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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1890, Salem, Ohio THE SALEM DAILY NEWS. VOL. IL NO. 274. SALEM. OHIO. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19. 1890. TWO CENTS. .UJ AFKICAX HOK1IOES. Settlers in North Pakcta Fleeing From Indians. Reported That the Redskins Have Already Begun Depredations. Troops on the Way to the Scene of tr- Thrown Up I bv the Wl.U.-. M X D., Nov. house in is full to overflowing witk refugees from country districts. most intense excitement prevails in the cot-ntry. Settlers are prepared to .be- lieve anything1 about. Indians, because oi their queer actions lately. Several families came in Tuesday afoot, a dis- tance of twenty miles and over, being too poor to own wagons. In town less tension exists, owing to the receipt of 300 guns from the State government and the fact that a compiny of soldiers will he here to-day fro-ij Port Totten. There were -M arcueiMndians in town last night, but the citizens were armed, too. and patrols wore out, and people slept with their clothes on. A date will j bo fixed by a committee of citizens .md Indi-xn notified that after that date any Indian found in this county i without a pabs ironi tb.3 age.it will be killed on sisrht. The population 13 thoroughly aroused although con- servative mfn uro i'oinij thoir to quiet the angry populace, there is every i reason to belicv ibat unless the Gov- ertiiuent ta.-ces ijun-diate stops to in- crease th'.' of soldiers hero at Fort Lincoln, every Indian coining into the county will be killed. At Glen Ullen, forty miles west, citi- j zens turned out masse and threw up circular breastworks by moonlight, large enough to get into for protection, j A supply of rifles wa1? sent to each set- tlement in the county. Telegrams are coming in constantly for supplies of am- munition. A telegram received by a correspondent from New Saletn states that 150 Indians are camped south of that point, and the people are clamor- ing for guns and powder. A number of men bent on driving out of town the In- dians camped here, ueferred action orr the Indians promising to ba peaceable. To-day they will be moved off. .While the correspondent was writing, this band of redskins was having a grass dance, making the nisfht hideous. Their shrieks could be heard for miles. While the excitement in town is subsiding1 be- cause of the presence of plenty of guns, agitation in. the country is worse than ever. This is caused largely by the in- solent and menacing attitude of roving bands of Indians traveling through. Agent McLaughlin wires that thnro is no cause for alarm, but c-verybody be- lieves this is buncombe. OMAHA, Neb., Nov. A, B, C and D of the United States infan- try at Fort Omaba. under command of Major Butler, left for Pino Ridge agency, to hold the Indians in checK, yesterday afternoon, provided with ra- tions for fifteen days. The four othor companies here were notified to hd ready to move at short notice. Tho troops at Fort McKinney left in tho morning for Douglas, Wyo. The troops at Fort Niobrara will leave for Ridge agency to-day. WASHtxGToX. Nov. War De- partment is in receipt of no informa- tion tending to confirm or discredit the alarming news published in the news- papers about a threatened Indian up- rising. Several new men are now In- dian agents at points in the Sioux na- tion, and. being unfamiliar with the In- dian character, thny have become, in the opinion of the VTar Department offi- cials, unnecessarily alarmed by the dem- onstrations of the Indians, and have given out to the an expres- sion of their faars, which will prove to be unfounded. Explorer Some of the Fiendish Cruellies 1'ornetratcct by Major Uarttelot. YOIIK. Nov. an interview with Henry M. S; a ul a Sun reporter, after examining tnc uiary kept bv Mr. Stanley during '.i a >.--t trip through Africa and b >in? ro'd of tho acts of cruelty recorded in the lozbook, asked: the'-e no cruelties or un- usual treatment of natives besides those in thr- "Certainly there woro." Mr. Stanley replied. "A v ru> had of- fended Major in way was made fast, to a TJV; ail a hoV dug in the ground bi'furo Sii'ii Thu man was shot and into the hole, head dowaw.irl an th" holo filled in, but his foct wore left above the ground anl so he remained. At an- other time man v, I'.artcolot had condemned to death'was compelled to dig his own was forced to step into it, and tho earth was filled in around him while he was still alive, leaving his head and neck above Tne major stamped tho earth down all around hurt and loft him thorn for some time, telling him: 'That is where you will sleep to-morrow.'" mm STITEIE The Oistotihin of Uncle Sam's Cash 31akes a I report. Figures Showing1 the Revenues Ex- penditures and Debt of the Government. Daxhet! Into KU-rnltv. LOCK HAVES, Pa., Nov. Monday evening a number of wood-choppers employed on the line of tbe Ferney Mountain railroad started for camp on a hand-car. In descending a heavy grade the men lost control of the car, which dashed down the mountain at frightful speed, and collided with an engine standing on the track near Farley sta- tion. Two of the men were killed in- stantly and four others badly injured, one fatally. Gordon dected 8 nttor F-om ATLANTA. Ga.. Nor. John E. Gor- don was yesterday elected to the United States Senate to succeed Joseph E. Brown. The Senate voted first And Gordon got 25 rotes to 18 for tae field. The House then voted and Gordon re- ceived 94 votes. There were great many changes and Gordon's name swept throcgb the like a cyclone, aaidst the wildest eatb Two Mrn Rmm Down by Train. Xirvr Pa., NOT. Owing to a wreck at Rochester Moadar aieht. northbound trains on tbe Ft road were ma oa tract. FA- Morray not kaowiajf ca toe track to and were struck the Beaver Falls accommodation aad killed. MOSEY YM> of at fit- Vmm! ttn-i York C h uuttfr of Commerce r NEW YORK, Xov. ono hurT- dred and twenty-second annual dinner of the Chamber of Commerce was held at pplmomco's lssf, evening. Among those present wore Grover Cleveland, George William Curtis, Chauncey M. Depew, Carl Dr. C. W. Eliot, president nf Harvard: General Sherman, Bishop Potter, C.Micral Schofield ;.nd General Howard. The principal speak- ers other than President Smith, whode- livered an introductory address, were George William Curtis on "Commorco and Ch.-uincoy M. Dopew, on "Reciprocity with Other Carl Sclrarz, on '-Tho Dpvelripmeat of Foreign and President Eli- ot, of Harvard, on "E lucation in Its Relation to Business AITdirs.'' WILL SOON Wooden Sli'ps to be Entirely by "-t'-el Yoivnls for the TSIVJ-. Nov. Con- structor Wilson, of tho T'.ureau of Con- struction and Repair, in his annual re- port the Secretary of tho Navy on the operations of the da: ing the past fiscal year, details tnc action of the de- partment and tho of war- ships in foreign waiors 'llo says that with the gradual appearanc3 of tho new steel navy, has come the rapid retire- ment of the wooden IL-ut, which in about seven years will bar" entirely disap- peared or have utilized as receiv- ing and training vessels. There are now three second class vessels in the service and fourtuen third rate. Tho Dispatch is the oniy fourth rato vessel now in ex- istence. _______________ for MONTGOMERY, Ala., Nov. joint Senatorial caucus of tho Legisla- ture was called to order last night and 127 memhors of tho Senate and House answered roll calL The first ballot re- sulted: Pugh 43, Kolb 43, Seay 32, Watts 11. But slight changes occurred until the fifth ballot, when Ptigh re- ceived 43, Kolb 3S, Seay 30 and Watts IL The J'olice Are Not in It. SAN FitANCtsro, Nov. tho case of Sidney Uuntington, one of the prin- cipals arrested during a glove figbt at tbe California Athletic Club last Sep- tember, tho jury returned a verdict of not guilty. This virtually settles the question of the rieht of ath- letic clubs to hold glovo exhibitions without police Important in the C'rcoljitlng Medium ;mU a Large Increase In Its Vuliitne. WASHINGTON-, Nov. Treasur- er of tho UuiteJ States, Hon. J. .N. Hus- ton, has submitted to Secretary Win- dom his report on the operations of the treasury for the fUcal year ending June 80. 1S90. Tho net ordinary revenues amounted to a sum but twice exceeded in tho history of the Government. The increase over tho year before was of which came from internal revenue. The ordinary expenditures were an increase of 739.871 over those of tho year before. The growth of tbe revenues was therefore a little greater than that of tho expenditures, and there would have been a falling off in the Litter but for the increase in pen- sions. The surplus revenues of which was paid out in premiums on bond purchases. Exclusive of amounts on deposit there was in the treasury, belonging to the Government on Juno 30, 1889, 927, and on June 30, 1SOO, the amount of gold having increased about four millions, while silver do- creased nearly nine millions. The lia- bilities decreased during the year from to and the re- serve, being tbe excess of assets liabilities, ran down from to The difficulties in the way of making a plain statement of the liabilities of the treasury and of the public debt are pointed out, and tbe changes recently made in the debt statement explained. The total obligations of the treasury on all accounts were on June and on June 30, 1S90. The debt, less cash in the treas- ury, was on the former date and on tho latter. Not counting certiUcatos of deposit, the debt proper, in the shape of bonds and circulating notes, was reduced from to This was effected at a total cost of for principal and premiums. Nearly seventy-four millions of four per cent, bonds and upwards of thirty millions of four and a half per cents wece-pur- chased. Important changes took place in tho circulating mediura, but they wore of a moro favorably character than those of the year before. There was a gain of fifteen millions in the stock of gold, an incrpasrj of forty-throo millions in that of silver and a, contraction of twenty-six millions in tho volume of bank notes, resulting in a not increase of thirty-two millions in the aggregate supply of money. The total stock, in- cluding certificates of deposit as well as the gold, silver and notes held in the treasury for their redemption, is esti- mated to have increased from to and the actual the stock less tbe amount in tbe to In round num' bors, the circalation on June 30. 1890, consisted of of gold and gold certiflpates, of silver and silver certificates and of United States and National bank notes. Knockcd OMAHA. Xeb In the R tnort. Xov. Tho "Clack last night for a j'.Vor bad the best tower, colored, foi purse of ri of tbe up round befo.'f t'-n-- called the Pearl landed a fearf.il smash on the other's neck, knocking him senseless. Tke fighting was Toanjf "WomHn Shot a Lunatic. YORK. Nov. Gladys Bloody Riot in a Charch. "ViEXA'A, NOT. Sunday at Bis- tritz, Transylvania, a fight occurred be- tween the opposing members of one o: the rhurcbes in that place. Tho diili- culty arose out of tho opposition of ttio Saxon mornbers of tbe church to are I contly appointi-d Roumanian pastor. Upon tho new priest attempting to en tor the church be was resisted by the iae third-j The of tbo prjeqt camo to his assistance and a fierce; conflict on- sued. When tho battle was over it discovered that six persons had been killed and sixteen wounded. Suspension of W. Gallaudet Co., York Bankers. Beinsr Unable to Obtain Loans on Good Securities Had to Go Under. Price, aged twenty-four, was shot through tbe left lung last evening by John D. Davis, and now lies in the hos- A Lack? Find. CHI--AGO, Nov. horse and wagon containing coats belonging to Charles Vanderheit, a tailor, and re- in a critical condition. Miss from In front i, the organist at Mariners' Temple.
n -h an ordinance. This v It ills tho dog ordin uiora than one p.ut a li'.il'.- iioabJo aud exponso. ____ __ co n ic Inferior to choice at UO, iJttbs at SOT. grades aUnJT aad oaAaoged. Hoos-DoIL Xcdtans. and M n maMui _. __ lil'rt n Xovv four weeks Alox Simpioi, a fanner, lost a cow. A Uuuii'i- iianiod Ihilf.iiiin. liought a hido :in Wviriul the de- si-rlption of tint of thf had bought the aui mil from a farm- er. Simpson domamli-d that Miller pro- duce tho fairam- and. failmij, tbo latter was arrested and pla'-fvl bond. At the trial two vnon nn'tied Tavonbr and Bailey fully idimtifioil tho hide as that belonjjintr to animal t.hoy nad killed and sold to utul thu lattor was dismissed. SnnpsoiN cow was sub- sequently found in a -swamp near- 'his home. Millor intends suing for COI.HMIIIIS, O..- Nov. Govterftor Campbell yuritorday ordoi-ed commis- sions to bo issued to the armory trustees of Toledo in "ulth a law passed last winter c.npt'worinff Lucas County to issue bonds to tho amount of for tho orcction of an armory for tho Ohio National Guard. Tho appoint- trionts woro inadf1 in rwordanco with Jbo unanimous wish of ;i mooting of Na- tional Guard officers Novcmbur 10, and consist of threo IX-niot-rats and two Rcpubliciius. LIMA. Nov. made a raid on the town of Elidit, miles west of tliia city, the oilier and broko into a or moro housos and storos. Thn principal losors p.ro II. Hherry, from whom about W) worth of bdots, sliocs. oto, woro stolen; John Rudy, who sulforod about tho sarao amount, and Samuel Myers, whom a larga amount of cigars woro stolen. Uirrvirrs O., Xov. Mrs. Lottio Tavlor was driving uith her sir- months-old child near Sulphur Springs, this countv, thn horse hoc-ame frightened and ran away. Tho pants worn thrown out. tlin child bofng instantly killed and tho rnothur ously injured. Mrs. Taylor is tho wire of Rev. Rosa Taylor, the evangelist, of J'h'iti'jrrnphorn LtAiA, O., Nov. photosra? phera of Northwostern Ohio met bore ana effected an organization by Ford L-r-wis, of Colina, prosidont: R. N. If owe. of Forest, vice president: It if. Ebersolo, of Lima, Frini; (i Kpoes, of Konton, an'l M. Gilbert, of Ada, Tho noxt tnootinitf will be here on Oeruniber 4. Arrrntod Tor fJ an'l I.nr'-criv. i n.i.r., Nov. An- derson has returned frmn bavinp in custody one Warren Hlakos- ley. who is wanted here for grand lar- ceny. Jllakosloy wa'. f.irmcrly employed as an organist at M. M. tranche's concert saloon, but decamped last Wednesday. taking tho proprietor's containing over SI00, with him. Nov. 10.--A collision be- twoon, a yard enpine on tho Cleveland Canton road and a freight train on the Valley road Tuesday resulted in tho crushing- of a lee for Knsrinoer John Menke, of tbe Cleveland Canton. removed to Charity where tho injured leg was amputated. Took Tor> Nov. F. Gordon, of Cleveland, who was visiting- hft sister In this city, on Monday lost his tbe rosult of a Tie took s dose of morphine and a few hour? after- ward in of every effort to life. Gordon was forty years of age, and a lartre family. Another for O., NOT. 19. The for tbe of Elnjer tho I'reblc Gonn'.y who to hare boon banpvd nirb bnt was respited r has been fixed for HorrlWr FREMftTT, O-, NOT. F. TctJ. B Lake Eric Western brakeman. was horribly mangled while roa'-dnjr a coop- ling Tuesday. IJotb wort- aoipn- tated and be was injured internally. slipped in soft mud. He resides in Lima. Will OH Nor. Thft Department will probably make another call on inventors frr designs for street door Thf corBnujwiM? ap- poiniod by tbe Postmaster General w- examined 900 f-------- and fouadnoaeot ti si
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