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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1890, Salem, Ohio THE SALEM DAILY VOL-II, NO. 258. .KN. OHIO. FKIRAY, OCTOBER 31. 1890. SILVER A CKIS1S KKACHED. 1 Service of Sons in Honor of Arcfr bishop Feekivu. five Thnu-'Riicl CIiiMivn Greet Chi- caexs Venerable Prelate at the An litoriuiu. iu.. tin an'l Closi iUi-ao Ceremonies Attend- Hours of Meinorubic CCT c-iil- a'unoiS every nation- in greeted Arch- i F-c-ban morning at to the celebration him of the U'" A Tta'il !nnd lll'At. ST. X. Girardin. a -..it where tbe I" for insuring without .'n: land author. fined the the cargo. Pond: tain was imprU-nv Girardin bi-okc aid overn ivd recrained 1 went to s-.-a. F., Oct. 5 noli si-b .vi .1. I iiiHt Pec-Ni'Ht by Tuloy, oi' Clucairo. QUITE A BIG STEAL. Out of Timber the Valued b a the Pool SeUui? Placed on a Witb Faro, Poker and Every Other Form of Gambling. ai! ar-.t .i. of 1 .--h-'--i.lT n Frrncli :ho ;b'> crow. i-ii of his on of the li'C chair sat tbe On t b i a p. J r j-.i-.snd bin the- vi-itinjr Tnfl programme bi.-.iu with the and made of The govornm-.-nt cruiser Fiona has gone i to Codroy witb Jud-.'S! rivA'se a posse of police and wi'.i i-iing pris- oners here. This will force tbe New- foundland French diCicuity to an issue. IN PA YOU PUOJECT. olmneiul N ttt Conni.t'C Lake Erie :iml the Ohio Klvor no ISuilt. Oct. The Canal Com- mission will rocoinm-'iid that the Pitts- burgh A Lak-e-Ki-U-i-an-.-.l built. Tho commission ha-s drci''.ed upon Ivailding a retaining wall in the Ohio river and of jubilee AKC'.IUISHOI- FEICIIAN. i thug carryins lhe can_l to Davis Island bymns by the assembled children. A number of addresses from the different schools oresented to the Arch- lishup and -'Columbia." tbe next fea- ture, was sung by everybody to an orgau and orchestra accompaniment. At the bbffinning of thechorus of each verse every child in the building stood on tiptoe and waved the of which they sung. The effect was beautiful, witb its min-ling of the gleaming na- tional colors with the more subdued colors of the banners and costumes of the various societies. The remaining numbers of the pro- gramme were interesting and well ren- dered. Archbishop Feeban then deliv- ered the jubilee benediction. In bis re- marks he said that of all tbe beautiful exhibitions he had ever this, the children's portion of tho celebration, was tbe loveliest he had ever witnessed. With a groat and demonstrative gath- ering at the Auditorium last night the elaborate programme of celebrating Archbishop Feeban's twenty-fifth anni- versary of his ascendancy to the arch- episcopate came to a close. Addresses to tho Archbishop tendering sincere, heartfelt and affectionate congratula- tions on his silver jubilee were deliv- ered in three languages, Irish, German and English. FOUK MANGLED VICTIMS Of a Hollo- Explosion In u Rolling Severwl -Workmen Ar.TooKA, Pa., Oct. serious ex- plosion occurred at tbe rolling mills the Portage Iron Company, located at seven miles south of Al- toona. Shortly after o'clock last evening one of the three large boilers in the ten-inch mill erploded from an unknown cause and the reports could be plainly heard for miles around. Those fatally injured are: James Weaver, aged twenty-eight. badly BCtalded, skull fractured and cut about face; Samuel Flick, fireman, forty-eight years, scalded about face and body; William Miller, aged thirty years, badly scalded; Theodore Orth, puddler, scalded and horribly burned. Several others, whose names are unknown, were slightly scalded. Chloroformed P.LTFA-LO. N. Y., Oct afternoon, George Lamraerts. clerk in the Suspension Bridge post-office. to the safe to get a supply of stamps for tbr; trayar. thfi stamp window. He was aione in the office and while getting tbo stamps be was seized from behind by an unknown party and a cloth saturated with chloroform was thrown about his lie-ad and be was thrown on the floor, where hn was found later. The money order tray is missing, but what the loss 15 can not as yet be ascertained. A So of Natural O.. Oct. There is a rroat scarcity of natural gas here. The Matoning Gas Fuel Company are be- on all sides for gas. but tbe; re- fine to connect, a'1 say they are not to give those who are using it now ill the gas they need. The company are lest tho gas plays entirely out. have leased sovi-rai acres of land ir. SprinjSsld and have a big Jang of mon drilling for a new supply. One Dny. Died Oct. 31. Houyh-srout Howe, of Xew York, whose marriaco to -''135 Mary Buttcrwortb. the daughterof Renjamin Kuttflfwortb. of Ohio, took place at his bedside Wed- died in his room at the Metro- Club yesterday afternoon. Sniritl'd hr Inhalinc Nnir dead body -j- A_ Hilt, agei sixty y.-ars. .'oun.J :n :.js room at Myers" Hotel riiyn. afternoon. Hilt suicide arubr.jr a'.taobei a. letter V; creir.aV d o- dam. Tbe cost for a wr.ll is esti- mated at about It will not in- terfere with tho of tho Pittsburgh, Ft Wayne Chicago railroad and will be sufficiently wide to allow the passage of two boats. There evil's a canal be- tween leaver and Lake- F.-ie. Over it' can bo transported iron or--, coal, brass copper, etc. Tbo cunaU however, proved j a failure because when the ores were n taken to Heaver it necessary to re- load them on the cars to carry them to Pittsburgh. FOliG till IKS. Kilate ARp KMCO Not Grunt, il SjM-ciftl Heavy 15'i.vv ?v.irts. CiiJf'iCD, Oct. Tuley gave his d'li-ion in the pool room cases and lid win Corricran was de- fi-.-Ui.-d. the city ordinance declared ille- gal, and the pool room men absolved from raying their fines, which aggregate nearly SO.OOO. "The legislation is un- constitutional, vicious and said Judge Tulev when ho summed up tbe reasons for deciding as he did, "and it is a blow at tho principles which un- derlie tbo republic.'' The decision is a most important one. It nmans that Ed- win Corrigan can not sell pools on tho race track hereafter and it does away witb the city ordinance in regard to pool selling. It places pool selling every- where and under any circustances upon an equal with faro, poker or gambling of any form, and makes the man who sells pools as liable to punishment as the man who runs a gambling house. Nearly 100 pool sellers had been ar- rested on an ordinance that claimed a race track association bad a right to sell pools, but a pool room had no such right The city of Chicago has no right by ordinance to regulate (rambling, but to suppress it A proviso was passed which gave a right to sell pools to fair and racing associations upon the grounds of such organizations during tho time of fairs or race meetings, and was in this unoijual in iu operations. Tho ordinance was void. Judge Tuley held, because it was opposed to tbo pro- visions of the constitution of tho State -A daring of Illinois, and the proviso could not bo remainder of 'I BUT Arrext of n Kunl Who Out i.f GA.T.VKSTON, TVx.. Oct and successful swindling scheme baa rejected as void and the just been uutariued, the extent of which the ordinance stand, can only bo ascertained by curoful com- parison of all tbe v-ndor lien notoa given on Galvcston property ani a. vcri fication of the attached. James D. Ilowcib, a your.g real esi.-a.ta ag-ent of this city, was arrested Wednes- day on warrants chanii.ig him wit.i negotiating notos with fot-godsignattii-es of prominent business men of Galvostnn. It is said that the amounts of tho differ- ent notes will aggregate nearly A WTc, Threo Chlliln-n nnd to Mourn nil V [iMcaiii I E.u- CI.A-.KK. Wis., Oct. Tno Wis- j of I'ublk'Lmdsgsvo notice of 1 railroad indemnity lauds j lying in this section. This caused many forth to look up lands; with a vie v pu: raa-Ung, only to lind j that all ".e-inuy havo bejn i stripped of It is said the wroncr- doors are tlu- St. Paul. Minne- apolis A: u .i.-.ha n.ulr.iai Company aud uisnv I e '.vv lumber mon. It is ;eA t'-.at tbe company made lociii-u-. of indemnity lands which it vas well known would never be ap- jrov'-'d 5 jld tbo lands and pine tim- ier to tbo lumberiiii-n, who promptly trinpol it otT and manufactured it into umber. New the cor.'.i.uny, when tho ands are finally patented to tho State, rive up all pretense to title, but tho imber is gone and lands which were vorth to S75 an acre are not vorth p.iyini.' tuxos on. It is claimed be value- o' rim'.'vrcut from these lands s ubout CAN ix F >uu to th of R. O. the Mirlilfr-in Kins. GU.VXP RAPIPS, Mich.. Oat. G. ?eters" creditors held a conference hero Thursday to discuss tbe situation. There were about thirty present from Chicago, Milwaukee. Buffalo and Michi- tran points, reprosentiij over tbroa- lourths of the indebtedness. A. AL [lonry, of Detroit, th-i assignee, made an itemized rep >rt of Peters' jiving the at and lia- bilities at Mr. Peters, who was present, declared that if given a chance ho could make tho assets worth and if allowed four years he could wipe out every cent of tho in- debtedness. Several of tho heaviest creditors manifested a willingness to give him n reasonable length of time to realize on the assets to the best advau- tago. An advisory committee was chosen who will make a careful esti- mate of tho assets and assist in tho man- agement of the property. The croditort will meet aqrain when the committee is ready to report. POLITICS. A of ur.il AOV.vNCi" Epitome of J'tvont Hap in Glhi.-r Towns. To the Vo-v I'i Clt.v Froui on J'.-itt'o. KANSAS CITY. Oct were received here yesterday from agents on tbe Mexican border that the rumors regarding the import duty of a cur fur cattle, bj the Mexican government, were wnl? founded and that in addition to this duty the grain which it has been tbe custom to ship in with the cattle was also taxed thirty cents a bushel. action has almost paralyzod tbe trade of certain portions of Kansas and will do great injury to Kansas City, ad this city has been doing a large busi- ness with Mexico. of Oct. f.l. 1'resident Louis CfonH-lia. of tbo O.u-innaii Hoard of Improvements. Yesterday tiled a ps thion in the Siipivmi' Court to re- strain the members of the new Hoard of City Affairs, appointed by Mayor Mos- by. from entering upon their duties. The proceeding is by consent and a de- cision is sought on tbo constitutionality of tbe law parsed last week. Tno suit of Ucemelin and othors vs. John 15. Mosby came before the Supreme Court Thursday morning on a motion for leave to file a petition in error to tho Superior Court of Cincinnati. John V. Foliott and Jiul_v 1'eck appeared for the plaintiffs and City Solicitor llorst- 111 an and Drausin represented the mayor. Each consumed thirty minutos in argument and tbe court took the case under advisement without giv- ing any intimation as to when a decis- ion mitrht oxpocfid. Nothing now was developed in the arguments. CAMPiiKLL'S UKPLY of the I'hilad pauy at their m.-'-r. to increase consumers tiftv will go into i'.V present rate i-; ;i' feet, with c -M nient. Tin- i-.K-n> i- make, tbe r.u feet with iiv air lj.l-4 O' f.T e co-its 'iMits oil lor s.1 ment, or fifto eoi'.t- Tho outlook the furnai'i's and v able tbi- "ivi'i. same .iru i'ti.i. sinners, and that they atf.-rd to do. Tl-.-re that the uctio.i of puny in shutti-i r oil puddling furnao -S w-j that they can not at to make goud. is i'ii'.ia ie tin; sdu-1 to a a member of your lub. JAMKS E. Orowmir n-l.fl Hint "ihc l It Out., Oct. ex- over tbe Iftiur from .1 Mirh., signed CoioiUil" fu- tilities. U.-fore it was t.bunjrht, it was writton by Uirchall lam-cU. out of jail and mailed over lilo boi'dor. but several exports havo cxuniuodtho lom-r and .say that tbo ban.; filing is not at all liko I'.irohali's. Cam- eron aud turnkey F'orb.'vs say omphati- cally that such a letter could not luave rbo jail without th ir will bo taken to ascertain who tbo in- dividual in Jackson who wrote the let- ter is, and samulesof aandwriting of the prisoners in J.icksou Stat-i prison will bo obtained, if possible, as it id sus- pected that tho writer umy now bo do- ing time there. A Sl'itllvB? tllroiiil .Men tion upon Madatno his mis- to Ttf ith. X. Y., Oct. James Wall, clerk in the surrogate's office. bad R aoro on the bottom of his foot frOm which gangrene set in. This Tbe lady in the case is a rroole i a surgical operation and he and is tbe wife of a French nava; I ukoa V> tbe City Hospital, where tbe daughtcr-ia-iaw of Adn.ira] thc Sire hizn an anesthetic. He __ ____ _ A Market >hot fire _ i ii-1 not rally from the effects of tbe kato flourin? mills hsro by tbfir Chicago is to >5cKini'-- FOICAKBIl Mix" Meeting !ii Cincinnati the 1'ollticitl Ouontionn of the Hour. CINCINNATI, Oct. Sher- man and OT-Governor Forakor addressed a Republican mass mooting at Music Hall last night Tho Senator spoke at length on tbe McKinley tariff bill, touching upon tbe third party, the Sil- ver bill and pension appropriations. He bold that soldiers should receive pen- sions according to tho Inngtb of service and tho extent of their disabilities. Tho speaker claimed that silver and farm products would rise in value as a result of the Silver bill and that tho Molvinloy measure would accomplish all that it promised to do. Kx-fJovernor Foraker followed and confined his remarks to Ktate politics and Cincinnati municipal alfairs._______________ I nil llooiiieil. KANSAS CITY. and grain growers report that tho Hessian fly has made an attack on early sown wheat, and the indications are that, Sep- tember wheat is ol most damage come Ottawa County. Kan., Fayotte. Casi and Jack-on tios. Mo. It is beiievt-d. though, tiiat the damage is general an i iii.it ail tho (all wheat will be A HlHce. CiNfiN.NATi, Oct. was discov- ered in Tfttenborri's five and ten cent itore at 114 West Fifth street early Thursday morning, but too late to stay tbe damage to the cont'-ntsof the buiid- injr. Tbe loss will roach insur- ance unknown. lo tho Larch. O.. Ost Judge Thomas Cochran, who was ar- rc-stc'd several days ago at Wheeling. W for tbo misuse tbemailH and who furnished bond of has skipped to Canada and left his bondsmen V) pay Trijr to tnatmni. I'.-e'-Merst, hy Attorney Genera! OIL C. ol books of Fred C MeinL o' Stoidard Coaaty. >4o.. j eabettiiTir of Moeiler oa ;be o: and over i o-rer i tiat tbe rrf..-.- Bros.. the faci that sborv yesterday by Slates Coy.tsiMi Crawford for trial in Court ia bonds of KM. Oct. --'4ft tO Tiib of rafled for 0_._ i Post- vtopMA entire tioa froa> tbe District more formidable stilt Oct about tltirty-MTta of doin list Kpiscopal church in this ;ity J'ishoi) Bowman pro- si'-ed. Four of the ab- jf nt, but somo of tbcs" will in 'nrWTi before r.-h'-n 'h-5 :oanri' -win adjourn. S it- ments will be made at this mf-tinz ibey be announced at a next Monday night AI.I.IAN--K. O.. Oct. oa by l. Engineer O.. berr; Ta min? instantly aiotber of rr.n O- Oct. public schools ot tb city cioacd by board of health of prevalence of wbicb. it feared, Tntln train the asispiaced switch crashed through panic r..r. I in and railroad com pan v> rf' The hnc svock Port YOP.K, tbit esterday in sinkin- When 200 out Iv aleak. wii. p'acai i M fl i ;i i r t ill 1 1 1 H i_ '.i!
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