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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1890, Salem, Ohio DAILY NEWS. IL NO. 126. SALEM. OHIO, WEDNESDAY, MAY 28. 1890. TWO CENTS. general Assembly for Inefficiency in the Holding Chnreh SAID TO BE SILCOTT. a Cain of Mem- leet in I'UUburgh la Y May 28. the >rably yesterday the reported that ler serious embarrass- negligence of presby- their narratives. Out erics. 71 had failed to Assembly. In the ,here are minis- tnd candidates, isand persons were re- ou cerciflcato Total luniCcinls, 6 net aar, he inefficiency of eld- of holding church ses- ie breeze. Mr. White imeat was not by au- ived it was largely the rs (cries of A ongly objected to the were le moved that sec- Lost The re- Ltted for modification e words "some elders." on necrology reported ministry during the read and the assem- r. While offered prayer. T and J. E. Griffin, of Inted a committee to )n and present the as- l package" resolution the United States. two dissenting voices, 3r. Van i considerable empba- ,his assembly got to do 3 on revision was em- ish its conclusions if e time ol next assem- standing committees nd discharged in order their work finished. of reimbursing the Fla., came up at committee on finance. :as, offered a resolution en from the contingent ts strongly opposed the I the assembly had no le-tha money paid into the presbyteries. The red to the next assem- the business of the been finished, themin- >n were read and ap- gsbury, of New Jersey, ions of thanks to the Dr. Moore, of Colum- efficient and dignified he had presided over of the asse-nbly. Res- g local committees of also adopted. ''Fathers and breth- bas come when what- ere to discharge and to do bis been done jver met Th a heavier ibility. Few have ever idjournnient wtFn n bet- iisfacti n aud all has ed in a spirit of broth- pirit of devotion to the k. I think, your minds over this assembly from od has t prayer by Dr. Crosby of the hymn "Kle-St be ids." the moderator pro- wliction and the sine dio. Immediately nt the comsiitK-e on re- aaeetinc aad decided to Tuesday in >r Defaulter and PanuiftMr Believed to Have SpeM Winter Canadian Lumbermen. GRAJTD PAULS, X. u, May weeks ago Mr. Mayberry, of the Great Falls Hotel, was informed by lumber- men from the province of Quebec of a strange Couple seen in St. Louis parish, near the mouth of the Saugenay river, and by means of photographs which Mayberry procu-cd from Boston the two ti-ere recognized as ex-sergeant-at-arms Silcott and the kaown to be with him. Warrants for their arrest having been obtained, Mayberry wrote for in- structions to Bjston and Washington. About ten days ago a messenger was sent to find Silcott and companion. He returned to Grand Falls Sunday night and reported that the woman had left by the Quebec steamer three days before his arrival, aad that the man could not be found The t-vo had spent the wintsr in a small hut the man had built about twehe miles back in the woods, near a lumber camp, which supplied them A ith food The couple pretended to be very poor, but the lumbermen said they had plenty of money. An old wooden box belong- ing to the woman broke on its way to the steamer and was seen to be filled with silk dresses and other finery. Dur- ing the winter the strangers had the grippe and came to the settlement for medicine and assistant THOMPSON'S SU OUTAGE. Caahler of the Owejco, N. National Bank Fails to Account for About OOO. N. Y., May the judgment of leading citizens there is a shortage in the accounts ot C. A. Thompson, cashier of the Owego Na- tional Bank, to the extent of The excitement is greater than at any time since 1855, when the of Owe- go collapsed for S80.000 Thompson's peculations, which are the cause of the bank's failure, appear to have been eon- fined to his dealings with the "Big Four" through James F. Dee, the Owe- go correspondent of the exchange The fact that Thompson was some years ago bitten to the tune of in wheat is pertinent He has lately transferred considerable property to his creditors, and deeds of other property, executed some time ago, have recently been placed on record. The amount on deposit at the time the bank's doors were closed was about Sofi.OOO, of which belonged to stockholders and directors Hon C E. Parker, judsje of Tioga County, and one of the stockholders, states that the bank will not be rcuigamzed. Thompson de- clares that if pushed to the wall he will expose two of Ow ego's most substantial citizens, who are implicated in the short- age. _________________ ON THE DIAMOND. Doings Anao-iR Lenifue, Brotherhood Clubs. Follow ing are tue scores of Tuesday S games V VTtON X.L LEAGUE. At 1, Brooklyn 4 At New 2. Now York 4. At No At 1, delphia S. At Rochester 4. At Syracuse 2. At First game St Louis -i Athletics 2. Second Louis S, Athletics 10. ri. LEVGUE. At 7, Brooklyn At New 2, New York 14. At At 9, Philadel- phia 2.________________ In the Cotton Market. YORK. May wasjrreat in the cotton market after the opening and indications wore plea y tbat tbe .1-lv option had Halted States Argmb the BUI Sntyeetinr Imported Liquors to Provisions of the Laws of the States. tat BLOWN TO ATOMS. uua la Kacapw Belief That the be Declared UnconttUntlc in the House. WASKDJCTOS, May Senate yesterday resumed consideration ot the bill subjecting imported liquors to tbe provisions of the laws of the era! States, the question be- inp on the substitute reported from the Judiet ary Committee providing tnat so trans- ported shall their actual and continuous transportation shall have terminated) be con- sidered to have ceased to be the subjects ot commerce with nations and among the seteral States, shill be apart of the m won mass of property w thin the State and be subject to its poUix- regulations, Mr Coke argued jgiinst th-> constitutional right of to delegate its powers back to the States Mr. George made a constitutional argument on the question and gave his support to the bill. Mr Eustts s-ddthit tbe presented by the bill under discussion was a very perplex- In? one On the one hand large property inter- ests were represented, on the other hand there was encountered a strong moral ment in one or two States TSe oifflculty in the question a'-ose In lha tiuempt to rsooncile the conflict betw een the r ghts of property, under the Constitution and law-? and that mortl senti ment known as p-ohibiuon. He regretted that some golut nn of the quost on had not been dis- covered for he cormdsred that the bill proposed by the Judiciarr CommUt e was clearly unoon stituticmal. u was a nullification of a provision of Constitution Mr Et'stis said It was pro- posed to legislate against the breweries ot Mil waukee and St Paul aad the distilleries of Kentucky, Illinois, North Carolina, New York and New Hampshire To morrow thej would be asldne for ezcln sion of cotton oil. of wbicn the State of Louisiana produced a large amount In value Then they would b-- ask rg that beef from Illtno s and tob.ici-0 from No-ttf Carolina should not bs an article of com the nvial'g of ths Constitution He was a St ri his Democrat of the strict- est sect and was in ivor of the Stat'8 exercis- ing to an unlimited extjnt, the rights which they had reserved Bat the power-- wMch they had lodged in the Federal lodgfd waafd ttse Federal Govern ment to exercise exclus vclv Mr Grov stated on Involve I in the qu-stlon, and said that tbe right of Cong ess to rebate commerce had not taken away one iota ot toe police of State Mr Reagan wh le declaring himself in favor of any reasonable mode of abrWg'njtheuBeof alcoholic liquors, did not think 1; to strain the Constitution If Confess should pass the pending bill it would probably be declared un- constitutional. The bi! w ont over without ac- l on. Mr Wilson: of lo g vng notice that he would ask the to remain in session to- dav the bill was di iposed of. The House amen Imeni to tbe S nate bill for a public a' M irnnsburg. W Va.. ag ee ito (Tie sam cd intnc bill The Vica Presi lent mnouated the appoint- ment o' Mr. Blackburn as a member of the Commit'ee on oas ana ot Mr Car lis'e as a member of thf CimaiHtees on Fi- nance Terrlt'ines rnd Woman s Suffrage Tbe conference report 01 the blllti slmpllty the Iftw In re'atioa to tbs colli-ction of the reve nue was presented and to After a short secret the S Dante -viiourned. bi 1 was passed for the erec- t on ot a puolic b at Braver Falls, Pa., at A of ft> 0 n wi'h nn nmendment strilt- irg out the appro.T ating clause Senate bill was nissed for thy of a public building at Va. wth an amendment reducinc the limit of cost Jro-n 000 to (XXX Mr McKhilo submitted tUe conference re- port unon the Castons bill. The confcreace re-wrt was 1S7, nays pro teao. counting a quo- rum. The Democrats, as a rule, refrained from voting The then went Into Comm.ttee the Whole on the River and Harbor Appropriation bill Several amendments for iaasviduai improve ments on the Mississippi rri er lost. Mr Ta-sacy an "mendment providing To-it the SXW.OOO appropriated for the improve ment of the Missouri nver from its month to Fort Bentoa sr 11 be cxnenJcd under the direc fon of the Sc-'ctarv of .a accordance with the pian recommen-1 d by the Missouri River Conim'ision. Rejected Mr McCrea-v o' Kentucky. sed a point Ot order ira nSi tbo-c portions of th- bill which prescr be .1 peca'tv for tin mi ntcnance of ob stractire bndics m.irabie waWrs. Pend n i drc-Mon the committee ross anl the House adjourn with 'parochial schools as an infringement of their civil and religious rights, they demand the absolute repeal of the Bennett law Lateit Order. WAStnSGTON, May ent Porter has issued the following cir- cular, addressed to supervisors of the census' "You will instruct enumerators in cases where persons refuse to answer the questions on the population sched- ule relating to physical and mental dis- abilities, or the questions relating to farms, homes and mortgages, to enter in the proper column the words 'Refused to answer.' No further steps will be necessary on the part of the supervisor or enumerator, and all legal proceed- ings will be instituted by the Washing- ton office through tbe Department of Justice." OuroBlde of Itoccnt This State. ta PYTHIANS' CONCLAVE. LATBST NEWS ITEMS. In ay is on co to and Ih" adv.Mj'f aai -it 5i it had risen and aad scar by time. T> aV'M- ainaal Hindoo Snliratina Army Ml XEW YOUK. >Is.y number of Hindoos have been converted to Cbnstianitv and are now leaders of tbe Salvation Army in India, have arrived here and will hold meetings in various cities of the States and Canada for the purpose of arousing interest in their missionary work in India. Their is a mixture of the orthodox Ituddhi-xt and the Salvation Araiy uniform. Tbcy be very intelli- gent aad of Enjrlish well. They will Ujr'f tour as Sfon in India. Tocher. Twenty-Brat MeetlBg of the Okie Grand Lodge. of Pythlaa. CLEVELAND, May Hall crowded from stage to ante-room, Tues- day, when the twenty-first annual ses- sion of the Ohio Grand Lodge of Knighta of Pythias was called to order by Grand Chancellor Ellis. At 9-30 o'clock the doors of the hall were opened, and for half an hour the representatives held an informal reception. The hall was con- veniently arranged for lodge room pur- poses, an aote-rooTQ having been con- structed in the vestibule and altars and officers' chairs having been placed at proper points. There was no attempt at decoration and it was evident that the Grand Lodge came hern to transact bus- iness as well as to enjoy a social reunion. Shortly after ten o'clock Edmund Hitch- ins, Esq., chairman of the local commit- tee of arrangements, rapped for order. He then introduced Colonel A. T. Brins- made, who, in the absence of Mayor Gardner, delivered the address of wel- come in behalf of the municipality. Grand Chancellor Ellis, of Troy, re- sponded and speeches were also made by Supreme Repieientattves W. B. Richie, of Lima; J. T. Burns, of Mans- field, and Past Supreme Chancellor Howard Douglass, of Cincinnati. The convention then went into secret session and the Grand Lodge rank was conferred on 800 Past Chancellors. Grand officers' reports were presented and referred. Just before the convention adjourns William Beatly, editor of the Toledo Bee, succeeds Ellis as Grand Chancellor of Ohio. Many of the delegates will re- main in the city until Saturday and will take part in the parade Friday. The report of S. A. Court, grand keep of records and seals, shows the total additions in membership during the year 1889 to have been and the losses The total receipts of sub- ordinate lodges during 1889 were 858, and the disbursements The total assets of the subordinate lodges on January 1 amounted to 8447.S32. During 1889 nineteen Past Chancellors died. IN HOLIDAY ATTIKE. The City Gaily Decorated for the Garfleld Memorial Ki CLKVZLASD, May city began putting on its holiday attire Tuesday. The day was bright and the new flags and streamers making their appearance in windows and over door-ways_ made a appearance. "The effect, too, "was electrical. A handsome flag at one win- dow was generally the signal for the display of another one across tbo street. Many of the down-town buildings were almost completely decorated before noon and many others put out a multitude of flags. It was only a suggestion of tbe appearance the city will present on Thursday and Friday CloTeland is already filling up with strangers. They can be seen in the stores, in the offices and on the streets everywhere. Nearly all of the suburban trains brouzht good crowds into the city Tuesday and the people, as a rule, seemed to be prepared to stay until after the services Friday afternoon. TO FIGHT MONOPOLY. Hank OfBcrra Cxpmcd. PrrrLVPEr.riitA, May a meet- ing yesterday of depositors of the de- funct Bank of America, the committee of investigation reported that probably fifty per cent, would be realized on de- posits. The committee also declared that the bank's semi-annual dividends had not been paid out of alao that the directors are liable to criminal prosecution tor as well M for making loaas on bad veeuriUcs. The bank's officials drew