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   Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1890, Salem, Ohio                               THE SALEM DAILY NEWS. VOL. II, NO. 222. SALEM. OHIO, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. 1S90. TWO CENTS. of Two Leading Irish tionalista. An Example to be Made of Messrs. Dillou aud O'Brien by the Tory Government. Are Charged With Tenants Sot to Rant, but the Veaoiii of Bal- foar and SalUbary U Pbtinly Seen hlnd All Tltlx. DUBLIN, Sept John Dillon, M. P., and Mr. William O'Bnen were ar- rested yesterday for their recent utter- j mces in Ireland. The former was taken nto custody and Immediately escorted >o the railroa I station, where he was J ilaced on a soecial trv.in for Tipperary. i Eld was accompanied by a large military j escort. O'Brion was into custoly i at Glcng-fvrrilT and conveyed to Cork, j Warrant? of ;trrosf for Patrick O'Brien, Commoners Thomas J. Con-ion and David Shechy and Daviil Humph- rey, of Tip-orary, have boon issued. A grpat ser.saf.oa bas been causeil bv the arrests of Mossra. Dillon and j O'Brien. Mr. Dillon, when was in his uncle's house at The police inspector, accompanied by two constables, Pniered without knock- j ing- or notice and rudely ordered Mr. j Dillon to accompany them. The lat'er i asked for the Inspector's authority, whereupon the officer produced his war- rant, accnsinjr Mr. Dillon of inciting the tenants of Smith-Barry in his re- cent speech at New Tipperary not to par their Without waiting for Mr. Dillon to tc.k-9 a change of clothing, tho polif-e hurried him to a car and took him to Dublin and thence to Tipperary to bo arraigned Colonel Caddcll, the magistrate whom Dillon, a few weeks ago. severely denounced In a speech in Parliament Mr. O'Brien was taken In custody at the Qlengariff HoteL His wife was with him, just as she was with him recently when a writ-server served on Mr. O'Brien a demand from Lord Salisbury for costs tn ilr. O'Brien's libel gait ajralnst the Premier. Without call- Ing him to one side, tho officer pre- sented hla warrant and told Mr. O'Brien to come along. "Another attempt to keep me from telling Americans the truth about said Mr. C'Brion aa tie accompanied tbe officer. charge against Mr. O'Brien was the tame as against Mr. Dillon, that of in- citing tenants not to pay rent and ol advocating the trayoott at Limerick atid Kew Tipperary. A warrant is also out for Mr. Dalton and the police are watehing tho League rooms in Dublin. It is believed that warrants are out for many persons con- nected with the League andthattheffov- ernment has determined during the re- oess to crush out if possible all opposi- tion to its policy in Ireland. Mrs. O'Brien wont oa tho same train that took her husband to prison. Lord Salis- bury is said to be deeply Incensed against Mr. O'Brien, who. in his Lim- erick speech, called Lord Salisbury a libeller and "blackmailer. Much excite- ment prevails both and Eng- land over the arresisVind the opinion is generally expressed that the object of the government is to prevent Messrs- Dillon and O'Brion from going on their tour and training; American sympathy and contributions for the Irish cause. In an interview after bis arrest Mr. Dillon said he was mystified aa to the object of the povernment, unless it were to prevent Mr. O'Brien, himself and others from proceeding on their in- tended mission to America. Ho was cer- tain, however, that tho American friends of Ireland would not withhold needed support from the unfortunatetonantson tho Tipperary and other estatoa MADE A THOROUGHFARE. How Democratic mi Attempt to Keep Them Wlthtu tbe Of the Uouie. WAsrsix Popt q-jorun wns not oli cir.eci hi'.T hour after tht House met en iio ;our5a! was read tie votu un its !S1 nays a The quorum h-i'.Iag i o c-V of tbe Hous3 wns r.-3. Tie call tbe presence of rs ar.d tt.e Sj-enhor Ui roctetl the tb-j roi! on th-.- .p.-rori] j of tic joarrai. Mr. i.. t'non i moved (MsE-ossc- v '-jrt' tr 'r. nnder tbe call" th-j o.' "t-.o rol. Oe oae door which tasainayt b.-n >r' n t-: ft'Iow ingress aad otrress 1-.'.. .a.; tu-o I doorkeepers sta: oned a', it to pr nt member-. ieavir.fr the chamber. The Ors; gemiucan to r :t' d Consider DISASTROUS 8TORM8. No bo Had Until tlie piston-Venable Case is forced Mek th- s.yit xf d into iheloboj. Mr Dir.rit'y. of rect'y 't front the T> H :.'r Ki broke the i-jtcli. Mr 1 .be fores ot tie Ir. iho ..r.n his r.os" bleu pr-ilu'elv K soon by i _ tion to brvak door from hinges that Of 'he removed the '.utrh and per- nr.tted them to pass out. .'.f-cr tt.s tLe door! .in.lLi the call dis- j pensed w.tb. The jounia! ?-cs thc-r. an the clerk a qur-nm. t'r Kar.yn Oe- mam'.ed the previous jrosf.oi on tin. i--'o-i- the previous (motion tbr id. This bjuis nc a ciU of the House o-lr-r'-d Tl.orv tv er" ruTTi Gave Tea Ji for Rnilroocl. Wls., Tho Chicago, Milwaukee St. Paul railroad has decided to purchase the Milwaukee A Northern railroad and the deal will be formally closed Saturday. A fear that the Canadian Pacific might gobble the Northern road and thus secure an entrance into Milwaukee Is said to be the main reason wby the Su Paul di- rectors decided upon purchasing it. The price is said to be 000. Striken In the 8onp- NEW YOKK. Sept. 19. There was a of Knighta of Labor strikers to tbo Central depot yesterday, tbe executive board of D. A. for- mally declared the strike off. General Superintendent Voorhees told tbe men that tho road was well manned at pres- and that all be could do for thorn to take their names as applicants for work aad refer team to the division Cmbpxzlrr IndlctrA.' N. Y.. the iadlcttaeats reported by tho grand iury tbe Called States Court yesterday two against P. Whitney, of Albany, for embezzling funds of the Al- "basy City baat atvi aootber for aak- "2? false entries in the banVs books; two aralnst Aatboay of Albany, for aiding and abet- Scot 19- A bicycle wili be bald bera to-iay and ttie of dab fronds. All :be ibeKastaad West, lacludiag SPOT) Eotrland, will The are of m- ever offered A Ffewitlf Row. lad.. Sept 1A A tbe and Mecr fatnlliea ed at Saadbofft yesterday. com octwn and rerolTers Rnfns ElttTtas waa shot and ia> p.p.d the z Srcnte iidorted a resolatl'i.1 :atio3ui.ed ijy Mr Plumb cn'.'.ius thj SiHrctiiyof tho Trc-ic-ir.- for Icionu-.tion about the paTtaen' for silver ir.'llion purchased under thu new Silver "IJ-A, anG a nuaber of bil'.a 02 tbe ca'.'jiid.vr d 10 culo- ries over tho late Repre'er.tativc Lain'., of Ne- braska. DMTEt> TN DEATH. A Pnlr of MUIIKC Yor.K, Sopt. Ivoch, twenty-six years old. a crayon artist, and Emilie Rossi, an actress with ATTJ- berg-'s troupe, coniraiticd suicide early Thursday morning. Koch, after pacing up and down the up-town station of the elevated railroad at tho Bowery and Canal street several times, stepped to the south end whon a woman put her head out of tbe third-story window of the Bowery building. He said to her: "Yea. I have come, Emilie. Aro you The next moment at the sipnal "Ready" he shot himself, falling dead under the window, ard the wom'an com- mitted tho Same act in hor room. Erni- lie left a letter to her aunt Mary Koon, with whom she boarded, in which dhe woke about hor lover. Koch, a quarrel with his mother, a determina- tion of Koch and hrirsolf to commit sui- cide, and asking that her body be cre- mated. HARTFOHD, Conn.. Sept. 10. The TOPotinsr of the of the Illinois Central railway held at the Hoard of Trade rooms yesterday was largely attended. There wore present a number of presidents of insurance companies and hanks and privatn capi- talists. Hon. Francis B. Coolcy, who attended the annun.1 meeting last year, spoke of the conduct of the road. A spe- cial committee of throe was appointed to represent Hartford stockholders and others who will send proxies to them. The purpose of the committee is to op- pose the increase of capital and secure economy tn conducting tho road and op- pose costly extensions, THE NATIONAL GAM 13. Recortl of Contorts on I-o.-ijfiif1, tlon and Following are the scores of Thursday's gamss: XATIOXAL At Canton, Pittsburgh 10, Cleve- land 11. At Cincinnati 4, 8 Second 10, Chicago fx. .VT-niKICAN ASSOCIATION. At 1, Toledo 5. PLAYKUS1 LE.UrUE. At 5, Cleve- land 10. At New 3, Now York 7. >o t IT At'. TToold Compel Mein- t ,-r v. after the Thursday after- :iw P. i- members U I to break .'.---.ll-.-': ti-ovailin.- in the Aftov a.-ier r A? prevent aqu-' -'Jin .i ,vl. sccv.red, it wn.9 dpf-ido1. t-- c how many mombors The call showed that. 145 R irsc-aslv -s j were in the haii. To :a.-.ke 3 r.inoi-t-ii L.O.-J tnoi-.Lorj v.MHlcl be re- quired Sovrral RpTiuMirsn who wore not in tha city, und it was stated, that tUcso and a. nuaibc-r o[ others v.-ho are out of town, sufTicioni. lv> taskr a co; 11 bo sccurod for at- fo-d'iy It decided that telegrams should bo ssnt out to all ab- sontors to return to Wa-'hinfrton with- out delay. The statement is authorized bv prominent Republican members that the House will refuse to allow to adjourn until the T.angston-Venablo case is disposed of. Mr. Walker, of Massachusetts, intro- duced in tho House yesterday an amend- ment to tho resolution introduced last week, providing for an amendment to the rules of tho House relative to roll calls. The amendment to tho amend- ment provides that any member who Is in the hull of the House any time during the call of the House and who fails to vote when the yens and nays are called under this rule shall bo fined the amount of the fine to be deducted from his pay; also that the Speaker shall not entort.un a motion for change or remission of tho fine. Rockefeller 91.OOO.OOO. CIUCAOO, Sept John D. Rocke- feller has just, tri von 51.000.000 more to the now Chieatru T'.-iptist University, in addition to the which he con- tributed previously. This magnificeui offer was laid before the board of trus- tees of tbe institution Thursday and was quickly accepre.l. Success, at least sc far as it depends upon financial consld- i- iTrendy ?csored to A' university. The board of trustees has elected Prof R W. Harper, of Yale Col- losre, president of the new Institution. A Political Convention. COI.I-MHIA. S. C., Sept. Re- publican State convention reassembled Thursday Tnorninjr. The committee on credentials submitted its report, which recommended the soatinp of all the Webster-Miller contesting dclejrntlons. The entire day was consumed In. stormy discussion ovor the report of tho com- mittee on credentials, which was finally 'adopted. This gave tho complete con- trol of tho convention to tbe "VYcbstor- Willor faction. The convention Indorsed the Administration. r.LPiiiA, Ssp- The Pitts- burgh, Cincinnati. Chicago St. Louis Railroad Company was yesterday formed by consolidation of the Pittsburgh, Cin- cinnati St. R.iilroad Company; the Chicago, St. Louis Pittsburgh Railroad Company; tho .TefTorsonville, Madison Indianapolis Railroad Com- pany, and the Cincinnati Richmond railroad companies. The linos hereto- fore operated by those cotipanios will, on and after October 1, 1890, be oper- ated by tho new organization. Two Men Roaitteil to Death. NE'W YORK, Sopt. 19. A pitch kettle exploded yesterday in the one-story frame stable and cooper shop at o-W, 532 and 534 Wost Forty-first street- Conrad Hosbich and Christian Tschauler, who were sleeping in thestablo. wore to death and Emil Goldenburg and Cas- par Stapf were severely burned. Nine- teen horses were also burned to death. A loss is estimated at '-lal From Maine, .A, Me., Sept. re- tcms of the vote for Governor aro 33 follows: Barleigh Thompson 45.- 2-59. Clark scattering 950. Total Barlelgh's plurality li.9-iO. There has r-ceo no change in the list of Senators. Tbe next House will staad 110 Republicans to 41 Democrats. Kitty 'vTn.Bts Jfc to Sapport Her. Ketc YORK. Sept. 19- McKee Rankin, tbe actor, has been served with sum- moos tbe instance of his wife. Kitty BlaachardL who alleges that her hus- band ha? Dot supported her in three -ears. Mrs. Eankin does not seek a divorce, but morelj demands that her husband >hail support her. TUOY, X. Y-, Sept. The dam at the o'utlot of tho rurtorvoir known as tho Bonesteol pond, six miles northeast of the village of PoestonWIl. gave way yesterday morning-. Tno water rushed down through tho narrow valley, tear- ing up tr'DOS and carrying away every- thing standing- in it? oo.irsp. Six new bridges on the and Colum- bia highway uoro away and do- stroTed. and all buildinsn on tbe line of the stream wore washed away. Wants a Reconnt of Cotlmmlton. Nmv YOHK. Sopt. 10. Mayxir Grant yesterday sent a letter to tho polioe comraissionors oncloslcg tbe report of the health board arraigning- tbe work of the Federal census enumerators In this city. Tho mayor says that such enumeration as the board of health pestfi is necessary, and asks that a suf- firleit nnmVr to make a comploto count of tbe popu lation. DoatTi of Dion Nr.w Yor.K, Sept. lO.-Dloii Bouclcault, tho celebrated playwright and actor. diod Thursday afternoon at his resi- dence in this city, in the sixty-eighth yoar of his He cauifht a cold which developed into pneumonia on Tuesday af tt-rr.ooTi and rapidly became worse, al- though ho was conscious up to tho time of bis death. physician, bis wife and the nurse alono were present when he diod. _ __ jHil-wl for Killing: His Wis., Sept. Erickson is in jail, charged with the murder ol his father. Yoany Erickson Is twenty- two j'i-i-s old. lie claims his father at- tacked bi-n with a knife and la tbe strafe he fell apon bis father clutched bis throat aud choked him. But a linch-pin was foand near and the father had been bit andcr tbe witb it Silk BOSTON, Sept The J. H. Saltei Silk Compwiy, Xa 38 Bedford street, bM ned. Tho liabilities at from J20.000 trouble is dae to frotc the Potter-Lovell and Potter it BovntM. Pa., Sept Tbe Fif tceatb Kcw York Eoglaeer! thpir granite roonn- ment yesterday. Tbe montunent repre- sents a castis, the badfe of Engi- neers' Corps, and stands In Moade ave- ncc. on tbe field of tbe second and third days" fieht________ Sept day afternoon from Springs to SMI WM (topped about four frum terc bj ffiassccd mna. Eight paswengers robbed of Wtlta, FMto A Oh wm All Pmrti of Europe from TbousaaiU uf People tttate. LOXBOX, Sopt all parts of Europe comes tho news of disastrous storms nnd of wild, wet weather. At Alx-los-Baias the season is more like November than the ordinary lovely weather of September. In Switzerland streams have become great torrents and sweep through tho valleys with a fury that makes ii for tourists to venture far in their wanderings. Tha people of m.ir.y towns in llohemia, Austria and Hungary have been mado homeless by 'loods and the government authorities are doing- all they can to as- sist OThe Herman army mr.r.euvers in Si- lesia this nre seriously iutorforcd with, and aito.tethcr Europe has not seen in years a more au- tutan. In Hollaed extraordinary pre- cautions uro b.-nng- taken for the main- ton; of tho dykes and in tho coast town1- tho whole population is told tu bo ready for thi-> at a 'io-1 tice, no exception boincr niado in fa', m- of or who aro ;ill to forced labor fo; tho com- mon pruteciion. Tho recent storm in the Jura has left multitudes destitute, for whom collections are being taken up throughout Europe. MUTINY AT SEA. of :i Compel the Captain to Sail According to Their SAN FKA.VCISCO, Sept mates and three of tho crow of the whaling bark Lagonda have arrived here on the steamship Rio Janeiro from Yokohoma. Tbe Lag-onda left hero at the opening of tbe season on a whoUng voyage, but after being a fow days out sprung a leak. Tho men wore put at the pumps and she finally reached Vladvlstock, Siberia. Here the men compelled the captain to sail for Yoko- hama, whnro the ship could be sur- veyed. The captain started 'for Yoko- hama, but soon after changed his mind and wont on a whaling voyage. The crew then mutinied on the high seas and forced the captain to sal) for Yoko- hama. At that port the American con- sul condemned the bark and she was ________________ A Bloody Massacre. SAN Sept. 0. S. Owens, a merchant of Manila, who has arrived here on the steamship Gaelic, states that on August 10 terrible mas- sacre occurred in the town of Pnapee !E the Caroline Islands. The Spanish sol- diers, who were building a fortress al the side of the town, left a number ol rifles in the fort The natives over powered the guard, seliod their riflei and attacked tho town. Thirty-two Spaniards wore killed. Several Spanlsb havo sent from Manila t  who keep pl.ices in tbe nrrihorn p i of tho city doslg-natou as "Moutc- C by tapping tho telegraph wires. all jjavo thnir residence as from York, and intlr-.ntod that they we ro tho employ oi Nov.- York parties. Y- ooerators say thoy i day, tho A house was en S-jvcntb about ton r from v.-l.crt- tho   loss have boon'made. SULLIVAN AS A SI1 All. Tlio ami Oauciii IZ-i-rf- Slnkci Tour at Australia am' "On- fflund In a Vlwy. NEW YOHK. Sept. contract; beon signed between John L. Sullh-.va, Duncan II. Harrison and Jack Barn on ono hand, and .1. C. Wlliatuson, tho Australian manager, on tho other, by which tho first numod throe agrnc to place thomsolvps under tho latf. r'a managoment during a tour through Au.1- tralia and Enirland. Anew play is ti ho writ-ton for Sullivan and Harrison, and Barnott Is to hold about tho saiuo position that ho now occupies with tho "Honest Henrts and Willing Harris" of a sort of comp.-ui- lon to tho champion. Tht-y wlllrooeivo a gimAnteo and a percentage of lha prolits. Twenty-four woi.'ks will bo spent in Australia and tho colonies .-xrnl twcmty-slx In England. They will Snn Prancisfw on July 1. 1SC1. No for Noiolnittlons an Stuto Ticket MMS., Sopt Tha c Statf> onnvnntfnn mot Tb r.-i- day and tiominutod AV. B. Russell of Cambridge, for Governor by acclama- tion. John Corcoran, of Clinton, nominfitfJ for Lieutenant Governor in tho namn way. Tho committee on fchn balance of the ticket reported as follow j and tho report was adopted: For tary of State, Elbridi'o Cushman, of Lake Villago: Treasurer, n. Trofney, of Marblohoad; Auditor, K.1- vfard L. Munn, of Holyoko; Onnoral, Elisha R. of Sprlnj- ttold. __ Clmreerl With Cnuipllclty in .t BOSTON, Sopt. John C. McAndrew. brother of whuv.M arrested at Lyun on Tuesday, d with breaking into the residence i'.. R. Stownll. at Athol, on Xovcmbfa.- :.r. and thorefrom anil nogotiablt! stocks, bonds and notci in all about? 000, hasheon arro8U> I as an accessory aftor thp f-icr. It is al- lofjfl that John C. nejrotiatod somt- o.' tho stolon bonds in Chicago. He 11 prominent in Snn-; of havinfr served as Colo'-.ol of the Mass.i- chu-iutfj division of that organization. Colorado Roptibllcans In Convcntlor. DKN-VDI, Col.. Sfpt. Tho Ropu'n- lican Stateconventionav.-.sumljled TL.ur.-i- day, organized and adoptod a platform indorsinir the aflriiinistratiun of dont in'lor.-iinp- .Senator Te.l'.f for ro-olfction; demanling silvur coluapo; tho passage of a just law; advocating tho passage of a l.i.v protop.ting all and for fch vision of tho State election laws. U'-n. Mosos Townsend was unanimously nom- inated for Bis Parade of Pa., Sopt. Tbo of tho flroraen afternoon ai participated in byb.OOO men and was tho most imposing demonstration of kind ever witnessed in this State. column took two hours to pai -i stotod point. were from NOW YorV. Now Jursny, Virginia, Maryland and WasMixrton. D. C. nrc Sept Tbe tin b, is claimed to have contained bf-lonzin? to Mf-ssrs. Carlan Sanndors. makers, and which from the Raff of tho Hotel Vcn- dome whore it brul U-r-n fn? was discovered on AVcd- ncsJay open and f mritv in a caa oa tbf third floor of th" hotel. thi- Sept. 10. Miller, Prohibition ca didato for Oiv- ernor. has written a letter his name from the ticket, owing so iV pressing demands of Insiacss upon J.i: time. Tlbe CTCcntive meet on C to Sil the Win. The'suikcof gcl-1 beaters in this city, as well as Philadel- phia, New York and Chicago baa aettlod in favor of tbe men. they obtained deciaad, which enable togas par M ATIATTK-, la., Sept A occurred Thursday afternoon font mii-.s tctittk of la. Two persons an reported killed and a wlU -t   

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