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   Sunday Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 22, 1899, Syracuse, New York                               t t 4 HERALD ISSUES THE LARGEST AND BEST UP-STATE PAPER. SUNDA HERALD. 4 VOL 2-0, NO 972. SYRACUSE, N. Y., SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 22, 1899. PRICE FIVE CENTS Favorable. Action on Canal Measure. SEMTBBS. OPPOSES Government Ownership of artigua Canal Provided For. THE TREATY..WILL BE ABROGATED WHISKERS ON THE BEEF. -visldent Directed to Enter Into Nego- tiations With Great Britain-General Features of the Measure-Large Enough For'Largest Vesscla. WASHINGTON. .Tim. Senate to-day passed-the Xie.anigua canal bill, decided to make the it nti-sea. I ping bill the unlinishcd business and continued without the completion of the consid- eration of the Indiun appropriation bill. A number of amendments were, made to the Nicaragua cannl bill anil there were innumerable short speeches dur- ing the day. There was. however, no opixjsitirvn to avoid when the time came mid a roll call developed only six votes In opposition to Dunl passage. The anti-.sealping bill was taken up on a vote of 33 to 21, but no effort was then made to continue its consideration. Tho effect of the vote was to give it the first place on the calendar, hut the understanding tbnt it shall not be pressed in opposition to the peace treaty n: to the appropriation bills. Provisions of the Bill. The Xicaraguan canal bill, as it pass- ed, contains the name of the Maritime Cnna; company. It provides for die is- suance of shares of stock of 5100 each. The canal company is re- quired to call in all the stock issued ex- cept that held by die Nicnnipua.ii and Costa Kienn governments. The com- pany is- also required to redeem and cancel all bonds and scrip heretofore issued by the company und to satisfy ell cash liabilities. To enable Uie com- 'piiuy to comply with this requirement, treasury warrants to rhe amount of are authorized with a pro- viso to the effect, that only so much of the amount shall be pnid as required to pay the usual cash value of the rights, privileges, and prop- erty at the time of die pay mem, the value to be determined by commission- ers to he appointed by the President. Government to Take This being done the Secretary of the Treasury is authorized to subscribe for sharps of the company's stock for the government of the United States. The present members of the board of directors are then to resign Brought Disaster to an Ex- press Train, FEEL! 15 I LIED Engine and Tvro Cars Down an Embankment, ACCIDENT Oil THE ERIE RAILROAD All of the Passengers Escaped Injury ax the Pullman Cars Remained on the Received a Scalp Wound, Uncle your hearts, gentlemen, this beef is all right; it's a new brand we raise OIK cana Is authorized to negotiate'for a control 'if or :i right to coiistruel, imiintulii and perpetually con- trol some other onna! connecting the Atlantic. :inrt Pacific oceans, and the President !s requested to negotiate for the abrogation or mortification of any ami all treaty if any such exist, as slini] In any wise interfere with the construction, ownership and perpetual control nt such cannl; provided that no payment shall he mnde under the pro- visions of this net. to or for the benefit of I lie stockholders of the Maritime fliinul company or for any of its property tinlesK the President shall decide to eori- struct a cannl tinder Uu- concessions grunted to said company. After Rome further brief addresses on points involved the bill was passed, and without a roll call. Afterword. Mr. Vest entered the chamber, saying he had been absent when the vote was taken on the Xien- j rugua bill and that he thought such an I important bill should nor. be passed 1 without a cnll of the a cnl! of the yens and noes. and a board of seven is to be appointed j Thereupon Mr. Morgan moved a recon- in their stead consisting of 6ve on be.- j sideration and an aye and no vote was half of the United States, and one each i on behalf of Xicaragna and Costa IJicn. The directors on behalf of the United States are to be appointed by tie Presi- dent and confirmed by the Senate. No two of them are to be residents of any 'one State and no person who has here- tofore been interested in the canal company is to be appointed to this office. CThey arc also prohibited from being in- terested in contracts on the canal. Each of the directors except the President is lo receive a salary of a year and the President is to h.ive All traveling expenses are to be paid. An- nual reports are required. To Be Completed Within Six There is a provision against declar- ing a dividend except upon the net earnings. The company is authorized taken. It resulted in the passage of the Caffory, CockreJl, Maude, Martin and -Smith. At P. Jr. the Senate went into executive session and at P. M. ad- journed. Missing Link in Cornish. Case Found, SENATORIAL No CONTESTS. the Election !n Quay Lacks Twelve Votes. RRiSKuntii. Jan. The vote in joint Assembly to-day for Fniied IXDEX. P.iaes Til an Pa.. Jan. wreck occurred at Cireat Bend, Pa., near here, about o'clock this after- noon in which one person was killed and two others seriously injured. Day Express train Xo. S, on the Erie rond, was thrown fnm tbe track by the spreading of the rails and the locomo- tive and two cars went down a 120-foot embankment. Fireman John .L Fesly of Owego. who was riding on the loco- motive, was to death. The en- gineer. Dean Wf-lch of Hornellsville, escaped with a scalp wound. The fire- man. T. -I. Smith of Hornellsville, was I badly injured. j Tlie Pullman coaches remained upon the track and all the passengers escaped i injury. I A relief train carrying physicians, offi'-ers of road ami workmen. left i herr- immediately for the scone of the j accident. Kngineer Welch and Fire- j man Smith were both brought here, and I it is thought they will recover i their injuries. Wreckers from j bam ton and cleared I track .'1111; trains were delayed but a. j short time. The locomotive snd the two cars j which, left the trad: were wrecked. hair. FIERCE FAMILY FEUD. Slates Senator was: Quay. 55: Jenks, i Another Man, Hitherto Unsuspected, Has Been Brought Into the Handwriting Exports Satisfied. 41: Dsilzpll. Irviu. Stewart. Huff. 3; C. AV. Stone. Tubbs, 3: Grow, 1; Mnrkle, 1, Necessnry to choice, Paired. Hi. Absent with- out jiairs. 7. Xo eli-ctiiiii. 'Plu- only in tin: vote of yps- Ferryboat Niagara Caught j 'in the Ice. I rage Page i I'rige lO-The.irnr.-i! The Hern NEW YORK, .Inn. is said The police at work on the Adams-Cor- nish poison mystery find themselves confronted with entirely new facts that may not only clear the man they have terdny was Keproseniative Martin of Mercer, who changed from Tubbs to Dalzell. Tile absentees without nairs I were Senator John II. of that I Kendall of Somerset and Xoblit of Philadelphia I Scnntor J. F. Hiiririns and Lchig-h. Smith of (.'lintou and Tiche of (Hems. i. i After t.lic Lieutonnn: Governor had i announced that then' bad been no dec- Assembly adjourned until' Monday. Swept Under the International BKdgs and Was Finally Worked to a Dack- Niar Going OAer the Fills, Pa WILL BE CARRIED ON. Breckenridge But Meat Investi- gation Is Continued. WASHIXOTOX, Jan. Genera! Breckinridge left here to-day in execution of his orders to make a thor- ough inspection of the military camps and garrisons in Cuba and Porto Rico. He goes direct to Miami. Fla.. where he bad under suspicion hut. may lead to tho arrest of one whose name has not, been mentioned in the case. On tbe other hand this new evidence i may establish the identity of this new j man accomplice of the one whom Ture took four ballots for Senator the police have suspected. The detec- clay prior to a recess. The Kepi- lives are working assiduously on'this- cans rotei' for .Indge Miner. On No Choice In Utah. LAKE. Jan. to- latter point, for in their investigations of nearly three weeks they have worked up a complete case, it is said, of motive and circumstantial incidents. The police have found two letters, one ordering powder, such as con- tained the cyanide of mercury sent to Henry Barnet, sent to a certain t'ost- tbe second ballot Samuel Newborn iPem.) received five votes. The last ballot Sutherland 14: not vot- Caunou. 7: Xoheker. 1; (Kop.i. 1: Miner iKep.i. ing. 1. will take the steamer for Havana. It to con I met for .the completion of the 's s-iid tluit tbe work mapped .out for j office box, and the other ordering a.u- cnuiil within six years. The payments him will keep him busily employed out- j other having a bearing on the are restricted to annually. side of Washington for the next two j and in the "same' handwriti-i" The canal is to be large enough "for j months. si tho use of the largest sea-going vessels Die work of investigating the char- i .fl ot n cost not to exceed the estimate of aetcr "f the beef supplied to the army j l5 at bjtb MaywnrJ One i.x. Xeb., Jan. the vote for1 Senator to-day Hayward had one less than yesterday, owing to an ab- sentee. The vote is as follows: Allen. 51: Hay ward. Webster. 10; Thomp- son. 7; others sentteriug. Xecessarv to a choice, (si. the engineers and not to exceed This amount is made a per- i nisintnt appropriation for the work, to used as occasion may require. The hill gives the government a lien upon the property to secure the repay- ment of the moneys advanced, and the President is empowered to declare for- foil lire of the property to rhc United Slates without the necessity of judicial or other ascertainment. Thereafter title is to rest in tho government of finises weiv the United States. supplied the HAD A BAD REPUTATION. during the Spanish 'war entrusted by i "pon declared General Miles to General Breekinridge j "''slied the missing link. will be continued from now on by Col-: oiicl Garlington, who will have charge of ihe Inspector General's office during: Uie absence of General Brcckinridge. Paymaster Henry G. Colbert of the navy testified before the war investigat-. ing commission to large purchases by him of beef for the navy. The pnf- froni the same firm which army. He said the meat th ey tnr- Tho President is authorized to sus- general satisfaction and there pend payments at any time. The Pros- wero no complaints. 'VVTien asked if Went is also authorized to secure any thorn were any evidences of chemicals change in or mollification of the term's I'.cing used, he of the concession either from the con- t'vc. cessionarics or from Nicaragua and prof- F- W. .Clarke, chemist of the Costa Rica, In case of failure iii such United States Geological survey, to-day negotiation, the President is empowered i reported to the war investigating coni-! Mareno Was Beating His Wife When His Pather-in-Law Shot Him. XEW YORK, .Tan. Salv.-i- torc is locked up in the Second Precinct Police station in Xewark. X. .7., to-day, accused of homicide. Last night ho shin and killed his young daughter's hus- band. Frank Mareuo, the dead man, was heating bis wife, as be had often answered in the noga-1 clono before, when her father interfered and sent a bullet into his son-in-luw's heart. "That's the end of the most dnnger- N i in '-Vashintton. .Tan. bal- lots were ttiken I'AI- T'nited States Sen- ator to-day in joint session with nu ma- terial change in the situation. The last ballot resulted: Foster. Wilson. 27: I'flinn's. 21: Aukenv. 8: Lewis, "4-' Briggs. in. i BfFFAi.n, Jan. in a j 'monstrous ice tioe. the Canadian ferry Xi.igarn, with nineteen persons on board, was swept helplessly down the j Niagara river to-night and dismantled I on the Intornatioual bridge. The boa; which plies between this city and Fort Erie. Out., left her docks j near the month of the river in the early evening on her hist, trip of the day hav- LesrNa- i in? passengers, six of whom were v.-omen and two children. Her crew consisted of four men. The river was full r.f ice that was drifted in from Lake Erie, hut the boat headed diagonally against the cur- rent, made her way to the center of the stream. Here she became imbedded in a'great of ire. and her engines were powerless to propel her. The cnr- j rent at this point is exceedingly swift and the'iunmenium of the ice field car- ried the ferry with it in spite of the furious workings of her engines to coii- tend against it. Tho passengers, realizing their situa- tion, were horror-stricken with the fear of beiug carried over the falls and the more imminent danger of hrhjg d.-ij-hwi against a pier of the International e Local. f-s U and I' c A M  ImerMiiona! bridge are in- operative and the draw engines dead. It. was obvious that the upper works of the boat, could not" clear the span, but i the great menace w.is the pieces of i solid masonry. The current favored i the boat and swept her between the j span a little to the east of the center of j the 'river. The iron girders of the bridge raked the boat clean of her sec rates 21 to and Northern X y..rk News. I'nco versus "H Rt.'XDAY HERALD MAGAZINE. Page in the Piihllc Eye. Page 20-An Hour "Yank" Snl va n. i Page Syracuse Kitchens. Pace Syracuse Sliver Mine. Page nf the Panama Tana! I'nce In Prisoners' Work. Kernochnn's Dlaraoud. Pare i NEWS SUMMARY. Aslor Battery In Syracuse. Supervisor? Working for Gnod Roads. Inwrestlnc Eineriment at Mfdicnl C. lego. News nf Colleces. j Good Story from Camr Wlthcrell. j i "Tommy" Ryan Puts Up ,1 Mrdal for I I ri.iiur.iall Championship. I I P. Baker's Basfbr.ll Story. iVmue Nirnragiinn Onr.al Bill. Wr, eh on the Erie liond at (Ireat Bend, i j Pa. j Cnrnlsh Poisonic? Case Said to Have Bran j Solvd. ________, j PATHET1C_SCENE. Former Snure Allowed to See KIs I She Knows Not of His I NEW YORK, Jan. X'ew- i i berger to-day granted Louis J. Snnre. the olori; who forged for to save i his wife from the ravages of consump- tion, permission to see his wife, saying i that, the dictates of humanity directed j him to do it. j When Snnre reached the door of his 'wife's room he hesitated fora moment j as if afraid of the ordeal before him. Then be went in. Ho tool; his wife in' .his arms and kissed her. The Sheriff and the reporters stole WEATHER INDICATIONS. AVASHIXGTO.V. Jan. Eng- land, threatening weather and rain, I brisk southerly winds, j Eastern Xew York, threatening weather, preceded by rain in central j northern portions: brisk southwest- j eriy winds. Western X'ew York, generally fair and fresh westerly winds, Weather Bureau Tho States Weather Bureau, through j Obserrpr at Oswi-co. furni-sbes ths fol- lon-inr stateiDont v! i.ikpn at F. M. yesrerday: J erjitlAc? camef! at 8 u' li.irom- Sratlon. Boston .......29 Vork ....ii Thpr- erer 3H Mr.n-real Cleveland Iilfmarck- M :K 3i> ,1S Wind. S.W.12 S. 16 X'.E'. Lt s. ir. -s. E. is S.W.42 S.W.JG S.W.24 W. Lt "VV. 13 N.W. U S.W.12 P. Cl'dj CiMT Clear OMr Clear Snow Cloudy Cfcndy Cloudy Clw.dj- Clear C'.c-jrtj Why Discard Gcc-d Garments. or wear them stiilned with Iron nut, tincture of iron. Iodine, coprus stnlns, etc.. when it erm Irf removed In t-.vo minutes time wltliuiu injury to the fabric 'Ask yniir grocer nr druggist for It and Insist on nothing but Prepared hv the Xeloni Mfg. Co. Stlttville. N. nEPOUTEHS' 3IK5IORANDA. In Interest of Glasgow Exposition. WASHINGTON-, ,7nn. commlnslon representing tho city of Glasgow, Scot- land, to-day had n brief conference with the President In the Interest of the Glas- gow exposition to .he held In 100.1. They United States exhibltfi which be ncnt to.Paris.In IOCS bo shipped to.Cilasgow direct without, belnir returned to thin Invitation' extended to thp 'President to be pres- ent nt the opeulDjf ot the ciposltlon, I iit the time of his death, under bail pending trial on a charge of having shot, same time trying to 'staver. in the Supreme court to-day, granted a writ of habeas corpus for the, a man, and at kill his wife. Snlvatore'n daughter was .only .15 years old when she married Mnreno two years ago. He was 24 years old. Mareno was insanely jcnloiis of his tvi't niu ".'i v.-ii young wife, and frequently ]10 flew, into i surety. Campbell offered security to a passion and beat hcr'.nnmorcifnlly Distdct Attorney Gardiner, but J-ester- because he fancied "1C lllttw intimated her would not Af nMior mon i nccent Onmnhcll a.s security. On the Xrw YOKK. Jan. Rook- (1Sck' smokestack, ml, UM, shllt Ioor them. liurncane deck and if-; Mrs. O'Brien. Snuro's mother-in-law boats withoiu perceptibly impeding her wpnt room with (li f pi-ogress. The passengers and. crew He ntp it sittlng hcside his wife. All the time ho kept up a pathetic bravado. HP toldl funny stories, laughed, and tried to cheer the deathly jale woman whose lips were too weak to make reply. At the end of an hour he kissed his wife good-bye. "Cheer up, little girl." he said, "don't production of Mrs. Faync Strnhr.n Moore, who is in the Tombs awaitinfe her second trial for alleged complicity- with her husband in "badgering" Mar- tin Million. The application was opposed by the District. Attorney's otiice. The writ into the refusal, .if any, to ac- of J. X. Campbell to were below deck and escaped injury from the wreckage. Swinging clear of the bridge the Xi- broke free from the tloo and attentions of other men. he hurt hia wife so.'. Two Campbell a.s security. On the District I Moore vas taken back to the: Tornps.. the engines which proved to bo unin- jured, resumed their functions and the ''dismembered craft was slowly worked to a dock on tho American shore. OniTUAKY ITKMS. John who would have been 101 years old-had he lived1 till March, dlwl yesterday -at Clltfs, after nn Illness of two -weeks.'from grip. His oldest son, James'Bennett of Yorktown, IB .nearly SO yean cry. Pin coming to see you every He was then taken back to his cell in the Tombs. He.will probably never sec his wife alive again. Special Excursion to Washington, D. C., Fob. ,14th, vlii Licka- ynnna Western railroad. Tickets (ood ten days. rouad w The new Lafayette avenue M, E. church will be dodlrated on Thursday. Prof. J. H. Hamilton of the university will mldress the Ministers' association on Mondhy Government." St. Johns cathedral cadets will give nn exhibition drill In the rooms of Branch No. 40. C. SI. B. A., ou Tuesday evening. A cloth-hound book free this week to evor.r lady who will purchase 30c worh- of T-.iIlp Soup and bring the twelve wrap- pers to 343 Warren street. 200 titles to se- lect CABI.13 NOTES, appolntlni. of A -decree hap been signed Gen. Lord Kitchener Oovernor General 01 the Soudan. The officers of the United States em- bassy In London have scut to Washington Information on the subject of the Philip-' pine Islnnrt, the substance of which Is not; procurable In London. Henry White, the. American d'affaires, gave ft. dinner In London In honor "of Associate' Justice Da- Brewer of-.the United- States preme-conrt, who Is now In London on hid way to Paris to attend a'meeting of tht Venezuelan.botmdary corumlsslotvund M.c. Mnllct-rrevost, secretary of tli> commU-, r'-   

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