Evening News, The (Newspaper) - January 9, 1891, Mansfield, Ohio is not indifferent as to the paying qualities of its Great efforts are constantly being made to bave a subscriber to tbe News in every family in The News list now is four times greater than that of any other local consequently its advertising THE EVENING NEWS The News does not solicit your advertising through any motive other i ban No good business man will buy advertising except for Mean business when you advertise and a vertise when you mean VOL. 6, NO 253. JANUARY 9, 1891. PRICE 3 5 Comes Your Benefit Don't delay but self at On and after Jan. 3, we will give a DISCOUNT PER CENT. gQ Overcoats and This Discount means for and cash Do not delay your The first to come will get the best have made some cuts in all Shonfield Friedrich Lowest Priced and Only One Price Hatters and Furnishers in the Open fay tang OHIO Transactions of the General Assembly at LAST FALL'S VOTE at M Minor in Important .In Relating to tho of In- In tho Mute The joint rion of tho to the vote of hut fall's election occupied moat of the time of the legislature found Imt u few minor changes in thu which as iel 3B3..VIH E. M. C. Lock ancl declared utily Mr of un important in the ative to iif and Tho provides when the owner of u piere of real pay the fax thereon ho receive from the county for which he paid on the IHT of the represented the value of the to the OWIHT of the vage tin taken by upon the principal of Ihe in an amount equal to the theory been advanced within the year by the The following were by the Authorizing to Medina to county to transfer county to issue stead Kails to issue directing the attorney to and preventing employers from docking their of Hamilton INK a to abolish capital in The house then In the somite no bills introduced or Charles was appointed page arid arrangements were made for exercises in the for the doad Zimmerman ancl was then En Jan. 9. At sunrise three made their escape the Ohio The names the men are Hunry ii two sentence from county assault to re- May Hurl ing a two sentence from for received March and Michael serving a lour sentence from Cuyahoga for shooting with intent to received 17. The escaped working in annealing which in ran clay night muler Hub Onard of Union The men made a pre- text go to tow and were LIVELY AT A Day of Disorder at the State THE MILITIA IS CALLED free In During the En- Day Until In the Evening J uni on E. Duly Elected Governor of ten before Deing They a cupola placed it the wall near the east and were noon Now Jan. of in- corporation were filed with the secretary of state yesterday as The Wilson Stone the company und the Ohio Stone company of yesterday to secretary of a ite for papers of consolidation as one It m the first time this point has been raised during the of The application re- fused by on the ground that the statutes do not provide for such other of incorporation were the Lion Hardware capital stock the stock the Franklin the Railroad com- Kast capital stock In at B CUM tive of the at- tornev of C. for larceny and stolen lias filed a motion for to file a in error in the supreme There is a bit of romance connected with this While who is a married tit Miss Eva West fell In love with Sho taking about find u diamond When arrested ho hud stolen goods in his The jury not on the chargei of but us to receiving stolen The circuit court the verdu t of I cumin pleas h is now sought to by the court of final In n r h. of the members of 8t. Joseph's at had iu regard to their Thia tumble lias been growing until several in ay I heir notes which had for the rent of pews in the i for tin saying of and several other Tin DC sold different some were paid under have taken the matter into court Father threatened to Hume members who the and the feeling d the Serious trouble i- Twice In Ragan and Miss Delia leading ciety were married twice iu one Thu groom is a lic and the bride a They were married by a Metho list ter later in the at by a Catholic Gem Jan. ties are notifying all gambling houses thai they must close at und the law against all such places is to IIP rigidly There accrued no other way to rid the city of policy shops that are located in almost every III Jan. of the baptized two converts m the Thu river WHO full floating lux i. Neb. Jan. 9. Sheriff served the writ issued by the supreme court ordering tbe speaker to canvass the Nebraska returns only after a pitched He WHS guarded 'a or police and clothes were torn but their clubs they secured entrance anil the writ was Lieutenant Governor then declared the session ad- and the Republicans and crats filed out of the Elder then called the Alliance members to order and directed the mil to be When the Democrats and Republicans attempted to leave the floor the Alliance closed the doors and attempted to keep them in. He received a punch in the eye and a bloody nose as the and the doors were speedily Free fights occurred every few Nat. of had mi altercation at the door of the house with un Alliance resulting in the Alliance mnn being sent to the hospital for Wider called the eighteen senators and fifty-five representatives of the Alliance to order as a joint but Attorney General Leese advised submission to the orders of the Elder was declared presiding officer of trie joint and the Alliance men started to Governor Thayer tried to quiet the but to no re- Mr. Meiklejohn went out in the corridor at 2 o'clock and the doorkeepers refused to The lieutenant governor appealed to Governor and the governor dered unless Meiklejohn was ad- mitted the militia take him in at thu point of the was and Ing directly to the speaker's he do I under- stand that my passes will not be is all replied the want honored as you agreed they should upon your honor as it declared see that it is replied the passes had refused at tho door by the Alliance At Speaker Elder culled the joint session to The Republicans and Democrats were in their seats and answered the roll Meiklejohn held his m of the speaker's which was crowded witli Alliance Chaplain prayed that the Almighty would give the legislators there assembled grace to control selves faithfully perform Then Meiklejohn immediately assumed control of the joint This was scarcely objected to by the In- most of whom were ing disgusted with the tactics of the A committee notified the of state that the joint session was ready to proceed to canvass the The returns were taken in charge by who handed over to Elder announced that they had not been tampered Then after announcing that the Alliance had refused to ordered Stenographer Keed to keep a record of the This was accomplished after a great deal of the pendents resorting to all sorts of dilatory It was 4 o'clock when Speaker Elder commenced at behest to read the .As slowly as he could the speaker called off the vote of each In the meantime was Chief of the supreme sent in word that the who advised the Alliance men to disregard the mandate of the court would dealt with This had a soothing effect on the obstructionists in thu At the speaker finished the can vass and formally declared that Jumps E. Boyd had been duly elected This declaration was also made in ence to the Republican state ticket low Then an Alliance ber introduced a resolution to effect that the election WHS void and re fusing to recognize any of the cers as censuring the supreme After much delay ami discussion the resolution was adopted by a strict party vote 70 to 59, the licans and Democrats voting no. The joint then Within thirty minutes after the cial announcement of the election's re- sult by Speaker the oath of had been administered to Boyd and the other their bonds approved by tho supreme Tho legislature will assemble in regular The militia the state house grounds several but the people crowded by them every finia they and a howling mob thw When the militia was called out t he 1 Inn it i a i ai in Mich M manner III the tin soldiers be- came it was only when a squad of forty police arrived that any kind of order The crowd outside kept up a sullen roar while the frightened militiamen patrolled the When the Alliance men began corning they were received with howls of cat calls other uncomplimentary At 8 o'clock Boyd called on Governor Thayer ancl wiis informed that the latter would not give up his on the ground that Boyd was not a citizen of the United States and wiis therefore not Governor Thayer has barricaded the executive office and remains inside with policemen and a company of militia on It is impossible to reach him to ascertain his but it is under- stood that ho will remain ii until all questions affecting his successor are Senatorial Fight in BOISE Jan. Rumors oi startling move being made in con with the recent senatorial elec tion are Section 6148 Idaho re- vised statutes declares it a fm member of the legislature to vote 01 promise support upon any question 01 matter in return for the support of an other member tin anv or matter upon which they may be called to pass It is warrants will be sworn out under this section for the ar- rest of several members of the legislature who were connected with the alleged ing them with felonious conspiracy against the legislative JEFFERSON Jan. senate was called to order by Lieutenant Governor Claypool at 10 o'clock day and permanent organization was by the election of W. B. of Platt president pro The house was organized by the election of Hon. W. F. of as and A. S. of chief Connecticut Jon. 9. house assembled shortly after 10 The joint resolution passed late Wednesday afternoon by the senate were received by the They declare each of the Democratic officers Ureen offered a resolution creating a special committee of the house on the canvass of state In ST. Jan. deadlock in the lower house of the state legislature was broken yesterday by the withdrawal of the Democratic candidate and the election of the Alliance by a vote of 72 to 40 for The house then ad- without further Tn Jan. branches of the state legislature met in joint con- vention at a. m. The oath of office administered to Governor and he read his inaugural the inaugural the Republican dates for state offices were Governor William E. third cratic was inaugurated HERESY Howard May Join the Church If Jan. trial of Rev. Howard for heresy was continued yesterday before the ec- court of the Episcopal diocese of Ohio and in now at an all but the of tho The wth sides were completed and calling the books and opinions offered in the court withdrew until it could formulate its It is ex- that a decision will be reached in i short time OH it is quite generally con- ceded that tho Rev. will be found Rev. made a long ment in defense of his and dieted that the views set forth by him in his book and in the pulpit would be generally adopted before the dawn the twentieth He also declared that if expelled from the Episcopal he would continue to preach the doctrines concerning the birth aud resurrection of the but he begged the for the sake of the not to find him because he feared damaging results would follow such an action in this transitional Dr. the attorney for the demanded that Rev. lie declared because he was being tried by a court cit to-day ancl not of a century and because he reaq things from the Scriptures and then ad- vised his hearers not to believe In his argument Rev. stated explicitly that his object in ing a book was not to create a but if assist in conforming Christianity to common sense and In closing with the final jio the he said the church and the were dogmatists that the latter ad- mitted that the council of did not insist upon virgin birth and literal of the has been advised throughout the trial by a Unitarian and it is anticipated that he adopt that creed if convicted and is arousing interest amongst att tions of church Jan. 9 The McCoy which has been quiet for some has broken out again in Logan near tucky Tn a tight on between adherents of the respective tions six men were The who lives in Logan was unable to give the names of any of the killed or to bay which faction lost most heavily in the In Jan. Thp banquet given by the Young Men's Democratic association in the Academy of. evening was brilliant affair anil a great political ing Democrats from all parts of the including ex-President land and Put were Heavy Snow in KANSAS Jan. dis- patch to The Star from A heavy snow companied by a Is raging through the northern part of The trains have all been There has been no trains on the Central branch of the Pacific for eight Au Awful Samuel employed at George West's Union Bailston was drawn between two hot cylinders and crushed and ed. He died in thra Soldiers Have the Indians FUNNEL FORMED AT PINE One Are to Be Driven to That and There Complete and moody Work Can Soon Be S. Jan. the most powerful chief in the great Sioux arrived here yesterday in charge of Capt. The chief has never opposed the An effort will be made to have him go to the hostile camp with a last plea for the savages to but it is probable that his coming is too for Col. Corbin announced the movement of the troops upon the hostile Indian The soldiers are pressing upon the savages from the rear and The mouth of the funnel is Pine ancl it is here that tho redskins will be driven and Tho hostiles are nearly and yesterday they sent word that they will not surrender until ihe soldiers were taken to the Preparations foi receiving the hostiles in rush through the funnel are now A trench has been dug west of the with bugs of dirt up for A Hotchkiss masked with has been in such a position that it can sweep the valley in all Fortifications on the to the north are also and pits have been dug The soldiers who were wounded and are here are doing although all of them are desperately hostile Indians fought among yesterday resulting in a number of deaths of the fighting Many Indians are coming in. Lieut. who was murdered by a Brule has been brought in and his body will be sent to R. I. Col. Sanford's men last night had an with killing four and ing Sixty ponies were AGENT ROYER The Official Telegram of Removal Sent by Secretary Jan. Secretary No- yesterday sent a dispatch to Daniel F. Indian agent at Pine Ridge dismissing him from the The secretary directs him to turn over the property to Capt. who will the Indian agent at this This so far as the removal of Royer is was determined upon some time when the officials of the In- dian bureau learned that he was not proving equal to the The published the tary that there any conflict be- tween the war department Hnd the in- department as to jurisdiction in Indian agencies is denied by all parties He is in perfect cord with Secretary Proctor in regard to the policy to be and that he had dine everything in his power to bring the disturbance to an The hod been supplied promptly and in sufficient The officers were acting in harmony with tbe troops and a united effort was being made to give Miles every facility for on his The situation as summed up at the In- department is about as There is in about Sioux In- women a about of thia number are accounted they are living on the other tions in and not talcing part in the present This leaves about women and children to face the the Howitzers and 8.000 under command of Gen. This number is further lessened by taking from it the friendly Indiana who nre still at the numbering some women and While the situation is ed us a hopeless one for tho is asserted that they have no intention of lit is predicted by some who are on the that there will be a battle on Sunday or Monday COOKED TO lit u Jan. U. 10 o'clock last night a scaffold in the nace stack of the Newberry came down with such force as to carry away the south and cast sides of the the falling walls of which de- over half the root of the The accident occurred right after the casting WHS run and when the falling walls in the roof of the several men were em- ployed in front of the and sanding the John a top was cooked to death he could be Henry night was in the wreck half an He is badly cut about the and his body and limbs are badly a has a badly sprained back and K burned Charles a top had his jace and head badly cut and body John was badly cut about the head his body Louis Liberty had his feet burned ly by hot Claude W. secretary and mana- carried clown umler the falling roof but miraculously THREE O'CLOCK i AND of ths Jan. the senate yesterday notice was given by Messrs. Platt and of their intention to call up at an early day the copyright and lard House bills were passed for public buildings at S. an increase of additional and Senate to provide a patrol steamer on St. Mary's waa An was reached by which general debate on the financial is to close Tuesday and a vote taken Mr. Turpio and Mr. Call addressed the senate on the financial The house passed the authorizing the issuance of certificates service to telegraph operators who were with the Union army during the The house refused to a resolution limiting debate on the shipping ancl discussion of it continued until Mr. Grosvenor speaking in favor of it. from Jan. 9. Maj. Gen. has received the following tele- gram Gen. Pine Jan. 7, Indians catne in from hostile camp and the reports from them nre tuat Little Two and Big Rood and others will come in Tlu following dispatch of the same with particulars tbu shooting was also received frum from Gen. Brooke state that Lieut. E. W. Twenty-second in- was killed There has been fighting and skirmishing on that part of the line for several Lieut. Casey was out with hia with one Cheyenne met two and The Ogallala warned Lieut. Casey that the Brules were bad and would As Lieut. turned to go away the Brule striking him in the back of the killing him in- Lieut. Casey wiis one of the most brilliant and beloved officers of the 96'ivice. There is a report of heavy firing in or near the hostile camp that may be between tho two elements on the camp Indians Got Jan. 9. It la re- ported here that the located in the have un attack c f the Messiah and there is apt to be an outbreak any There are 300 of The Governor Grej the jatine rifles and two companies of the Iowa National have been ordered in readiness and it is that the company here will receive orders very Quiet Along the Jan. Advices Nebraska border towns a more quiet feeling since the arriv nl of tite Settlers of the adjacent towns returned to farms those of the isolated districts still remain in the Bodies of troops patrol round FRIGHTFUL Four Men Hurled Feety Alighting on a Pile of Jan. special to The Times from The falling of a scantling at the new edifice of St. John's Lutheran church in thia city yesterday afternoon was the cause of a frightful which resulted in the death of one man and serious if not fatal injury of three Five men were working on the ling which surrounds the at a height of some fifty feet from the when the dumping of a stone weighing several hundred pounds caused the stays to give way and four of the men were precipitated headlong to the fell on a pile ot stones be- neath the scantling and the stones which fell with them fell upon the Christian of boss sustained a compound fracture of the skull and other injuries and last Henry Redman had both legs broken and was internally and James Swisher and Isaac were injured about the body and Frank caught fast to the wall in the descent and escaped TEXAS Several Blown and a ber of People Jan. 8 o'clock Wednesday afternoon a cyclone passed about three miles east of this death and destruction in its It was 100 yards in and ished everything it Several houses were blown down and an infant and four adults if not John Sohmidt was blown over a barb wire He seized the wire as he passed and his hand was almost torn off. Household goods are scattered about for and the loss is Further search may reveal many more dead but night coming on put an end to the quest of the Yoakum and other points report a hurricane and 4 high wind raged all night with heavy A Yoakum dispatch 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon a cyclone passed about two and miles west of destroying three uprooting trees and carrying away REVOLT AGAINST Three Hundred People by the of the SAN Jan. recently appointed American consul to tho line Mr. Herbert L. of 111., is here way to the scene of his He has just letters from his who hits been on tho islands for eighteen giving an account of outrages committed by revolt against the Spaniards the natives have killed including 190 Spanish They have looted and burned the houses of aH the missionaries at Rev. Mr. Rand lost his and all personal and household The missionaries have been transferred to a neighboring island for but the natives of tho whole group are and more massacres are Hilled Each Jan. few days John Morris and Frank had an animated dispute about some land c iring which Chatham was founded somewhat with a Yesterday the two men met and Morris drew a pistol and beat ham over the head with Morris shooting in the Chatham retaliated with three li js not thought either of the men LAKE Jan. S. a prominent brother at the sheriff of this parish and of the mayor of Lake suicided Heavy losses at Ihe bling table tbe Jan. United rains have prevailed in the gulf states aud anow in the er central Mississippi and lower Missouri valleys and from Dakota southward to Fair weather continues on the Atlantic coast and in lake regions with indications that the rain area will extend over those sections during The is lower in New England and west of the except in the northern portions of Dakota and where it is It is also warmer iu the lake regions and southward to the gulf For Threatening with snow or easterly slightly 10 COME Mansfield Must Borrow for the High School AUTHORITY ASKED OF THE i Authorizing Ibe or to Borrow 000 for the Xew Hitch School of legislative till Jan. 9. house this morning a was in- authorizing the board of cation of Mansfield to borrow to erect a high school Representative a to create the office of state bank A for the erection of cottages at aud Home at dusky for the families of soldiers was iu trod need by Representative Both houses have adjourned until 4 p. uu The talk of an early adjournment has Many members have stock loads of bills on which they expect to make lasting reputations and they will not consent to an adjournment until they have had a chance to spread themselves oratorically on their ite The present outlook cates a greater tlood of bills than there was last winter and the calendar is now loaded down with unfinished ness which was postponed from the regular There are more than 200 important measures now awaiting third reading and the first day's sion added a great many to t hat With those having political nothing can be done until the end of the month and from that lime to March 4, when Senator will have to re- sign to go to not one third of this business can be disposed of. There is very little doubt that extra election will be called the fourth senatorial district where two elections liave already held as the Democrats have no certainty of ing the district there will be a lively Well informed politicians are decidedly of the opinion that the Democrats jan not again ry the district and if they do not the Republicans will have aa many votes as the Democrats in the In view of this tion which tbe state really needs will be neglected next month and partisan measures will be pushed At the time when tbe legislature should this edly incompetent general assembly will just be getting down to BONE A Remarkable Case at which Promises to be Jan. United weeks ago Sammie Badin fell at his home in Germany and broke his right leg below His leg was set and the family emigrated to On arrival here it was dis- covered that the broken bone had de- for a space of 6J The boy's parents would not permit tation of the limb but consented to have bone grafting and the boy was removed to Mercy the operation was performed by several surgeons of Two black and tan puppies about five weeks old were The lad's condition was he having slept well and had a good He was not put under the influence of any but sat up and witnessed the whole One of the dogs was the other reserved for a second Ether was after which the lower end of a hind leg was The dog's bone was pinched off with forceps into about 50 Theae were placed in the granulations of tbe tissue of the leg where it had surrounded the The wound was then covered with oiled silk and the leg dressed with antiseptic The dog used died from the effects qf the The physicians say that everything favors a successful Abbott's Jan. United the late Emma Abbott arrived here shortly after o'clock this morning from Kansas City and were received at the depot by the male members of the Under escort of the members of the company they were conveyed to the Continental The public ices took place at Central Music Hall at Death of Mrs. Mrs. Robert at the age of 72 passed away this morning after a long 1835 as Elizabeth don she was married io Robert who survives and they have ways resided in this Nine ren were born to hoys and five several of still reside in this funeral will take place the residence on West to-morrow at 2 m. Will be our portion when this sale is closed for all our goods are beine sold for less than but to your share falls a clear saying of almost it not fully fifty cents on every dollar you spend with Recollect that the Carpets we are selling at 50c per yard can't be touched for less than 75c per yard after this sale er goods in like Our Lace Curtain department has attracted a great deal of as the ment of patterns is the best in the We are selling these goods fully 10 per below the wholesale price for the same The line of Chenille Curtains and Rugs is going fast and those who want choice styles must come line of Ingrain Art at the prices marked on are the est bargains in the This sale includes our line of Window Curtain all Silk and Cotton tact our entire stock goes at the fully low The discount has had its The only fair and square method of low price making is f MB Figures and Buy your Carpets and Curtains for spring It will pay you ii you have to borrow the money to do so. 01 Jamison 20 H. Main St.