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   Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1890, Salem, Ohio                               THE SALEM DAILY NEWS. VOL. IL NO. 266. SHOT BY OHIO. MONDAY: NOVEMBER 10. TWO CENTS. A Concerning tho Hcpartment or Ajfrk-ulture. iv .s He Thinks Farmers Will be Benefited bv the K'ie-iit Tariff Legislation. SapprosMon of -Pueamonln Among Cattle Number of Other Topic! L'pon In Document. Nov. Secretary oJ Agriculture has presented his annual thieves then to the lie egresses neal. r- Tlin ttl0 obvious bcnoSts to farm- irs of certain legislation which ho spec- the t? iSes. By comparing prices at Chicago i now ap for October of IS'JO and of 18S9, he showa a marked increase in the values of agri- j cultural products, especially of cereals. Rusk assorts that without ig- noring the effects of the natural caus, j ia enhancing values, it is evident that the economic legislation of the last ses- sion nf Congress has directly benefited i the farmers; the improved value of j cereals, as ho believes, i.eing largely due to tho silver legislation, which, moreover, has lessened the influence of Russia and India, our wheatcompetitors in British markets. Our increased export trade in cattle and animal products he traces to the effective measures adopted for the erad- ication of pleuro-pnenmonia, and to the growing appreciation at homo and abroad of tho department's ability to suppress or effectually control contagi- ous animal diseases. In the line of fur- ther precaution, the department is now prepared to carry out tbe inspection of export cattle before shipment, provided for by the act of August 30. Similar en- ergy has boon directed to our pork in- terests, the department having already undertaken tbe Inspection called for by the same act Tho secretary strong- ly recommends an inspection law still more comprehensive, of all animals slaughtered for "inter-State or foreign trade. The outlook for a home sugar industry is considered favorable. The secretary predicts that in the near future half of our sugar will be thus supplied from tho sugar boot In tho provisions of the tariif bill. Secretary Rusk finds what be regards as some glaring incon- sistencies, in that it gives entire control of sugar manufacturing and bounty payments to a subordinate officer of the Treasury Department, in spite of the fact that heretofore the Department of Agriculture has beftn charged with the general supervision of tho sugar in- dustry, both in its culture and manu- facturing phases. The production of raw silk as an in- digenous industry is referred to in not very encouraging terms, though its im- portance is emphasized by reference to tbo imports of raw silk, which have largely increased during tho year and are valued for the year at upwards of but the necessity for favor- able legislation as well as for improve- ments in machinery- is insisted upon. Mr. believes that tho Tecen changes in the tariff on linens will serve to encourage manufacturers to provide a market for homo grown flax. Reference is made to the forthcoming transfer of the Weather Bureau to the Department of Agriculture, with a doc laratioa of the secretary's dosiro to widen the present scope, of the bureau so as if ,-T benefits to mrris Ho also strongly upon -no necks''i-y for more rerru.-v-ui.a- :ion of department at c.-i agricultural and kindred societies, not only to give them encouragement and supply information, but for the benefit of the department workers themselves, who will thus bo brought into closer contact with tho farmers and will be- more familiar with their v.-antsand tho best means for meeting them. The possibility of serving tho corn growers throughout the country by ex- tending the marki1; for Indian corn in countries has engaged tbe sec- attention with tho result that he has appointed a special agent abroad, baring special qualifications for this duty, to investigate and report upon the possibilities of 'promoting rbo cnn- rumntion of Indian corn in European countries. on a of 8 !a-. Nov Bcbield, a driver brewers, returning Key West, a villagj Dubutjuo. W'rr.lo ctivi-.z lonely ravine r.e was a.-co-ited by men, who to rida him to Dub lie gra.iU'JL I'.n-ir re- quest, and tb---y his money. Ho refused tv. it up. and j one of the men shot hi-.i in the left side, inflicting a dangeroii.; v.-o.ri.l. The i: i i- tv 'or VKef of it: irV-u-.tl thrr o v-ith uonnr's tho Temporary of Its Apical to the Aiiu-ric-ia PeopK Ut. Mil., th. Who I i bi_i n aivl they are tbo iM'imy ju'.' -.t C T Gr.r ThU Aotlon Pondinr tho Out- COI-.-.B at ilcl'.r-f Uj th- KnsIUIi I Nov. American relief of fa-nine a staioran'-.i in- withdrawal of its ai.peal 10 tvie people. At tba ime the appeal was issued, the commit- tee says, there was no reason for be- having that the distress which would at a YOUM-; Cirl. ANN Md.. Nov. citj presents ,1 scene of wild excitement Angry crowds of poop'.o aro to bo founj at every corner. A mob that was dis- persed Sunday morning is expected a! any ruonu-ut to ro.ippear at the jail and attempt to lynch the negro That sii-.-'h an attempt will be made there ij doubt. Tho jail is wol! guarded, and tho efforts of the jail offi- cials to piv.o.-t tho prisoner will bo ro- inforce.l by hundreds of negroes should the atv-mpt at. lynching bo made. "'..I-.-. ;n Fri-; LATEST Its Delations to the Pro 1 In W'.i'ch May b.i Forni-d iu t'.n Interest of Demoorntic dau-s for the Ureat Frizs. of Uto .ur Kroui Aii i _. of their dastardly fonow the failure of tho potato crop a assault. They arc all stran Si indication points to tho act aro S-IP.IO persons who committed thn who'psalo in Wyoming, Jones Co-inty, last Friday KIOT AT A JOLLIFICATION. In To-.vn Intt r. fcreil With n uml S.v Men --o Shut, O ie Whom MAHIO.V, Ind., Xnv. The -MO- cratlc celebration at Fairmo'.int S. lay night in honor of tho result o- elections was marked by a bloody While the procession was moving a'oag the principal street a negro of jroportions ran into tho >randishing a club and a revolver, and commenced firing and striking eft Al Powell, a whito tpv.ssicr, was shot and instantly killed. The excitement pnsued. A score or more shots were fired and tho threatened to become general. Four nogroos were wounded. The colored man who stirtod :be riot, whose name can not be ascertained, was shot twice in the back after ho had killed Powoll and was placed under ar- rest He was taken to jail with the mob howling at his heels. There is a good prospect fora lynching. S'ie-riiT ;Uc- Feeley, of this city, gone to tho scene of tho riot and will endeavor Do protect the prisoner. HAS TO SPAY. President, s It Is a F of tho Alliance fe in A.'nt-rie.ui t'oli- 10. rroVuV-nt Polk, of the Farmers' Alliance, has just returned to the city. In an interview Saturday he said: Up to tho presentit is a certainty that the Con- gress will contain ihirry-fig'it stra'.g'at- out Alliance men, and from twoiva to fifteen others who are Aged to us. These moa are from the Suiith and Northwest the two sections in which most of our work was done. The. Alli- ance in Nebraska, Miiuosota and Iowa is not our organization and has not amalgamated with us, but it niaJo the same fight and will join us this winter. Our Alliance co-operated with them. Wo will co-operate with any farmers' association, and in z. little whiio have a grip on the situation in almost every corner of the land. We are here to stay. This groat reform movement trill not cease until it has itself indel- ibly on the nation's Financial reform is tbo necessity of tba hour and it must come. Uarire l.'i-.t in Gnlo. SAUI.T STB. MARIE. Mich... Nov. The Canadian Pacific ---t --airier Cannon a, consort. l-d v.-ith rr.il-.vay. in Ireland would be relieved otherwise than by American generosity, no steps having been taken by the British gov- ernment to moot the crisis. The firsi effect of the action of the American co-nmittee was to provoke tlippant de- nials, from the government distress existed or tnat famiuo was threatened. Nevertheless the develop- ments of the last month have confirmed tho committee's warning and the Brit- ish government has been spurred to in- vestigate tho situation and undertake a system of public works in the distressed districts which, by affording partial re- lief, will at least postpone the threat- ened famine. Tho committee has reason to believe that this sudden activity of the British government is largely duo to the sup- port offered from America, and inas- much as tbe government is now pledged to prevent distress coming to tho Irish people, is of the opinion that there may be no neod of sending food and clpthiag to Ireland from America. This conclu- sion is reached after consultation with tbo representatives of the Irish people now in America, wbo represent that it would introduce an'interfering element into Irish politics if aid in any shape should be sent to Ireland by any char- itabl. agency boforo the present ro- sources of the imperiled peasants are exhausted. that point is reached, if it doss coine, the coRv.jittue will reuO.v ;t-> ap- peal and trust to the generosity of tbo American public to carry on an adequate relief movi'm.mt The crisis will com about the close of the year and it will them bo upoarent whether the pledges of tho UrifUhgovornment are to be kept and whi-whor the relief measures prom- ised ua-li-r its auspi-.os will be Misaivwhile the committee main- tain its organisation, so that it may if necessary. N E ATL. Y S 1N -res tno total lo'-s Bruno. Captain Pet-'-rs. an-l the Louisa. They wero coal fur the I'nr- bound from CUiveland to Aliroma Mills, and tvero wracked in the galo Thursday on sixty-three miles .-outhr-ast of Alg-jraa Mills._______________ A 1 j An Wlni ICitil Fnlirr ICed F-Ttunt" li O'lf "f Nov. 10. Michael llt'in lein, of this city, yesterday recited a re markable story to Inspector McAleor Mr. neiiilein's brotbor-in-iaw, Johann Dirsch, living at Govsrnville, la., was recently notiftcd that his aunt, Mrs Cbarlotteo Blurnfi, hc.d died in Now York City, leaving to him (Ilirjcb small fortune. Ho was advised to go to New York and gei tho money. Upon bib arrival in Now York he was tol tout or. payment of to tho attor nevs. Mrs. inonoy, arnountin to 5S.OOO, would !jr- paid fiver to him The foe paid. T! -i iiOO was then cotinf-1 out r r.n tied up in a pac-'.. WIL'D '.bo f at. not bo opened nu.ii Hirsch arrived in Titts'nurgh. llirscii iirrivod in 1'itu- burL'l: Salurd.iy. be opened his pacivagf no fuund it c-jnlainoil a package of green paper wrapped with five, one-dollar bills. .ny Uo.-'--. f.ftoen-year-old ;rirl living near West River. Tho assault was CGPJ- mittod on Thursday, tho girl being' ter- ribly maltreated. Forbes was not cap- tured until tbo following day. At the time of his capture Forbes was twice shot at, and one ball lodj-.-d in his back. Threats of lynching wero freely made and Saturday night Sheriff Armigor de- cided to secretly remove Forbes to the City Iloti'l. .Some person spied the offi- cer and prisoner and spread the report that Forbes was to bo lynched. Within fifteen minutes a thousand negroes sur- rounded tho place where Forbus had boon secreted and made all sorts of threats against tho jailors if thoT al- lowed the prisoner to be harmed. Soon bricks began to fly and pistols wore flourished. Tho olllcera with drawn ro- rolvers arrested thirteen negroes and lodged them in jail. By this time the entire town was aroused to a pitch un- equalled in many ynars and a riot be- tween the whites and blacks WAS immi- nent The sheriff socurod assistance, dispersed the tnob and 'inarchod Forbes back to jail, where he is guarded by a strong force, THANKSGIVING. Fretldint Fruolumatlnn' Kiting an the to Ob- Nov. The President has issued tho following Thanksgiving proclamation: By the grace and of Almighty God. tbe people of this nation-have been led to the clos- ing (iiiys of the pa.s-init yeur. which has boon full ot blts-sitiKS of pftiico an'! tho_comforls of plcaty. 13ou itiful L-oinpeusaticm hcs coma to us for the work of our minds ami of our Uau in cvi-rv department of bum.iu industry. tli-.i-cfon.', I. Bi-nf-.unin Harrison. Presi- dent of the United Stat'.-s of America, do .here- by appoint Thursday, the 'ftti of tlio presont uiouth of Novumbur, to bo usorvefl as ft day of prayer nud and I do luvite tho people, upon Ulut. day to .-cav from their labors, to meet'n iheit arrti-uomoil placos of worship and to join in rendering gnitluulo and pniise to our benoijc-enl Croaturfor the rich blessings Ho has Ri'dntod to us us a uiition. and in invoking tbe continuance of His protecttou and ymco (or Tlie I commend to my fellow citizens tlio privilege o: retnnmberiui; thn poor, the huiieleHS itnrt ihi sorrowluL Let us.endeavor to taprlt th'j promised recompense of charity and tho acceptance of our pralne. Tu u-st.monv wlit'reof I have, hereunto sfttmj hand, nn-i caused Lho seal the Uaitud State- to be n in Duac ;it the city of Washington this eighth day of November', in the year of our Lord ISttJ and of the independence of the United State: the one hundred and llfteonth HAIUUSOM. IN TIIK TOILS. Interest In Strux-jrlo for IMsr tlio Will Karn sxtul Ex'-iilnu. AVA--.iiivr.rox, Nov. With the. ro ti'rn of o' to the i. '.M -.skip next House negins to ussumo intm-os'' and importanot-. Tho fight for the po- sition will bo during tbo coniins vinter and will undoubtedly Uavo its fleet on the deliberations of the pres- ent Hoiiso of nicest interesting phase of tho discussion it tho subject at this tinio is tho ques- ion of its relation to tho contest for Democratic no-nination for tlio i'rosl- loncy in One of the current bit! of gossip is that an alliance may bo orined between tbo East and the ,n the Spoakorship contest, with a view to an arrnngonient for tho Presidential nomination. Frominent Democrats now in tho city say that tbo Democratic strength ol Now York, Now Jersey, Connecticut, Maryland, West Virginia, part of Penn- sylvania and part of Virginia can be ihrown for a Western candidate for tho Speakership in exchange for Western votes for an Eastern candidate for the Presidential nomination. Governor Ab- bott of Now Jersey; ex-Oovornor Black, of Pennsylvania: Senator Harbour, ot Virginia, and Senator Gorman, of Mary- land, aro counted as favornblo to such an alliance. In this combination tha candidates for tbo Presidency most spoken of arc ex-Socrotary Whitney and Governor Hill, while it is current gossip that tho friends of Cleveland and Pattison in tho East may form an alli- ance for the election of a Southern can didato for tSpcakor in oicbungo for Southern votes in tho Democratic Na tional convention. J in- en lie A m.EAK FOU LIBKKTY. Guurtt Mill F O U I L L T 17 CO H 3 1 E3U'. Inrliiinw Kttunil Murtlprcr Bennett's Sfrontl Victim. LA-AYETTE, Ind.. Nov. Werkhoff. tho young Chicago man who "A'is shot by George Uennett last, Mon- ciay. died Saturday. Tho doctors per- formed laparotomy upon him. but could not save his life. Scott, tbo second ".an shot by Bennett, died instantly. The murderer is in jail, rmt docs not appear at ail concerned. Tho railroad friends of Werkhoff are much excited over his death. the Chicago TrrnU Nov. 1C. -Judge McConn ell on .Saturday issued an order of ouster the Chicago Gas Trust, forbid- or inw in-_ of Nov.- York and Brooklyn, to express sympathy with tbo of "raur- dored martyrs" of Chi.-ago, held Saturday evening at the Libor Lyceum in this f ity, and off withr.nt. -it-.r collision bot.wcn the Anarchists and the Abv.lt I..On ri'-rsons wre cnt. Ilt-rr Most was tbe principal r-r. His rf-marks wrc and tbo meeting IJH Throrit With a Ktr.nr. NKT NOT. in J. woll-known member of tbo Army of llepublic and commander of H. I'.. CiaOin iV-t, sui- cide Saturday by cuf.ir.g ibroat witb a razor at his home in thU It is believed his mind bad by s protracted and :.'..T. ne was at tbo tirco be tbe rasa act _______________ II----Mi. A. C. of iiloou- of In Jleyri-n. MIS--H i. A. Nov. 10. I'i-Trn Paul, an Indian. on Saturday nijrht found guilty of murder in tbt> de- gree- This is tbo fourth Indian who has been found guilty in tbo last liirto v.-coks of murdering while ruen on tuo r'.-sorTation. kilii-J a. man for bis money. AntU-r was one three Indians who shot throe prospectors without provocation. His companions were lynched. Lawje and J'ierre Paul, with three or four others, weutout gun- ning for white tnon and each of thorn killed a man. Pascalc. AntU-r and are sentenced to hanged December and Paul will probably at tho same titno. Arrext of a Noted arid Ken tncky Woman Who Watitod to Iloy NEW Yoi'.ic, Nov. Angelina Conrad, of Ijrockviilo. Tvy., and Walte Willard. alias "Big a noted swindler whose picture is in the Rognos Gallery, were arrested hero Saturda by detectives, who followed them from Newark. The detectives had been shadowing Willard and traced him t Newark, N. .T.. where ho mot Mrs. Con rad, introducing hnusolf by a   from Now Yor'c. had boon receiving moil KM! aid. Tbo 'Hike IT..- al'.tne.st men in Kr.gl.i-.i-i. h.i; himself with Stur.lcy -i ormoil for tlio purpo---1 of -I -'v he rosourc-'S of various rogioiis Mrs. Jameson, widow of Prof son, of Stanley's guiir-1, Stanley's against lit-r list conduct are basud upon the star.ovne.ul of a Syriun interprofr dis- .uissod from tho expedition. Another wholcsalu oviciio'i of non- rent paying tenants from Olp'.iort es- tatos tvt F.ilcarragh, h-olan.l, will take ;ilucu soon. Two hundrodiind ility fam- ilies, comprising persons, '.vill be thrust from their abolos into tho high- ways. Honor "Frodorico VoHo, of tho Costa Illcan legation to tho United States, diod recently at his rosidenco in of pnouuio iia. At- t'uo time of his death Senor Vulio. in the ab.sonco of Minister Zolodon, was acting as charge d'affaires and .Miaiotor ot tho legation. A gang of countcrfe.lter'-'- of wbo bavo been operating '.K Irontic r townsoa the line betwoun baso'iv A.ist-ria, huvo been arrested. An iiivrsiigation of their bus rosulti-d in iuipliaat- injf a number of hitbunn res- identt of tuo various Low no iu ttio oritr- inal proccudings. Frank Koll'.jr, of U.uo.i. had been shooting at dog.-, and. a day or no ago was cloutiing his i-.-u.uwr, Lo uliouglit was empty, it ,v IH iliacliargcd, and bis wife, who htan.ling uoar, was shot in tho right si-l'j. has hiuce difil. Mv. ICollia- U small children, and is ulmuaii with griuf. _ _____ ___ Msin iu Virii i: u Va., Nov. Tlal C Dnlanoy died at Wolbourno, Loudon County, .Saturday. 11. has been ill suv- oral aionths. Dulaney v.-as tho woulLhi- ost mua in Virginia, hiiving fallu.i hoir to tho ostatos of Lady ilunton, uf Bn- gliind, and the Uultinuy family of tbiu eection. ___ "111- Druw OsiiKuriii. Wis., Nov. LimaMudol, sovontcen years old, walked olf Light street bridge yesterday morning tbo draw open ;uid was drownud. 'j'bo bu.ly was found lasi. TJIE Sl-U.KETS. Flour, Gralu unit i ,-n-i.si'in. YUIIK. Nov. Mo (J.osetl at par e Ind.. Nor. -al grievance committees of tbe of locomotive onrin'-rs. nlrp's Sl'UI.VOFiKI.II. to ho'.d tbe stock of any other j Evans. cornnar.y. and ar.iinst it of tho th" Trust "o :bc entry ordc-r and the C-uurt settle as :o the lesrality M'Conmli'3 of ous- Cornpany. o A. C. a var Tnon. trainmen, switchmen arid Conductors of the norlLv. o-t aril .-outhwcst systems of tbo I't-nnsyl- j rania lin'-? i'-fl jij-itorday r will presoat a nl" of to Manag'-r V.'w.i. vrilt aiso that erk-vantv-'i of certain ;_.., 3_ T'-r; cozTiiitVjes tug Kittio went up tbe rivor with fire j engines on board and will attempt to j raUe tho vessel, although it it exceed- ingiy doubtful if it can be accomplished. fi'f- i The boat is owned by Cook, IJrown >t Co., of this city, dealers in coal, lime, etc.. and '.s valued at SI.'.OO'J; cargo about of Mr.KSMK-n. o.-v, NOT. David U. U. S. A-. on tbfi r'.-tirf.-d ;ist, dic-d bore .Saturday of cancer of tbo throat. Several ago he uniir- cnt an orctration for it. but oniy roiif.-f was afTord-id. Since- Nov. iXivi-i A. tbe walt'ij who wa- slot Fridaj Cbarlcs New York ii.htweizhi pugilist, diei Saf_7iaj from Vr.3 cITeczs oC his wound- C.iTTnrd wiU bo to-day. charged with Mrs. Clifford. oyer w-'r.otD tbe quarrel was held, bas disappeared. Won i Tex.. Nor. rl M. as of the Cotton disappeared i.f, crown weaker. Gon- c-rai served wiib distinction in tbo Mexican and Indian wars and in garet x. Y., 10. -Mrs. Mar- Higgins, ajed thirty-ave years, committed Sar.dar by banging herself a-, tu-3 toaia of aa Italian wiiU waom sho bad been living. Despond- ency and remorse her past life Ve. caase. ar.-i foot fearr.s i t.-i'-c-.n? with aim Gara y.rottr tie Rcteliioa. s'.rl The He was sixty years old. oSWals of T'.-a-i xbat is sbor; rssc.-r.-s :o a A NOT. aboai o'clock Saturday night destroyed bo had b'-on il, a :i: jr 'sr, and P  luo :it Id-. Klif.f: Htririlv fresh at ISu'ili r lj-.i--'i i. NKW YOUK. Nov. 'A'cnk an-1 Ir- restular. Kino at tJ snjM-rtinc al Miic.c'.iita i-xtra at i, :mlJ extra itt t.'i I'J Dull, wca'.: nn 1 i'-'vilnr. No. 2 rcO tt-inf T at tl.0f> cash, Nuvcm.c.-r at ?1 O'Ci. N I' i.iii'.-r nt 1 at i'.'o t .vi. Ni.-r at IJ '1-ra CP ..-nrrj- f> i' i at C.I -h. ('.n XO .c at NOV. WlfAT- 1 T'.c- at r.Jc. ii'.i. TT.Vjr a Cfl I1" r.iT.rv r'j-J' a: a: il.'ij IT Stro-r an i a. f .-.I to IJCFFAI.M. NOT. i T. T 71 ar.J r-.Iif! a; KAST w v. milC'l tost 1 at 83. n. at y> Noinic? or, m i :ft litl 1 .W. .1 1 pacSJng at r -.-..-I.-j.-sa; Hu. Eoceipw uu l.SU.   

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