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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1890, Salem, Ohio THE SA ILY NEWS. VOL. II. NO. 240 SAhKM. oTHO. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10. TWO CENTS. HMGON IN Idl The President Visits the Coal Pal. ace at Otturmxra. Tlie Usual Thronjf Turns Out to Wel- come the Chief Magistrate. WORLDS KEC A 15'C Fsrade and m Visit Tcir! i to a Sl.iter and j of the Day. OTTUMWA, la., Oct 10. At pteh o'clock yesterday morning the Presiden- j tial train pulled into Ottumwa. On the sarival of the train Colonel Ballin'ral, president of the coal palace, escorted Mr. Harrison to a carriage. The Presi- dent's brothe-. John S. Ilarrison. of Kansas City, and his brother-in-law, T. J. Devine, were at the station. They were driven to Mr. Devine's house, the President took breakfast with his sistor, his and his brother. At ten o'clock the President was os- to iho coal palaco, where he was ioincd by the other members of his party. Arrangements had boon made j to give them a private viow of tho in- terior of the palace. Just as the Presi- dent left the coal palace thore was a light shower of rain, but arrangements for the parade were pushed forward rap- illy. The lin-. of march was through the principal streets of the city. An ampitheater had been built on the hill- side at the Adams school building. Throe thousand children were seated there, each with a flag in his hand. At a given signal the set of fliigs waved homage to the President, when three thousand childish voicossang a national sir. When the hoai of the procession reached the public square tho President and the other distinguished guests and Governor Holes left their carriages and took places on the reviewing stand and reviewed the parade. An enormous crowd surrounded the stand and the streets through which the procession passed wore lined with a dense crowd. Leaving tho stand the President re- sumed bis seat in the carriage with Gov- ernor Boies and was driven direct to the ;oal palace. There a large crowd was issernblod, but a militia company kept clear a passage frooa tho main entrance to the platform which had been erected near tho center of the great building. Tho President's entrance was groatol with applause. When the members of the President's wore seated Gov- srnor Boies in a brief speech welcomed the President to Ottumwa. Mr. Harri- son responded at some longib. After singing by a male quartette, speeches were delivered by Representa- tive Lacey and others. At the conclu- sion of Mr. Lacey's speech, tho Presi- lent returned to his private car. A jreat crowd gathered about tho car and nailed for the President so loudly that finally ho went out on the platform and spoke for a few minutes'. Among other things he said that the spontaneous jreeting which he had received gave him great courage in a world which was ao full of worry, and helped him to be- lieve that the voices of Complaint some- times about him did not reflect the true feeling of the people, who had no other interest than that the government should bo well administered and that public offices should be filled by com- petent and honest men. nn- CrMHEKt.Axn, Ont., Oct. The dead bodies of Mary and Eliza McOonigle, aged fourteen and twelve years, wore found Wednesday by a searching party who had been looking for them since Tuesday evening. The srirls had boon outraged and strangled to death. Xarcisse Larocquo, who was seen fol- lowing the eirls on their way home from school Tuesday afternoon, is under ar- rest on suspicion. The girls lived a taiio and a half from the village, whore they attended school. Academy of Munic Uarang-eri by Fire PiTTsnui'.Gii, Oct. Harry Will- iams' Academy of Music was badly dam- iged by fire Thursday morning. Tho "a.-nes, of unknown origin, were discov- ered in a shooting gallery on the first noor of the building-. The fire burned 'or two hours and the lower floors were xi-r.plotoly gutted. The stage settings ind theater furnishings wore only 'lightly damaged. Tho total damage to 'ju'-lding and contents will amount to 510.000; fully insured. lsnne !tall. Following are the scores of Thurs- day's games: AMEKICAX ASSOCIATION. At Rochester 10, Ath- letics 4. At Syracuse 2. Baltimore At Toledo T, Louisville 0. At St Columbus', St. Louis 5. EXniniTinv GAME. At Cincinnati I'ufT.iio 4, Cincinnati I. Two HrnVemcn Killed In m Wreck. PHILADELPHIA. OcL A freight was wrecked early Thursday inora- at St. Paul Urook. a station oa the N'ew York division of tbe Beading rail- eleven miles from hero. Twc -were killed and an engineei Sreman T'ae wreck canirbt and thirty cars with their coateats consumed. More rrcc. ArBcxx. Y.. Oct. 10. Louis Bieral completed the ser-ing of sentence of la State prison, lor years lor the shooting of Surveyor ia the York cnstom house, lew the usual commutation for good beharlot. and irat diacharfei _ Extra Stwrra of Oct A Washing- top MjiBg rnwident determined to mil a ol Conmw VM to fmtortef. Mr M: S Out Ail J'rrvloiK i nce consolidation subject was that the Na'.ional had tho bfist of thii Jiijhr. and that if any conces- sions are to tn raado should come f. om tho Players' Tho L-jaijiio wont into executive so-s-iion at jx m. The following resolution w-is adopted by tho National Lfajruo Ri'solvcil. That Messrs. A C; SpiIIin- John D Day ur.d C. E. UvTiif .1 conference coruuiittee vt Hires to coniur with u s-'m. ur ;ti.-o of tho Amerciin A-iS-n: ;illon. lo m'-ct wh'ch we hur b -n ad- vised Lms beea up'uia'.fd t'.io Players' Leapui. consiJ'.-'.g of E. B Tikott. U'l'ii-lcil Goo'lvrhi unj A( -If'iusou. smJ said cnmm.tioe is hernby r -qu' stod to n.'tmrt t.'ie ro- suh such cnnf-Tenco to ttiu meeting ut its earliest convcnie.-ir.e. Al the tho three, commit- tees every po-i-iible plan for conciliation was discussed, but nothing doflnite was aifi-oed upon. The joint committee a resolution that bo- Epltoma of Late Happenings m the State. tween October 0 ill no negotiations or contracts will be entered into with any p'ayer by any of the clubs. Thecon- fore will meet again Oc- tober -2U._______________ UNION VKlMJUAN LXGIOy. Natlmot I nciiitip- y-C'ivs Four WAYXK, Ind., Oct. 10. -The ses- sion of the national encampment of the Union Vetocan Legion yesterday was taken up mostly in amending tho rules and by-laws of tho organization. The time for election of oflicers in all subordinate camps was changed from De- cember to August. Heading. Pa., was selected place for holding tho -noxt national encampment, and the time was set lor Oc 8 and 1801. Tho following wore elected: National Gen- eral Miller, Philadelphia; Senior Vice Commandor, Sanv.iol Hodginson, Steu- benviilf, O.; Junior Vice Commander, W. A. Clark, Huticr, Pa.; Quartermas- ter General. K. R. Itlair, Potoskny, Mich.; Inspector General. W. C. Web- ber, Cincinnati; Surge-cm General, Dr. C. P. Piltsbiirgn; Chaplain-in- Cbicf, Ilev. John A. Pittsburgh. The; ladies' auxiliary of the Legion also elected otlicers and after tho installation of the now oflicers tho encampment ad- journp.d. BEATRICE, Neb., Ost The busi- portion of vUlage of Pickreli, SCTen miles norUi of this city, was most completely wiped oat by Sre Wed- nesday The Sre originated some cnkaowa in the hardware store of 0. C Skinner A Co., buildings and contents Italfci Oct. WM al- _____panic on Stock Excbaaft jwterdav, owlnf to nuaon theataadiof of tlw Iwrfwt ictad with i Moetosboml "OT the Ala.. Oct. dead b-xiy of R-J'VJ U-irro-K-s reached h'-r'- yesterday and was upon by hnndreds as it lay in the plain bo? enclosing it I; was tikea to Co-jTity aad delivered his father at Sutioa. Tho oH j wept at the sight of bis boy's re csaitw and bis sister into hjifcsries, crying that be iras snot down like a doff- Ini, Oct. an! laymen froaa erery State and erery U attend- ance at tbe American Christian oovtea- tion ia aenion ia tail city. tvpott of Dr. Loojr, of oomfw- enoe, was the principal of U 414, aH depart Ot OfeOTCB te tho Anil-Lottery ATLANTA. Oct. post- office yesterday tho wuokly edi- tion of tho Atlanta Constitution which contained -a distribution offer to its subscribers, to be sottlod by a Christ- mas drawing. About 100.00 i papers got out before the j was undo and tho northern edition uf 1-l.U-J J is detained. Trie paper o.'fen-d to g-ive bond for any amount to covor any verdict which might be b-it tho postal au- thorities were- and refused to let tbe papers yd the mails. Trying to IVt-v-nt Flifht. LONDON, Oct. 10. Thomas Mann, of the Dockers' Union, is doing- his utmost to bring the mon to reason and prevent them from plunging into a life and death struirsrle wiLi: tho ship- owners. This course is undoubtedly duo to bis perception that such a struggle at this time would mean life to the Ship- owners' Federation and doath to the Dockers' Union, for tbe federation ia amply prepared for contest, tha union is half bankrupt. In the Sonrh, B.u.TiMoitB, Oct. Manufac- turers' Record reports the closing of a contract for tbe construction of steel works, including three furnaces, rolling mill, etc., atTredotrar, Alabama, to employ, -when completed, over 3.000 hands: a large tin plate mill to bo built at Savernake. Va.: a S200.9W rolling- mill at Cardiff. Ten n.. and company to establish manufacturing en- terpriaoi at Roanoke. Va. to WASHINGTON, Oct. lO.-Sccretary Win- tro biiCk. Uo attemptpd to stop thf Ci-iiis uu? at him with u whip. Smith a f rowinl a ritlo from ;i propi'i pretonao of kil Hp.g himsolf by tbo appeared he ihrec breaking both 'jail Struck SOT.n ai'l'OIUlt IK-KU, h.r pocket and i.-i.-, :iii-. li" tbo mur.xlo of tin- gu-n i-i his "t'l1. pulled the ;iml blow hin brains. Crins was bivii" ht to tho hos- pital horo y-'-sterdav. ,-to-? serious. Sniitl-.'s body v. :is brx.ev.rht Smith ia ;i wealthy dealer. i- nii'ps, under tt'd t'.irj STAKTLIXU CM >y s- >X. A Slvir.- iu t to Ilor rrnin c .V. ilou- toiup'ntpil. LEAYicxiviritTii, Oct. 10. Mary Kutzahn, daughtpr of Mrs. for whoso murdiT Charles .A. arrested at .T ! vrook. has uinde a conft-ssion. SV' '-hat sho and Honson planm-d thu murdor ol Mrs. Mcttmar. so that could DOS- snss tho.iisolvs of Mrs. Al'-i tr-.ian'sniotiey and live together. Mr-. do- nlcs, howoviT. thats'.c any positive knowledge of tho cirou of murder. A st.artlinjr f-vrnre of the con- fession the that I5on- son had also planned r week the Ruck Island train on i'rn-v Mot-liiian, brother of Mrs. an on of tho murdered woman. in urdor to cause thf> l.itter'sciciiih and'securo his lifo insurance. Thev 11 Tln-ory I lie of njf Yht'tf i Oct. A mm-hrr of deal inutp.s nsscmblcd in the Church of tho Good Shrphord Wednesday night and. wi'rf ;iddrrssc-d in Lh'-sirni lnuguatri: by Several prominent routes in protest; rocontlv prrniuluntcd tboory of Prof. Alexander G-ahf-m Hell. Mr. Bell has declared tV'ii' :ho congpnitnl rleaf and dumb parents nro airiest to inherit und n Congress to pass a Inw pro- vontin r thoir in tor rinsrp. It had. boon announced that a slebato would. tako nlnco, but tho arguments appeared to be all on ono side that of opposition to Mr. Hell's and tbo a-'som- blacro was in enthusiastic accord with. all tbc sneakers. KiiJulniMl. LYVN, Mass., Oct. 10. A hns bpon thrown in the ranks of tbr-. labor circ-lr-s of thiM city, in the shape ot an injunction issued by Jiidjre. Clarion, of UIP Suporir Court, aeninst thf> b'-rs of tbe Cutters' Union who aro rann- asintr tho nrnscnt Htriko, and ordorinir all futhi-r intimidation of ivorkrn-n ,-it Bros.' shoo factory to Tho rospondonts aro nnjoint-d from pnr- vmtincr any ono from approaching- the facto-y for work, by intimidation or Buaslnn, or doinjz anything tending injure Rumsi-y Bros.1 business. jf- SAN- DJKOO. Cal.. Oct. has boon from Kosario -niric. sovont.y milos inland frorri M.'iZ.'itlan, of a terrible pxplosion whi'ih occurred, thoro tho latter part of September. AOJ American named Mcfreo who camo Napa, Cal.. was wjrVin'f with Mexicans in a sixty-foot level tho macazinp. which rontainod hundred pounds of dynamite. Thii some way cxplodod and tho men. wore blown to atoms. 5. J., Get immday ntmrweA a terdlet hoM- FraiKkt for Vn. Villw Ho WM M ooaatj JaU await Frintiir Ind., Oct. 10. Shumm. -i printer on tbo MuncioTiroc-i. laid down on the Hi? Four track nuar Salins. this county. Wednesday, and by a freight train. Tic laid down outside t.he track with neck on the rail, holding his head it, would under tho pilot. He lo-.vca a widow and eight children in destitute. circumstances. lie was driven ins.'sna by sotting up tho description of a mur- der case. of I'iin.Ai.Ki.i-inA, Oct. now cruiser Newark, which loft Crt shipyard Thurs'iay on bor ini- tial trial trip, returned in the afternooa. with a section of her machinery brvil: _'n_ Those who were on the that her speed was rery gr- .at an 1> promises V) bo one of the fastest -e.viois ever launched. ST. PACI. Minn., Oct. Bros., contractors, bate executed a of general assignment. The will reach There is no tloubfc that bad tbc Srm been able to contracts now on band it would t all liabilities. YORK, Oct. It has been aiMlj aetUe4 taat tbe <1 carom tovnanest, to tbc baiic will 'ily alict c-i v 1 ;