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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1890, Salem, Ohio THE SALEM DAILY NEWS. OL.II. NO-170. 111. BE DOM SALEM. OHIO, MONDAY JULY 21. 1890. CENTS. of for the Cominj MYSTEKIOUSLY MISSING. ol tiie :'.T .i.klya Surf-tee Hail. T'liiJ ami No Trnce of Him be Found. lte Tike the Tariff Bill oil Tuesday. van rrom the Senate bill finally this i 'jp sJl- doin.' App Zu up ti'-d.ij it -.vill dispose hill, which v-iriation bills but .u tiiis bill can be in a day. It will sr. 1 this makes like- v. nl be taken up l :is- i- lon v.-.U i-onsiimL- tne greater s r- The "enornl debate will side of chr-aibcr. the Domo- spr-ochf-s to bo ai- bill wnile lbp Republicans as f-1- as possible to confine ar'-'-s t' tn" amendments. Dur- eek tic Finance Committee under consideration several anscndtnonts to the bill and nri up 'U ttn'Qi. 'luaiiiiii' :ue Republicans may jr-r caucus to consider the pra- to change tho rules so as to P Fi-U'ral Election bill to be The Republican members of on Privileges and Elec- c had the bill under considera- ng- the past week but have le progress with it. The man- lie Original Package 'at'.i are ogcta vote on it as soon as iJifr the House meets to-day, d they succeed in carrying out i tho Niuionul bankruptcy bill 'iin up tijat day and discussed Im-bc'uy when a voto will be oiding to the order of Connuit- pyropriutions Committee in- (hsposo of the conference re- it-District of Columbia appro- A 1 at the first opprtunity and to call up tho report It is that the bill Tensely and this 1'iH tbo Elections Committee .in c-uhor the case of Langston Me, tho Fourth Vir- irit-t, or the caso of Miller llioti. from the Seventh South iivirict. Tho case of Chalmers "o'.jr.r.. from Mississippi, is for action, but as the Elec- muitC'B has unanimously ro- faror of tho sitting member, ran, it cap be fusnosod of in a TH-MKSSEK FEUD. at u Gathering- Four Men Ivill.-il. ii rr. ICy., July Another of tho Snnth-Messer feud ia ychtrrclay from Knox County, e occurred Thursday evening mill, on Stinking- creek, most lawless sections in the a political gathering there, ida'.cs for the various county in? aiUern.seil as speakers. Smith and Mo-.ser factitms Hand, wearing their Winches- is not kn >wn just how the ifgan. b'it about three o'clock and when the smoke four men were found to '-n ih" dust, while tho rest had and disappeared. Eisfhteftn arravf 1 nn tho ono side and ;nty-C'.i> on the other. Those ;hr. boys, be- tnr. Messer faction, and ]5ob and John Howard, belonging crowd. More trouble is A Cull July 21. -Secretary Sa-.urilay issued a call for four wd a. half per cent, bonds, pro- received at the department The call tae purpose of supplying '5 requirements of the Sinking fiscal year. The tn been doing the work ol two men, and it is feared that overwork has wrecked his mind, although he ap- peared to be in the best of spirits cc. tht day of his disappearance. ON THE DIAMOND. Sundry Civil Bill Passed by the Senate. of the National Home Named. Amendment Appropriatinj: to Aid the Industrial Chrixtlaii Hume Aitocl- tion of Ltfth Provoked a Lony alnn. lictworn LeufC'ip. Itrntherhood and Angooiatiiin Following are the scores of Saturday'i games: NATIONAL LEAGUE. At Now York-Cleveland 4, Now York 18. Second Yor i T. At Brooklyn S. At u. I'liil.iilelphia4. At i Cuitun u. PLAYEKR' LUACCK. Uroolclyn 14. At 7. ti. At l, PhU-.ulolpluaR. At New w York 18. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION'. At Lou 1-'. At U. At syr.iruses At R if, UooiicsterS. SUNDAY c; At Vv'mdsor Beach, X. Y 8, Co- lumbus 3. Al 1. Louiiv.lle 7. .At JL'hilail.'lp'i' I.OIIK '.t iie'iL 1. At Si 4. ruoubu i COLOKAHO Col., July Three weeks Mr. 13. F. bpinnoy, a business man of this place, and a ranch' owner in South 1'i.rk, was kid- naped and taken into the mountains by a Texan aaiued Hams, who claimed that Spinney owed him for a bunch of cattle he had purchased of him. Since that time nothing has been heard of Spinney. Mr. Harrington, brother-in-law of Spinney, raised the required sum recently and went into the mountains to pay the ransom, but ho too has disappeared. The Texan said that he would hold Spinney ten days and, the money not forthcoming in that time, he would kill him. It is feared that he has carried out his threat. Kankcr anil H'n Cli-rk W YORK, July Saturday after- noon several hundrod angry poople be- sioged tho banking- establishment of Bernard at Xo. TS Canal street, hooting- and denouncing- Aronbon, whom they accused of having- misappropriated funds entrusted to him to be used In bringing out their relatives and friends from Poland. A nnmber of tho crowd forced an ontranco to the building- and savafroly asbaulted the banker and bis clerk. Simon fsilakowitz. In response to tho cries of toe two men for help De- tective Michael J. Heap appeared, and after rescuing them conducted thorn to the Eldndtfe street station, where they were remanded until Monday. "f Blowers July 21. Tho green glass blowers have finished their work and adjourned. Saturday -was occupied with the all-important matter of adjustment of prici-s prior to tho beginning of work in the fall. Committees from all the different associations will mf-et the manufacturers" con. :nUU'C and adjust tho matter of prices and all thai pertains to it. The Flint (.ilass I '.lowers' Union completed their labor.-. Friday uig-ht and adjourned- The jcici'-list was agreed upon but r.otTiiido j.ubiic. ti up the if. timber, coui- will iM'u-t tlif'jr.-j' sociation ar.'l work na.itiir-lay. Tho hot LJI of TT.-A-.-J of A r.i.r.frii: th" :n f-ry a'.i July Tho Senate Saturday rt-sumod consideration of the Sundry Civil Appropriation bill. Arnonsj the reported by tho Com- mittee on Appropriations and agreed to by the donate wero tiie following: Ap- propriating POO to coiiiuiouco the erection of machine shops at the Na- tional armory at Springfield, Mass.; in- creasing appropriations for buildings military posts from to SSOO.OOO; increasing- the appropriation for continu- ing the publication of the official records of the Rebellion from to 0000; increasing the appropriation for National soldiers' homes from An amendment 1jo add to the para- graph as to tho appointment of mana- gers of the National Home tho fol- lowing words: "and William B. Frank- lin, of Connecticut; Thomas W. Hyde, of Maine; John C. Black, of Illinois, and George W. Steole, of Indiana, for the term of office commencing April 21, to flll vacancies occasioned by the ex- piration of tertQ8 of office and by tho in- crease provided hereby." gave rise to a long discussion. Mr. Plumb stated that hereafter he should notvoto to continue any manager in the board longer than the one term of six years. He believed In tho renovation of the board. The name of Lewis P. Guuckel, of Ohio, was presented on behalf of the Military Coro- tuittee for the vacancy caused by the death of Gwiioir.1 Harris. Mr. Sherman proposed tbo name of S. S. Yoder, of Ohio, in place of Mr. Steele's name. Mr. Steelo, he s.iid, had been appointed Govornor of Oklahoma, and might not be eligible. After further discussion the amendment was agreed to, modified by tho insertion of the names of .Mr. Yoder and of Mr. Gunckol The next amendment that provoked discussion was, one appropriating for aid to the Industrial Christian Home Association in Utah Territory. Mr. Cock rell inquired as to the total number of inmates that have been sheltered at the homo (which was established for the protection of Mormon women desir- ing to escape from polygamy) and gave it as the result of his information that it had never had, in all, more than twouty inmates, including children. Edmunds stated the purpose of Con- gress in aiding the work of Christian women in Utah to Mormon women from the slavery of polygamy. Mr. Vest criticized the appropriation, and he and Mr. Edmunds had a brief debate over tho anti-polygamy law, known as the Edmunds law, which Mr. Vest de- nounced as controlling the opinions and consciencos of men. Mr. Plumb said the general opinion in Salt Lake City was that tho home was a failure. After a further discussion in which Mr. Bawcs and Mr. Blair took part, the aaictidment was agreed to. Several other amendments were of- fered and agreed to. and the bill was then reported to the Senate and all the amendments, agreed to in Committee ol the Whole were agreed to in bulk, except those as to the irrigation survey, which were reserved for special votes. The discussion of the irrigation question was again started and occupied about an hour's time, and when it closed the amendments wero agreed to. Tho bii: then passed. The tariff bill was taken up as unfinished business, and Mr. Al drich gave notice that he would move to take it up at two o'clock to-day. The Senate then adjourned. General Deficiency Appropriation mil. "WASTTINOTOX, July Genera Deficiency Appropriation bill for th explosion of a kerosene lamp and was in a b.ul condi- tion. Tho relatives found her burned from hor knots up in front only, ter- ribly charred and spet-chloss. died when an attempt wa-> made to remove her. No of oil could bo found on tho floor or no traces of burning below the knees of the woman. Thesci and contra- dictory statements caused the arrest ol Grant, hut he escaped from his guards. Having boon run earth again he requested permission to return to hia room fora short wlulo. Almost imme- diately the report of a gun was hoard and It was found that ho had placed tho muzzle of his imiski t au.unst his stomach and exploded it. blowing a hole clear through It in thought kerosnne was poured OVIT his wife by hirusiMf and the othrr and that she was then set on fire. FJLUGUTFUL .VC Slxtet-n Men I'.viriu-a by Molten One ill Lie. NEW YOISK, July frightful ac- cident occurred Saturday afternoon ip Cassidy Adler's iron foundry, fifty-fifth str et, the cupola in which the iron is melted exploding- shortly bo- tore two o'clock. Tho molten iron flew In all directions among- the workmen employed in the foundry. Sixteen men in all were burned by the red hot metal, Dne of whom, 1'etor Scolon, will die. Eighty men were at work in the room where the cupola is when tho explosion occurred. Tho cupola contained ten tons of refuse metal, which in melting jenerated gas. The moulders were get- sing ready to cast tho raotal and had taken out two ladles full of the molten iron when the bottom and side of tho Mipola blew out with a terrible crash, kCttttering the hissing mass in all direc- lions. NO C One Nomination t Made In York State, mid Tlnit Will by the State Committee. ALBANY, N. Y., July 21. "There will be no Democratic State convention this said Chairman lid ward Murphy, of tho Democratic State Committee, yes- terday. Mr. Murphy said that this was in accordance with bhe plan arranged at the close of tho last Stale convention in Syracuse, in October last. The State Committee were empowered then to make the nomination for a successor in the Court of Appeals to .Judge Earle. That ib tho only nomination to bo made, and Mr. Murphy thought it would be a useless expense incurred to hold a con- vention. No benefit could accrue from it and ho understands that the Repub- licans also will dispense with theirb. Struck :i Dr.r.i'in, Ind., July -I. The north- bound vestibule train, due here at three o'clock, struck a cow lying on the track seven miles north of this place, Sunday morning, and tho engine and three cars left the track, tho engine landing in a wheat field. Engineer ti trope, of La- fayette, the oldest engineer on the road, was scalded to death. Fireman McDon- ald was thro'vn through the top of the cab into the field forty feet from the track, but escaped with a few bruises. The wreck was soon cleared up and trains were running in a few hours. A Turkish I'eildler Murdered. Bixoir.vMTOx, N. Y., July The body of a man who had evidently been murdered was found under the floor ol a shanty in tho town of Vestal yester- day. It is supposed to be that of a Turkish peddler named A. IJatton. There were several wounds on the head. He was seen several ago in com pany with two of his fellow countrymen in this village. Sixteen dollars and a letter from a business house in Now York, wero found in tbo peddler's pockets. An investigation will bo bold shortly. A liillJet in Iti-r O.. July Honriot, four, died Sunday morning from tbo of a bullet in her brain. Ti post-mortem examination revealed a bullet, such as ar-: used ia small rilJe-) boys iivj shoot sparrows. She was found Thur.--day c-.cniiij; lying in front of her ' with tho blood issuing from the The cor- oner an investigation. Th'.-re is no duo as lo who did tho slvxilr ____ Work m C Co'.'V'ii- JJi.T'KF. la.. -Ji. A cy- cior.c- 1 I -J a at an hour -C K'.i.s -S'.rlctl; ,it IJurli iiik-.ii1 -I i-'x; tier busUtU NEW YoiiK, .lu.y i.' i >i 11 -Finn. Super at M.i.i.1 Atr.i at city mil'.H :i: I. I WHF. Finn. N" c-i-h at dt July al A u- at 'V. C'JKN -N" il iiO .July tt H'-jc, Of August at US' OA L' mi v d ,1; We.