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   Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1890, Salem, Ohio                               THE SALEM DAILY NEWS. VOL. IL NO. 215. SALEM. OHIO, THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 11. 1890. TWO CENTS. itrict Party to In the Senate. ks of Discussion Terminate in the Triumph of the Advocates of Protection. loara of Eloquent ttebate te Commlt- Appolntrd. Sept. Sea- et at o'clock Wf-lnosilay and alter AM ROMANCE. of a Who It Tart Territory. LOXPON, Sept Indignation is expressed in France orer the tact that Samudoo, the so-called West can Mahdi. who recently made a treaty of friendship with the English, followed op tbe treaty by purchasing from the British a large quantity of guns and cartridjros, acd thereupon proceeded to attack the French. Notwithstanding hl6 guns, he got the worst of the fight, hla favorite commander being killed in hand-to-hand encounter sis hours ai.owed to close th ssion. Mr Eoar was ihc first to address Senate. Referring to the reciprocity isiilon, he th.-.t he bad voted tor It some he-itauon r.ad siiojJld not have so if he had thought that th3 scheme com :1 in the araea Itr.ent was all that wns Uko- out o: entering on that poiicv There tome irrcat o-ja! in ay which had been ably stated oy Mr [5. Hiscock KOiume: cefl his speech with a nrrr.ignrarnt of Demoora'v he said, had surpassed their pr a-u! irts.ncfre piofessions or .on to the oJ thi- ecu: t- Kreryerforl Mr. ll.seock said to !e lowes r.'id s.ec-ijrt: fr--e for the la Dem- ch 1- Of tho F-aura Investigatltiff Com- mitteo. Pedntwl Qneatlnns Conjfress- man Cooper to Lose His Temper. French lieutenant. Saroudoo is now engaged moments spent with ro.ir.oo b-jsmess tho j in tne people of tbo Western bill vas np-tie option being on f an on fche He is said to be as peculiar an indi- vidual as tbo original Mahdi who caused so much trouble to the British la Egypt. J Born in the kinjdom of Bornu, his i mother was tbo Nubian slave of an Arab trader. As he up he bocMtjc irn- bued with tbe idea that it was his rnis- 1 sion to restore tbo supremacy of the I prophet in western Africa. The King of Bornu, noticing T.bat tho young man was ambitious, order-id him to be de- capitated as a lesson to other ambitious 1 youths. SaTuudoo was warned by a friend, said to have been 0116 of tho sultanas, and fied to Ssnegil. Tbere w And'tha' he curbed his fanaticism under Christian .i.id since 'theuoppoW all that (protection until disturbances in Bornu ,i to the e'evMion and to assurance of i tenanted him to return. Tbe dissatisfied .rights of the cities of the old accepted a leader and be Turpie tr." Son.-.te in made himself master of the country, displaying much military ability. Tbe King of Bornu was one of bis and Samudoo sat down to his first) din- ner in the royal palaco with the mon- arch's head on a plate before him. He is now the master of 2 ccnsilTrablo share of West Africa and the British have been glad to purchase bis friend- ship.________________ TOOK TO THE WOODS Wreck it iu ij. i; c oyt on g cias-es, tad been resisted by the Den ic party up to by er-ry method 0 the oiil, openiiir wli an a ;e "pauprr lahor" usid in t'u debate. He said th.it 11 that meant the of iiru.ilvrsv ot he was certain none of the produces of labor, either irope or in United Stites, entered inco olume of foreign cointuerce. and that if it t the labor of ihow were represented international consrress of labor, it should Q quiillfl'.d :'S "puuuer It was true iborijr of Surjps wr.s verv oftea iJ'.y paid hat in the United Stute- they oft'.jn verv paid. If American s wurf: sur.orior to w.ices In other coun- it was a s for rejoicing, but it wa3 no u win the .tm-'riuan laborer should be cifj 10 uuueco'-s.irv exactions or to unjust 101. the next H3 said hs J not emuJate the example of the Sena- om Ntew Vork Mr .inJ lollo'f ato the rtoru un of epithet fnd That Scs.itor had chorged the Demo- p iny with iming the pa-ty of rufflanisin nmo 'and aacl charged Democratic Sena- Tiili beinir 3t pr-.tt.nSrrrf and hsbilual slanderers. Dr-tnocratic pirtr gentk-ma': in lift that The Democratic party amid all its irtunes and mistakes ha.rt a which her r.olH'.cul iticn could produce. 1 century in peaco and in war. in sunahjne n shadow. Its flop had ftaxte in ovlry county and State in the Union, and a continue 10 Moat until the country i'.seif id to exist. to tho question of reciprocity. Mr. declared that Mr. Blalne'a market was in olnce The people of the West co-i'.d I the mirkotof Great Britain. were bound to have the wheat and com meat products of tbe West, The South "ic.m did .cts would not Mr. Test eciprocitr arsifinduicnt because it commit- j the president which n-crf abl'.or- to the principle--, of th-> Govorucnont. Vance said that the treasury not. in jn-piratloo ot theol-1. beur, considered jn lightest degree Its purpose was (so it wag to reduce revenue: but it was not to re- laxation. It was intended to til- while reducins revenue, and to divert that taxit'.on from the treasury of the peo- tue pockets of private parties. One ob- >n Mr Vance made to the bill was that U and scandalously aecllonaL Jones, of Nevada, made an address in of the pol'.cy of the protective m and illustrative of its effect in develop- Ihe mechanic.il arrs and the industrial sofa nation He compared the free trad- 3 the robbers an'l pirates of the Middle and said tbat trade would result in estruetion of industry, this point of Mr Jones speech, the prosld- ftlcer (Mr. JuguHs) nanounccd that tho six 5 assigned for seTerr.i rtebato. hid expired rote then taken and the bill was is 20. The pairs were uncecl. thLj first named in e .ch oouple be n favor of the bill- Dili hand E'Anunds and ForwcU and ic; H.ile McPirerson. M'irriU and pton: Stisn'or.1 and Gib-sJii; Pettigrew aud Aldrich rrovrd thit the Scnat" insist on nenament? to the H mso bill iiiil for a mttee of con'errn.'e to st of sevey on each side. The motion was :d to ar.d Sht'nnan. Aili- and appointed conferees on tbe part of the te. The House spent th" entire day flll- 'riatr on the questinn of approving the 'al. the object of tho obstructionists of the Langston-Ven- case. tTnf.ivoraWo Cror AsnixOTOx, Sept. 11. The national reports for September show that injury to the corn crop reported last th was intensified by continuance rought in August until rains came a relief, but too late for full recov- Tho average is 70.1, against 78.3 month. It is the lov.x-vt a 1SS1. The returns of condition of ,er wheat, at the time of harvesting, ess favorable than those of July 1. as threshing has progressed the Its are disappointing. Ml Dem Will Kot Strike. -TOO5A, Pa., Sept. A meeting 10 adjourned conference of miners operators of tbe region comprising Bounties of Clearfleld. Ontre, Cam- Huntington, Blair, Bedford. Indi- and Jefferson was held bore ay. A committee from each side endeavor to arrange a scale satis- )ry to both. The joint committee low in session and it is stated lifficultias have been amicably set- no strike will occur. Worth oTGooih -.vr YOBK, Sept The large fancy of M. Strauslcy Bros. Ox. ex- in? through the block from One dred and Twenty-fourth street west bird avenue, wam gutted by fire last ling. The loss is JTO.OOO: insurance ,000. The watchman employed in itore was burned to death. Me., Sept. Mr. Nolson'? es Nelson, Medorm. Bed Uawk. y. Rolfe and ArtiA will hew ly for Bloomlngton, HI., and tbencfl ugh the American Association c4r The French syndicate has raised price for Nelson to but Mf. wn decline! to sell. Etftht BolMlopI Rornfxl. rscxyyox, Sept P.re or> rf here last which red and fof a koed tbe dentruotloo of tbe prloci- of fee After Having Cnuited a Itallruad by of TAI.I. MiAS'EE, Fla.. Sept. 11. A miiod train and a freight train collided at Chaires station, a few miles oast of lere, Tuesday. Conductor Dacosta, o: the freight train, bad his Ing- so budly crushed tbat bo diod shortly afterwards. The responsibility Tor the accident re.-ts upon Engineer McDonough, of tbe !roigbt train, who ran past his stopping ice. although several times v. arned by his fireman. Waen the coUUlon oc- curred McDonough and tbe fireman jumped and escaped unhurt. McDon- ough took to the woods, but returned tiere. where be was arrested and lodged in jail. Tbe conductor was killed by jumping from tbe top of a car, where be Uad gone to set brakos, aaa I'-Ji the AFKAJD OF KBTALIATIOK. fhfa Premier Why the Dom'.nl.in Not Fuvor Ctiineso OTTAWA, Ont, Sopt In reply to a trades deputation Sir John McDonald on Tuesday said that the Canadian govern- ment could not pass a Chinese exclusion act if it so desired, for the Imperial au- thorities would have their say in tbo matter. Ho believed exclusion would be a mistake and tbe opinion that if the United States persisted in enforcing a restrictive policy against such immigration the Chinese govern- ment might retaliate. Such retaliation would be to tbe advantage of the Do- minion. Bo promised, b owcver, to Uy tbe matter beioro his ami to- iore Parliament. Uorrorn of African MABSEH-LF.B, Sept. Tbe French man-of-war Taurus has arrived here with sailor? and marines from the coast of Dahomey, who have been exhausted by the hardalijiio which they have unrlor- gone. The details of the recent defeat of tho Egbas by tbe Dahomans show that fearful cruelties wero peroutratc-d by the negroes. Infants were roasted alivf-. and worr.on by tbe score killed and mutilated in tbe most shocking manner. Thirty of the Effbas'villages were burned. The Dahomaus showed no mercy.____________ A and and Testlnoaj i WAsnixGTox. Sept special House conucittee examining into the j charges Commissioner of Pen- sions Raum its investiyation Wodneaday. Judsre Wilson opened the session by Mr. Taber, aaem- ploye of Mr. Lamon's. He was exam- ined in. connection with thirty cases, wliich, it was charged, wera by Mr. orders put upon tbe completed files of the when all but nine of tboin, upon by thu department, to iricotu- ploto. flo stated that from, tbo informa- tion tlip.- luv.l with "h" Pension Offl'-'fl in cocnwrton with those ca.-.fs tboy wrro considerod complete; but in sotse cases dupartmout was still in communication with the War Depart- ment or of tbo for ad'lirior.al and their oSice had no way to ascertain these facts ex- cept by asking to have the case taken up for completion. Mr. witness if ho had not, in company with Goorge H. Squires, private secretary to Commissioaor Tan- ner, and others, gone no the river and had wine suppers, for which he, through LtiLLiun, hud paid for. Witness saiil he bad not, but admitted going with Squires and others for a day's outing, on they haA moals, etc., but said that each man paid his share. Jlr. Cooper that Mr. Lemon had come before tbo committee and made statements him (Coorjer'l and oSensivo in bis manner towards him. Mr. Lemon had admitted that be bad boon disbarred from practicing be- fore the War Department for forgery. At tiiis Judge V.'llaon jumped to his foot and pxclaimod that tho statement v.-as false air" that, Mr. Lemon ad- mitted nothing of '.he kind. Continu- ing, he said that, Cooper was here as an attorney and not, as a member of Con- gress. The chairman bore called both tlcmen to order and ruled tba testimony out relating to wine suppers, as not per- tinent to the investigation, and dis- tnlssad the witness. The chair then stated be had ly coiiNiderad ;no question raised Tues- day as to tho propriety of admitting tes- timony to show that the Universal re- frigerator was worthless and a fraud, and hud come to the conclusion that it did not pertain directly to the matter under investigation and he saw no use of {joins? into It at this time. Mr. Cooper, in reply to a question of Mr. Sawyer's, said that he (Cooper) was not responsible for Sawyer's mistakes. Sawyer replied that bo was not respon- sible for Cooper's ignorance. The chair- man here interrupted the (reHtlemon and ordered tho conversation stricken out of tbo report of tbe proceedings. H. H. Brower, an employe of the Pen- Office, testified to the general workings of the office. Ho denied own- ing any stock in tho refrigerator com- pany. Judge Wilson began to question V.r. Cooper in connection with a statement tnado to the committee that he (Cooper) had signed a lar-fo number of calls on- the Pension 021ce for a pension firm in his district Mr. Cooper said he had the calls referred to for a pension Orm in hla neighborhood soon after he was elected. He did not keep an ac- count of tbo number of calls, thought tbat there wore probably 3f thorn. On his arrival in Washington no had taken a number of tbesc calls to tbe Pension OfP.ce. Starves to Ueath. SPOKANE FALLS, Wash-, Sept. A human body, half eaten by wild animals aad birds, has boon discovered in ma Moran Mountains. The body is believed to be that of Baron von Strauss, an Austrian nobleman, who IcftliudaPcstb, Hungary, two years ago and came to Spokane Fails about Sve montbd since, after bavin? spent his lastacliar. After being reduced to beggary he becatno despondent and finally announced his Intention of going into the mountains to starve. __ A Cargo of SAX FRANCISCO, Sept. The steamer Kartuok, belonging to the Alaska Com- mercial Company, has arrived from the Arctic Ocean with a catch of seal- skins from the Siberian coast. Twenty thousand more are to ocme from the same coast This is about three times the number secured by the North Amer- ican Commercial Company, which now has the lease in Alaskan waters. Denial. BuffAi.o, N- Y-, Sept Captain Comiskey. of tho Chicago Players' team, denies the story telegraphed from Roch- ester that be was trying to (ret McCarthy and Fuller, of tbe Su Louis team, to de- sert that dub aad sign with him. Ha he will have no contract breakers on his team, as they would he likely to him tbe same trick. A FroteAt from Ala., Sept. The Montgomery Corcziercial and Industrial Association has passed a resolution! re- questing the Alabama Senators to BM honorable to prevent tbe Con- ger bill from heconilnf claim- ing that iU operation will annihilate Mod IftdutUj of tbe SoatJi. Bunk Bobbed of BAT CITY, Mich., Sept. A few minutes before noon Wednesday three aion entered the Second National Bank, two of them went to the teller and book-keeper and engaged them in con- versation about banking business. The third slipped around to the back of the book-keeper's desk and stole a package >f bills amounting to which was ready for shipment After the depaf t- uro of the meii tho robbery was discov- ered and the police notified, but they have not yet captured tho robbers. A Wedding. PHILADELPHIA, Sept The wed- ding of ex-President Andrew White, of Cornell University, and Miss Helen Ma- gill piaco yesterday at Swarth- more. The Friends' ooremony was used. Miss Magill is the daughter ot Dr. Ma- gill, ox-president of Swarthmore Col- lege. She graduated from SwarthmcJre in 1SS3 and from Boston University In Then she went to England and achieved tbe distinction of being the only American woman to graduate from Hall. Cambridge. Tex., Sept A freight train on the Missouri, Kansas   Info A Freight. Smashing Uoth ALBANY, N. Y., Sept. 11. A mis- placed switch at Lumber street in this slty sent tbe night express from tho nortfc on the Delaware   thrown from their seats bruised. The switch- man, Frank tlatcb, is a Knight of Labor who resumed his position yesterday, flo says he loft his switch for a few ruin- ates and it was Umpcrod with. I'.oth snglnos wore badly smashed and tho passenger engine was derailed. To Prorjnoto Trade with Europe, ATLANTA, Oa., Fkjpt 1L- Dolog-.-ttes from Southern States mot horo ycster- lay to consider the question of direct trado from son thorn ports to Europe. North and South Carolina, Florida, Ten- nessee, Alabama and Georgia wero repro- >entod. The on resolutions tbo creation of a corpora- tion to promote direct trado at some ooint on tho South Atlantic coast, and to promote direct trado at sorao Gulf port Each company ii to bo capi- talized at with ptnvtjr to in- scease to Futal Collision. CIJTCIXSATI, Sept ll.-At seven o'clock .aat night James Howard, a resident of Qillaboro, O., while cleaning an engine In the yards of tho Ohio Northwest- jrn railroad, was ground to pieces by a solliaion with a runaway train on tbo Cincinnati, Lebanon   i ''Ittfl ilLiu.i.. Mirror of Anong Oui G. A, R. jtEUXIOy. CoiuraUrt of Lornln mid Luke Aueiuble CleveUtud far Gocxt Time. Sept. reunion o? the Eighteenth Kriyude, Grand Army of tho Republic, was held at Park Wednesday afternoon. Tho bri- gade ib composed of the 2.50J Grand Army comradt-s of Loraiu and Lake counties, and :hf> rai-i did not proveni quite a largo thf outside counties. T'.." of Lako County, l-r c ot Coloiu-1 II. K f Cvjn-y, and Coloaol J. J. Tho'ia-' a: Loriiin County, hr.'l 810 ol'. -T-.I bim. Tl.o r '.-H 'VT'.' m.-rhil II ill by f. Ohio, Allan T Oier Uoncral c'.i'nru.iudiiiT '.bo teontb Tiricailo, and Ms if. At eleven o'clrn-k tho out of tbe ball and marohoJ to Po.-- est City where tbi'.v too'.. the park. .1 by tin Grays Bund, i'.nu tho (5ran 1 Ii.vid, of Elyria, Dowllng and Ocnoral Urin-inr.'li' andbia stall march ing la front. A. flo'd Post, of Vonior, ,i t a il- some banner, witb an tixcolU-ii: of the late The at the park was devoted to sneer1' sports, a clam bake anrl a parade. CATHOLIC Fifth Annual ,if tin- Ij.ntlon Fremont FBF.MONT, 0., Sopt flffch council of tbo Catholic Kniir'.itMjf: Atuur- ica of this State began its In this olty TuosJay In the a procession was furmoJ c.ou; osoil bf knights from Hamilton, to the numlwr of twenty-four Stato dr-'e '.i'cs. TCnights of Father Matthew Total AbsLmouco Society. Toledo Society and Young 5fon's Sodality, St Jor-ipb Frfiuiout knighta. tbo tho meeting was called ordor by 1'tfs- ident Jatnes J. Pater, of Hamilton. Hon. J, T. Garvon, of this city, maJio an address of welcome. The prosidetnl made bis report, in which he made many suggestions for tbe buneflt of tho order. State Treasurer IJearmor, of Cincinnati, then read report, nhowiug a balance in tho treasury of According to the report of secretary Honkomp, tho number of branchos iu ihio StiiUj is tbirty-thrfe. with a membership ot Of tbo thirty-threo b'-i-n'-j'ja SJT arc located in Cincinnati. During year there was a gain of .Hlit momboi'S. During tho yoar wua paid to widows. on R.V... r of one s.- how- con- l Ovur tiio Town of Yonujc A ment IVohnbln. GoJfNKAirr. Ropt city is nil astir over Uto pearanoo of Nollio t'" daughter of George Poudon. nont business man ol l.hi? i Oeorpe I'rf-sa, son of the pro- tho Flousf. 4. of tbe of the city. a clnrk in tho oniploy 1- hutise Thn parfnls of people refuse to ptvo r.ny inir-n to their whereabouts an 1 they do not know. Iti'tru evor, that Mr. Poaduri '.vcrulj sent to the marriikfT') of Wltb VOIlilrf PlOHS, and iti..L U.f liUIttf couplo liuve away Lo j. ritj. of J.ijifnn o{ Honor. DAYTOV, O., MnpL II.--T'.- f ennlal Mission of tho Kiiift'it-.-'.-.d of Tlonor hoytin in th'1 rif 'top-1' Hall, thisoitv Mrs. rf liarolltori. tbe obair, with ftll Mm present nnd all tiuborrlhiatn rosented. Tbo session rl, tn addressofi, disposition "f 't- ..'..1 pointmont of cxitninittou.i. I.' :lic -vffir- noon tbo Grand ft local lodges, were driven to idlers Home and in the ovcnlnj '.-.ii' witb a musical programme. Ooneml Sopf. Thn will of late General Noyos will bo in a few days. It Is said that, ity r-rovislorr" leavtj the real estato the wirlow. with tbe remaindr to tbf Tbo part of tbe estate is an insurance policy for Tho roa1. pronTty IB house on Mt Auburn in which ho and a farm near Portsmouth. 0. How- ever, it is said that the incumbrancefl will consume tbat property, und otb.T obligations will require mojjt of life insurance to cancel them. CitAHi-KiTON, Sept. 1 1 Fran1' Norton, who was found head across tho railroad t.r :h" other night Just before tbe ess 05 tho Pan-Handle was due. V) the ooonty inflrmary, b-jin" to go to tho workhouse, badly bruised by trying to i cido by JuBsping from trail i v Norton is a talentt-J >k-kct and waa formerly county cle_-K. .of pr> esdar l terri "TieVo! ucabcn Sept S hi lem nnmber than on T bntoorering a longer strntc1-. c tory. wero scattered alon-r sh-> Plate yard Wedftesday. A ior-i s-ritchmon and a of waited about booae to see what vovld nr, X< dlatnrbaooe took place r it ac fradually for n U tbe il1 r i A I V   

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