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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 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 n a P.ath Tub. DAYTON, 0., Dec. Win- ters, an ex-banker of this city, and well known in financial circles throughout the country, died suddenly at his home. this city. Saturday night Ilis pro- longed in the hath room alarmed a member of tho family, who, on enter- ing the room, discovered the doad body of the banker lying in the bath tub. Physicians were hastily summoned, but life bad been extinct for some time, death beinc doe to heart disease. A Killing Indorsed by Jarora, Miss.. Dec. 22. Some time ago H. R. Foster, an attorney of this place, killed G R. another attorney, of a difficulty over wiff', investigating the casf ff-and jury has to re- turn ar. ir.'lictmoTit arainst, the ground that he "acted the part of a sen- sible and s-anf ir.aa. who vindicated the law and a-n'-d in with Ihe of honorable, brave, true aad virtuous Acrnwl "f TintafSne Tjur. Lr. Kas.. Dr. master (ieorr0 F. Ritcbey has sworn out a warrant for arrest of Dr. Arstbonj, editor and j owner of the Times, on cnarein? biai rio- Oplaloni Differ to the Outcome, bat the are la of the of the McCarthy I LOXDOX. Deo. Harrinjf- ton hastened, on his arrival at Queens- town Saturday, to communicate with Mr. Parnell, and the latter is said to be much encouraged by the information which Mr. Harrington has brought from America. Sunday the two parties were busy electioneering. The priests, both those of the Oasory diocese and others from various parts of Ireland, spent the time outside of religious services in pressing thoir views on the people, and urging tho election of Sir John Hen- nessy. Allusions, more or less direct, were made from the pulpits to the pend- ing contest Parnoll expressed himself as confident of victory. Much appre- hension is felt for tho effect that defeat might havo upon his followers. Parnell was in much better form than on the previous day and evidently determined uot to disgrace the close of the campaign by any abusive language. He addressed the people on their leav- ing church and made use of language more persuasive and dignified than at any previous gathering during the struggle, fife reminded them of his many years' service and appealed to their sense of gratitude not to set '.the seal of condemnation on his life-long work for Ireland. The people listefted patiently, though the priests protested against Mr. Parnell turning Sunday Into a day of political strife and argument, and urged their flocks to go home. There was very little demonstration and all seemed desirous of putting on their best behavior. The very absence of rows is, however, considered unfavorable to Par- nell, as showing that the McCarthyltes are gaining sufficient hold to be able to restore discipline, and indications point to Hennessy's election. The most intense interest is felt in London as to the result The Liberals believe that the priests have for Parnell and that he stands no chance. On the other hand, betting inon are will- ing to back Parnell at much lower odda than a week ago, but are not ready to bet even. This will undoubtedly bo an exciting day both in London and Kil- kenny. While the official result will not be known until Tuesday, is thought that a fair idea of the result can be obtained to-night. The polls will be open until eight p. m. HEGIKA OF CONGRESSMEN. Leg'alatlve and Jouroinent Catll Alter the Holidays Will be Taken. WASHINGTON, Dec. the ap- proach of the holiday season, Senators and Representatives are beginning to leave Washington to spend Christmas at their homes, or to visit neighboring towns, and as a consequence there will be many empty seats in both branches of Congress. It is hardly probable that there will be a quorum in either house during the week, and as a matter of ne- cessity tho programme will be simpli- fied. The last Senator on Vice Presi- dent Morton's list of speakers on the Elections bill will probably have fin- ished his address by Wednesday, and on that day the Senate will probably take a recess over Christmas until the Mon- day following. No other business ex- cept tha Elections bill will be before the Secate. The absence of a quorum in the House will prevent action on any measure. Mr. Mills' resolution providing for a recess from December 22 until after New Year's has been considered by the Ways and Means Committee and action on it will be taken to-day. The consent of the Senate will be necessary in order to make the resolution effective. The probability is that the House will ad- journ to-day, until the day before or the day after Christmas, wb'-n another ad- journment will bo taken until the fol- lowing Monday. BOUNTY ON SIM A Tariff Expert Says It is No4 Good Policy And That Feature the McKmley Law Will Have to be Repealed. ol LATEST NEWS ITEMS. Trainmen Robbed by Masked Oesperadoem OLXEY, 111., Dec. daring rob- bery took place on the northbound Peoria, Decatur A Evansville railroad freight train which passed up at Sunday morning. At the water tank, a mile south of this city, the train was cut in two and the engine moved ahead to take water. While the caboose was standing still two men, both masked, entered it and firing two revolver shots over the heads of Conductor Hampton and his brakeman, compelled thorn to throw up their hands, while one of the robbers robbed them of SCO and thoir watches. _______________ Passengers Injured by an BATTLE CREEK, Mich., Dec. heater in a first class coach of the Chi- cago Grand Trunk westbound passen- ger train passing through this city Sat- urday exploded, filling the car with live coals and gas. The coals fell over the passengers, badly burning several, and setting fire to the seats and woodwork. The windows were broken out to get air, and two men who jumped through them were severely cut Kx-BanU Arrested. YOKK, Dec. 22. Nathaniel Niles, ex-president of the Tradesmen's Na- tional liank, was arrested Saturday in a suit of Eliza Parrett, the "French to recover of which she claims he defrauded her. She says that between May. 1886. and October. 1889, he converted to his own use en- trusted to him and worth of per- sonal property. Niles gave bail and was released. ORIENTAL. JUSTICE. The of Fourteen Chinese Offi- Suffer Death for Their SAN PKANCISCO, Dec. from China report the execution of the sentences on the villagers, near Shang- hai, who were concerned in the murder of fourteen salt inspectors. Last March these salt inspectors made a raid on a village. They word uniform and the villagers mistook them for pirates and attacked and overpowered them. When the villagers discovered that they had attacked government officers they be- came frightened at the sovere punish- ment they would receive tor it and de- cided to kill the inspectors, The men were carried to thoir boats and despite their etrexties wore burned, together with their craft The chief criminal suicided before the day of his execution arrived. Pour others were strangled and four exiled with heavy finos. GltEAT STUIKJ2 PKOBA.BLE. If thu Detnaruta of Switchmen for a Uul- VTjttre Not Grunted, 8eri- UK Trouble Will FMi-w. CHICAGO, Dec. managers are alarmed at tho possibility of a seri- ous strike among Western switchmen. The Western roads were to havo given an answer'Saturday to tho demands of the switchmen that all men wherever employed be paid according to the Chi- cago scale. At the request of railroad managers the roads were given until Tuesday to consider. The switchmen say that an answer must then be forth- coming. There are strong indications if the demand is refused there will be a general strike of all switchmen be- tween Chicago and the Rocky Moun- tains. The demand is supported by the union, and Frank Sweeney, chief of tho switchmen's largest organization, is in full sympathy with the men. Shot bj a Ten-Year-Old Roy. BUFFALO, N. Y., Dec. six-year- old son of Mr. Burrett, of 81 Myrtle avenue, was playing in front of the house Saturday afternoon when a boy of about ten years passed along and said: "Do you want me to shoot The boy immediately fired a revolver at thfi little fellow, the ball passing through the nose and lodging under tho eye. The bullet was extracted. Noth- ing as yet can be determined as to his ultimate recovery. The boy who did tae shooting has not been arrested. Work. Dec. Senate, Saturday, after passing a number of pri- vate pension bills, took up the Federal loereatrd Government foi SAW Etc., Will Rendei It Neceesary That the JTreieot Duty Continued. WASHINGTON. Dec. 29. Henry A. Brown, of Massachusetts, the noted sugar tariff export, has been in Wash- ington for several days conferring with leading officials and members of Con- gress about the great out in tho duty on sugar, to go into effect next April under the new tariff law. and its effects on the revenues of the country. Mr. Brown In- sists that the loss of revenue from mak- ing sugar almost duty free, together with the bounty to be paid to sugar pro- ducers in this country, will amount to a year. He is of the opinion that it will bo found advisable and that it will be the duty of Congress to re- store fully throo-fourlhs of the present or old duty on sugar and discontinue or repeal the bounty feature of tho new law. He has no doubt ihat the rapid in- crease in production of sugar in this country will very sion che.ipon perma- nently tho price of that article to Amer- ican consumers an I that a sustained duty on sua-ar would be a powerful fac- tor in treating wit sugar producing countries "for reciprocity. Mr. Brown his opinion auil views on this mat- ter are shared by leading Republicans In and out of Congress, conversant with the subject, who ure not unmindful of the demands nro liicoly to bo made upon the troasary to moot the largely Increased Government expenditures for pensions, the now navy, etc., in the aear future. More money will havo to be raised sorn'ihowtoinooUhisnicreused expenditure and it nood not bo looked for, he savs, from cmtoms rovenues, in view of the reduction of tarilf taxes on many articles and tho ox tended free list found in the MclCinloy bill. IN BCD. A" Olil Man HU and Then Own With a Itazor. CHICAOO, DJ-S Henry Christian- sen, residing ai 7100 Draxol Boulevard, Grand Crossing, choked his aged wife to death and then cut hi-> 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 otl (colored) on Wash Mountain, HAS boen sentenced to seven years and t'.irea months in the penitentiary. The Washington ao.coinmodatton train on tho Burliugi.on Cedar Hap ids ail- way was derailed si.? miles east of Spirit LaKo, la IVIP ui jor nitrbt Of the six passengers in thu car four were in- jured, none seriously. Fire tho otuor destroyed the stable of Edwacil Sim- cm-in at St. Louis. Five horaos we IT A man named McDermott, who was in the stublo at the time, i.-. uisoi.itf aud prob- ably burned to death. An Austrian war A ill sail from Trieste this wcoic in .-.oiirun of the miss- ing Archduke John, known as Captain John" Oi-in, W'ULHU vessol has not been heard from siucu sailing from, a South American port hovoral months' ago. The two Now York base lull clubs, have boon consolidated. The final pa- pnrs wore signed John aad J. W. Spnlding at tho letter's office oa the 20th. The Players' League men hud al- ready signed. This settles the base ball war in New York. A terrible accident occurred recoiftiy- in a mine at Sasnoiorce, France. A number of minors wore leaving work, when the rope attached to the lift precipitating tho man to the bottom oL" the shaft, a distance of-lot) feet. Twenty men were killed outright and others sustained serious injuries. The movement of Sootch railroad em- ployes is now hopeless of success. It received somo encouragement from a number of stockholders who beliov-aii that thoir property could be profitably managed with shorter hours and better pay for tho mon. Those stockholders- have, however, boon bought out by the directors, so that now there is uuanim- ity of opposition to tho men's demands, THE MARKETS. Flonr, Grain and TrovMon. NEW YOKK. Doc. at 4 cent. Exchange close cl steady. Po-H'-d rated uctunl rates 48U'i for sixty days and for deusund. Government bonds stciidy. Currency 5s 109; 49. e .laimry at V> 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 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 ;