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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1890, Salem, Ohio THE DAILY EWS. VOL. II. NO. 257. SALKM. OHIO. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30. CENTS. Slaughter ot" Nine Person! at IVrry Ga.. fur the Jiimlor of His Father, 1! oilier and Sisters. HS.tory of the for Which the Mon- iter re'J the Exlreine 1'enalty f tin i AS A Furmt-r .f on Uisliumy Af'.r-r Her to Have I Keen In Asylum MOSTKKAI., Oct. May, when the Lonirue .iu: asylutn burned, it bt-'ieved that over IP? people were t'en's had all been r' A'.nong those in the the wife of Csiiir.i-.-r. i ir-.n-r of St. Laurent. It thought had boon buruod. Tuesday nir.q; Gau- thier, coininsj in'.o produce whi-ii tbey SGGAR FROM BEE! Results of a Factory in n-roarer. i.i th f iily-t'.rth Annirer. Kei'haa'a atioV n.'d :r. it. Many t ii sun posed they In the Enter- prise Arc Thurosr-flily Satialiwl With tbo On askod her Sho j country. Canada and Caledonia whore i1 can bo in frreat quantities. hcrf and the surrender of tho charter. rs the Klainp Indiana S-.rTii J' Ind.. Oct. so. James G. T.iaine reached hero at noon on his way from Chicago to I Washington. Afsor partaking of lunch- j Mr. Hlaino, by Hon. Walter I'helps, was drivn to the skating rink, whic.U w.-is ril'ml with j R largo and 1 "f and Goshen 11 who ch'jured Mr. I'.iaine .ip- poured. Mr. Itiainc spoke for'.it half t am hour. His speech wu- to UarilT, reciproclv' airl Indinna's as a fighting iUi.'j, ia liio war a-d in elections. j Fc'lorntloti I I'lTT-iBt-KOH. Oct. i of the convention ofth" Hrothor- j of Locomotive tb'.1 'od- eration was The con- ventioa d'-cided to with Unitt-d of Hallway j riviT repre- of T.IT, at triers. alarrn TV.T.S.I TI r v Tbf inr: at rn'1 II. ilurleil Alire. T'Mii. O., Oct. T. who took an ovr-rdos" d KlLCtOUIS UUT.DO3f8. la by GUTIIUIK, 0. T., Oct Tbo legisla- tive hall was thrown intoan uproar yes- terday ovnr tbo action of lioprcsontativo Torrill. The Assembly had boon In slon all of Tu'isday aiifht until two a. tn., when Terrill demanded that Sena- tor McCarthy, wbo on tho Uoor lob- bying for tbo Kingfisher bill, be ejected. Tho Speaker refused to com- ply with tho request, wtoon aail he would loave tho hall. The ypoaker ordered tho door locked, but Torrill kicked It opon and wout out, followed by so many members that tho Assembly adjounied. Wednesday tuorning Tetrill walked to his desk ar.d, laying- a revol- ver on it, said ho would see whether tho Speaker and others would bo allowed to brazenly disregard the rules of tho House. Tbe sc-rgoaut-at-arms after a struggle disarmed Torrill, who went out to hunt another gun. Tho bill was de- feated. i .if Ar to tin- rrlothnort. Oct. opening coro- monios in coniu'Ction with tue twenty- j fifth anuiverMiry oi Archbishop Feehan's e'lOvation to were held Wednesday ni-ir-iin.' in c.ithe-lr.xl. About 4i10 priests and manv church dig- j nitarios were present and manv persons I wero unable to gain admission to tho edlfico on account of tbo tlironir. I'on- tifical was celehrated with tho ArchMxhop as colohrant and tho ser- mon was preached by Hish-ip llogan, of Kansas City. Al tho close of the serv- ices the priests and tho prcl.ue-i went to the Auditorium Hotel, where n banquet was Kotween and peoplo pjr- ticipHtod in the grand lon-lilight procos- sion last night. The a'.one had 10.0HO men in liiu1. The proo-ssion was divided into four -ipc.tions. the first being composed of Italians, Military, colored people and French: iho second of Germans; thy third of Polos and heuiiaus aud tbe fourth of BuglisU- speaking I'.ohind t be-so came the organized societies. Every man car- ried a torch or lantern., and wore a mini- ature I'nitod States ilawr in tho button- hole of coat. Thoro wero -ixty bands in lino and thousands ot dollars' w.-.rth of firowork.s worii sont up. The Arch- bishop and his guests roviewed the pro- Cession from tho balcony uf the Audito- rium. UUIN PUKDICTED Events o5 AM> for a Jov rvu.i.K. M. a about forty r that i. lict l> XV. nltll. O., Oct. Mrs. -po-ted ar imlics iTxr-i'inMir. Fells K. had !n-r left the cily'0i-f in-." Kub- ark. O. lie is inarric I. a" n wife and chili! and '-Tii'v-d to the Newark: polico to I u SIICIM- di-d in ill-ill 1'irr, ut the mnnf-v ri-c.ovnr-xl II" will hi-rc fur trial. 'I'1- AS ndmini'stri'.ti'r of Mrs. Alliin's b-i potato, and advisod tin- widow to sell her proper! y, which did. Sl.l.'iO. Tlio couplii tln-ii to citv, wlii-n; Miry ropro r.' J married, and wero known i Mr. Mrs. Robinson. thi.l vero and CIIAKGKD V Y. i :i KiiuoJ II. M. "vu-hine si tho peasants, who swnar death is preferable to serfdom. The ar" dev.roving property and in all flirfj-tions. l tnruit, dt3- covrreifl wan >.'o. M or H, and t.hnt hi-r anrtr'-, she camo to iBvi-stiiriitt1-! ca9o and th> dhoriff Sullweil at llilki- Vioro, ivlicrti ho u-iur i ii; of t.ho he-lies town. Nullwell c alms his first as tbo woman's kusbiud iviu livniy. TO A 111GHKIC TKIIJONAU Ir.Jtinitlon fait to f'n-VMt HIP i-iiolnt- ,if ofty the suit Maro- Mos- by to Tirt-vcnt him from appoi ting tho meinb.irs of Ibe newly created Hoard of City Affsiirs have fti'n.-ed V> take tho at to the Kum-unio Court for a flnftl Tun puLilion was thrrrtfore (lia-iiisKtvd tho Superior Court it will ho lioar'l by thp Court a1? so >n aa po'jsibro. Meaittme It in understood the mayor's who been Holoctud will not present lioiui.s for approval uor attempt to tliuir functions as office ri. ________________ O., Oct. Town Coun- cil met, In nessiou night to impHaoh J. C.. llainen. On t.ive niicht of N in: was nc.arly killod by Kdward Sf.anup, a man, who found him In bod with Sunup. IlainflB was triod iu the, common pleas court and acquitted, because in Ohio a Pinglo olTdnsu does not constitute adul- tery. The council proposed to try to prove ft crimo and rathur than further di.sifrneo hin family tho marshal t.ond- his resignation, in which he denies tho guilt charged. He was on his sec- ond innn and had fourleen mouths to SOTTO.________________ .Inlllilnl Cuti H VAN, DC'. Mil- ler, in jail here charge 1 with intent to kill, tried cido Tin.-sii.iy by cutting :in acase-knifo. Sni'jo .Mill'.-r hast jail it h'-'.-n found out t.ii.'.', two wives living and members of no oriranization. N. S.. O.-t. tino F-vanirolinr-. from Porto ar- rivod hero Wcdriosday afl-T ono nf xp'-ri- fnco'l. Tho brijjantino tho 4th Inst., and tho hoavy jjalos. During Lurrlcano tho Evanifciinfl th') wreck of a yr-ssol. She was ftitbor three-rnasU-d schooner or n baric, and lh'-. ntuuips of twoofhfr masts >nt Malte Ont Yotnc. fl'-f'T'-" who h'-ard th'' of A; Martin of for a printing bill of IIJM for fvimo tin.'-. finally d-T-'-l'-d on -lis- rnlssins: rornjilaint. Th" says it has n'-t ihown that tfi'- HI.. Sn" v filing and -n th-i The ZC'.T- as it struck the ground. with t sorvc-d three year.-- in His trial 'c: than stand ho c.hos-- '-ri'l Tli'- in hi-i t.hroi? on in he has i.i-t ai- pri.-ioii. "rod his Cow of blno'i. i: fatal Jc -.vlrv rivrtVNATl. -A thief Wudnosday morning to carry away a ffold chain, but bv a saioiuiar; ,11111 Bafoty in flight. He was closoly pur- flurd and caught two away in a hasomont ofT; H'-nfj Smith. a o Station iiablo diarr.-.n the ofJif-TS. of A punshot w.nind HN'-INNATl. Orl. SO. Mr. Swift, an a pork ar.'l pork rn h> lif'; a bank 7--- -J'-nt in Cincinnati Sar.k-.. a man flf-d in I'.l f-c rr.'-r" 3.'.7'-. av Lis T. St. onj his bat cna- LIMA. O.. Ort Tn'- <-IY tho Catholic at broken into hr chalice an.i There is no clue to tho 1 m m m I I: lira i A i ill ffl hi i ;