Salem Daily News, November 12, 1890

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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1890, Salem, Ohio THE SALEM DAILY NEWS. VOL.11. NO. 268. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 12. TWOCKNTS PANIC i-i" KttriioM 1 ro-i> C.-nor il Vnit.Kl >rt Auoiher Exciting ia Street. Failure of T-.vt HiMkoratfe Firm- and Knmoi'5 K-sjai'Jii'g1 the Hanks A'ld to tlie TurmoiL on All Active Vfftr Ualrs lor Tlifir Honey. NKW was a .-al i.; i ward in stocks .'i lav .vhich was entire'v .e :o -he improvement of tao financial London Private cables an- need that js.2.3 in gold were on way from the continent to the and that confidence on tne Loi.-ou btork Exchange had to a large been restored. These favorable .jcs had a wholesome effect on this ic-.rKi-t and at the opening pru-es wcra and in the iirst hour, the was oxireii'ely wild and 1.11. prices advanced 1 to per cent L.ir.e M.ore, Noituern ufd., and N A'.uencaa wore exceptions, de- c .rung respectively Z'. arinsj House Association have do- C'.ir-d to c'.oaring-houao certificates Th.b will greatly relieve the y inarKet and will, no doubt. '.o-> panic. The sales were even lamer '-..an cm Mon l.iy, 3" ..nors of trouble amon? binki- in- v.o'-o on-rent all day, but no 1 TIV oh att -niior. to them, think- at were the usual omana- n'' br i- I.HM.I-. After the r'1'J-.e. df-veiopei of Three "h of tho Now ir HO.I--O Association w.-ro .r.-.1. io iettle tho claims of the other a_ra.nit them. There-.vas a bal- ii'a.n-- :h" Kank of N ir'h Amei-jr-a. S., i i.n'ii! which it wa-> jnable to set- The oth'-r '.-..-r N-rth rod the and Tr.iJe.-s'. the day the Mrcha-ncs' an i liank in vie its the c'.oarin? an :eaks rc'viv-l is-i-t nice fro-r. tho -r Danks in the association and pulled all rig-b- t.i- Kink of No-rh it was "d t'ia' trie trouble was directly due '.e vco'.Tit of Dy-k'T. .v: ro. iho account of that fir-n t'r.e bank was in a stronger I'apjr'aTit fact3r in the de- i -A.I-, the scare.ty of 2 7. r cent and 'A i> _-. i on equal to O-'.l i. the c" beer, -i d ditlor. 1- i To of thC A Sr'.if in till- of ITEMS. Uathproi! t.j ipli from V! Ta t arllt. o; Of ,in e'. About were oiierated. i' :ice M ;i of the Tar..I' l-e Kneomv.g-ed iu Local Ais'.'iublies. New York and An- j i th? National League. i-s and t'3, an i Co 'i.id at !0.i miles. The duties dc OT tho forecast la'., ho --M lesa than A of un :-i and cxpres.-, a for.-, for a lie or dis- t-ict -I'.1. o'.e- ruen t, i- -r. -r %nd wind. P, i.-o'v in i '_-uen to the prelii-i or- for i iv i1- Mate or dtatr.ct. r.ns. .n.l n; cul'ie-, ,-....e .ro M d'.' i- c t'l t D i v. -'i se- ver" co! 1 wo-o not 1 1. 1- C.-IK. of ail th" impor- n nt Cold v. au-s i.-..ig -.cd. In shaking or ;o- :ia General s rr-, it irs from d'ltn 01 I..-." -'i >t .1 nn rn iv a ine tornado be oxpi'.'ted ufvener on an average thin O-K-- yi-.irs, and that the a-i :x ov h r .t i1 'l--s-ruc- tion can b.- -.T- Ungly small, even in the most liable to thcso violent srorn.R. YIOL-Yn.fi i' .r 7-a ti in answer lo an inquiry In- the Posiojiiro as to whether a in tun newspapers of the -Mug- contest" in its P'I.ISMS. ar In >'i .1 r.o-i of tho lottery by Thn case is based upon cli'T'nirs from tho Cincinnati on n_j to the j> -.cmling first tho CCHTCI t mi nC or -i i .f fast for iTO Or- I I'.Tir-Tr, candidate for M i-n-fir of ito of Ohio. cart lull v i >i MII apond- inir elec'ion cai :i it b 1 1 LO de- pendent upon c'l.ini o of ill1; sla' MI I br- {-'i- terpri.se in n'; irifr.v.'tiou of the law AV.VK IX HONDUKAS. The rnpitnl in 'i thn II. runnel c.ty and it i-> i be will bu tu surr itocK. fir-i is.is at the lia'-n. 'I ri" did not ;uiii- in 'or i.'id Iv c" >k I" the barn to teil him the meal was -i ,ily, 1j.it '.vii'jn sjot t.'j-r'. the doctor lynur n'.j a .'.ict, bole ininSi and Wn-ori ovor the "nas nut yet been ;aught. __ Ofncrat 'Mr K Pti-ioriil. TON, Nov. 1C. T. jf the iato General Da-.: i M' K.v--n took place from St. .To ,n i'. Episcopal church Tost'-rdaT T'." -A "71- fin hv Uio Loyal Legion, of 'i-p.'-ral McKibo-n v.as ;-r. :a" :-y ii '.'r i'-..-' A r-f -i: ind an fr'i- Ho the 1'uMic 1'rfhS tlu> of York Con- t r it r I'! Nov. 1'2. Tne OtM'.eral ".c Kniyht-? of L.Uior con- .n Tjooday, Towdorly ttxi-r two delegates wero prcs- ont. Pouderly road his address, :.t ivni''.usion of which the assembly adjourned until this morning to give tho cotu i.ittoo oa crodontials time to pn-tiarn their report. Hut two contests vii re reported. IT i Id Mr Poniiorlv nmii'iil-cl in i ;'.o '.i n' i >ic 'MiLier or- 'A h.l bi'C.l CV-'' U '.XVOirV r> 'r yc li'irii...' f.inui, Mr r, -iV "I'H' i'Hi-t I'tipoit.mt uf a scrlos >n- tl'.it >1 fit- of all :..il' 01, tluvl of an.' Trade. '..ui-'iut a t irif! or '.l l.ir1 c --i iu mi: p1-' tai'ilc vnil I Uo uot s u-'i llo.v. 1 L ujn-n tin- i1oor-> of our for tlio i' 1. of 'ir ri !i. in merited t 'ftn a 1. nr'hv nil the eoi- Ki-eii h and tii'nv and 0' that th- s'- tile C'nlrn Ullic- r. Pirrs--' 'ti.n. Nov Tuesday morniu meeting of tho Players' Na- tional l.e.uue the pen- nant w.is au.irdedto the Hoston club. After as that all of tho clubs except I'.1, -barjii and Now York wero to remain members iif tho Play- ers' F.eacjue, tlio meoiiim' adjourned un- til five o'clock in the evening. At the even'nc: meotinj; the Pitts- burgh mid New York clubs pri-fconiol their which we.e o- I :o bo hold tho sixtv reiiuired bj- the constitution liefore tlunr tin.xl acceptance. An ol, c- tion w.i-, then held, resulting in tho of Charlos A. Prince, of Hoston, is pre-iaent. A. L. .Johnson, of l.ind. vice and F. II. lirnnell, of secretary and tr -a uror. After Messrs, .lohnson, Priuco and appointed as a conference jr arbitr.ition Committee to settle dis- ,1'ite-, Cincinnati was admitted to n'lship in the League. Applications ivere also fo the location of clubs in Washington and Detroit. Tho meet- then adjourned until this tuorninir. It is reported that during the meeting- th.' representatives of tho Pittsburgh ind York clubs wore unmercifully Derated for tho alleged weakness they nave d T'OM; 'n-iiru' hj Ou w h id MI to If ,irr. win n iho >n; i.ier- uu! f ir.n 1 th n were f-w .Vt- n not 5, to this 'ut.iatlon or the ne p. those woi K for lou '.v-u'es !n LOMI Mr. 1 'o a !TI> c'l od th" D of a law to botu sexf.s f'in.i! nt'lits. lie f.ivorcd the ace of t'li irur 'tlo'i from tho Farmers' tn send ilrleicates to their next convention and th- en operation of the K. of I, w ith the vanon-, in the work of fede-.uiou De.ii! Aiiiircnists. Yoniv, Nov. 12. A large crowd at Cooper Union last to hear Lucy Parsons and lief Most tho Anarchists who v. oro banned at Chi'-ayo on November 11, li-O. The hall was crowded with red fl.vjs. and pictures of tho five dead An- arcuists were suspended on tho Mrs Parson's spcoch was mainly do- vot'-d to attack upon tho police Shn f tho "martyrs" and 'inserted c-l.y was not dead. Herr Mo.st inibor of other speakers fol- n to Her llrothur. vir. Ir.d Nov. 1'J. .Marv dir d yesterday fri.'ii the ef- l'iv s on tin- he-id bv i. was by ,i-r ii'i to ;jfl of i.nablo to .In so rnarko.d that .sue '.va-> afraid in ffa homf lost sho should be killed. Si, 13 did m> home, ho-vevei, and .vr.-ero.ly .1 }_. i. I I- i'jtlliiva ,1 vV.jnrfy z ti! -f s'''" has KIDDLKO WITH HULLKTS. V Wife Shot to on n Knco Truck by the, WotnAn'a KelntlTofl. Oa., Nov. C. Daw- ion, of (.Mi'nvillo, Ala., was shot and Killed nt tho riii'O tiack at the Chatta- hoochie Valley Expositiou yesterday by Dick and Robert Howard, brothers, and James Kickor-jtafT, their brother-in-law. Immediately after the trotting race, D.i su'i diove into the open Hpaco in tho re.u- of tho judge's stand and (jot out of his sulky. ImrnedUtcly thereafter Dawson was seen running, pursued by three men who were firing at him Daw- son drow his revolver as he ran and, I'n od upon his pursuers Tuir- shots wore exchanged, when Daw- bon fell and expired .shortly afterward. He bad four bullets in him, two of whioti inflicted fat-xl wound'. The nans" o' tho shooting had Us ori- gin iu J. family trouble, Dauson having married and deserted a Miss I.uvai d, SI-.IIT of t'no tuo men named. Tliu How- ards to one of the oldest and most respectable families in (leorgia. The Howard boys and Ilickorstalf been arrested. The of Stanlnjr> Lortiirqi. XK'.V Nor A i'-n'-o ijathnred at tho Motropoiitan Opera Hoino evening to listen to tho lecture of the jfreat African ex- pli'rer, Il'-nry M. Stanley, who told of fvo years' into the depths of th'- Dark Mr. .Stanley wai with applause. Ho op' n- -Mth a ijrapbic account o. t.'ie through wf.ich ii -r.r.rched for days. He of his trouble wilh E-nin Pas'. I'-'. NOV. 5 J; T.--' -i NOT. i.r-r- .rrf-'l on rn at N'.rVo s'n'ion. T.-i .Ti'.-.n. A train 5 AN CO I 015NTS, Olio Itcror'l of Murtlfr. l-'ntrtl Cn' u.lltlf'H OiAf.UHO IIH In til isr o. Nov. j witnessed a wonderful chapter of j and accident in this city, flew jv Chinaman, waa beaten to .ieath by whito highway robbers uho escaped. Mrs. Frank Bishop, who arrived fr. m mouth, Mass., on a visit Monday night, biow out the tras at the hotel where sho was stopping- and was asphyxiated. Louis who arriveda fewdays from Ge-rnany, went to bed intoxi- cated Monday nifrht and was also as- phyxiated. Thorn-is an iron v.orker, f( 11 down an embankment yos- lordav and broke his neck. Diphtheria s to unabat--d. th'-ro bav- in u been thirty-three nv.'.' cases and four deaths Monday. VTi Train I'nlN. Ni Nov M vr-ioiH at- t laf" I, to v. a train on th" N -w Yorl: Hudson Ur.'-r railrou 1 at Onfj Hun- dred and Fo.-'y-first street. Some, per- -on or pi-rs'.n-i took a itout sapliny and .vit'n of wiro rope tied tb" ends to or.p'.sii" rail and fas lone 1 it so that it formed a r-omploto ob- About midnight a train struck the obstruction and the en- gui" was thro.vn from th" track. Had r.'.t b'-en movinj; slowly a of life would certainly have followed. As it was no one was injured. Attornpt morning Jacob a man o-.'-r years of ajfe, S'li'-ide by cutting his throat, but not successful in the attempi ani will lie with a son, on whoso rir'-n.ises tr.e was done. Despond- caused by the recent death of bU -.v.'f, th" la'.se of th" act- HI. K. Xov. f. his inn-.-rr-nn- of of Ilf-riwell and says thai -iiVit'-ry :n wbic.'i t tragedy is '-n- ,._ .j_: N .T .1: _ x i "I -v t run' for I 'i p S r.i, triat and sars ;ar. v.-a? not v. 1 n, r.'eiich do '.--c is dead r. pi-ror i-n has -nado .v gift ol to Prof. Kocu. ol j iifw our-i for I broker, has -...x.lo in Tho Aine.-ie in of Mechanu-al j Eryli.i-i-'.i is '.n ann-: .1 -ession iv'ch-I -.-..nd, Y.. Narr of phin, have 1 Mr Na-r a mem- ber of the New York Exchanffo. The Planters N-u'on-il Hank of llou-ton, Tex., eaiut.il has to business. John T. Son .t Co of New City, h.uc assigned. The iirtn had a c.i'.iit-il of from 'iOO.OO to and its credit has ranked hi'_rh. Tne of discontent i'l Belgium is (jiiito tronoral tlirou_rh.nit the countrv and ac'.iator.-- are u here ]i' opie to e.'Urn ted art- violem e. Kire it Mvlril vle-tnnod a tob'i.vo f.ieio-j, i a loss of ?'2 id. (Hill. Tin ''ieu-.uid j> Mtile depr'M'd of eeiployment bv tlie conll.i- trration A ferrv-boat overloaded with men, wajron.s and horses uhil er.iss- iiiU' the rue.- Urititz, re- cently, and fifty-live peasants wero drowned William M Fishback, of Fort '.'in.'.. .1 at ill-, to ,il X.i i v Int. ,r i.i'! I in' r ,i'ii' r. i .1 iir-, Cii i ,i' i. I'm. at -ic r Tho NOUN ToM i.i I'.i'... rt at i'.l in 'till M. Mitchell, Oh coi dnvr- II.IM b i- nidi-" ried a nii'i-i i i .t e.' It it ;iro- ;n M, I'..; A im' -Hulk Nvvv Y'.IIK N'ov II -rr-H'-ltlfd Kl n at f; 7 4! rll.'n- at :.i I sn. .Mm i i'-r.i a'- i n. ci'.y Atr.i-iKl !.i in Win -I'lrm Xo 2 n-'l -.iliif-r n' f I ill I i rr. r at 1 'M .1 i .il it -.No rn! at ic- i in bcr arid .ianuarv a: J m I, A ni> D'-L-'jrn'ier al if, I'. Jar.-j.i-; a', or iry a- ToiElf'i. Nov 11 -V.'HKAT- ticti'-'; ft' al 'j-r. r al S of at if. r atM -'.i i let. S.i'.os ca'.fi and P.' -r.-.y T 17. T.'.V'v- r' j j for Ihf Nov. M. -Genera! V." s' H U van. a rr.'.T.'V-r of the firm of J. s imp'-.rt'Ts of silks, etc.. No. SI street. Tr." are about 000 and thf- assew '.-.-an >v. painters and J hhot himself thr- .1', the yesTr-rday morninj and j tlrr.w. ins-antiy. He lelt a wife aad five children. Nov. '.I. ;it j.'. n. fair to ui. Jr.'.rr.orj al nf the lo his sinii of all f o boil 1- .n I 'n estate and apprnpn ii.-.i tho ow n use, b.irn'ig l s ,e In -in 1 .xre UMU .i Mid b-.s uu n ibo u t f p.. A'ii About si i-s M -ell, tlio (loner. il's mother, 'i iu ci'i i i 'Tx- ni.iio of t 'e r.pi-'-ii, .it "v Yoik. Ii i' :'io ,on- sion ;igi f u .nioii! by Dr. Alexander and w lie. In- 'i.; old liids fos PUNS of :i f, she Mill h id Di. Ab V.'KI- r 1 i m the city the p iM wee'i-- ,i'id hil 't'i uith Mitche'l, u ho to make ,iny M.iteiueut. iliua sought tlielig.il of 1C. N.i-h, llo.n-gL' L Co'ivi-i'-, i'id n'liers sIMel hi: inlen' on of -i-in-. linp to Washington at once and l.uing tho eliliru matter the i'roMue.it uad tho of the lul -rioi General Mitchell Is a clos., of rx-Presuleut Ha-, es and h.is b.-en a hijjh- ly of C'olinnbus. His said that he is greatly worried and pre- ploiod by thi< charges that are to brought against him. '1 hese i-hargeh that ho hasappi opi l.ited t no inhoril.inco of his sisters, made f.xlso and fraudulently convoyed his property to his wife. A VILLAIN'S llftilftfdly tempt nn I Srnua- to 11 I.Jidy. N, 0, Nov ri --A xilHiin- ous aliempt at rape wa-- inado inlay eveuini; ivar th" i...-. u mMing' Uiil! upon Maggie Uei sr, e.ri d years, us she was guinir lui.iin hilo walking along the r.xihu.id tr.u-k biio allaeked bv a to '..TV- mouthy grasping her ihroit and plic- Ing his other hand ove" her moulli bit Ins finger until I Iu si ouiidi o! inn led v.''ih p'lin and relr.-vso lodd vn t l h1 u f r .-r. -1 IIM i ,ih 1 r in away Mn- U unable b-.un li'-- hon.o, but has g'ui'ii tin1 I'olic" a full -rrip- tlnll of hoi- who to bo u follou u ho h.is been ,i.tui0 i-u 5pici- uiihly of Iato. I'.ni IK-I iii r.nicy. Duvr rs v, Nov. 12 --Domorrats of this pi.n-n had a Ji.ne Monday nighL jollifying ovci the election. A canoe uas pnividi'd to innvcy thi- Itf- juiblii-aiis up Silt rivor and im-r it was constructed a gibbi-t. fi-uiu which was Mispemliul astullc'd figure a well-known named Wellhouso. ul.O was charged vvitii sell- lug out to the Rnpublinns Thi1: hauled ll: rough the stn is. stopping in li-.iit of the lesid.'ni's of b.iding KepuhiH-ans. The liguio .iT'.i consigned to the II. um of .1 bmiiiiu. i'lllirctl limn Ht O Nov Pi -TlK- ill-feel- ing v.hich has fi.r some I im" ef istml here between I he Herman and Ii fin linlis of ho Ui'f'iriiK-d l.iireh ilini- last Sali.nl. xy in b-tf ii uron linirg b'-ing lusl it 'i !i-d by !li 1 1 1 1 i .1. iiis tri I i a result the eiiilh-o v.a-, Sunday ngains! wnrs'iipp'T-, t'i'i key being in "f tin- '-..iinlr '.lioT'f f lift inn has a pre flc r '.f 1 1

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