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   Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1890, Salem, Ohio                               THE SALEM DAILY NEWS. VOL. II, NO. 273. SALEM. OHIO, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18. 1890. TWO CENTS. iMiLL ullLll. Captain O'Sliea Granted a vorce From His Wife. Dl. Further Evidence Against the Irish Leader aud His Paramour. No Defense Offered by the Defendant ot Co-Respouitmit and tbe Jury Returns a Verdict for the Wronged Husbumi. Losuox. Nov. hearing of evidence for the prosecution in the O'Shea divorce case was resumed by Justice Butt Monday morning. The first witness offered by tho prosecution a servant who had been employed at the Elthara residence. The witness testified that be had on ono occasion dis- covered Mr. Parnell and Mrs. O'Shea to be locked up in the drawing room; the latter had explained that the locking of the door while she was closeted with Mr. Parnell was necessary. The neces- sity in turn was exo'.ained on the hy- pothesis that th'i agents of secret socie- ties, hostile to Mr. Parnall'S political plans, were everywhere about. The witness told the court that ho had boon instructed by Mrs. O'Shea. in the event GROWING z Ovel Army are Muiii the Threatened t'prUlus in tht Northwest. CHICAGO, Nov. ?.t the army headquarters here are seriously concerned over the tnreatened Indian outbreak in the NortuwesL General Miles was at his desk ail of Monday con- sulting, advising and for ac- tion. Colonel Corbin. who accompanied General Miles to bt. Louis to meet the Secretary of War, and who is in full pos- session of all tho facts r gar-ling the In- dian trouble, says: An Indian upr.sms i> not situation is ce-iv'v obstacl'- in lui of i u i- the lucLano will n' in a timo of storm- t--> in North D war does break oji ii .ui flescnyiiou x hflp of trib" i-e other. I.ut now ih- S-o a.-p are '.lell armed an'-, t isos them th.it t ry war jjaiust tiio ai 4 that any Tn :..n T1'---'Mr'.V ouen End cnu.ilf wh it to be oc- cupied by God's ch isen ople. ihe sauces It witl be a u .e of the '.iiO--t terri- ble iu the of n-orici GiJAVi) X. O, Nov. MUNICIPAL only (or Valuable Statement Prepared by the Census oflice tho Debts and Resources of 858 Cities and Towns. A Gratifying rj a'i u if  'i prom- --I fi'l in a oe I.HM.-J on T'> Exhibit That WASHINGTON, Nov. financial condition iu IfeOO of 858 cities and large towns is shown in bulletin No. 14, is- sued by the Census Office. Within a few days a supplemental bulletin will be is- sued, showing the same facts in relation to rornairiinsr-cities of this size. This, with one published Monday, will repre- sent about ninety-five per cent, of the municipal debt of thi  ori were made on acnunt o1 t'-1-1 which i. M1., work was dono unde1- a in- ivy sure. The of tht- smooth as the siilo of a huilil'i The iiumon-e wntei way nionccd over tno the nxc'iption of a fowybs-ar tei-pd the rr cost will como within tho on prinlnjc of SloiBi of aud MAN DAN, Inrtliirn by Citi- .irtli Furim H N. U.. Nov. There is MAY OKDEH A STRIKE. KOI3BKKY. MHn.. NOT. .Taws and Ira Barker. cTssins of R arraigned wiih iheir .r r-T.'iry hi at  m t'uo moost-figur of tho r.or'..i- b.i'J-. 1 at ,i. .u. a.i i A i-> U-.iv- hU oTtco ht? w.ts attackel b? a masked man. sensclos-, hisk'-ys to the sofe taken an-1 the packazo secur'-d. regained c'msciousnes.s before ber departed and opened fire on him without efTect The thief returned tha fire, seriously injuring the agent's right Laid. is no clue to tho robber. A MIC NOT. 18. Thieves drovo away with a wagon load of ready-made clothing valued at last nigh.t and made good their escape. About six p. m. Charles Vanderbilt, a tailor, drove up to Coiin. iVambold Co.'s wholesalo clothing c-stablishTnent. 204 and 330 Monro" street In the wagon were 2. 500 coats and a number of rents. Vander- bilt hitched ihe boric to curb and went inside to transact some busings. was gone ahont half an boor, and Employes of the Railroad Meet to DccliU. Whether or Not Tliey Will Tie Up the System. BUFFALO, N. Y., Nov. P. Pen- of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers; Joseph Ilubbard, of the Brotherhood of Railway Conductors; Caspur Krtllor, of tho Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen, and F. G. Wells, of the Trainmen, arrived here Monday to moot the head officials of tho Erie road in regard to settling tbe differ- ences tbat oxist between tho company and mon with reference to the demands ol tho latter, which wore recently de- nie-fc by President King. There aro forty-throe dalegatos altogether, repre- senting tho employes. The delegates went into session in the afternoon, II. B. Youagson, of Meadville, 1'a., presid- ing. Mr. Youngson was asked before tbe conference what would likely be tho outcome of the trouble. Ho replied that the delegates will consult on tho subject of striking or backing down en- tirely. The men believe they have not been treated rightly and they are mad. Several delegates also said that there was likely to be trouble between the men and the officials, unless the exist- ing demands are granted. The confer- ence is being held with closed doors. Fifteen Thousand T of Kuteom. NEW YOHK, Nov. At St Ann's church yesterday the fortieth anniver- sary of the ordination of Rt Rev. Mgr. Preston, V. G., pastor of the church, was celebrated with befitting ceremo- nies. Pvev. Henry Brann, on behalf of the clergy of tho archdiocese, presented an address to Mgr. Pres'on commemor- ative of the occasion. Accompanying it was a purso of SlO.fWO. Rov. P. J. Lynch followed Dr. Kruinon behalf of r.vie pnrishion'-rs of St. Ann's, prosent- ing Mgr. Prnston with an address and a purso of S5.000. Two Thousand (.irln Locked Oat. DA.vnroy, Conn., Nov. IS girls employed in the trimming depart- ments of the eighteen hat factorioscon- nected witb the Fur IJat Manufacturers' Association wore locked out yesterday. Soroo tho factories have shut down entirely, while the others do work in somo of the departments. The trim- mers hare talten no stpps to adjust mat- ters as yet. Over hatters are idle here._______________ AVI11 Meet all LONDON, NOT. a repre- sentative of tbe presa called at the office of Baring Bros. Co. and fonnd every- thing quiet and tranquil about tbe es- tablishment The members of tbe firm stated tbat all tbeir liabilities would be met as they fall dne. They also asserted Intense uneasiness hero over a prevalent feeling thut an Indian outbreak may be expected any day. So general is the belief that Mayor Johns called a public mooting last night, at which arrange- ments were made for arming the citi- zens. No conliience is felt in tho Fed- eral authorities and General Miles and General Ruger havo a foeliug of over- confidence. Settlers living on tho borders of the Sioux reservation bring stories of the arming of Indians, which aro borne out by Joseph Bakely, who speaks tboii languagu. Ilo bayt. ihoro is every in- dication of the induing shortly going on the warpath. Many settlers buuvtion Mandan and ihe reservation are aban- doning their farms and ranches because of lack of protection alTorded them bj tbe Govt-rnment. Tho Indians are well armed with 'Winchester riilua iind uavfi ammunition. T. in u-i Dyin-v- BUIIHIICPOKT, Conn T. Sarnum is baliovod to bo on his death- bod. Dr. Ilubbard, who is attending Mr. Barnurn, bays hib attack of influen- za would be severe for onu of the uiosl robust constituLion, unJ fur ono of Mr. Barnum's advanced yoars it will neora marvelous recovers, lie has not tho necessary strength. Mr. liarnura has not boon left alone a moment siuct the beginning of his illness. recent trial of Rube it i'. rrtialt is now body was now to his friends, ari it it stiil telieved that Mrs. Birchall will be tie remains as JKXW as tbc etri-c- t is o-rer. Mrs. Bircbai1.. as soon as her condition trarei wiU iearc with Mrs. for the older of the two. the caase of bis tion and that "b" j nt 1 that >s> Tbe v> V-ta- Offlcrrn. Nor. W. C T. at Mon-iay's morainz hours to bearing reports of the of depart- the ejection stronger than ever before. K. of DENVER. Col., Nov. trouble- ic resolution of Saturday aras takon up ajrain yesterday by the Knights of General Assembly and an ami- llollol LONDON, Nov. Earl of Aber- deen has written Booth, of the Salvation Army, expressing approval ol his scheme for the relief of England'! poor, and promising ro give to the fund, in accordance with the proposal of Actor Bancroft, who offered to be one of a hundred subscribers of that amount. General Booth is still receiving manj letters with liberal donations for the inauguration of the scheme. A Flood of Condemnation. Loxrio.v, Nov. officers of the Emin relief committoo aro very much irritated by the Hood of scathing con- demnation which W being poured upon their management of tho recent African Tlicro is a genuine fueling of indignation among tho British public because of tho disgrace brought upon tho nation by the acts of tbe men em- ployed by the committee. Bartelott ia now excused on the ground of insanity. mate mndi.- by Enghioev lutclaw, which was a littlo over It ro- niiu'ud oiffht uiil'ion io complete t'no lining- Tlu> wall is Ire half inches thick, and bnc-k avo laid in native hydraulic conu'iit mortar with face joints one-fourth of .in inch in thickness. _______________ UNISAKTUBl) A GIANT. of a MHII S.-v-'n l-'oct In Found Workman TIFFIN, Nov. on-rritfod in excavating a collar on Webster street tho workmen exhumed a m-im-noth skoleton, indicating than tho iiftividual who formerly possosso-J tho osSoous frame-work was over soven foet in height. Whether it was that of a white man or an Indian could not be definite- ly ascertained, as most of the bonos crumbled soon tiftoi''ut'in r evnoaed to tho air, and before they "ould b" exam- ined by those conversant with tho nioth- odsof distinguishingth the from tbos-> nf their white brothoi-s. Cprtain it is Unit tho remains had boon interred so long as to spoil every chance for a stuii.iao'i based upon nomo half traditional w'.iolly uiythi- cal tragedy. HUDSON'S o SUIT. A 1'rlvate llptrotlvp Wuntu From a Cleveland up-r. Ci.icvr.i.ASD, Nov. .Uulgo Shoc' wood's room Munil-iy tlu- suit b-oiight bv William H. Htitls-'n acainst tho Plain Doaler Company, in which the plaintiff claims SMi.OdO damages for an alleged libi-1. wa'i pl.icod on trial. Iluitson was tlir- of tho Inter- state Detective Agency and h-ul his oftU-o at No. Onta'-i" stroot. On July 18, 1889. there appeared in the Plain Dealer an articlo which conveyed ttio insinuation that Hudson had written scandalous and insulting letters to wo- men and also that ho hvl oponod a let- tor written In reply to one of tbe mis- sives, which letter bad buon addressed to ono M. Johnson. Hudson at once be- gun suit for damages. A Flno New Market Honor. Nov. IS. Applicrdion was made Monday to tho building in- spector for a permit for tho now market houso to bo erected by tho Sheriff Street Market and Storage Company. The market house will bo of stenl enclosed with brick and Btono. It will bo 400 feet long on Sheriff street, foet wide on Huron street and 132 foot wide on IJoli- Baring limn.' I oml (Jrovra. NEW VOKK, Nov. A London dis- patch states that the guarantee fund for Baring Uros. Co. is increasing and is now over The guaran- leers will not be called upon for three years for money to liquidate the ost.to, the Bank of England meantime meeting all demands. Tbo bank is doing tbe same as tho Hank of France in the cop- per syndicate collapse. _ Colllnn Hound Over. AKKOS, NOT. In the mayor's court Monday, attorney Watters demanded a jnry trial for ex-Mayor Charles A. Col- lins, arrested on ft charge of petit laf- ceny. Ho stated that tbe defense would take a week. Mayor Miller thereupon bound Collins over to the probate court, postmaster Allen giving 8100 bond. years" i in tbe osd officers, aw follows: WUIaM. presiicsV; Mrs. C. Mrv joc-tjon j cable andc-rstanding reached, though no been on Jtov. in Boo A hu not been in ihe best of beallb iag bis stay here aad it is qoietly whis- pered among the members of his com- pany tbat this will be tbe great trage- last year oa tbe It is tbat Mr. Booth contemplates ft European trip for bis health, u of ths oreseat seawa. wind off 129 airty-eLrtt a >r-r- to H a it r arr lv: f 1 -y-a'T'i 1 of a asd el a Sviv1 co2- V, for tbe final action was taken cpon it Tho as- sczblj then took ap tbe report of tbe on finance and was still con- sidering it a recess was taken. I Wound Ct> by J Drnsorr. Xov. P. Crow, a j wealthy retired business soan of New i York Qty, shot rfsm-ielf through the head ia a batb room at the Russell carrying. was BreUtS Ala., _ this city. Henry Saith, colored. Stea- lay aigbt for aVatal assault oa Mary Calboca. a white iady sixty jean age. awaait a Atliaaoe December i State AV.iance j yesterday died shortly after n National remared to the hospital He has beea three drinking heavily t Ssperia- Mon- day aftersooa tbat it had beva definite- ly ttat tbe North Uiver baalc bMtaess, Ute ortaot being abto to tbefaadsre- and vpendinff a great deal of money. His wife has been aero with him. -The Ckrort of tho Uaited States, tbror. .-b Blatchford, yesterday tbat person injured partly his owa negligence is aet debarred from a CITT, Nor. Jay Gouid has secured a controlling interest in the Atcbinon, Topekai Santa Fe road. Last May Gould secured at least one-fourth of the Santa Fe stock, and since that time he has been gathering in ail thai was offered at low enough figures. Thirty Penons NEW ORT.CAX4, Nov. Early Mon- day nsorninsr a train on the (Jreat Sortbern railroad was run inw by an engine banliajf the pay carat Ky'e. Tex. The rear coach was broken into kind- ting wood, Thi ty persons were injured, but no one Cat MoyTPEi-TER, Vi, NOT. P. Bascom, aged forty-three, committed suicide yesterday by culling his throat He had lost heavily In the North west- 'icer- bad become deipoadaat. var street. Tho main part of tho build- Ing will bo throo stories high and siir- mountodby a centrrl ilom" of iron and glass sixty foot squam at tho has Dry G'i'Mli M.T-'- Yoi'M.siwv.v. O., Th" large J ry goods s tore of Max I iorskowifx. do- ing buniiiess on East Federal street, was closed by the sheriff Monday after- noon on a-mnmting to 400 in favor of the S-'eond National Hank and I. Fforr. Tho assets will amount not known. CANTON-, Nov. farmers of Stark County havo pn.-c'.c-J a permanent orgnnixa'.ion for mutual benefit and will hold a mass convention in this city Do- comber 3 and 4. Tho gathering prom- ises to bo ono of the largest meetings held in this county for several years. With ICazor. CA5TOX O.. Nov. a dis- turbance at the Ft. Wayne depot be twesn four intoxicated men, Ed Glass was assaulted and horribly cut in the face with a razor. Two of bis assailants. Jack McDermott and John Lyons, wyre arrested.______________ Fonnd in Bed. AKRON, O., Nov. P. Alex- ander, for many ycars a this city, was found dead in morning. Ho was a brother of Senator Alexander and father-in-law of -indg? C P- Grant and Mr. O.. Nov. .Tarob May- er, retail grocer of slaco. has failed. Sheriff McComb. armod with a writ of attachment, issued by too ty bank, of this placo, the doors Of the establish mont._______ Anarch in U on NEWAKK, N. J-, Nov. Aa- ftrchuts, Mrs. Parsons and Sinioa, G ion, Melsor and 'or Inciting a riot at Saeaffer ago. were placed oa trial Monday in Court of Special T j- rn-n pleaded not guilty, Varans re- fused to plead. After sc-rca I by counsel the I time being held ia f 1, aii n   

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