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   Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - March 29, 1890, Salem, Ohio                               HE SALEM DAILY NEWS. L NO. 75. SALEM. OHIO, SATURDAY, MARCH 29. 1890. TWO CENTS. of Louisville, i Bains. rkofafydm >pt the City. jives Went Out fdl Crash of Buildings. Horror to the eh was Sim- orrible. i of Suffering ruction of Ten the Storm's Fury at tolls. 111. t Has listory. No Parallel salable and Will Re- Days to Even >ximate. r Witnessed In Amer- [11-Fated Johnstown. March A tor- iville at o'clock It entered the he city at Eighteenth t A path five blocks jacking, In a ragged street, leveling every me. Probably iyed and a rough esti- ber of people killed vhile there are many The city is in a habitants are wildly md friends A large ivork on the ruins, and have been recovered. i Main street from tenth streets are in he handsome whole- l 'On Us City Hall, a fonr- as prostrated, while id Knights of Honot >ion and hundreds of buried in the ruins. Jepot. at the foot of Chesapeake A Ohio ring when the storm I. carrying it down on i passengers were rca- ight injuries, eicept was badly hurt. Such r has known during every building, tree ie within the storm- levelled. The storm a warning and ore engaged in their hen their bonics were Listtict laid waste in aa area three miles f a mile wide. mil savs: The mighty ado fell with a rcely cave time for before ihoae 1 ia death. Twice br- ot life aad  Committee on Fish Culture and Game for inves- tigation or some utjiv charges against the nom- inee. Ia October, 1870, Joseph H. Newton, then auditor ol Holmes County, was indicted by the grand Jury of that county for embentoatent. It being charged that he convert-d to his own use fc.OOO out or State in his pomsalaa and had then paid it over to the munkipantj Of Mlllersburg Mr Newton waa discharged on a technicality and further prosecution was tHen dropped. Mr Mennder did not know that Mr. Newton waa guilty of any crime, but the showed that he hid escaped punishment only through a technicality and he thought the nom- ination should be referred buck to the commit- tee to give opportunity for an investigation. Mr. Zimmerman, from the Democratic side, made an explanation of the case Ho that at that time Dr. Williams was Aud'tor ol State. He- discovered that Holmes County had reported a greater school population than it really had and therefore got a larger share of the school funds than the county was entitled to. An in vestigatlon proved this to be trus beyond a doubt and Auditor Newton was prosecuted as an accomplice, with the result as shown. On motioa of Mr Van Cleat, the Committee on Fish, Cul- ture and Game as directed to Investigate the charge-? report their findings to the Senate. Nominations were confirmed as follows- Ed- ward .I Kerned v, of Cuyahoga County :Casstdv C Cook, of Hamilton County, ami John W. Bauahman, of Wavt-e County, members of State Board of Pardons, William B Bwroett, of Clark Countv manager of the Intermediate pen- itentiary; John Beatty, trustee Soldiers' aad Sailors' Tbe Republican Senators to vote to oonftnn the aonimatlon of Gen- eral Beatty and Vie vote stood 18 to 0 on his name. The chair, following the ruling ot Speaker Reed, of Vie Natl nal House, ordered the clerk to count those present and not and, Senators being present declared taaa there was a quorum present and that General Beatty s nomination was continued. The ner House bill to create a board ot public for Columbia, to be appointed by a mayor, passed and is a law. Bills passe I the Senate as follows- To RU'homo the vilUgeot Nevada. Wyanddt County, to transfer funds, providing for the payment ot two montas' salary as mem- ber of the General Assembly to William A- Blair, the unsca'cd member from County; to autharfre tho Council of Bowling Green, Wocd County, to enlarge natural gas plant of the vilHsfe to provide for increase of the numbe- of rtre insurance reports pub- lished. to divide township, Vauldlog- Cjunty, into two voting to authorias the commissioners of AT IT on Connty to issm bonds for trnproied roads: todl-. vide Jackson Paulding County, into, two voting precincts anthonzlig Plate to borrow 135 000 for tho purpose of building a school house th" distribution of the printed roster of Ohio soldiers to authorize New Philad jlpliU to borrow mouey for the pur- chase of itldifionul cemetery grounds; to au- thorize Woost.r li borrow POO 000 to build six- teen miles of rail-oafl connecting with t-ie N. Y P O rjilrofi'l a Buvbank allowing tt City Council of WelisvUle to transfer funds. Bills were introduced as lollows- To gtre to the> Governor authority to appoint the secretary Of the State Biard of Chanties; authorizing the Council of Cleveland to levy a tax of one mill to meet its half of the expense ot paving Increasing th3 imovmt of personal property free from taxation to ilOO for each man and provid- ing that all personal property -Shall be listed, and that the auditor shall make the The Senate then adjourned until Monday. of the General Appro- priation bill was resumed again this morning. Mr Bense chairman of the Finance Commit- tee, spoke on the pending question, being tho amendment increasing -the appropriation for the Sandusky Soldiers' Home from to and repelled the insinuation that ho had been unfair in the treatment pf the institu- tion. The debate was kept up all morning. Mr.- Forbes desiring to take sentiment out ot question and consider it as a business proposi- tion. Mr. Griffin thought sentiment had noth- ing to do with it. Messrs Martin and WUUaoa spoke In favor of the amendment, when the vote was reached. On the first call, the division was on panv lines, with the exception of Heara. McKelrv Pudncy. Rorick and Taylor, of Cham paign. Republicans who voted against the prop- osition, and Messrs Gear, Munson. Drobaeh. Hagerty McMaken. O'Dowd. Booney and Troji- cr Democrats who voted for the proposition. Ch-urman Bense changed his vote, and the followed suit, until the amendment had received 70 affirmative and 23 negative Mr. Griffin offered an amendment to proviao that the money appropriated should be used ia eonstrnctins; at least six cottages, instead of putting tlO.WO in office quarters The aawnd- raeot was lost, and another by Mr. Griffin build aevcn cottages carriel The ajjpropria- tion for the Working Home for the Blind was increased bv tbe addition of (10.000 as working capital. Several mJoor amendments wero adopted, and a motion to :akr out the (14.000 for an amoseineot hall at the Toledo aayloai was defeated, when Use Mil pas'td. with affirmative votes and in UK negative. The then adjourned aaOl Moaday. COfCtXXATI SCFFEK8. Hi irate lli tor J. it. a arc Mom vhtcfc March tf. -TW Ttnandar Ml Lake March sVorm t in Thursday evening is ragiag with fary. a bijfh wind and Wiadiajr snow makiag pedeatrian- Michigan in a fary aad the north sboro drive swepiaway. Tbe in process wf utructaoa a point os JaXe Ironl nearly a mile vadcr lak wsth iratrr. Over half a million dolJam have m far Ima rnlcr- _____ _ ta ttrf TarMT ISM. "Sf -TV- lican of an-J 'Me.aM wc-re to wncrwl n- a-wrly all Fridav fcilL A miiMW Vut Urr tnrm- suit Escape ft fan .-v O.. A violeat wind storm city Friday and canned considerable dan- are arxionr: the bill top Tire struck aVrat a. m.. bow- 5as jfreat and la patli. were and splintered and At -I Tb-dh 3iTt .fttt.' oil o- t T 'j; jj. i 'i -w jr c v -it 11 -r r IM. -------v i" IA .-i 3. 1 ___ 'i i f r rJlll t rr f M q> Htfvi r? TV At, Sirireath Avtcurn avenue storai TV tin U> rise with frr carrviac with U tbe {rwn awl that tlr-re wn> x. KB I twm. Jj" vtf tV-tri-n IT a rr- In a funOn's i! arifi r.rr: VT I in it nt i i i, it i III tir'i tt sr 31... STH- -W..WP. -r. rf- 4hr-rV li "M i filif-n C< JrTirV m m i f f wwr, fc 1 1' I   

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