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THE EVENING ITEM. Vol. I. DAYTON, OHIO, THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1890. .. M@ LAW RULES And No St.r.~et Cars Run in Columbus. TBB STRIKERS AND THEIR SYMP.A• THIZERS REIGN SUPKBllltE. Women Take 11.n Active Part in Stop• :Ping the Cars·-Public Sympathy Al• moat a Unit in the Striker• Favor-No :Blood Shod Yet, l3ut Unlea• a Settlement ia Reached, Turbulous Timea ,Arc Sure to Oome. Couamus, 0., June 12.-The Colum· bus Consolldated Strt!et Railway made another effort to start cars in the morn· Ing at ten o'clock, aud r.110 results a,nd scenC'~ cnactr.d were similar to those on Monday. 1'hc· ca.r~ had procoed<'d bnt a few square~, whero thousands ha.d gathered and the tracks wore blocked with stone 1tnd rubhi~h. One of the new cmployos was dflvon otf by threats of arrest for receiving money under false pretenses. He had been bought oft' by the 1 strikcrs. The women took a big hand in stopping the C<trs. 'l'hc mayor was present a1.nd ordered the arrest of two citizens who were blocking the tracks. The situation was thrc11tening, but no one was injured. The employos at some o! tho leading mnnnfactorios closed down and tnrn<'d out as soon as they learJ1ed that cars W<lrc to be started. Their object was to aid to the strikers. The mitror is preparing a list and getth1g l'Pady to ciill a meeting of leading citiz,ms to consider the threatening situation. The mayor claims tho police force is inadcqute to tho task. If a compromise is not reached the mayor states thiit h" will ask for the military. The dcma11d is m11,dc by the street railroad company, 'l'lH· <o1fort to start the r.ars was a comp! PIP railtl1'1!, and it is claimed by the strlk!'rs a~ another of their series of vlctori• ·~. The ca.rs were returned to the ba.rn, a11d it is intimated that another atl<'mpt to get cars out will be made this art1·rnoon. The company and police are 1:e1•pinl( their own counsel and not publlshing their movements in advance. INDIANAPOLIS. bishop o! Cashel oflfriating. The church ai. tJlll. 1,;:1til"Cll o; ~;r. ;. ·11ar:es, the M'Ch I DEBrrs wa~ c'rowdcd to its doors with a distlniuisl1Pd audienc<'. including nearly i\11 the Irish m0111b1'rs of parliament. Promi- OF .HONOR nent arnoug the latter w1iro Parnell, O'Connor. Snllln~11 and )[cCarthy. L&tcr in the da,y Mr. :ind Mr~. O'llritiu left for Pari~. whcre thPy will pu ' S their honeymoon. Ame1•ican Prote11tant Anocio.tion. CmcAuO, June l::l.-Thc right worthy grand lodge or the American l'rotl'Stant Assoclatlon opcrwd its annual Sl'crct session at Lincoln lfalJ, with grand master John Wilson, o! Pltt~burg, in the clmlr. Nine-five delegates were in attend:inco, many of whom r<>prnscqted subordinate grand lodges or tho several states, The report o! chc graud master was pronounced the most masterly statement of the associations' objects that had been made for years. -------- Mary Anderson'• Marriage. Lo1rnoN, Juno 12,-The marriage of young Mr. Nav:1,rro to lifary Anderson ls now dcfinlkly fixed for tho 17th o! this month. To Limit the Workday. lJ1rn::om, Juno 12.-fh.,·b$ workingmen have decided to oblu,i u i<o:dslatiou lo limit a workda)' to tC'n iwur~. FURNITURE MAKli:ItS Hold Their Second Anll.ual Convention. in Chica.go. CmcAoo, Jnnc 12.-The Xa,timrnl Furnituro ~fanufacturers assoeia.tiou met In this city in Its sce>ond annual convention. Prcsi(lcnt Cl.mrlos R Sligh, or G!·and RapiJs. was 111 the cha.ir 1111d appointed A. A. llrown, of Cincinnati :rnJ (;hiorgc M. J:i,quc~, of New York, a committee on credentials. ~faror Cregicr welcomed tho delegates to Chica~o in a !'cw words, and his address w11s happll)' respondud to by Prcsidc11t 8liirli. A tl•mpornry orgitnir. atlou w11,; l'ornwd, with Adolph Kal'j1011, tho roguliir secretary, a~ temporary sccrot11ry. The u bjPc·t• !or discussion bcfm·c the c·ommltttol' arc: The ci.ucstion of freight 1·lassific:nlon; the idea of having orw s<'t of ~tylcs adopted by the mauufactur·oriii per y<'ar instead of two styles as M μrosent; thl' Torry bankrupt ii1w now l.Jc!on• congr11~s, and tho manual tra.l11i11g school. Till' committ!' c o.r1 <'xport trade will probably report boforr. the clo~r of the Muvention, and the labor Q.tl('stion will uadoubtedly come up for di~c"~"ion. House Passes Dependent Pension Bill, WITH TBB BBCOKXBND.ATIQNS OF THE CONFE:&JUfOX. Silver QuHtion and Cattle ,Impprtatlon Still Occu11¥ the S•nate -. Xi.nneaota Editors in Wa•hinaton---4- Coiitractor Oonvicted-·Tbe Bel1rian ' Gl••• Blow-er• ··Routln• Hou•e, and Oth•r >lot ... Hou11e. WASIIINOTON, Jurw 12.-At the morn· Ing session Mr. :l'lorrlll, of Kansas, presented the couforouce report. on tho sen· a.to dependent ponsl<111 bill, Mr. Springer, of lllln'ois, asked that the report go ornr until tomorrow in order that It ml~ht be printnd 111 tho Rocord and memlwr,; h" giv1m an opportnnity to oxamlrui Its prnvlslous, but ]llr. Morrill obj1wtt"d. The provious c1ue::tion was ordored-yoas, 115; 11ays, 7tl. · 1\Ir. :Morrlll. in exphrnatiQn of the report, stat"d lilltt the conference commit. t<•e lu~d ~trud• out th1• d1•pe11dcnt fea.ture of th" ,;1•natu bill, and the service feature of the lw11so blll. Tho 11H~a!ll1ro as detcrmiund upou was uot exactly what ho would ell-sire, but it was the best'that he could obtain. It would distribute $35,- 000, 000 :1111011g the poor soldiers of the nation. Con fore nee 1·0111111ittee reported on the trnst bill, upon which there was a. debate o! two hour~, Messrs. Sanborn, Bland, A11dl•rso11. (K1i11sas) Liud, Lacey and ~fa~on (llliuois) taking pu,rt, This report w11s on tho Sherman scc11et bill, which was am1md('d still furtl),cr ' ln tho sc11.,.to, thou ro!errce to the conference committuo. A vote is to be taken on It immcdfatcly alter the reading . ot tho journal in tho morning. --· The apprqprh\tlon committee reported additional 1\IUendments to the house con· tlngcnt expenses aud an u.ddltlonal one of $7,000 for the buroau of printing and engraving. Thoilc 111mcndmept~ wore concurred In and the house adjourned. Senate. WASlHNOTOX, Juno 12.-In the senate Senators Euiitlli, o! Loulsla.na, and Tur- A HOME FOR PRINT.EK& pie , of Indla1.nli., addressed the senate Where "30" May :Be Ca.llad :l'ar :From upon the sll\'or question. Both of the the Hungry Shylock. senators argued In favor of tho passage NUBBINS OF NEWS FROXTHEOAP· ATLA:>;'l'.A., (:a., .Junc• 12.-.\t the sos- of u !rlJC COillli.i'O lll("l'ure. In· conclud· ITAL OF INDIANA. slon of the Typogmphieal union tho spe- l11g hill spoech Mr. Enslli contnu*od the ..&. llrideirroom in .J&il--11l'otable Divorce Oo.se--Fort Wayne Lady Qraduates at the Deaf and Dumb Institute--Ded· !cation of Hendrick's Monument. clal committee 11 ppoinlcd to con.sider mat- young emperor of Oerma.ny anf1 !1!11 symters pertaining to the proposcid home at pathy with the WOJ'lclng cJa1.g11oi with the Colorado Springs ruportod favorln(P: the prosidont or the Unltod .Sl.11tes, who, he uso of tho Childs-Brc:rnl Cnnd for that s11id, w11s not a~ accessible to the Ameripurpnse. Under the (:ommittc•e's phrn can people H tho Gorman omporbr .had t,berc would \)(' ti rtecn trusto<'s, the pres- shown hhnsol! to his poop le. Tho prosient Childs-Drcx1JI trustee holding t,ho long dent or the United States was not &9 • , 9 ,. . I term, tho othi•rs to be 1111,ct(•d. A per S):mpathctlc with ,the griova1.11co~ or the I:1m~.DU.f'OUS, June 1~.-1\ 11lic Aiken, capita tax of $l yearly is to bH lovicd for people as the Gorman lllll(Jerqr had. a li:111dso1~1e, well-dressed follow hailing the ~upport of the honw. 'fhe m!l.ttor shown hlrnsel! to be. The remedy, fro:n Eva!1sville, waived examination was ('Onsit.lorcd in <' 0111 ,, 1111 ,.,. of tho however, wa~ Jn tho hands of the Americhargcd with burglary. He was under whole :tud thl\ convcutll•ii ,\ 11 , unanl- can lH'Ople who :~lone made senators, betrotl1al to a.n estimable young lady In mous coucerning- tlw gi•m·ml piau. A ropres1~11tatives 11.1~d prcsid~11h. , lloughvillo and the m1wrfage was ap- 3415, 000 Jionw will undoubtedly be built At}h~ clO~(l .of Su11ator 1 urplc s speech pointed, but was prevented by his arrest. at Colorado Spring~.. I favo1111g. free colrur.jl'o, a~ no other ~en- The burglary was committed on Farmer ator dosrrcd to spoak on the qucstwn, Reading's propr.rty, and but for tho fact A Heavy Failure. tho siln•r bill went over without furtner that Atken's shoes, which he had left be- C111cAGO, J u11e l~.-rtoburt Warren dls!'usslon until tho ne:i.:t day, whon, it is hind in his rapid flight, were identified & Company, 01u• of !111• oldl' t commi~slon u11<ll'rstood, Senator Evuts, of Kcnby his swcarthea.rt the authorities would firm~ on the ilouru of t rad.,, faihod. The tueky, will la.Im the floor arid address have had no case. liabilitic~ arn rou!!lily 1•s1imatl'u at ~500,- thl' ~enale upon the qostion. The Commercial Club will discuss a. plan 000 with asse>l$ about 111 .. •a111C'. I S(rnator 'Vt·~t thou socurcd considers.- to furnish free fuel gas to manufacturers 'l'lw. lirm !1"'s h1•r<ot(~furn ranked very tion for the blil to prohibit 1nonopoly in locating hero. high finaucial.ly 1i11d its Juilurc crratod th<' transportation or cattle to torolgn Austin c. Childs, favorite nephew of general surpnsP among those who wcro I ~ouutrlos, whleh was pa~scd without disAustin Corbcn, the railroad magnate, not a,t!quaintcd with tlw l'normou~ spccn- ' cu~slo11. Tiro amc11dmc11tollerod on ~Ion· over two years ago married Maud John- lativc transadio11 of tire J>riucipal part- 1 day by 8euator Hu.le boing tint iigreed son, of Indianapolis, and throe days later ner. During th1• rl'ccnt slHtrp :tdvancc to. deserted her. She has been granted a in wheat dtw li1rgcly to the m!111ip11lation Mr. Vest then moved that the' joint divorce. She says ho left her at the of the St. Louis "Art Club.,. W11rron resolution in rog11rd to the export trade solicitation of proud and wea.lthy rela- was ~t heavy trader. The break in whc11.t in cattle be con~idcrcd which was done tlvos. values Jollowiug as it did the drup in and the i'esolutiou ag~ood to: -, It pro: Thirteen pupils graduated from the provi::iou~ and wheat, is tho supposed vidc~ that tho president be re,Q,ucstod st11te deaf and dnmb institute. Among cause ot the failure. through tho state department, ~o nogo: them was Cora Todd, of Fort Wayne. The Vanderbilt Railway Octopu•. tiate with Groa.t Britain for the purpose i>hc has been in the school ten years. Crnc.wo, June 12.-It i~ practically of secn'l'lng tho 11brog~tlon or , mpdtfica- A telegram from New York, says tho ccrta,in that after the next a,nnnal moot- tlon of the reg11h1t10us now enforced delayed parts or Hendricks monument lng of the Union Pacific th11 Y:indl'rbilts ' w)Jicl~ rcc111lre cattle l.mport,ed into Gre&t hiwe rP.achcd there from Italy, it Is now will be in <'ontrol and tililt Pre!<ldent Brltarn from tho U111tlld Statos to be corta.ln that the unveiling ceremonies Huglritt, or Lh<' ::\orthwc•,;teru, will bo slangh~OJ·od a.t the port of _ .entry, a:nd cli.n occnr July first. presidimt of the mitirn Union Piiciilc- prohlbrLin~ tho same from being cf!.l·r1ed A heavy rain storm swept over this Northwestern sv,anm. Little by little alive to 0L1or places ln said kingdom. city at throe o'clock r.this afternoon, enough fact~ hav<• 1 .. a :;l•tl out to demon- After bolng th~roughly discussed both lightning struck a house on Iowa street I strate this. pro and con by :Senators Ha1.le, Plumb, knocking off. & chimney and breaking a Thc coutrncl l><·tw,.cn the Union Pa- VClst, Platt, Coke, Reagan a.nd Ho&: tho bolo through tho roof and setting a bed cilic and ::\orl h · .. ·"L"rn wus a contract resolutlou w1u llually agr.oed to wrtl_wut on fire. I by a V:iuu••rl,;ilt wil h ,1 Yanderbilt and arnC'1.1dmont. Mr. Vost ai§o . rccc1vod Indiana Pen•ion•. has bce11 si 111 pl r a u•,r whir·h ha.; provod co11~1dcratlou Cor the bi-JI providing tor the two sy~LOlll:' Cl\11 lJC iuun• <'COnorni• the lllSL)llCtion of live Cattle aud beef W .A.SJIINOTON, June 15.-The following ca.lly opcrat•Jd a~ onu. Xouu of the produc.ts intended for export to foreign pensions have !Mien grantea to residents Northwestern otlicials wlll tulk tor pub- couptrws. . . of Indiana: llcatlon. 1o thl~ brll Senator Paddock h\d pre- Origimil-Edward L. White, Kokomo; pared qmto ll.n o:xten•ivc .,amendr,nent o! J&mos ::\lcCorub~. Hartford City; James Re Weara Diamond&. which in ::i.rr. Paddock's atiscucc, Scn11.tor A. Humphrey, Fort Wayne. Increase- Cmc;1..oo, June 12.-Thc familia1.r old Plumb took charge. 'rho a'nrcndrntmt em- Clark Canfield, Anrom; Arid.rew J. Smith, game wus worked on tl.w jewelry firm of braced the wholo of Uw original bill, and D&nvilhi; Abniha,rn Sherman, Marion; Shourds & Ku,spcr, In State street yos· exteudcd it~ provisions to every slaugh ·Christophcr Mynrs, Log11nsport; William tcrday a~ternoon. A wcll-~rcssod young t1irlng establlshnrnnt In' the t(nlted Perkins, Montgonwry. Roissno-Andrew man desir(Jd to sor. some diamond rlngii. , States pn11•idlng for an anti mortem as R Da.vis. Crnwfordsvillc; John McClel- When a tmi.y full was placod borore him well as 1i post mortem inl!pcction · of the Ian, Auburn; Thomas Culbertson, M&rl- he plckedJUP three, valued at about $1,- cattle. I 011: Audrow T. Act,on, Bedford; Samuel 200, and dnrted 0!1t of the ~tore. Thr!)e The 1m1u11dmcnt was , by requpst of Roberts, Versailles; Joseph Slnslbaugh, clerks purlrncd lrnn, but he made his Senator Vest finally wlthdl'>\Wn by Mr. Indianapolis; Ruel W. l~uggltt. Reissue esc11ooo In ~L<J crowd of shopper~ on the Plnmb,and tho original bill .Jlassod without and increa.se-}litcbl'li Gum. Carbon. street, and has not be1111 capturt!d. amendment. Original wjdows, Nc.-AJ1:1.1cs E., widow plood.-d ~tock Sale. The senate thou took up the business of John T . . Smith, 'l'r1'nton; minors of NEW Yom;:, June 1:?.-The Dixlans on tho calendar and carrh•d 11nd passed Abner S. Sandl'r~, Kew CumbPrland and yearlings, the property of ~fajur Thomas quiet n m1111bcr ot important bills, also a. :Muncie; Lucind:t B., widow of Andrew of Lexington, Ky .• were sold in the large number or t>l!nSion bills. T. McFadd1)1J, Indiarmpolis. paddock at :Morris Park. The young- A Contractor Convicted. • Hon. William 0'.Brlen's Wedding. stars as a who!: were a firw l'.>1>l>ing}ot, W ,\SllIXGTOX. Juuo .12.-The second Lo:sno::o;-,_J 11110 12.-Tlll' 1111wriage of and good pru·i•s Wl'f'P r<"alrr.cd. fhe assistant 11o~t11111stor Gc111•r:d \\'ilitliold William O'Jlricn :t1Hl .Mlle. lfaifalavich, , . h?r~~s bo~.g~t, by Dr. Cartl'r arc for receivud inform~tiuu tha.t the criminal dtL.llghto_r of the Paris biJ;nker, took place ;F1c11c Lo1 rllaid. action fostitutcr! :1.n,inst W. A. Sloddard. tlrn fa.ili11g cui1tnwwr. has n:sulLcd i11 his conviction iu the United States court at Portland, Ma.Inc. This is the first case on record where a conviction has boon secured In the casr of a failing contractor, and it h. believed thut the r!'sult will be to correct a grPat aud growing evil in the posia.I scr1·ice. Xinne•ota Editors in Wa•hington. WASlllXOTOX, Jnne 12.-The Minnesota odltor11 are apparently having a most enjoyable time during their visit to Washington. After a morning spent at the capitol they wore tendered au excursion w Mt. YPrnon and othe>r points on the river by the ~fln111•sota delegation In congre~~. who with thrir wives 1tnd a few invited guc~ts, accornpanicd the party. WHEBB THE MONEY GOES. The Lon1remt Sundry Ciyll Appropria· tion Bill on Record. WASHINGTON, D. C., ,Tune 12.-Clutirmau Cannon roport!'d the sundry civil appropriation bill. It fills one hundred and forty pagei> and the longest bill of the kind yet reported. It carrit•s appropriation for lo11g list of light houses and public buildings. It )lrO\'ldP8 for the enl& rgenwnt of soldiers' hom('s at Santa Monica, Calif., and lllarion, Jud., contains an a1ipropriation of $75.000 !or tho wilC:Noi 'ProsecU:i& Hall. MoNTmaL, Juuo 12.-Judgc Des Noyors went to the gerwral ho~pital to take Cowles dt•positlan against Hal!'. Cowles however, refused to Jar any charge and Hale will be discharged. Who the Boirus Writen Were. Bwomsoi:o.x, June 12.-Thc faculty has takeu inul action in rcf<'renco to the authors of "the bogus." Robcrt~ou, Board, Bloss and Post wore 1~xpelled 1 and tho names of Hui ltr·L•d, W. D. llowe and Smith lt1•111i we1·" dropped from tho roll, which 1m•ans indt'llnite suspension. J. D. Wallingford was 11ot rxpell<!d, but was censured. He had uothiug to do wltb writing or distrllJuli:;,;; the p1\pus -110 onll' .lcuow that it was bl!iDll donn. A Cracker Tru•t. CHICAGO, J1u1c 12.-The cracker trust has its -grip on Cllicago :\11d is preparing for tho eicction of a mammoth factory that will CO$t fully ~600,UOO. In addition to Chicago, President W. ll . . Moore say~ other trust factories will be built in citio~ farther west, notably iu St. Louis, )Iinne· avolis and Kansa,: Ci~v. JrBWB IN A NUTSHELL. San Diego h11d two small earthquake shoclcs. Butldlng trade strike at Now York sottlcd': Mou won. Rev. C. A. Young myslcrlously mi sing from Mt. Washington, Pa. Gorman i'Overnment will go into tho pro;iecutlon of anar<'hists wholcsal<'. Band wagou ran ov<'r and seriously Injured slx students at Oberlin, Ohio. Tommy Sutton, boy who Ji\'ed nlnctysix days on soda wat<>r at Dubu4ue, Is dead. At Marion, Ohio, a horse wu scared .to death at tho sight or a tra,ction engine. Belgian glass blow __ -,, brought over under contract, sent buck to Europe, Tueaday. Louisiana lottery peopll' are likely to plunge In the sonp. Cau't work the legislature. AuHtralia is prC'parin~ to build war ships and try to bl'cornt· an int.lcpcndcnt government. An Eric trai11 mu down and fatally hurt lloodlc·aldc·rmn.u Pierson, New York, Tuesday. A man jumped off Goat island bridge, Niagara l!'alls, Tuo ·day, and swam over the brink to death . Shortago or $17,010 in Michigan's sol· diers' homo, and tho trustees have to put up personal mont•y. John Ah 811111 b11pl l~l'd in baptist faith at Spokane Falls. Will go to China and convert his colostlal bn>thron. Twenty-four Chinanll'n raptured in the Arizona desert by Unitl'd StM<'s officers, Tuesday, nearly dead for want of w:itcr. Union with the grncrul ~ynod was discussed by the sy 11od of the Reformed Presbyterian church, at New York, without action. Ex-Sheriff W. 8. Troyrr. now the democratic state reprl'sP11lative from Holmes county, 0., is reported ·hort in hi& accounts about .,.5,000. The annual couventio11 or tho master c&r builders mot at Fortress Monroe, Va., for a week'~ session. Over eight hundred deh'gates an• pre ·ent. Joseph Ilutker, or Cincinnati, aged seve11telln yca.ril;. juu)pcd from the Cov· ingtou ~;, Newμort bridg" into the Licking river, Tues<J~ a,ml wa~ drowned. The corn111011 pll'us court n.t Cleveland, 0., h1\s decld1!d that boiler shops arc not Sunday noce~sltlcs. lt will probably re· suit In !'losing u.11 the shops 011 8unday. McAlo!Ster collrg<', at St. Paul, is to be aba.ndouod. It is undPr Presbyterian control, but the church can not longer ha.11dle a debt of ::,tl30,000 that is still growing. R1w. Fatlu•1· Qnigl1·y, vastor or St. Fr&neis d,, 81d1•s church, Toll'do, 0., ha• been i11dil't1·d fur rl'fu,;ing to report the mmilwr or pupil,; in thP 1>arochial schools, as n·111iirl'd by law. John Crook Turnl'r, tllC' notorious ont· Jaw of :'.\liddll•borough, Ky., who wa. shot in th<l neck Sunday ln~t by his cousin, Will 'l'nrner, anothcr uotorious clu~ractl'r, diod from tlw etri•c b o! the wound. 'l'ul'llor is in the custody of the officers. No. 38. JOHN A. SCHENK, 108 South Jefferson St., - Prices thatNon .. Canl\latcbl Quall ties that Nona Can Equal Direct Dealer In al Goods I Sell lJlf'IE Cl>l.:.1!> ~El.:.J)lBl.:.E PIANO AND ORGAN HOUSE. Pianos and Organs Sold and Rented on monthly installments. All goods sold upon their merits ! None Misrepresented ! a II and Examine Goods and I Will Save you Monev. THE WEST SIDE Building Association 1033 WEST THIRD STREET. Open Monday evening, and Saturday afternoon and evening. Now issuing paid up stock which pays a semi-annual dividend of 7%. J. 0. Samuel L. Herr Pres ' ' Patterson, Sec. and Atty, James W. Booth, Treas. • F. M. NIPCEN, 1.Jealer in DRUGS, MEDICINES. 1'11.nicians' prescriptions carefully compounded. S.W. Cor. Fifth and Williams St's. WM. TOMPERT ' DEA.I.JU~ JN ALL KINDS OF FRESH & SALT MEATS 1107 West Third Street. THE PEOPLE'S LAUNDRY. Office and lrorks 1231 lVest Thfrd, ll" ::It Kinds ofJ.aundry lV01·k In Flr.t- . Cla•s Styl<'. (iouds Calll'cl for ancl Delive1wl Free. J, R. BLAGG & SON. -SMOKE-F. P. THOMPSON'S GOLD COMET CIGAR. sorneth1'J'g l"ew. Stop at Ston', 1031W.3rd St., and try one. FURS STORED AND INSURANCE CIVfiN ACAINST FIRE AND MOTH. S. B.. WILLIAMS, 10 North M.i"?iu Street. TELEPMGNE PW. 495. Dealer in FrBS11 and Salt MBats. Choice Meat a Specialty. 7 SOU'l'H BROADWAY. - JOI-IN M. NUTT, Attorney at Law. Room,., 1 ,\:, 2 I<uhJls BuiI<llnfl'• Rl's. ~07 S. Summit SL. C. C. CHAFFEE'S Wholesale and Retail Ice Cream Works. SODA WATER, Caudy, Cigars and Tobacco 1013 West Third Street.
|Masthead||Evening Item 1890-06-12|
|Publisher||Wright and Wright Printers|
|Coverage||United States; Ohio; Montgomery County; Dayton|
|Source||Newspaper. Dayton, Ohio: Dayton Metro Library; Wright Brothers Newspaper Collection; 071.717 W954|
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Dayton (Ohio) -- Newspapers
|Description||A daily newspaper published by the Wright Brothers, as Wright & Wright Printers. The newspaper focused on world events. The Evening Item, no. 1-78 (Apr. 30, 1890-July 30, 1890). The originals can be found in MS-001 Wright Brothers Collection, Dayton Metro Library.|
Wright, Wilbur, 1867-1912
Wright, Orville, 1871-1948
Wright Brothers Newspapers
|Contributors||Dayton Metro Library; Wright State University Special Collections and Archives; Wright State University Digital Services|
THE EVENING ITEM.
Vol. I. DAYTON, OHIO, THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1890.
M@ LAW RULES
And No St.r.~et Cars Run
TBB STRIKERS AND THEIR SYMP.A•
THIZERS REIGN SUPKBllltE.
Women Take 11.n Active Part in Stop•
:Ping the Cars·-Public Sympathy Al•
moat a Unit in the Striker• Favor-No
:Blood Shod Yet, l3ut Unlea• a Settlement
ia Reached, Turbulous Timea
,Arc Sure to Oome.
Couamus, 0., June 12.-The Colum·
bus Consolldated Strt!et Railway made
another effort to start cars in the morn·
Ing at ten o'clock, aud r.110 results a,nd
scenC'~ cnactr.d were similar to those on
Monday. 1'hc· ca.r~ had procoed<'d bnt a
few square~, whero thousands ha.d gathered
and the tracks wore blocked with
stone 1tnd rubhi~h. One of the new cmployos
was dflvon otf by threats of arrest
for receiving money under false pretenses.
He had been bought oft' by the 1 strikcrs.
The women took a big hand in stopping