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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1890, Salem, Ohio THE SALEM DAILY NEW f VOL- IT. NO. 261. xLEM. OHIO, FRIOAY. NOVEMBER 7. 1800. TIMTTIIHI WVR lli.il ilLLiL nntu piiira: from Latent St York, 1'oliti- PI OF m LIFE OR DEATH? i- ur. IK H-'r-il to the KMIU Now tliS Inii'-ort ,tit Mootina: of a in at Pliikulolp'.iia. Farmers' Alliance Carries the Day ir So'jth D.V-.ola nnd Elects the Governor rrJ Legis iu .'Ttiaiiiij anil AVi'-t N.ifo K.iiley IK-r-iit. Tl. IT. II i'..r.n. Xov Legislature tar.ds -Donate, RepuVr.eaiis S O-mo- House, Republicans I'M, Pemo- witli one district to hear from ican majority joint ba lot, IV'-nocrats ole'-t three out of The '''ire ".e i ic ui iVL'-nor. Mo-ris. Pc'iioc-.it. can only have a popu- 1 ir t'.-" Prohibition vote is Tho proposed rtj'-cuon of Proh'bi'iop. votes is based on the fact tint the t.i ket co-itain.-d the word "for" hf'oro the word "r-ior Tho tickets, were printed according to a furnished by the Secretary of State. cr.i> ih 10. C'V. ''s A i aas n i ,1- 1 i r. '..'tare w i.l j d'-lca: -i i -i C..M 7 ile t'..- i in the S o i i This gress-U'n !rn claim the Li-_ri-. -t N'.iiKA-K V. LlN'l X i. 7 of indicate tho o! n i 4n Knt'r.. k of I'.uit i.n_- by ''roo arly oil and a ironoral alarm tho throe associations ea Tbi firo w-'.s M.-IU in. The firo tug the tirst to and soon had an otloctive stream In upon the but it was .ip- >iil! work, as the by of Powv-s. Far-v.- sulf sourhwost win had made rapid a Tho marine tower was all it, was so high that the s could not re.u'.i :.u When He had enough i We.ilt'iv C'.ittU'in i i Isl V i'i ii. M. Creovor. th" shot and fat.-.P.y "At ternoon by t-ii -s ist from San Fr. s-.b-iu his h b Andrews for -on.e to his room aft- a day Clifford Groover inside. A u. i.it by i-i .1 r. Xo-.. 7. -Ha-, id 11. i Tiuirsdiv af- Xov. 7 -Cioneral Palmer last eioning roeoMod a telegram from. Carthage saving that El.vards and Myers, two Democrats, aro s'jown by the oilicial count to have bo.on elected to tho Legislature. General Palmer, on reading tins dispatch, said. "Tnis makes 103 Democrats on joint ballot, a uiajoruy of one The 10.5. the General aild sl'f huu explained, included tho F. M. B. A. Aoutul Ucl men. ail three of whom, bo claimed. i an I .t p-osi-nt a i' i if ml and at the Hotel t- In returning .1 th" 1 icki-d aiul Aftor Clifford had ef- --.-lit. con- to do aw ly uith tho thro i streams couUt not re.iiii ".i- m- i pj.oi hav only two clubs for oach I arrived the fire had spro.i I t _ u jji, Ollt, for the entire building peuotrato.t i lt< proximity to Xew York To do this evvry section of tho duck side and en- j ;t js necessary for tho Players' compassed the whole ivuf Tuo build- people to oonsoiulato with tho others aud tho firemon turno I so intact two their attention to saving tho adjoining j tpuc backers or capitalists hv.-o talke I property The Wilkinson elevator was tne lnatr.nr over, and although thov havo separated from the Wells by a small j not any dofinito plan of ac- alley and in trroat danger. It wa on fire several time-, but th" concon- iti..n room, through a window. :iio door and ran doun tho bal'.v.ay fu'iowcd in ti.ii >ulDcipnt. ro ib-alh In an anto-i'-.o-tt- r i' -i i nt Cin-evLT were pledged to his support for United States Senator. DETROIT, Xov. whole Demo-' cratic State ticket is boheved to bo elected by from to l.'j.uOO plurality. I Tho Democrats havo also a m vjority in the Legislature bv about three. Tho First, Second. Fifth, Sixth. Eighth and Tenth Congressional dis- tricts have gone Democratic and tho Third. Fourth, Xinth and Eleventh lie- publican. The vote in tho iCigirh is cbise and may require the oilicial says the woman room. He wont appeared to bold up tils l.au 1 started for th him. is ,i Tevas a- Cii'.Tori 'n tiif- Knmvii Kt-pti'ili i A. Shor.dan. th' courii. b.it present roturns it to the an inter', icn, "De-iiocrats by about eighty votes. KAXS TOITKV. Xov. re- oeiu-d Kansas do nut change tho s.luAtiou m icc-rially as annotinco 1 lie-o- toforo. Thoonlv i'" 11 1'at" ciianre i-, thr co-tain "U-eti v. of K o lion over Moonhgnt. Dem m tho First Con- district. Tnis uill make the Kansas (b legation sta.i.l U'p'lbho-in-j Farmers' Alliance 5. Tho State ticket is still in doubt, with cL inf es favoring t'hu Fanners' Alliance. Senator In-alls can not be re-elected. M'SilM.KY r.S IT P. O..Xov. 7. lack of telo-; tion a him a district bility. ''I think." u ''tSiat :f .v.lI l 0 his party and it t' e I-.--U n -ril Hiii 'i' i '.-.ondei f.il reco: 1 t.'.. into the husband him if-1 and shut o ranch ;'i about .CISLr.Y I'l >ii ,.f :k n in 11 maked 1 .'ill po-V.- i.-ril Sho-i- n j of ill roa 1 c.'y otu itrul- an I a-iytinng to h" liiig bis ler o. I '.pirn., on n o Go1. ;i .r Is tie ke.-p such a in fn ticket? "What will our b Ma or Kinley v% ill bo ele -t' d '-nor of Ohio in Ib'H by an "iiyiritv, a ml no- body else will be rhon -vst of for the first place an.1 so te ket will read: A ll.-r i) Shf KHU Hllll Hnr.lor tcr IV.th li nrtr o ix-r Tryinj; to h !'H Ha'iii1.- old. i MeK'.nlev and U.-jA. 'ilioro. you ;fre crapb facilities in holmes County pro- i ,_IT, wl, h r 1 attison and Hill, an J uood. rents an oxact ascertaining of tho vote in M -Kinlev's district, Countf gives Mclvinloy 700 majority and Mo- dina 1.4HO. ffivos Warwick oin majority and latest returns from Holmes I givo him l.oso M'-Kinloy concedes ick's election about 1TNNS.VT.VAM I'liir. r.ritlA, Xov. 7. Complete re- turns on 1! ,use of ijivo tho Uppubl'iCan3 12'' member.s. D imo- crats and [ndcpondcnt Uopubiicans Thr ins have a maju ity of 5'i on joint ballot. rOV. -Si- Xov The r that according to the r'- lurns and estimates from all the coun- ties in tae h-t.it" rocc ived by that paper Uf-ti for has a el ir-Jitr -f 0') i. and uiynjua. for cap-.Til. 17 rnajoritv. T.uriy-oue K. bhcan a-c elected and Jjarniirecht, rooid.r.g ,.l ton stri-et. her daughter M ii-v, 3.... oH, Thursday morninj f-.ti .e threat with a razor, and a'.t. r.ij-'.ej lo cominii. siucide by intting her own throat Mrs. Lamprr-cnt also afe uiited to kill her six-montiis-olil liil.y. but she only ]n v.u ii.r; child slightly tin- throat. Tuo and sim-id'; was re- to tee hospital. wV-rn hf r condi- tratod efforts of the firemen prevented tae tlamcs from makini; any headway Meanwhile the lire in tho was burning fiercely, sheets of flamo leaped from tho structure, Hjrhtinsj1 the vicinity for blocks around. Opposite the elevator, on Ohio street, stood a number of buildings used for saloons, cheap boarding houses and tenements. Those structures wnro in danger and the firemen were to doluce then with water to koep thorn from up. The shipping in the rivor u as also in proat danger, but wore pulled .iwav to places of safety before tho I'.ro h.i.l communicated to them. was I-OV---IM with con u-ja tod iron, ;ui'l this metal in tho fierce fire pooled in hiiLjo slu ots and fell all around the fire- men. Thev had m-inv iruro.x escapes. A cloud of buniui'r 'jrain shot up into tho air anu soitlod ou tho houses on Th" north side of Ohio Tho firenio" t liii) -id 1'ioir attenf.na in this ilan- ff.ii ,i''d the j-jf-- iif thosfi Struc- lurt-s well u At three n clock tho iron sides of tho nlev.itor be-j in to trio A ilk 11 a fu-naco and hero ami there inside. Thru') cars drawn tho OHIO acks c-iuir'it tiro. li.it sUiwlv '1 IK- ronf of i in tho neighborhood was cov- 1 ered at dtiferfnt with ho! coals and oven the Mdf-walhs were hissing and sU-.iiniiifT. yri at flea! was to s-.irroindinsj property by th" im'iiei'.so of that it was necosbary to pour ontotnem to keen them from troinfftip in smoke The firo is said to have boon caused by an explo- sion Tho Wells elevator was owned hv tho estate of tho late Clnndler .1 The total loss is JV.in.CMO, of w'.iu-h 000 is on building a-ul tho remainder on contents svru. Col Xov. 7. Fire started in the n ar of M. I. Todd's luuib'-r yard at eleven o'clock Thursday mirht and not- i- hi tan '.ing- the efforts of tho (ire de- partment, which v. as promptly on hand, tau flames had .spre.nl nearly all over the yard before the water could bo turned on. The llam'js ouu-kly p.isso.l to the St. Elmo Hotel. licpior btore and O'Loary's drtiLf st wluln a number of small IDS; an-oss th" 'ill'-i wore ifuon up lo t'.i'.- tl.i'i'os. m.idfi every endep.ror to k'-fi the flaws from lu-nriinif ao-oss Lara-ni" stj-et t. where tion. '.t is they will opooiO tho ai-.-augemont that ailed last sum- in or. In this situation the members of tho Playo-s' League naturally want to know what chance thev havo of getting into the swim, or of o-gnnizing on tuoir own bohalf. It is understood that Captain John M. Ward, of the Brooklyn Players' League club, would take his men to ai- othnr city, or unite with Xow York. I5.it Hrooklyn would not bo needed, as with P.r.Ttlo there aro eight clubs in the Le.iguo. Tho meeting yesterday was to soo what can be done in tho mat- ter. Really, reduced to a plain propo- sition, it is vvhethor tho Plriyors' League is to live or die; or whether tho Nation- al shall ii up. Ti.o present movement was arranged by Moss'-s Prince and Hart, of tho Boston Placers' club, and the Wagner biotbors, of the Philadelphia Players' club, to- gether with other members of the F.'-othorhood. The plan most favored is tho adoption of a resolution calling on .s not yet o that it u ni be a.U i Deiuuc1 .its in tbi> n, HO..M- an i ato for P.c-sMes, tue in t..i pi i-suii of Mr. Carlisle, has had tho oi'.ice for ll.o last three I'on greases, and it is limo thai some other sei lion --houl.l the It IS U'.ired. should f all Males in the North, Xew York i.-. tlio one which it is the most I'.esirablo to save in To make any Xew Yorker Speaker of the House would contribute largely to this end- honor. That ctiori, be tin- Xoi tV and of UM3IKNT CHUHI- tin- tion was it d EW OKK. X X Lve ,71 Academy of Music. citv. last night, j a a-id crowd present. Colonol A. JC McCiuro pro- bUed at tho meeting ami Po-imastor John Field acted as tp-asiirer. Tne j Academy as with the national of America an i Ireland, and on si'l" of stage largo portraits of Gials'on" and Par- nel! w-r" hung. Ti.e Ir.sn-Americaii Ciul'S paraded in b ton n- hirbls and th' hotel to tne Acsd'-my. 1.1-iIIA, NO night do-troyd the P. Co-npany's b u '.'7; go sir' "t: i ing a a so ip factory, -i as a, s p. ".yivinia 1-11.UK' Iturnrrl. 7 Fire last foon- ._-. Xos lariro business blocks. Tho entire block n Xlnth an 1 Tenth and L.ir.r.i and Mri-I'et as ib's-mye! Ouf. i n u-.an v. is to ilea'h in tiif iiot'-l. It is n tlia', othcr man was caught in th" saTii" '.mld- ing and crcmatod. Ttnj loss %Mil be ovor TI.I Cal., Nov .1-1'.. s out hore about o'clock Thursday morning, and as the w v-as blowing aburrican" tho flam'-T wore soon beyond control. The fire was Siarted in the rear of Stoll's brewery bv a man who was se.on running av.ay from t'.e place soon after the Parries broke out. The b rev. cry and half a other buildings were soon burning. fought tbf; flames with great, de- termination and a firo company from gavo assistance, but trie oforn loading men. both plavors and c.ipila1- i--ts. of Xeiv York a.id other to tho fo-matiou .if a syndicate for the purchaso or of players of h" ICo.v York club and if tho P.r -i-iDiild co-i- sulor thii favorably to i-o'isoliilato. Tho hell with clo-.od doors. Tho couferenc" aljo i-no'l at four o'cbi -k and olth.-u rh no i-osoliiuiori ".aspissnd it a-.i-, I that ,v League shall bn orif for nt-xt Th" plan will be pfr'e-tod at, a m ;eti ,y to be hold T IP lav ar Pittsburgh. A MA..IM.; l.nunrh of n Uli.ili m rtpnrtril I., Mike Tliirtv-liv.) 11 II-H Hour Ship llullillllff. B.M.TIMOUK, Xov 7 --Ten thousand persons clioernd reputf-d world beater. "Howard as she was successfully launched at Locust Point Thursday. The ways spread and broko as tho vessel won1, oil, wni'-.h momen- tarily shifted her ballast. Sho wus ii.i- HH-di.itely riffhtod. but not beftiro hav- ing that can not bo It is claimed that this iron steamship, which is constructed on tho Fryer plan., for tho Arrow Company, i. capable of makinff thirty-fivo miles hour and will revolut shipbuild- ing. Her debut cortainlv marks an i-n- porlant epoch in in i-ine ar ;'iitecturo and tho best m.ii'ini; engineer i nr'vln-t perfect success for the no-.v craft. Thn I.lltu J LoMioN. Xov. 7. -The Post expresses the belief that the recent silver legis- lation contiilmted to Tuesday's Repub- lican defeat in tho t'nitod States. The Daily Xev.-s lakes th" news as ovidenco that tho AmiM-ican people disapprove tho McKinloy bill and pi edicts that by -in oilier ji-ar iney will bo in a mood to a tarijT The Chronicle that American protoaion. u. has oil a fi.-ni it can not easily recover. Tho Tolotfr iph says that Amoiu-a has not be. n slow to reeoirnua tho dsuiKor of the Mclvin'.ey tatilT ami to condemn the measure. Tho Kopub- li.-ans have their own rnck'essiiess to blame for their defeat- Tho Standard says that tho I ii mocratiu victory is a dramatic answer by tho of America to the atu nipt to itnpiMO a greater than taxation in time of peace. 'III. r.lllO "illl.iTH Li.viifiv, Xov. 7. The df-legatos by tho tin plat'- nii.ir, sis t America to study tho situ.itio.i in the 1'nitod Slates ha' e I" vie a '-ep. rt whi'-f ban -elievid the an.s'n-ty under uhlcb tho tin plate makers liavo boon resting Theydiclaio that oven with tho aid olfeied by the tariff on the fur- oign tirticlo it uill be impos. iblc for Amorican n.anufacturers to prodm c tin plain at, a price and of a nuality which will injure tho demand for tho Welsh product. ______ __ _ ___ A rail" Xf.v 'I in- Herald (.finis an article Medical 1 of Xoubury, Vt., which it is said has sold diplomas for Tho grantod by t mot hero two monti'.s u la1 go portion a. is a il.i'.JJ u i u i ih'o and A elaborate quet was ui ooiv.uoiue tno Clirlftlnu .1.11 i-ii II Conn., 7. session of tho fifth aim c of the Christian Worker-; ;n th Hon. T.. P.rst .MM n'ion I'nitod Stati-9 and Canada Thursday. P.cv. A. U. Torrey, of C of tho which waa folbnvd by secretary. Theconvonti until the Ivith. lluudr. are jirfisonl from all pa; Slates unil Cinada. i. igo. i-.uan I ,1-1 .1.1 Iress, lie n-nori of the MI ill continue .is of iK-1.. ifates 's in lh" I'llltod yess'-l IS als'i and unsinkab! claimed to bo fin-proof i-.v, Ala Mavf.r Cottrell, of st, a few v.-ff- t'-rro thfi Kedoral olli'-ial'-. was in the MI! most and i.i-tautly Thu-sday of I'olice Geral'l. of this Cottroll was drunk and was insulted the chief and him to fight a duel. The chief armed himsolf with a.shotgun and .vas sitting outside of his office when Cottroll drove up in a cab. a few words hid been exchanged both rnon began tiring, with the result given above. r.xnloror In Auirrlct. Xf.v YOI-.K, Xov. after rise Thursday a party of personal were of no avail. East Mam street v.as Qf _Mp_ Tin- in and all tho frame bwrded the Teu- ir.--s on Front street were b-irnin? ;i. larantlno lo forty buildings. in-Juding Mr. Stanley stood on tr.o inr cr-tip" portion of th" town. Con..I Ciui.iti Xov. o-in-iod the couniy by i'l a Republican loss of over 2 Tiio P ol -ctod John li. F.lac tor sh.-r -r V'l-itV. mid P.. P Aslni-v c i ii u -'o-icr. by a'-out HID m.iioritv. Tuo Uopublic- ans 'ue hal-ini of l'ni- 'ukut by 1 to bond this ciiy lo'. id c.ini--d by a pt-a- t' il v MM-i'in-ioilS vote. (im< l.i' Kutiirnt rroiii Cr-v. County. P.i ill's, Xov 7. 'i'.io ol v. for.I t has b'-eii The -i ll e i'it s.i n1. ii I'o s cast I. I-...M re I ;St, Ryan Lockwoe bei-ig a 1) uci.itii, plu.-.illty of S ui.i- i.iri'y in .-01111! v i.-, H -.'i voles behiuil the head of the ticket. Th" "Il.li-e 'i IS elected by the usual m. i: r, Xov 7 olli 1ns iust Keen c.'i! 'en .iw- -an- Wh S'lO in the W< s t upon whose lataloguo aro given the names of incom- petent nif I' as professors with fictitious degrees. J he Ilei.il. 1 says that t ho evi- dence of fraud .i-ainst the promoiors of the scheme is so great that the matter lias been taken up'o'. ptoniinent genllo- men of ll.e Male put in the hands of lawyers.______ __ I '.ri-nli-Ht .Jtl'i-' "trli-lii'n rioivn. .HUN, X; v 7 Lore! Chief v.i.r.o pr. OMT 'he Court of I'.eiic morning was s'ri'k'-n v.r sis II" via-, n-omptly co-neje'l loan antf-rno'ii. wl.i-r'- h< was found to bo in so precai ious that his wife was M.ti'inoneil ti.ln phv-i- cians v.-ho hiirri'-il If) the fjf Lord ar" -loingal that is pos- sible to tti1 e, 1, s that tho Democratic in "us county far exceed last ye ir, whileovery candidate fur a ci.'iulv ol'.icu li.is run 1 of the Staui tho ''utiro III iiii'Cratr- lieii.ec d y larger ili'-s iha.i v. -i e-i.r given ..ml c t iu oil 'i 1 1 '_.' ..i" 1 1 ,_" t 0 il "Union I lustoiy of Iho Wlml In Xov 7 I" "TTI from all p-i-cincts in coun'y 'I'.o livan -J.'.7'.- I'l-unley, 'J.'ii Th" II -p .b'ie.U. t ''I Iheir ticket by rehiff-d i V. 1 1 m for cl. rk i.f c. ''y lieuev. Hop., by 7'. ll i. bo- lievtil th .1 :ho to b'lild a (Jhllil.'fMi's llomO Is ilefe-itM. Inursiiay 'n paraly- i ing of Ih'-ir I i toihlns r" destroyed. Th" r.or'; took Tli" wi-iri s'li'-e t -i1, o'clock and the f-ro, v.'hic'n thr. :i" J -o iy-A ipe out trio con'.rol. ft.-, i Ky.. X'ov. fi-eh-' -.t in 1." !i'r" F.y J V.'ali .r'-d for -J from th" ani ;s l r.- iino deck witti his v. ;i" h'-ritod Vj each of t1." pir y. hen st'.-a-ner t.'iO in'-', by a o-'vr friends and a groat crow! of fitiz'-ns. cheered :.i tho ship an i driven to JfoUVi. distinguished patP nt. _ Kni'l CilifAf.o. Xov. 7. All of the condi- tions were favorable yesterday to a raid on tho markfts. Tho boars were not slow to taVe advantage of it. Hutchin- son and Schwarlz-Dupee raided bor wheat to Si. HI tne cxpoctatlon that a lot of lonx w-.oat v.ould b" thrown OTerboard at that pri'-e. Their fellow shfirts. IjovieTf-r. in. prove! the oppor- tunity to i iittie buying. s'-c.irod b i-i l.y Xov. 7. :n f n 'r.e r- a'. '-I and Coi.u- At Uie Cioso of pro-, ir.'-o of itt'.n. In''---'i'i i T r.b i The P of Cor.- Th" w.r, nv- Do.n- any o portion of T.'.-I..V. Xov. We.'! no-via !'-l bv r.-.en who in th" Steam I t-j atior fireman an i I f s in i.ri'I I fun I Markha- in city. il-p.. fir Guv.jrr.or." He was far raprlon. parly. ry coa- era: :c his tickot. i.nfl Nor 7 bis Itorr. for frov rrior. r'.ns J con-t.t .tionai f-jr ,a cai.-.td. last C-.'-T ".a-t Xov. 7. replied to M Train Thrn S s A T" rn ra. i tr.irty rr.iios nort.'i o." wore fa'aFiy in; i.ikn lo ST. Ixint, Nov. j First 'i no.-.'. of uo i i' y fri.m 0 ijtf- le.uls a n-.- im-cr.t is 'i .1 I.I II.1.1 Xo-. I Ol.'l'l. Ml ll. tu kel bv iilural.' n N I a to HI i i i on il.n l 1 jonly of ne.irl I A'llani-e llf-kf-t and "'JU M Xov 7 setni-onicin.1 returns of i' unity are all in, and show a DernT-r.iU" :n liouty on tho head 'of the H..-'er'; mai'.rity is 1, a-. Ilr-ic'ier. c.n for -.rub-'" rerci-.-'l am '.-.'V "f Th'i tire ticket as "i" i T'-V gives the ty. A11 tlchot "b i i! bv HMO. 7.- <'arroll Bounty r. ht i'." ticket 7u7 V rof .'-a- ir.any persons ar" ..-iia.oi.j.i Ilalc-y ,'z :t-a in o! cor. tv o the his employers. f-jr bis appcara or X 1 f X. .1 hn U. "i from 40.' ii ii P I
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