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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1890, Salem, Ohio HE SAiEM DAILY NEWS. NO. 88. SALEM. OHIO, MONDAY. APRIL U. 1890. TWO CENTS. I J. it Protectionist's Career. DMfhton ian PoUtielao arth. 14. d at ten minutes day morning, ot a long and pain- urrounded by his ds daughters, Mrs. Randall, his it moments. Mr. 5hington early in c man, but with He expected to in the House i December. But ted he was unable Subsequently the spresentative was lidence by Speaker iall was made a ttees on Rules and wo important com- l on for so many then hoped to be t and' participate of the House at ie holiday recess, r from which he rely made inroads each month as it iker. COMING EVENTS. Orjtllne ot Lcgtalatlon for .T the Law-Marten sociato on the Com mocratic members am >resentatives calle< Randall's home tc party matters anc Dme of them wh ced that Mr. Ran ing physically, al ,vas as accurate an ted wife and chil- Iu their attentions ess and his friends had a host of them aiths) contributed mfort by frequent ring his last hours were constantly an ndall was unconsci- the last day or two speechless toward Randall he smiled a ornition a half hour aiulp.ll born in tober 10, 182S. He at a very early age as never since been >rarily. He served arnon councils of his terra. 185S-9, in the Mature as a State til was first elected commenced his i Iloccmber, 1S6S. in "ongrcss (in which me served his first cars after his old opponent of thirtr it- late WillUai carwr in n'-arlr thir'j T'-ars. at cvcrv sur- at the erhaps fatally injured, one brakeman dangerously hurt and another badly in- ured, but will probably recover. The two men who were injured were taken to the Presbyterian Hospital. BLugh unconscious and the W. only lalf conscious.--Joy suffered a fracture of the skull and his ankle was broken. of a Schooner and the Crew of are JACKSONVII.T.E. Fla.. Ar.ril schooner Ethel, hence for Nassau an assorted cargo, was wrecked near Cape Canaveral, and the crfcw of five aro probably namely: Captain W. Garvin. of Jacksonville. Starr John Gibson (coloredt. Gibbon's wife, who was acting as cook, and colored boy named Charlie. Captain Garrin was an old and ownr1 Several vessels. The scbwavr wijiflu a: hcTX" frf-si Worth, passed tb of the Th '.he taste had BASED OX A CRIME. Judge Influence Over A. T. Stew- art Said to Have Been the Kcsult of the Misdoings. NEW YOKK, April World yesterday began an attack upon Henry Hilton. The article asserts that the in- fluence of Hilton over Stewart was fo'unded in a crime. "The crime in- volved the honor of a woman and the reputation and vast business of the greatest dry goods merchant on the con- tinent Hilton, as a lawyer, did the work that averted the calamity which would have resulted from exposure. From that hour his star began its ascendancy." Tho article thon proceeds to summar- ize the facts already known as to the passing of the Stewart fortune into Hil- ton's control. It closes with the declar- ation that Stewart will case will be reopened aad all th" l.rc.'jght out Would Imlinn WASBISOTOS. April Secre- tary of War has under consideration a plan JOT a in lar army -a-hJch will composed of In- dian wiib as non-crun- the offi- cers Vt ri-ctjlar arnar. and is of of law iimiu tb- mrar CHMU.OO, April 14 Slosaoa Saturday winning and losing making the blghect single run scored in the series, and being credited with the largest gameVverage, Jacob Scaaefer has won Crst in the f balk line billiard tournament. Ives takes aecond money, lofting to the win- ner only; Slosson secures third and Cittton is given fourth money. Sat- urday night's game was easy for Schaef- cr, ten innings was excitingly close. "The Wizard" continued his won- derful play to the end, but "the Stu- dent" lagged behind. The house was crowded and the persons present paid strict attention. The ''ninth inning was the feature, Schaetor gathering 117 and Slosson 70 each im bis own faultless style. Scbaefer made reverse cushion nurse in the third snat lifted the house. Slosson, when he did play well, gave an exhibi- tion ot wonderful brilliancy in execu- tion, his run of forty-five in the eleventh inning being made up almost entirely of tremendous open table and cushion carom shots that were not approachable. Score: Schaefer, 500; Slosson, 277. SHOT TO KILL. A Fatal Affray In a Georgia One Follewman Killed. Another Mortally Woonded and the Murderer WATCROSS, Ga., April At Bruns- wick', Ga., on Saturday young Will Beldin was summoned to appear before Recorder Borchardt to answer the charge of disorderly conduct and strik- ing a woman who insulted him tho night before, for which offense he was fined five dollars. He paid the fine and started to leave the court house' and encountered the same woman on the steps. She brushed againut him and he promptly knocked her down again, for which' offense he was fined three dol- lars. He informed the recorder that he would have a hard time getting it, and started to leave the court-room. Re- corder Borchardt ordered patrolman Massejr to stop him. Beldin drew his pistol, and fired two shots at Massey. Chief of Police Hous- ton ruined up to the scene and Beldin shot him twice through the chest and then tried to commit suicide by shoot- ing himself. Patrolman Massey died two hours after from his wounds. Neither, of the other parties will live. WISE UNSEATED. Election Contest Case From Virginia Re- salts In the Seating of the Republican Claimant. "WjLSirrxotrof, April 14. Immediately after the reading of the journal Satur- day the House resumed the consider- ation of the contested election case of "Waddill against AVise. Mr. Haugen, of Wisconsin, and Sir. Dalzell, of Pennsyl- vania, spoke in favor of the contestant and then Mr. Wise took the floor in his own behalf. After further discussion the vote was taken on the minority reso- lution declaring the seat vacant and it was defeated yeas 119, nays 133. The majority resolution declaring Waddill entitled to the seat was adopted yeas 184, nays V20 and that gentle- man appeared at the bar of the House and took the oath of office. Ira Larce. by Eplor- Img Party IB Grand Klver. DKITTER, Col., April 14. Stan- ton, commander of the recent exploring expedition in the Grand Canon ot the Colorado river, has made public some interesting discoveries which his party made in that far-famed canon. Mr. Stan- ton a fine selection of specimens, consisting of all the well-known prec- ious minerals, as well as coal, marble, etc. fie says that 400 miles of the canon show a wealth of the precious metals. The steep walls of the canon show quartz veins in places, and assays from Specimens obtained on the trip down the river demonstrate that these veins are of remarkable richness. The action of the water has worn smooth the sides of the canon and the vein matter is clearly discernible to the naked eye. Placer gold is found nearly the entire length of the river. Every part panned produced color, and m places the bars were found to contain coarse gold in surprising quantities. In one place south of Lee's Ferry, veins were found which had evidently been developed in a crude way by the Indians, perhaps by the now citinct race of Aztecs. Mr. Stanton says the placers could be easily worked, because there is no lack of water facilities. Colonel Stanton is of the belief that ho has re- located the bonanza discovered by Major Powell's expedition in 1809. SHORT 0V WHEAT. Darinc Detroit Speculator Caught on the Wrong Side of the Market for Nearly DETMOIT, April Four years ago Charles V. Bryan came here from Koch- ester, N. Y., and began to operate on 'Change. He had but little money, yet by bold speculation amassed the first two years. He was elected presi- dent of the board and increased his bank account. Friday he ordered all his wheat for May, June, July and August delivery bought in and is understood to have been severely pinched. Various estimates are to the effect that he was short from to bushels on the deliveries, and he is known to have operated in New York, Toledo, Detroit and Chicago and sold short in all the markets. How badly he was squeezed is not known, but he admits to being bushels short. His friends say that he will be able to recover himself and pay 100 cents on tho dollar, but this is not generally be- lieved. He was a daring speculator and his losses, it is said, will amount to all the way from to He has not resigned as president of the board and will not if he can weather the storm. _ ____ ALLEGED LATEST NEWS ITEMS. ay Telegraph Frwn aB Tmrtt Steam Marge learned nnd Sunk. TOI.EIJO, 0.. April Tho captain and thirteen of the crew of the steam barge Chenaasro arrived here Saturday evening. Friday a small blaze was seen issuing from the top of the boiler. The hose was screwed to the pump quickly, but the flames spread and the Chenango was headed for shoal water, where she sank. The boats were launched and the steamer Ward picked up the men and brought them to Mauroee Bay and transferred thorn to the tug Dexter, which brought them here. They took a train for Detroit, one is injured. The accident occurred ten miles off Long Point. for ST. Ixnns, April President Von der Abe has suspended pitf.her Cham- berlain without pay until his conduct since he joined the team can be inves- tijrated bj the board of directors. A meeting of the latter trin be held in a or two. Von Abe irill not say whatchanre he will bring atrainst Cham- Vrlaln. CbamVrlain was in Itox in Omaha traae for two dar- In? which time visitors made six- runs. Saturday showed up 5a with lluiacy. It if that playing for bis if- By Isaac Sawtclle in to the der of his UrotUcr, for Which Crime >'ow Trial. BOSTOX, April The Globe pub- lishes what it claims to be a confession by Isaac Sawtelle to his counsel in re- gard to the murder of his brother Hiram, for which crime Isaac is now in jail at Dover. N. H. Isaac says that he and Hiram's wife conspired to lure Hiram to an abandoned camp at Lebanon, Me., where he was to be held captive by the notorious Dr. Blood, and the ex-convict Jack (who has been suspected of con- nection with the crime) until he should relinquish in writing all claim to his father's estate. Isaac decoyed Hiram to Rochester, N. H., and drove him to a point near the Lebanon camp, where he turned him over to -Tack and knew nothing further until he received word at Portland thai it had been found necessary to kill Hiram and that every man of the trie must look out for himself. The murdei was committed in Maine by Blood and Jack, according to this confession, the genuineness of which remains to established. Frightful CnMh In a 1-neaier- Pnrr.ADEr.riTTA. April 14. A five- thousand gallon water tank weighing, with its contents, over twenty tons, crashed through the roof of the Park Theater in this city yesterday, wreck- ing in its descent some of the scenery and about one-half of the stage. The tank went clear through to the cellar, evcrr thing was flooded. The concussion by the fall was so prcat that window and in the adjoining; hou.tes vrerc broken and quite a panic for a tiarj. By a runaway accident at Frederick' town, O., the other day, C. Lever- ing was fatally injured and her guest, Miss Emeline Hill, instantly killed. The Chinese statesman Marquis Taeng is dead. The Marquis has at various times represented his country at courts ol London, Paris and St. durg. At Colorado Springy Col., the Hatch murder trial is ended. The court direct- ed the jury to render a verdict of not guilty, as there was no evidence against Mr. Hatch. The House Committee on Private Land Claims has authorized a favorahle report on the bill to establish a land court to consist o? a Chief Justice and two Associate Justices to investigate and settle all private land claims in Ari- zona. New Mexico and Colorado. The French Geographical Society poses the idea of a public reception in Paris to Stanley. The grounds of the objection are that Stanley's enterprises have been purely of a commercial char- acter and that he treated with disdain the more scientific aims of De Brazza. Emin Pasha starts for the interior of Africa next week. lie has openly de- clared that the principal reasons for his entering the German service are his dis- appointment at his treatment by his former supporters and his resentment of the manner in which he has been misrepresented in Stanley's speeches. Brutal uy iraiups. ELT-SWORTU, Kan., April 14. Miss Myrtle Hill, teacher of a country school about eight miles from here on the Union Pacific railway, was assaulted Saturday in a most brutal manner by, one white and two colored tramps. The assault occurred at a lonely spot on the road, gl10 was thrown to the ground and fearfully maltreated, rter assail- ants filled her tnouth with acid so as to prevent her outcry, assaulted and then robbed her. It is feared that she maj die. Hundreds of men are searching for the tramps, and if they are found they will be lynched Hotel -j -re. DKTKOIT, Mich., April 14. Fire last evening gutted the fourth and fifth floors of tho Hotel Planlunton and the lower floors of the hotel were seriously damaged by water. A chambermaid named Antoinette Fabenn rushed from her room on the fourth floor of the hotel, enveloped in flames. It is supposed she overturned a lamp. Bhe was seriously burned. The flames quickly spread to the fifth floor, completely gutting that part of tha building. Loss on the hotel furnishings, insurance, Loss on the building, insurance, _ THE MARKETS. Flour. Grain ami Provision. NEW YORK, April Closed at 4 per cent. Exchange closed steady. Posted rates 4Sft3> 49Sylt actual rules tor sixty days and for demand. Government bonds closed steady. Currency 6s at 116, 4s, coupon, at 122; -Jo at CLEVELAND, April Country made at Minnesota patent at ift.OOSS.25, Minnesota spring at S3 nOT04.00. vVn c X ew No. 2 red at Me, new No. 3 Ted atTSc. High mixed at 37c, No. 2 red at SO. No z mixed at No 2 -white at No 1 mixed at 'Me. U Fancy creamery at 2-lc, dairy at22c. New York at lie, Ohio at lie. Strictly fresh at 12c. Ohio at 503COj per bushel. NEW YORK, April Firm. Fine at superHne at fJ 1532.50, Minnesota extra at 42.2WV..35, city mill extra at W H Weak. No. 2 red winter at 92Jic, do April at 91c. do May at 9lc. No. 2 mixed at -lie, do April do May at S9Jic. do June at -We. No. 2 mixed at 30c. do April at 30c, PORK-Mcss at LARD April at 18.71, May at IC.74. Western creamery fancy at ISc. Ohio flat at EGOS Western fresh at April Tb" of the boerd of directors the Fair was Mr. Edwin ar.d X K'-y- tary. A cxiwa; of fire- April May at JnncalSQ'ic. May at rWiic. June at OATS May and June nt PORK-Mar at June at LARD-May at July at May at Jane at Sv.474. April li WHEAT Active and flnrj. Cash at S-c. May at S8c. Firm and dalL nt r.tc. May act! firm. Cash at 24C. April very at at tvn-M.75. at fJMHS.W. cows. at f :J Jtarke'. r.rjr aw! Mdnrr. OL. April 14. wnnsaitlcd nu'cide ar Talbor of ww. r M. Saturda aad JD'Aai -of faad, aad di- a ,f T if mR I; f I: i- Kt e
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