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   Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1890, Salem, Ohio                               THE SALEM DAILY NEWS. VOL. II. NO. 277. SALEM. OHIO. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22. 1890. TWO CENTS. WAI No Probability of an .Present. aa L'poa Trans'! j the Reports as to t.te tent of the Messiah Craze. Fr.'lutions Already Taken sttn to Prevent any Outbreak. MAXDAJT, N. D., Nov. A corres- pondent obtains informatics from the Sioux Agency from two re- liablesourc -j. or..-- vi-i H-'tti-igercouniy, from the western part of the rnservation, and one from S-indium Rock marck, as follows: Tue chances aro against an irarupdiato uprising unless Sitting Cull makes up his mini it pay. Silting iJuli would be arrested and put in but the ajo it is Dfraid this would precipitate trcublo Agent McLaughlin has lost conrn 1 o" Sitting Bull and other loaders. At Lull's camp a dunce of 2JO braves keeps up d 17 and night. All reports that co'ae by A-iro from Fort are colored, military censorship K exorcised on ove.ry message. My cjvnts found it to wire all the f.iCtS they to The Indians with Sitting Uull don't welcome even friendly whites and won't shake hands with them. They say all white men will be turned to buffalo and catfish in the spring1. The Indians from Pine Ridge now with Sitting Hull are inspiring his followers .with Messianic heresy. Sitting Bull is jealous of the increase of the cattle on the Cannon Hall river belonging to white settlers. He teaches his followers if a raid is made on the set- tlers and they are killed, the Indians can surrender on the appearance of the soldiers and be forgiven. Then, because of the fate of the former settlors, no new ones will come there. The Indians who have followed the advice of Major McLaugblin and accumulated property are opposed to the proposed uprising. Young bucks who Have nothing, and older ones who are lazy, led by Sitting Bull, are causing all the trouble. Gov- ernor Miller is in Mandan. He visfted Fort Lincoln and told the correspondent there was nothing between the white settlers south of town and a massacre but the good will of the Indians. Ho in- dorses all of the precautionary meas- ures that have been taken. OMAHA, Neb., Nov. ii from Pine Ridge report everything quiet at the agency. Settlers in that vicinity have recovered from their alarm and no serious trouble is now anticipated. Gen- eral Brooke has ordered all ammunition for Hotchkiss guns stored at Fort Rob- inson to be sniit to Pine Ri'lip. IIo has also sent word to all friendly Indians to return to the agency. They are coming in as fast as word can Wben the friendly and bad Indians are separated the Indian police will be sent to Wounded Knee. No Water. Medicine Root, White Clay and other villages to stop the dancing. If they fail, then the troops will be called on. Red Cloud came into Pino Ridge yes- terday to join in the feast of welcome to the recently returned "Wild West" Indians. He denies that he joined in the dance at Wounded Knee, or that he gave it his countenance. On the con- trary, he claims he tried to induce the dancers to desist No credence is placed in his assertions, as the character of the wily old Cheyenne leader is too well known, and his record during the Sit- ting Bull war is too bad. It is now thought the dancing will be stopped without bloodshed, WASHINGTON, Nov. Bu- reau officials quite generally discredit the warlike and threatening reports that como from the Sior.x country. Act- ing Commissioner Belt, of the Indian Office, does not believe that the Indians contemplate hostile action towards the whites. Thf promised Messiah that they are looking for to lead thorn in their destruction of the whites has not and will not materialize: but whrn they discover that he is not likely lobe forth- coming, disappointment raav raako them troublesome. They will then turn upon the medicine men who have made these predictions and there may be dif- ficulties that will spread beyond tribal limits. He thinks bowrvr, that the precautions already adopted in striding troops to the reservations will be ample to prevent any serious outbreak. Denied the CardlnM. BALTIMOP.E, Nov. Gib- bons yesterday said that the Haven, Conn., story concerning himself and Hyacinthe A. Ringrose was entirely untrue. The Cardinal has brought no suit against Ringrose: asked for no in- junction against the publishers, and has no intention whatever of paying the slightest attention to what he regards as a scheme to advertise a book. >n tti- Nov. scheme for the continuation of the Barings in business has been conceded. The new concern will be a limited liability company. It will begin business immediately with a subscribed capital exceediny Mr. Thomas P.artTijr. M. P.. who become chairman of the new company, will de- vote his whole fortune to sustaining the firm's credit. "Mead Not C.nilty. NEW YORK. Nov. Smith, the junior meajber of tbe of Miiis, Robesoa A Smith, brokers, wbo is in- iicted for forsrir.i and passing stock cer- tificates belonging to the firsj. aot wbfj] arraigned court yes- terday and was remanded for trial. Took One Ballot for bens tor. MOXTGOMKRT. Aia., NoVr Tair Democratic Senatorial caucus met night, too Ia'l Dog. Loo AX. O.. Nov. The pfople in the vicinity of Maxville. six miles from here, are completely over the doings of a mad dog in that neighbor- hood. He bit Mrs. Blockston and a lit- tle boy and a number of doga. Mrs. Biackston's aad bands are badly lacerated. Inhamsn Policy of Balfoar UU Set Forth In Stronc NEW YOHK, NOT. following circular has been issued by tbe delega- tion of the Irish Parliamentary party: The addresses already d 'livered by the Irish and t.ic other t-otntuuu'.cations in tho pr.vss have, it is hoped, made the American public somewhat 'aiuilUr wufc the ciroiim- stances of the Irish sirugs'c at the present hour. The p-op'e are now face to with n dotcrmiaeci and powerful attempt, or- giui.zed by >ir Balfour aud a number Of the Tiirv and Liboral Unionist cup'.tu'ists in En- glunrt ;md landlor.l in Itvlnnd, to stitrve out the Irish onranizatioas and the evicted tenants simultaneously IncreaslriK the vigor of coercion an'l the number of evic- tions. So resolute and m-rciless Is this oombinat on tha: at 'he verv moment the govt-rnmen VirL-f portions of Ireland are menaced with severe distress, wholesale are carrif'l out The chief pur pose of the mission of the Tri-h delegates to America is to oouMK'rae! this last ais.uilt by an appeal to g-uerusitv of people for moral and iinanclal sup- port. The amount of symp thy and interest already raanif -ned in the'r h i sted that In all such towns subscriptions be started. These subscriptions can be in by branches of the National League and other Irish soci eties and or by committees es- pecially const'tnted for that purpose. The urjrencv and the. gravity of the crisis iii IrelundwiU.itisboped.be allowed to justify the delegates in earnestly reciuesdn? that every energy be put forth to tliesa sub crip- couimea'-unvte with vast demands on the resoun-cs of the National party. All collected should be for- warded to Dr .1. E Kenny. M P, and M-. Alfred Webb. M. P.. at the o'.tlccs of tbe Irish National League. 43 Upner O'Conncll street. Dublin, these being: the two Rentlemen ap- pointed by Mr. Parn.ill as the tr'aMirers of the funds raised in Anvn 'a The subscriptions will bo acUnowledi'ed by n-ceipt from the treas- urers named, and also by pvhlication in Freeman's Journal and United Ireland, Dublin, and the Irish-American p pers. ON THKIlt nr I'ronjptiy N. -T.. Niv. r .n on tae Howard saving bank is beginning to die out. Around the bank yesterday there wa? a big crowd, but every one was promptly raid of! arid it served that i was 5i- so m-srh that by noon'onlr a few persons were in tbe bank drawing aionej. _ to the for Coi.r "Nov." 'A colored sourtesaa nam'-i i.ia -Ior.es. convicted 5? stabbing Zirniaer. of -St Paai, to death Lt-t June, was yesterday leatenced to years in tbe peni- tentiary. A aotjoa for a. new trial ieaied. Maryland Kesolve to in tr> Questions Asked frtn '-'urn-tii Nov. -.2. -Tike Maryland State Dental Association at a meeting hold last unanimously decided to persevere in thoir refusal to answer the questions put by the Census Bureau in refercnuu to mechanical dentistry, not- withotandinfr that tbe census authori- ties have, ordered the prosecution of those would not answer {be ques- tions. The dentists object to being classed as manufacturers inssoad of pro- fessional men, and have all tilonjf pro- tested against it They claim that position of the census people is absurd and are surprised that a (Treat bureau of the United States Government knows no better than to consider them a class of "tooth carpenters." Down to Death. MEBIDEX. Conn., Nov. 22. By the breaking of a brake beam of ono of the coal cars of a freight train on the Meri- den railroad at the road trestle yesterday, eiffht cars were de- railed just after leaving the bridge. Two cars went down the embankment, which is forty feet high, and dragged with them James McDermott and Will- iam, Hart The was fatally in- jured and the latter seriously. It is the third accident that McDormott has mot with on the road within the past few months. The Barker Bros. Failure. PiiiLADKLr-niA, Nov. The doors of Barker Bros. Co.'s banking house were opened ajrain yesterday ;ind af- fairs in and around th" bank of their wonted appearance, though no banking busings-, was trans- acted. Tho fund of subsrribod by a number of banks to aid the Financa Company of Pennsylvania in its outstanding liabilities has not yet been drawn upon by the company, it be- ing able to meet its liabilities. Two Shot. WICHITA, Kan., NOT. 32. Deputy Sheriff Dreschor, of Osborne after a chase of five days, located a gang of horse thieves last night in the western part of Pratt County. VVhon within four hundred yards the posse were seen by the thieves, who opened fire, at the same time mounting their horses. The posse responded with a hot fire, killing two, Thomas West and Sam- uel Thornton. Five others escaped into tbe woods. With Mannlaagbter. CniCAfio, NOT. Tbe grand jury in- vestigation of the Tioga steamboat dis- istor has resultod in tbe finding of twenty-four indictments for man- slaughter against tbe two leading of- ficers of tbe Genesee Oil Company, of which shipped tho naptha. Tho against whom indictments will be returned are J. A. Wright, of Buffalo, president of the company, and W. IL Bright, of Philadelphia, its vice-presi- ient. Nov. 22. racob and Rose Blessing, with several other aliases. wore arrested in Allegheny, yesterday. A telegram from Trenion, N.'.I., caused the arrest. Jacob Blessing it charged wiifa grand larceny and bis companion is wanied for picking They will be he-Id in custody to await tbe arrival of tbe Treaton officers. to R. j.. >-OT. 22. _ rrorinjr drunken quarrel in the family of Jerry Sullivan, a stone cutler, last evening. Sullivan's wife was so badiy beaten about the head tba; tie died. Sallirwi BM been arrested i fDfllT fAlfOTXUTlfiM A (Ml WMD NA11UJ Leading Western Kailroads be Operated Together. Jay Gould, the Rockefellers and Other Capitalists Interested iii the Scheme. The Association Will Practically Control the Ka Iwar Transportation of the Cmmtrv. NEW YOKK, Nov. was stated Friday afternoon that an alliance had been formed between tho interests rep- reseatod by George C. Majroun. of Kid- dor, Poabody Co.; Jay Gouid, C P. fluntinston and the Standard Oil party by which nil tho railroads owned or con- trolled bv thorn individually or jointly will be operated together, practically under Gould's direction. This alliance includes tho Southern Pacific, Union Pacific, Missouri Pacific, Atchison, Wa- bash, Kansas Texas, Texas Pacific and many other roads. It is also said that Mr. Gould is trying to force tho holders of Rock Island either to sell their stock around its present price or to join hands with the other roads in the alliance. The liurlington and Chicago Alton will act with the allied roads in what- ever steps may bo taken, but there aro fears that tbe Vauderbilts may bo angry at tbo loss of their trafllc contract with tho Union Pacific and may refuse to join. If the Vandoi-bilts and the roads controlled by J. Pierpont Morgan can be brousrbt in, a meeting of the bankers and railroad presidents of all tho roads in the country will bo called, a now as- sociation formed and then an immediate and material advance in all railroad rates will at once bo ordered. Vanderbilt people now admit that Gould has fjot control of tho Union Pacific. One of tho parties named as a director, said "Tho board will soon bo reorganized. John D. Rockefeller, working- with Mr. Gould, has brought the change about and Russell Sage, Jay Gould, H. 15. Hyde and Alexander Orr will take the place of four of the prosef members. The resignation of President Adams will bo received, he will probably be succeeded by Sydney Dillon." BATTLE WITH ITALIANS. Citizena of a Kntitucky Town Put to Flight ;t (iane of Daifon. PARIS, Ky.. Nov. A battle be- tween a gang of Italian laborers and citizens took place hero Friday. The Italians were ongafred in constructing tbe now waterworks here, when tho horses attached to a passing omnibus took fright at tbe steam drill thon in operation. In thoir flight tho animals dashed into a crowd of Italians. While none of tnem were hurt, they became so enraged that they attacked the driver. A number of citizens came to his res- cue and a genwal conflict ensued. Tho Italians were sooa put to flight and driven out of the city. No ono was killed, but a number on both sides were injured. Minister Runpended for Immorality. STUKGKOX, Mo., Nov. Rev. T. H. Lockwood, pastor of tho Methodist Episcopal cburches at Sturgeon and Yates, has been suspended from all ministerial duty and church privileges. The suspension is tbe result of an in- vestigation. by a church committee Into charges of immoral conduct brought against tho preacher by female mem- bers of tho church. Several ladies made depositions that Rev. Lockwood made improper proposals to them. Lockwood is a married man and has tnrcochildron. K. of L. Gonenil Asai'inlily AtlJ'inrnii. DENVER, Col., Nov. Tho Knights of Labor convention continued Thurs- day's session until ner.rly daylight Fri- day rnorniriT- There was a prolonged wrancrle. first over tho roport of tin; uominittw on political action, thon ovfr tbo plat-.c of holding tho next meeting. Three citios were reported by tho com- mittee, New York. Toledo and Milwau- kee. It was docidod to select the place by mailed vote thirty days boforo too next noeetinsr. The assembly then ad- journed sine die. Arson Ic In Mutton Stew. CHICAGO, Nov. Mrs. Mackey, pro- prietress of a boarding house at 2256 Wabash avenue, her son and four board- ers were poisoned Thursday night by George Harris, a Cvlored waiter, who put arsenic in a mutton stew in revenge for having been discharged. All of those who ate of the stew were taken ill and for a time it was feared two of the victims would die, but the doctors now pronounce all of them out of danger. Harris was arrested yesterday. A Deficiency of NEW YOKK, Nov. Tbe Herald's Washington correspondent says: It now appears tbat Commissioner Raum's esti- mate of the deficiency in the pension ac- count this year is too low. From in- formation just received it is likely that the deficiency will reach SJ3.000.000. This means Sl.W.fXW.OOO instead of Sl-'tt.OOO.- 000 this year for pensions. It also more than next year for pensions. TF.KRE HAPTE. Ind., Nov. In tbe Jase of Mary E. Johnson, of Coai tbe Chicago A, Indiana Coal Railway Company for damages in tbe sum of S-Vj.ooo, tbe jary yesterday re- tained a verdict allowing the plaintiff the fnll amount o' her claim. A motion for a new trial was Sled by the defend- ant. DfstHIrr LOCISVTLI.E, Ky, Nov. Beckerts, one of ana known distillers in Kentucky, drop dead from heart disease here yester nj. He was president of both tbs and distillery companies. htt owned the Dearer Tribano. AX ELKCTION CONTKST. Allmnco Oat to AoconipiUU a rmlerlakinsr. LINCOLN, Neb., Nov. Attorneys for the Farmers' Alliance sent out mes- sengers Thursday evening to serve no- tices of tho proposed contest over tho late election. It is proposed to con tost the election of Boyd, Deuiocratie-Uov- ernor-eloct, and of every Republican official supposed to have been elected. The notices charge at length tbat busi- ness men in Oruaha and elsewhere formed a conspiracy to dofoat tin- will of thopooplo and brought in vastsumsof money for that purpose; tbat lu-arly 3.000 foreigners woro iiuiurulizfd and ilu-ir foes bv outside parties just prior to tbe flection; that in thirty poll- ing places tickets bearing tho names of Alliance candidates wore taken from those having t'noui, uud such persons were couipellod to leavo the polling places; tuat sovonil cities violau'd tae registration laws; and that many frauds and irregularities wore practiced. Tho contest will bo tried bv the Legislature. FUAUDS TO BE UP. A to bo Klllod by ST. I'Al'i., Minn., Nov. 22. tins been onu-red by tho Attorney Crm-ral to wind up ti e lOducaiionul liiuluwmont Association, of Minneapolis, a big con- corn operating in alleged life iiKiuance. Policies were tzikon uiit in the of children and matured if tho children livod to bo tivclve old. A tre- mendous business was dor.o. In tho complaint is is charged tbo Homo Trust Company, of Minneapolis. built up out of profits illegally and fraudulently converted from this endowment associa- tion. Fraud and mismanagement by Jacob Merritt, tho secretary and man- ager, aro charged and it is alleged that the association is insolvent and a fraud on its face. _ Land Kick Acitimt Dillon ami O'Urlen. NKW YOKK, Nov. Six members of a local branch of tbe Irish Land League have united in issuing an ud-lrosa criti- cising tho methods and motives of Messrs. Dillon and O'Urion that will at- tract wide attention among tho friend of Ireland. It goes so far a< to charge that thuy funr to have an Irish Land League here to which they would have to account for money subscribed by Irish-Americans and that thuy huvo on- deavorod to stop tin- rai.iiag of money to prepare for t'uo famine in London for foar that it would interfere with thoir own purposes. Two Thoiisilnil on Strlkn. Itid., Nov. The drivers and day men employed in tho blocl mines on Thursday ntipoin'.oil a com mittee to wait upon the operators will a demand for two dollars a day. Th demand was refused and tho day uior joined the drivers in a Tfoi operators claim tbat to advance tL price wriild bo to disturb tho market in violation of tho yearly agreement, Abovt miners are thrown out o employment, 2.nd tho situation is bocom ing serious. _ _ __ Speculation- HI to Millrr'a Snccosnor. WASHINGTON, Nov. 22. Among poll ticians here the impression prevail that Attorney fioncral Miller will be appointed to the Supreme Court vacanc and Senator Spooncr. of Wisconsin made Attorney General. There seem to bo a gonoral impression in titiprorni Court circles that a Michigan roan wil be appointed to tho vacant Suprotn< Court judgoship and that Alfred Kus sell, of Detroit, bad been or would b hior a witnosa for bis son, and it U claimed, bo per- jnrod himsolf. Thi c.-iused tho trouble in the churcb. Ruv. Mishlt-r has ap- pealed from tho deoi-oin uf tho board of the standing coinuii. -u. Tho caso is now boing trit.l by AKHljjitd. TON1, O., Nov. 12: -Ilusincos circles of tho city woro sr.artlod Thursday night by tho assignmont of Mayor John F. Blake, a leading millur. Friday morning It was annoiinitoil that his wife bad also assignoJ. Sho was ono of tho Myers hoirs and owned a largo amount of personal property and real estate. All property belonging to both horsolf and husband was turned over to the as- signee. Tho liabilities and assets are unknown, but aro thought to be more than Ciirrlofl 11 Court. Nov. Tho Erie Iron Company Friday lilerl a in error from the police court to the Cir- cuit Court in their case 5n C. W. Scoflnld laat August refused to pay employes twice a month. This is the first cnsn taken up tnnli-r tho new law to lost its The suit will be closely and tho final issue will bi with mti'-h all corpir-! tion1'. I 'itit sli cut .s o LKIIAM.N, O., Nov. D. VV. Kurn- bart, for keeping his open dur- ing the fair, was sentenced by U'Ncall on Thura'l.-.y. There -.-.i.Te two counts in the indictment. For tho lirst count be -A as given and costs and fifteen days in jail; on tho second, and costs and fifteen days in jail, and bis saloon declared a nuisancu and. Killrd by n Trnln. j O.. Nov. nvjtt Wbitn'-y, i-e.sHingin this city, was instantly killed by a Nickel Plato train at Wright's Station, four miles east of here, Thursday evening. She bad been Tisiting, and attempted to cross the track to tbo platform to take the train for homo. She leaves a husband and a- grown-up daughter. t'.nkrtnan Hon. NKTTAKK. Nov. W. (Gard- ner, a brakem.in on tho freight, fcil from bis train at tbo Ohio Central crossing and was frightfully mangled. There is no of his re- covery. His homo is in Newcyaicrs- town. O.. Nov. C-l broke into Frank hcssc, Tborsday night. tb" fam'Ty w.is absent and stole in a watch and SWO worth of No clae. __ Died tbo of III. O., Nov. .Sba-lrach. Ford, the oldest man in Uiis county, or perhaps in tbe Stave, living in K-tccooi township, ibis county, dropped dead other day, aged III years. True BUte NOT. The grand jury late Thnnvday nigh: bills against tbe eeven'.'v-r, under arrest charged with th" rnnf i-r of Poiice David C oa I I   

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