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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1890, Salem, Ohio THE SALEM DAILY NEWS. VOL. IL NO. 229. SALEM. OHIO, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 27. 1890. TWO CENTS. AT LAST. Conference Keport on tlie Tariff Bill Completed. Reciprocity Feature is Retained and Will Go Into Effect January Synopsis of the Most Important I'roTin. of the Memsure Which for So Many Sept. confer- ence report on the tariff bill, completed REVIEW OP TRADB. RcaarkmbU ActlrUr All ftranrtiM vislon for this article is made to Sank to the Trancl's Ato Forced Into the the SAVLT STS. MAKSE, Mich.. Sept Thorns, M.irphy, of the Murphy Wreck- ing Company, Detroit, arrived down Friday rior'iing and reported that ttie job of raising Magnetic and t er cargo i tons of ore bad snc- cc-ssfully ecomplishol The Magnetic, bv the Continental, was on such Increase a'O exacrprnrated. Tho fire oil lint, five milns aboTO the value of all imports for three weeks has canal, on th day of April, and was been but fifteen per cent, abovo last thought to a total wreck, but the year's record. Murphy co-np. securod th.i contract BLt'GGKD TO DEATH. Two Qunrrrl In the Hla? ana One U Pat Slwp rot> Licxurc.Tox, Va.. Sept afternoon two cadets in the Virginia Military Institute, Warren Taliaferro, of Virginia, and Frank W. MeCotnmico, f Texas, had a fisticuff, from tho f which Taliaferro died shortly after- W4rdt. There was some point of honor at stake and the two young men, aped respectively sixteen and eighteen, re- )airod to one of tho society halls, se- ecled their seconds and made a ring. fight last about half an hour. TuM'iferro went to his room with his nose bleeuinjr. went to sleep and never voke r.gain. Opinion seems to bo that nothing can be done to McCommico bo- any jury, as tho two were evenly matched to size and tho figlu was air. McCommico. however, was arrotit- 'd and bailed. McCommico was so budly njured that ho has bc-en spooeMess and incons-jicvm Oivornment Pr rHi..r; O" who, U'.s'kaid. piij-s 6 a month to the poii master's son. A number of biils wcry Inker; from the ctilesdir r.ad pa'si-d, Mr. r.h'-rrri'erer.cc report on the tariff bill iind gave notice thit -.voi.lij c.ill it up j after the of th" journal The roaming of fie repot "was for raising in o uno, and oarly in the month started at work. Tho metbol of laisinsf the cratt is a new one to '.v ockovs nnd has rever been attempted before, tho prlncipl used being- to sink pumps umU-r tbo water onto tho maiu deck of tho and force air In to displace t- e water removed. Mr. Murphy started his work by shore- ing from tho cargo to main dock and from main deck to upper dock to resist the pressure of water over and aft and thirteen feet forward, the vessel laying in forty-six foot of water aft and thirty- fivo foot forward. The outfit used was six pontoons, lifting 100 tons each, and four wrecking pumps. Great difficulty was experienced to raise the store first Thi5; done by pontoons and by build- in? two bulkheads between decks to hold water from midships forward. The eleven hatches had to bo beaviry tim- bered and cleared. Tho break on her side, which vas between the frames, crushing in tho planking, was eight feet by six inches from tbo turn of ttre bilge up. This was ovcroorao by patching and canvas covering. The work of pumping was begun three weeks ago four wrecking p-irnps, and the air was forced in by two and one Blake air com- pressors. This, with the aid of four pon- toons, wits found inadequate and one additional wrecking pump was added. Even this overtaxed the pumps and throo pumps were broken. Two more pumps wore added and two pontoons. Thursday at oight o'clock the work of pumping was resumed and at four o clock the vessel began to lift aft, and at seven o'clock was found to four feet off the bottom aft At this point the stern co uc up like a shot, raising twenty foot in less thun a tninute and throwing off the pontoons. After an hour's pumping the vessel lifted forward, and at ten o'clock was afloat She was immediately pulled into shallow water. Sho is kept afloat by one pump working aboutone-quarter capacity and is draw- ing sixteen foot of water. Tho feature of tbo job of sinking pumps onto the upper dock and carry- ing- steam down to the pumps and forc- ing in air to displace water worked per- fectly. It was found to work as well under twenty-throe foot of wator as ibove the surface. Throe weeks of do- lay was caused by not bavins? sufficient pumping capacity. Captain Murphy says the vessel is as good as when sho went down. the tool< a In cv. ing s 101: w i private pension M uO'. otcil to consideration ol JCcnturkiaus Getting Wroth. FsiAXKroriT, Ky., Sept. reports from committees are liftrinnii to stir things up an tho Kentucky con- stitutional convention and tho sions .varrn. D resolution providing for the establish- ment of a State reformatory for juve- niles was adversely reported yesterday and the convention was inclined to in-1 dorse tho committee's action, out the discus- tVUMmc-ro Mllliorislre Allemptu SuloKle. B u.TTMOTtE, Sopt city was startled Friday by tho announcemeni tha: Gforgo 1'. Grahara. a prominent buamo-s mar. wealth is estimated at a million dollar who is highly connected, on Thursday evening an attempt to c mmit suicide Hi found with a drop frash in his throat, nearly dead. Members of his family say tto v.-ound was caused by an ar-ci f-ent. but tbo circumstances surrounding the case lead to the belief that Graham made tbo attempt at solf-destruction in a dopru.ssnd condition IIu wi Xon-Cnion Korce LYNX, Mass., Sopt. number of non-union om-loycs in Jonn T. Moul ton's factory has incrcas d to nine. two and a cents per pound, and in addition 33 percent ai valorem, and tho duty on woolea or worsted cloths of the author of tbe resolution rca'lo such a vigorous speech that tho ma'.tor finally made a special order for Thurs- day next. Several otacr adverse reports also caused heated discussions. Th-y livo in :hc building. A forco o thirto n skilled Gjrroan workmen fro-m Newark, N. J.. havo arrived here. Thirty moro mon aro ready to come iro m'jdiato.y. Mr. Wortnloy has socurct a full crew of non-unionists, but the locr.l assort ;hat the now men not shocrnak ra and cannot do the work. A. P. Martin Co. and n. n Forvoar will put bods in their factoric and open free shops to-day. o standard shall bo tbe for each offense, which, it is understood, will bo in- creased noxt session. Record of Errata in Ohio Citta and THREE SUSPECTS Hf HOC. I'nt HU DnniKiri-i tit a nigh Figure. P.AI.TIM Sopt 27. John Siob- recht wants from William II. Evans, a wealthy marble importer, for ilienating his wife's affections and in- ducing her to aot a divorco so that be might marry her. Tho caso presents many interesting features. Tho familiar sharacter of the "mutual friend" is not wanted in the dramatis personio. The parties in tho suit are prominent in social circles. Itemnrknblo Morrter Trial Enilocl. ANXISTON, Ala., Sopt. of the most remarkable cases evcrtriod in any :ourt in this country was tried here this week. Over twenty years ago a man named "ancr killed another man Hogan in a row which they had over a liog. Zanor was arrested, but his trial bas boon continued from torm to terra for the past twenty years and now bo is sentenced to u term of only ono year for iho deed, Itritihh In BOSTON, Sopt. IJritisb Amer- ican Association of have issued a call for a special convention in Koston October 1, to consider the adop- tion of a platform for political action, to Jecido what course tho party will follow in tbo coming campaign and to give in- Jorspment to Mich candidates as shall bo considered true to American institu- tions and honest government A ?1optlnir of Trotont, DKTUoir, Sept. 27. An enthusiastic tneoting was held bore Thursday to pro- test against tbo arrest of Messrs. Dillon O'T'rion and the action of tbo police it Tipporary. The orators Don M. Dickinson. ex-Postmaster flfnoral; Ji-Representatixe Cbipman, Bi.shop Fo- leyandRev. Charles F. O'Roilly, secre- tary of the National League. to Fight for N. J., Sopt 3f agreement for a fitrht, rules, between Michael Gushing, of Brooklyn, and Austin Gibbons, of Pat- srson, for a side, opon to an in- crease of S2.000, have been signed. The struggle is to take place Novc-mbor 6, sacb contestant to woigh 132 pounds be- fore tbo fight I'rominrnt of ft Trio of Tough Who to ba U CoMrty LOOAX, 0., Sept. Wright on Thursday afternoon, assisted by four deputies, arrested three persons about miles from the scene of tho Krimin murder onsuspioionof having- murdered Krirnnj last Monday night Ueorgo Blackburn, alias S folds, alias Wilson; James Black and Dan Mills are the per- sons arrested. Blackburn is sixty-two years of ago. and is one of tho most des- perate criminals in Ohio. Ho served twenty years in tho Ohio penitentiary. James Black has served a -crm in the same pi. co. Black is sixty years old, lo Mills is a young man only twenty- five. Word was sont to tho shor fl from a woman living near tho scene of tho mur- der that sho had information for him, llo ani his deputies went out aud the abov u-rosts followed. Moro ar- rests will fol ow. A ten-dollar bill was found on Blaclcburn arrested, but ho said ho could not remember where ho (tot il. The throe men claim to bo inno- cent of tbo crime. Tho Krl m family offer a rjward of 850J in addition to tho by tho county commission- ers. _______________ MAUD'S LATEST BltBAIv. Currollton'n WIO.IKN) to thf Ft--rit With M Halt. O., Sopt. Eohley, nttornoys for Miss Maud Saun- dera, hare filed papers in a bas- tardy auit ag-ainst Goorgo Atkinson, a minor, aud his guardian. U. C. Do Ford. As young Atkinson, who ia but nineteen years old. had skipped for parts un known, no service of warrant could bo had. They thon took transrclpt in com- mon picas court and made an affidavit In attachment and garnished his guar- dian, lawyer Do Ford, from disposing of the property ho holds in trust for younff Atkinson. The property in question Is about Si.000 in cath and town property. Young Atkinson has boon clerking for for the past two years in a dry goods store. Tbe plaintiff, Miss Saundors, gained quite a reputation about a year ago as "Carrollton's ton thousand dollar she suing D. S. Gardner, a young doctor of Massillon, for breach of promise, claiming that her affections bad been tampered with to the extent of RlO.OOOt After a four days' trial tho jury returned a verdict of and costs against tho doctor. HE 18 TOUGH. A Conntr Mnn Who U Proof Agxlnct All Injnry. NEW O., Sept Tuscarawas County comes to tho front with a man who, having passod safely through thirteen hard-fought battles in the lato war, had a heavy saw-log, with its entire weight, roll over him and ho still survives. This man of iron frame is a German farmer named Fred- erick Exlcy, of Rush township. Whllo engaged in hauling logs on a hillside the sled upsot and the log rolled. Mr. Exley was below driving tho team, and the lop, a large oak, fifteen foot long and two feet through, passed squarely over bis body and on down the hill. Kx ley's body was entirely flattened out, and bis head indented a largo holo in tbe hard grouftd. The body, after time, assumed Its normal shape, and tho man, awidu from a fooling. Is doing well, and his phy-uriaa thinks be will soon no Tw R-mndu K qn'red by Slnrln Kftoek Out Amor.oan Losnos, Sopt. ght betweon MoAuli'To and Slavir took lace at four o'cloak this morning in tho ruionde Club rooms and ended In a most disastrous defeat of tho Atr.orican n the second round. McAuliffecntcrei le ring weighing 204 pounds, lavin fought at 180 pounds. Sl.ivla truck tho first blow, after cautious pa rintr for a fow seconds on each side, ud then both mon wont at each other iko demons. The greatest disorder prevailed ho spectators, who numbered abnivlOO. t looked at the first part of tho ro ind s if McAuliffo was pitting the b-.Mt of t, but he evidently ox'-rtod himself too much at tlie beginning, for at tho end if the round Slavin pursued him .iround ho ring and knocked him down. Mo- Vuliifo recovered at once. or, .v id loither could be considered host at tha sul of the round. Tho round belonged to SI ilono. lie drew blood from >'s eft ear to start, with nnd thon st.i.'f'd n to make things lively for hiy loundod him all arounl tho rir.or cnocked him down. Mc.VuliiT" sr led to his foot barely iu umo u. servo tho second's intermission rocovory allowed undor rules. ho got tolas d-ot hr- It d against tho ropes in a tuup.'ifr. Slavin stood and wituhold hid h.ri'l !or sovor.il secon.ls. Then uado a olTort to put up his .ud.3 ind then Slavin was down upoo hi a. .lo knocked him down ugahi nnd Mc- Vuliflo failed to rise within th'1 tiiaa )ormittod him. After tho roiOi'.'us Unl givoa the fight to tbo Austral'.1.: seconds lifted hitj up Blood .vas running from his noso. luouta and ears. Tlio fight lasted exactly aix mlnr utoa. _______________ KO I'llOGtllSSS MADii. pany's plant at Phillips, Wis., WM en- taken advantage of. (at; ttrelj destroyed bj Sre, causing a I-u-iucs oi twcirt Yov.jc. Sept. 27. William A. Hodges, tbe prominent Afro-Arr.or- .can citizen in Virginia, died in Norfolk Thursday from heart failure, at ;bc advanced age of years. He was born in Kempsville, Va., in 1SI5 of free parentage, and at an early ago bo- ?an to advocate the cause of freedom aad fbr his race. HIIK-i. BmncEpop.T, Conn., Sept. M. Sttirges. of the East End Horse Railway Company, o' this city, OB Thursday accidentailT by the discharge of a gun held by h com- panion. Mr. Stursres was rcmovod to oeiyhboring house, but died within two boon after receiving wound. A Futnl CollUion. 0., Sept Two froigh trains on tbo BalUioorc Ohio ruilroad collided at Midway switch, throo miles east of hero, Friday morning. Tnomas Benson and his son. agod wuro in tho car noxi to tho onitino. Thoj were emigrants from Now Straitsvillo. 0. Tho next car was an oil tank, whicl crashed through the ono In which tho Bonsons were and exploded. Tho boy was literally roasted boforo his father's eyes. Several cars were burnod aud the locomotives ruined. Tbe conductor o tbo westbound train bad orders to sido track his train, but for sotno unox plained reason they woro disregarded. Ertltor to bo Saed for TIFFIN, O., Sopt Tho person a quarrel among tbo facult and manage racntof Heidelberg University a climax F Way af U-rn For sovcra woeks past tbo Tiffin Dally Tribunobas been publishing a series of communica- tions attacking Chancellor Kost, not only in relation to tbo university but his personal character. Papers aro now being pr pared bv an attorney for a suit for combined criminal libel and civil damages against Otis T. Locko, proprio- icrof tho Tribune. The damaged will be placed at SSO.OOO. STACUFFR DEFEATED. by Trnln- 0., Sopt Whllf cross- ing the Lake Sho-e railway track at tbo East JJain strfC-t crossing in this city Friday morning. Prof. Charles S. Royco. teacbf-r of gymnastics in the Boston schools, was struck by an incoming traia, and had h s rig t iraa broken. _ rell In Mt STDJTET, O.. Sept Graat John- ston, of Port Jefferson, tbis county, was drowned othcrday. He was afflicted with epilepsy, and while in a spasm when he was fUhing he foil forward with his face in six inches of water and bis feet on dry land. _ LIXA. a. Sept nlgfct tho boiler of a sawmill at Middleport, wist of thto blew mangling demolishing and t'-o Hut t-lttln Inthp thn Further Collmlu-iK Vl'lltt the Pol.cn. DUDLIX, Sept thronged tho streets of Tipporary u-rtll a lato hour Tharsday nigbt, discussing tha conflict between tho police aad populace and tho former's brutality. Tho cnso ainst tho arrested Nationalist.-, has made but littlo progniAi. Tha Nation- alists had a long conference and it as decided to make a furthor attempt to bring Police Sergeant Kennedy to task for his brutality with the clubin 'ront of the court bouso Thursday. The "Uua- tton is more tranquil at Tipporary than Thursday. Crowds of people still throng tho strcots. They soom to bo laboring under suppressed excitement, butr-tbOro" has been no collision with Spe- cial precautions havo boon taken by tho authorities to guard" against an out- break. Tho space in fro it !of tho court bouso Is hold by a strong guard, aal both soldiers ani police aro patrolling- tho streets. Tho session of tho court for tho trial of tho conspiracy ca'ios lasted only a fow minutes yesterday. WEAK tbe engineer's body part of htiildlng. Tontlmony In lllrcliul.'s MeVilf Provti of it Fllin--.v Uliirnncnr. WOODSTOCK, Ont., Sopt. 27. In the Hirchall trial yesterday Mr. opened tho c.iso for tho lie in- troduced the fortificato of inarriago in Knffland to 5 vonson on Novcmbor 10, l8Sd, prov.nr that if iu England tnon hu could not liavo boon in Blenheim swamp in Octo- ber of that year, as one of tho witnoas-'j testified. John Rrub tostlfiwl that o-i Tuosdav oveniiijr, February 18, ho no ird two sbots in the swamp, ono a minute or two uftrjr the otbor. and directly ainr two tnon canio out and went wost Mrs. who
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