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   Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1890, Salem, Ohio                               THE SAI, DAILY NEWS. VOL. 11. tfO. 248. SALEM. OHIO. MONDAY. OCTOBER 20. 1890. CENTS. AT im Intense Political Excitement in South Carolina. WAU ON THB MAFIA. Ittllan tu Dowa by thn Citlx-ii4 ft X-w Blood-hed Feared in the Fierce Fight of the Contending Factions. Negro Tote Will the Deciding Factor In Struf elc, WThlch H-ts Not Equaled In Virulence for CHARLESTON-, S, C., Oct situ-1 ation in South Carolina, from a political Standpoint, isdecidedly peculiar. Every- body Is talking politics and tho people are wrought up to a high pitch of ex-' citomenu The excitement is confined to no nor to any particular section of the State. It is general throughout tbe whole State and affects both races. The few days now remaining before the general election in November bid fair j to be days well filled with bitterness' and even bloodshed. The leaders of j the opposition factions aro hard at work j and neither side will leave a single stone j unturned to insure victory. There are many who regret that such a stats of i things has corno. but on the other hand there are others who welcome tho break- ing of old party lines. All recognize the fact that- the negro vote will bo used, and many admit that the nogro will be the deciding factor in tbe 6ght between the whites. A great many bewail this recognition of the ne- gro's right to vote and declare tho re- sult will be that in the next four years the blacks will have control of the State. The other side retort that it is the part of wisdom to recognize the fact that the negro vote can not bo suppressed much longer, and say they will take charge of it now and getcontrolof it They say that recognition of the negro vote is but a question of time, and that, too, of a very short time, and that if they do not use it their opponents will use it two years hence to keep themselves in office. FATAL BAPTISM. An Old Lady From a Drenching at the of Her Son and Danghter-ln Law. PERRY, Mich., Oct 20. Last summer "William Filllngor and his wife, who live throe miles from here, attended a series revivals and became religion-mad in a way. With thom lived Fillinger's mother, who has long been physically frail. It worried Fillinger and his wife that the elder woman was unbaptized and on Saturday they decided that tho religious rite should be per- formed. although the poor woman was confined to her bed, unable even to rise. Taking water to her room they began the ceremony by dashing cjrater iu her face, and continued it until from shock and exhaustion their victim died. Fil- linger and his wife were arrested and taken to jail at Cornnna. A Chicago Xvgtery. CHICAGO, Oct 20. No trace "has yet been found of Charles J. Bernheimer, the Minneapolis wine merchant who dis- appeared -in this city last Tuesday. Bernheimer left Minneapolis Monday and arrived here the next day, register- ing at the Palmer House. Aftor send- ing a telegram to his wife notifying her of his safe arrival, he left -hotel and since then has not beftn seen by anyone knew him. Tho city police and the Pinkertons are working on the case. His friends fear that he has been or possibly murdered for his .money. fnithle to Agree on n. Compromise. Oct. 20. The committee of the Pittsburgh Players' League and National League ball clubs .held another conference Saturday night Both sides agreed that only one club tvould pay in Pittsburgh, and while both favored a compromise or consolida- tion, tbe Players' League would only agree to a consolidation which would give them seventy per cent of the cap- ital stock of tho new club. Th5a the National League objected to. Both sides then agreed to let the matter be eettled .in New York this week. HooiterParndeofSondnr- Schoolchildren NEW TORK, Oct 20. A parade of Sunday-school children took place in Brooklyn -yesterday in honor of the jubilee of Bishop Loughlln. Over 22.090 children turned out and marched past the eplscspal residence, -where they were reviewed" by Bishop Lough- lin, Cardinal Gibbons, tbe visiting Bishops and clergy and many prominent Citiieas. There were no bands of music, hut the children Sang Hymns as they passed the Bishop. They were two hours ia passing the stand. SETT ORLEANS, Oct 20.-Joseph Ma- chia and the other loading Italians against A-horn wore trials after the shooting ani partial confession of ScofSdi arrowed Saturday, with aec-ssories to the murder of Chief At a speci-u of the City Council Mayor Shakespeare's wriis t.i'3 by Siulhvis through hir >d Council I-.AII !5r.tt >i a j tion (adoprol) t'-at mayor appoint a j committee of or to :b. investigate clvse o an I ru- port In appointing co n tbo mayor alvisjl nvrnol.-ito ail j mined action o ferret oat an.l h tj bring to justice'In lannb irs of the mur- derous element-. i'iour uuls: raat sti i.ok down tho chief of t'-o piliro and threaten rerjroso'itativijs of the mu- nicipality for no other crime than doing their duty. TQO of t'io cojmilttoo of fifty was secret, but tu'j an- nounced that it would pursuo the invo- tigatiou to the end, briag the murdorora of Chief Hennossy to justice aid break up Italian >n in this city. Custom house officers hava dp tor- mined to meet the ship Elysia, on Iward of which there aro 7uO Italian emigrants, and unless tho emigrants can satisfy tho officers that they are desirable finan- cially and moi-illy tnoy will not bo allowed to land. The mayor has received a communi- cation notifying him lhai no will be tho next victim. says that this will not deter bim from dc'.r.c his duty. Joe Maechia has been identified as man who rented t'io shanty where tho assassins are supposed to have plotted and gathered. Other damaging evidence against Maeilm has boen ob.alnol. WILL, II A. V 53 HJ.STl.t-X Ohio LeeUlator-i fjlvnly In lr- der to Solve t'l" Cincin-ncl (Jue-it! 'le- forc F.lcM'tlon, COLUMBUS, 0., Oct the bill recommended by Governor Campbell to solve the Cincinnati question does become a law before night; it will be inoperative, ov-n if it d 03 pass the Legislature. The law tun days' notice at leait to bo given bo- lore every election of the officers to bo choson. There will not be ten days after next Thursday before tbe regular November election, when, according to Governor Campbell's plan, the success- ors of tho present boards are to ba elected. It is quite certain that there will not be a q uorum present to-day, and if a law such as tho Governor has asked is passed n time .to ba available, tde Legislature will have to work lively. COMPitOMTXE Great Political Activity Department Employes. Four or Five Thousand Will Go to Vote at the November Elections. on AH Rallroxta ir.R Out In Order to coiir.noil'ite the Throng.- Oct has political activity amonff de- p.irtinoiit clerks here for tho past twelve in.int'js, and the probability is that four or five thousand of them will go hoiua to vote at tho coming November eloo- tious A score or more of Republican State associations hate been organized and their members will probably go HousTtook by a Verdict. Ark., Oct 20. The Bowie County District Court adjourned Saturday night lor the term. The jury in tbo ilc Daniel case broug-ht In a ver- dict condemning tbe train robber to penitentiary for life, after having beem oat four days. The verdict averts a tragedy wherein tbe principal and tho alleged corrupted jurjraen have been the victims, as indignation ran hijrh over the threatened miscar- riage of justice Senvattonal Suicide. ST. LOTJI.S Oct. Mrs. John Mil- ler. wife of a Grand avenue saloon- became suddenly inwne yester- day while er.tertainiag company at her She secured a pistol and before anyone discovered her condition beran firing at ber husband and the coropa'ny. She SreJ four shots, but fortunately bit no one. Sie thea turned the weapon cm herself and tent a bullet through her brain. of X. Y., Oct. The public at Oxford, Blooming Grove and other la that section of Couniy have been closed, owing to tba of type of dlpb- Heavy aid thnnrtcr NEW Conn., Oct. unus-ualfy heavy rain and electrical storms occurred" here Sunday, during one of which tho public library build- ing was btruck by lightning, toarin? oft a quantity of roofing. Reports of heavy rains and thunder storms aro from AVaterbury and other points in tha State. The house of Thomas Durw.u, at Brooklyn. Cnnn., was struck by light- ning and the ocreu pants sereroly shocked. Doub y F'ltal UNiike o .t. Orren Miort PniLAJM-.u'lll.v, Oct. 20. Suad.iy morning a collision occurred on t Pennsylvania railrovi near tho station at Fr-t-nkford. J. Sberran. tha engineer, and Harry Fields, a fireman, V.OI-R fa tally injured. Both ssoro buric-d in tho debris for at least ten minutes ani were severely scalded. The accident is s-iu7 to be duo to a greon hand giving Lhc signal "line clear" by mistake. TrafJio Suspended IJectitue of ft Oct. employes o the tramways of this city went on stride yesterday. The service is entirely sus pondefi. The conductors stiuck tor an increase of wayes and the other c-n ployes quit work m order to support tho demand. Tho police aro in possession of the premises and troops are arms in tbo barracke, ready to act .11 case of disturbance. AW for Starving Irish. BUFFALO, N- Y., Oct large and enthusiastic meeting was held Sunday afternoon under the auspices of branch No- 403 of the Irish National League, a which encouraging reports were sub tnitted by the committees-appointed tt solicit subscriptions for suffering Ire- land. A large amount will bo tnrnod over to Messrs. Dillon and O'Brien when they visit Official From itmn.-. BOISE CITT, Idaho, Oct. returns show the total number of votes cast at tbe recent State election to be The majorities received by Re- publican candidates for Congress an T-... .....8 The painting is "The Cruoifir go homo. The New York State Associ- ation promises to send 000; Pennsyl- vania, 500; Ohio. Virginia. 500; and other States proportionately as wolL TUB CLUB. Well of Thlpvci With llritnclien In Several Dltled Kecetrna j Douth I'.low. j Pop.r Tax.. Oct. were big devolopraents Sunday in the mystery surrounding what is known as i the Corn Dodger Club It is an organ- ization of boys, ranging in ago from seven to fifteen years, many of whom have recently been arrested for com- plicity in p'-tty thefts, but on account of their youth and the small value of thoir takings thny have escape 1 punishm-int Six of thom were arrested yo.-Ue-day and with them a clothing dealar named Hall, who is with receiving goois that thtj boys had stolen. also If arnpd that the Corn Dodsrers have branches in Dallas, Waco, Marshall, Austin and Houston, Tex., and in Den- ver, CoL Thoy have a code of signals and other moans of socrot communica- tion. Whether H-xli is at tho heal of tho organization or not has not yet boon de- termined. ________________ Trouble by Enforcing an Old L w. BALTIMORE, Oct great crowd of the best Gorman citizens were very indignant last night over the action of tho police in stopping the lecture whicb was to bavo faeen given at Maennerchor Hall by Arthur Koebner, of Now York. For some reason an old law was resurrected and the authorities stated that no entertainment of any sort for which an admission price was do manded could take place in Baltimore on Sunday if anyone should object tbcrc- to. The crowd denounced tho decision and the authorities. Tho statute bag been practically dead so long that oven Beurs. ion." The heavy coloring has become somewhat faded and shows signs of great age. The dean his painting to be from the hands of one of the old mas- ters and was supported In his views by Bovoral local artists. It has just been ascertained that tbe picture is without doubt one that has been searched for vainly for over 200 years. It is certain now that it is "Tho Crucifixion" painted by Hans Memmllng early in tho fif- teenth century, and from which tho cel- ebrated Van Dyck copy was made. FC UN IT U K B K E US. Convention Clone of the International IsniAXAPOLis, Oct 30. The Interna- tional Furniture Workers finished their business Saturday and adjourned. Brooklyn was selected as headquarters. A resolution was passed that Henry Emerich, the secretary of the order, fihall hold no other office. Emerich is treasurer of the American Federation of Labor, and he will have to resign that office. The question of holding an in- ternational labor congress in Chicago during the World's Fair was referred to the executive committee. The execu- tive committee was authorized to levy an assessment. If deemed necessary, to support a newspaper devoted to the in- terests of tho order. The proposal of tho piano workers to act In harmony with the furniture workers was acted upon favorably. Uelleveil to llnve ftaen Murdered. RocurnsTRit N. Y., Oct It looks now as if William B. Hakes, who died near Holleyon Saturday, was murdered. Ho was known to havo had 8120 In his pocketbook on Friday night. Ho slept alone. On Saturday mornitig his hired ______ r __________ _______ __..e nian found the bacW door of the bouso tho District Attorney knew not ol its forced open and the contents of flake's existence until Saturday. Tclinjrnph Itnrnnd Oat. Bosrov, Oct. six o'clock last evening and electric light wire be- came crossed with a Western Union .tele- graph wire, causing a burning out of tho wi-es run-ning from tbe tower to the switchboard in the operating room. Tho woodwork of tho townr canght ftre, Ivit tbe flameB were put out with slight damage. The loss of the wires com- pletely isolated tho Boston office and communication was not restored until after ten o'clock, wnen one or two wircAS to New York wore obtained. Boycott Ordered by Cn.u'.r.oTTE, N. C., Oct. secret circular has been sent out Irom the Na- tional Alliance headquarters in Wash- ington signed by L. L. p0lk, president N. F. A.; S. W. McCune. chairman of tbe executive committee, and F. Till- tnan, a menVberof tho executive commit- tee. This secret circular contains whole- sale abuse of the press opposing the Al- liance officers, men or measures, and orders a boycott of all papers opposing them. pockets strewn about the floor, with tho pockfitbook empty and the money mis- sing. It is supposed that Hakes was chloroformed, as there was no mark of violence on his body. Tyocomotlvi) ConYentfcin, PiTTsnuitcm, Dot. timo of Saturday's session of tho Brotherhood of Locomotive convention was occupied in bearing resolutions. Tho Grand International Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engi- neers bold a secret meeting. The ladies devoted tbeir time to revising tho ritual of tho order and discussing tho insur- ance question. A system of insurance will be established before the conven- tion closes. Rocorrt Lowered. Pr.iNCF.Tox, y. J., Oct. no-al fall handicap meeting of tho Princeton University Athletic Associa- Drunken Ruffian Allot by PEOftiA, IlL, Oct drunk on Saturday, Henry Baden attempted to as- sault two little girls. Later In tho day ho entered the house of Mrs. Fanny Case, but she drove him away after a terrible struggle in which bo cut her on the arms and logs with a hatchet Ho broke away from tho poticeman who bad arrested him. and was shot through tV spino while running. Bo will die. an_ lie is an ex-convict held here Saturday and wag re-; of R. markame for the fast timo made in tbo 10'; and 220 yard dashos by Carey, of '01. Four experienced timers gave bim 9% seconds as a record for 100 yards, which breaks the world's record made at Wash- ington by John S. Owen, of Detroit, and 22 secomds for 220. Black Bruto lynched MA cox. Ga.. Oct Single- ton, a negro hacktnaa, was taken from jail Saturday morning an armed mob and hanged to'a tree. FITC weeks ago Singleton commuted a rape upon a young lady whose is suppressed of her social prominence. After com- Too Afftnf In Mich., Oct M. Henry, G. Peters, who jnst re- turned from Manistee. says It is impos- sible to tell the exact amount of liabili- j ties. He thinks they will exceed 000. He expresses the opinion that the J failure Li complete and tbatit will leave Peters without a cent It was caused by Petors baring more irons in tbe flre than be eonld attend to. to tnc Pen for LJM. GOSHB.X, Ind., Oct eighteen hours' deliberation tbe jury In the Field mnrder case on Saturday returned a rerdictof guilty of murder in the sec- ond degree and sentenced him to Im- prisonment for life. April 7 last Field mitting the crime Sinyletom effected hii j itabbed and fatally wounded Bell, escape, but was captured at Eufaula, a neighboring farmer, during a quarrel. Bali. Following are the acores of Saturday's At Loaiaville-Brooklya 5, t charapionsnip EXHIBITION GAME. At St IHmt tort With AH IVNtrrt. ROMB, Oci. tbat an Italian torpedo boat had on a trip to bare realited. The boiler of the remei offlcert and Af Mllora were LATEST KEW3 ITEMS. by From all the OCT01SXH SO. At Elinira, X. V., the jury in the Mrs. Ellen Berber murder case has acquitted the At Xapa. CaL, the other day, the stal- lion Stamboul trotted a mile iu irll'i beating the host record. W. T. Valentine, inventor and manu- facturer of Valentine's weather strip, died recently at Albany. X. Y. The Cincinnati Company at Trautraan's Station, O., was destroyed by firo recently. Loss insured. A Warsaw dispatch reports that a futile attempt has been to shoot the Czar. The story has not been con- firmed. Prices in Australia have gone UD tre- mendously owing: to the prolonged strike: butter from thirtv-six to seven y- two cents per pound and flour, eto., in proportion. W. Dickerson, of Konton County, has been nominated for Congress by the Dem-ucrats of the Sixth Kentucky dis- trict. Three hundred and forty ballots were taken. of troops are guarding the mines of Arras and Carvin, in JCorth- ern France, where the miners are- on strike, and numerous assaults havo been rnado on the laborers. The Russian government is sending to various countries to obtain situations and pick up all tho informa- tion they can that may bo iiRpful to Rus- sian manufacturers and exporters. Leading French wine growers have entered a protest ncjainst any retaliatory policy toward tho United States in ro- gard to duties, on the ground that Amer- ica is one of tho beat customers for French wines. Ex-Coasrosstnan J. II. Gallagher, of Concord, N. H., nas sent a letter to ac- tive Republicans throughout New Hamp- shire announcing his candidacy for the United States to succeed Hon. Henry W. Blair. The British Admiral at Zanzibar has been ordered to destroy Vitu, and make unsparing war on the inhabitants un- less all the murderers of the Gorman traders arc surrendered, to bo turned to the Germans for punishment. The I'.rown-Bonncll iron and steel plant of Youngstown, O., has bought the Lakeside nail works and thlrty-ftvo acres of land at Hammond, Ind., and will locate their entire works at that place. The company paid for the nail works uad land. Large detachments of Russian sol- diers have boen ordered to the Gorman and Austrian frontiers, on the pretence of enforcing tho customs laws and pro- Tenting smuggling. It i< believed, how- ever, that they will also net aa parties of observation for military objects At Sii Bluffs, IU., tho other night, Harry Thompson, a carpenter, was shot mnd instantly killed by a telegraph operatsr, James Chenowith. Thompson knocked Chenowith down and the latter, as soon as he get on his feet, pulled a revolver and fired, tho bullet striking Thompson between the eyes. The arrangements for the unveiling at Washington of the monument to tho Jeannetto heroes are nearly complete. The unveiling of tho monument will probably take place tho latter part of this wook or the beginning of next week. Official arrangements will bo made public on Tuesday or Wednesday next. SHOT IXTHSSTUSBK, Summitry by i CHI tier QrtxCY, 111., Oct. city startled Saturday afternoon by a do tragedy which occurred on a c-owiiad thoroughfare. M-ss Lillie Booth, tor of prominent puronto of this whilo walking on Sixth Daniel Price, a well-known bus) ruan. whom sho accused of seducing har undor promise of marriage. Aftor afow words tho woman shot in 'he ra- gion of tho hoirt, doath ac hour lator. soon as wa  'i Miss Booth was worth not th 000 in her own luutio and 'v.xs w-1! catcd and ncaomplishod. V THE MARKETS. Flour. Grain aiul ProvUlon. New YOIIK, Oct Closed at por cont tho lowest rutu. The highest rule was 3 por cent. ExcbtmRc closed steady. Po.ited rates 481ft I80S. actual rulo.s for sixty ilayM anil 430 tor domanJ, Governmsnt bonds stcicly Currcncj 4s, coupon, at I23'4 do nt Oct. Country at MlnncHota patent at Minnesota spring at M 00. No. 8 red ut No. 3 red ut97c. Xo. '4 mixed ttt No. 3 yellow ut VS. 2 mixed ut Ic, No. 2 white at lOc, No. 3 white nt Me Ftiticy crenmery at 23c, dairy at !8o. New York at !0c. Ohio at 9c. Eocs Strictly fresh at iOc. Burban Its at 75c per Niw YORK, Oct. QuJet. City mill extra at K 00.35 25, Mlnacsota extra Bti3 80 flnc ai GO, ttt 13 OOiJ3 Steady. No. 2 red winter at 11.08, do October at do Novembor at II 07H- No. a mixo.-I at cash, do October at 57Xc, do November No 2 mixcJ at 47c cnah. do October nt 49'4c, do November 49c. Mem at tii.asaiS.OQ. November at W 73, December at li.00. Western fancy at We. Westurn flat EOGS Western freib at Z3o. CHICAGO, Oct. October at December at 11 October Sic. December at OATS-OctoVjr December at at 110.19. LARD December at December at n m. TOLEDO. Oct. Wnexr-DoU and lower. at ei.OlH, December at 11.04. DolL Cash at Me. Quiet and firm. Cwh at No. 2 wnlte at   unchanged, there would bo In House ono Union Labor and fifty Re- publicans who bo rolled upon to vote for a ro-onactmont of pi'oion-R law, and in tho Senuto a jorlty. But should the Governor rof uiso to givo tho bill his signature U could not bo passed over his vito. JUSTICE MtLLtift AT Drm >nntrntlon nt the fiinti-rsii at l lie KeoKUK, la., Oct serv- ices were on Saturday hold over ttan mortul remains of Justice Miller, music was beautiful and There wore many handsome floral utea in addition to thoso that accoro- panied tho remains from Thoy came from tho local and visiting- bar associations and from tho Stato Su- premo Court and from close Iriunds of tho doceasod. Tho .iddress was delivered by R-'v. ILv.'jj'n., Intormont was In tho family torab KI Oakland Cemetery. Tho fun oral cor leg was tho moat imposing domonatratioa over aoen here. Oct. rr no fair to ifood itjtitM g at KOOJ4 Mteet tmtctwrs at Call for nn Important C'ouventluru NEW YOKK, OcL Co proHident of tbo American Fudii of Lubor, lias issued a call for iinnual convention of tbo o which will moot at Detroit. Mich., Decembers. Mr. Gompers recent movements to rcJu'-o t5v> hours of labor and says that unions have rocoivnd an from tho recent victories that thn tcrfl- tirs of tho country have becomn vinced of tho necessity of within tho fold of tho organisation, fit? says tho forthcoming con von tion v.'iU "b? tho most important of. hosts in tho annalu of history., Won Ficht S DALLAS, Tex., Oct. fight took place In the rink .S.iturl.iy ruga t be- tween Mike Conley, of New York, Dick Sullivan, of Colorado, which witnessed by Tho wai for a parse of In the ftrw round Sullivan fouled Conley and Itet" referee tfavo Cunluy thu but latter bo was willing tho second round Sullivan rweatod oJfento and the reforooawardad tost to Conloy. Sulliran's backers lovfc. heavily. Frank Vaquylln, of New Or- leans, will cballengd Conley. '.i Prohibition Dead la TOPKKA, Kan., Oct liqooi- men are jubilant over tho Phillips. This week' v.i73; ho established saloons all ovr with full-fledjed bara, where drinurtt will be sold without tho formality af going through the ruse. Tho wholwale whisky saj that the? hare no fear of tion and will not be afraid to run open." ____ Tonne Abraham IlL, Oct. The ttf- mains cf younff Abraham Lincoln, of Minister Robert T. Lincoln, who dfodf in England daring the summer, will bay- interred beside those of bis illtmriouv grandparent. Mr. Lincoln will aaring Novotabcr and tho will likely then take place Coma OMtroyrrf br r KEW YORK, Oct Tte cofRji casket factory of J. Stolti'', ?CoS. and 195 Christie street; Satardaj. causiflff a Josd of Tbo Ion ia fully eoTef-1. ki and am ma .it   

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