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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1890, Salem, Ohio BAILY NEWS. VOL. II. NO. 299. SALEM. OHIO. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 18. 1890. TWO CENTS. INDIAN Knmors of a Figftt In WWcli Fifty Soldiers AY ere Killed. Attacks by Hostiles in the Bad Lands Feared Unless They are Disarmed. General Miles Orders (he to Cap- tare fie of -Ittlnjf Bull's Baud After the Fight. CoL, Dec, special dis- I GONE TO TUB Failure of the Chicasro Hanklus tl S. A. Kean Jc CotcAoo, Dec. 3. A. Kean A Co. bank, founded in I860, and known for many years throughout the countrj as the Preston, Kean Co. Hank, with branches in New York and Boston, an- nounced its suspension after business hours Mr. Kean, who is the only surviving member of tbe con- cern, sent a ht.itomont to the press that the bank would not opan its doors this morning and stating that it would be impossible for him at tbe present time to mako any statement regarding its as- other than that he Plan of Relief for Stringency. Monetary A Financial Measure Emanating from Republican Senators Will be Bushed Through Congress. Debate on the Elections Bill Con- tinued by the Senate. The Apportionment Bill by the House After Considerable Discussion. ges an ;Si or patch from Daly s Ranch to the Repub- feU confldent all u, would be lican announces that Major Tapper's Sixth cavalry has had a conflict with the Sioux Indians and that fifty of his command have been killed. Two lieu- tenants were also killed. Two com- panies of troops regiment not stated. in full. Other Chicago bankers, some of whom are intimately acquain- ted with the affairs of Kean's bank, saj the failure will be a very bad one, so far as its limited number of creditors are concerned and that it is hardly pos- have been hemmed in by the hostiles 8iblg that it wlll realize much of any- near the Grass basin and the Indians are receiving reinforcements. It is said that Major Tapper's command has thing. The creditors are confined chiefly to small depositors and investors who thrown up entrenchments and antici- tQolr with fvoan Co. for s are nw Business, handlinT bonls of many small cities Mr. it is said, pates another attack. Troops are now investment b i-U in which en route to his assistance. the b-xnk did a considorabln brokerage CHICAGO, Dec. Late last night the following dispatch from General Miles, dated ftapid City, S. D., sixp m.. na3 boen spactil-.tiiT on was received by Assistant Adjutant Ms own accoutll Un 1 got in much deeper General Corbin at army headquarters, j than his justified. The recent Although telegraphing at a late hour. aPp-ceiation in almost every character General Miles makes no allusion to the alleged fight and slaughter of fifty men, concerning which a report came from Rapid City Tuesday nisht. "My information was Tollable and positive of his (Sitting Bull's) emis- saries and runners going to different tribes and exciting them to hostility. The order of his arrest was not given any too soon, as he was about to leave the reservation with one hundred fight- ing men. The effect has been disheart- ening to many others. I have directed the troops to ride down and capture or destroy the few that escaped after bis death. General Brooke has more than lodges, or Indians, under his control at Pine Ridge, but there are still lodges, or over 200 flsfhting men, in the Bad Lands that are very defiant and hostile vet" This "was the only dispatch received at headquarters from the troubled re- gion during the day or evening. BAJPIDCITY. 8. D., Doc. A deci- sive move will be made on the hostile Indians scattered throughout the Bad Lands, probably on Friday. General Mi'69 is here, r.ud has placed himself in communication with the troops at all the different posts. It is learned that orders have been sent to the forces at Pine Ridge, Forts Yates, Meade and Robinson to prepare for a move on the defiant redskins. Conriors have been sent from the posts tc all the advanced detachments of troops, so Unit a simul- taneous advance may be made. The In- dians are scattered throughout the Bad Lands, but it is said are concentrating, .and as they a e now almost surrounded by troops, it is thought the war, if there is one. will be of short duration. PINK RIDOE AGENCY, S. D, Dec, Two Strike and Ms followers, 150 lodges, reached the agency yesterday morning. The troops are still waiting under arms for orders to march. PIKRKE, S. D., Dec. Buffalo Man, who lives on Bad river and who came in Wednesday, says the Bad river Indians are Rlad Sitting Bull is dead. He says a messenger from Sitting Bull's band will at once visit the hostiles in the Bad Lands and that when told of the chieftain's death tbey will kill every white man they can see. The Government, he declares, must disarm the hostiles at once or serious trouble will ensue. CHETE.VXK. Wyo., Dec. Sev- enteenth infantry left for the front yes- terday, taking the train on thirty min- utes' notice. There are seven companies commanded by Colonel Offley, an Indian fighter of thirty years' experience. Most of the officers and men have been in the field before- Tbey expect to be gone thirty days.______- OH Well j Injured. Frsor-AY, O-. Dec. 13.- The Ohio Oil Company's drillers, who have been put- ting down a well near Carey, yesterday unexpectedly drilled into tbe Trenton rock, the gas and oil rushing forth with terrific farce, flooding the derrick and saturating the drillers. The gas ignited from the boiler, covering the men with oil and fearfully and fatally burning one or tw.o before thov could get out of the burning derrick. "The head driller. man named Wolff. not expected to lire and his assistant is fatally burned. The derrick and every thing connected with the well was speedily burned down and the column of oil and gas continues to burn as it comes from the well. Boisiv, Idaho. Dec. bouses of the Idaho Legislature met in joint session Wednesday and proceeded to ballot for t'nitod States Senator. Two ballots were taken and no election bar- ing beon mad" an adjournment was taken until to-day. Tho vote was as Fir-t IT. Shoup 9. McConneii C'acrT. Stephf-n-wn (Dem.) 7. Mavhew I 3. Mhoup 13. McCpnneil 15, Claggeti S, Mayaew Hco raid on tho residence of Mrs. Eilon Sponco. The old woman has .1 young daughter who is quite attractive and plump of form. While tho mother is a degraded crea- ture. the dauiibtar has steadfastly re- fused to associate with men. The un- natural parent, however, seemingly de- termined th-.xt her own flash aucl blood should lead tho same kind of life thai she was leading, had made overy effort possible to have her step aside from path of rectitude. Cvun tho rough and di'sioati'd :uec that frcquonuul the bouse too mucb honor to accede to tho old tV'iid's v.-ishes and ruin tho daughter, but she at las) found two brutoR who -vore willing U the girl down. Sumlsiy affmoor they took che uirl. whi> i-- but twelve years old, out to ihe O. N. W. bridge and after stupofy ing bor with liquor ac- complished their purpose. The child tlieu returned to hei mother, langhea ov r tho success of tho trip. Tho uion witb the girl until Monday, when tho obtained information which led to Tuesday nijrht. respectable por lion of the communiiy ia up iu arms and il noods but a word to c.iuso a lynohlng. ONK OP A MaiiHlleld NATUKK'-S is GrluluallJ Fine Block CHICAGO. Dec. new Rurton block, a six-story building at the corner of Van Buren and Clinton streets, was with the exception of narrow sections on the north and west ends, completely destroyed by fire last night Tbe flre started in tbe kitchen of the Phoenix bakery and lunch room, which occupied portions of tbe first floor and basornunt. The entire loss will not fall much short of S100.000, divided among J- A E. Nor- ton, Rosentbal Co., White River Shoe Company. Illinois Laundry and O'Doho- hue's bindery. Workmen Bnrned by Exploding HARTFORD, Conn., Dec. a gas explosion in tbe japanninjj rootn of the Weed Sewing Machine Company yester- day Charles Anderson, Thomas Kennedy and William Barton were badly burned. from Kansas City. Tho deeper of the j Kennedy quite severely, but ail will re- I ntk rtlltininfT TT V passenger train and freight was l.a-lly engine of tbe Eighteen Kille'l. trrinTn acTi- dcnt occurred Weflnc-'daT at tho Es- co'.liT- Hornu. province of Hainauit. A shift of m-n had entered cace and ise online was j started to lower thorn ?.ii- wirni-ir rope i connecting car" broke and the rr.-n v> the bot'om of th" Evorv of tbe occupants of 'he oasre killed- Ot The building was only slightly damaged. Railroad Hotel and Bnrnert. CAIKO. TIT.. Dec. The new hotel and office of the Illinois Ontral rail- road at Mound Junction, recently COTD- pietftd and but a days, wre totally Loss abont SI0.000. The'fire said to have originated ia the kitchen of the TVornt w in ftv Dwx src having the heaviest snowfall in rubier tvejcht ot Wires are down all ovr-r fwociti'-i. Va.. Dec. of j Three were killed ana several the tv.e Kcanoke nia- I men bidly injured by contact chine works in bcarr i electric lirbt wires. Denart- of snow tnaa Safety has ordered ail of tbe aijb: force was and eiebt electric street cars to stoo ranniar for seriously u> the j the ureseut Taere has a tremen- building and zaac'aiaery aa- insared. ______________ Senator German's LAUREL. Md.. Dec. Gor- man's residence was baraed to tbe grronad early Wednesday moraine. The Senator's wife and daughter aad other ianiates of :be house escaped ia their sight clothes- The Senator was aot fconm at Low ious snowfall ia tbe Allegheny Moua- tainn. Mo., Doc. At midnight jarr found John Henry Orriclc gain? of tin tnordcr of Hiratn at Hiii. Mo., on July 18, Jn-igts Ornck to lw hanged Friday he "had been treated and many threats of retaliation were made. Close exam- ination by the surgeon in attendance shows that his sight is not impaired. CORK, Dec. priests and prominent citizens attended the Mc- Carthy meetingTiere Wednesday. Reso- lutions wore adopted approving the call for a transfer of the shares in United Ireland to Mr. McCarthy. Mr. Sexton declared that' Mr. O'Brien was return- ing with a broken heart Parnell would be satisfied with nothing but abject sub- mission to his dictation. As the mem- bers were leaving the mooting a crowd oi Parnellltes hooted them and attemp- ted to attack them, but the police inter- fered and maintained order. KILKENNY. Deo. Tanner. Deasoy, Kenny and Davitt spoke yes- terday at a meeting in Freshford. Day- itt described the fight at Ballinakill on Tuesday and declared that Parnell caused it by bringing his vehicle too near tho Healyite meeting. Tanner de- clared that the Parnellites bad spit in the faces of the priests who were in the rival crowd, Sawtrlle Jurymen on a Tour. GREAT FALLS. N. H.. Dec. jury in tbe Sawtelle murder case started from Dover for Rochester yesterday and will Tiow tbe scenes of the tragedy in Rochester, East Rochester and Lebanon. They were accompanied by tbe deputy sheriffs of the county and attorneys Given and Edgerly, who alone will have communication with them. Isaac Saw- tolle, the prisoner, went with them and will be taken to all points in ffevr Hampshire which the jury but be will not bo allowed to pass into Maine, which is beyond the jurisdiction of the sheriff._______________ Church anrf Valuable Painting Dentrored. NEW YORK, Dec. church, (Protestant situated at Fifth avenue and Tbitty-fiftb street, was burned last evening-. The church has not been in use for religious services since last spring and for the last month an immense religious painting has been on exhibition in the basement The building, which was value! at SiOO.009, was co an pi etc I y gutted, nothing but the four walls remaining. Tbo on exhibition was called "A New Ideal Head of and was at 550.- 500. The toial loss is 5i.-tO.000. Half Million Flo-xU. VKTOUH. B. C.. Cow icban district of Vancouver Island is be- ing devastated by disastrous floods. There was a phenomenal rain for SOTM days, accompanied by snow, which rap- idly meited, oa top of all was a sioudborst. Tbe whole country is under water. The Esquimau A. Naaimo rail- way for two is covered with two of Houses, barns, aad thing1 movable in the track oi the flood have beea washed away. Tbe damage now uj> fully Ofltetel From ST. PATT.. Doc. Itoard of Canvassers tbe .Stab and Conrressloaal returns. The plu- rality of Govaraer Merriam is 3. tbe resalt, as heretofore publisbod, ic tbe Congressional divtrfcts is aachaaged. quintals of codtish, is a total loss. Tho schooners Corsair and Rushlight are also wrecked. The schooner Erne- line sank in Old Man's Bay and the Sailor's Home at Miquclon Cape, the lat- ter boat's crew being drowned. Thir- teen other schooners ran ashore, but were towed off again. Twrlvti Hundred Miner! nn Strike. CITEYKNNE, Dec. 18. Twelve hundred miners and laborers at the Rock Springs mines of tho Union Pacific rail- way company are on strike and tbo mines are closnd. The company gave notice Saturday that it proposed paying the day -workmen by. the hour. A mass meeting of the men was held Tuesday and a strike resolved upon. It is be- lieved that tho company intended fore- stalling tho effect of an eight-hour law likely to be passed by tbe present Legis- lature.______________ Crnohnil In More Wayn Tlian One. PoKTLANn, Ore., Dec. II. Ken- nedy, who for some time has bocn act- ing passenger agent for tho Chicago, Burlington Quincy road, in this city, left Portland Wednesday night, under very peculiar circumstances. He had issued a number of fraudulnnt chocks and received tho money thereon. He left with a woman of doubtful rep- utation and leaves a wife and two chil- dren.______________ Took to the RoaU and Were NEW VOKK, Doc. steam barge City of Utica, from Now York with for Westport, Conn sunk on Long Island Sound on Friday night of last week. Tbo captain, his wife ami men took to the boats and were picked op by a passing schooner which carried Colortm Turnlue Wlilte. MANSFIELP, 0., Dec. Flora Davis is a young colored lady 'twpnty years of About c-t'ghteon months ft'go a slight discoloration of ekiri 'was noticed around" her eyes. Sinc the club bouse has been clov-d, and a num- hands of a rect Ivor and tho property will ber of Polos have been d.rharjed probably b" soM to with complicity in the plot Another Victim of Keroieat. NF.W YOHK. Doc- 11 Mrs. Sarah Corroick was fatally burned by the ox- plosion of 2 lamp in her apart- ments zl No 121: First at an early hour morning. Sho wan taken to the hospital in a dying j condition. Her put out the fire. ____ Brained ao Axe- Ky.. Doc. 17. Frank Vincent, a well known rough character of this city, killed a man named Agent at Haddock, for.r from this city, Tuesday.. He knocked Agent down with a rock and then brained him with an axe. Tbe origin of the tronble is un- known. ______________ CoM TOather In Doc. weather is re- ported from various oarts of Northern Germany. All the streams are frozen over. Floating ice fills tbe Rhine and its tributaries and the pontoon been removed. oT a I.T. Doc. IS.-The trial f tno suit brought in t'p Surrcrnc f. .-t at Brooklyn by fi f fath'Tof thf fo' old boy P'rank Ehrman. to recover VK> damage's f-om the Brooklyn fi- road Cofnpaiv for tho of has er.'i d in a verdict for t -V. f'r r'jc Ore., Doc. News ha.- been receive 1 horethainjarlcs of hank at M array V.Vi- Idaho, has made an for the benefit of his creditors. It is lievM tho arc snffi.iicni to the The s to the lack of funds to meet tho heavy NORWAT.K, Dec. The fn-A of attempted briery of in the Gann robtery resulted in the indictment Fisher, a well-known character, eounts. reveals bold more to Aefeat jvstkk ;