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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - January 14, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               ATAN VOL. XXI. MORNING, JANUARY 14, 189O. PRICE FIVE CI.NTS. SLAIN BY THE STORM. Tftn N tRi iti> tr. ELEVEN PERSONS KILLED OUTRIGHT And bv II" f tati n >4 of FnmlllcB KoiKlfred Homeless [r H. iiiK mips, the 1 a--t and West. h of tli  M, -.Mr, ti don n anil mill be obtumil t< iiiilu i'e tint t i me ftatiius Urbtlmil ITI 1 fhat xsult fioni tho t-uil U n trinhi tun Ir nil spring to all tlio rigors of a uoithom u r xre ith nfl f tho I I.I The 1 0< ll f f u him internal Ho may ,lie Uhes uth-wall wfts blnun out of Jostjil block on Stitc street filhmron and euushiui! a fi xiue huihhns d fr No one v as in lurid lit roof of s malt h IIM n part of tho r f C urtis still niui: factory and irt f thf spire f St John s ilmnlinrn n off There were n un> n irro-u eaca[ (.s 'Ihe die 1 au 1} ibuiit J u (.1 Ck A.ROI NB YUmne liA3 r 1 in Detroit last c-Miiin, In c irii r puts of the it is iKtiiii uneil bv ihcavj ran bu' lit. i it turn d (oil and thf run CO i til vJnlo tho ruinaUKd f lent fatnesal tuis d VMI ill the heart of the in 1 b inni iKrUi'i f und HI tin sti i 1, this n orn ni St-Mial u 1 us MHO blown in b> the ton o of the U ill llso His is tho i Idtst ox] oiicncod s> fir tins unit ml tlu is i bhtjit fall (f M] u 1 lit s't i in i (is fl IL( is in wnlii ti iu us is to.n fi )i lit i ii o rniJti ni 1 1 U, MI up tl i t Ilo Ish whin sh, slun.ltil will pi 1 i' H he I off WIT' utiUiniie ill ti hi hone wnos h i t nte to the conn i iiiualu n is llso BI OOM TV it, Iho tlierinom 1 fi. ui t. sh i h mil in tli sun In h biuls in so fi! ui i il 1 up will .nt i Iv ue Johnson fl, K L Anthony's, F. Bnble The city today presents a dreary aspects nndor tho circumstances the citizens Dear their burdens nohij The 11 ork of helping the destitute and homeless goes forward Mauy farmers, whose 1 uids adjoin cities, haie come foraard and offeied shelter and homes to who have lost their all The storm was the most dostruoti-ve that ever MSited tlus section of the country A C} clone struck Niagaia Falls today, and the attained a velocity of ninety miles an hour and cirryns everything before it Buildings, bains, telegraph trees, rau- w aj sonia Lores and fen. s toppeled ov cr like straws before it The greatest sufferers are Web company The wind tho Cnia.lian Web company The wind stnte k the n, rthwest gable of their fiftj by innotv fe.rt, a two-story factoiv, tiarimj the roof fiom the brick walls and tumbling LOCKE IT IS. AS JPO OFMJ.CON. HE WILL RETURN HOME FOR SCALPS. Judge Stewart's -Work In He "Wants Cotton Bagsrmg Put on tHe Free List Tho Day in Congress. n .in 114 1 h. 1 1 mtei lii[ t. .1 VII H llTf K flit nigh, at To n frnm a siding fur milos south f n uk ff the n n i i. i 1 ail then n i h "hi le it ei Hide! 1 mi I i s( n i i h i u t I 1 I 1 i and in ul c u re wr kt 1 in I I th ir d, but lie I fit UH 1 1 sdi hum wort n t aw tkeiH 1 Ihe iied it no .n t il u I hi gih n 1 ,1 I i i n r tiima_is in the -U i it 1 It Sl ll I th U f. 1 ne i itu l dohris The manager of the company rushed upst ,ns m the building which was tumbling lot 11 around him rescued the gill from the thus and carried her down stairs The girl isf, mill to have a leg broken and biuisod ,out the boil} The Niagara Falls ii'ir slide that stood the cjclim of last Jj.an- j vii Ided to tho force of the storm and went wn 111 a pile of ood___ LARGE ITOR BUKGED. V tinge m I! nm irj grand elevator 11 wn as the Northern Centra Kailro id bil Iv 'ill w is 1 lit s I night fl >m kstith'viul to nitlini c >r_n H will fill thirty rin i ,i 1 with fury and the conutrv is c. M n 1 with sii 3W to tho tupth f J. f ict ir m t Kxilr xd tiams are stink it plxces an Hi xthc is mispciilcd Intenst sulT r is reported in <3cs itute distr cts in scsoial of the western count is Ihtro ire fitv 01 more cxrsof provisions at tl town if L-'itrxl on roil tt to the sufft r( rs but tint is liftv to SCM ntv milos aw XN from the stxrMiia people and nr he Ij is take tho dunces of freezing hj the freight m w us The temper at in is ni t X 01 v low jet but the mercury is f xihng xud re cold 13 apprehended A K KT HOC St. ViRFCKED A severe storm raged in N th. rth td s md 1 x illv nis athoieisiiloss of owned V iiidnnluitshlpperK amlliilK insult .1 m miiill on. panics imlmg the reatshiinntnts there nro 1 Wn bush. Is of roil m llillnn. let Mt rs inel tho loss ol this ix !t. li in irripiriblc cillinlty to s there ire ri it Ite f l. llities to g. t hi Ll it m Ih Lram tridn I III el.vBtorpn t the Northtrudiitrilrulroiiluis tin-mil nil. Baltiin ire Hn r.oiiil mj No II rliam rol i.iiniiuiii on January 1st md the loss, tails HI that compaiiv A nUTtUFD Tliolintlshi-tcjliHrSlti .1 o Iving near the ilnif was ciitn Iv dcstrovctl In II imes from the of op ears, was considered with favor, and the comimttie is now coiisiileiing a thirty million doll xr bill RKKD S KtTLFS N OT IV FORCF It lias dex eloped today that there is consul opposition on tho icpuhlicxix side to the ng elev itor The land Rlmi lull tlmr m' r ot tlit-ir uppir w Tk il' i nf s, r i. are mis wt ri t u IsortV in" and K f tlio mil It is I.ehCMd Tf in ill r urns Til itish sic nil" t[ the committee on anel means to report a separate bill placing lumber, salt, jute, hemp mamlla atiel sisal grass on the free list By Mr Morgan, of Mississippi, placing bag- ging for cotton on the free list By Mr Stockdale, of Mississippi, for a pub- lic building at Natchez Miss By Mr Dunnell, of Minnesota, to repeat so much of tho act of Julj 1, 1870, as authorizes the leasn g of the right toengage in taking fur oeals from the islands of St Paul and (.era ge By Mr Baker, of New York (by request) extendmg the right of to women THE PLTITIOX. Tiiey Wont Representatio on the Board of s of tlie W orld s Fair "WASINOTOV, January U the pen taons presented and referred v as 0110 signed by the wives of Chief Justice Fuller and Justices Field and Harlan and bv tne vviv es of m my HAWES IS GlILTY, rj> THF tti'Ki'nr eoiKr sj TH IT III Ml s F U I I, LOWER COURT STRONGLY UPHELD. And Is Ilitni; for Hia Offense The I'n-oner 1C. to Talk to iss BIEHIVGHVM 1 I'l i irv 1! The news that tin su-j n i i i n i f una had athrmid the diiisinii i tin 1 "ero.urtm the famous Haul s i lausel 11" surpnsQ here Vii alhrniati. other distinguished ofhi 1 1 Clo! of "Wa-s'iiiigton pravmg tl at m the le tion tlie international e-cposuioii 1892, proxis on shall be made for the appoint- ment of women on the b .ard of miiiagers ,11 MOW of tho fact that there is to be i prcs, nta tion of the share taken bv women in the artistic, intellectual and religious progress of the nation Among the lulls loported from comnnttets and placed (li the calendar w ere the f( lloxx ing I-or a bronre statue in Washington of Christopher Columbus, to change the lim.t f tho apl ronrtati m for .iiinblH building it lat k sonville, Via from t prevent tho more radical oropoi ioiis in Keed'b rules In- deed, it loolo, is if a modihcation will havo to be made or else enough r< publicans will join the democrats to reject the c xlo Tho rcpub us who don't like cert in portions of the i ii- ,r I 1 U 1 .t nnaii lie i 1 k 11 1 rm to Ah n Jic-1 n int n h il 1 t in Uir ULT! ni Un 1 t nl iti imli in sin K 1 hi 1 I tint il tr 1 llu u l il i ti llu it i iml i in tl uk Klihi ill. m ait, I In White I .uilj Iiiiini   turn OJKII a .t il us 1 v, Utr v nun He 1 1 it" I ill rtunitelv th-> rt drnf n I uk I tlif ni q IK! '-I'u ad t tin flu iri n I the hul >IB In I u i IM but f> jump IM 11 tor thfir ln( li, u 1 u n ul ui i houro Hie firt, at mid i tr 1 ;.m1 ttl THIN OI wn on the Side Swept 1  f tin tlimigo tin tlu it 7. hn A tw ot 1 s i Is s 10 M w K sh ,Ul O l 1 I Hi ws ui 1 Mas n c h il Hid Mills) elds 1 si! I lilt [lines I o hi hvciv st ihle md J m cs 1 dw .1 Is s It i.lcl wcit all blown nt in tliost nil ml Juil-e Fowill md wf. "li Kiehul le, s u Mr ..kiinn u .1 Mi 1 will N.; wticlilltl V ii mil r of ficigut ens i tw i t Us u 1 is h ill ling irs WO1C 1 u fiomtht tins I' 1 i.lv ll n Tin i nl in IIIK si. I vi u i its c me fi nn Miscow, -yiheio the ti i 'f tho pith of tin t rn Tilo in si cu iluie f e 111. .list church and sthool h use m m n ns md in tho countiy between tUteiii.lt nit m theic in s-xil t boimmer l s ci 1 leni ts f the storms fuij hv.s i er 1 st Iho st. i i 1 n. ith (f Ve Vf i tl. th u tl I t 11 1 p nt o 'Site s xv tlu me ilHthwtst tl t lint HI 1! 1 V iiMitTe Jh( i it n f tlio st inn w is ihi.ut v urtii of mlo wnl md it 1. ft i trick of fillen timbd tl i mji ho SM tu n 1 1 f rest it piss 1 Infill ioi li Clint >n Tho lust house stiuok ill Ll ut nviistlo section house i f the II inn   Tniinrj mtro diici 1 m the 1 Hislaturo t rs Joseph AS 11 Trie Vi'Tr' o? M in, RnHiiv imj' uu i i i nt of th I l I.t 1" i> tir f Muiriti If Hi 1 ilN trr mtr ,t oil in MHH ti i of tat r js i ll uth nit rtsH itv to 11 1 1 ntun i 1 1 nt _ 1 t li U 1 three ill Ml' 1111 m hid i 1 s il I but tli m of Itl.rui'rx mil Mir, h it d i i h( I M imitlicri ti unt and the 1 u t t j i r< UlKiil t-vUnt -1 t i i rk t ULII (ir n  t itrmi n wt ik roiiluC iw J uuiarv 11 lltf MiCmnrl] nun i motii n J r w um up M l i 1 tint tlK ilsin until t.. Huw trill ill t I imit f r tlie de t I l 1 nt nlf i >r a vvi f k one of tin fnilhir vv tt Ml i Hi liter >nsi 1 nrt ulj )Umed IKddcith but irn both d iiRcronMj hurt rti mil aro iy Piper The M i-hlnpt s t n i is 11. I --t md I It It l ItlsuniKI st il tin IH w p l prletors vMll make tile 1> iper 1HL. H.VCIT1 I) rOUTlCESE. ith tli ome of Tlieryv   not Jiuuirv n s r r.oiiH ilH l oss' il to Ij nil 1 Ctrl his ro ilti oilcrfil t Actlo: The Xilh 1 so f ir as isi s VI 1 I I I'Nf 1 1 1 OM V.1 1 1 li N 1 1011N W IM VNTOI RIM T IH1IX PS All 1 one other 11 it i entitle! 1 lie v oiiluel ire Jud r C s viitonidtno chililicii P Giviiin vvif( dill 1 tndf itiiei C W Aoiihecs chill mil rcl i' ii mines mikiuMii, Lev N W little vnfe md two chil Iren D StuhcHield ill 1 si i crll mem h si fins fin Iv iho not se noils] v Mis Uestir in 1 tvv >eli.lluii Mis J Hhodes md i lie (laid tlie itt ruilllic V L h mor- sfn mil tiv chil'lrtn V F fusts and one iliiil Mi J icr-son H 11, Si It li- cit J ihnson Ji IK in dinjeroiislv TI e 1 it tcr will die "SV K nice, vnfe in 1 t hi' 1 md others vv hose iiaim s c inni.t be isctrt-iined HFLD OV TO HIS B V m The house of Tohn Gidd a v. la blown and ifterwards G xildis was found1 nnloi the debus with in infiiit in his Tins Giddisiv-is dead hut the child as not hurt The house of Robert Johnson, vhich stood on the brow of Johns m w-xs in the issurod the mil has person n t at tlie in Th covcrnuii lit olu lall i-ti r tint th( csuiti licon vimldl ales view thorn in the that they ill b l tho muioiltv next time, and want to ho to abide bv the rules whuli give the leaker diotatorial power howev er, this tilk no oonsiderati of con Litmus dis c ises from 0111 sn c t an imi for tbe punishment of ccrlim offciif cs 801 THEliN HKNA1OILS 1O SPEAK Mr Butler notieu of UL-> intention to addrtss the M natc IH xt Thursday on the sabje-t of bill for the ei m uf colored people Mr Pasco a like notice f T tho samp day, Ins remarks to bo o i the subject of federal clcrtions Afr Hoar offered a resolution (which v as referred to tho imauee comimtuo) MIS that, comiintUA., u 01 it n rU tl bill tonic irimratoin it a proMsn ntJut r loruijrii si all nnj M in cvport dut> oil li f MM nr 11 mum faetured or p irtiallv manuf i< turcd lamb, r dutj shall be llei ted on such 1  >stH in addition tu tlie otherwise 1111 Ihe roboluti n Plumb K tin., tl h bt I'ull mil St MC t tho nsti uctnii; tin ft offi red Mr of the i-l in N of men lal coil panv in l the In is irv not t i] H sting tli. soo ike a furl] er k lie has no sui h islands until fuitl r lot on e 1 s- n t! o s i retai v of tl e trc isitr nn i I tin iiietli us of th i, "uk. n up d 1 i I it s u illv with i in> a ti in was n oubt but that the w ould be bolleis e xu be riuppcd into hue when tho proper tuiio a-- yes TIE TOOK. THE PLFDOK There was an incident todiynInch demon traUd tbe charactci of some of Mr llarri- s appointments Ho isp-ced to the Jaltimoio po5tofh.ce to a man named Inhnson, f the Johnson would take the pledge not o drink during bis incumbency Johnson ook the pledge Saturday, and was appointed od i> Uhe serret service bureau bcre has been no- ificd of the -most of Oscir I Holmes m Mil oncouiitj, Georgia, for passing and having .his possession courterfeit dollars STEWAET'S WOS.K Juilfo Stewart has been doing some good work f >r tlie f irmeis Indaj be has been cir am tho sou hem ci ngrcssin tnu thorn to S1411 n pennon addressed to tho .s and incins i ummittei aaking tliat t jn bo put on the fr< o list He sue led 111 g< tting Jieirly a hundred iiaim s .ml ex] rts tomoirow to set lire a few vostcrn ijni-xturos Tho thinks tho alliance Ic idi rs f ih< inliiigs i f the erimii il u i li attnn ifK tlHorr f the prorrf mm tl on U c.Ml tljt the I of their htwtrn him nl n arriine, Jiildnn May .nil l-t( the consuninm i n ..f a that UK 1" t loi.iptod the murder of ea. h mt les il iti m for tlio erection of a st itup to Die memurj of the 1 ite Samuel J Tilden The jon t u soli lion w as ad as follows Ile-oUed lhat thcic be ippr j riated riom t'e treasury of the I iiittil s the bum of SW tocrect a bronze statue of the late Sam 1 J Til den to b( placed in the eentt r of the rotunda nf the cipitol Tint on the tablet at the fr >nt babe of said statue there ehoU be c mspicuouslj eu graced these words samuel J Tildtn nine teonth president of the L mtt d Elected but not seited [Applause on the demooratie si< e That  f and Jan asam-.t pood croj rainfills haepn-hed tlie p i >r the fr eek v.erc GO 182 quarters at 3 au of wheat per quar or the cor week, last Foreign wheats are BPI 'J settle _ _ Tlimks It a Good January 13 The proposition to upper t country a colony of UL.IEI-UV> the United States meetb with much here It is this -would greatly facilitate tbe peiroful introduction of the ideas and methods of industry and commerce of the ci-vilized countries Kinp; and all the Belgian merchants concerned in the African trade favor the scheme The King Oat of Banger. uolished or damaged E C __ _ January king la now pro- nounced out of danger. Resolved fliat the president of tl a tinted chuf justice of the supreme court pret-i dtiit of the senate and speaker of the house of rtpresentatives be authorized to superintend the expenditure of the monev and that a eon> of tli n ssotutions, with the nairws and titles of sanl dignitaries, be engraveu on the of said j Mr Sweeney, of Iowa, inquired whether the expected the ri ptions to be in cipher [Applause on tlie republican side OTHER (N THI' KOeSF Bj Mr Ewart of >orth Carolina, exempting from the operation of the civil law, soldiers, sailors and mariners of the late war By Mr Grosvenor, of Ohio, for a military national park (Chicfeamauga battle field bill By Mr Taylor 'of Tennessee, for public build- irtffs at Momfctown and Bristol, Tenn Mi "Waalnnfcton, of Tennessee, making Andrew Jackson a day a national holiday Bj Mr Stewart, of Georgia, to amend the naturalization laws The house then proceeded into committee of the-whole for the consideration of bill to pro- vide for a town site entrj of lands m Okla- homa In order to enable members to exam- ine the bill at their leisure, no action was taken and the committee rose and the at 3 15 adjourned Mr of Illinois, chairman of the Silcott commi'Ue, submitted a report accompanied by a bill appropriating 375 000 for the purpose of supplying the ae- fi- lency in appropriation for the pay and mile- age of members and delegates, reasoned by the recent defalcation in the offrre of the ser- geant a -arms Mr Hemplull, of South Carolina, ana Mr Holrnun, of Indiana, submitted a minority re- port They were all ordered printed in the Record and recommitted Accompanying Mr Hemplull s report is a bill autl or-z-ng the members who suffered bj the detail .at ion ''o bring suit against the government in. the court oi claims States were called lor the introam tion of Vails for reference Among the bills intro- duced were tlie following By Mx.Fitinan, of II directing J tints i. noon His fXTrp lin t hon ml as BJ eeiiily the needs f tl f 1 i t -in Annralun in -s> nith wineh it has met d.nd states and poi The Inauguration at Stone. UKSO-N Mis-s J iinnrv 1! '--IK i f, ior ''tone -was in: nv JI LJUII of thetw houses a. 1- in -ie urt and the committee on Aft'r [ri r Bishop Lit r f vans introduced Onenor Stone read hu? adaress ____ Tlie Forlorn Hope. Coi MDT 9, O January n mem uers of the legislature met in eaucus v There were Oftv wvfen mcinlKra present out  'Uv f to tlie 3ileiat torab litLte show or a.v i nvac> and qiiif t being in umm 1 y niem of the man s faniily took place aftrr 2 o e and was devoid of foniialiti txAng onH by and tue fanuh and of the TFLEGR4.PH JTenrr M K lanlev 13 at Suez, he will re ___unusiiAl met! 1 t v Ins tlireat i' take lui Mfe when aivrd was I i be lias b en in coni i and Hut i 1 tl e an> time Lill aslocp he na nnsrtner a dead man H-iwfc would t' f t if 'w bis iron i I r__ A Reward for K. a ha 11 at for four and a 
                            

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