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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1890, Salem, Ohio HE SAiEM DAILY NEWS. SALEM. OHIO, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19. 1890. TWO CENTS. >t St. Louis by >Acen Drove the Doctor Murder. ds the Aflfclr, of i. new and impor- ted up in the Cro- it is now reason- great murder con- roughly exposed. tie arrest of one of the terrible trag- uan who is under lot Cooney, "the i, and he was not The man who is t more important ;he bloody drama CONGRESSIONAL British taw UOUM WASBISGTOS, Feb. SENATE Direetlj transaction or moralng business yes- terday, the Senate went into secret session to? the discussion of the British extradition treaty The Senate rmtiied the treaty. When the doors opened the Educational biU ukea up, Mr. Blair resuming his remarks in favor of rening by officer 1 station. sought long and irities had almosl being able to cap- -Monday evening licago, and detec- r, of this city, ar- mspected of being irder of Dr. Cro- ft what part of the rested, as all in- to it is suppressed tes. The man ar- i of St. Louis, but been in the habit intervals. Chief lat the arrest will tbe man proves to Chicago officials Kstive Thomas ar- search of his man, lad flown a day 01 ictive has been on d says that he fol- jarly every South- jturned here last ice say he was ar> ras interviewed Ii irnoon by a repor- name is John B. ig to do with the n I admitted ted Mahon forced 11 the time and in s knocked Gnffen Tar of the Fair. Post says air bill is passed as commission power te, the matter will and the litigation after It The House Mil for toe relief of the tike Devil's Lake Agency, North DaVota. paaaed. Alter a second secret session for the purpose of referring sotne nominations to appropnate committees, the Senate adjourned, Pension bill was reported from the Appro-iri-itions Committee and referred to the Committee of the Whole. A conference commiuee was ordered on the bill directing the Superintendent of the Census to collect farm mortgage statistics Tne House lien went into Committee of the Whole to consider the Seiate bi'l pro% idiag lor the appointment of an Assistant Secretary of at a ar> of Atfr conaiderab e debate the bill went er without action and the Oklahoma bill taken up The debate was Umiied to three and one half hours. The Democrats demanded nve hours which was refusel ind they demanded the read- Ing In of the House and Senate bills, flfty- printed pages. Mr Struble, of Iowa, tools the floor In support of the House bill. Mr. Baraes, of Georgia, in of the Senate bilL He sa.d tuo House bill proposed to include in the Territory UmJs to which the United States d d niw holJ title Mr Hare of Texas had read at the desk a letter from Gmernor Biid of the Choc- taw Nation .idimst fe passage of the bill a vio'atloa of treatv In the letter tbe i--5 33 at This o; Great Stortn. Feb. Disp from serrral point? in Ihn that b-avy snow slorrn and aaotbT railroad At Soasiit "now is e JURY BRIBERS' TBIAJU Ae- IB No for the lilghop'i Recoverj. PiTTSBDROn, Feb. 19 hope of the recovery of Bishop O'Connor, of who is at the Mercy Hospital in thtf city, was given up last evening. His disease is a stricture of the intestines. The physicians decided that the only chance for him lay in the use of the knife. Dr Atlee, of Philadelphia, who had been the Bishop's physician for years, was sent for to consult with the Pittsburgh doctors It was decided that the sick man was beyond all aid and that an operation would only result in addi- tional suffering and could do no good. Alder's Vlewi on Pension Legislation. BVI.TIMOBE, FeV annual re- union of the Department of Maryland, G. A R, was begun here Tuesday The Commander-in-Chief, General Alger, made an address in which he took the ew that the G. A. R. was not begging anvthmg from the Government, but was merely asking for justice. He said the G. A. R. pension committee had con- cluded to urge the Dependent Pension bill as the best measure that could be passed by this Congress. He thought it best that the G. A. R not press the service bill at this time. Republicans Successful. PITTSBURGH, result of municipal elections in Pittsburgh and Allegheny City yesterday are, as ac- curately as can be estimated, as follows: I. Gourley, Republican, for mayor, majority about Repub- licans gain five members in the city council- Allegheny G. Wyman, Republican, for mayor, majori ty _________________ Threw Water on the EVERSOX, Pa., Feb. explosion occurred in the rolling mill here last night which resulted in the killing of John Coley almost instantly. Colcy threw cold water on the livo cinders of the furnace and the result was an explo- sion in which Coley, a man named Ryan and several others were injured- Colej died shortly after the explosion. CncAeo. Feb. Cronin Jury bribing ease was resumed George Ttchappot, man who fint re- ed the fact of the conspiracy to tha State's Attorney, said he was summoned juror in the Cronin case. In the Jnry waiting room he talked to bailifl Salomon, who told him he could make by retting on the jury and voting for acquittal. The money would be paid his wife, who would wear a certain kind dross in the jury room to ahow the money was paid. Witness was excused from serving on the jury. Salomon met witness afterwards and told him he had t instructed to pay, or an} prioe. Alexander testified that Fred W. Smith had told him several times during September and October that it would be worth his while to get on the Cronin jury. P. H. Nicholson, a book- keeper, testified that he was summoned as juryman, but not examined. Smith offered him if he would get accep- ted and hold out for acquittal. Joseph Eonen, one of the men indicted by the grand jury, was the next witness. He testified that bailiff Hanks had asked if he wouldn't like to go on the Cronin jury for the in fees and more if he shoule find for acquittal. Eonen thought he would and was accordingly summoned. He told his wife that if any one gave her she should take it. Hanks had proposed that. Fred W. Smith, another of the in- dicted men, testified that Graham had asked him if he couldn't go on the jury. Ex-bailiff Hankn. the next witness told in detail of his different with Graham. Graham showed the wit- ness a big bundle of money and aaid wanted a man on the Cronin jury for the defense. He wanted him to "stick righ there, acquit them, or give them a year, but a disagreement would do as a lasi resort." Graham gave Hanks a list o: names, but as Hanks was not sent out to summon jurors he gave the list to bailif Salomon. Subsequently Graham the witness not to use the list and gave a new one to Salomon. This last was in- troduced in evidence. All but the last of the seven namei are supposed to be in Graham's hand' writing, the last being in that of Hanks at the dictation of Graham. Graham told the witness that money would be forthcoming as soon as one or two on the list had been summoned. "The fellows over at the Opera House saw Graham, "are a little abort of money just now from paying- "attorneys' fees, but the money would be all right." Preparing for a Blc Time. _, NEW YORK, Feb. prepara tions are almost completed for the Na tional Republican League convention which meets in Nashviile, Tenn., on March 4 next. About delegate will attend. The delegates will go t Chattanooga on March 6 to hold a po litical mass meeting there. Other citie in the South may be similarly visited Among the prominent speakers who attend are Congressmen McKinley, Bur rows, Grosvenor, Mason, Evans, Hou' and Taylor, also Senators Evarts In galls and Spooner. Suffocated at a Fire. NEWARK, N. J., Feb flre which started Tuesday morning in th confectionery store of Henry Fritz quickly communicated to the store Thomas D. Blackburn and the fancy store of Julius Blum, all of which were completely gutted The excitement during the conflagration was intense, but all the inmates of the tenements over the stores were rescued in safety the exception of Mrs. Mary Burns, was suffocated before the firemen could reach her. Loss Three Mfm Killed by Train. Pa.. Feb. N' Tork and Chicago liarttcd express, ran- through here at a fast rate, last nicbt struck aad killed a man named Moran. of Wood-rale: a aaan named Colc- to bo of Woodvalo. aad i a natnc is I were Hems of Interest to Residents of Ohio. THE LEGISLATURE. Kipper" BUI Otker fmrtmmt ta Both JbMfe. Feb. 18 MlowlBff bills were la- troduoed: Providing that jadgea and Clerks ot shall receive flfly cents each in itoato the fee already provided for every bun- votes, or tracuoe thereof, more than cast in tfce precinct providing that town- ship trustees may allow a townJi.p clerk MM year Instead of IliO as now amending Sec- Jon 90S by provMing for payment of costs and attorneys' in debarmect proceedings; au- thorizing the commissioners of Lucas County to tMue In to Tor Home authoriainc Toledo to extead Ita sewer amending Section 7W by providing that prsecuuag attorney shall draw in legalform all contracts made by county commissioners. Several nominations made by Governor For- altar during tbe recess of the Senate were re- ported back without recommendation, and re- jected, by a strict party vote. The forenoon sasston was taken up ia a local bill for Falrfleld County and eusaing two measures of a general nature, one of which, by Mr Monnot authorized the trana- Ter of pending cases where the presiding judge had prejudice against either litigants or coun- sel, and the other empowering executors and administrators of estates to administer oaths to appraisers Both were defeated At the after- noon session majority and minority reports were submitted in the contested election case of R H Peterson vs W A. BUir for the seat from Adams County. The majority report rec- ommended the ousting of Blair, Republican. This conclusion was arrived at on the ground money was used in the election and that this was evidenced by 133 tickets found In the ballot boxes of several townships. In the minority report the idea of the use of money wae combined, and the declaration made that no evidence WHS presented to sustain either charge The only evidence says the minority, to sustain th s specification, is that of George Hamilton, who confessed that he had for del'venng a certain number of for a specified amount, in three townships. Representath es Crew, McGrew and Laylia for the Representative Mallon closed with an argument for the con tester. A call of the House was demanded, 109 members answering to their names. On Mr Taylor's motion to substitute minority for the ma- jority report the vote ayes SO, nays SO. The motion was lost. The majorltj report was then adopted and Mr. Blair was declared un- seated and Mr Peterson seated. The passed Mr. BeMlle'8 bill reorganizing the city government of Dayton. There was great con- fusion, Republicans objecting to the conduct ot the chair in not recognizing them. BATTLE ON AN IUFI7S TJtOUBLES ENDED. McCarthy Knocked Oat by SAX FKAXCISCO, Feb. enthusiastic spectators assembled at the California Athletic Club last night tc witness the great battle between Jack Dempsey and Billy McCarthy, the Aus- tralian. Dempsey weighed and McCarthy pounds. Dempsey had the best of the fight all the way through, although McCarthydone some desperate leading. In the twenty-eighth round McCarthy was knocked out. All Gmve AUGUSTA, Ga., Feb. seven- teen citizens of Sharon arrested and brought here on charges of interfering with tbe discharge of bis duties by post- master Duckworth, of Sharon, were ex- amined by Commissioner Alexander yes- terday and bound over in each to appear at the April term of the Federal Court in Augusta. All gave bonds. for CtoubU Murder. PIKEVTT.I.E. Ky.. Feb. 19. EllLion banged at this place Tester- Desperate Fight Between the Englarar and Vireman of a ILneonaotlve. COLUMBUS, O., Feb. A fight be- tween an engineer and fireman of a freight train ia to have oc- curred recently on the Chicago, St. Louis- A Pittsburgh road, on an engine, while running from Bronson to this city. The fight as reported occurred between en- gineer Cavey and fireman Terry. There had been ill-feeling between the two men relative to a alight accident which had occurred. Cavey is said to have ap- plied a vile epithet to Terry, which the latter resented by throwing a lump of coal at the engineer, striking Cavey on the head and breaking through tne side of the cab A truce was declared until they should reach Columbus. While Terry was stooping, shoveling coal into the fur- nace, it is said, Cavey attacked him with a wrench, striking Terry a blow on the head with such force that he was ren- dered unconscious and fell to the floor. Recovering, Terry seized the wrench and got Cavey cornered in such a man- ner as to have been able to inflict severe punishment. Better judgment pre- vailed and the fight ended then and there. _ WITH A WOODEN KEY Two Enterprising- Thieves Effect Their from the Clermout County Jail. BATAVIA., 0., Feb. Carl C Rich mond Henry Adams, recently in- dicted lor grand larceny, and George Beall, serving a sentence for chicken stealing, escaped from the county jail Monday evening. They effected their escape by means of a wooden key which they had skillfully constructed from the back of an old chair Richmond and Adams were to have been sentenced to the penitentiary yes- terday by Judge Louden. The fact that the escape of the prisoners was effected by such simole means would be surpris- ing to one not knowing the dilapidated condition of our jail. The walls arc fall- ing in, the doors are rotten, the locks are loose and worn ont, and the whole structure is a disgrace to cmlization- 940.000 for Imprisonment. MARIOX, O Feb. John McPher- ton, one of tbe former Erie employes, ror participating in the murder of ifair McCov and her brother. H" was cool to tbe last and as black cap was polled over face declared outlaw gang s in murder. forced has brought suit against the New York, Lake Erie A. Western Railroad Company for claimed as having suffered that by defamation of his character for false arrest and imprisonment. Ho claims damages for each ar- rest, of which there were eight, and tho is claimed for attor- ney's fees, etc., in defending him at the time of arrests. The suit grew out of his being suspoctod of being in- volved in the great steal from the road, bnt each t5-ne be was released. ftorn In Strwt Car. O.. Ba- rozynsku a. woman who arrived here from birth a bouncing baby Monday sa car en rosi" from the df'prtt She and bcr babe were taken frwn the car Search for Work by Sttiy. t KEW YORK, Feb. twelve o'clock Monday might a about thirty years of shot bimaalC through tbe head with a revolver la front of 153 Perry street. He died al- most immediately. From papers in his pocket it was learned that the name oC the suicide was Victor Cravath, afttf that he lived at De Soto, Mo. He as railroad machinist, and had been en- ployed in the Missouri Pacific shops at De Soto. He left there a month ago and went to St. Louis in search of work. From that city he came to Sew York, he was still unable to get employment. In his pockets were some letters from his sister and one from his mother thank- ing him for a Christmas present. had but one cent in money and an old watch. A few cartridges were also found, but nothing to indicate where had been stopping in the city. DRUGGED AND ROBBED. Hfcndeome Tounf Woman Decoyed Into Disreputable Bouse, Assaulted and Believed of NEWARK, N. J., Feb. evening a well dressed and handsome young lady was found lying on a stoop in Commerce street, apparently drunk. She was taken to the police station, whore a physician found that she bad either taken poison or been drugged. After two hours' hard work the physi- cian succeeded in bringing her to con- sciousness. She then said her name was Wilbeinma Lestring and that had recently come from Carls tad t, N. J. When she reached Newark in the after- noon she had in her pocket. said she had come to Newark to look for friends and was induced to enter a no- torious resort, where she was assaulted and robbed. The police are inTestiffar- ting- the mystery. INVENTOR DEAD. Origtnktor of the Type-writer the Pioneer Journalist Who Made Hla Mark. MIXWAUKKE, Wis., Feb. La- tham Sholes, the of the type- writer, died night at his home, in this city, at the age of seventy-one years. Mr. Sbolcs was a pioneer journalist of AVisconsm. In he be- came associated with his brother, C. C. in editing and publishing the Wisconsin Democrat at Green Bay. In 1840 the paper was removed to South- port, now Kenobha, where Mr. bholea remained until 1857 Since that time Mr Sholes has been connected with the Sentinel, and later the Daily News. Since his of the type-writer he has been living a retired life, and for some time past has been in failing health He is survived by a large family.______________ Lottery Schemers Not Idle. HELENA, Mont, Feb. is report- ed that the Louisiana lottery schemers who were knocked out in North Dakota are negotiating to buy out the Montana Lottery Company, so as to gain a foot- hold in this State. This rumor lacks confirmation, yet many believe it in view of the boastof the lottery that if they were defeated in North. Dakota they would try to work Montana. Lotteries are openly conducted in Mon- tana, and the business of selling lottery- tickets is extensively carried on. though, both appear to be prohibited by law. A Formidable Petition. Neb., Feb. 19. Petitions are in circulation in every county in Nebraska among the fanners, directed to tbeNebraskadelegatiomnCongress, ask- ing that the time lor the Union Pacific to meet its obligations to the Government be not extended, but the company be re- quired to make its payments as they be- come due. It is also asserted that every farmer to whom they are presented at- taches his signature and that the prob- abilities arc that when this petition goes to Washington it will be the most formidable ever sent out from this State. How Important Witness Escaped, BOSTOX, Feb. Lucinda Sar- gent, tbe nurse charged with conniving at the escape of Lizzie Smith, an impor- tant witness against Miss Dr. Lndgate, has been arrested. At the station she gave a full story of all that has hap- pened in Miss Ludgatc's house during her stay, She says that Miss Smith was Baking her escape, Miss Dr. Ludgate was entertaining in the dining room tbo special officer guarding the premises.______________ HyJioplnbU rule. ST. Feb. This city has a hydrophobia panic- A dog belonging to Joseph Jaeger -was attacked with rabies and bit four other dof< and six cows. Tbe cows developed sytnptoms of hydro- phobia aad caused excitement la town. Tbe floaror bas issoM an order to city to kill all the cows and dogs inf'-cV-d- Crne man was Vr a doc SondaT. Tbe cows aed all bst two dog? were _ ftivt tttr 19. It i< ITaciSc track broad trains ia knee drif ts- OKJJE.VJTS. Feb. X. 19. Coral la a collwoii with from Stbc Coral :ih iav Ti" c I left the iaot -at Trw. tf. f-iTZA. Knu. fXk. i IF 1 k I I! "S m V i B3 1 'A i ii'' S-.J ;