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   Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1890, Salem, Ohio                               THE SAI.EM DAILY NEWS. II. NO. 281. SALEM. OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27. 1890. TWO CENTS. WILL YET THE EAUT1I. Smith, the Outoati or Harder, Will Probably be svtvod from the Gal- Chronicle of Kecent Events In liuckeyedom. BEEMBLIX INVESTIGATION. Governor Cxinpbell Testifia n u'.aoi 1'asscreeX. Tho Indians w-.' surir anl defiant la. manner. One of t.U- n siU he Ual -u tho timo when I to boat our. fpo brains of children and drink woman's blood, anl t'.iit tho f.'in AM-> oo'uirr: when they would do it In tho j last few d'ays t-hillip; h.is hal twoiity cattle killed bv the "Three half-breeds from White river I the boarl. Sidney Dillon, -ilroady a di- i rector, was elected I About twentv reporters i crathored in tho corrido-s ouf-id the Union Pacific olnVe-s in the Equitable building yesterday and sent in a reou-.'st to Mr. Uoalil. Llo au- swcrod of shook hands w'.th al! the in ani hurried bade to the desk lately occupied by President Adams. When asked tbe significance o: the ly as indicating here." APPKUSB'i WADE HAMPTON SHOT. South Ssuiit -r by nis While Out HlllltiilC. I COLUMBIA, S. C., Nov. 27. telegram received here last night states that Son- ator Wade Hampton, while out gunning I on his favorite bunting grounds in Washington County, MisMssiopi, was accidentally shot by bis son, MeDuffle Hampton. The sort iirod towards his father and wound.'! him in the _ f XJilO I ULAC3 OL1UU "3 U. 1IV i. U1' LI 1 "3 GVO 1J.IS a bad state o, j inJHries. bow6VPr. are not believed to be i serious, and it >s not thought likely SUHOS.VL. i that he will lo-.o hn The ac- cident ir, ths sain) looalitv where Senator a few years ago lost one of his stopped at Phi.lips' houss Monday night i ch.lnKes }n the Union Pacific directory, and said they to find the set- I fae 3aid that ho not kno.tV that thpy tloment destroyed when thoy got home. tad any matorial sisal Seance. Ho had Phillips siyi -veryhjly who has boon j boyn tbo Union Pacific in among tho In'ii-.ns length of tim i that there Gould Said to be Keachtos Oat for Control f Caul Kallroadb NEW YOKX, Nov. persons who believe that Mr. Gould's plans for reformation of corporate practices are comprehensive to include tbe Atlantic seaboard, are satisfied that he will direct his attention iu time to the anthracite coal producing railroads. His interest in Delaware, Western is well known and it has been common gossip that he has had a feud with the capitalists who control the Philadelphia Reading railroad, foi reasons not conuecteu with the coal trade. Mr. Gould has denied emphatically that ho is responsible for the reports that have been circulated of his hostility to Postmaster General Wanamakor, who is a prominent member of the syndicate supporting tho Reading property. But tbe action of tho Reading iu relation to coal mining furnishes an opportunity for him to exorcise his persuasive pow- Tho journals report tho coal businobs to be in a state of dullness, with ofi-oal accumulating at tide- water and interior points. Uy some coal Kion tbe ilo.uling is charged with mining operations which will result in a coal oiitiuuk its quota, as in- formal'y t-gri-i'd upon b-jtwoen the dif- ferent companies. Tho production Is said to bo in of the demand, and f c Reading is chargsd with pressing its worn with au blfeec unfavorable to actual Overwhelming Sentiment la Fa- vor of His Retirement From tlie of the Irish Na- tionalists iu Parliament. and hid returned to his without exoop'io.i, says that there is going to be an uprising, and that very quickly. Tha at Sliort Bull's headquarters at 1'asi croek has running for a montii .ml Phillips thinks it is a point of for all tin bands. Ho aro a thousand armod now. The Indians say they will not up Sbort Tlnll an'1 xv'tll of bribery impressed me vary s-riou.s- one Q{ th_ ghot A Government 1 His Arrrsted for St-lllntr Liquor. CisciXN'Aii, Nov. startling developments have come to iiorht in con- nection with tbe arrost of Jo-siah Burd- sal, nephew of Appraiser Bardsul, for illegally selling packages of liquor. It is known beyond a doubt that the ap- praiser himself was directly connected with the illegal transaction, and that the nephew was acting as agent for his uncle in disposing of tho liquor. Young Burdsal made a confession under oath implicating his undo. In addition to this, several business men will testify that Burdsal offered to sell them sample jugs containing whisky. It seems from recent developments the appraiser planned the whole thing and used his nephew as a tooL Burlsal arrested yesterday and is now in tho custody of the United States marshal Trotter Sold fnr S2U.OOO. YOITXGSTOWS. O., Nov. 27. Allie the well-known trotting stal- lion, wwned by Stanhope Bros., of Kins- man, O., has been sold to C. McCann, of LeTcington, Ky., He was sired by Red Wiiices. datn Al lie West, and began his trotting career the past season, securing aTOcord on the track at Cleveland, which was considered four seconds slow, of The Stanhopo Bros, purchased him two years ago for intending to use him for stud purposes only, and not believing then that he would show any great trotting qualities. ____________ Groivenor May Hot a ATHENS. U.. >7ov. Gros- venor, being asked if he had knowledge of the probability of bis anpoiatment as a member of tbe Inter-State Commerce Commission, replied that, unsolicited by himself, Speaker Reed, Major McKinley and 165 numbers of Congress, to- gether with Senator Sherman, had joined in asking the President for his appointment to such position upon tbe occurrence of vacancy, and that his friends had reason for that the President -would comply snob request. ________________ 27. i-'t-of. LI. Will Hare to Dttforff CLETKLAXD, Jfov. 27. Solders' jury on Wednesday rendered verdict for tbe plaintiff? in the suit of Doming A Co. against James Robertsoa for tbe fall amount sued for. namely. The pULctifis are floor merchants of Oberlin. and bad in their employ as Cleveland a young man named Stinjpson. The latter gambled away the firm's money the amount above stated in tbe gambling rooms, and sjit was brouzbt to enforce restii-jiioa of njoney lost. Corn Tairf nith Shot. C. U- NOV. Taylor, lifd of bavinjr bis com han't on ai aizbt with a 3 rr.-- a ns :a a wacon. tad whiie one '-a.- ia of Sliing a --ora. vnc hire-.i man Sred. IS" r awa-. and i; is be-   much as to sav "an T'idiin with bad heart and ara you go icg to do ab ;ul Indians wuo were formerly and Irie.ndly and wouia are now surly-looking, dumb as oysters and carry their be.ts full of cartridges and an excellent Winchester over their All or good Indiana, they olaiTn ha-ve gone into the agencies, which is considered a sure pointer tbat trouble is at hand, and know it The seat of war is Short Bull's camp, wbicb is located sooth of "White river in the Pine Eidge Agency, few miles froKi the of creek. Here they are lodges, containing tA least thai many men, bo- sides women and children. Short following ars of ugly, wilder claas, who have tbe firmest sort of faith in the new Messiah craze. Tbe seriOES foatnre of this situation tbat an order has pone on t to tbe army officers to capture tJie leaders of Messiah craze. Tbe army is now mas- sing in the southern portion of tbe wrath reservation, and tbe of Short Boll swear tbat if any attempt is made to capture bin there wili be bloodshed forthwith, and Pbiliips and VTaJdron are they mean wbtt tbey fay. Tbe res-Jit is tbat thr; in Nowlin, Jaciscn and Z: batch conn ties, to tee aorta. wSil be left unprotected and long before troops caa be got iato tbat section the Indians will scatter in sroaii sqaads and burn and siltage ani massacre settlers drive off tbeir is if tbey follow op former customs. Tbis U tbe new obase of tbe Indian as it has taken its babyhood old love. Asked if it was his purpose to consol- idate all the roads wast of the Missis- sippi river, he said, "Yes, so far as traffic operations go." Ho believed in concentrating the mi.iagoment and saving of a large exponso. The roads were now losing money by very low rates. Without advancing ratos ma- terially they should at luast be stiffened. "Have you boon gunning for Wana- "I nover owned a gun in iny life. I have been all over this country with Mr. Course In to Matter for Him thv of All In LOSDOX, Nov. 27. Is is impossible to exaggerate the political excitement now prevailing in consequence of the Par- nell Such a crisis has never been witnessed in English politics be- foro, except o-i the of tho over- throw of a party by a vote hi tho tlouse of Commons or at the wills. In fact, the fate of both the p.irty and of home rule is recousiized as depending upon tbo ouci-osw- of the present imbroglio The clubs and the House lobbies are flilod with groups of all It t-> but t; 'u-.i.a i.f tM J -vl, .r1 iv .V >v- h vs tjis to nothing more than a jack-knife in my pockot" __ KYIiNES ON THE TKAIL. NBW Fnruous I-Zn Uunt the Churlwy R-iiw. NEW YORK, Nov. 27. Inspector Byrnes yesterday about tbe alleged finding of Charley Ross that three or four months ago his attention was called to the case and he endeavored to eet some information rolatiye to it, but those interested kopt all sources of in- formation closed, tu'csumably to obtain tho reward offorod by the boy's father. snid the inspector, "a per- son brought to rrj9 who told sub- stantially tho samystory." The inspec- tor then began a tiio-ough investigation of the case and adtulued that at the present time one of men is in Bos- ton trying to unravel tho mystery there, it being alleged that the boy is now in prison there. A AM MOTH STKUCTUKE. for tin.- liuildloK Groat KrtflKH to Cuuiivul York ami NKW YORK, Nov. 27.-Tho coinmis- sionors of toe New York audNow.lersoy Bridge Company held an nnthusiastic moetinR Tuebday, and the presence of Colonel F. K. liain, manager of tho Elevated railroad system, was thought to indicate a business relationship be- tween the bridge and the Manhattan company. Colonol Ham spoke in glow- ing terms of tbe big bridge, and added that, it would bo connected with every railroad in New York and a continuous lino from Boston and Montreal 10 west- ern points ho did not think improbable. It is estimated that the bridge can bo built in thirty months, and depots, ap- proaches and all witi.iu thrco years. Tho work will boim in March next Tho cost of this structure will be S50.000.000. There will bo eight tracks on the bridge. It will, ol course, be a boxes and tbe floor. Awarded Nor. Oscar Friedman was a verdict for damages tbe Wabash Westers railroad la Jadire McConaell's court yesterdaj. Friedman was peramneatly inicred wreck on tbe line tliie. Mo., two JWM Attcmpt to Wreck Train. MILWAUKKK, Wis., Nov. 27. at- tempt to wreck a passenger train on the Wisconsin Central road was made early Wednesday morning noar Stevens Point. Passenger train No. 3. northbound, ran off an open switch, ditching tho engine and baggage car and injuring tho engi- neer and fireman. Examination proved that the switch had boon tampered with. The real object ia not known, but was probably robbery, in the event of a gen- wal smash up. Tlirnmhefl tho Editor. SALEM, Mass., Nov. W. Gil- bert, a former scout with ''Buffalo Bill." and a well-known citizen, ycsterdav thrashed C. Cochran, editor of the Call, on tbe street for publi.-ning an article refl'-eting on an enterprise with which Gilbert is connected. Toe latter surrendered- himself to tiio police and was released on his own r'-cognizance. Startling: Hf-vebulmn 1'rotnlKfd. Nov. 27. reported robbery Tuesday night of William Clarke, of Shoboygan, of Sl'J.ODO. takes on an entire new phase and rumors are rife to the effect that no highwaymen held him cp. but tbat the money has mysteriously disappeared as a part of a singular plan. Tbe -police department promises startling revelations soon. Work of a Canuck CralMr. OTTAWA, Out., The flshariei protection cotter Cruiser has working this season in Georgian Reports were received by tbe Marine Department tbat a (Treat deal of illegal flsbing was feeing done by American nth- ing boats tbe cruiser was dispatched to suppress rt Sbe succeeded in seizing suspension bridge, and its elevation in the center will bo fout abovo tide- water. All lines of roiiroad terminating in Jersey City uud ciuuo will run thoir ciiis" directly uvor tho bridge and into the heart of the city. Kcvitll QUEUEC, Nov. entire Roman Catholic diocese, of liimouski is in opon revolt against its episcopal head. Bishop Langovin. Tho bishop, who is an ex- tremely bitter political partisan, has been engaged in wreaking vongoance upon tho priests' whoso people voted for the Promier, whoje politica ibe bishop heartily detests. The laity, as well as tbe clergy, are in revolt against the bishop, who will doubtless be called upon to resign, as those with whom he is now at war are all-powerful with Car- dinal Taschereau, as well as the Vatican. debaters .-.bsorbing MI' j 'U iiuiy be U-'.u" raised him trymon's itioi. "grand old :nan" eur in so st a letter, m.iv wr- for over nir'in roacait'r I'remier- ship, but wbicb places hiw in front" rrink of t'no-' vvl o r.it b right than to be Times and one or two other papers whie.h havn alwavs shown malig- nity toward Mr. aro only ones which vmiUirn to tho meed of praise for hi, coiidnT. on tills sion. and th'nr carpiuT v are drowned by tho ixco'.aiti ition-) which come up from all o-vrt-i o. the country, and in which tnon :if all parties join iiliko- As Mr. itlujsiov enterod the llouse yesterday ho w is by ft sudden whirlwind of applause that seemed to startle hini w'th its unusual vigor. It oamu from pirty benches, tbo Conservativns join'.i r t Liberals In paying tribute to th.i -nnn who hadso signally demonstrated thit no consider- ations of personal o- p iriy oxigenoy could shako him fruta '..o of his dutv. The eonlvnit botwe -n position oc- c.npied by Mr. thab in which Mr I'.irnoll no iisds is a very iminfill one. If is just to that Mr. Parnall :H not hiinsolf wholly responsible f'ir !i last mishap to bin nccoptanuo of a re-election Lo Iho Ionler-oinof thn Irish party at a moment .ti'ii had already l.is ucsiro for his rctivemcnt; thus rna-sn.' P.t noil's a.c- tion sooni to place, hiii D'.rHon.illty ttbovo Oho interost of his cou'Hry. Justin Mo Carthy baa not su.x-oi-a-id to the sa'is- factiou of his u-.iU.Mgii-s in explaining why ho did not show -'arnnll the M'H'k'.v Iflttei- Imforn thn oprifi'-.i1? of Tuesday's Nationalist meeting. Itsoems evident, that bo did not make tho Irish load-r fully aware of tho nature of Mr. Gladstone's uo-n-iirniuation. Thp.t Parnell has met with a blow Tuesday is apparent to The postponement of H nai action In tae past few days. M FT. RECOVERY. 0., Nor. traap tailor named Tom Caranangb, while at- tempting to a ride on a passenger traia on tbe Lake Erie A Western rail- road at Cold water, a -rilUge east of this place, Ml from tto rear ooack and hUsiCBlL It has bia raviojr MMiac maail ratwuiMd kit novnet. i Iiiv LONDON, Nov. Advices from St Petersburg fatate tbat the Czar has or- dered an investigation of tho stories re- garding the kiimeraH, or apartments where men and women aro temporarily imprisoned at Tomsk, Siberia. It is said that the condition of affairs in tho kameras is horrible: that the women prisoners many of thorn of respectable training, am at tho mercy of tho guards and also of other prisoners who bribe tbo guards for admission to tbe female kameraa _ gard to the Gladstone until M. in- day, by yesterday's mrscfng of itos, reveals tha existence of dissension in thoir ranks, but rill tho Irish mnm- bors who are willing to talk declaro 1'arnell roust and will rotiro. Tho de- lay is attributed by noinc tf) a dusire to hear from thn envoys in America before taking final acUoa. but this is hardly more than a nrUter of courtesy to the absent lenders. World's CHICAGO, Nov. meeting of tbe National Comroiwon o< tbe World's Fair tbe report of Seance committee, fixing tbe salary tbe secretary of tbe lady managers at vtr annum. and tr.' commission adjourned. Tbe tog win take place in April. f tbe FataHv toy Pa.. Nor. 27.-At Grcea Ridge, nigbt. FordL va in qoarreUed with wife and Sniiiy straek Ford's tberecpoa a and 4J5- Xrw Vors. Nov. Bircbali, charged its contents accoapaarM by ber sister. Mrs. week. inShrUsg a fatal woani. Joaea, reacbed New York on Tawsdaj for EngUnd. YORK. Nor. the Windsor Hotel of tbe comiaon coi-V r.-.- appointed a reosiv.r for pror-Tiy WCBt la wiage Jo Use White SUt were at seeded in result of a verdict for j room of tbe Majestic, wbicb Bailed toined by a CassWy for ta Wednesday mornlnj. Bonk's paper. AvtlRDmBrit. GUTHIUK, 0. T. Nov. The sheriff, who is now in charge of the Commercial bank, has been busily engaged in taking an inventory of tho assets. Creditors are taking stops to break the assign- ment, claiming that it w'as a bogus one, made for the purpose of covering up the fraud wbich has undoubtedly been por- petrated. According to the sheriffs ad- mission, tho cash in the vaults will not exceed Torlcn Jubilant. LOSTWN. Nov'. Tbe Tory papers jubilant over the dilemma in which tbe Irish party is placed by Mr. Glad- stone's throwing over of Mr. ParnelL They publish column after column of comment upon the situation, wbich they declare will certainly involve hopelww raptnre of tbe Liberal and Nationalist relations. Tbe outcome of tbo Glad- stone tetter is anxiously by tbe Liberal __ Made oiiK, Nov. S.-cond Vice t Thomas of tbe Erie, says that an agreement has with the coaipany made no im- he 
                            

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