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   Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1890, Salem, Ohio                               THE SAiEM DAILY NEWS. VOL. II. NO. 280. SALEM. OHIO. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 26. 1890. TWO CENTS VK I' u Sitting BsiU Continues His Kant and liluster. Inhabitants of the Dakotas Pray for a Blizzard to Stop the In- dians' Antics. INTEKNAti REYBSUPS. Anneal Report of ouirr.m.onor Masai oa the Opernriima o( the Bureau o Tfhich He U the Hei-l. WASHINGTON-, NOT. John W Mason, of the Internal Reve-' nue Bureau, in his report of thf opera- tions of his oftice for tho past year, says that the from internal revenue amounted to H" fstiniates the receipt-i 'or the current fiscal yeai at In this estimate a re-j duction of s-'.om.ono in receipts and ia special ta-i receipts is allowed. Tbe principal sources of receipts OB account of internal revenue are: Spirits, wh'ch wes an increase of tobacco of forri-.et'tinl liquors S'30, an increase of Statement Its Labors Curing the Past Fiscal Year. Valued at Saved aud 78C Shipwrecked Persons Given Assistance. tai on oleomargarine manufactures de creased The from internal revenue year 18S9-90 was So far durin? current fiscal year, the receipts fro-n all "sources show an in- crease in internal -.tuu ovvrtbe first three la-r yc-ai of The cost of tho i" is stated of the amount Tho estimated exper-SP of tao ice for year is STILL AT i'-'i.i are YOU Profiled With Firearms Better Prepared to Wage War Than the Troops. STANDING ROCK AGENCY, X. D., Nov. two Indian scouts sent out Sat- urday night bv Colonel Drum, com- manding Fort Yates, with instruction to scour the country between here and Sitting Bull's camp and ascertain if any Indians were on the war path and tha state of tbiogs at Sitting Bull's camp, have returned and report bavins seen no Indians on tbe war path. They went to Bull's camp on the Grand river. They being to B.ill as military scout', they we'-e at once suspected as spios and were treated very harshlv by Bull i and others. Bull thorn thoir ness out They said they were after tv. o tors from the post, which, of course, liuli to be untr-.ie Bull told them he understood there wars soldiers coming1 to Foil Vales to take him and his proportv. said he: "I have runnel-scorning anittoing every day and know that is on there, and as soon as the-.0 soldiers come I will take my f.iunly and ponies and those that will follow me and leave and they will not get mo." Continuing, he said to the scouts: "You see, we have abandoned tfeo white men's houses and are living in our na- tive tepees and we will not return to tbe bouses or to the agency." The sup- position here is that if Bull hears of any serious trouble at the lower agency. or if the mflitary attornpt to take him be will at once break cap.ip oa the Grand river and join tho hostUes at the lower agencies, thereby declaring war against tbe Government Bull's son-in-law was in Monday -a-nd when questioned as to whether or not Bull was coming in, said: "No, he is not coming until tbe military overpower bim." Hopes are yet entertavned that all will pass off quietly aud that cold eather "Bill put a stop to the nonsense. A howling Da- kota blizzard would be a God-scud to tbo Dakotas about now PIKKRK, S D., Xov. re- turning from the Cheyenne Agency, where the Indians were given their monthly issue of rations, state that every thing-appears to bo quiet and that about all the Indians receiving rations present aoid very orderly, but with several companies of troops also pres- ent At the hostile camp on Cherrj j had been in the city to raise a A Grand Record by menf. Set-rants on the Great and the Sea Coant. WASHINGTON-, Nov. Su- perintendent Kiroball, of the lile sav- ing service, has submitted his annual an increase report to the Secretary of the Treasury. S30.-' The establishment embraced at the close The! of the last fiscal year 233 stations, 176 T. II. Allen Co., of Memphis, Alake an Assignment. One of the Oldest Cotton Dealing Firms in the South Fails, Cre- ating a Great Sensation. _ being on the Atlantic coast, 48 on tho lakes, 10 on the Pacific and one at the over the fiscal falls of the Ohio, Louisville, Ky. The number of disasters to documented ves- sels within the field of station opera- tions during the year was 384, There were ou board these vessels per- sons, of whom 33 were lost. The num- .1 il rovpT.-.p service I ber of shipwrecked persons who received '10 or 2 s J per cent.' succor at the was 7S3. Tbe total value of property imperiled was 908. Of this amount was saved. The number of vessels totallv lost was In addition to name-I there were during tbo year 145 casual- ties to smaller craft, on which there were C'JJ persons, of whom ten were lost. In addition to nersons saved vessels there were 27 others rescued. The crews saved without outside as- sistance 167 vessels valued with thoir cargoes at and assisted other efforts in saving- 39 vessels, valued with their cargoes at S1.50-J.210, making tho aggregate number of vessels woich they saved and assisted to save during tho year, 251, involving of prop- erty. Assistance of minor importance was rendered to many other vessels. The cost ol maintenance of the service during tbe year was The general superintendent renews bis recommendation of the twa preced- ing years, that the compensation of th'i crews be increased. During tho year, by reason of resignations to accept more lucrative a number of men loft, the service. Ew- cial diffk'ilty in this leg-ird has boon experienced on the TI out lakes, more thun thirty per of tho hr.ve loft the stations on this account, ,'liostt places have hoid to bi> filled by inexperience 1 rind inferior men. Irish Itvilers to i 1 Thtir 7'artj iu niot.t. Lovriov, XMV meeting of the Parnellito of the House of Commons, p-.-ior to the ol Parliament. hoi I 7 "t -clay. There a of the mem- bers on this   p-.itorod. WAS received with repea'ed cheers. He was unani- mously and speeches were made by Mr. Sox'on :v.xd others ex- pressing the co-nnlpt" cunR of the Irish party in their loader, and urging bim to retain his Dlacc at the head of the party in the House of Commons. Mr. Par HP 11 replied briefly, without any direct a'luv.ort to tbo attacks upon iitn. He thar> the members for their eonflitencp. and said that, in obedience to tbeir will and that of the Irish peoplp. hi would remain at their hpad and to of his for cans- -of niio in I The announcpraont was received witb repeated cheers. OF Stak" Svooro.l br Tw nnrltix roo'- Nov :ft Clark, of th'v (Wis.) Electric Lie'it and Power Company, was roboed of -uibt while on bis to the Northwestern depot. Mr the Govern- Their Liabilities Estimated at 9750.090. With ot Nearly Tork Brunch Closed. MEMPHIS, Tenn., NOT. H. Alien Co., cotton factors and com- mission merchants, doing business at No. 8 Madison street, this city, made an assignment Tuesday morning. The firm is one of the oldest in tbe South and has a branch office In New York. The firm is composed of Thomas H. Al- len, ST.; Allen. Jr., Harry Allen and H. Allen, Jr. Tbe style of the New York branch is Riobard H. Al- len Co. Tho assignment was precipi tated bv tho suspension of Richard H. Allen Co in New York. Tbe an- nouncement has caused a profound sen- sation. The firm was one of tbe largest iu Memphis and was considered one o: the most substantial in the South. Tbe firm's liabilities aro estimated at with assets at Otfers of assistance tendered Monday by a bank worn declined None of tho mon- ied institutions of Memphis will suffer bv the suspension, as they are amply secured. The firm handled annually about bales of cotton. NEW YOUK. Nov. 20 11. Al- len Co., composed of Thomas 1L and Henry Allen, of Memphis, Tenn.. and Richard H. Pelham Manor, do- ing a banking and cotton business at 31 and 33 Broad street, assigned yesterday without preferences. Richard H. Allen also made an individual assignment without preferencos to the sjime as- signee. The firm's credit was of the highest kind, being rated at tbe agen- cies at a million of dollars. NEWS creek, which is a sub-agency aud run b? Hump and Big Foot, tue Indians as-'' sembled Monday and when the cattl'v were driven out to bfi slaughtered and the mounted Indians and captured the entire herd aad them to thoir village one mile away, where the issue was made to suit themselves. One -white man -named Henry Argell and a half-breed were in but when they saw tho ugly dis- position apparent they offered no resist- ance and started for Cheyenne Agency to report Captain Hearst, commander of troops there, states that the bostiles have procured a. large amount of fire- .armi and ammunition and are in fact better armed than tlae troops. OMAHA, Xeb.. NOT. what the next move at Vine Ridjje will bo. Gen- eral Brooke and Agent Royer alono can tell. Xouday the work of handing out ratioas began and yesterday it still went on. Quito a nurater of ghost danc- ers came down to within a raile of the but refused to come nearer. There is a village ne.ar Eed Cloud's honse containing 133 of these implafia- bles- Little Wound was at the ajrency a short time, but aoon retired Fie con- versed with no one on the subject of ghost dancinpc and several alleged inter- views with him are denounced as purely Imaginary. A letter was sent out last Saturday as sum of money to par oif a and seoured lie paid or.t 33.000 for machinery and placed the balance in his satchel and started for borne. On bis he was stopped by two raon, one of whom throw what M.r. Clark thinks was sand in his face, the other soatcbinghis both making good their escape. There is no clue to the highwaymen. ollides with Freight. CHICAOO, Xov. 25. The Denver lim- ited on the Cnicago, Rock Island Pa-, crfic railroad which left here even- ins crashed into a Lake Shore freight train at Fiftv-niath street George A. Bigonoss, a stock yards employe who loiarded the train to take a free ride, was instantly killed. Tbe escaped injury. The acci- dent was caused by tbfi limited naving no protection in the way of a flagman. The freight had signal lights on the rear car, but these were obscured by a dense volume of smoke. Nov. The much ad vertised final with for a purse of between Ed Smith and George Godfrey took list at Cron- heim's Theater. under the auspircs of thT Puritan Athletic Club of Long Island City. There were near- ly 1.000 persons present, f.OO or 700 of Godfrey won whom almission. having been written by Little Wound to ia lhe Cwcnty-third round. Agent Royer. It is now known that that letter was written in the agency office by a teacher, whiie at th.2 time Little Wound was forty milos away. Mem- bers of his band are reported to be corn- Ing in for rations, despite his objection to the move. Red Clond has written to Dr. George L. Millar, of Omaha, dony- Ing that he has at any time given fail consent or counsel to the ghost dancing. A special just received from Ridge says that the Indians en route from Rosebud, some six hundred strong, are plundering the deserted bouses along their rente. They are also killing cattle and feasting on fresh beef. Seventy-fire Cbeyenaes were enlisted scouts by General Brooke last night Close watch is being kept over Red Cloud's baud. si several raid- ing parties aro preparing to start from his cam p. Still for MOSTOOMK.KT. Ala.. Nov. Senatorial after tho In Favor of Cartnlllav Production. FALL Mass., Nov. im- portant meeting of manufacturers will be held to-day to consider the print cloth situation. Now that the stock has reached pieces, with no prospect of decreasing, agents agree that some measure mnst be taken to prevent a fur- ther increase. A general feeling exists la favor of curtailment br stopping an- other sixty days. Murderer lime Oettlue Short COLTJMBCS, O., Nov. addi- tional evidence is produced in behalf o) Isaac Smith, the Pike County murderer, be will meet death on tbe gallows Thursday nigbt Governor Campbell lias declined to extend clemency in tbe case there is some further de- velopment tending to show tbat Smith innocent. tweair-eizbtb ballot without nosnra'atJon. T-.- T.-.V stooJ: Farh 47. i i 0? La., Kov. house on Xyrtlo Grorc plauution. con- taiaiag seveaty-Sve of sugar and Sfty loads of cane, was destroyed insar- ST. come to li-rV. tbat Ferd Iroa Nov. Jvv: has -x .-3 f J dead oa n-airj ritlros-i iraws ia city rn -rier-d and tbea tbfo-jra ia :ry 't cf a train tbe iajpressioa tbat bis deatb to so. accident. botUe p on tbe beach at Keck Saa- contaiard slip of oaper oa wbich tb? "Fonodered at sea Water Wivh. September 15, Forward to tt Bow street, BOSTON. NOT. Hoar addressed letier to Repcb'.icaas ol arguing that the recen is as as tbe of ibe and predictinf from prece- dent a reactsoa in favor of tbe Repub- lican two jexn TrrrtWy i-atal ST. Joify- N. R, Xov. Dana's inin SoeUi Bay was wrecked Taesday aaornir.z by a boiler explosion Foar dead zoea been takes fi miss H U reported Low U said haw iiVKKYTSIiNG il. tlin W Knlc.lH- reotorr an i 'He X.ilonal CotninniMon IT MAY M13AV PAILUKHL Flnanrtitl Biniiarracniuent of One of t Lutuaer an. I Salt CuDOVrns ia Nov. The txistin? between National Coinmis- ion aad the World's Fair directory were harmoniously settled yesterday bv ,he adoption of a conference report, the dint work of representative member's of sides. The report determines the management -of the fair by amalgamtt- ;ing the powers of tbe commission and the directory into a system of fifteen dc- jartments under the supervision of the Director General. All differences that may hereafter come up will be referred ;o a board of control consisting of eight of the commission and eight members of the directory, the act) an of which shall be conclusive. The site and ;he plans and specifications for the grounds andbuildings have been adopted and President Harbison will now be ad- vised to. issue his proclamation. Chicago -nulrn Fined fur Contempt. CHICAGO. Nov. 23. Judge Blodpott, of tbe Federal Court, yesterday fined Charles Counselman, the millionaire trrain dealer, SMO and ordered him com- mitted to the of tho United States Marshal until the fine is paid. Counselman's offense was the refusal to testify before the Federal grand jury regarding alleged violations of the In- ter-Bute Commerce law by various rail- roads and shippers. Counselman's at- torneys will move for a writ of habeas corpus before Judire Gresbain and upon a refusal, an appeal will be taken to the United States Supreme Court, as the case involves a constitutional question. Policy of the WASIIIXOTOX, Nov. 20. Pierce, of Tennessee, is tbe first of tbe Farmers' Alliance members to come to Washington. He says the Alliance in- tends to advocate measures calculated to loosen the stringency in money mat- ters. They believe, be says, tbat tbe existing stringency should bo relieved aad that Congress has the power to do it The sub-treasury plan, or something tbat will in effect accomplish tbe end. will be urged, the tightness in money. IB relieved. DKTKOIT, Mich., Nov. J. E. Potts Salt and Lumber Company, one of tho biffsrest lumber and salt concerns in the country, yesterday filed chattel mortgages upon its property in upner The concern owns several sawmills at Osco- da, a railroad thirty-nine miles several hundred thousand acres of phi'' and valuable timber iu Michigan, and employs nearly msn the year around. The Potts Compxny's attorney, C. R. Henry, 3ays that tho mortjatfos may mean a failure. T'IO liabilities of the companv aro placed at S hun- dreds of thousands of which are not so- cured. The assets aro placed at 000, but this includes the railroad, mill property, etc., which would ba hard to realize on. The mill here cuts 000 feet of lumber each season, whicli is more than any other mill of similar equipment in tbe world. WITHOUT THANKS. Civil Service CommUilon Declines the OITVr of a Itribe bj a Realdcut of Co- lumbus, o. WASHINGTON, Nov. 26. The Civil Service Commission received a letter from a man in Columbus. O., offering them 550 if they would raise bis son's average on a recent examination from 65 to 70 per cent aad make bim oliirlblo to a position in the Pension Office. Chief Clerk Doyle, of the commission, at onco wrote him declining tho kind offor without thanks and telling him that such a transaction would render all parties concerned liable to criminal prosecution, fine and imprisonment; and furthermore, that if his son had been, eligible the commission would see to it tbat bis name was at onco stricken from the rolls. _______________ thf- X. Y., JNOV. State Board of Railroad Com missioners me! Tuesday. In tbe case of the collision on tbe Delaware, Lackawanna West- ern railroad noar Syracuse on Novem- ber 3, in which four persons were killed, tbe board finds tbat Michael A. Clark, tbe telegraph operator, caused tho acci- dent; tbat tbe officials were in fault in. employing a youth only Mventoenyears of ago and recommends tbat be kept locked. of Cattle for Export. NOT. 39. work of inspecting cattle for export bj tbe De- partment of Agriculture is now fairly under way. The of tbe Bureau of Animal Industry havoduring tbepast few days inspected 6.987 head of cattle. Tbe ports, at which the inspection of sattle was made were Boston. New York. Philadelphia, Baltimore and Nevrport Newa. tbe largest number beia? shipped from Boston. AH to KncVn Trntmeot. Nor. this Kty one hospital has already refssed appli- cations of 400 physicians who desired to study tbe Koch method of treatment. Tbe reasoa given for refusal is tbat U is not to insiract great nuTcber apaljimg. FsJljr physicians arrived froa for- eign countries to in form re- garding Koch's system of treatmmit. LATEST __ Gathered b> Telegraph of tba WEDNESDAY. The failure of J. Cook U'aldron has boon announced oa tho New York Stock Exchange. During October past immigrants came to this country, against in October, 1SS9. Mrs. Eva Hamilton, wife of the late Robert Ray Hamilton, has been par- doned by the Governor of New Jersey. At Sohull, in the southwest of Ire- land, tho people are starving and the workhouse is unable to aouommodate the applicants for relief. Attorney General Miller has appointed Joseph D. Ford, of Toledo, O., a spooial Assistant District Attorney for tbe Northern district of Ohio. The death warrant of Smith, tbe Alle- gheny County (Pa.) murderer wbo Is now in an insane asylum, bas been with- drawn by Governor Beaver. At Portland, Ore., in tbe United States District Court a decree has been en- tered appointing' a receiver for the Ore- gon Improvement Company. The Norwegian bark Eyer. from St. John, N. for Tralee, Ireland, has boon wrecked at the entrance to Traloo Bay. Tho fato of the crew is not yet known. A dispatch from Buenos Ayras reports a financial crisis as existing iu that city. Several credit houses have already closed. A tumult bas occurred on the aoursn, which was quelled by tbo police. Ten bouses have boon blown down and seventeen persons drowned at Kahla. Disastrous gales and floods, witb losa of life and property have also occurred at Jena, Gobchwitz and otber placss in Germany. It transpires tbat during the O'Shea trial the Parueilites pledged themselves to continue to support Mr. Parnoll, no matter what the result of the trial might be, aud not to consider tbe senti- ment of tho English Liberals. Exports of merchandise from the United States during October past were valued at against in October, 1S89. Imports during Octo- ber past were valued at against COS, in October, 1889. Tbe French authorities aro convinced that Padlewski. tbe supposed assassin of General Sellvorskoff, is hiding among the Polish colony of London. The steamers for America are watched, it being thought that he may take his de- parture for tbat country. Thomas Rail, of Floral Park, L I., and Alfred Alchin, of Pookskill, N. Y., while walking on tho tracks of tho Long Island railroad Floral Park, re- cently, .wore struck by a train. Kail was instantly killed and Alchin was seriously, though not fatallv injured. to J'arnf-ll. Nov. letter from Mr. Gladstone has just boon made public in which advises the Irish members of Parliament to urge upon Mr. Parnell the for his abandoning the leadership of the Home Rulers in view of tho testimony in the O'Shea divorce case. OF m From Doings ayings of Oliioans. and AGAIN IN HOC. Paroled Convict from the Clerk of the is Capturetl and turned to CoiA'Mnrs, O.. Nov. 20. At tha rnijet- ing of the board of penitentiary man- agers on the 9th i-ist. Walter Campbell, a colored man sent from Loriiin Countar on a five-year sentence for rape, ami who bad two years to sorve. re- leased on parole. UVfore his release be> had been omployod as messenger in the clerk's office, and was familiar with tie surroundings Monday he visited prison, and wbon the opportunity offered "touched" the clerk's money drawer for S30 and a quantity of railroad tickets amounting in value to When the robbery was discovered, about two hours lulor. su-.tii as once re- tt-tl on Campbjll. an.l O Mur- phy was put on tho an I his raau in a. divo on Third str -f Ho was locked up, charged w'tb gni'l Hi-cony, inul. bis oriroe, vos returned to the pou to serve out bis uioxpii'od, term, when be will be pros-v.t'.p last crime. _ ___ T'L tin- of ''IT f Nov. tivo McKinloy, of Ouiu, amv -d in the> city yostorday for purpose of look- ing over tho ground before Uin of Congress no.xt Monday In an inter- view he said that ho was confident tbat Congress would pass tho Circuit Court bill; a modified bill' and Apportionment bill. Tho Appropria- tion bills, be believed, would, bo dis- posed of before tho 4th of MMreb. Ta regard to tbe Federal Elections bill, Major MoKinley expressed sotrie doubt of tbe probable action of the Sonatft during thft comiug He was. however, of that an Senators were nrroed tbe) measure through, lie had not. talked, with them lately on t us and could not speak intiuivly. Of possibility of an in Mr. McKinley said bo know nothing. _ Fopnlnr YIXIOR El'lerlr l.nvpr tor a Nov. The three Na- vassa rioters and murderers wbo are in jail tinder sentence of death, when told of the decision banded down in tbeir case in the United States Supreme Court, expressed no surprise and were apparently unconcerned- They are hopeful tbat tbe President will com- mute tbeir sentences. Should be notdo so, they are. they aaj, ready to march to the scaffold. a NEW YORK. Nov. R. Uaire, coun- sel for Joseph H. Wood, tbe colored man condemned to be electrocuted for tbe murder of Charles Raffia. received a letter fnna Governor HiiJ's private secretary saying tbat tbe Gov- ernor bad denied application fac a respite in bebalf of Wood. A Dem oratic Victory. DOVEH, N. II., Nov. i.'i. -In the city election yesterday Henry R. Parker (Democrat) was elected mayor by 84 ma- jority. The City Council stuids eight Republicans and seven Democrats, a Democratic gain of one. This is tho first Democratic mayor Dover has ever had. _ THE MARKETS. Flour, drain 1'rovlnlnii, New YOrfK. Nov. at 4 percent., the lowest, rate; highest 6. Exchange closed firm. 1'o-ucd rates actual rates 481 for sixty dnysantf for demand Government bonds steady. Currency a) 112; 4s, coupon, at 1.'! 4'-s do ut 101. Nov. Country at Minnesota patent at 00 Minnesota coring at ?1 lO'dl WIIKAI a rud .H 3.o. No 3 red at RSc No No 3 yellow a'-.IRc. OATS -No 2 mixed at Uc, No. 'J white at I white at Me. BDTi Fancy creampry at TOa, dairy at y3o. New Yorlt at lOc, Ohio at Me Strictly f-CHli at a.Sc Hulk at per busheL NEW YOUK, Nov. Qnlet Vjt CHy mill Si 10 V> Mlnaotoia extra at S3 tkW> Une at 12. 50, guperflno Firm No. 2 red w nter DccomlKT at J1.044, Si.ois. Cons-No COHc cash, DccetnbOT at Januarv at No. 2 mixed at W-ic cash, do Ueoom- Mess at ?1 1 00 J1Z 00. December at W 23. Wencrn ereamery faocy at Ste flat atomic. Eoos Western at S9e. CniCAOT. Nov. November at Doccmher at SJHc. -NovetntxT at .'O'-ir. December ai -We. November and Deoexober at at (9 ML January at 1 1L0S. at W.KH. Jannary A CANTO N_U. Cfnt VTitii tier li Mitrrlr1. CANTON, O., Nov. 21. P. Duff, book-keeper for Elliot Co.. of this city and at one yme alderman at Alle- gheny, Pa., sfeippol out of this city quietly to Rrvllimorj. taking- with. him Miss Etta Snyder, a yo'jnjr girl about twenty yeara of age, whom married there. Mr. Duff is a son of Duff, of Duff's ColU-ge. lie ts about' fifty-five and H widowor. It n.ia re- po'rtnd tbat tho conolf had bat- the mitrriaffo was known to the brido's. mother, wbo'.o only objection wa.s Mr- Duff's age. Tne bride is a HauJiKKuflr young lad-y and always held a po- sition in society bore. _ Workman to a Pulp. CANTON, Nov. 2ft. The overhead rail- way udod in transporting heavy from place to place in the safe vrorka hero foil at ton o'cloc'c Tuesday morrt- inj while it was opt-i-dtod byt workmen. A man nacnr-d Sturm was- bit on top of the head aid from tha upward hb head WHS mashed to a pulpu lie could not be recognized by fel- low workmen who picked "p 'the life- less remains. T-.vo others named ser and Etman WITO also sorlouslj- If not fatally injured. Sturm was a poor- man with a family. 'VTunler Hrxtiry. TITFIN, O, Nov. 26. Another identi-- fication of the t'astoria rourdBroi man is recorded. S. A. Leister, pump ufacftiror of city, ilentifle-i tho pic- ture- of tliodoad rn.in as that of William Sinnitigpr, tr.ivolingrnan for firm ot William Flaccus -Son, of Pitts- burgh, to whom he paid a, bill of ?J7.3ft on November 13. will go to Fostoria to make the lit- a com- plete. CraztMl New YORK. Crxw ley Webster, the oii actor who mm4 Avgast 19, was ywtar- imtttm E. Nov. the Badger HisariaaUa? Coaspaay. prwaoaaow tbe report of bis trooWfrs as falaehooJs. Bated by one wbo staned in to do systematic lying: company, says, own aad has all Rj December at January at S3 Nov. Market at D'c'-niber at fir, -Flna. S Ucs of caib, at SSSc. Dscetn- toer at OATS -SVrady. tf at <7c Ure-fttoefc. Nor. to <-wat I? at 7i Vt as-J at c J at O 79 34. Kt nlxe4 aa-J U, 50. ci r. aad asawVr aljU-r at Yorkers read, of tbe tbe ire- I O., Nov. Lester Carr, a vory brir'if. and Ing student at Delaware University and. later at the Coll'-gc of Music in Cincia- natt, was adjudg'-d insane here Tuesday. He went daft over Christian saying it was nc uso to work, as would got anything be wanted by prayers. His father a botol at Sooth Charleston, this couniy. Strlrxltfl br an O14 Trick. NEW BBEMF.X. O.. NOT. i Oaus field, of St. John. Mercor boagbt two dollars' worth ol trees of P. McKoan. and obligated himself to- pay the same in four months by a Tbe time is correct, but Mr. HausfJeld signnd a two-hnndred-doDsr which in of E. R. Hiestand Jc Son. of Knttrr LIMA, O., Nov. Mondav tho of Shaw saarroili at soath of here. witb Urrrifc force, fending i. '.n.-osjrb the rtiof. tnolmbJnjr part of 'V- J. land- iaa; it buadr< -A axray. Sev- eral raen wbo were sun line abont knocked dowa. bet nose DM IXMM O.. Nov. 2fi. K. brother of report TTsat trotber lowt ia CMt flarry ia Wall street. He it trae tbat he lost several tkoamad doliarv bat aotbuf jay t-' WTO TBTXCJJIOIC, OU Kor. rick wlU ai Mvaday   

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