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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - December 26, 1890, Salem, Ohio 5 rHE SALE NEWS. VOL. II. NO. 305. SALEM, OHIO, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 26. 1890. TWO CENTS. JTo Chauj the Scotch Kail way Troubles. Sugar Shipyards, etc., Aw I Closed on Account of a i Lack of Coal. RuMlan Privy Councillor Ciret Reas- for the Treatment of th< by Government. i LOXDOX, Doc. Scotch railwaj companies have abandoned all idea of a settlement with their striking employes, and are making efforts, thus far with poor success, to obtain English work- men for their places. The strikers deny any share in the wrecking of trains and In other outrages that hare been charged against them. Service has been partial- ly resumed between Glasgow and Edin- burgh and the mails are forwarded with some regularity. There is still, how- ever, a -virtual embargo on traffic, and trade and commerce are paralyzed by sea and land. The sugar refineries at Greenock are closed, while thousands of tons of re- fined sugar are awaiting stoatn trans- portation to England, which cannot be provided for lack of a coal supply. The Clyde shipyards are also closed, as there Is no coal for tbe forges and furnaces. The strikers show no sign of weaken- ing, although the supply of funds is not sufficient to prevent privation among them. Their applications to English unions for aid are being considered. The number of men now out is esti- mated at The North British rail- way has almost entirely suspended operations- The line of steamers main- tained by this company between Loch Lomond and Glasgow on the Clyde has been temporarily abandoned in order that Its employes may be utilized in railway work in place of strikers. Two who continued at work were stoned by strikers yesterday near this and were badly injured. There hare been numerous cases of less seri- upon men who remained at work or non-union men who taken ike. places of strikers.. The "Glasgow have been closed on account of the strike. Tbe supply of coal for the gas works at Perth is almost exhausted snd it is feared that the city will be left in darkness because of the impossibility of obtaining a renewed stock of fuel- According to a St. Petersburg letter. Privy Councillor Stoinovoski has made a semi-official communication to one of tbe loading foreign residents of St. Petersburg in relation to'the new anti- Bemetic legislation. It is in substance that the restrictive treatment of the Jews is made necessary by the course pursued by that people in absorbing- by usury and over-reaching the money and means of the poorer class of Russians, snd that the proposed law prohibiting Jews from owning landed estates is in- tended to prevent them front acquiring by trickery atr2 oppression the property of orthodox Russians, of which a vast amount is already in Somatic tiands; that nothing is done which is sot strict- ly -requisite for the protection of the ObrisMan subjects of the Czar and that Russia is only leading in a course that. RECIPROCITY. Mnch Interest Manifested In Canada OTM Between the United Newfoundland. OTTAWA, Ont, Dec. than ordinary interest is being manifested bj Canadian politicians in tbe progress ol the reciprocity negotiations now going on at Washington between the United States Government and the Hon, Robert Bond, representing the government oi Newfoundland. As to precise state of tbe negotiations members of Canadian government will say little, although it is well known they are con- stantly apprised by tbe British Minister, acting under instructions from Downing street, of every move that is taken. Canada would undoubtedly suffer in event of free trade betweea tbe Statei and Newfoundland. From the characteristic energy of the people of the United States it is fair to assume that capital and enterprise would at once be devoted to the work- of the Newfoundland fisheries, both in-shore and deep-sea, with the result that the American demand for Canadian ish might be curtailed. Canada has considerable with her exports in 1S90 to that colony amounting to is a de- crease of from that of the previous year. Newfoundland pur- chases more of the Canadian manufac- tured goods than any other country, with the exception of Great Britain and the United States, and it will therefore be seen that there is a good prospect for Canada losing a large portion of this trade in event of Mr. Bond's mission being successful. But before a reci- procity treaty is consumated, if it ever reaches that stage, the Canadian Gov- ernment will Qle an emphatic protest From the Portland, Cham- ber ot Commerce the Senate Asking the Passage of the Torrey Bankrupt BilL England and Europe generally will be eompelled to pnrsue, unless all property is to be allowed to fall into the hands ef "tbe Hebrews. It is understood that the Czar himseif will take no notice of the remonstrance from citizens-of Lon- don ajrainst the persecution -of the Jews. A HORRIBLE ACCIDENT. A Head Crushed to Palp In a Brick MmklnK Machine. SXECBESVILLK, 0., Dec. shock- ing accident occurred Wednesday at the brickyard of Edward Nichol- son. Levi Jackson, a colord laborer, was engaged in shoveling soapstone into a circular basin where this stone is reduced for brick making by immense rollers. A large roll fell into the basin and clogged the rollers. Jackson sought to disengage the stone -while the ma- chine was in motion.' Be slipped and fell into the basUi headlong. His head was crushed into pulp and all the bones in his body were broken before the ma- chinery wae slopped. Jackson leaves a wife and one child._________ A Ripe Old Age. SASTA FE, N. M., Dec. of the death of Pedro Antonio Lopez, aged 115 years, was received here Wednesday. He passed off very quietly and without' any suffering, being conscious and es- pecially talkative up to the last mom- ent He know the end waa coming aad he had his children and grandchildren around him. He talked to them of the service be had done as a soldier under the Spanish and he remembered when a certain Kin? and bis wife were XVj and Marie An- tionetto. Lopez was mentioned in con- nection with the census report last June on account of his extreme old age. A Count's Wonderful Vitality. SAN A3XOMIO, fcec. Her- mann Dalweigh, who was so badly in- jured by the International
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