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   Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1890, Salem, Ohio                               THE SALEM DAILY NEWS. VOL. II, NO. 233. SALEM. OHIO, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 2. 1890. TWO CENT? IT IS m A LAff. President Approves tha Tariff Bill. Scenes and Incidents in the Capitol Before the Measure Signed. was Prominent and Saf- rouuded the Chief WASHINGTON, Oct. President iigned tbe tariil bill at p. m. Wed- nesday. There was gathered about him in the President's room (immediately adjoining the Senate lobby) a nuaibtr of the members of houses of Con- and all of the members of the Cabinet, with the exception of Secretary Rusk, who is out of the city. The Pres- ident came to the Capitol about, two o'clock. There was a quantity of busi- ness awaitiijr his attention. Congress had been very busy in its last days and a dozen enrolW bills b' ..rhrzthr- bi-rnr-.- tures of the Speaker anl fia Vice Pr.-s- idcnt lay on tbe table L-'fure him as ho sat down, and taking up pro- pared to sign them. One atter another the members of the Cabinet were called into consultation as to the merits of leg- islation affecting tboir respective de- partments, which there was not much time to examine in detail. They had informed themselves of tho character of these measures at tho time they passed and wore prepared to approve or disapprove them without more than a cursory examination of their titles. At a small table behind the President sat Executive Clerk Pruden preparing the message announcing the President's approval of the different measures be- fore him to be sent to either house of Congress. At the President's right hand Stood Private Secretary Hal ford, laying before him different bills and blotting each signature as the President pushed them aside. Members of the House and Senate called and looked after measures In which-they had personal Interests and the bills on tho President's table were taken up rather In order of prefer- ence than in order of precedence. The bulky tariff bill lay at the right of the President .As ho concluded the signa- ture of a bill.relating to land in Florida, Private Secretary Ralford lifted the mass of parchment and laid it before him. The little assemblage gathered close about tbe table as the President pushed back the roll of the preceding pages so as to give his arm free swing to affix his signature in the space left in tbo lower left hand corner of the last page. At the President's right stood the Secretary of front of Major Mclxialey. Tho members of tho Finance Committee who had charge of the bill in the Senate were also pres- ent. "Has he read the bill whis- pered another voice in the crowd and Kepresontative Mason, of Illinois, asked Mr. McKinley if he did not feel nervous now that the last stage in the enact- ment of the tariff law had been reached. Then there was a brief silence and the President, taking a fresh supply of Ink on the pen with which he bad been affix- ing his signature to other measures, wrote: "Approved October 1, 1300, "Benj. Harrison" at tho bottom of the bill. Mr. Ilnlford stood ready with tbe blotter, but Secretary Blaine caught his arm and said: "Xo: let it dry." The bill was lifted aside and the heavy sig- nature of the President remained on it intact The pen with which the signature was affixed to tbe bill became the property of Representative M.ison, of Illinois, who said he wanted it for his little gir to preserve as a souvenir.___ IRON AND STEEL CONGRESS. The RHtUh Branch of Institute Their Yor.u, Oct. first day's session of the British branch of tho iron and steel congress opened Wednesday morning in Chickering HalL The at- tendance was very large, tho foreign delegates predominating in numbers, but many members oi the American in- stitute were present- Sir James Kittson, president of the British Iron and Steel Institute, called the meeting to order. Andrew Carnegie delivered an address of welcome, to which Sir James Kittson responed. General Sheman received Tamo "Wind-up of an Session. Exciting Bot Little Business of Importance Transacted in Either Branch. n of Marked by Much Contention and Verj- Important LcgMlatlon. Oct the journal had been a-.jptoved yesterday Mr. Sher- man o'Ti r.-d a r soluuou for the appointment ot quite an ovation as he was escorted to a a ot two to join a like com seat on the platform. I mittcc of the Hoas-.- to upon the Presid Mr. Bloo, Assistant Minister of Agri- culture, extended on behalf of the Do- minion govnrnment an invitati-vi to tho institute to visit the cities of Canada. Sir James Kittson then said it was intended to present a diploma of membershio and a guld modal rj lion. a-.id u-orm him-.h.u-jnlosshe haJ Jurtaer com- Messrs -inJ Harris wv u Appointed the committee on ;he yai-t of tUu Senate Acoar.-.jioo on tlio Ho iso Mil In ref- erence to surveyini.' I d TO. Tno Vice Pr-si- n .to tnrei v-to mes- Fnblic Di-bt Statement. Oct. i publi' debt statement issued from the Trcas ury Department, yesterday shows a, de crease in tho deb: during the past month amounting t-j The in terest-boaring debt, exclusive of the bonds issued to Pacific railroads, against S-'JSO.OTS.OJO on Septem- ber 1, or a reduction la the bonded in- debtedness during the month amount- ing to while on the other A. S. Hewitt, but he was not present owing to illness, so the- presentation was dispensed with. Mr. Hewitt's speech was then given o.it :j present in prhroi ft -m. The re-.d was De- velopment of Av.ieri.-an 111 ist by James Gayloy, of T'.essemer, Pa. Sir Lothian Boll then read a paper treat- ing on the effect of carbonic acid in furnaces. The session then adjourned. A Arrest of an EnfflNli tronet for Forgery und Cftse. LONDON, Oct. magistrate of the Westminster police court yesterday remanded Sir James Freako. a wealthy gentleman widely known in social cir- cles, on charges of forgery and assault preferred by a gentleman named Gib- son. Sir ThoTsas lured Gibson into the cellar of an unoccupied house in Ken- ington, where, with the help of friends vho were in league with him, he over- wwored and handcuffed Gibson and ook his keys from him. Sir Thomas hen went to the St. George's Club, ipened Gibson's box and secured the otters and photograph o? a certain woman and destroyed them. He had ireviously forged Gibson's name to a elegram notifying theclub officials that i man would be sent to open Gibson's Sir Thomas and Gibson wore'formerly riends. They had a falling- out on ac- count of the woman referred to, with whom both were intimate. The woman was present in the cellar when Gibson was attacked. The has caused a sensation. ________________ ON THE DIAMOND. Results of on reaKue, Association and Brotherhood Following are the results of Tuesday's james: NATIONAL T-EAOrC. At 3, Cincinnati 5. ASSOCIATION. At 0, Columbus 14. At 5, Louisville At St. S, St. Louis 7. LEAGUE. At York 3, Cleveland 7. At 7, Pitts- burgh 9. At 5, Boston 12. Flod From the %Vrmh to Como. E ASTON. Pa.. Oct. report of the arrest of operator who is charged with bein? responsible for the iisaster on the Jersey Central road on Monday night, above is in- correct, lie visited the sc. no of tho wreck Tuesday, and was aboat to be ar- rested when he disappeared and has not since been scon. Ho is a boy, be- tween sixteen and seventeen. When told of the wreck he was attending tbe Katie Rooney performance in tho opera house at Mauch Chunk, and had the orders for the uolding of the trains in dia pocket .Charles 1J. comp.ir.y, ci rort'.and M o. I'o. T if biU is thai t J. pool ('l.-Js; the cr.se ot otner gambling :.ncl the bill to .....u ,rirt ;ioo. tuning in the 10, i :or O" .if L-.IIU :o the >7 ro.nfnt nnkint; iu- 1.11 t'.'e contr iry permit- i'. is Toclzoj 0 ao -ml of .n-; r.ice tracks If lhai form of tcT be pra nbited (as the Presi- dent thinks it shou'.d bvi the prohibition should apnly to a'l persons and places. The UiriS bill was io.vr.v.1 from the House. Mr. Aldrich rnnnrfd from the Finance Commit- tee the of t'n HUII-.C- for the uujouru- mrnt of Co iMo amended so as to make tho umu of iiJ.ourcmoal nve y. m It was agreed TO and th" took a rooess. At fo'ir o'clock the Pres'ilent called ihe Senate to order and a message was reoolveJ announcing tha signature of the Speaker to two bills. The Vico President signed them and they were sent Theu the Senate lapsed into a state of complete si.iKtuition. Resolutions were offereil tendering the thanks of the Senate to Vice President Morton a-n! Mr. Ituralls for the impurtttil and ccrineous manner In which they hud presided over us doliberatisns. The resolutions were agreed to and then the Senate adjourned. tho journal was read. Mr. Brockenrlrtgi- of the point of order that thPre was no quorum present A call of the Hou-e -ir-lc-ie 1 awaiting a quorum a message was received from the Sen- ate announcing the at-reemcnt lo the confer- ence report on the tariff bOl. Mr. Breckcnridire withdrew aK point of no quorum. It was'.m- merl.ately reno.vcd by K.lporo. of Texas. Not long afterwards, howoier, Mr Kilpore relented, withdrew his point and the clerk proceeded to read the journal Mr. MeKinlry offered a resolution for the ap- pointment of a committee of to 1oln a s.milur committee on iho part ot the Semite to upon the President and in.'orm him that Congress was ready to adjourn. The resolution adopted Mr Grosvenor, from the Com- on Rivers and Harbors, reported back a usolutlon ilirr thr.t commltteo to examine .ml whether the navigation 'f the 0 iio rivor i' o and below Cincinnati b impeded by rea-o'i of the coastructlou of wure- whirvcs, etc., by private corporations aud individuals Mr. Caswell presented to the a addressed :o th' by Postmaster Wheat, enderlng his Later Mr. Spooner nbmitted a report on the Investigation into the conduct t-l tho accompanied by a CiCcLinriF, u'f.c? of postmaster of the House vacant and directing the assistant postmaster to perform the duties of the office inti! .1 postmuator shall have been elected and qualip.cd. The Speaker laid nefore the House a letter 'roro Reprc-entativo E H Concer stating that ic had forwarded to the Governor of Iowa his resignation as a from the Sev- enth district of that 'state The Speaker furth-jr Slated that he had received a substantially similar communication from Representative DeHiiven. of the Flist district of California, but that the letter had been mislaid. Senate resolution was agre d to. requesting the Presidi-nt to enter into m-KOtiations wun the governments of Great Britain nd Mexico with a view to securing trade stipulations for the prevention 4' the entry of Chinese laborers [rom the Dom nion of Canada or Mexico into the United States. Mr MoKmlcy. chairman of the committee apyoiute.l to wait upon tho President, an thf no further com- m in.c-'tK'n tii make and tlie H, use after some rerua kj by Speaker Heed adjourned. A TIE-UP EXPECTED. A DUehnrjje of of the AiUmii El- Company in NKW YOHK. Oct. A tie-up of Adams Express Company is not improb- able in this city on account of the dis- charge of seventy-five employes on Sat- urday. Some received no notification until they came to got their pay. and none knew of what was coming more than three days before the discharges took elTect. The discharged men feel Tery bitter over their summary expul- sion. The same system of reduction is going into effect wherever tho Adams express reaches. Men have been dis- missed at Chicago, Cincinnati and olso- whore. Said a employe: "When wo asked whv rranr of us were dis- charged wo were to'd that business being dul1 economy dfiv..inded reduc- tion of expenses. Tb.'.t excuse is too absurd, lu October every express com- pany has all the busives-- it e.'.n The men diM-barc-ed sire old hands earned ijood Groen hands :it small wages are to be given our pluc-os. It is not unlikely that in sympathy for us tho men rnt.uniH! ;auy go out aud tie uu t..o Record of Events Happening In This State. TO RELIEVE FAMINE. Alrt 11 The r 1 Vor.iv. prominent goodi jobbing house of -Tonn V. Far well Co., of Chicago, are considering i plan for the reorganization of their business by merging it into a com- pany. Tho firm is the oldest dry goods jobbing house in Chicago and from its _____...... .volume of business stands hand the surplus in t'rv trvivjry. which in rank the dry goods joV I bors of tho countrv. The capital of the I Cr-n i- at and annual busin'-ss at a taontb ago was is now a decrease of Disastrous Blare In IJrcwerr. Ti, Oct. an early hour Wednesday morning flrf hroko out in the refrigerating department of the toiler brewery at Low-.-burg. just hack of Ky. The good work of the Sre department sared the main portion ol the brewery, bni it Js the loss will reach SJO.OOO: fully iusurod. The Sreis thought to have originated in tho en- gine room frora one of -r.c Oct. referring to the speech of Carlisle in which ho Stated that tbt-ro wr.s r.o intention on j the part of the Ad-ninistrat.on to iako j of the reciprocity tariT bill, '.t stVvCi at of j A Oct. liriiliant street pageant of Knights of the Golden Eagle took place yesterday in tho pres- ence of thousands of people, who thronged the sidewalks r.ior.r: which the knights rnove'l in ii-J array and gave evidence of adnnration by fceqtient outbursts of apaiaaso. Tbo parade- in cfvmrncrnorati-in aaTiirc-rsary of th" ir.'.rj-luct. of this order into Pennsylvania. for Stnrvliin Iriili by I'rom- itirens. YOKK. Oct. 2 appeal of tbe American committee for tho relief of the famine in Ireland has been is- sued. It is based upon careful data gathered from various sources in the country which finds itself again face to face with tbo grim specter of famine. The movement is utterly without politi- cal or other outside significance. It has no connection with any existing or- ganization in this country or in Ireland. The personnel pf the committee is as follows: Chairman, General James Grant Wilson: honorary chairmen, Hon. Rutherford R. Hayes, Hon. Grovor Cleveland; vico chairmen, .Tames Red- path, George Ehret, Elliott F. Shopard, James Phillips, Jr. TrtmmirA Foil n't In a Well. DnmiAM, Oct a pang of workmen employed in digging out the earth from an old well that had caved in on the Theodore Ellis farm at West Dcdbarn. found an iron pot which was half filled with ancient gold coins, including Spanish money dated IMS, 1TP8, 1780, 17S1. 1789 and" 1801; United States coin of the issue of 179.V, English ot 1749, 17M. 1768, and a coin of Carlos VII. 1777. There were also other coins of which the imprint was inde- cipherable hut which seemed to be of French and Portuguese issue. A GALA DAY. Monument I livelier! itt Gttut Enormous Crowd and a EAST LIVERPOOL, 0., Oct nesday was a red letter day in this city's history, it being the occasion of tho un- veiling of tho soldiers' monument and also of a large reunion of veterans. Many prominent citizens from other towns wore presont and Governor Camp- bell took part in the feremony of un- veiling tho monuniO'.H. which is twenty- sis foet in heigtit. Iviilt of bronze, and has engraved upon it tbe names of all the soldiers of Liverpool to.vnship who died during or since the war. In addi- tion to the ceremonies attendant upon the deciicr.tion of tho monument, there was an industrial parade. ath- "letic exhibition, balloon ascension, boat race and many other u'tr.iotiuns. The Trades' Exposition was Iso opened with imposing ceremonies. From early morning until late at night tho stroots were filled with and such a multitude of people has not boon seen in this city for years. Every thing passed off smoothly find the- ontl.ro af- fair was a laost pronounced success. Ohtrmu lu IVixytrHff, Man., Oct. Calgarfy, Alberta, dispatch says: Dr. Living- heart, alias Campbell, has been ar- rested on a warrant charging him with criminal assault In Hamilton, Butler County, O. The doctor, when under in- dictment, jumped on his horse and es- caped to Canada. Ho was brought be- fore Justice Roleau and remanded till Monday next to allow evidence- to be by the Onlo authorities for extradi- tion tnmbor "Ynril Mill flamed. FT. Oct. the lumberyard and planing mill ot Rentar Wilson was discovered on fire And boforo tho arrival of tho flre com- panv the blaze was almost beyond con- trol. Tho flro originated In tho planing mill and Is supposed to be the work of an Incendiary. The entire loss Is esti- mated at 1th no Insurance. WAR DUU ut Ntxv- UMIC l'jr the 4'otiAlrurtlon of AruutrtMt WASHINGTON, Oot. 2. K.il> wora opened at tuo Navy yester- day for building threo .i buttla ships of tons displaoeiuo-it and ono protected cruiser of ment. Tho limit fixed for t'..- ships, exclusive- of aruior, U each and for the protected cr Tho plans and spi'df.c.ui.Ms of these ships have only rei---ntly completed by tho deparmont. i'ai suiyi must bo completed within tliu'v. and a half. The llrnt bid opened was tb.it t'.a Union iron works, of San Fr w'.iich oiTured to build ono br..' on tho-lopartisiont's plan or two for cacli. a total of Cramp Svius, of Phila.lelphi-.i, hid To.- one bat- tle ship on the pi in. u- 12 l.UJO on tlieir own plan, an i o on the pi at .1 each. Tho Iron CHIHUU, 'U.v'.J only oiin bid, th.it for -...p-.u the di'partnn nVs plan, Kir JJ. Tho Itihilim iron uoiks, of S i lo- co, :ilso bid for tho '.Kittle V tbo dopartmont's pl.in, inoir p'.-C'- Tho next bid WAS for pro- tected cruii-T N'o. I'.'. The >n works bid and Cramp ic i'j-.u both l.v.A. APACHKSON WAll Kcpnhl nniiri Curry Id iho. BOISF. Cn v, gen- eral outlook so fn.r indicates a clear Re- publican victory. Leading Republicans express themselves with much confi- dence, while Democrats are despondent and make no claims. The returns now iashowthsit th.1 ilopunlicans have a majority of noarly in tho State. Tho majority for Hn-nip (Oivcrnor) will roach li'ioublicans will have thirty members of the Lngislnturo ind the Democrats nineteen, with five doubt- ful. ________________ Kxrltonn-nt at Fovor Heat. CAMPKV, X. .T.,   be re-enacted. The liquors oH'Tfci "-cued at once by the coua- ty attorney. Builroad Company of LoP AKOKI.E.S Cnl., Oct. Georgo Martin, book-keener and cashier, and James Dunn, collector for tho Santa Fo Railroad Company, have disappeared and an investigation shows that they have robbed the company of about Both are young men and unmarried and moved in good society. Tho stolen money was spent in living. It is believed tho men have gone to Mexico and an effort will be made to bring them back. Tbe company tvillloso noth- ing, as both men are under bonds Murderer with Lynchtnsr. WiLKKSBAUKK. Pa., Oct. 2.-Tuesday evening Foreman Denry, of the Val- ley stone works, at Mrshoppon, shot a Stonecutter named Leslie Ivollogg, through the lunjrs, inflicting a fatal wound. Henry fired a second shot, mis- sing Kellogg, but tmtin? a hostler named John Lord, inflicting a paiufnl wound. The shootintr caused great ex- citement and Henry, who was arrested, has several times been threatened with lynching. Tho cause of the shooting is not known. Trying to Mont TnrifT N. Y., Oct. special from Cape Vincent says that on account of the MeKinloy bill going into ofToct on October C, tho two large .seed houses at that place, the. Cape Vincent Seed Company and tho Cleveland Seed Com- pany, are busily engaged in frriT-bting from Canada all tbr> peas grown Uioro for them. Tho VinccntSeod Com- pany have four schoonors carrying peas day and night, and are now running their warehouse) all night, as well as during tho day. union of Property., CANTON, 0.. Oct. has boon brought by Mrs. Louisa Balsor, a; land owner, nyalnst the olty, j to get possession of a large amount of property In the eastern part of town. It baa been used by tbe city for years and Is eitremely valuable. She asks pay- tnent of back ront and future possession of the ground. SrTa'of I ball j coat- aa oace. A IXtntmi. Ot. 2. r. the j of the A '.ams Kxpress C-ompanr, partly :s deaies tbo re-port of sweeping redac- has tloajriti tho and of T, -v> C.c -otDT-'vsT. The salaries are not to bastnade j he says. A slight redoction for -.he two-tbir-is inV.-rest of j In the easp'.ojed will be I to mm Tana.. i. TT. DL Hajaes. of tb-- Kristol. Eiizabetavsa North Carolina v> Broken. EATOJT. O.. Oct. K. GaaU. mayor Troj. SAX FUAXCISCO. Oct. The stago from Lotnpere was robbed last week' near Los Alatnos, Santa Barbara County, by a masked man and the express box taken. Four men from Los Alamos started in pursuit. Among the party was John H. Conway, who overtook tho robber and overpowered bitn. The rob- ber confessed and said his name was Harry West. Arrcttcil for DATTOS, O., Oct. W. Brook has boon arrested by tbe police bore for tho burglary Sunday night at James- town of Jenck's general store. lie ad- mitted the burglary, and said that he .was drunk at the time. JJrock Is single, twenty yeara old, and resides at F.dfle- wood, an adjoining village to James- town.________________ IxiCHti-d Alter O., Oct. W. McLenn, n once prominent Mason here, Jumped town ten years ago 87.000 short in his accounts, and a forger ofhis brother-in-law's name for several thou- sand, has been located in Fulton Coun- ty, Georgia, and is -.veil fixed. 0.. Oct. little Children of James Dixon, of this olty, on Tuesday found c.n-1 butter thinly spread with rough on rats and placed at tho entrance of rat holes. The prompt- est and most heroic treatment alone saved their Hvc-3.______ A Fitll. 0., Oct. Parks, a carpenter engaged at work on Hooter's brewery, fell from the third story to tho cellar afternoon, a distance of forty feet, and sustained injuries from which he died before a physician could be summoned. WIO.OOO. O.. Oct. V. Ilartman and Lewis C. HufTman aro bus- iness partners In coal. Hartm.in has just brought suit for 510.000 dafi-ag'-i against HufTman, alleg that Huff- man said he (llartraan) stole money from tho safe._____________ flreih Jail. NEW 0., Oct wholesale jail delivery occurred here Tuesday niffht. Pat Claire, Kd Haxzard. Mike feced and Ed Eh ret, all indicted and desperate criminals, sawed through tho jail window and escaped. On Trlml for Me.. Oct. The trial of M. W. Xorion for the nnirder of his housekeeper, Mrs. Cooley. has begua here. Tho prosecution claim that for the crime was that Mrs. Cooloy Sfcretly gave birth to a child in 1SS7. which Norton and burned; that Subsequently tho couple ouarreled and Norton feared Mrs. Cooley wouJd disclose bis crime. ST. Aroc-sTivB. Fia., Oct. Campbell -who recently here from Baltimore, shot and killed Miss Mamie _______ St. Lonis Broiras. laabilitr V> tfce bail U jrirca M tot ate  f., Oct. W. O. Mannion, of tbo Liiy- nui -.-illys, a company of Pueblo livlians u men dil offoctivo work In the field wuou Ocroni- mo an-l his followers of cut- throats wero on tho war path, returned yesterday from the sent of tho present uprising and states that tho people are terrorised and fear is t'.ias before the renegades are c.'jt'urud .4 number of tho whites will bo massacred. Just before tho Colonel loft Silver a courier came riding'into town I re- ported tho savages on the Uppvir Gila and ranchmen and miners for their lives. Two men wero murdered Monday. The Apaches arc bolrv lodby "Tho a young'Indian br.'.vo. 5jev- oral compsnios of cavilry a in tho Black rangu looking for the Indians. Comes tlm Samo St-iry of U.ruJi (xiiArtl Appointed. WOODSTOOK. Ont, r-ycit.o- mont over the Ittrchull trial is fast sub- siding. While overybody is satisfied as to tho justness of thn vr-rdict, universal sympathy is felt for Hie v.'ifo, who is suffering severely from the of tho week and tho result of tbo trial. Birclmll sncros unrnovod by his sen- tence. Ho shows no Hign of fear and evidences no animosity tow.irdi those who testified against him. An- other guard 'vas appointed vestordny. ao that there will boa guard in his cell with him continually, night aud dar. His daily walk in the j.ul yard has boon stopped und ho will more 50 the jail stairw.iy until lie gons to tho gallows. ________________ Oct. minority of thu special uommitlei1. an- pointed to invcdtigiit'j the :n uio against of i'cn'.iors I'-iU'n have pruparod a state-moat basi-.l on tlio evidence talcon by tho cotnmittfio. Tbo report .says that, trie Cominissionrr not proii-rly. iliu duties r.ml3Tlon-> r.i-> great offic'1, and th.it to havo lu 1 u.o Ollit-o for slock j ir, or spr-culiition is a 'Ir-qraflatiou th public service can riot jt.rongly condemnod. mill Str.iw Pnl.ice. MoMr.vrr. Ill-, Oct. 'i. nov. 1 in- ter-State palaco opened hero Tues- day. The ijuililing i'< in and ICiO foet wi :e in the ccn-.r r. Ti.f, main hall is a perfect circuit 1'J. Tf i-t in diameter, flanked on th" four si'k- wings. A cir'-.uliirgah'-ry i feet wide swoops cntirf-'y a-oind .hr-.iuKi hall. The walls are b.nit cntlnlyof baled hay, with just onuii_'h baled ti-aw to muke a ploaaiug la and color.________________ Ti.'i-i WI..'-K.' I. t. report-, received horn night that a Ci-iadian I'ariific h'i- 'n Octi The Sf-nato hss eoTiflrrned the following nominations of Ohio postmasters: Frederick Knagi. Toronto; Carltoa A- Horn. Plain City; Mftrr S. -I- Mrfrroirtv. Collogo Hill; C. W. Now U'.rh_mon.l Apopl'iJ- XIIlc'1 Him. TTFTIT, O.. Oct, Thomas Owrand. of the firm of Owran'J Mnyd'-r, one of tbe bost known in S'-noca County, drotiyl dead from aponloxy at one o'clock afternoon. tnr A dl> Ktcb says tbnt th" ReonMicaTH of the venteenih district ha-" nr-minated ColotlftI C- L. I'ocrraan for Conqross oa tbe first ballot, tmn. LTXA, O., Oct. Wodnosday mora- tag, Panl Richtor, a laborer croployed ttM Cbicag-o A Erie tnm Uie work train by a steam plow ground to pieces. _ for O.. 2- E. Hayncs. of Fremont, waare- oflKMM, W afned upon to WiliSaffi E. Dayncs. ol Jrremont, waare- matter of eofftneers' prono- nominated by the Democratic cowTen- tiOB AOMUe by tbe Seveavli district at Oak tUf borfwterAar. li 'vond and an tV-rn. Tin track and th f-riou-ly 'r'.'-l, ut snvnr.il arr- ir.Mir-i. Tn i mfn I 'he o t 10 track are supped to be discharg-1 otu-., ploycs. ____ _ EnglNliirn-t' Inv.l'jtS to Col'ira Nr.w YOUK, Oct. Hon. W. R Car- rutb'.-rs, of DPTIVT. Col.. appnn7-ed bc- foro the T'.rilUb iron and ii vi'terday and on nfjr of Colorado invited c. t Colorado and Snspr-ct the Mr. Carrutbors also acted in a ity for mayor i. CoL A ritimbor the Eng.i' Sed their intention th" i-.viti- tion. CAXDXN. N. -T.. Oct Mr. ar Arthur Williams while atf to cross the Camdcn .t Atlantic rarroad in tbelr carriage Tuesday were Btmclt br express train. Mr. Will- Urns was instantly killed and Wiil- iatas is dyine Mr. and were over seventy and prominent in church circles. Oct. TrjP tt off quietly m i for tho rx-TTs-i Only votes were which tbo IVmocraW i.571 t t; >s   

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