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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1890, Salem, Ohio THE SALEM DAILY NEWS. VOL. II. NO. 287. SALEM. OHIO, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 4. 1890. Irish Envoys to America Win Keturn to the Old Country. Condemnation of Their Attitude To wards Mr. Parwll Had ail Unexpected Effect. Their Fell Flat and They Will Ende.ivor to Pretttgr. CHICAGO. Dec. American tour of the members of the Irish Parliamen- tary delegatioa hu-> been abandoned. Dispatches are being sent out cancel- ing their engagements ai Indianapolis, St Louis, Kansas City and other poinu where meetings had been arranged. Dillon, O'Brien. Harrington and O'Con- nor will leave to-day for New York, am} according to the present programme the two former will sail on Saturday for Paris, and Harrington and O'Connor, to- gether witn Gill ana the latter reach New York in Liverpool. Wednesday was fruitful of surprise; to O'Brien; ami for OPCO the dasti anj brilliancy of tho Mtrepid warrior in tho cause of his country, see.ns to have de- serted him. t-ilk.od like a man dazed, wtino John Dillon, h.s colleague, tramped up and down the lake front, endeavoring to woo the cut- ting northerly blast tj recall his scat- tered senses T'le blow came yes- terday morning in a cable disp.Uch wits the information that the City Council ol Dublin had indorse! Farnell and his cause by an overwhelming majority. Before the envoys had time to roalixa the full import of this dacision another message was brought in. This was to the effect that the Central Council ol the National League in Ireland had unanimously decided to stand by theii leader and to repudiate tho Chicago manifesto. This was a veritable bomb- shell in the camp, and i only needed another ball from as well directed a piece of artillery a panic It was not long in co ning While the three men were still debat- ing the effect upon thbir mission of the news from Dublin, another cablegram was handed to O'Brien. lie toro open the envelope with nervous haste, glanced at the contents and tUrow the message upon the table, and with the remark. "1 have no doubt now as to how Ireland buried his face in his bands. This is what he had read: "Cork Young Ireland Society, to a man stands by Parnell to the death; Cork stands by him; Ireland, by whom he stood when her friends were few, stands by him
A-ueric.in people would be outr ged unle-s this bill passed. Mr. Kerr. of" low opposed the b'll Mr. Cjmrqings of New York. 1 'h-'t the bill defiandecl bj the laboring classes. Mr. Butt rwo-ti s the bill. TVhea ever, he said, the time came that no money v ilue we would become nation of -chumps." A motion to ecomtuit bill with instructions lost. The vote on th-j passage of the Copyright biU was: yeas 139. nays 9 so the bill was passed. The House then took up the bill to extend the responsibility for pension money of minors t< all persons acting in a fiduciary capacity towar( those minors aad it was debateJ for some A motion to refer to the Judiciary Committee was beaten and the House then adjourned SENATE-ID the Senate Messrs. Voorhees, Dawes and Pierce ha I a lively debate on the Indian question over a joint resolution to issue arms to ihe States ot North and South Dakotl and Nebraska. The Elections bill was takei nn and Mr Turpie made a long speech against tt. The substitute measure, he said, rested for its support on what was called the suppressed colored Republican in the S uth. The re- turns ot the election showed an abstinence fcom voting, an abstinence much greater in Massa chusetts and Northern States than else where. The extremists with a., meagre majori- ty in both hous. s s.nd that this was proof enough of the suppressioa of the colored vote, and thereupon proc -eded to onize the whole method of Congressional elections. There has been n supyress'on well known, undeni ible and widely prevalent. The recent ceDSUS wou: I -aow that in Pennsyl- vania, Ohio and Illmoi jre were about 350.5 OJO colored people: yet i i these States no col- ored man had ever serve 1 .is Governor ot been. elected to anv department of the Stnta srovern- ment. He then to make a constitu- tional argument against th? power of Congress to pass a law re rulating the election of Repre- sentatives in the lo nt Death's at a Conflagration in Detroit. Two Firemen Killed and Two Badly Injured by Falliug Walls. FlUGUTFlu, Mao Aim at Disemboweled WhIU Sawing Wood. 10. Ind., Dec. has reached here of a frightful accident that occurred at Ireland, about miles from here. While Thomas Hud son. a young man, was sawing stove wood with acut-offaaw the saw by some means struck him below the loft shoul- der, ranging downward and inflicting a wound twelve or thirteen inches in length that may prove fatal. The saw severed five ribs and opened his abdomi- nal cavities so that a portion of his in- testines and stomach as large as a man's head protruded. The young man after being hurt walked a short distance, holding his intestines in his hand, when he became faint and was assisted to the house by friends. He is in a precarious condition. Provides for Parneir. Retirement. LONDON-, Dec. Clancy's com- promise plan, to consider which the Irish Nationalist conference yesterday adjourned until to-day, involves the temporary retirement from the leader- ship of tbe Irish party of Mr. Parnell. Such retirement is, however, to be sub- ject to the extraction from Mr. Glad- stone of certain conditions in connec- tion with tbe promised home rule scheme in the event of a Liberal victory in the next general election. Will Determine the Kate of Profit. PiTTsnuKon, Dec. Amarican Window Glass Workers' Association, otherwise known as Assembly No. K. of L proposes to build a glass fac- tory of its own. The factory will bo run as a co-operative concern, but the profits will go into the treasury of tho organi- zation. Tbe object of establishing the factory is to ascertain exactly how much profit there is in tne business, that the men may act intelligently in formula- ting their wage scale. Reinforced. BiKMiroii AM. Ala., Doc. 4. strik- ing coal miners have been joined by nearly all the men who were at work Monday. The indications are that tbe struggle will be a long and bitter one. Nearly half the furoaces in the district will go out of blast this week and others will follow as soon as their stock of coke is exhausted. The mine operators remain firm in theif resistance to the demands of tbe men. Troop. Ordered to Flirht Indiana. SAN Fp.Axnsco, Dec. have been received here for the First United States infantry, now stationed at Angel Island, across the bay, to proceed at once to South Dakota to reinforce tbe troops there. General Gibbon, command- ing tbe Department of tbe Pacific, has received orders to detach all available troops in Oregon and Washington and rasa them lo the seal of hostilities roar Mm. Pa-. Dec. A large boiler esp'.o-ied Tsxjsday at Berwick witb terrible resits. Frank bis brother aad two others wbow naaies couid not be iearaed were in- staatl j killed. What caased the a a Tbe loss of property will several thonsand CovfaMt tVM. TOTKKA. Ran.. Dec. Marion Coast; for member of the islatcre, wbereii E. W. (Alli- Moe) M. (RepoblicM) tad each received MOM number by lot I. David Rootteu Co.'. Immcniie Tobacco MaauUot urine EoablUhiucat Destroyed DETROIT, Mich., Dec. 4. At two o'clock Wednesday morning fire started in the fine-cut depot of tbo immense to- bacco manufacturing establishment of Daniel Scot ten A Co., at F. rt and Cam- pau streets, this city. A heavy fall of snow prevented, prompt attendance of the fire department, and when sufficient force was on the ground the fire had at- tained great head latt r'.s care- lessness was crushed between the cars, and it is s-ml tb-ic he lay on the ground, manned and bleeding, tho engineer returned to his online, and despite thp warning of oilookors, ajfain backed the train towird the pros- trate form of tho brakeman, who was un.ible to get out of and coivod further injuries. death lowed in a short time. BASKLY OKCKIV CD. Hour a Hart-lp I M fi M t I- Love Cniler CADIZ, 0., 4 summer a young man named Morris, of Bowerston, was paying his respects to two young ladies of Tippecanoo at the same time. On September 11, with one Miss Mary Coventry, ho rop ured to the residence- of a clergyman and they were united in wedlock, cautioning tho minister to keep their marriage a secret young man continued his courtship with the other lady, Miss Ankrira, gain- ing her love astl conso-it to marriage, hut her hopes were soon by a re- cent announcement i i ;i nulchboring newspaper of his m.iruri with Miss Coventry. She imnu< liatsly instituted proceedings against him for obtaining her love :md affections thro gh pretenses. _ VICTORY A Bishop OUinnnr Ful-4 tn Ouiit father Leemlnir From Pimtorate. YOUSOSTOWN. O.. 4. A confer- ence has boon held between Father Looming, of this citv. and Bishop Qil- mour, of Cleveland, r.'-niltinfr in a set- tlement being elTcctcd. An attempt was made by Uishop Oilmour to relieve Fa- ther Looming-, who Uus been a member of this diocese for eight years. By rea- son of a letter in his possession from JJishon (iilmour and tho law of -the church, F.ither Looming refused to obey the mandate. Tuesday afternoon Father Looming said: "I shall remain in charge of tho parish at This is re- garded as a decided victory for Father Leenahig over tho Bishop. lloIlT Kiplonlon. CANTON, Dec. 4. A terrific boiler ex- plosion occurred at Burton ooal mines, situated west of Navarre, in this coun- ty, Wednesday morning. A battery of four boilers was being1 firod up with a full capacity of steam in order to pump water from the mines. Without warn- ing one of the middle boilers exploded, wrecking the building, stacks, etc. The engineer and fireman wore standing when tho explosion occurred and were thrown a distance of fifty feet in the yard, wood, bricks and dirt being piled up around them. They escaped, with only a few bruises and scratches. Tbe exploded boilers wero blown forty rods. The report was distinctly heard five. miloa, A Pair of t LIMA, 0., Dec Tueslay the dead body of John Watkins was discovered lying near tbe track of tho Nickel Plate railroad at Hartsburcr. with a bullet- bole in bis head, lie was last seen at midnight with two who wore stran- gers in tho locality. All three bad been drinking. George Tungct. a farmer liv- ng near Ottawa, was murJored by Ed- ward lleaton on Tuesday. Heaton had served a term in State's prison and was recently released, lie blamed Tunget or testifying against him. I fitnte of O., Tho State De- cennial Board of Equalization find that their labors are at an end temporarily, for the reason that Ibo county auditors have not yet completed and flled tbe abstracts required by law and which are necessary before tin- board can do any- thing. It is supposed they will adjourn at once, and it may be a month before they rt.-convr-nf. ronna ttffin. TIFFIN, O., 4 Ranney, an old and prominent farmer of Reed township, was found dead Wednesday, in an outhouse attached to his dwelling near West Lodi. The cause of bis death baa not yet been determined, but sup- posed to have been heart disease. Skipped. LIMA, O., Dec. D. IT. Selvey, adry foods merchant and at Piqua, who made an assignment last week, has left for unknown parts. His liabilities are donble what they were supposed to first and several firms are look for Urn. LIMA, 0_ Dec. Wednesday while a eovpiiBf im Cincinnati, Hamilton A conductor Matt was struck by piece oovpliiig phi cnishiafUwsk.ll. U i; 1 t! 1 I i 1 I n i
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