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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1890, Salem, Ohio THE DAILY NEWS. VOL. IL NO. 302. SALEM. OHIO. MONDAY, DECEMBER 22. 1890. TWO CENTS. SUCCl'si PAST ENDED. After Forty-five of Abstinence FrmM Food, the Italian Fiutohes HU So If-Im- posed Tusk. NEW YOKK, Dec. Suo- Added to the Hanks of the Ghost ci's fast of forty-five days terminated Dancers. of the Fort Berthold Reser- vation Become Affected With the Messiah Craze. Force of flostllcs in the Bar! mated at Over Reds la Indian Territory are Quiet. BISMARCK. N. D., Dec. The In- dians on the Fort Berthold reservation, unable to any longer stand aside and gee their brethren have all the fun to themselves, have at last become affected with the Messiah craze and are indulging in jfhost dacces with the same vim that characterized other demonstrations. The Bertbolds have been the most ocderlj Indians on the American conti- nent. A private letter received states that some fears are entertained from these hitherto peaceful Indians. They are under the tutelage of several Sioux from Standing- Rock, who deserted dur- ing the annual visit of the Ufirtholds to that agency a month aeo. They are be- ginning to act very strangely. and AEre.it Murphy, desiring to be on the safe side, has asked for troops. If any serious results should occur from these Indians, who are composed of the Gros Ventres, Arickarees and Mandans, he would notify all the white people oa tne reservation to leave. The Indians do not intend to break from the reservation, but will attempt to hold it against intrusioi by the whites. They want the reservation all to themselves, with no wnite men in their midst to molest them. There is a band of Mandan Indians under too leadership of the celebrated chief Crow- located on the Little Mis- souri, wuich has never yet yielded obe- dience to the Government. The Man- dans hold themselves aloof from any intercourse and do not draw subsistence from the Government. More fear is felt from the last named Indians than from those at the reservation who have so long been tho white man's friends. PINE RUDQK AOENCY, S. D., Dec. 22. The efforts to secure 400 Indians to go out and persuade the bad reds to come in peaceably to the agency was a fail- ure. Only 114 volunteered. Araon? the enemy under Kickinr Hear, Sitting Bull's death has caused groat excite- ment. Colonel Day and his scouting party drove in the hostile pickets Sat- urday and had a view of one camp in the Bad Lands. Day estimates the force of the enemy at over Tha Sitting Bull fugitives have reached the Cheyenne river. Generals Miles and Carr will begin the war this week. The cowboys along the Cheyenne and the militia claim to have killed so far twenty-four Indians. OKLAHOMA CITY, O. T.. Dec. There is no truth in the report that Kickapoos are in a ghost dance in the Indian Territory. There are only 300 Kickapoos all told, and they are on their reservation, engaged in their usual peaceful pursuits. Ghost dancing by other tribes is almost en- tirely stopped and no alarm is felt. Railroad I'.Tned. CHICAGO. Dec. Last evening the watchman discovered fire starting in the paint and repair shops of the Illinois Central railroad at the corner of Twen- ty-fifth street and South Park avenue. There were sixteon passenger coaches in the time shops, twelve in the paint and four in the repair shop and every one of them was destroyed. The loss on rolling stock alone was at least 000. The burned buildings and machin- ery in them wore worth more Two hundred painters, carpenters and car builders will be out of employment until new shops can bo built. Shot Down at II in Own Door. HiOoixsvrLtK, Mo., Dec. John Gamble, a prominent citizen living one mile north of here, was called out of bis house Friday night and shot to death. A stranger knocked at the door and in- quired for Mr. Gamble. The victim went to the door and the assassin made some inquiries of him. Gamble stepped outside, and as he did so tho man drew a revolver and fired twice. Gamble fell dead and the murderer made his escape. Threw Front
own throat Sat- urday uight Owing to the isolation of the spot, the tragody was unknown un- til Sunda'y morning. Ho and his wife have been some time with their daughter and son-in-law, and Sat- urday the young couple came to the city to do some shopping. They returned at midnight and retired without going to tho bedroo n of the old people, thinking that they were sound asleep. When Mrs. Nelson went to awaken her parents yesterday morning she saw her father's face aad breast covered with blood. Christiansen was still alive. She attempted to awaken Mrs. Christan- sen, only to find her dead. Her face was discolored and the red marks on her throat indicated that she had been strangled. A razor was on the floor. Christiansen, when asked if bo had killed his wife, answered affirmatively, and by a motion of his indicated the way he had committed the double crime. There seems to be no motive for the crime. law publica- Dec- A tenement ia tne Strand by fire last night aad a father aad his thren chil- dren perished in the Sanies Many of the other occupants narrowly escaped similar fate. lai'a? tion of lotwy An- thony's rceliroinary hearing will occur titne week- r.ear far 7i.B. fri-l. Pec. Lincoln Gossett. who grAadparer.ts a tbisritr. was on Saturfay five rear l in the Jeffer- Convicted and Sentenced. PARTS. Dec. 22. Argument before the court trying the case of Michael Eyraud and GabrieUe Bompard, accused of hav- ing murdered Toussaiut Gouffe, was concluded Saturday. The jury rendered a verdict of guilty against both defend- ants, and the court sentenced Eyraud to death by the guillotine and Gabrielle IJorapard to twenty years' imprisonment with bard labor. Going to Baninew. MEMPHIS. Tenn., Dec. At a meet- ing held here Saturday by the creditors of Thomas IL Allen 12, February at W 20. j Wcswrn creamery fancy at I Wcst.-rn flat at j Western fresh alSCo. CHICAGO. Dec. December at January at We. December nt We, January at r.l "ic. December it 41 January at II '40. Decfluitwr 17 January at 19.95. i Dcierrbor at SS. January at 75. Decem'i'.T at 31.71. January at 90. TOI.F.DO. Der Dull ami lower. Cash at Vt'tC. December at Dull C .sh and December c.t jZc. ct Cash at Live-Stock. CHICAGO. 20 Ste t-'j. Oood to fancy native at SIMO-IS f.i'r '.n float feeders t2. 1093.39, Tewai and Indians at 12 Higher. Fair to rtotcc O3 15. mitctJ grades at lisr.it fair It Goo3 to at BCTTALO. Dee. SHKKP ASD Choice to eitra at choice to extra H Kher and ttrwer. Mcdma.% heavy EAST LrBKTrrr all through Market firm. IS Mft 180, mixed at f5.W33.50, Yorker' at light Yorkers a: Tbas far all treatment. well uader IK.7td3.I5, fair to food iigM at i at at OL4 i.m
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