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   Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1890, Salem, Ohio                               THE SALEM DAILY NEWS. I VOL. II. NO. 250. SALEM. OHIO. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 22. TWO CENTS. ff of tho Players' League aud Brotherhood. Tliree Mem her of the Latter Added to the Cuufereucd Committee Thich u to Trouble Predlotod ot This Bod? In Couse- SO CAUSE FOR KEMOYAU Exclteiuenc Among Telcyriphen DUuiLotmla from the Wottart Culuo CmcAGO, Oct. is much ex- citement among the Western Union tel- egraph operators In this city. Saturday last nine teen have boon dis- charged without beinjj jriven any reason for their dismissal. All of them, it is are members of tho Brotherhood of and they believe that it was ou tb'.s account that their serv- ices were no longer dt'sired. Charles S. Andross, publisher of the Tolo-raahor, Annual Keport of the Thief Su- pervising 1 nspector. THE LEVER rrocecrtinirs of tho Locomotive KiijrlucerV Convention. Number of L'vca Lost Pnrinif the Past Fiscal Year V.'as 2-i5. Ton YORK, Oct. members of WM one of lllosd uismi-scd and was in of Northern Low ot to Number of the Brotherhood of Base Ball Playora held an adjourned session Tuesday morning- at the St. James IIotoL Their numbers ware increased by the arrival o! Btii'-inion, of Philadelphia, and Ar- thur Irwi.i, of Boston. The adjourned meetiasr wa3 to consider the question of >ieinz represented on the Players' League conference committee that moots to-dav with the committee from tbe Na- tional League and American Associa- tion. T. J- Keefe, of the New York chf-i, said yesterday morning that he did not cspect an early comprormsa. If one was h.-.d by spring he would think I that it was doing prelty well. i litfore adjourning the Brotherhood I drew up the following communication addressi.-d to the central board of direo- tors of the Players' League: Gentleruon: "In view of the many ruDiors current, the members of the Brotherhood of Ball Players fuel it dua to both you and themselves to extend lo you the assurance of their on tiro con 3- j aence in vour ability H> safely conduct j tbe affairs of the Players' This vas presented to the Players' Loajjue ia session at thft Fifth Avenue Flotol. The following reply was sent to the Brotherhood: "Your valued favor ex- pressing your confidence in this commit- tee is received. We desire to express to you in return our appreciation of the compliment contained therein and beg you to accept our.thinks for its proffer- ance at the present timo. Without the foiftned he demanded a reason to his discharge, that they had no reason j to give. Uis p.ipcr in its last issue pub-: lished a notice of an opon ru.-etiag to be held the Sunday following. DIED IN Oct. General Du- G.ivf Supsrvising- Inspector Ohio the of IVte McCartm-y'd nravr :is a Coun- terfeUor. COIA-MHUS 0., Oct. MoOart- ney, one of tho most Cjur.ti-r- feiters in tho States, died at the penitentiary here lie was serving a ton yaurs' seaU'neo for passing counterfeit money in Now Or- leans in 1SSS. McCartney was an edu- cated man and had made a thorough study of tho art of eagravinif and its application to criuiin-il ouds. His most succecsful work was government bonds, and he oncer-jade United States bond so perfect that it was re- deemed at the Tn-aiury Department and the holder of :hn yino was later arrested and charged counterfeit- ing. _______________ ESC KIT LYNCHING. Oimoully I'revwnt Sum- mary of AlurdortT ot Two 'jlrU. Ont., Got. in- quest into the dnath of f.vo McO-on- igle girli, who woro fo r.iri murdered and outlawed ou October 7, was con- cluded Tuesday, tho jury bringing ia a, verdict that from the evidence they Km run A-.-c ti rii-a. WAS I j of Vessels, has sent his annual n-port to th.-' Secretary of the Treasury. During the fiscal year ending June 30, It-'.io, the offlcersof tho service Inspected sieaiu vessels of asjgreffaie net tonnage of 1.390.3S9, distributed as fol- lows: Pacific coast steamers 578, not tonnag-o Atlantic coast steam- ers 3.1SP, not toanasjo Western rivor stea'.norsOGl, net tonnage No-thorn hike steamers net ton- nase si.VHS. Gulf coast steamers 470, net tonnage The total number of oiKci-TS licensed was Tho number of lives lost through ac- cidents to steam vessels during tbe year   Wmt Whitman. Oct. Rob- G. Ingersoll lectured last night at Horticultural Hall to immense audi- ence on "Liberty and Literature." tha proceed? for the benefit ot Walt Wbit- tnan. The poet to -whom the occasion was a testimonial on tho f'-art-, acd at the conclusion of Colonel oration in a tceble voice ton- his thanks V) the asdienee and to Coioaei Ingf-rsoiL fa Get Lasted Six Koonris. OMAHA, Neb., Oct. 22. At South Omaha last night Jimrnie Lindsay, of Omaha, and Jack Wilkos. of St. LoiiU, lightweights, fought six rounds with j four-Ounce gloves. Wilkes having the best of it all the way through. In the second round he broke Lindsay's nose with a right-hand swing. Linday fouled Wilkes in every round. In the sixth round the referee gave the fight to Wilkes. The fight was for a pursu of and side bet of Si 50. Tetem Pay for Dollar. CHICAGO, Oct. 22. A gentleman -who has just returned from Detroit Is re- sponsible for the statement that when the affairs ol R. G. Peters Co., which recently failed atManiatee. are sifted to tfce bottom it -will be found that the big lumber firm may be able to pay dollar for dollar. Mr. own fstitnate of his affairs places his liabilities in the neighborhood ol SI, "50.000. and his as- between and PRESBYTKKIAN CONCLAVES. vetlnK of the New York Synod the WomAii'tf Ftotnft And Foreign Mi.i- BUFFALO, N. Y.. Oot 22. ninth annual session of the New York Presbyterian synod convened- at Lock- port Tuesday afternoon. The moderator, Rev. Samuel Jcssop, of Onelda, preached the aynodical sermon. He made a strong for increased Christian activity. The business sesslonscommenco to-day. The New York State Presbyterian Women's Home and Foreign Missionary Society will also convene at the Congre- gational church to-day. Theso assem- blages are the most Important in the Presbyterian church, aside from Oeneral Assembly, The New York synod embraces all the churchos In tho New England States, besides the missions of the church 'in China and South Amer- ica, all of which will have delegates present. _______________ MISUNDEKSTOOD OKDKK9. The Krmnd Old ETHirp.rROH. Oct. 22. Mr. Gladstone delivered the first speech of his Scotch campaign yesterday ja iLc Corn Ex- -20 Central Iroa and Steel Company's I change, this cily. was a -.n ij.iki _ cr.r. fcraace here struck yesterday for of fifteen cenw on daily The strike does not the fflilt The furnace is- >i br fflen. Tie lrc hours' Ocl Aba-i o'clock oraisj two enured of J. IT. Irriae. No. it ir.so Tie robb37s 50 NVv, flaistart Ms i a tlwsuuw of peop.e to s-ve and rbe Liberal lea-ler and vrhen the ball sands o' disappointed persons left Outside 10 listca to speakers of lesser note who addressed overflow- ia the opca air. Uqaor Dealers. PAW. Mich.. Oct Nurrowty Kucftpcd ST. Louis, Oct. Councillor Leveret! Roll's rtjfidence partly destrovfd by Gre early Tuesday morn in'j. Mr. P.ell and wifo, his tbree dan2fh- tors and servant girls were aaiocn in rooms in tbe upper stories and were not awakened until tbe flames had pained considerable headway. Their sscapo from being burned to death was a very narrow one. The loss will amount to partially insured. Sot Fire to Hrwthcr's TSert, N. Y., Oct. coro- ner's jury yesterday found Jaroos Mor- rissey, of Hurley, guilty of causing thf death of bis brother Joseph, by sottin? fire to the bed upon which he lying-, and the prisoner will be held to await ths action of the (fraud jury. It is (fen- erally believed that Morrlssey is insane and will ultimately sentto an asylum. Tork of findowror. BCKFAI.O, N. Y., Oct. State convention of the Society of Christian Endeavor convened in the Central Pres- byterian church yesterday, about Selegates beinff in attendance. T'resi- dr-nt Henry 11. Stebbins, of Rochester, made the opening address. The State Secre tary re ported mem bors added to the society during the past year. Fire Men I'.town to A MTT.AS. Tenn., Oct. telegram froni McXairy County glres particulars of a accident there Monday in which fivf mon were killed. The boiU-r of an engine exploded and John White's head was blown from his shoulders and huriod fifty yards away. The body of the owner of the mill, IL K. Tr-jmbuil. was torn into shreds. Collision Jollet, 111., Patnl to Two Men arid llrtdly Three ,_ JOLIET, 111., Oct. 32. A collision oc- curred yesterday on the Elgin, .Toilet A Eastern outer belt line, just west of the trestle bridge, between an eastbound freight and a westbound gravel train, causing the death of Thomas Lawer, as- sistant foreman, and injuring four other men. David Davis was badly injured and will die. Thomas Davis bad a sboul dor broken and W. Welker was badly bruised. Joseph Bolasnik's logs were broken. Tho engineers and firemen o both trains jumped in time to save their lives. The collision was caused by misunderstanding of orders. Council of UalUid Friends. BUFFAT.O, N. Y., Oct. Tho Im- perial Council of tho order of the Uni- ted Friends met in this city Tuesday fur a throe days' convention. J. IJ. Bray ton. Imperial Councillor, read his an nual report. It showed a large gain in membership. Imperial Recorder btieec presented his report, showing that then were over members in the order Trc-nsurur Lamprey reported that 500 Lad boon out on death claim during the past year, and that S20.50C wore paid out in claims for disability. Council. Oct 22. Tbe first rogu lar session of the missionary council o the Episcopal church of America wa held in Trinity church. The council i composed of a majority of tho bishop and 'also many ol ite most eminent di Tinfts, theologians and laymen. Re? Joseph N. Blanchard, of Philadelphia, preached the opening sermon. Bisho Clark presided at the business meeting The first session was occupied in read ing the reports of the mission boards. K. T., Oct. 2Z. Egan. of Utics, had bis legs badly Salt larolvlnff Dec! Prrrsnc Ron, Oct Am oil in- rolving 8350, 000 WM decided yesterday at Morgantown, Va., In faror of th plaintiffs, C. J. Garvey Co., vs E. M HukilL The defendant bad forfeited i lease of 3SO acres in the Mount Morri oil field, wfcich the owner leased to Gat vey Co. Tho latter pot down serora which pro-red good, and then Ilukill brought suit to regain of tfco leaso. Tbe properly Is ralsied by nlaintifl at the amount named. liqaor dealers were arrestM ia ibis j crushed aad was terribly injured about county yesterday sad'-r the ioral optloa j the head yesterday. tried to board law wbfcb the Sapresje Corirt recently j a Beit Line train slipped under tbe decided constitotioaal. This 5s the only wheels. He will -dry- ooaatj ia and the re- m sieving apaoaraace and appealed to be wita rtwt hlnj County. O.. Oct McKin ley and a party of nearly 300 arrired i here Tuesday afternoon troaa Canton. Folly 2.000 people were present when Mr. 'JcKialey stepped tbe platform After referring to tbe tariff bill, b quoted from tbe national platform laid down ia and claimed tiat ti Republican party UM kept the prooiiMf made before election. YORK. Oct i botb tbe Adams and United f Oct. W white who arrcvted Moa- exprew jcsierfay denied :a j ayfht In tbe CblMM aaarter for co- tbat there teat there witb irete aay tratk that la tne Tombt oMtt tbe tiMB root to a j ajontbt" _m _ LATEST KWS ITEMS. Fruu all Parti EiM-th. WEDXKSDAY, The population of South as r.n- Bounced by the Census Ofi5ei> an increase since 1SJO of Seven original packatre have opened at Yankton, S. D., on tho strength of tho recent Kansas decision. Russian advices are to tho effect that the cholera has extended from Persia to Bagdad, and ia destroying many At Carnden, N. J., the grand jury h.is found a true bill against tho Lingo for the murder of MM. Milk-r, near Merchantville. N. .1. At Birmingham, Ala., tho State fair bepan the other day with a protoisiny outlook. Tbe machinery was started by Mrs. Cleveland, who pressed a button at Lenux. Mass. At Harvard, 111., Charles Armstrong-, who embezzled from his frionds, has boon arrested for fraudulently issu- injr mortgaares and sent to jail, being unablo to secure bail. The result of the Boloriiin municipal elections is regarded as highly favor- able to tho cause of universal audidatos advocating- that principle laving in most instances beou BUCOOSS- uL At Heading, Ta., the eastern synod of he Reformed church in tho United tatc'S has adjourned. It WAS duciucd to told the next annual mooting in llnrris- urg on tho third Wednesday of Octo- ber, 1SU1. Hon. David Sheehan, M. P. for the northern division of Gal way and ouo of he defendants in tho conspiracy case now in progress at Tipperary, has boon entoncpd to one week's imprisonment or coutoiupt of court. A sensational trial is, ia progress in Warsaw, threo prominent silk mor- :hants being accu ed of swindling va- out of sums agjjrosrat- ng a million marks. There are 2U witnesses to bo oxanoined. St. Petersburg advices aro to tho of- ect that as tho train which carried the ?zar to St. Pctorsburgon his return from his Polish hunting trip was passing irodno, a shot was flrod' from the rail- road station at the imperial train. Tho feeling of alarm which was aroused among British muuiifauturors by the passage of the McKinley bill Is abating lu many quarters and a reaction of hopefulness has set in. is espe- cially notable among makers of high goods of various descriptions. Tbe Department of State has boon offi- cially, notified that too industrial exhi- bition will be held at Lyons, Franco, in the year 1S92, in which the dopa tmonts of silk' and oloctriciiy will be open to exhibitors from nations. A cordial invitation is extended to American ex- hibitors. A dispatch from Zanzibar says that tho Sultan of Vitu, alarmed by tho joint British and German military demonstra- tions, has offered to send to Zanzibar tho heads of all thoso who wore con- cerned in the murder of German traders, and ho has the murderers now iu cages awaiting their fate. An American named Wright and two women named Condy and Irvin, were arraigned in a police court in London recently on a charge of robbing a Jew- eler of a diamond brooch valued at 5350. It is believed that tbo prisoners aro Implicated in other jewelry robber- ies. They were remanded for trial. Henry Uilhnan, United Sutes Consul at Jerusalem, bus informed the StaW- Department that three locomotives of American ruake have arrived ut Jaffa for the Jerusalem Jaffa railway. "It is interest to our citizens and the on- tiro world." says Mr. (.rillraan, "toknow that the first locomotive ever used in this ancient land was made iu tho United States." _______ inar ArUlUuiM The llo-.isft ol" Conies to Its Souses And DiHclninw Atiy intention of Snub- bine: GoviTisor Who Then Gives Ont His Ilill Abc I'uhl'c 1m; r.s CO1 UMIHTS. beldn -'cd port the orlsiua' 'ji 1 ijr.-.vi Hn-: hl'oliliun of t'a; t'Joanl uf P.i' provcmcuts aiul ot t'acir s- Novf nibcr. ov U> vote 'nr tuir.-n l> 0 '.1 to appointed bv ilii.- uuivor. oliuitiiir.iny the ftittuso mi nuLiv'.iii; tlu- o-. ra-.i- The the U f --oae It n. Hy, n-vj TUe THE MARKETS. Flour. Grwljj iind rrovlslon. YOHK. uct. nt-1 pci cent., the lowest rate: highest fl. Exchange clo-teil utencly. Posted ratos act-.inl nitus for sixty anil tor Government bonilH closed stoady. Currency 6s at 113; coupon, at -liSsdoat Oct. male at tt.OO if'.-VJ. MiuDUbOta patent at Minn'-HOtn spring at t red No. 3 red at OTc. mixyil No. 'A atsxc 8 mixed at 47c. No. 2 white at 49c No. 1 wnite at .We. creamery at 23c, dairy at IHc N'.-vr York at lOc, Ohio uttte. fresh at Ittc. Hulk at 7Se per bushel. YORK. Oct. Ijut nrm. at IS etty mill extras ntCJ.50i.rW. ntperfloe UC No. 8 red at JUO cash, De- cember at IOH. t mUed at 60c casti. and December at Olc. 8 mixed at November at December at 50V4C. at Ill.ifiJllCO. fancy th i i-'.vne.i bv i- aullior zinc Plymouth. In coiin.io-, ui 111 K of Mr. M bt'l uiithorizlnK Cb'llirotiic to a vote or tti.' olooldi-s n prop.iSit'on C'.'T lo iv'.a.ii tin- U. i.' lilt-u Hi -r-M.uLKI m Bii'.iU'y of .'u- 0'. I to pass ll'.o S'-.inlp liil'i "o viiO'iiti ;n boti 'S for Hio oC ti.0 riitlro.id wasdi'ti'biui.l. Mr. Si'hi'li r i> Tuvrf thut the psuwiiRO f tho bill wou'V :n> his couiity. Mn.iv ebops ur.- tluil It inouL't ihi-ir roiuuval nut of no huudro-.l wUu owned own voio wus ii'li.'i'N'.'arils ri'vor.oi !ci-.-! .I'll f T: 'd to Mr. Wiiuijcr. a of ona, with lenve to rojiorl ui.y fiuc. TUo followliiK resolution o'.'oix'd by Dili. orFair- lioUl. wns udiiptcid: T'.m: tbo Cfor- enmr IB li-nvliy m.wt losp-n inilly to submit to liis wi .'iu; t'liu the nivrici't, failure Ui rci-c.vi' i- M .s yea- not UK- action o' this House, uor ita evntlitiouts." WBK.-TV yorm-s, I 'ill :iuil LivjilQ were npiiotatcd 11 tn I 'inn tho Gov- ernor of tho aoiiou o( tho I, T.io 0 vorailr responded by in folln-vl'iR message: To the tV'nrml Asscuibly: You were monoA hero to iiurlorm u plum aiiJ Unii'jrnttva duty. Aflor u sixoiiil sooolun of sovurul hnrlog been unable to ngrte upon the form of relist for tho city of ijlurinnaii, some furtUer ury lu ortlur H ia rco- ouimedde'l, that In nf Hourd ot Publlr a ncr.-purtisiin board created, to bu n.u mayor, who, as the executive ni-ad of tii'j eity povernmont, ODirht Ic be roitonsiolp for Its boards: and, hiivhitlilmwlf beiTi eiooictl by the pi-oplo of thnt city, such would be m con- form; ly to tuu doc-nne of rule." you aseembled, H IIH-, bti'Jn cloui'y dom- onstrateJl thnt. n.i pisnsor uxjiensn been spared to bfiiui a here l-o mis- lead nnd imimldatc you tbu uity ot CiiuunmU would bo ioui.'! :ur iltat i oilier thun those hnv'ni; ri r.vi itjttir- est in Bftid bom-d. Tliia' [in.vss how low the b'uird liwclf falic-n In Hon. Let the biiuM'ul r.r-rb 'ir.prawho are HcuRllog In tbo dirt b-jii.ru yi u. UoSug for petty gum. ever oo.teU. Uo- mumb-r the gt-.'jt o> Ohio, who "Innd auaied tbe nei-ia's oiuicted lu-.t week h-vo mid v.-iil; thRtno- torious lobbyists sal of tlcm. openly dlructlDg the votes mid speeches of members, anO wno urc fuut lo iruiut; to 'Kiiylso tliose who obetruct honest gov'.-rnmeut atul Uomerole. The plain duty you Is to permit uo viation from, the path OIK. I.nt DO specious Mihuttdiiienta be permitted. Do not kwtjrvo a hair's br..-nMth frmn your pur- pose i e out tuo bo.iril. and ualiy uiit tiie -whole to tho From this! tiroe on imy uud all propusitious oilier than this :'.re moaut for purtlsikn advantage uulv. TbereU uo middle frroun.l longer a of to refuKe of tho btl is confess on of inllilullr-.'. JAMKH K. The mestiage wits ro tried to the Judiciary Committe? w.th the that they roport nt four p. m., to whice hour :i. reee.is v, UM tiikun. The caucus of Democratic RcproscutatlvAS to pass tlie counpromisc bul lu a i.iovu- tied form, after .n 3'js''ion frnm two untd four o'clock. It will (rtve tho flovunior power to rorjKive for causa, but will .ol bt and iiiuuli of tlio arbltfiry power nf the first Dill will be cltmluiitecl, and meiubor-- in' board lo bo elgoted in April, innii'jill-its'.y uiwn reiif sembllnK the postpoued f urth.T coiiKltlerotloo of tLe peudlng bill. lieliiK Vie authorizing the Sinking Fuyd to appoint the board, whleh was a prnci for tiiut hour, and then adjoura-jd uutil mcrro'v uftcruoon. th's Senate mot tho GovornnrV .ipcclu rnfisuagu wad reiid. Mr. Sut-tuii mov.-cl ty refer u lo tl.e Judiciary Ou Mr. llrown icud a speech In w.itch he scored the f Jovornor for course in this miitt'-r a.l- the appointment of ao uuui- ir.it'ee and nn luiniL-dsatn Mr. ancwurud him. defennuiK th 'Jovi-rn- or. This motion of Mr. Button can-led. Air. Cor- coran Introduced a bill to urnr-nd tit'; Urvinod Stittiitr1" so us to TTinU" only tlu; lir'.bf-Kivci guilty if brib-jry under the laws, the citijout bo- Giv to make coavtctlou of on bury p.mailile. The tliuu passe-.i tbo in an fmendcd form. It provides !ur tin- jil'ollsV roent of ih'j preoi-ni board of J'uiilic uientK of Cincinnati and the aiipointi'i-'-at of ft DOD board by tbe mayor, which shaij Berve until neit April. Al the April ft new board Is t be elected by tiio jwioplt- two to serve two years and two tn si-rvi> orzo year. .X motion to recotulOer '.vim v> t'tC p.'. the measure, far as fi S-jnat-j .b '-'I. IB flaal. Wcstcra atZic. CHJCAOO, Oct. Dccczsbcr at October at at OATS October a' December at October allKilO. r at December at Oct. Marke o! cash tLOJ. Dc-ccx V.r s.1 tl.W. Wolet. FSrza. Sales o' cash it 4Tc. U CHICAGO. Oct. to and feeders HoflV- SWOT? r lDg steern as5 Death. O., Oct. for a the field ignited u tor T ttngaish tbe G. R clotblcif woman rnabedfrora botM. i in before Beery at Poor cbolM at .m, iMDbSM 10. _ Oct. ttrt Imft- JUTO Top stesty; etm- sbade GUVEUNOK HILL. IN' Tflsr nt on I'oJltirji) (JufKt ot r. CASTON, O.. Oct. Hill arrived hfre V.T.< driroti to tho residence of Prosecutor VV'elty, where a n.'oeptlon in his honor. The mooting was fur eigbl o'clock and the hall was filled to utmost ca- pacity. Mr. acted as chuirman and lutrcxluced Governor ilill as ouo of tbo niout distinguished men in tho coun- try and tbo futnre President. In ilia ad- dreM Governor Hill profaned his ro- marks by dwelling on the elections bill; the admission of the new States and called tho Mclvinloy bill an infamous tariff bill, the sum of all villainies At tlosH! of bis speech. Governor Hill and ex-Lieutenant Governor War- wick were pro.sontod to every or.o '.vho wished to shake bands. Candidate War- wick occupied a prominent position on the stajr? and aftor Gov-.-rnor Hill 3n- h't loudly called f did not respond. Governor Iliil to 'Wooster to-day and thence to MMlors- bsrg Tb-jrsday, and Fr'lay. 4 tVltft Oct. (Jcorz-o W. I.iab- awa, acditcr of tbe Cincinnati. Hamil- ton A Dayton railroad, swore a war- rant yesterday af tcrnooa for arrest of James P. Slough. was a- afent for road and it is be to Sbort ia bis accounts 4ollan. He is said to in Crrr, Jn-i.. Tha ttftllioa Nvlsoa trotted a mile terday hi ftlty. lowering rrcord balf a A srcwil tbe Taf- wwv. Hftt. 'I I I i 1 I I i'H rl A a   

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