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   Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - June 16, 1892, Winnipeg, Manitoba                                MANITOBA JUNE NO 296 TO SUBLtlVlDED INTO SITUATIO3S SITUATIONS semen ta on this pagt in the Morning vrill appear in riiin nud ITree Press Krtra TIO WIT El STOREHOUSE eanie Eizt in on Notre D ms street opposite the cud of Albert Apply to Car riuhers 453 Main OftAJXG FARMING NH desires to rent farms to approvtd Apply by tJ care llac Tupper PROPERTIES FOR TTOUSS FOB 04 FBAKOI3 ill seven in thsiough unusually arply on the ON COLOXY FOR J Also a EOad corner Hudson Re Palmer 430 Main TO COMFORTABLE brick 378 Central with all boated with hrtair rsnt 035 per Kelly ft 20S Portage AviDiie j TTOUSES FOE SALE A FiCWGOOD DWELLING bouses in a desirable neighborhood ou easy terms of Apply to 435 Main HOUSES TO UEXTISlUEm TE OCCUPA tion to two hoinev nn McMillan Fort near the per Apply to corner and McDerruott over drutr ny TVords Kich word SO mO LETIS SIXROOM I ed hrube with houee ajd J or the whole for sale with fourteen acres of laid river lot possfiesnn terms icasjn Apply to K2 George o advertisement charged to account lor less than mO BE TVQ SToUY SIT L uitciUvrr Rouge has din iiijj tvo four bed looms ind room up stairs wood stable and other necessary out Apply rn Monday to 377 Main TO JixJO AXD Cheap to sood AUo two new 7 rooms heated The circulation of the PUKES Rives it at least by hot air and other Joseph four times the value of any other diily j Portage avenue east and river Tele s an advertising phone SITU ATI ONH O SERVANT BY 10 Lome TO ON GROUND AND second of the Iliibiudeau Thistle street freight elevator and steam for dry boots and shoes warehouse cr sample rooms remainder of the I Imildinp to bioccupied by Apply to 178 TX VV GOOD PLAIN APPLY 1SS Market KEL1ABLK APPLY 73 rnHE nEATJTIFUL RESIDENCE AT ARM J strongp at present occupied by TV on afncnnt of HI health in Donald before II a 7 i Winni hotel to x PP peg for a ollered for rent and the contents for ai a The premises are undoubt edlv thi fme5t in thc arid te of the vcry best Apjly to Pros CLEAN GIRL TO ATTEND j shop and wait on Apply 2GO Alexander j j W A GOOD COOK TO as housrletper foftwocr three CO HORSE BOILER IN stood Apply at Frje Press WANTED GKKERAL also smart youiitf girl aa J ippy 374 Xotre Daine I STRONG INDUSTRIOUS BOY I VV to run Giniion Mast htd Eome I Appy to Free Press job j brook WHICH Appy to U AT THB 2G2 Garty a fiw rhoice rsad and saddle ps for sale reasonable BOAT FO for rowii four FOR EQUIPPED or roomy and cteady Apply Free W 7ANTEDA F none FNFIAL 1 T0li TJPUIGI1T PIANO WALNUT GOOD ppli Jor family as WouM tate nart of three Address Box Free Press MATRON FOR WO iniBs to take charge tf the Laundry apply after to 149 Jiaies j TTAY FOR UNDRRSIGNED I JLJL yet a Urpe qti of pood hay fcr Order HAS DRY GOODS A YOUNG man of fuiir cr five years One Trho Fpeaks French Preston Sc Main BOOKKEEP W to tep single entry set of for and du State salary Addiess Box Fret Press oSlce TYPEWRITER AND STEKO V V Oay those hiving Vad office ex perience State experience and rtfer cuces to BIN BCTCHEK EXPERIENCED ycuuff principally for sliLp State for car lots filled Poplar DRIVING HORSE FOR SALE YOUNG AND pood traveller and harness or would for building1 ion in Apply Free Press CITY OF WILL PURCHASE 120 leet on Kosser Box a commissioner in Banco Part nerships estates CHOICE IMPROVED FARMS IN BRANDON county from 87 to per Unimproved farms in every Over SOU city lota prices from I have the most desirable Roteet avenue properties In he city on my Martin real estate and AMIOTA WANT A CUSTO mer for ol firstclass land G miles from Prices per C Crotty Main and Telephone CARMAN AND ROLAND SALE NJ 1 first claaa centre of gocd forty acres hay water in ravine all the vcar per Hammond 3S1 Main Street QOA ACRE FARM FOR 115 ACRES under cultivation and small house and plenty of water for stock fine property i one half mile tram station easy Apply to Box FOR SALE AT A IF BOUGHT THIS a splendid improvedfarm on Tobacco Creek a J section near section near Address Peter 277 Oanat FOR 19 AND WEST HALF 215Ci About half mile from Lindor on Excellent land in the celebrated Scuris dis per Terms Address tfOUSK EIGHT ROOMS WELL j on Ro3 street only 5200 cah 10 in H Glincs real estate 121 Main STABLING FOR FIFTY besides other buildings well and hose eight city lota en Taree thousand dol lars easy Must sell this WITH REGARD TO THE QUEBEC REPTILE FUNDS FOR SALECENTRAL MAIN STREET PilOP nearly opposite the cisy teventysix feet also lota andhouacaia various parts of the Improved iarma and wild lands in desirable Apply to 451 Main FOR FEW DESIRABLE IMPROVED farms for in ATorria and Winnipeg Prices and terras ol repayment made very For full apply to 551 Main F FOR SALEFOURYEAR OLD MARE HAST single or Cheap for if taken Patereons Palace Livery Smith street IRD3FOR ALSO YOUNG each fine youni par res and talking or any sincinp bird you re Apply to H City B1 CATTLE FOR IIEAD INCLUDING ptiliirree fresh caUed heifers and Also three two and outfit wel suited for stock Kesr Address hex Frfe cxvcrieucs and sihiry References re n Tr Kh inStant B9X A FlCe I F centrally located doirg a firstclass trade pood reason for Box 1 Free Pres OB HOUSE ON Stella street only half block from Main Terms Also vacant tenement on Hallet street with or without Apply to Turnbull T ANDS FOR SALEIN THE BEST GRAIN AND i J ftock districts of Manitoba and the improved and wild lands maps and lists giving prices and description In writiop mention district Hammond S81 Main IF CHEAPNESS IS WHAT YOU HERE it 240 ceres of hay aad crazing laud for four mil a from in Southern Torrens Terms Open for few days Anply once to real ilclutjve Sir John Thompson Says the Govern meat Will not SInke any menl Until after llie Enquiry by the Juno tihe House today Sir Richard Jarbwright saked the quealionB of vrhicj be had given notice as to whether tho Government are of tha publications in tba Globa of fnosimilea of certain orders sad receipts relative to the elections in Que bec coaatitnenciea ia Sir John Tbompaoa to each question an ewered as lollovis members of the Government who read the Gobe newspaper sra aware of thia To a further o5 qaestiona as to whist tho G jvetnmcnii intended to do about tha Sir John Thompson replied followa Tho publijatioa of tho statements and documents quoted in the preceding rsferricp ao they do to alleged to have been made in the year 1887 in elec tioBS for whtiee term expired in waa evidently made in purcuance of vrbich were preferred in ths House by che houorabla member for West j nnd whicb were interpreted by that gentle man ond two or threa oSher members this I in oppooition to the ES charges thai bho had diverted railway subsidies from tha pur poaa for which they were granted by receiving for election purposes large sums uf mauey oui of such subsidies and ouS p mon ei s raised ou the crodiii of ench oabaidies and HO as ia a of the House passed on tho 4th of Thin Hoaee on that day resolved that it was expedient thai inquiry should be mode as to the truth or falsity of the allegations and and that tho evidence to the Bsrae should be rukea by commissioners under the etututeB which provide for such itnairies than the ba laid TMPROVED RIVES LOT FOR INXEB J and outer two lot Francois 12 chains containing 201 acres CO acres fenced and under cultivation log macbine Crop goes wiih the Hammond i 8S1 Main WASTED AT 50 50 to per dav 50 men for to per dav 15 to woik in brick to S35 per and Applv at 550A Main Wilson s Cr Employment WASTEDYOUTHS FOR MALE AND female Rtone boyB for diningrroom kitchen pfneral two youup as Yoinicr lady wants a as Allons Einpoyment Main HORSES FOR THE 24TH the undersigned purpose keeping a number o geldinffs and mares at Maple lor salo durin the in lots to suit Cheap fc Enquire at the Maple Cree Livprv JL ERS AFTER THE SUMMER Principa fcr the Pilot Monnd Inter mediate sell holding firstcliisa professionil cer tificate alpo Udv with second or thirdclass profes sional which should sate experienceand salary required enclose tes be received u till July by Cbairraaa School Pilot WAXTEDLIVE AGENTS FOR THE GREAT worlrts fair b Columbus by Clatk Harris or to King an Stelis AND CORNER OAKRY AND ELLICE opposite Grace 71 HEADS STREETTWO PLEASANT US furbished let also board and bee room for respectable mWO GENTLEMEN CAN SECURE FfRSTCLAS I board and with home at 21 Notre correr DONALDSON BLOCK EOO1S3 FUKNISHED Inclndln by week or month 343 Ifain Pnrtaee Send at ence far particulars to the Dominion Pub lishing SITU BY WIDOW WIDDLEAGED A Eiinution as chamherrnaid or any place of trust Address Bex Free Press SITUATION GOOD GENERfL of oince r nd experience in friam and Good Address Free cakes and pa A YOUNG MAN HAVING SEVERAL YEAKS i experience wants urnish Apply Box fres Press IJ1WO MEN FROM ENGLAND SEEK 1 employment as farm thoroughly ac oastomed to all farm Address acd Press s ITUATION WANTED BY A YOUNG MAN AS baker good on Strictli temperate d steady hand can come at any ess box U free Piess A RESPECTABLE YOUNG LADY OP GOOD experience a situation as housekeeper fcrtroor three No objection to child Box Free Press STRONG AND OF GOOD i wants to find employment any kind jiouldret to the Address Free Press TO SMALL IMPROVED I faimnsar town and Apply Box w Press TilADE A TKS HORSE POWER Tubhr for a five Free Press to Apply to WASTEDBY A LADY A COMFORTABLE room in the vicinity of Clarendon with t Appy BIX 3 Free Pres THE WIXNIPEG STEAM CAR pet Cleauins 2TG Rupert all the and lirt7 carpets in Winninre to iat in all large cities no chemicals wtoiniare the carpets satisfaction irDarantetd modrate carpets relaid and x Telepnone TTTRKISH T EE CLARN30N HOTESL THUKISH only or 7 or 35 OR Tiv our ordinary it is fiomethinc 3 and only Ladies Turk and ordinarr batha La gs hair shampooed with diatilled onlv Gentemene until Fancy Front Doors in large variety flee our adjuaiaale Screen Ti est MEETS THORS day evening ia Foresters corner Main am Alexander Every nrmber is requested ti Vjsittoe bretbirn always Reffula meeting first and third Thursday in each W BUfilNlSSS STUDY TYPE corres pooder Ss cure a prcctical business oducs tion at the Winnipeg Busineao Dsy ana eveuln clneses typewriters three experienced teacners Wrife or for Principal CIS BUSINESS MILLINERY BUSINESS FOR GOUD goinc concern all Btock splendid opportunely for riiht party only one in Illness cause of Address Box GENTLEMAN OWNING ABOUT 12CO ACRES near deires to cooperate witb a partv who can provide sufficient number cf cattle to form a cattle ranche letter to care Tupper Winnipeg DEUINGTON STANDARD TYPfiOTirTER AND trpvvritfr supplies of all William S9 Tclephona FOR TQE AT LOWEST GO TO Eojces for anything in the The finest assorted stock ever carried in Shmv James FOR COO ACRES three milei from ths city wall fenced plenty of water man on place to look after the ply 451 Jexima TTGLUW HAVE RK moved to 446 Main opposite the Post Ortice All the latt periodicils kept in newspapers and An early rail solirHed TOILET MISS KcClBES ALMOND CREAM REMOVES all kinds of cr blemishes rom the the completion permanent v rertorite the of youth without the Ihrlitest injnrv to the You will never Prepared only by Jliss Ludits Hairdreosinp 413 Mam HOLIDAYS STUDENTS mav enter at any time for in short stantly i v e nd tvpewriuns daj and evening classes con in thorruih mstructi n by a prac tical rWrter twelve years caE Western Shorthard 32 Write or 4 Main PKR ACRE FOR SECTION TQWN 111 9 wiles from Brandon City fled 4 from on the Jreat Northwrs wAy 40 acres stubble beinff plowed for ext i500 in money balance to suit Have other bargains on my Martin Heal FOB EI3HT BOOMED HOUSE eorner of Balmoral and QuAppelle with all modern Hot and cold S500 i monthly Good chance to procure a first nlaes residence in nne of the best locations in the Address Win F1 JOR FEW MODERATE SIZKD bouses and A email cash payment accep and on the instalment Some nice hOnea for nea of small means for sale on essy on Lojran and Henry several brick veneered houses in a good locality can make terms to sut 167 Main A DESIRABLE INVESTMENT PROPOSALS will be recsived up to July 1st next by ths Brit ish Columbia Tanning company for the purchase or lease of their annpry and boot and shoe factory steam modern machinery aod appliances nearly in excellent running order commodious extensive local demand in Nanaimo and vicinity magnificent opportunity to a practical Apply to BARGAINS IN REAL SOUTH A solid brick house with Btone fi 9 rocms and hath hot and cold electric light and al Jmodern well situated in the Reserve with large piece of Will be sold at a great below actual cost good reasons for selling house not long built and ont of the most desirable properties in the city easy terms and low interest also a 60 lot in the reserve close to Portage for and a large building suit able for a bnarctinj house cheap for north end bar gains see Grundy real estate Main and Portage TO LEND ON IMPROVED CITY lyJL property at current interest Apply to London Ontario Investment 3f4 Main W General MONEY TO LEND ON MORTGAGE ON CITY or Richards bar Molntyre 410 Main baiog made by acd evidence when phould before this Twoeminent jai been seltcted to ba such commissioner and appointment has beeu approved b the Hour a withcua any dissent being expresse as tu their fiteeso or Auip povjers are being conSeriod onthecommisaion era and when their labors are conclude the of such labota will bfi laid befor the House action as may seem pwpe under the The Governmen UD nol to tk the Houa to interfer with that invettiRotion or to tubjtitute for a method of inveafiigitioa which would ba te complete and lea nor do the pfoposo in tha raaratime to expresa any opii ion on the questions which that inquiry wi iuvolve or un the faota which are to be prove or disproved before the In auEKer to Sir Richards question whsthe the Government bad called tbe attention to theno John Thompson said the Government hs had such cotamunicivion and had Cenc eiei auch advica to his excellency as they C3n eidered their duty n quired cf Sir John Thompson movedthat when Ih Houia adjourned today it stands adjourne unrtl Friday This waa agreed tf The House wenS into committee on the re distribution The proposed change in Ontario were first taken np and Sir John Thompson withdrew tho clauses relating t Prescotb nnd transferring th township of Olaieace from the latter to thi Mills moved an eubsbitui ing for the whole of thn OE an at present a new schema divid ing them up on ccmnty and city lines wit siazla cpcstUuftuciea in every The bill respecting land grants to volnc teers who served ia the Northwest rebellion was read n second limo and will bs furJhe cjnstdered ou Sir John Thompson gave noSice thai he wi move that a writ be leaned for an election in Sjguenny and Ohicoutlmi recently rendered vacans by tha decision of the courts IN THE A batch o correspondence relating to standard tiimo laid on the of the senate Is shows thai Sanford IfJem icg has been very persistent in his efforts to pursuade tun government and railways to adopt the Italian or 24 hours Major Cameron proved himself a formidable opponent to ths Premier Abbott today withdrew the bil respecting tbe internal economy of the SESSIONAL Tomorrow Oorpus Christd is statutory fihe new member for FronSen wss by John Thompson and Bowell this evening and took his Major General haa issued an ex amination paper containiap six questions to be answered by officers attending militio in fantry Not more than two questions are to be put to any officers present at in and the same questions are not to be asked Officers absent from inspection will be afforded un oppartunity of answarinK the questions if they have attended annual drill and their absence is satisfactorily accounted THE MACLAREJV1 Tits Mills and Timber Limits of tho lnmljer KiDg Sold to Edwards June timber firm of Edwards haa puiobased all tba pro perty owned by tba late MacLiren at New including saw ncr several piling the riibi of water power of tha and everything else pertaining to that property with immediate In addition tj this Edwards has purchased the whole of ths Madmen timber limits of the Ducnoines and compris ing nearly 300 square The prico paid haa cob ALIEN LABOR Suit Against tho Northern Pacific for Engaging Aaent Sherlock tii Win nipeg to Work at June complaint was filed in ths United States C3nr5 today in an aobion i7hioh involves thfi alien contract tba Itited Slalca bein tha plaintiff and the tforthern Pacifio railroad company tha dn Thn ollfgatioua ara that ia 5Isy the Qefendaut emplojed Sherlock aa relief agent in and that at tiimo he VM an alien nnd a citizan cJ Can ads iihak on tho 1st of Jane the defendant madj a ojnbjacij Sherloci to emcloy him a station agent at nnd far liehed him and enconragcd jira to mierate to the TJcited Sbatea by ths promise of dafiaito end certain employment payment for the same that the H with Sherlock by the defendan company rnder a policy of promoiio Receraily adopted by ths defendftn to Btich their praploytes aa shall merit th same by faithful Tha plaintii demands the penalty provided i stsch beicg SABBATH OBSERYANCE NELSON TEACHER OF his vacancies for For apply Box T STEAM AND HOT t water Estimates None but br besfc vorkmen Telephone 99 Main street MISS 331 CEXIEAL toria i Hall HOTEL BILLIARD otlcee ol MarrlageB and FEFZY CENTS on tbe 25th Alexander aped uncle Of Chief Justice on the 13th Edzir youngest child of Daniel and Elizi beth sged 17 Boniface on the inst John Veterinary Eur of thij acred 41 The funeral will take pUce from hia late 70 Garry on Friday morning at rt be members Branches 2 and 103 of the WIMANS REQUEST The Toronto Board of Trade Refuses to Appoint Him OB the Delegation to the Commerce June Wiman written to the Toronto board of trade offer ing his services as one of the boards represen tatives the ohoznber of commerce congress in The af ber considering the communi cation declined the request of The ground cf the refusal is in no reppesi personal to Wiman because he would not pledge himeelf to avoid prefer ential trade batsveen Greai Britain and her colonies to the exclusion of all other which Wimao siid might posaibly be the most disastrous thing that could happen to The having adopted this would nob appoint a delegate who would presume to disoaos and he Wiman haa no credentials from hia native Eeqalmaax for trie Worlds Vincent and of are hern and have chartfred the 95 to go to the most northerly part of Li brador to secure a village of Esquimaux fcr the worlds The schooner ia being fijied for the expedition and will sail about the end cf next aierclera Creditors Premlfr Mercieta creditors met this morning but adjourned to enable the fallen statesman to make some offer of The estate is likely to turn oat better Shan the assets being and the liabilities Tbe OropB Jane The anparal leled rain and hail etorm of Tuesday which it was feared would cause a heavy loss atholin Mutual Benefit association are to to has left them meet at Unity at oclock on Friday to attend the funeral in a Fort fine thrifty stock Of edding plants of all kinds just ready for trans Uating at lowest Compare OUT prices with r florists before Catalogue mi led Telephone WellKnown Keddent Jane an old and wellknown resident of ie aged 52 Vacant Lot for Gordon fe SackUo Main The Tendency to STafce Sunday a Da of Work and Amusement JJepre catscl by the Juue important debit toci place to night at the Presbyterian Gen eral Assembly on the question of Sabbat Tho report of the CDrarciSie condemned the general tendency thronghon ths country to turn the Sabbath ialo a day o work and denouncing the running of railway opening of posioffices and the publish ing of Sunday Ii also com mtuitd Ciiarltons Siboath observance Mnny prominent members of tha asternal supported tha of the nrced the asaemblr to strengthen JharUona He astonished thai a Sabbath loving city lika Toronto had go ao low an to have Sundoy nowspopere The Assembly adopted resolutions condemning nonobservance of the Lcrda day and aoprov ing of Ohfcrletcne The assenibly also resolved to other religions bodies in urgmg upon the anbborities cf the Colombian Exhibition to close tha exhibition on the Sab Ii vfas also decided to petiiion the Kovarnment to direct the cloeing o all exhibits over which they have AGAINST STATE AIDED MISSIONS The baptist Association Parses a Resolu tion on tlie Jane the Baptist tioa meeting the followicg resolution was carried on a standing vote That ths association heartily endorses the mfimoria of the Toronto Baptist ilinisterial associa lion bi the premier of the Dominion protest eg against the granting of public funds to religions bodies in aid of lodian or for other religious Jamca in seconding the aiid he deeired to correct the impri ssion that Bap ta had no missionaries among the They had many in various parts of the North ROGERS AT The Opposition Candidate In Mountain Slakes an June response to a cill of a very large meeting of electors if Mountain was held here of Pilot spoke firat in he interests of followed by Peter for aad he by Rogers Rogers occupied about on hour and a half during the whole of thai time held the closest attention cf those broken only by occasional buritj f appianae as he made some of his trong The speech was one of the beab lolitical efforts ever made in the province and ividently made a great impression on all Premier Greenway occupied about hour in oily skimming ovar the joints raiad by Rogers and aa a matter of act the speech was montly complimentary to He talked till train time and Luxton followed very britfly aa the had been on nve SHIPPING Departures of Vessels at Lake and Ocean SAULT June last ighi Oity of Badger Elfin Down Langell Algoc Ira Mc Rosedale wind southwest and risk rain water fourteen feet two inches POET Jane Cam from Duluth from Off en Departed for FOET June Alberta rrived from Owen Sonnd at A DRUNKEN ACT i Intoxicated Bntcherg Drive Fnrlona ly Into a Crowd ol June 4 street parade gymnasts in Berchum Bad while the ironghfare was crowded with a arli containing six all as driven recklessly mto tha A anic ensued and sixteen peraans were injur either by being run over or being trampled pon in the Some of the victims will A QUEBEC A TORNADO CAUSES iTHS DEATH OF FiVE School Houses BJovrti Over nnd Scholars Killed and Three Killed Kosc auri Two at Jaaa pretty litlle vilbge of a fashionable sum mer resort cear the uceae of a frighsul catastrophe yeaiecday As lha viiliEo ia caiof fc and tele graph commuaioitiDn was cat utiih ing waa known of iS until tu cliy Shorllj tfttr two oclock the retidns o Kose noticed dari cicuris on che horizon but ncthicg more formidable than a thunderstorm was Sndamly there was a low ccllea and ia the twiaki ing of an eye tba of day was changed into tho Jlany thought tha last day had coma and wish hardly a wirnin terrible struck the carrying everything lufora Hcu3sa were curied hugs were torn frim iheir animals wore liser slly carried away by the wind and deposited in fields acres away but a more terrible was in store for the uoforSunata inhib it in A couplsof mdea from the WRSH Here tweniyfite children were being instructed by their yoang Mica while tho teacher and schclara were ciina the merClrSB cyclone struck ths snial wooden tearias it to pieces like n match Tho nafortun ace iumates were scattered like MUH a blow on the head which stunned and she found amonasii th e debris of the She received serhus injuries about tie bead end aact her chances ol recovery are considered very Toe children were carried in all by the wiud aad de posited ia Oat of twenty five of them were dead when Oae died shortly afterwards tivslve are seriously wjunded tad the remainder more or leas in TUB kiliad are Wilfred asjad eon of a pcominens resident of Rase upon the lesson it suddenly be stsd ia a ruinate The childrens bodies wera tsriibiy disfigur ed by the In addition to the killed the following nod live serious uernal injuries Edward Eoverely Eiward serious injuries so head end spioe Amelia broken arm and epine badly Tne force jl tie torEado waa eomeshing ter The Btorm travelled over the valley with out doing a great deal of It was in the open country where i i sceat ita It destroyed the farm buildioga aac barns of John Thomaa and Alphens ond in all probabiltjy killed Kimpiwn end her aged eight The furm the wreck collar bone broken arid the litter ita skull They are not Houses were lifted p bjdily in the Oiher far neighbors of Simp son as fav aa tae deatruc tion of buildinga ij Albert Garih stoaea creamery aad See barns were de Trees Cima down a the roads were and set in and general alarm is would ba impossibleto exaggerate the orce of the The water swept over a new 227 feet iu naves and rose iwelvo feet The ecena tba school house after she wreck wao full of Tae news had uprsstl aad pirent3 tj dhe teens to look or their Toe living wi9 ousd huddled together in mortal terrsr ho wonnded were groaning and shriekirg he dead were ssresobed forever apa he lainaaiatrSria of rainjled wija oba yies of the maimed aad helpless In addition to the lars of life n flmoutzi f property was destroyed by a is estimated that the losu of property will bo The cyclone abo played hsvcc in other as At Taerece a school house in which there were forty children waa blown lownand two of the children killed and many s most terrific thnnddr torm Eccompanied by a heavy downfall of mil and rain took It was the worai iver known in ths atonea were aa largo ai hena and many cf thfm a great deal The crepa wera Many fine farms camo within he storm which waa aboat one mile ride and the cropa have been beaten into tha fruH tresa were also badly dira In Wilsona paper mill over four buc red and Sf oy panes of glass wro woken cut cf five while roportionate damage was done to lights n every baiiding in the The atorm a ibe south side of the Lawrence wss ery extensive aad the damage it ii feared will bs very said thai tso child en were aad thai cix and two ous93 were tern down nsar he slorrn played grest havoc at Ss bBrles where a large number of buildiaga f all kinda and trees were lorn The 3orm swept furiously along the south side of le Liwrencs from Linirueil and Boucher Varennes where eavy damage waa Cabinet Cliangea June 15 rumor is current ere that President Harrison will offer clix Angers a place in the The port further asys that Secretary Elkics wiil 9 transferred to vhe navy and lit Angera will be appointed secretary CINCINNATI BRIDGE ist of tho Killed Woikraen ua Far as Identified A CaDiidlaa Among Jane ia a liat o hose killed in the bridge accident here yester so far as identified Jeffer Dan Tom Vaughn Cincinnati Andrew Albert John Canada Jeffersonville John Dick Pennsylvania Roano Rurey and Wheeling Joseph Ctncianaii Newport William Newport John Piiisbnrg Portsmouth Randon All o ie dead bodies presented a terrible appear bones crumbed nnd broken and in many instsacfs forced thrcugh the A log eiehiog 200 pounds was driven thrcagh ebidyoE Spoasr One of the bcdies waa Tiod wedged ao cichtly in wreckage Shad o iortion of she hiicd hsd to bd cut off before be body coaU be A number ere missing aad ara supposed to ba under the rcckage bt tho bottom of the The terrible calamity ia supposed o bo ou3 to recen heavy The travelei aa fnlly eaventy high and the falso work x6y Although the excitement ctused 7 the fjccident was ioteaae there a notice able absence of heartrending scenes nsnally sueh Moat of the men were strangers and few hid wives or children to add their criea and dis tress to toe grira The conteactora hud all tho mens livea insured for Gborge in ths House of June George will take HH an5 as Duke of York in the House of on Fridiy Houses for Gordon a Main Telephona424   

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