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   Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1890, Salem, Ohio                               HE SALEM DAILY NEWS. NO. 58. SALEM. OHIO, MONDAY, MARCH 10. 1890. TWO CENTS. OR AID. ople Graphically tlOD. d ShonU of the h The follow- American people y the press from at of the National i Cross: ast the Bed Cross f letters of appeal to suffering ng among the pio- th and South Da- have come to us ers and those who L such matters. At irgent as to be no ng here at the na- .s decided to call d Representatives ,o new born States It of the interview of North Dakota, Her informing him Red Cross. Under brnary 18, Govern- cing the Red Cross ed and stating that matter to Hon. H. Commissioner of bor, with ins true as to the d Forks, February T. Helgensen wrote e probably or it, and a good many avisions for them- d for stock. Con- een received from eapolis, also from sveral States east ir only enough to the needs of the more will have to 3 to time." ensen accompanies er which contains ,o the public: "The E provisions, cloth- f stock, in severa: Dakota is unprece some explanation. almost exclusively r portions of the tlements date back four years, except ounties, which hare These new ike earlier settle ountries, composed resources woulc xed to succeed anc ve want with favor 7 the commissioner T States. Good sea I them; every acre 888. All appeared that year, when a unknown before rain. It did much and better portion. .irely destroyed the men did not lose ired out to neigh J the money neces nd living of 1889 Irought of last yea ast severely in the the newly settlec and South Da ler Helgensen says re in some sections nnletely destitute sntire State sufforec even or eight conn stance. The coun Ramsey, Benson Colette and Towner II also need som and Mclntosb, th n part of the State thero are no a dependent, wholly help. A larger assistance for >in hare bay. but sot ho able to work i the spring crops, ipplies arc far from mcct- aad provisions are so counties arc well arc dwtritatcid The nt All prori- jnuJi forwarded. at Grand Forks. FmAxcisco, March W. Gregory and John R. Ewing were ar- TCeted Saturday, charged with stealing from Wells, Fargo Co. They their guilt and admitted that the theft was to have been the begin- ning of an extensive series of similar jobberies. Gregory was formerly a MBger for the company. After obtain- ing a key which would unlock the treas- ure boxes he resigned and took Ewing into his confidence. The two men went aboard a ferry-boat and, while the driver an express wagon was attending the horses, they climbed up on the wagon, unlocked the box and took packages containing Gregory also learned'the combinations of about forty safes in country offices of tae company, and after he resigned he and Ewing attempted to rob the safes at Santa Rosa and Sacramento, mt failed because the combinations had been changed, They planned but were afraid .to execute a train robbery at Oakland." They then robbed an express car at Lathrop and were arranging a similar theft at Fresno when arrested. 'BORNE TO THE TOMB. Funeral Services of George H. Pendleton. CAUGHT JUST IN TIME. a Pair of Who Exteuttre Serlee of Expreca Outline KOB March remains Of ex-Senator George H. Pendleton ar- rived in this city Friday evening and were deposited in state in the chancel of Christ church. A detail from each com- pany of the First Regiment stood guard of honor during the night. At Sat- urday services of the Epis- copal church wtre performed by Dr. Gib- son and Dr. Forrest The anthem was sung and the line of march to Music Hall was take up. The great hall where the public me- services' were held was suitably Iraped and the catafalque adorned with evergreens and tropical palms. The eu- logy was pronounced by the life-long friend of the deceased, Hon. Isaac M. Jordan, after which the remains were taken to Spring Grove for interment. WITH A PEN-KNIFE An Indlitna Man stabs Hit Mother-ln-Law, Death, Being Instantaneous. LA GRANGE, Ind March Mingus stabbed "and instantly killed his mother-in-law, Mrs. Neheraiah Louns- berry, Saturday eving Mingus separ- ated from his wife recently and one of his children was placed in care of his wife's parents. Becoming dissatisfied with this arrangement he attempted to enter the Lounsberry residence Satur- day evening and regain possession of his child, but Mrs. Lounsberry refused him" and he plunged a small pen-knife into Mrs. Lounsberry's neck. Only a small incision was made, but death was in- stantaneous. CONGRESSIONAL fORL of Comlay Week. for Seutortel Eleetioa Will be DfepoMd of After the EdveationAl BUL I for Will Atoo be Coasldend la the OrcauUaUoa of Ofclahoafe. WASHTSTGTOX, March interest of the past week in Congressional circles has centered in the investigation of se- cret 'session leakages in which Mr. Dolph's committee has been engaged. That committee is now engaged in call- ing Senators as witnesses and their ex- amination may keep the committee busy during a greater part of this week. The general impression is that with this ex- amination the investigation will cease and that the proposed imprisonment of recalcitrant newspaper men will never take place. Mr. Blair's Educational bill will oc- cupy the Senate's afternoons during the coming week and an effort will be made to bring it to a" vote Friday afternoon. If it appears that this can't be done the Appropriations Committee will bring in the Urgent Deficiency bill and inter- rupt the debate on the Blair bill long enough to The Committee on Privileges and Elections will also re- port on the Montana contest some time during the week and Mr. Hoar will ask that it be given consideration at an early day. The Committee on Territories will push to a conclusion this week, in the House, the bill providing for the organi- zation of the Territory of Oklahoma. Monday will be Consumed in disposing of matters connected with the District of Columbia. Messrs. Baker, of New York, and Dorsey, of Nebraska, have given notice that they will call up for consideration the bills for the admission of Wyoming and Idaho to Statehood. On account of the Oklahoma bill this part of the programme may not be car- ried out The Committee on Elections has the contested case of Mudd vs. Compton, from the Fifth Maryland district, ready to bring before the House, but Mr. Cooper, who has charge of the case, is willing to let the Committee on Terri- tories dispose of its business before do- ing so There is a probability, however, that the case will be "brought up before the end of the week, and in this event it will be pushed to a seating of Mr.' Mudd. MHXtONS. Oaptt Make Mareh WednM- the Orphans' Court issued a distributing the funds and the estate of the late David of "Bitten" fame. The ajBMnt WAS After the death of David Hostetter no will was fowl, consequently by the court'! de- cnei two staters of Dr. David Hostetter, a Stoner, of Allegheny, and Mrs. Suflaty, a willow with five children, of Lancaster, Pa., find no share in their father's fortune. The two sisters have engefed counsel and will make a vigor- ous effort to secure an equal share with heirs of their deceased brother David. The claim upon which they will base the is that in 1855 their father traipferred his business to their brother without valuable consideration of any kind; that at the time of this transfer thftk'f ather was incompetent to transact business, and therefore the transfer was illegal and that they are legally en- titlfd each to a one-third interest in their father's estate. TIGHT WITH KEDSKIN9. Cavalrymen Overtake a Party of Five 'Apaches, Kill Two and Capture ttm Bamalnder. "-QfcOBE, Ariz., March five ren- Apaches who murdered George Heibert, a freighter, a week ago, were overtaken Friday on Salt river, thirty miles north of Globe, by a detachment oMsroops uuder coigmand of Lieutenant James Watson, Tenth cavalry, and Lieutenant Clark. The troops had a sharp fight with the Indians, resulting in the killing of two of the renegades aicd the capture of the other three, one of whom was wounded. The troops had traveled over 300 miles of the roughest country in the Territory and in the skirmish with the Indians es- caped without a scratch. The killed were buried where they fell and the prisoners were taken to San Carlos and later will be turned over to the authori- ties of Graham County for trial. FOB BETTER WAGES. Kefnied to Grant an Injunction. TOLEDO, O., March 10 Judgo ley, of the common pleas court, on Sat- urday decideS the injunction suit of Curtis vs. the city of Toledo. Some months ago Curtis brought suit asking that the city be enjoined from disposing of the bonds for the construction of the Citizens' natural gas pipe line. Judge Pugsley stated that inasmuch as the Supreme Court had decided in favor of the city, he would render a similar de- cision. Rioters Preparing for Death. BALTIMORE, March The three Na- vassa Jones, Keys and Smith, alias "the now under sentence of death, have realized their position and are seeking religious comfort. For a while the trio laughed at all efforts on the part of the ministers. The first to give up was "the The other two studied over the matter, but on Satur- day both professed conversion. The men are to be hanged on the 28 th inst. Killed by Pa., March A terrible nitro-glycerine explosion occurred two miles north of this city Saturday. J. P. Mitchell, agent for the Rock Glycerine Company, was engaged in thawing- out a pan of glycerine by placing it under the exhaust pips of the engine, when it ex- ploded with terrific force. Mitchell's body was destroyed and scarcely a par- ticle of it can be found. He leaves a widow and three children. Rained fey tMvttvMvt rartawr. XKW TOKK. March The Haeder Gluo Company. 2S5 Pearl street, bas been closed r- by tbc sheriff on judg- ments agKTCffatJnj: 552.000. New York memVrs of the concern that the trouble Li caused by irrejulAritics on part ot the Fittftbsrfh partner. L. C. Hasebiy, who. they sar. on aad Schooner Burned. GLOUCESTKR, Mass March fishing schooner Grace Choate, from Portsmouth, arrived last evening, hav- ing on board captain Lawson and six men of the schooner Lizzie D. Small, ol New York, who were rescued from a boat fifteen miles southeast of Thatch- er's Island. The cabin stove on Sunday set flre to the Small while all her crew were on deck and the flames were soon beyond control. The stern of the Small burned off and she filled and rolled over. The captain lost a considerable sum of money. ______________ A Suit for SAS FBAXCISCO, March suit of Charles Hansen against H. B. Slavin, the Panama canal dredging contractor, to recover began Saturday. Hansen alleges that in 1882 he agreed with Slavin to take shares of stock in the latter's dredging company, but never received it. The shares and the accrued profits would amount to the sum sued for. Slavin denies that Hacsen ever paid for or asked for delivery of any stock. _______________ The Mine Flooded. WELKESBARRE, Pa., March the first time since the fire began, smoke ceased issuing from the South Wilkes- barre shaft Sunday afternoon. Over a thousand gallons of water a minute have been poured into the mine for several days and it has now reached the fire. By Tuesday, it is thought, the flames will bo extinguished, and further search will be made for the eight men who were in the mine when the fire broke out. New Tork Take Action Look- IBS Toward Increased Pay and Shorter Hours of Labor. NEW YORK, March important convention of cigarmakers was held here yesterday. Sixty-three shops were rep- resented by three delegates each. Chairman Harris said the cigarmakers were worse oS than before. The com- mittee on the scale tariff reported in favor of 36 as being the lowest price for making cigars. A motion to en- force the scale as soon as possible was adopted. The committee on ways and _ recommended the general en- forcement of the eight-hour rule in the trade; that all cigarmakers join the International Union, and that the agi- tation be continued until the poorest paid cigarmakers receive a weekly rate equal to that now received by the best paid._______________ THEY ARE SOT BBGG1NCT. of Auuut Chicago ftalteitlBf for the Fair the CHICAGO, March a Meeting of the press committee of the World's Fair, resolutions were adopted reqneeting the press of the United States to correct the untruthful reports widely circulated to the effect that certain prominent gentlemen of Chicago lave been in the East soliciting sub- scriptions far the World's Fair, under authority from the mayor of this city. The gentlemen said to hare been can- vassing in the East for this purpose tiave been in Chicago during the whole time mentioned and no solicitors have been employed, directly or indirectly, Chicago. FLACK The New York Wife Will Not Prosecute Her Husband and the Will be Settled Out of Court. NEW YORK, March Flack disappeared Saturday after a conference at the District Attorney's office as to what her testimony was to be to-day in the trial of Sheriff Flack for criminal action in procuring a fraudulent divorce from her. Detectives were sent out and early Sunday morning they found Mrs. Flack at the house of an intimate friend of the Sheriff. They took her away and are keeping guard over her at a hotel. She says she will not give evidence against Flack nor prosecute him any further. He has agreed to give her a week for her support. FOUND FLOATING. Wealthy Horseman's Corpse Dtscorered In the River at Peorla, Doubt but That lie was Murdered. PEORIA, 111., March body of Bernhard Junghaus, a wealthy horse im- porter, was found floating in the river here with the head split open, late Sat- urday night. Junghaus alway scarried considerable cash, but all the money and valuables were missing, The fact that the money, watch, etc., are missing would lead to the impression that the killing was done by a common thief, but the police think that the body was plundered to create such an impression, and that the bloody deed was committed by a jealous husband. No arrests have yet been made. LAUfijT NEWS ITEMS. r TeUcntph From at) Parte GLOCCESTTB, Mass., March schooner Blanche, just arrived from Grand Banks, had on board Edward Fogarty and William Wilson, of the fishing schooner Nellie G. Tburston, who picked ap at in an open dorr. They bad adrift while aV tending trawls and bad without Tbry Vsrribly. Urvir 1 aad hands bciac trocea. Salt Lake'8 Voting Population. SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, March The debate in the Senate at Washington indicates an erroneous idea of the popd lation and voting strength of this city, The secretary of the Chamber of Com- merce makes the following statement Instead of the vote at the recent city election being only the registra- tion was and the vote This did not include the disfranchised Mor- mons, unnaturalized foreign citizens, nor about 750 newcomers not entitled to register. The city will have a voting population of at next August election. _______________ Sweeplnc Deft. SAX FRAXCISCO, March latest sensation in sporting circles is Joe Mc- Auliffe's challenge, accompanied by 5500, in which he agrees to meet any man in the world under Queensberry rules to a finish, for any sum from to Jim Corbett preferred. To- wards the latter McAuliffo's animosity knows 7io limit, and be makes an excep- tion in Corbctt's case when he says that he will meet Jim in private or public with bard or soft gloves for anything from a pint of peanuts to Heavy READING, Fa., March tanre tobacco dealers of this city hare sus- pended payment. They are D. C. Hil- leguMe, liabilities Darrab it Co.. 960.000, Fisher it IVxmnan. The three houses bare indorsing each other's notes and their affairs arc much complicated. Four or banks of this city and two in ftoyertown are large of the paper of and it is sasulactorers ia con- trr are affected. Mysteriously DAYTOX, O., March United States express office is in charge of routo agent H E Williams, of Sandusky. The local agent, James Clingraan, has been missing since last Wednesday night, when the route agent came in and asked for his books. He handed them over and walked out and ha s not been seen since. No defalcation has been discovered He was a very popu- lar citizen and the matter has created quite a sensation Linemen on a Strike. OMAHA, Neb., March than 100 linemen employed by the Western Union and Postal telegraph companies, the Thomson-Houston Electric Light Company, the Omaha Motor Railroad Company and the Nebraska Telephone Company struck Saturday for an increase in wages. The Postal telegraph granted the increase, but the other corporations refused and not a lineman in the city is at work.______________ Preacher Arrested for Larceny. READING, Pa., March M. L. Fritsch, a well-known Reformed church preacher, of this county, has been ar- rested upon a charge of larceny. He was detected stealing some hardware from the store of Bard, Reber Co of this city. It is charged that he has been taking goods from this store at various times for a period of over a year. His friends say be is a victim of kleptomania. Michigan's Attorney General All Klffht. DETROIT, Mich., March L. S. Trowbridge, an uncle of S. V. R. Trowbridge, Attorney General of the State, received the following telcg- yesterday from Judge Morse, at Ionia, relative to the report that the Attorney General bad become insane: "Deny to all newspapers that Steve is insane, or tbat his friends here think so or have any Arrangements have been made to keep the Chicago base ball club at St. Augua- :ine, Fla., till the 20th inst. It is officially announced tbat the con- flict between the French troops and those of the King of Dahomey has been brought to a close. A Bible printed in an Indian language at Cambridge, Mass., in 1991, was among the rare books in a collection just sold at auction in London and fetched The remains of Judge Daniel S. Til- den, of Cleveland, were cremated at Buf- falo, N. Y., the other day. The inciner- ation occupied one hour and was com- pletely successful. It is stated that 650 acres of land at Lenover, Pa., has been bought by an. English syndicate and that two mam- moth cotton mills, toemploy hands, will be erected thereon. At Toronto, Ont, Wilson H. Sherman, the Buffalo grain swindler whose ex- tradition was sought on the charge of forgery, has been discharged, the court holding- that the charge was not proven. Author and pHywnght Edward H. House has been successful in his suit to enjoin Samuel S. Clemens (Mark Mrs. Abbey, Sage Richardson and Daniel Frohman from producing 'Prince and Pauper." The strike of the Diverpool dockmen is gaining in strength daily. There are now men out and the steamers sailing from that port are delayed to such an extent as to cause wide-spread loss and inconvenience. The Duke of Connaught, commander- in-chief of the British forces in India, will soon start from. Bombay for a tour of the world. He will visit China and Japan, and thence proceed to Vancouver and Quebec, and to England. A dispatch from Constantinople re- ports the death of ex-Sultan Murad V., who succeeded his Sultan Abdul- Aziz, on May 29, 1376, and was deposed in favor of his brother, the present Sultan, on August 31 of the same year. Secretary VVindom has commenced the purchase of Pacific railroad sinking fund bonds and the investment of the proceeds in first mortgage bonds of the subsidized roads. Pur- chases for the present will be con- fined to Government four per cents., of which there are now available about Tor bis own extestof Knocked Out in the Seventh Kound. __ HAiraoxD, lad., March A prize fight for the light-weight championship of Indiana ;tnd a putso of SSOO, of whioii the loser received took place here early Sunday morning between Jack Simons and Tom O'Leary. O'Loary won, knockinji Simons out in the seventh round. O'Leary escaped with httie pun- ishment, while Simons was badly pounded. _ Could Not Endure Margaret's Abase. COUUMBTJS, O., March 10. Miss V. Marlowe and Miss L. Goode, of Mis3 Margaret Mather's company, left the troupe here Saturday on account of Miss Mather's alleged abuse and insolent treatment. _ Herself to cne ten Ltoor. Pa., March 10. Anne Chomo, who was indicted with John Ken- derosh for the murder of her husband, John Chomp, at Pottstown last Novem- ber, committed suicide in her cell yes- terday by hanging herself with a silk handkerchief which she tied to the cell door. Kenderosh was acquitted Satur- day. After his acquittal Mrs. Chomo grew very melancholy. TEE MARKETS. Floor, Grata Mid Frortotott. Jfnr YORK, March Closed at 4 per cent. Exchange closed weak. Posted rates 48SO 486H, actual rates for slrty day bills and for demand. Government bonds closed steady. Currency at 116, 48, coupon. do at 10354- 'eat Ifakck YrtttK, March Ster- ling', who is wanted in Detroit for forg- ery, was arraigned in police cossrt Satar- J day. Sterling fled from Detroit to) Europe some time apo and arrested Ifcere and brought back. Tic said he was willinc to tjo back to TV'troit without a requisition was over to Dwtroitoffiwr. far KAT.AXAZOO. Mich.. March crop in Irons tbc iteTTr wralhcr. nay ibat in March mado at Minnesota patent at Minnesota sprinj at I red at Sic, aewNo. rod atTSc. mUwl at 34C, No. J red at 33e- S mited at Me, No. 3 whito at No. I mixed at cieaaieij! at dairy at Jfc. CHiWt-N-w Tork at Uc. Ohio at lie. freak at ISc. at per tnuhei. Ureh City at HJKfetJQ. MtaUK-oota feMjfrfc.10, at fiac OS. So. red winter at March at April at If ay at MHc. S ailed ai do March at He, 3o April at ar-Sc. 
                            

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