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   Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1890, Salem, Ohio                               THE SALEM DAILY NEWS. VOL. IL NO. 217. SALEM. OHIO, SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 13. 1890. TWO CENTS. Affects Business In the Citiaa Shonld This Strtnsrencj- be Lessoned, Will Again Boom. Output of Iron With a Weak Activity In WooUn M.ina- Situation to NEW YORK, Sept G. Dun   aonate and House of tl rra. WASHIWOTOS, Sept The Sen- ate yesterday listened to Mr. Morgan's conclud- ing nrgumont in opposition to the conference report on tho Ln-nd Grant Forfeiture bill, ami the nrpiracat of Mr Sani'era !n port of the report, and adjourned without action on tho report iho House mot Speaker Keod directed the clerk to call the roll on the mnis- lion of orJeriog the previous question on the ap- proval of the journal of last Tuesday's Durlr.c the roll call a nies-saije from Senate asoouuced tbe pns'age of the tnriff bill ameadmonts. and by direction of the Speakf.T rt rifcrred to the Comiriittee on Tvays and Tlis previous question 'vas ordered-yeas 113. nays the clerk no'.int' quorum: nnd th question rocnrrt-d on the ap piX'Val of the iournaL On this the quorum dis- appeared and a call of the Houss was ordered. One hundred and seventy- flve members re- sponded to their names, hut on the approval of tbe journal these hud dwindled to no   to -..'tioa on thn bill. '.V-TO not- In a position to inalto Any how- evor. 03 aocount, of tho insistaneo of of thoir party that the bill should bo considered in Committee- of tho The dito upon whloh tho bill when enacted into law shall take effect was also discussed by members of tho com- uiittoe, but without result beyond tho development of a strong fooling that the date flsed by the 1 too early to admit of final action upon this bill and its distribution among the customs officers of the country. Tho committee will moet again to-day and proceed formally to consider the bill and amendments, which wore re- ferred to it by ulie House soon after the committee adjourned. It is said by some Democratic members that the facility with which their pn.rty associates will lend theraaolvos to the Republican of- fori to hasten the final disposition of the bill ia conditional upon tbe pro- gramme wbiuhiatobo adopted by the Republicans In tho House for tbe re- mainder of the session, and that if it should be attempted to pass a threat- ened resolution to Interfere with the Ohio districts as established by the last (jerrymandor, or to force through other partisan tnoasuros, resort will bo had to all parliamentary raeans to obstruct the tariff bilL TELESCOPED. A End CollMon on tho Grand Trunk Cr.nar" Futtt) Injuries to BATTLE CKKKK, Mioh., Sept. ll The PaoiSc ospreiw woatbound on the Chi- cago A Grand Trunk was rnnning through Sshooloraft yesterday morning at tho rate of forty-fire miles an hour whon it struck the roar and of a freight which was backing out of a siding with lights out. The engineer of the express reversed hi? engine, but tho engine tore through tho freight caboose, which com- pletely telescoped and wrocked throe freight cars. The bagg-acre oar and two coaches left the track and were badly broken. Engineer Morrijrold and fireman .1. D. Williams worn both badly scaldod, tbe engineer fatally so. Rrakoman J. C. Taylor, who was in the caboose, was terribly and cut and will prob- ably die. TlralccTian A. J. Hamilton, of tho r-xpross train, qovoral ribs broken. Rrakeman W. T. Con way jumped from a coach and is hurt inter- nally. A Sporting I'arsun MURKEOON. Mich., fiopt 13. Rov. J. W. Arnoy, of Sn.rp.nac, the Methodist minister who made himself famous by g-oUing up and a trotting meeting in his town last July at whivh his own horses won all tho first prizes, has boon tried by his conference. Par- son Arnoy oonfessod that he was sorry for having part'oipitod in tho horse mp.tinrc which had made him notorious, pro7nisod never to do it azatn and the conference continued him in anrvico. Since tho horse trot several congrega- tions have applied tho presiding elder to have Arncy assigned to them. ITInon New YDIIK-. Tje grand jury jrosterday- made n presentment to tho recorder of the Court of Gonoral Sos- sions reflecting on tho njanageinont of the institutions on Black well's Island and detailing the abuses existing there. Ti, is possible that tho warden and sotno of his assistants may bo indicted. fire SACT.T STK. MAHIE, Mich., Sopt. Fire Thursday night started in Butter- fiO'.d's ciill on the Canadian side of the Soo for a tho whole tovrn was thror.toned, but by haH work and as- sistance from this sldo tbe are was ox- tiaguishod, being conP.nrd to the mill aad lurnbyr yards. in FV_ N. M-, Sept. A Tory shook -sra-s ex- perienced ia parw of tbU city It was of about throe scooacJg aad som- people to liaro soon iao frota tbe ex- tlsct Tolea.soes. Tlta dars Four LTTTLE ROCK, Ark., 12. A sea- sstional ja'.l delivery is announced from Hope, Ark. Four cacapryi by eavring tbo bars and aro still at largo. One of the nuaW, McCarthy, is a r.otc-1 frosi the In liar. torr. pri-ot: be a Lorsc- ar.i continued b5s Ctgbt. ow in K. Minn.. Sopt. Tbo rmla which ha-; bc-orj falling- simo daj turned to snow Thnrsdar IFanaers are afraid ihe sprout is tbe shock. Ar. inch of saow is re- ported at St. i." not p-or aad aach wboai -rlil ia tbe- Sed river ARKE, Pa., Sepl cr- of gaa Fridaj after- nooa in tbe stall ol the Coal y. One san was aad ia> Sepl. A voey ious ani seasaiiouai disappear- ance Thursday niy-'- Ai tear for the marriage of Mr. Lasbscher io Miss Martha Jenkins for sotse reaftoa 414 From Out the of New Tori: Central Striken. K. of L. Official at Albany Advlw the to Return to Work. of Striken Wlhl- Excitement and Came Bt-eak- ing I'p In Riot. N. Y., Sopt. strlko on fhe Xow York Contra! railroad seems to be over as far as Albany is concerned. The closing scone was enacted lastnight ut tho Laric street rink, tho uion v.-ore advi-ed to jrot to thoir places. Edward Bowman cuilud niootinj; to order and a Ihxr by two or three of tho audionoo forsayincr thnttho strike was still on. John J. Hurt was ended upon win M ihosiiaordor hadsynio- what subsidod. but his addruss forth the ;iad it seeru.'d that r-.ot imminent. said there- bo money hero by Mon- day and ho viis ouliod a Ono that tho loaders wore living high and paying- tho expense of wrock- ers'counsel, instead of giving bread to hungry men and thoir families. Master Workman Dulin g-ot tuo fioor and said: "You aro a lot of ertid curs, and will snoa'.c back to work because a numbor of dirty paid newspa- pers say tho strike is ovur." During this speech it looked as though the meeting would break up In gener- al row. Men wore cursing each other ana tho leaders of the order In a fright- ful manner. Master Workman Dulin's voice could bo hoard above the tumult, .he advised the mon in a few words, choked with sarcasm and rag-c, to get back to their places. All tho speakers spoke harshly of tho newspa- pers. Tho mooting; broke up in coiif u- sion. BASE BALL HUMOR. told That Cftptalo ComUkey Is to the I'hltAvlclphlit Brotherhood Team. PHU-AUELVIIIA, Sopt. Tho Public Ledger publishes an article in which it says that Captain Coralskey has boon so- curod to pilot tho Players' Loag-uo club of this city next season. Comiskoy is dissatisfied in Chicago because ho did not have full powor to engayo and ro- leaae players, and told the people at tho head of that club that he would not re- main with them another season. When ffiven the choice to name tho club ho wanted to h'iudle in the future he se- lected tho The Players' League directors passed upon tho mat-  ro PniL.vnri.i'iiiA, SopL 13. >in- known colorfi belonging: to a timore schoonr-r drowned yos tor- day opposite Olouc-ostor. Their vessel, the Mary Duncan, Is anchored in tlio stream opposite tho town, and the two colored men alono on board. From a vessel anchored near by one of tho colored men -.vas soon swlmminsr about too schooner. Suddenly ho threw up his hands and c-.ried: "Save rno." His companion loapnd overboard to his res- cue. Tie must havo boon clutched by the drowning for both rnon disap- peared boforo thf> cr w of tho other vos- sel could do iiiivt for ON. Sopt Postmaster General Clarkson was hon- ored yesterday at the Republican League headquarters by a call from the Repub- lican clubs of Maryland to thank him for bis opposition to tbe present civil service law. lion. Worth Spates, of Baltimore, spoke on behalf of the cluba and General CLir'-cson replied, reiterat bis opposition to tho civil service law._______________ Uremt Couocll of Men. BOSTON. Mass., Sopt Great Council of the Improved Order of Red Men of tbe United States closed resVsr- 4aj. An appeal from tbe action of tho council of Illinois was laid over till TJext session, pending an amicable ad- justment An f rors the action of tbe Great Orsncll of Pv-nnsvlvania dUmlssed on account of its informality. tbe tar. bicb CoL. SopV T" bj the Eotky Monr.usn poiotB in WTOTT.JT! bare carrteU by a safe majority. alw E. Sept rwrtMonal giyr- bwn fonnwl br ia canton of a popular awwuhly oor. wblcb cxistia? nient Graui Covacil foe fcr PEMILS OP TBE SEA. of Cttockt la a front of ?J. a. Sept ia The steamer Miranda, which arrired from Si. Jobna, K. F., Thnnday eTeninff, brought Captain Qriffln and fifteen men belonirlng to the Gloucester schooner Liatie Griffln, which lost on the Grand Banks. Captain Griffin following story of the loss of vessel and the biintcnloua escape from death of tbo crew: "We had only been on the Banks a few days and had hardly fishing whon, on August 31. it com- menced to blow a moderate gale from the southwest which increased to a hurriodne, with ft heavy sna. Early on the morning; of September 1, while all hands, the watch, were below asleep, a sea struck the vessel, turning her bottom up. bolow wore suddenly awak- ened to lin-1 themselves to what had boon tho floor of tho i.Tibin and tbe poaving in upon After rotnainins down for about two minutes, the grmlv.ally until was, on her beam Wlu-n the vessel ric-htcd both maais broko olL She was ro bo leaking tho hull having been strained and damaged considerably. The pumps woro manned and had to IK> worked continu- ously to keep her afloat. lu the hope of attracting the attention of sonio passing vessel the ensign was pl-.irpd up- side down on n sf.ifi made of two dory masts laslicd tocethor. It was ohsc-rved by the schooner ir'.jjfriod, of Gloucester, which to tbclr assistance, and after two hours' hard work wo wrro all taken on beard of her safely, the Griffln disappearing beneath the waves shortly afterward." LOCOMOTIVE FIREMEN. Proceeding! of the Conrsutloo at Condition of the Brotherhood. SAN FHAXCISOO, Sept con- vention of tho Brotherhood of Locomo- tive Firemen hold a long session Thurs- day. Tho reports of tbo jfrand officers were read and approved. Among the recommendations made by Grand Muster Sargent is ono that tho brotherhood croct in some control city a bnllding for offices of the Grand Lodge, to cost not loss than SlBO.OOO, Che money to bo raised by general assessment; also that steps be taken to prohibit the employ ment of Pinkerton men of other armed force in timo of strikes. The report of tho Grand Secretary and Treasurer shows a membership of and 000 in tbe insurance fund. Tho report also states that the brotherhood raiacd by assessment to support tho great "Q" strike between February, 1833, and January, 1680. fKruck It Mtoh. RAPID CITY, a H, 8cpt 18. An im- mense find of gold haa been mado sorno- whore in this vicinity during tho last few days, but the locator refuses to in- dicate itt exact locality. Several pounds wore taken to an aasayer. who mado several assays, tbe results of which faf exceed anything yot found In tho hills. Four pounds of the rock yielded l.Tounoes. Tho prospector says ho can got without wujl Blanco 700-to pounds daily. If such to bo a f act a stam pedo of Immense magnitude will oocur as soon as the location Is made known. Ac tod In Dunots. Pa., Sopt. In the Brook- villo court Uie cases against Andrew Nichols and Frank McOovorn, coal and iron police, serving at Punxsutawney while the Wulst-on and Adrian minors wore on strike last winter and spring, charged with killing u Ilungurlan and an Italian, havo boon dismissed without tho formality of a trial. The court de- cided that the officers wore acting in solf-dofonse and in tho performance of thoir duties. These are tho last of a long series of coses in tho Jeftt-rson County court growing out of thut strike. o Dnyd fcroodoxu for xn, Ariz., Bopu James Daly, who murdered Haw- thorn at BislrtfO last April, and for whose apprehension a re ward of S-O is offered, has bet-n board fiom. Tbe deed of several mining claims was re celvcd from Pueblo by the county re- corder horo for record. Ants Moohan, formerly well known bore, caught biro in PucMo and it is believed that Daly deeded tho property, valued for his frotdom. Thousands of dollars havo been spent to capture him In Mexico. Prcarhrr Oonrvcted of I'a.. Sept. In court horo yebtorday liev. Martin L. Frltcb. six months ago was pastor ol one of tho most flourishing Reformed churches in Ikjrks Couatj, wascooviutod of larceny in Stealing knlvoe aad other small ar tides from a hardware store. lie was Vj tbe roefoy of tbo court and has not been eontonced. The case has a big sensation. by MI WrucmiARiiit. Pa.. .S-pt Wablfott. John and MV-hacl Tbarsday by of of glaa' powicr at Sbohola Wablfort's hor- ribly Tbc- of tie ox plostos for acJ in tljl by tbe ooa- CHICAGO- Sept Ar. bM ted an week tryinf to sccsre w MM to tM oei wrtb ncoew ten. la f. V-. obutoel Urge Itoins Culled From SurrounJiaa Cities ami Towns. AFTER THIRTEEN YEARS, A Mao ta and Taken to Fenntjl- for of PocketbooX. CLEVELAND, Sopt JudgeEald.viu hold court Friday to pass upon tLo nat- ter ol tho extradition of John II. Dillt-y, who was arrested at Graf ton on a rant from tho Governor of Ponnsy'i YMi.a. Dllley was, in 1677, a resident of ley. Mercer County, Pa., and fotir-u pockotbook containing money w{ ich he know belonged to a nun Iiii.'U'.i- pramo. lie kept tho pocket boo1: was indicted by the trrand jury for lar- ceny. Lie flnd aad ilnally sottled -.vith his wlfo at Orafton, whore be until arru.--U'd.. The aiuhorUios. j thirteeii-yoar search, locut.j.1 jn.J warrant was is.suou lor his Jiiilgt' L-'-wi-i wns absoKt Jro-.i Lor.-iiri County n.ud Governor Cnsrpboll nrico cuit Court- r.iill'.n- tj r.n o'llcer and taken to H12AVY RAINFALL. Orout liumitgo to ut Akru-j ,ii Biicyrns. Sept 13. Disprachosfro-.a KorlhernOhio show hoavy raina. At }tticyrus inches of rainfall woro ported Thurfi.iy. TliO Saudusicy i v-r was so as to cut oil communication with North Kucyrus. At Akron iho rainfall was disastrous. Grout damusro was done throughout tho country, and in tho city unusual destruction wrought. North Ilov.-p.rd, one of tho principal business streets, was fearfully washed out ia some places. A of tho street railway was loft with ties in air, hanging by tho rails, tho Bower exposed and water pipus torn oui llailwoy travel is almost suspondod. NnfTboatni by Nutiiral MASSFIEI.D, Sopt 18. Mrs. Anna Adams, flfty-flvo. and CUarios Bird, aged eight years, wore atod by gaa from a gna stove Thursday niprht at the residence of Charios C. Bird, n traveling man, at No. 41 Fourth street. Mrs. Riid found th-jm lying on a bod when she returned from a visit to Ml. Olload at noon yestercay. She found the stops on u R-asstovo oi.an. The two were laat soon at eight o'cloclc Thursday night It is thought tiit'y laid down to rest, as they had not re- moved their clothes. With Coiownrs, 0., Sept a petition in tho county conrt Thursday liy Mrs. Minnie Strnusser sho avera .ludgo Jfttnwa li. Andfirnon, one of the most prominent oltUens of Columbus. criminally assaulted her last in hex father's offloe, and asks 810.- 000 damagea. Anderson is a rotirod banker and was formerly consul fo Frankfort Ho says the suit la an at- tempt at blackmail. Uoy< Ornvned. DAYTON, 0., Sept. and Samuel Rex, aovon and eight yoar.s old respectively, while bathing in ice pond Thursday afternoon, wtr drowned. Tho boys unrvb'e swim, and, gottimj iir.o deep v.-ati wont unilor. Willie a yo-i; brother of RoV-rC, while sinking third timo wa-s and his Hie saved. (____________ to Dciitn. LfMA, 0., Hopt. ovon- Inpf Mamie Ilnrlwlt, cisrht years daughter John ii'trholt, foreman the Cinninntiti. Diiyt-irs yards, was playina- on a pilo of six-inch iron pipe, whon they commenced roll- Inff, and sho was csuiplit botwoon two ,i.' them and crushed to d'jath. Condnctor TCI I 0., Sepu J'a rick, freight conductor on tho land. Ijorain 
                            

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