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   Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1890, Salem, Ohio                               THE SALEM DAILY NEWS. VOL. II, NO. 207. SALKM. OHIO. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 11. TAVOTKNTS. i rivivrnr A ImulAL OVATION TO I" of :h- AFTKU SEVKNTEKN YEARS I'aiaic on the New York Stock Fric-es of All S'H-nrities Take a Big Tumble-- for Money Reach EiiLTn-iini Fig-urea. A Broker Drops Dead on Floor of the Exchange, Adding Ex- citement to the Scene. NKW Xov. 1L Iri.-o i'.tr- liaaeatary party Arrived Von.lay afiorn. on ar.d were it Ori.id Centra', .lop it by t-rant, .T. i J. K .j-fin? Ke'.'.'y ,mi erst They were than Jrivoii t. rinra before a larsro i ne was especially notaoiu Tr hntl -ft.T uinm; that public in the Arab spttlcinenK -t F.ills ad WolL if ever I am c with It I'll deny It." If Jameson had not. shown the skftclifs and appe '-r.'d -o tak" iin.'.e in tlit fact that h'1 thf ou'.y ni-in lurl lii-.s at'-erlous a't of c nmha'.ism 1 K'T- ran's I niiul.t ii i.t b.'v'n by Iho manner of rclalin_' Ihe by would not have lnvri dt-vmcd evidence t i .i t" ii an whll'1 man to nf-in-i nu uct Had J.ime-on lived 10 reach I would ceriainiv have inquired Into of "-v nr'ic.lp. of !ho acr'iiiition. tint -I i'-n: ir.-- to e a: Bangala station -In- rf.inv dale avlvanni- col- ri'ach.jd M.'ir.alvj.. The .-lergyimin who is r.-pii-t'Hi to have seen that tr ipl'y in is a i-.'ontl.'rn.iti very w.-ll known For the present I havn no right to nimt.ou uis name. You have nsU''d to st.He what I know of tills act of cannibalism T t.' yo'i wh i1 i l.now nf It. The witnoss-'s I have mentioned are I.eon.ird K VViNou urul Charles Z-TrUi oiy secretary and carrier. HUNKY M. STANI.KV. flual Divid.-nii irod for the Crodlton of A Nov. trustot of tin' i-state of .lay Cooko .t Co. nn the- payment of tho final diri- dcMid urion presented boforo Mon- day next. The final diviv'uin.l will be 1'i'per rent, in ea-h on 5rt.451.000 and S.4' shares of Northern i'acilic preferred stock, of Oregon Steutushij; and Navigation Company stock ani4 of a sharo of stock of tbe Si. I'aul A Dubith railroad to each r-l.CUJ of claim, to creditors holding that amount and upwards. With tho payment of this dividend tho affairs of Jay Co. willbo wound up and tb.O total --int of raid on it wi'.l b.avo been pei- c.tut on Tho liabilities when tho firm failed in uvr.' but this amount b.is been rediuvd by Htijjatio-i, compromises and various forms of dompt'on to tho figure, named, less than sixty per cont. Thorn were credi- tors when tho firm failed. Thp.ro has been no dividend since ivhon the fourth one was distributed. Tho fifth and flnal dividend brings the last chap- ter of this historic failure to a close. During tho proi'oss of winvlinjjup tho in- tricati) aflaird of the citato, the .lay Cooko Interest has acquired about ono- half the outstanding claims through rn- demption and purchase-. In tho distri- bution of bonds and stocks to the credi- tors, tho. amount realized in the ajjcrre- gato has more than exceeded tho extent of the claims. of IVople in anil From This State. AN IXILNrriON SUIT. j of tin.' Tvp.jj pany :xt VVr.- Coir.- ('fttinu in for tlip AMiiX1.. TON, Nov. 1 i. A nuuibur of Democratic Congressmen wbo v.-ill not inTnbers of the Fifty-si-c.jr.d have announced thom.-.e.ives cfSces at the disposition of the Mouse. Congressman Frank Lawlcr, tho de- candidat" for sheri-T c'_ To-n'r. will be a can- 'iiv'.a-'-. the Uouse- Conc-'--s-nan -Tnhn of Nf-w York. pushed for the H. clerkship. v of I N'ortb w'i'i i bcp.ls for Denver, caused iiis arrest. I n i t I I I'.V. Nov. 11. In tho ?'l- prern" of tti" states vjs- I torday i-i'-li. in tr.e case of Crnwlny. if -.f S .n F vs. an opinion S tr. Fri-i- Cisco police -.-id itrarr I discretion to grant >j: ".I'.'Jvr Ii- j on Atncriciin Siilomiirn. SEATTLE, Nov. II. Oreat In- dignation is expressfid traveling men now in this city at tho retaliation of the ftuthorities at Victoria. Since tho passage of tbe McFCinley law e.vory American drummer doing business in -ij :en required to pay a li- i of This only allows him t.i by .sr.tuplt- until 1, wiifn every foreign salesmen mus.t pay a fee of SlOO for the privilege. Last eight salesmen, including' three from Now York and one from San Fran- cisco, were arrested and each finod and costs. for Tw.i K-iilmmN. I! Pa., Nov. 11. ThoStal.o Di-iiartment yesterday grant'-d criart'TS to A u railroad companies. One is the St.ite Lino Railroad Company, extend- ing from the New York and 1'ennsyl- vania State lino near its inturifjction with tho ('H'nesoo river, southerly to i'.Tr-, The i.s th" Erie railroad. It will be s.-wn miles long1 from a junction with th" Nifhel I'iat" railroad Hirard. to a junction with the Slinnan- yo Lake Erie railroad. for .larllflal flonorn. I xornx, Xov. 11. -Tho published stat.-ii-.ent that of T' nnesseo, succeed .Socrotary Tracy ns .Secretary of tho Navy upon lattcr's to thn Supremo Court of tho United States. IB discred- ited bore. It is generally conceded that ,i Miller's successor will come from the We-st. It is said, however, that be- f'.ro tho close of the present adrniniitra- -will be another t.o fill in_tbo Supromo Court to which Tracy ijjay o1; appointed. Nr.v.'Ai'.K, N. .T.. Nov 11. Kirk- jii'.r-.'-K y'-il'-rday postponed 'rial of I.-j'-y and the otv.-r An- with rioting in CHICAGO "NAKTYKS." York the Execution n'. tho II NEW YnitK, NOT. 3.0UO people assomhlod at Cooper Union last night to celebrate the memory of tho fivo men who were executed in Chicairo three years ago on account of tho llay- markot riot. Tho event this year is split up into two sections, last night's celebration bdintf by tho Socialists and to-nig-ht by tho Anarchists. Forty-two societies were represented. Tho police wore pri'.sont in strong1 forco. Huijo Falke, who presided, oponod the exor- cises and strongly denounced tho Chica- go authorities. Prof. Do Leon followed and said tho Socialists had no uso for those who advocated dynamite. Those who tulkod of blood would bo tho first to run when tho timo carno to uso force. Resolutions woro adopted denouncing tho prosecutors of tho Chicago "mar- tyrs" as "perjurers" and "criminal plutocrats." An undying romembrancu of the execution of tho "martyrs" was professed, as well as a determination to abol; .h slavery. lA'NCHEltS FOILED. Attempt of llnn.1 of Viijllantfn to Cap- ture Murricrcr IJociiiino of I'n-ciiiitinni. Tnd., Nov. after two o'clock Monday morning band of masked men numbering lifLy u> soventy-five visited t'ao county jail, intent upon lynching George Honnof.l. tho man who last weok murdered W. 11. Scott and John Workholl. Ono of number, by personating a policeman nnd giving Jils name as inducoj a turnkey to '-ome to ti.o door, finiu Ji- ately thrt was filled with men, all arraod. Thoy found tbo v-o tbo cells and suarched everywhere for I'.enuett. lie was not there. .Shoriif MrKoo bad removed him earlinr in the nitrht to a place of safety. The mob was well organized and tbero was no talking or hurrahing. Tho jail was guarded by men and no ono allowed to near the building uiilos-s ho was known to bo in sympathy with the lynchora.   unjoin tlur.u from disposing of SIMJ.OUO worth of the Rogers TypogvapH Company's stoclt which Hazzard claims h" bought of lioyt October I vs that th.lf time he nf IMP. :isr> money to bind bargain and that ho was to pay SO.nrtd but thnt lioyt to leliver the stock, clatmintr tb.at he wisb.od to look the of one of the signers to notes to bo given on the purchase, zarvl now asks thn court to issue restraining the defendants from dispos- ing of the stock and that lloyt bo com- pelled to carry out his ncr-eeni'Mit and deliver tho stock. Hazard is acting for members of tr o Rogers company who wish to get Hoyt's stock. AVHISUK IS 'I'llOaiPSOS? p jii.MI-mico of A Mnhonloj( County .-Man Kt.nl I'lwy KfturfMt. VorNfiST.iWN. Nov. Thomp- son, a veteran of tho Into war residing at Perkins, tl.is county, has disappeared under circumstances indicating foul play. Thompson, last July, leased m farm noar EHnbnrtr and hired a colored man named Jackson to run it. Soon nftor Mrs. Jacktion, who hud in tho Cleveland workhouSO, came to tho farm, but ran away in short timo with Att- othor msn. In .September Thompson secured large pension and. drawing tho money at Akron, started to Edin- burg to buy tho farm ho had loased. He stopped Rt Kootstown. displaying a largo roll of bills, ntid started to walk homo, but was overtaken by a neighbor namod 'SVilltam Smith, wbo convoyed Thomp- son to his own bouso and saw him enter it ns ho drovo awav. Since then no clow to Thompson has boon obtained. OUTUW.VJTi: IS WILLING. The DLnllin.-iilKht.il From the Culumbaa Dl.lrlrt Nut thi' of tlio lloudu Hnpre- Nov. Representa- tive Outhwaito. of Ohio, who lias boon nominated by all of the IVinociMt nnd many of the Republican newspapers of his district for Speaker of tho Fifty- Congress, said Sunday night thr.t-, while he had r.ot announced bitn- auli as a candidate, if the members of tho noxt Hou.se siioui.l rminu that be was tho proper p I'.ji' th.: honor, he saw no mason uhy ho should not. ac- coptit. Jlesaid that the Fifty -second Congress would change tbe House rules, nnd attributed tho result of tho oloo- tiotis to tho Mi-ICinley bill, the Forco bill and tho met hods of coudiictuig bus- iness employed in tbo House. IClinliliiK OiM'iifio.l to O., Nov. Stato P.oard of Agriculture is greatly oxoitod by the provalence of hog cholera in tho con of r.-'' 'hr> h Mo- of tiii; large- h >g misers '.D rn-.U- ing tbe'r to droves aro rnportcd to have .started within tho last week t.o the eastern markets, not a fow of wl.j.-b aro .suspec- ted of having been inff-'t.ed with Mio disease. The disease seems to be un- usually severe tbi.s year, and where it has appeared herds of .several hundred have been swept away in a week. Slllfl'lll 111 .foil. Xov. II. Ailgllit Filer attempted suicide by banging in a cell ak the Central police station Monday. Tho turnkey found l-'iler bunging with his foot raised from the floor against bis cell door. His woro tlod under his chin, throwing the weight upon tho spine. Tl.e susj.en were 'lonbled and tb'i IODVI rarried up to a joint of the .-ell door a foot abov') his head. Had he thrown himself for- ward ho would probably have choked to death. _ Thieving Vi'iilia-i. .-..-i-> ter'.-d the otber 'lay by thii-e wbo carried o.T .sjioo.i-i. :iu overcoat, vrold are! -.ui; of clolb'-s and other t lh" of aboi.'.S'.'O. 'r..-j- v.-cro .re-1 by tno at fin er.ville and rnfirn'-d to thiscitv, where they gai til'1 of Flynn. Harry P.iakf STKAXG USC IN Or.lliuition it I li-rrynvin I.it.i" rr.i with A.-ru-i-.i l.io of Iti-liiB r mi fUl. .Vii-h., No-.. Triuity this >'u ing flu- i-1'reu.t-..y -i t.> tho ol H. II. Johtis'.oji, I'MlgtlS tho j..-o; U" U.'.i.v V.'.- mcral iiiit'fiiiii.i ut Li.i'i-v be in 'Any of tho ordinal. on of ;-a.. '.le. S. H. U nod ford, forun-r rv. o: Trinity su-pj-oil into t ci..ut' i I and said: "In ua.ae of i forvvnrvi j i ,r.-: aneo of the ..il I..1 h.ii-i dnte." :iiv u I tb.tt the i i "in r s u 1 :ii .I'd on the spot. .'.'.I f.irvi .'u- -.1H...1. li.id v.u'iv ;'..M v ly tout the i. r tluMi, but t.u- i -'ei trial occur en. n! o ilfo.il us', e.i for n" I', ,t ii. it i t i i', e v 1 1 1 1 1 1> i e i i 1 action had been .en i'. o bl.shv'l''-- ie '.I.' i'...', wi'b bis i.if.i tins U.O bishop i..-d !i -e. tV'ui -i pressed by >i  :tii" 'ie -M i' therefore coubl nvit I'll what tin y would lostr. v. I'.it he a who could cer-.ain wit- nesses were nil ab.syni and M.e bishoo CHllevl uii th.'ui to i-.inu- Ty.-A ird .IP. I tlial if they .'lid n..; do u 'he Slant the ceremony go on. So .lo'utibun was oi'vlainc'd. KF.MJN TK-v (i( Ulvul fhl ui S.in l.i t 'I---.- ru- HJI.Ic. SAN vrisco, reigns in tiie (.'hiin.-e -j, .n-ter of this city. The members ..f tbe Stiey Onj; Tdng Ci-.mpany anil tin Singsocip'.y aro on tho outlook .i.-h live.s. '1 lie gjigu ol iiLii.e wa.s turuun ;i when F. '.hot ar.d killeil in tliv.' V. jlreet The.Uel by I.lick Ai. i .ie.' [ell 1- ir.j; an actor iroiu blar i Tin: mur- derer, who a mvipi-er of the Hiivy Oug Toiigt. ;.i of i. liu latter bociety, Lhe'i u.jt jiui i.iibd on AVu.s.iiiigtvJii a c '.o, Hi Cboy I'oii, was s.-t in. i; ii'u1, beali'ii at thn f-umi) l. Nut i- at with Uvkinjs a life for :h" "in1 I'my iia.l lost. Lie- :-un 'i i ev .1 i. :u: other and Marie AI' Yoe was shot and now lies at tin" hosp.uii in a dying con lllUoll. JJrr.t.pr'l Iira.l. TlKK IN, 1., Nov. 11. -Miss J. Taylor, re-i-iing at -X) Ji-ITurson street, dr'.pp'-d dead of bfart rlimias" Monday morniiig. fast She and v.-is an T. Arndt, who san." p'.aco a Srri'.'jjtlr III. ------------------_ I A Harrr-! Col-J of n'-w ar.i of poH ir. .'.r' >T Na- T   V.r- I r.-lvo Of j -j-.iles i re .1- ,-i.- t'a., N-JV. '.i for R. r.. S -.IT.-. N v ".r vvr- of a writ in a tore- -ire packer of M.ii. A'.i.-e Go-vliy. for Cai.. n .JV.bn Ivett one 01 and wai'.h-  I.- ritlicr (IMU-l-il I.. i... e.Vpert 111" W goi o V.'l- cuit Court Cier' tnt I'.r.t acr'-. I' f.' t- lie L: --r returr.s o: X i-o Battered for sovera; feot. Tcere is no ;lue to the ia.. Nov. ar -T: i'f-rn'> iv -A taking' too A. the pa- Mc.Mi.'.U-n. .eaters ir. j M. K. A-, ,uO tbe Tb.rd an-i i .v..r.N. f'.r j wortb of pr.zt! bojjs froai to li.u party at tr.c rccenl Ma-.thias and I of tbe .'.I'. Kr.'. v. ero ro.'.-ase.i i V.TI-, s'e.im'-r pi.-ii; Sunday. Tlcro going on. mt Tin V4 Sr N hood of Rai'.v.'.-xy <'o iduct-iri ;r. I'itu-.b-irgh r.ight. Tje o or tlicir visit coul J i.j is to ing uni'urrr: s-.a'.v o' -'it- way Ail IT- wul be ri -.i.-'.g-, which v. :ii by scsji o i .Iiys or two weeks. -lit 1   

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