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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1890, Salem, Ohio THE SALEM DAILY NEWS. VOL. IL NO. 283. SALEM. OHIO. SATURDAY, NOA7EMBER 29. 1890. TWO CENTS. Annual Kcport of the Postniastei on Amonut of Money Saved Contracts f. >r Carrying the Mails. Favoring Postal Sav- ings Banks and Telegriph and vVASUIXGTON', Xov. annual report of Postmaster General Wana- aiaker for the fiscal year ended June 20, 1S90. was made public last night- In the administrative methods of the de- partment itself, he says, some changes for the better have been made. A new series of smaller stamps, criticized and justly criticized at first, so far as the two-cent stamp was concerned, are now, it is believed, quite acceptable to tho public. Over have been saved on the contract for postal cards; has been saved on tho contract for or more has beer saved on certain Icntinsrs of contracts for carrying the mails, and at the same time the mailroutes have been extended over two million miles of rail- road, steamboat and stage Hues. The anti-lottery legislation has entailed much extra labor upon tho inspector force, Imt on the other hand the temp- tation to thioving among tbe employes of the department has been much di- minished by tbe same means. The past year has been made very disagreeable to "green goods" swindlers. The new figures given illustrate how much the business of the department has grown. The gross revenue is near- ly lareer than it over was be- fore. Almost new post-offices, more than in any one year before, have been established upon the petitions of communities which needed them. The star route mileage has increased over miles and the railroad mileage over eleven million. The railway postal clerks have reduced the number of pieces usually sent to the Dead Letter Office by two million. Ho submits a few illustrations of the enlarged service in the West. In fifteen months miles of mail service were added in the State of Washington alone. Four years ago the servics was not so large by one million miles. In Wyoming in fifteen months have been added about SO.OOO miles of service, and in Idaho in fifteen months about miles. In one form or another, says the Post- master General, the public irnperntivf- ly demands cheaper telegraphy and the Postoffice Department can supply it at less cost than any corporation, unless the latter has rent, light and fuel free and carriers and clerks without pav. This statement is supported by an ex- tended argument on the same lines as the argument made by tho Postmaster General before the committees of Con- gress. The Postmaster General recommends the establishment of postal savings banks in States having no laws regulat- ing savings banks and in other States upon petition of a considerable number of residents of any one locality. The profit from the foreign mail serv- ice during the year was more than The comoensation for trans- porting this mail, paid to lines of steam- ers to Latin-American countries, the Postmaster General says, is inadequate and he recommends the passage of tbe subsidy bill originating in the Senate and now pending in the House. The number of Presidential postmas- ters removed during tho last two years was 710. Of those were removed on inspectors' reports and 360 for "incom- petency and other causes for the good of tho service." Of the latter 219 had served four years or more. At fourth class offices the removals were in 1SSS and in IS'.IO. The not increase in the number of post-officer established during the past fiscal year was in tho preceding year. The total expenditures for the service during tho year was the rov- leaving adeficiency of S5.7S0.300. Compared with the pre- ceding fiscal year there was an increase of S4.170.T.80 in revenue and an increase of in expenditures. ENDED IV A. KIOT. FrUe Fish-. H-tMk, in a Koiv In Whlct i Some Tall Slugging Done. DAYTON, O.. Xov. prize fight between Billy Gibbs, of Kansas City, and Dick Mooro. of St. Paul, yesterday afternoon, ended in a riot. The scene of the fight was au open field three miles from this city. Tho battle was witnessed by 100 sports. But tworoundl were fought and both were lively. In the first Gibbs fouled Moore twice, but the claims of Moore's seconds were ig- nored by the referee in deference to the spectators, many of whom had paid 810 each to witness the fight aud wanted to see sotno slugging. In the socoud round, aftora lively ex- change of blows. Moore Ian-led one that sent Gibbs on his knees. While Gibbs was down Moore stmcK him ajain and this proved to bo a knock-out blow. Cries of "foal" rent tho :ur. Tho crowd broke ovor the ropes aud a general me- lee ensued, in which the seconds and j spectators took a Moore swung his right on one of seconds; pis- tols were drawn, siisii usud and i fist blows freely exc-iancre-d. It would have boen worth referee's life to have announced division, and ho in- formed the crowd tnat ho wuuld render j it in tho His decision was a draw. mm Arrest of a Gang: of Ghost Dan- cers by Indian Police. Eaerjjptie Action of the Authorities lias Cowed the Turbulent Indians.- A C it ASH. Co ;i n Co.. bankers. mxl u. telph'a 13unkeriR, A-t-i'i; itnftnt. Xov. nn assignment yes- terday. Tooy largely intorostod in outsido bchemos, but did considerable bond business with a fair line o' deposits. The firm is thirty-fivo yoar> old. K. Jaraioson lost a great deal of money in tho St. Paul ajid .Minneapolis Mortgage and Trust Company, which was organized last year. A considerable portion of the capital of this company was secured in this City through Jamie- son Co. The company has not pros- pered and it-; pr.ispccU are not flattering-. The firm has re illy been in trouble for several months and has boon trying- to extricate itss'f from th difficulty. Dur- ing the money squeeze in August it came very under, but was helped out and enabled to go on. PKI8OX WALLS SCALED. the A Boom for Stanford. WASHINGTON, Nov. tive Vandever, of California, who is in the city, says the popular sentiment in the extreme west is much in favor of having a representative on the Repub- lican Presidential ticset in the next campaign, and that if the convention turns to the Pacific slope for Presiden- Senator Stanford is foremost in popular estimation as being worthy of the honor. Will Coritrvt the Klectioa. WASIHV.TON. Xov. Rowdon. of district of Vir- ginia, has notiflfJ the House Committee on Ei'-'i.-liorn that, he wiil contest election of John W. Liwson. his Demo- opponent, v> the Fifty-second ConsTfsi. or. th." ground that voters in wore prevented from votinr by dilatory tactics prac- ticed by officers. During of u Convict From Pcnltfitttai-y at Sinij. X. Y., Xov. Brown, alias 1'iiarliiS Hronnan, sent up from New Yor.c City for four years in the State pr's >n here for grand larcony, made his yo.sterday. Brown bad two keys, wbii-h he could not have got wiiiumi collusion some one em- ployed in the prison. lie opened two doors, burrf'i r.hem :tnd scaieJ the walls and jumped into tha river, then swim- ming to a place of safety, where he must have bad. friends with dry clothes. His escape was discovered an hour after his departure, but no trace of him has yet boon discovered. E. R. Douglas, the guard in the yard at the time of the escape, has b-jen suspended. PA KNELL'S MANIFESTO. He Defies Enemiei anil Rnfugtg to Re- Kiifn the Leadership of Party. LONDON, Nov. manifesto which Mr. Parnell promised to issue dealing with all the questions involved in the present political crisis, was made public Friday afternoon. It definitely settles that Mr. Parnoll will not volun- tarily retire from the leadership of tha Irish-Parliamentary party. The mani- festo is of great length and sets forth why, in Parnell's opinion, it would be disastrous to the best interests of the party for him to withdraw at the pres- ent time. Parnoll defies his political opponents and appeals to the people of Ireland to sustain him in the btand ho has taken. Dccideil Airiiint the Knifitits of Aurora. MIXXEATOMS, Minn., Xov. suit, brought by Stala against the of for the appointment of a was decMM I-YMay by Judge Hicks :he Si.iti; in all its charges of fraud, insolvency and un- lawful practices. lie stated that the whole affair had boon born in fraud and continued in the same manner. The order for t of a receiver will be drawn up and signed ne xl Tues- day and then the Knights of Aurora will cease to exi.-jt. A IJunky Kinjc nn Travels, SAX FiiAXrir-ro. Xov. Ad vices by tbe steamer which arrived yesterday from Honolulu, state that King Kalakaua is coming to San Fran- cisco on the cruiser Charleston and will arrive next week. Tiio journey is made solely in tbe interest of his health and will nut extend CaHfornia. C XEW Xnv. Christian K. Ross, th" father of Ross, who went to Boston to look at the boy who was claimed to be tho long-lost child, telegraphs that the McChristie boy is not Charley Koss an-1 that the cxcila- mentmia-ht Iwf-n avoided had he been boforehand. Stoic a .Milli'iti Fov. 29. It is learned that John It. Baker. Jr.. missing stock operator, is a df fauiUT to the cs- j tale of bis grandfather, of which he was of the r.: Orleans for the fjrsi tw-T.t of this iiontb have V-en at :r.e jiTjcc De- for '-if wr" acainst S33.- 552 for IDC days of last year, waea tae loivg-y law was aot in Jorce. i one of the trustees, in the sum of 51.000.- (300. through misappropriation of securi- ties. to Death. YORK. Xov. D. Lop- py, was convicted of murder in the first degree for siliinz bis wife on July 4 last, was yesterday sentenced to tbe death The time set for tbeeg_ n Branch of Faith Xov. -Z'J. An important sec- j tion of the Irish party mefin the House af Commons last and resolved on active steps to combat the influence of Mr. Parne-ii's tbe issaance of which they resent as breach ol faith. iMte the Northwest Show that Extent of the Trouble Been Muck Exaggerate I. CIIAMBKKI.AIN-, S. D., Nov. 29. Sisson, Indiaa Agent at Lower Brule, on Thursday hoard that a ghost dance was in operation at the mouth of Whito river, several miles below the agency, and he sent a force of Indian police to the scene for the purpose of breaking up the dance aud arresting the leaders. The police wore soon on the ground and making a chargesucceeded in capturing five, one. of whom was Chicken Head, who like the others was armed. He at- tempted to resist, but the police wore not to be deterred and Captain Fire Thunder, chief of tijo police, who is a largo, burly Indian, rusiied in on him and, grasping iiiiu around the waist, car- ried him bodily to the jail. It is rumored that another dance is in operation several miles up the river, which is being investigated and if found true it will be promptly br.'ken up and the ringleaders arrested. There is talk among the Indians of going to tho point below White river where tho Rosebud and Pine Uidge Indians have been con- gregating, but they are being closely watched and if they attempt it they will have to walk over one of the finest, most determined and vigilant police forces on the rnservatioi. It is not an- ticipated that those Indians will commit any deeds of violence hero, but if they should get away and join the others they would undoubtedly act with tha majority. The agent and police so far them undor control, however. OMAHA, Neb., Nov. all advices from Pine Ridge Agency are wrong, it bo safuly said that Che war is over. The next rnovu is to mass tho troops at Fort Mead, S. D., then to await devolopm nts of the winter. Liou- of the Ninth cavalry, with Kit) Indians enlisted as scouts, among them Jack Red Cloud, old Red Cloud's son, have gone to camp at Fort Robinson, whore the Indians will ba trained as cavalrymen. CHICAOO, Xov. 29. Miles loft for Washington yesterday afternoon, in response to a request of tho Secretary of War received days since. He had post- poned his departure until the arrival from Pine Ridge of Colonel Luding- ton. of tho quartermaster's department. This official arrived at noon and his n port to tho commander of the ment of the Missouri was to the that the energetic action manifested by the troops has had a most salutatory f- fect on the disloyal redskins. Fie added that tho clangor might be considered as fairly past This report tended to con- firm the dispatches received here by General Miles since Tuesday, as well as to strongly bear out the theory that the extent of the redskin uprising in the Northwest had been more than exag- gerated. As one of the prominent army officials at headquarters put it. "It was more of a correspondents' than an In- dian scare.'" Celebrating- u Cuuiplntlnn. O-, Xov. of the most elaborate banquets ever given in this city was tendered last night to the Wheeling Lako Erie railroad otli- Cials at Mossgrove's Hotel. One hun- dred and fifty guests sat down to an elegant menu. To-day a grand demon- stration will bo held on the occasion of the completion of the Wheeling ,t Lako Erie railroad. There will be a monster industrial parade, followed by tho cere- mony of driving a silvr spike. Tho roj.d is cnmplft.ed between this placo arid Tolf-d.i, and it tho nurposo of tho to 1 it a-; far as Vv'hecl- iug us soon as p Hsiblo. Bill It Wins ,1 Son i Coi.l'Mi'.iA, S. C.. Xov. Stain Board of Canvassers ye-stt-rday decided tho Millfr-F.lliotr C >nirr-Ssional contest in favor of Kiliott, and gave him the certificate. This givr-s South Carolina a solid Democratic delegation in tbo next Congress. Miller, a. colored Re- publican, contested the election, claim- ing a majority, but ballots were thrown out in cortain localities on account of size and color. Elliott went before the Supreme Court and it decided in bis favor. Miller will contest his seat in Congress. LOM.OX, Xov. canvass by tho Irish members who oppose i'arnell's re- tention of office, taken with a view of ascertaining how the poll is liicely to result at Monday's meeting, shows that 5.1 of the party pledged to vote a-ain-t I'arn'-ll. Th" also rely upon four others. adher- ents of Parneil, who have decided to stick to him tbroujrh thick and thin, number23. action of eight mem- bers is doubtful. Than Twt, KEW YOP.K. Xov. Schedules in tbe assignment of the Sraa of John T. vValk- sr. Son Co., importers. Sled [jay. show 'liabilities of of tbe pel !.J the jury retortx CITY. X. J.. NOT. Wbalen, Joseph 0. Malrain. David Gor- don and Martin -I. who wer" last Wednesday convicted of ballot-box sf.if- 5ng. were yesterday sentenced by Judge Lippincott to one year and six months' bard labor in State prison. Tbe prison- ers bad bondsajen present and their counsel will ?et a writ of error for ap- peal as soon as the bonds are signed. the Anarchist, NEWARK. X. J., Nov. Lacy Parsons, the Anarchist charged with in- citing riot in this city a few weekm was yesterday piaotd on trial in Judge Kilaatrick's coart. and afwr ice who made crned a verdict of not I foilty. B. G. Dun Co.'s Weekly Review of Trade Reports No Improve- ment in Business. M In Iron Market mnd the U Advanced the of Some NEW YOKK, Nov. O. Dun a man (or Thirty- ono ballots wore taken in all, tho last Pugh Soay 31. I'.oiler :inil Dynamite Rxptnoion. Lor-KroiiT, X. Y., Xov. 29. A terrific boiler and dynamite explosion took place on tbe trunk sewer in the First ward yesterday. Ed Manning, ono of tbe workmen, was killed and R. Van Cleve, the engineer, was badly injured. Several others had narrow escapos. Parts of the huge engine wero thrown half a mile, one piece tearing its way way into a brick bouse a quarter of a mile- di.stant- By tbe Increasing Stringency ol j the Money Market. FEDEKAL ELKCTIOXS BILL. Congressman of Say. the WI.I lie the Coming Se-xiou of WASHINGTON. Xov. tive Rowell. of Illinois, chairman of the House Committee on and one of the framers of the Federal Elections bill, said in au interview published here that the Elections bill must be and will be passed by the present Congress. "The recent election has said Mr. Rowoll, "that such a law is necessary, not only in the South, but IK the Xorth and West. Things were done in my Slate that would have been illegal under this bill. cYou must remember that the penal clauses of tho bill apply to all parts of tho Union, It is only the supervisory clauses that become active when supervision is asked. Every Chicago district will como undor tho operation of the ponal clauses and so will Morrison's old district Indeed, the bill is a necessity in every section where there is danger of frauds in the elections and especially wboro moiiov is used to buy votes." ASSASSINS JAILED. of Trio of Who Kol.lxMl a Mnti Hint Throw iltm In Front it Train. Si. Ni'V. "t Kecklein., .Tosepri Rv.ip and Herman Miller have been arrostod for the murder of Frod 1'l.ick, whoso remains were found man- gled on the Iron Mountain railroad tracks four weeks a-jo. Thick saM to carry a considerable sum of money. A Mrs. llummerl savs she saw I'lnck with three men just beforo a train passed, and that as tlio train went by the three men away. It is supposed tho men robbed Phirk and then his body in front of tho train. Tho prisoners had some beer chocks in thoir possession which Plack had on his person the night ho was killed. Cp for lAtr. ST. Minn.. Xov. 23. Xicholas Kill, who was first tried for tho murder of Jacob Kohn on September 13. ISHT, and adjudged insane and was br'njsrht from the asylum last summc-r and tried for tbo murder, was fou.n-3 yii'lr by tbe jury farly in tbe day Kelly, in consideration of a recommendation of mercy from tfi'- sentenced Kill to prison for life. Conn.. Xov. W.-Frf-ight train Xo. 604 on tbe New Yoric. Haven Hartford railroad cravied tbe rear of a freight train at yesterday morning. The locomotive of Xo. 604 was smashed and six cars of coal participated in the general wreck, which caugbt Sre, destroying tbe cars. mm PE.TTB. Nor. Throosrbonl ley of tbe Danube yesterday of earthquake WM experienc i i Panic seized upon the inhabitants. -A ;jo (Jed in terror from their boooes. yet j ao BM reported. A Chapter PAKKKKSIIURO, W. Va.. Nov. While a large force of men wero repair- ing a dam on the Muskingum river, Thursday, a temporary trestle gave way, prociDilating twelve mon thirty feet. John Harris was fatally injured. Frank Ramsey his buck broken and Frank Sharkey had both arms broken. The others wnro slightly injured. Ar- thur Vauphan fell from a bridco across the Kanawha, ninety feot high, and ro- coived injuries which cau-.ed his death. to Strlko. BiP.Mixoii.VM. Ala., Xov. tho minors in Alabama, some in num- ber, have boen ordered to strike next Monday. Some of tho men are not pleased at the order, Imt th" say the men will all go out. Some days ago a committee of the Mine Workers' Union asked for an advance in wntres. which the operators refused In praut and orders for a general strike woro is- sued._______________ for HALIFAX, N. S.. Xov. 20. P. Chetwynd, lobster anil commission mer- chant, who recently failed, has been arrested on a charge of forging invoicoa and by means of them passing oil cloths bought in Boston through tho custom house at a rate much below their value. Tho amount involved is said to bo very large. Ball to the amount of was demanded. Kiirht. nn Kxnloslon. ST. JOHNS, X. K, Xov. sawmill at South Kay, which was wrecked by an explosion on Tuesday, took fire Thursday and was burned. Tbe owner will not rebuild. Tbe dead from tho explosion now number eight. Patrick Lynch, Richard Hayes and Frank Gait having succumbed to thoit injuries. John Du gan's recovery if doubtful. _______________ rxnnlont RAT.r.Kiir, X. r., Xov. State Board of Pensions has apportioned S80.- 000 amon? ex-Con federate pensioners in this Stat.e. That amount, under an ael of tho last was Uiis year raised by luxation. The pi-ri'-ioners arc soldiers who were disabled whilo in the service of the and widows of sol- diers killed in such servico. Conintct. for T.tttior. SAN Lymai; Mowry, attorney, whose principal client- age is among Chinese, has arrived from China on tbe steamer Gar-lie. lie wenl to China in tbe interests of the Tohu- an tepee railroad and at Canton con- tracted for K.OOO men to work on the railroad. Thr-y will bo shipped direct to the Hold of labor. l.rtKlrr of Revolt to Trii-d. SAN A.vroNto, Tox., Xov. 20. trial of General Sandoval for vio- lating the States neutrality laws has been set down for December 15. Sandoval headed tho recent at- tempt at n-voU against trie Diaz gov in Mexico. II" was arronted by troops and placed in jail h'-re. _____ ra TKK.N'ION. X. J. Xov. I'.'- Wright, aged died yester- day. HI; for five months on of trouble. four w> SUIT. An Inventor Knforrc PaTuient of u CLKVKI..VXD, Xov. John Knoble and W. M. Johnson, residents ol Wiltnot, 0., arc plaintiff and defendant respectively in a suit Friday in the United States District Court. Knoble says that ho is the inventor of a certain washing uiuctiiuu upon which he ob- tained n, paiont on Septoint.rr 10, 1889. Siuco that, time, the IT viys, John- Sou has manufactured sixty-three wash- ing upon eaeh vi-ich he, Johnson, has oaiivjrt to bo the words 'Talented Souti-mber 10. thereby loading the j.iiMic to believe that ho holds u patent on his machines. Tho law provides that a fine of 3100 shall be uu everv ,r manu- factuiod i t t, ntod, if no patent, u n-siMy hi-'n'i Kiioblo has sr. vl iii.on to enforce of 0, hull of which .sum. ai'eoiV.'.ng to Un.' pn vi-i of tho statute, will UK to tho and the other half to pe i bringing suit I'Juretl Two .Mi.ii In V.iic-jy li'l.- rrn.Hlne Ci.RVKi.AM'. Xov A pony engine backed down upon a buj-gy crushing the Big Four tnie l-'riday aio-ning. throw- ing both of I'M' ii.-idor the wheels and sovuroly injuring thorn. Tho buggy wast iTU-On-l to atoms and tho horse was killod. Tho injured men woro taken to Cluvrity Hospital. They wore Joseph forty-live years, who sustained n compound frac- ture of his le r, tnul .ht'ii'---" Mullen, both of whoso legs were badly crushed. Mr. Mellon's right leg wa- amputated and tho physlciiins expressed some bopo ot saving tho other one. Tlri crossing ia not guarded by u gate the injuroii men say they had no of tho ap- proach of tho locomutivii. Akron iin-l liln .11 AKIIO.V, O., Xov. Joiui Lavery, oontractor, wliwio [ivopi-ny ami domes- tic truub'c-. b in tho courts the p.i-u three is miss- ing. His wifu and his hnitiier, James, have made an allidiivit to that offectand the court appointed .i .IIIDS rcceivor of Ibu absent tur.n's property, which runs Into tho Tilrs. Augustus wlioso ance with Lavory c.ui.snd much of the lattor's homo trouble, ;s also missing. Mrs. Wing-ortnr hud :i suit for pending, but withdrew it, the other day. Nobody knows the whereabouts of these absent people. lit n VAN Xov. At ton o'clock Thursday night, while at a dunce, ilam 1'rooit was shut and instantly killed and Olivr Ramsey sii >t in the facu by William Stewart (all 1'rooit was selling tickets at the window for the danco and Stewart cutne tip outsido. A few words were ex-.-.hnngod when Stewart fired with a SU-callbor revolver. Kairwey trierl to prevent shooting, when Stfwurt turne'l anl fliwl at 1'rooit camn here from Defiance spring. ___ ___ _____ __ An Iron Krlifhtful lleitth. YouxosTow.v, O., Xov. 'M. Whilra Michael I Jog. in. a hooker-upat the mills of Andrews Bros. A- Co., was attempting to put a piece of iron through the rolls yesterday morning ho slipped and was ;arrk'd into boxes, his body whirled around seven teen liinr-.-j bcforo ihc engine could be slopped. Hist right irm was torn off, rib1: crustied and bis crushfd. fie died in a min- ui.os. lln-fan twonty years old and frlvli In Ci.xf r 11. Nov. Irish en- voys held a secret conference Friday afternoon. It. is improbable that they will announce 'lie re-i'i't of thoir dolib- until they are li.-tfr informo! In regard to Mr. vjov.-s Thi it distinctly understood that all statements ;n to thoir views on tho present posii.ion of :.a" Irish party ire entirely un'mtiiomcd. Iji-jrNl.'ttor tn llnr'l Cnt.i-Mi'.rh. Xov. 'i'.i.-Flon. Andrew Jackson, Republican Ueprosentative in tho from County, is vory JanireroiiHly iil at his homo in Cedar- villf. His illness is of a most peculiar nature. He was recently attacked by a boil, and these multipliod until ho Is a veritable Jolj. now afflicted by twenty-four r-ruj K.ititl Acridnnt. r- Xov. Annie Garner, a yo-inc la-ly living at Kbo- this -.vith a fatal ac- :idcnt whil" b-icr'_'v ridincr. horse becam'! frigJii'-nr-d. rnn a war and threw berouton a lar-_rO pil" of stone which lay on the side, of tho road, resulting in very serious internal injuries. She can not rrcov'T.____ Acainvt ,r Xov. fjncstion of prohibition in LafayU" township, this Bounty, has been upon. hun- dred anrl twenty-two were polled, of which ITS were against selling and 44 in favor. An Xov. officers of tbe sqiia-'ron Executive Man-ii'T. and were received by the I'rosMont an.i nis Cabi- net. The Admiral to the President a gold nearly a as a token of friend- ship. Thf inc.-ial is handsomely de- signod. bearing i.-n one t-lie Brazil- ian coat of a-n-is and 01 other insignia of tbe >u tea. Si 91 i! ;