW. Sept, manafrerof the Baltimore torn ball dab, has returned from York. Mys that BO such msvtiM M reported (xwurred in Pbiladelplila twees reprtaeBUUvtt of tbe and SUFFOCATED BV Men at torn of Welt. NEW Yont, Sept tlgb.1 o'clock Thursday morning John Dillon. 4 laborer, weat down into a well he had been eug-aged to clean on tlio property of Kate Diiloa at West Now Brighton, Staten Island. After his beinjj down a short r.n-1 it being noticed he had stopped work, Thomas Sheehan climbod down to see -A hat was the matter with Dillon. When nearing the bottom of the well Sheehan was seen by onlookers to throw up his hands and f.ill heavily to the bottom. A man named Fleming then volunteered to go down and rescue the men. Ho edjcod his way down, but had only irono a little way when he gave a cry, ihren up his hands and fell to the oottom. After soni" difficulty and no little danrror ropc-3 I hooks were so- curod and tho dead boiies of tho three men wero pulled to tho surface, ail havinc beon to death by foul Tho i? twenty feet deep.________________ HAS-- Followinjraro tho score- of Thursday's gamea: XATIOXAL I.KACU'S- At -4, Chicafro 7. At 3, Pitts- burgh At Brooklyn- Now York :i, Brooklyn 7. At 7, Philadel- phia 8 AMEKIC.VX ASSOCIATION. At 8, Ath- letics 2. At Louis 13, Syracuse 0. At 0, Rochester 1. At Toledo 8, Baltimore 3. l.KAUUE. At Buffalo-Cleveland 0, Buffalo 2. At 5, Pittsburgh 4. At York 7, Brooklyn At 0, Boston 9. KENNEDY'S 8PEKCH. The Ohio Attack on Sana- tor a KlK WA.-ittr.vGTos, Sept. 5. Tho speech of Mr. Kennedy, of Ohio, delivered In the House Wednesday, in which he criti- cized the action of the Senato in shelv- ing tho Federal Elections bill and at- tacked the personal record of Senator Quay, was the principal topic of conver- sation about the Cnnitol yesterday. The Republican members of tho Pennsylva- nia delegation are much incensed at Kennedy's remarks and Mr. O'Neill has drawn up a resolution relating that Mr. Kennedy has violated the rulos and privileges of tho House by using lun- 'ij-irage uncomplimentary to the Senate and to Senator Quay, and providing that the speech shall not bo published in the Record. The ConfcrfeAA. SAHATOOA, N. Y., Sopt. Tho fea- ture of Thursday's session of the conven- tion of the American Bankers' Associa- tion was an address by Edward Atkin- son, of Boston, on "Credit as AilecUug Prices." The report of tho nominating committee was then read, aftor which addresses were made by Hon. William L. Trenholm, ox-Comptrollorof tho Cur- rency, on quoations of bank officers and employes. _ _____ Will Xot the 'iKKStoN, N. -1., Sept. The na- tional potters' convention yesterday de- cided not to leave tho Knights of Labor, but to strengthen the ordor in the West among the pottors by placing a perma- nent organizer in tho Western Statoa. Tho convention passed resolutions of sympathy with tho New York Central strikers and voted them financial aid. Campaign in Me., Sept Throe thou- sand pooplu welcomed Speaker Rood home last night at tho city hall. Mr. Reed was accompanied to trie platform by tho mayor. State Representative Fogg presented tbe Speaker, who was received with a prolonged burst of ap- plause. Mr. madn a lengthy spooch on tbe political issun? of the day. New DovKti, N. n., Sopt Tbe now evi- dence before tho granef jury in the Saw- tellft murder case is said to have made a stronger case than was at first supposed would bo the result It is understood that two indictments have been found, one for premeditated murder and an- othor as accessory before the act Vermont ftetarnn. WHITE Rivnu JOXCTIOX. Vt, Sopt 5. Two hundred and fourteen towns g-iTe Page (Rep.) Brigham (Dem.) 000; all others Majority for Pago. Same towns in 1SSS gave Dil- lingham Shurteloff 18. 1M; all others Majority for Dillingham _ Wreck and Rnlo- Sept 5. Two more arches of the Carlsbrucko bridge collapsed Thursday, destroying tiie monuments erected thereon. The inhabitants are panic-stricken and are seeking refuge on the housetops. The dam of Prince Schwarx -D berg's great fish pond at tinjau ha? burst Women Shot Dead. Ga., Sopt 5. On Wednesday wblle a colored excursion was on its way from Savannah to Albany a row en- sued orer a woman's choice of an escort Flghtinp soon became general and pis- tols were freely drawn. Seven women shot dead and several others se- wounded. Aerom UM The steamship it JTew York sailed 'HMD Qoeenstown M Tbirsday afternoon and tbe steamship To-tonic toDowed at a number of bett tetwera paeseagers on tbe ls as to the COMPROMISE EFFECTED. Some Events Among Buckeyes. GENERAL NOYES DEAD. of A Oallaat Soldier. Able and ntoui Orator. Sopt Judge Edward F. Noyes. of tho Superior Court, dropped dead shortly after eleven o'clock Thurs- day on North Court street, near tho en- trance to the jail yard. He had just loft the court house, having hoard an in- junction case. Coining down from tho bench tho jndgo onterod into conversa- tion with sevornl friends and just as ho reached the gutoway bo staggered and fell, striking bU hoiwl against the stone wall. A gentleman who was walking behind him at tho time ran to his as- sistance, but after u fow abort gasps tho General expired. Edward Kolhmsboo Noves born In HavtM-tiill. MU.SS., lSii-2. Oo sorvOvi five yeurs in u jji graduated at Dartmouth in IS.VT. and at the Cincinnati law school in 1SAS. In July. ISil, bo was commissioned major of tho Thirty-eighth Ohio volunteers. He was in many of tho great battles of the war and was noted foi hl-i bravery. llo a leg M Kail's Mills, Ga., in July, and was made Brigadier Gen- eral in In that year he as elected city solicitor und two yours la tor judge of the probate court Ho wn-i chosen Governor of Ohio in 1871, and in 1877 appointed Unitod States Minister to France by President Hayes, lie was a member of the celebrated Electoral Commission to determine the Hayes con- test In March, he was elected judge of the Superior Court, which he filled up to tbe time cf his demise. Judge Noyce was widely known as a public speaker of more than ordinary power, and in nearly every political campaign since the war ho has been ac- tive not only in Ohio, but in other States aa a campaign speaker. CONVICTS PAKOLKD. A Gaujr of Five Holonxod Frmu the Peni- tentiary by tlio ISowrd of CobUMitrs. 0., Sept Fivo more convicts wore reloasod on p.irolo by tho penitentiary managers Wednesday, making a total of ton in tho last two days. Tho lurky onos are: W. Scott Welsh, former city clerk of Bucvrus, who beat the city out of 310.000 by moans of forged paper, and received a nine-year sentence, llo was received October 31, und sorvcd just ton months. David Loutston, of Hocking County, received November for eighteen months, for burglary and lar- ceny. William 1'Iko received in May, for ten years for cutting to kill. Joseph lioino, Cuyahoga, received in March. for throo years for stabbing. William Taylor of Hamilton County, received January 13, 1884, for fifteen years for manslaugh- ter. Taylor killed o girl named Alioe Baker, who, some Uvo months before, had shot him for forcing his attentions upon her. _ _ ,T the School Tlooh Trmt. AKKOX, 0., Snpt. Tho groat school book trust ha-, broken out hero. In vio- lation of tho trust agreement Otnn Co., members, arc charged with making largo donations o-f books in order to se- cure tho adoption by the Board of Eiu- Cation. Ginn Co. h-ivo made a con- tract with the board wblch they car. not and the trust intends now to make a fight on Ginn. As Ginn has friends among the trust publishers it is bclicvnd that a big break in tho trust ranks will bo tho result. Roiiniori. Urrr.K O.. Sept Tho Ono Hundred and First rogimoat, 0. V. J., held a reunion here Thursday. Tho city was thronged with ox-soldiers. An Interesting programme was ferried out at Knights of Pythias Hall, at which addresses were delivered by somo of Ohio's most able orators, among whom was Ge.neral Ivirby, commander of tho One Hundred and First rogimont A banquet was given at tbo Pier.son Jloirte to the veterans and their ladios. Freight Drpot and Ilurno I. 0., Sopt. A larrra freight depot on tho C.. IF. D. rall- roap and tbe William Green grain ele- vator at Carlisle were destroyed by Wednesday. Six freight cars loaded with paper stook wore standing on a Bwitcb within rencb of the nre and wore totally destroyed. The C., fi. D. com- pany CBtimatos loss at while the loss to the William Green company is placed at abo-t Centrrmrtan Jolnfl thr Mnjorltj. 0., Sept Bridget Mor- rison died hero Wednesday, aged 100 years and throe months. She waa borr In County Sligo. Ireland. Jlor senses were unimpaired, except that she slightly deaf. She never usod glasses. and two weeks ago threaded her ows and carpet rags. At tbf time of her death her complexion wai M clear almost as a child's. A DtawitroiM Ft re. 0., Sept Mlohol Bros'. cooper shop homed Thursday at noon. About 800 barrels, a car load of iron an i m large quantity ot material were ooa The works are a total loss an' damajre will reach S4.000 or SS.OOO Insured for Several resideoow in ricinity wore partially burned hat tbe losses on those can not mtiniatod. _ _ of O.. Sept T. Dsfff salesman for the Ilcywood i Morrlll Rattan Cotnpany. Chicafo. suicide in room ai the Wednesday afternoon by drinlf tbe ooDtenis of a a uit'nt in Oispulc CniCAt.o. :ldSS facturers, in ii.o AnvUtoi have alTecteu j iv pointing of a M Jr.nv up a '..i i conforonoo, afior a.i hour session, produced a I.'M w Dach one present j-ict-d to road and sign, if -ory. stipulated by tnu i! r.t manufacturer and comp.iny not be asked to sign the ugro. n..-i.i; t committee of six appointed to these. signatures. and t'aat niattor be a: 3d" -i. meeting to bt> auM a: lit-.- on tlii- inst, TLi-> was ftErivuJ tho conference. >.r.u- jm, 'U .lly l5 .'r.y t .1 AX FACT. Coi'trfiol A war-toil Hit the Tun--.ol >.l .VI- I'.illu XMi'cli ip VT-ttor I'owor. LocKponr, N. Y.. i The X.atrari VV.K To1 d--M-f-lf-ii'cj ur.'iiiiiKtid -itor j.o-ver -.ee'-.'.s to 1. aspired tiling. The conn-act has awarded by the C.it.u.i't i-i Company to of York, but tho cxaft amount is not known. Tho papers influ'llni; the bond of the contractors .v. in preparation. The i 1 Company first, secured tl.o fi.ni'-hiF'1 in tho Legislature, of and since then sold il and oth-'r to O.Uract Construction foirpanv. will: the proviso that tho undertaking is to bo cofflpl'-tud by January 1-, IW1. YORK. Sept. A young En- glishman, named llarrv Wrigley, was taken to licllevuo hospital three weoks ago suffering from tynhoid fevor. On Tuesday evening, through tho careless- ness of one of the trained nurses at tho institution, Wriprlov uas poisoned to death. Tho nurse. Lemuel N. Jay.iet, was arrested Wednesday ul locked up, pending the result of the- in- quest, which will bo within t- "iv.v days. Jaynos Irankly admits having ffivcn the patient purr instead, f diluted carbolic acid, but that it was- ac- cidental. _ ___ Sonlli Sulrmns t'lc.ar-'l I'ju DK.vnwooii. S. Sopt. tiro- hibition law wont intoofloct day, in Deadwood. Lead City and -til the mining- towns in the 'Jlack Hills. saloon men here have been sellinif riplitalonpovcrsinco the law passed, in open defiance of the prohibition aoiiti- mont, Thirty oiirht in'nniaiosis 'voio served Wednesday on as many saloons, the doors und propei ty t.Lid n possession of by tho short ST. Thlanity- trave an overwhelming majority against the In w. Intense! excitf-in ent prevails and violence) is foarod as the result Urutally by KAN-SAS CITY, Mo., St-pL 5. V.'liiio Caps. Tuesday night, so brutally maltreated .1. S. Smith, a preacher, who lives in a lonely piece, of woods at Rono, Kan., that his life ib'despairod of. Smith Is abuut sixty-live years old and lha only objection which tho White. Caps had to him was that he had proposed marriage to a widow of forty-five yearl who livns in tho neighborhood. JI VHlcH'itt" i ST. Ixn'is. Sept Capfiin Ooodrich. of Lilllo Hock. A.-k in tenouslv Ho ran asUiciiu- boat on the Current and lilaok rivers in Missouri and Arkansas, making )iia Klatk Rock, Adi. Ho Dwnod tho Coodriub Hotel at, tho 1 namod placo, which recently bumc-d. Hib wife and family iivn at Spriiifriln'd, It, is he lias boon robbed jnd murdered. _ Stilxlnntcal Aiil Str'.kcrH. CincAOo. Sept. At a largely afc- tondod special mooting1 of l.he conl..c- tors and drivr-r.4' local as.-uniblj .10 of Labor, n, resolutions xverc adopted assnrinp. tno knights on -tbo Now York Cun- tral railroad of hearty and earnest sup-! port and in-Uructins1. ibu t.roasuror of tbo assembly to send tharn imti.0- iiatcly. _ Soon to lie Sept. Acting Sec- rotary Wharton has received a. dispatch from Minister Miznor, at the city Guatemala, saying that peace would bo proclaimed next week and that tho jrrncd forces wore rapidly The Minister makes no allusion to tho rocont shooting afTair. and Wharton no importance to the episodo. r s, Sept. The national ciissionary conference opened "ay in this city with meoticp- at the Socond Fresbytf-rian church. Tho abject of the conference is to enlarge the work of missions and endeavor to provide for sendinp alarpernunj- bor of active workers into foreign fields. for ARKANSAS CITY. Kan., Sept. Frank P. mayor of nitj, has been arrested, charged -.vitb It is claimed that the money was rocc-ivf'd from tho sale of certain city bonji. }Je never turned the money orcr to the city trcaa- _ "Foil Sixty Feet- la.. Seat. 5. Henry Ilio- be, tiniroith. while at work Wednr-s- on the roof of tho school lost his footing- and fell.tolao rround, distance of sixty j upon a pile of bricks war i.i- iUntly killed. _ ___ Death of Ex-Governor Sept. 5. Ex-Governor 3. F. J'oyes dropped dead in the court bouw Thursday morning. Apoplexy was Cause. t f iluj tlllf I 4 III H

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