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   Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1890, Salem, Ohio                               HE SALEM DAILY NEWS. NO. 40. SALEM. OHIO, MONDAY; FEBRUARY 17. 1890. TWO CENTS. er Commits a .order. lis Bloody Work >3t by )ollar RecolM im a y_A Knife Thrust Blood of a 17. Isaac Jacob, id killed Herman Ige street, about than shot 'ounded Royozin- shot himself dead. result of an old men. It is said ?led worth country and, iced them in Ro- ife-keeping until pose of them, but nsky for them the int for them. It who was a mar- i to Royozinsky's orbidden to visit s. Despite these b and Royozinsky tad business trans- ning Jabob called in the tenement woke Royozinsky, it to tho stable, as steal the horse sd in his business oyozinsky aocom- table, which is in [ge street When stable yard Jacob rer and shot Royo- irt. He then went shot Mrs. Royo :oming out of the i anxious because with Jacob, whom bullet penetrated n her back. She creaming and did hed the Delaney Otto, aged eigh- nd pursued Jacob, led Broome street, [med the revolver lodged behind a ng two policemen im, placed the re- d. fired, and fell 'a his person was j statement to the y and everybody I had anything to i this country had m: that the law- to look after his into the hands of is own wife had out and thrown lat he. sick, desti- lad finally decided is own hands. It nether Mrs. Royo- not. Her wound lored. -jras stabbed ay morning in the where he lived. Morris Miller. ilk-rs were not re- with Will- 5iroiher-in-law. --t be claimed u> Lawrence BY TOUGHS. A Gaar ttreak np a Meeting a Scene of lUot and Blood- JEFFEKSOXVIIXE, Ind., Feb. 17. A Farmers' Alliance of three adjoining eountiea was organized and an enter- tainment given Saturday night in the little city of Lexington. Some of the toughs of the surrounding country at- tended with the intention of breaking np the alliance, and they interrupted the speaker by letting down windows with a crash. When William Bolles stopped their proceedings, Sheridan Stoner and a crowd went outside, but returned, Stoner having put a pistol in bis overcoat pocket. Tho gang stood around Stoner with pistols in their bands and taunted Holies, who finally broke a benchileg off and struck who retreated shooting. A will panic ensued. Ladies fainted and several attempted to jump out of the windows and over the bannisters. Bolles fell shot through the heart, while Frank Wells, of Saluda. was shot through the elbow. Mrs. Bolles went into convulsions and during the confu- sion Stoner escaped, after knocking down George S'aea, a prominent teacher, who interfered. Tho strangest thing is tnat he passed through Nabb morning and to a croud of forty people related the affair, yet was go on unmolested. He is still at large, but a sheriff's posse is after him. Mrs. Bol- les is in a critical condition. BY A Controlling Interest the Bank Sold by the Bonanza Kings. SAX FRANCISCO, Feb. 17. A syndi- cate, among wb ota are I. W. Helman, of Los Angeles; Shell Bros., of San Fran- cisco and New York, and Levi Strauss, have acquired the controlling interest in the Nevada bank, of this city. The own- ership of this bank, since the death of James C. Flood, has been entirely held by John W. Jamss L. Flood and Senato> Fair. The syndicate will have control of five-sixths of the capital stock, which is leaving- one-sixth half a million, to be retained by Mackejr and Flood. It is understood that Mack.- ey, Flood and Fair simply wanted to be relieved of the responsibility neces- sary in the management of the bank, so their time could be devoted to other mat- ters. _ ONE TWO VICTIMS. A Of an Important Week's Work IB ControYersy Orer Selection of a Site for World's Fair Will Proba- MykeOedML Bo Far b Co tettw BUte to Bullet from a Saloon-Keeper's Revolver Tht-itUKh an Ex-Conviufs and Kills a Bjrstander. COLVMUCS, O. Fob ville, a Little village ten miles from sad "tragedy occurred "Saturday night. Tom K.yani a saloon-keeper, out his pistol and fired at Rolla Stephens, the ball passing trough his neck, and lodging- in the head of Napoleon Suver, who fell to the floor dqad. Stephens is dying. Ryan is a bad character and was once bound over to court for cutting a woman. Stephens is an ex-convict, who has re- peatedly been in the penitentiary, and between him and the saloonist a feud existed. Suver was a young man of fair character, and had just dropped into saloon when he was shot. Mil'cr la- 5n txi assa-jlt a Mow at I.TW- 1-3- .tad 3 -d. Mil- ulaat 2T that t out oa Three Children Crctnatnl. WICHITA. Kaa.. Feb. morninj .T. W. Kerr. a farmer livrng twenty south of here, was avi-ak- ened and f-.-und bis on fire. Ho was in the second an'l lhc> lowrr floor wen- tbrcc children. In tho smok" he carried his a window and dropjnal bt-r ii> followc-d and that Ibe had pcrisbwi. :binr HP jrjt bi1! in a carriage and '.ook her a bad only nirbt on. an 1 it is frared. will prwvv 'alii to Mrs. Krrr. if, Feb. suspend ing consideration of the subject for sev- days, the Senate will return to-day to the discussion of the Blair Educa- tional bill and Mr. Blair, who has ob- tained a fresh supply of material in the Interim, will resume his in ad- vocacy of the measure. It is likely he will exhaust his oratory in a day or two and give other Senators an opportunity to lay their views before the Senate and the country. The Educational bill will absorb the Senate's attention during the greater part of the week and its consid- eration may extend into the week fol- lowing. Meantime the calendar will be iiscussed during the morning and at odd Intervals. In the early part of the week some time will be devoted to the consid- eration of executive business, and the British extradition treaty and possibly the Russian treaty will likely be dis- posed of. The Committee on Finance will take up all matters relating to silver coinage on Tuesday and possibly will dispose of them. The Committee on Privilages and Elections will give some attention to the Montana election case during the week, but it will be some time before a decision is reached. There is every reason to believe that the dontroversy over the selection of a site for tho World's Fair will be settled so far as the House is concerned before another week has passed. Everything favors an early disposition of the matter. The Elections Committee haa agreed not to attempt to call up the Atkinson- Pendleton case until the week follow- ing and the way is clear for the Fair bill. Monday is, under tho new rules, suspension day in the House, when bills may be called up by committees and passed under a suspension of the rules. Most of the committee have not made preparation for bringing bills before the House in this way, but it is safe to say that the entire day will be taken up in discussing and passing the bills that are reported. Some debate will ensue on the resolutions of Mr. Candler and Mr. Hitt providing for discussing and voting on the two World's Fair bills, Mr. Can- dler's resolutions sets apart Tuesday and Wednesday for discussion and Thursday for voting, while Mr. Hitt provides for only one day of discussion. Tuesday, with voting- on the next day. A majority of the members seem to be tl favor of having at least two days' SIscussion, and for this rpason Mr. Candler's proposition has the better chance of being agreed to. There is a possibility of a deadlock on the ques- tion at issue, and in tbe event of this it can not be said with accuracy how the rest of the may be consumed. Friday is private bill day and Saturday will probably be derotcd to tbe delivery of eulog-ifs on deceased members. The Appropriations Committee expects U> hav th'- Pension Appropriation bill ready to report to tbe House on dav." BITTEB FIGHT AHEAD. the Arrcnt of OAV an Indiana Clty-SmlU and Ind., Feb. All eity officials, constatin? of the mayor,   was ia 2'V his 'ul hrr band. MarvbaJ Mizrll Uiat Mr. S s dr-ad. sir ball iiix Itraist. Vclljasr liam j aroumd J.r IV wjad am -1-. Xay F-tcsary at ST'TC. a: 3V. caws in m. im: :t ftrmx is a -TT'ji-.r. Tin- vs' aa3 ati uJi X T.. IM. :t ajl rjUfrw atii _ IV i, mu 6 Will. an to the Condition of Indians on a Stlnnemota Reset-ration. BKALXEKD, Minn., Feb. from Mille Lac Lake, in advance of the report of the visiting commission headed by Dr. Howes, are of a very alarming character, as to destitution and disease. The latter was largely the grippe, bat which, it is said, has been singularly fatal, quite equal to an epidemic of small-pox. In some _ cases whole en- campments have been down and there are not enough well Indians to feed the sick, even if they had food, which they have not. The head chiefs were expect- ing aid from the Government, but none bad yet come. An estimate places the deaths at about forty to fifty. Arrexted- SPKIXOFIELD, Mass.. Feb. suc- cessful attempt at blackmail, of which Amaziah Mayo, a wealthy citizen, was victim, lias just come to light. Last Xovemlwr Frank who pro- to be a "medium." enticed Mayo to bis room, and under the pretence of massajje treatment Mayo was placed in a com promising attitude. Al- (Jwrpc A. Maso) in door and. claiminj U> pijt. Mayo arrest. Mayo half of which atixmat paid. Alp LATEST NEWS ITEMS. Gathered by From all the lUrth. The Edison Electric Illuminating Company's stock has been increased from to The wages of the employes of tho Bethlehem (Pa.) Iron Company have been advanced fifteen f cent. The Terre Haute (Ind.) Milling Com- pany's flouring mill burned the other night, causing a loss of insur- ance The Daytojn Manufacturing Company's works at North Muskegon, Mich., burned to the ground the other night. Loss about partly insured. It is now estimated that the Siberia railroad will be completed within this decade. It will be miles long and is expected to cost roubles. The directors of the" Reading Iron Works have voted to increase the capi- tal stock of the company from to en account of the largely in- creased business of the concern. The Sumatra tobacco crop of last year aggregates bales. The average quality is very poor and the demand for she Sumatra product, which in former years was very large, has consequently tallen off. Morgan E. Murphy, the famous catcher of last year's Lowell team, has signed a three-year contract with the Boston Players' League club. The Brooklyn League and the Syracuse club were anxious to secure Murphy's services. The Durham, England, colliers have finally decided to go out on strike this week. The number of men is upwards of and the questions involved are a considerable increase of wages and the 5? adoption by the masters of an eight-hour day. Tho following named National banks recently been authorized to com- mence business: The First National Bank of Efflngham, 111., capital the First National Bank of Portage, Wls. capital tbe Corn Exchange National Bank of Sioux City, la., capital 9300.000. The Navy Department has invited competitive trials of armor plates to be held at Anapolis during May. Only two notices of an intention to compete have been received by the Bureau of Tilford and the In- ternational Steel Company. A board of naval officers will be designated to di- rect the trial. Attorney General Miller has reversed the decision of Attorney General Gar- land and decided that the Union Pacific Company, under the Thurnun act as amended by the act of March 3, 1887, can sell the five per. ceut-bonda now ,in; the sinking fund and re-invest the pro- ceeds in the first mortgage bonds of any of the railroads that have received aid from the Government. THE MARKETS. Flour, Grain and Provtelon. XEW YORK, Feb. 15 Closed at3 par cent Exchange closed steady at rates at for strty fiays and tor demand. Government bonds closed steady. Currency 6s at 116. 4s. coupon, at 183: do at CLEVELAND. Fob !S FLO Country madft Minnesota 'patent at Minnesota spring at LOO. New No. S red at 80c. new So. 3 tea High mixed at 33c. No. 2 red at.TSc. No. a mixed ai T7c. No. 2 while 3Sc. >y. 1 mixed at Faacj crcaaicry at 29c. dairy at 2ie. New nl Ohio at 31c. Strictly fre--h at He. Ohio al Wftlic per baihpl. NEW YoitK. Feb. bat c :y mill ritra at f at f 1 IV H i'ina. No. 2 -winter at do 4 at ''I <1 March -C-Vc. A jirii al" at at ar.'-c, do FTbraarr at S'-Sc, Jo Marcb at flo at "i mixed at at On at :S Vk   at Tfmlrja vfrnmi Tf at ZTc, Sat al rrc-Jb at lie. ,r T t Ti .t ipiHii'ill f J" -1 WU III r i Y "1 c" iw w--'t HM" TV- ft W 1 >u n- r. i- rvri 
                            

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