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   Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1890, Salem, Ohio                               THE ,EM DAILY :ws, II. NO. 272. SALKM. OHIO. MONDAY. XOVEMBER 17. 1890. KNT8. M s i STKUGGLrs >'i u -r iv> S-'U-h M ir by Tbive r s ElESLEO tal UCifiiimrs- Of Siiyorce Suit. tii3 The Case Go by So Far as the Irish I. >r and Mr3. O'ib.-a are L.I. Corann.i. sel and K" fortunavj v. .NO; ff T. A r, t P.ritish nun Yor'c :-nki'-s by a rvu-ws tno v, it i ;p Finn of V Up il's. S'nil Its JiMior Member. CLEVKLVXD TS WILLISO. g Evidence of (iullt Against Sir. and Ills Fcnmle Fartuer in lu- iquity. LONDON, Nov. O'Shea divorce suit came up for trial Saturday. Justice Butt presided and special jury had been empanelled to try the case. The court room was densely crowded. Mr. Parnell was neither present nor repre- sentedhycoun el when the court opened, and the only prominent perbon present conn cted with the case as a principal was Captain O'Shoa. Cuunsol for the respondent, Mrs. 0'SLt.'a, stated that it was not his inten- tion to croaS-examino any witness or lno call on the part of his client, nor should he participate in the pro- ceedings. Aa icuraense sensation was caused by this announcement, as the action of tho defense condemns I'arnell to very heavy cojts. ytr. Clarke, counsel for Captain O'Shea, said th.it, notwithstanding1 the refusal of the de'enso to proceed, he neverthe- less feltix- it necessary to prove the strength of his client's case by tho pre- sentment to the court of sutficicnt evi- dence. Tho respondent, Mr. Clarke said, had made sweeping counter- charges against her husband, alleging cruelly, connivance and oivur T nt ing. Tfconi-i-.t v.a- thero was no 'i' the vessel sf'ick wa- and could not were below t- watchmen. T'.: -i' ing she shock, hut the orders of the on: obeyed. The large bo.it was soon was almost instantly to Mur. ovon a n-.sty one. b-.: is ruc'c on which by water All orn'-r; P.I 1 six- r --V 1 '-.i runi r and -rs ju-oiautly loworo.l, but Met'a-iil of Which Continued of S.x The Cu'i'r'-t i XK-.V Xor has just been learned tu.it tbo brokerage firm of Mill-, HoUison A Smith, at 90 Broad- way, have boon ruined on account of the dpfa'fuion of bv Albert II. Smith, the junior member of tho firm. Tue peculations had continued for a period of six years, and were discovered by sheer accident on Saturdav by Will- I J ___ r% among the rocks and its occupants per- A tho of the firm. isbed. It was us-l.-ss lo.ver fjs other Smuh confessed his guilt to his partners boats am, all efforts to throw a cable I and turned ovor io lho firm in ashore failing, tho sir.i-ition was a hope- j cash and ustate- which he said was In dollar j count less one. Thf1 men were constantly be- washed rverbivu-a by the heavy seas, one wave wash a way twelve men in a g'-oiip an of this terrible exp3rioiuv the captain gave tho men leave u> ab.nd-jn the ship and save j Ms r" that he could thomsehesastmy u.'st. I icturn it again, he started in on bis Burton i'lrapjd overboard, woarine a pos-'i-'-Sfti in tho world. n he that about six: rubarrassed, ow- id speculations on his own ac- Ile needr-d aio 'oy to make gool life-belt as ail the watchmen had on. lit- dii uol see o.ic follow him. lie swam for two or th-ee hours, fight- ing the xvuvss. ana r.Tilly ru an aged to get to a shi'lt'-rol by tho rooks, where the calmer, and he was able to stvlro a .bore-. llr> was com- pletelv esh iu-tod and his i-g wn.5some- what bruis '-d from dark. 11 o the rooks. It was for some time latter offense having, sho affirmed, been i and Qn stvu.-ln? to inlalU ho met a endured during a ponod covering-sev- eral years. Her plea was almost tanta- mount to a confession. Captain O'Shea would easily prove the untruth of all the defendant especially the charge of connivance in her infidel- ity. It would also ba shown that when Captain O'Shea first hoard of the inti- macy of his wife with Mr. Parnell he promptly challenged that gentleman to a duel. The prosecution would prove beyond cavil the commission by tho de- fendants to the suit of continuous acts of adultery; it would show that, under the name of "Smith" Mr. Varnell had vis- ited his client's wife at the Uedford Square residence; it would go further and establish the fact that at another time under the name of Stew- art, he had continued his visits and that on one occasion while visiting her there ho had been compelled to jump from thq balcony in order to avoid detection by Captain O'Shea. The prosecution was. Mr. Clarke as- serted, prepared to-.snow th.it Mr. Par-I nell had! assured Mrs Steolo, tbe siswi j of the accused, that there was absolute- j ly no ground for suspicion that ho was maintaining cnmiu.il relatives with Mrs. O'Shea. Not only was this true, but Mr. Parnell had also written a letter to the Captain assuring him of his inno- cence of wrongdoing with that gentle- man's wife. During the whole time the defendant-in-chief had continued her illicit relations with Mr. Parnell, who was again invited to visit her at Eltham in 1SS2. After the release of the co-re- spondent frorn Kilmainham jail his vis- its to the woman's residence wero re- newed and thereafter ho slept in the house almost O'Shea go- ing down stairs to meet him on his ar- rival from tbe night sessions of the House of Commons. Harriet Bull, formerly a servant at Brighton, identified a photograph of Mr.'Parnell as tho likeness of the gen- tleman who visited Mrs. O'Shea every day at tho houbo where witness wr.s em- ployed. hc came nobody would be ia the house except Mrs. O'Shna. The couple would be together for hours. The visitor frequently remained as late as eleven o'clock in the evening. On one occasion Mrs. O'Shea went out with him and rc-ru.tined until a late hour. The slept at the ho.iso once when Captain O'Shea vis. away. O'Shea and tho gentleman drove out to- gether occasionally. Tbo gentleman used to let himself in with a private key. Witness on one occasion hoard voices in Mrs. O'Shoa's room and found the door locked. Caroline Peters, who IK was care- taker in the bouse a'. Brighton, which was let to Captain and family, testified that shortly afWir the arrival of the family a idoitiiied as Mr. Parnell. appeared under the name of Charles Stewart and to drive out with Mrs. O'Shoa at night The couple vrero together in the dining room on one occasion for several hours with the doors locked. At one time "M-r. Stewart" was in the drawing room with Mrs. O'Shea with the do3r locked. He frequently slept at tho house when Cap- tain O'Shea was not there. Once Cap- tain O'Shea came home 'while "Mr. Stewart" was there and the latter es- caped by a rear way. He soon afterward comrade named with whom he walked until tho.y cs-no to a village two miles from the wreck. The people there conveyed to Camariuas. Both Barton and Luton believe that the Serpent deviated from her course on account of the weather. The moment that Cape Viflano was sighted the vessel strucic the rocks. Burton thinks the Serpent sank soon after he left Gould is still suffering from the effects of his sev.e'-e experience and is very feverish the left the scene of tho wreck forty-eight bodies had bei'n recovered and buried. Many of them were unidentified. A majority of the vict.tas wero not drowned, but wero kiiU'd by 'rmi-.g dashod on tho rocks. LCCK. A "ilouoy Home an 1 Finds His Wife II Eloped and Hie WICHITA. Kan., Xov was dis- covorud Sunday moi-iiing that Robert who has charge of the schools at ten rnlfflfi west, and Mrs. John the wife of an for a moscv loaraing company, had eloped Sunday night. Tuo husband of the miss- ing v. jman returned yesterday morn- ing aft'jr a week's absence. He dis- covered tha: his residence had been bro- ken into the night, his valuables stolen and that his office had also been visited by burglars. The safe was blown open and robbed of about in cash and notes for SoO.ODO.______> Declared Unconstitutional. Iyni.vxA.poMS Nov. 17. Supreme Court has decided ttie case of tho State vs. Philip Klein, tho agent of the Chica- go Dressed Boef Company, who was ar- rested some months ago on a charge of selling moats that had not boon in- spected in this State before being butch- ered. Tho lower court held the law un- constitutional, but tho State appealed. The decision of tho court was af- firmed, Judge Berkshire holding that the act of the General Assembly is in- imical to tho laws of trade between States, and therefore! unconstitutional. Klein's arrust wa- illegal. to Grief. 17 II. r of L-ie Lirr, Pvock National P.anV. S it- urday for embezzlement Cashier An- gell of the bank found something wrong in a depositor's account Saturday and called Wentworthis attention J.O it Wentworth confessed to having robbed the bank and explained how it was done. For six ynar." he ba.1 boon tak- ing moderate amounts, falsifying tho balances of depositors' accounts to con- ceal tho thefts. The total amount ia criminal career. Smith's mode of operation was to buy either seven, eight or nine shares of preferred stock an-1 then raise tho fig- ures to 70, SO or on the certificate by simply placing a naught .ifter tho fig- ures, and add the letter "y" to the word eight, and the letters "ty'1 after seven and nine. Having a private account with the firm, be was enabled in this way to draw out 00 por cent of the face or apparent value of the stocks. The firm would borrow the money by plac- ing tho certificates in the various loan companies with which they were con- nected. Cashier Watson on Saturday morning noticed a little irregularity about a cor tificate that Smith had turned ovor to the firm, and, making some inquiries, he soon became convinced that the cer- tificate had been raised. He notified Mr. Mills and Mr. Roboson, who sent for Mr. Smith and asked him to explain. Smith at ouco broke down and made a full IIo wa-, allowod to go home, but later in tho oveninc was ar- rested there by one of Inspector Byrnes' detectives. Smith, who is about forty-five years of ago, well ou the IIo bore a good repetition, bolrmged to many of Brooklyn's fnshionablo club: and was also a member of the late Hi n.y 1 Bec-.'ho.''s --hurcb. Mills and say the de- falcation will reach SS-IO.CnO and that they aro the principal losers. How i1 was that the were not discoT- erod long ago is a surprise to all con- corned. Th" firm laie on Saturday as- signed itnd William A. Watson was ap- Another r., 17 ortb, -cp" o- t.> the iipuiocrittio Tarty la 1S93. I Nov. IT. Ixopresenta- tivo Spriiijr.'r, of Illinois, who nomi- nated Mr. Cleveland in a speech at tho ThurDian banquet at Columbus, O., and who catne with tho ox-President in ienator-Mect private car, has eachjd He described to reporter, with Interesting detail, tho vations which Mr. Cleveland received t every station where the train stopped. Jen, women and children thronged to him and hailed him as the next 'residt-nt of tho United States. Finally Mr. Cleveland commented on tho hoarti- oss of the demonstrations. "I would prefer to continue in private Mr. Springer quotes him as say- Dg, complete control of ray own time, but if they want rao 1 shall be willing to accept" Mr. Springer regards Mr. Cleveland's omination as a certainty. "Ho will bo said Mr. Springer, "no matter whether New York wants it or not He can carry Illinois, Indiana, lichigau. Wisconsin, Iowa, Nebraska, and come near carrying Kansas and ilinnesota." HELD UP AND I50BBKD. L Relieved of tt Nont in Cwn'.t bv Two M isko.l Wis., Ni midnight Friday night as Jay Trum- mll, who keeps a drug store hero, entered Ids bedroom in thn roar of his store after closing up, ho facod a braca of revolvers in tho handi of two do- .ertained men. They greeted him with a command to throw up his hands and ceep still. He was then compelled to open his safe, after which he was bound and gagged and thrown on the bed. Trumbull lay in this condition for about an hour, when Dr. McMillan, who also rooms in the store, came in and re- used him. The burglars in the meantime had bak'en everything out of the safe and de- parted by a back door, through which it Is supposed they first gained entrance. Mr. Trumbull has charge of tho money order department of the express com- pany, is village treasurer, and had sev- eral items on deposit for other parties besides his own cash, making an aggre- gate of or more. Tho robbers were masked and no clew has so far been discovered as to their identity. HAD A UIOHT TO KILL. Verdict in the Uo tVom I- I .-eJ by A I IT'V.VCJ i J. AJ -V. i'artt The Rank of E'l-ri.ml and a cate of the Rescue. Syu-li- to i Version of the Cannibal Story. Nov. Times this morning continues its publication of the rear guard log etc. Stanley's servant, Saleh Ben Osman. gave this version of the cannibalism: Jameson gave Hamadi some cloth to purchase a slave. Hamadi procured z girl, but re- fused to deliver her personally to the cannibals, and look her by the wrist and handed her to them. They stabbed her. cut up tac while it still quivered, toasted it on sticks and catne to the front door, rang and ate jtVaile Jarojson s.il to see Captain O'Shea. Witness once saw O'SIiea puii down the blind; and ro into "Mr. Stewart's" room. scene. _______________ Well "UadHlo Hill." Nov. forty In- dians of "Itcffsl" Bill's" WiM West show who rerc'ntiy returned to thiscoun- I try from were- -jivea a hearing by Acting Commi--i'jS- as tho Prize and Cixrii.v Nov. prize fighi was arranefd and begun Saturday with-1 ia TOO ranis of tbe Hammond strict po j iico The principals in the mill: er Bo'.t to were Tommy Br.rkeand 'it while local lipbtwo.xhts. The ia itselJ j show. The Indians io see. only three rounds closely as to their treat-Dent while being fought. Waen tho round abroad and all thf charges that was it -was discovered :hat the j tfcey wero They said that place was T.circJed b- police ot were wc-11. for an-i trfed to Mtmt be Tarllf Keform.-r. Nov. Commerce Commissioner Morrison, fo many advocate of tarrifT reform in the House of Representatives, has re turned to the city from Illinois. Colone Morrison is not disposed to discuss th political outlook for 1892, except to eaj that an tariff reformer mus head the Democratic ticket, and that n bo nominated by the Demo cratic party who can not bring his own State.delegation to the convention. Carried Oat Mln Intention. LET. VNOX, Ind., Nov. 17. Kern a prominent farmer of Boone County committed suicide Saturday- by shooting Kern began to keep a diary ten yoar ago, on the first page of which ho that, at t'.je end of ton years, if iiliw an out of hc intended to take his o-.v The ton years oxprr-d Saturrln and about a m'lr- in the woods and shot hrns'-lf. seventy years old. of WAMiiX'vrov. Nov. rf- ccivfd at Mariii'- Hospital Buro.au lioarl- quarters through tho Stato Department of tho progress of cholera abroad show that at Aloppo case--, aro becoming daily more numcrouj. Thir'.y-eijrl.t and nineteen deaths are reported on October 7, the latest date noted. At Orfa now cases are continually occurring, while all the villages around Aleppo and Orfa are inserted.______________ Trainmen Kntally Injured. CI.AUKSISURO W. Va., Nov. fast westbound on ths B.  i.-a- prisoaed. ____________ Kdletl ttj IcmiKiM. Lo? NOT. ton, ia tbe Ar.ieiojrw valley, h Mrs. D. W. Farmer was kiiJed and Mr, Qark wounded by three Indians wbo were on the war Sheriff Ajpirre and a posse frvm Karen na are on trail of ttis mardaren. They O'Salllvitn JOI.TKT, 111., Nov. bolief tbat O'Sullivan, the Cronin prisoner, has squealed is general here. Tho reason assigned for tbe denial is that in case O'Sullivan go tout he would meet the ssmo fato that Cronin did inside of three days. The discipline of the pris- on is also involved. The more earnest the denial the firmer grows the belief that tbe statement is true. Klcctfxl United CHEYF..N.VK. Wyo.. Nov. g-ate Joseph M. was elected United StaVis Senator by the Ix-jfislature Sat- urday by a vote of to 7 ovor W. Raster, Democrat. The second Sen- ator will chosen thii week. It j likely be (roverr.or John W. Hoyt and C Brown are both gaining strength. to the O F'ike's Peak t'-.rouzh j Aii'jt ir.g through faa-jiMt-ss between Salt csrry- and aU Pacific coast poinVt This roakcs a standard cr'jaze line froso Den- ver to the Pacif.i coast. Wis., "VOT. steamer of Veraillion, O. sprang z leak Saturday and wa> doned, tbe crew beiag taken off t steamer Manhattan and landed at towoc. Tbe XeTada sank seven ur, northeast of KV-wbarae. and insured K. OF L. GKX KKA.L ASSEMBLY -vrf -a SI" _- I'xcltliiir IMsrim'on fof Ke. llcrtlm; Upon %lr. 'JPo rjfjTJ'xiItloii to Elect onictira Anniinlly In UEXVEH, Col., N.OV. At Saturday's meetini? of tho General Assembly of tbe Knitfhts of Labor a rosolutioji' was in- troduced which provides that any mem- ber who advocates the election of any one who is opposed to tho principles of the order shall bo suspended or ox- polled. This resolution will come up at u future stage. A very excited discussion took place ovor another resolution, which is under- stood to have roflocted severely upon Mr. Powderly. It was still ponding when tho meeting adjourned. A reso- lution for annual instead of biennial elections of oflicers failed to receive the required throe-fourths vote. Let Duwn Kaxy. NKW YOKK, Nov. After tho ad- journment of tho National base ball convention Saturday several con- ferences wero hold by I'.rothorbood and National League Capitalists, and an ar- rangmucni, w.is to by which thn Huston and I'hila-lolphia I'Li'yerfT League club1: -.vil1 ho a'lrnitt'-d to the American Asiocmion. Thi-, put-; an ond to the plans of the Playrs' ol thnir Just what arrangement can bo rnido in Cleveland has not yot tinnier Sliot by S'uphew. PnoiUA, 111.. Nov. John Stricklrr was out rabbit hiintin'j with his nephew Saturday. He got o.i top of a brush hnap to scaro the losing his balance, fell just :ij in-. He received tho ciiarcf.-j in bn- low the shoulder .i.ij in- utantly. __ FoMvnvd CUIId. TOIT.KA, Kan., Nov. -Mrs. John Swinson on Friday night murdered bor four-year-old child, Annie, by jfivinjr her a dose of laudanum. .Mrs. has boon morbidly insane ever pince last winter, when she had an attack of jjrippc- She is now in the last stages of consumption. She confessed to the crime. _ Credit on Oor NHTJ. WA'iifM.Toy. N'ov- Th': wreck of the British cruiser has cauied considerable comriK-nt among the offi- cers of the navy, ref.-ciinjf credit to some oxfnt. tbo new ships of this Government. The accideafis as a further proof that the smaller ships of tbe navy too ligbr in construction, Fin- K. M. Stove on Savsrday with a li'j-.id black- tne Ux> near it heaved aa-i ex- ploded, ibe ber clothing, setting it ot 5rfi >ae ran in- to tbe and baroed that sbc died Sonday. of ]in-.tiyui''cr HM- .TLINOS to cannibalism, really convicts turn out of his own mouth. Tho following named A'.itioiu'.l banks have boon authorised Lo Thn First rs'atioaa! Kan of "Soutb itc'iid. capi'.it tho Murcharits' National of in i 'i .1- ll'ink of Aurora, 111., jiO'J.'tUU. <'rruian HIM i-ilt-ii of Itnpe. 0 Nov. 17. Mil- ler, tho (Jc-.-nian Ffcrculfs, was on Sat- in-any found guilty of raping Livinin Lupt. i fourfcoen-yo.ar-old girl. The of- fen.s'i committfi.liisc Starch. Miller is known both in this country and m liiiropi', and for ovor a yoar traveled- with Muldoon. Ifo will bo sontencod to- tnui'row._______________ THE MARKETS. Flciur. tirsiln and 1'r'nlslon., Nrw YOHK. Nov. at 5'f.f per cent KxuhanKC t-tyaily. Actual raScs r.V.'t for sixty I'lO for tlcmiinii. GoviTiinn-nt bomU c'.o-ic.l C irrency Os 113; Is. coupon, ivt nil do lit 101 ,_. CM- VEI.ASD. Nov.'lS mtry raaile Minnesota putonl tit !i% Minnesota spring lit 0 WHBAT -No. J red at (He, Nn 3 roil nt Tr (Jo UN-No 2 yclluw at rt-'ic, Xo a nil.xc'l at 1o-i, No. at No. 1 wlii'o it 5V. croamcrv afJic. Yirk nf. lite, f'lilo at He Eoi.s-Slricliy I'dTATOBS VKW YOKK Nov. 1.1. jwjr. Ci'.y mil! :il 1" 1 fupt-rllne -r.3 I tr.i -it fine at 1 No i a! ro-l fi- a' Cuiiv-Xo. 2 a'.-W-ic cash, tin Novcm- at Dcc'jml.er'at 07c. f} rnixt'J :it casli. Xovombct- crrnlicr .it I'  eh ?nf--r J1 at i er-iTnoi at Vi. Ismrw at IS-'-C JS '-it. OT. ViU UK frnriT: coa t slow AT.- Ho XX.v ft X Oiio a" it I :m ?l )'1 .1 :.l "M if- I ;fl   

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