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   Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1890, Salem, Ohio                               ALEM DAILY NEW VOL. IL NO-165. SALEM, OHIO, TUESDAY JULY 15. 1890. TWO CENTS. 0{ Frisrht'nl Disas- ter? iu V1J to the Awful Story of Lived jt" ami Homes Made Desolate. Thir tl Found W.itery of Uecov- ou Minn .'iiiv --The work t-12 of the steamer j cumT.enood yesterday I u-is light enough j v.ir, brought into i cJ boat loaded down with excursionists cap- sized, carrying fully four-score down tc death, a long sand bar runs out into the lake. Here, even in comparatively mild the waves run very hiyh. When the storin-baaten boat was driven up near this bar tho fury of the wind was at itc height. it vras blown orar by the wind aiu ".led by the tnomrroua waves as if u heeu a fragile slielL i ..e tcwa of Red Wing, whore so many of the excursionists j lire-a. is in the midst of deepest mourn- ing, being abandoned and the stores closed. In the homes of rainy Tarciiies lie the silent deal, while ot'Trs wait in dreadful suspense for the latopt tidings of the missing. Several minutes the cyclone made its appearance at Lako Gervais the members of the Good awid Schuv- raoier families and several parties visit- j ing tbem were either rowing or sailing on the lake, or silting on the outside of their cottages. Threatening clouds wore arising uud ibe cottagc-s were sought. In the Good cottage wore thirteen per- sons, in the Schurmeier residence were nine persons. The heavens grow darker and old Mr. tiojd, seeing tho cone- sbapod cloud far in the r.orth, predicted a cyclone. All the inmates of the Good Sundry Civil Appropriation Bill Debated bv Senators. Mr. Vest Opposes Any Sentimentality in the Matter of a PAn-Ameri- caii Memorial Building. r. ---i 3ojn as i tie vvrec-i nullf-d around the' sh'irc ar.u a b.iriro ran ulong- the wovkr'r forces to use t'f "he tlm" nj --oitiiiir other bodies out of the army of men was employed the aid of .'.nd picks a "rjrti-jn of the ctbin top was iv at e.irly hour. At o'l-bi'-k six more bodies were f-o-.i the cabin -ind there were wr.viei down under the. water, residence with the exception of Dr. bwlv of a vvoi'ian yet unidenti- M picked up on tbe shore of tho icar here. The lake is filled with fro-i! '-be boards fp preservers strewn on the beach niip up the lake shore. Hundreds izeni of Lake City fiock the shore, y them many-friend.-, and relatives one? whose bodies are leneatn the water. As I finish olojrain a has been attached Ifjr the body of a woman and being bailed up from the black making tbe sixtieth body recov- The gorioral opinion is that the iv- of tho loss of lives will be ed Tho liocly proved to it of Mis.s Ahc'i I'almer. Another that of a young girl, is just being .ed, tnakinsr -ixty-one. body of Frc d sever, of Ued Wing, iken oi" .vreck at Tbe of ruitiiur the cabin pro- totlie fact ihatthe f ami choprjinsr had to be clone un- ath tlto surface of tbe water. At n o flock tvn guns of tbe battery 1 ry WIM-C brought to i-'-ile ami since that timo they horn ar intervals of every miniK'-'s. in tho hope of Ivinging iijl.os M the surface. The name jzo Ailams. of L.ilcc City, was sent >a'-ly morni'ig as one of thai, had gone down with tho c. Adams, however, is alive and floated in the lake nearly iijnc. fiiully landing about five above City and walking homo aftnr rl-.-.yl-.r-'nt. inn h.nl a life preserver on, and in ion secured a htisre pl.ink on which oatfd the niyht. fie i that as he was floating awav from ro.'k ho n.iticcd a woman and child in? togorlicr. each with a life pre- r on. lie observed th'! woman y lea-.o tho child and sink out of and a few moments later tho child poarecl. There i- a great deal of in regard T.O tbe life rvors iisoJ. cut open only a f them wfre found to be composed .1 ni ijoritv of t'.ioiu hoing filled a sea-.vocd th.it would r.ot bold al'rnt aficr it Vcumo saturated 1 i report from the scene of shows tliat remarkable if ln-ir.g dime in bodies. tlc'-s ih'-ro are many who will "f' fn-u'.d. as U is almost inipo-wi- pot into the cabin of the sunken Tiiai is whr-r" many of the un- nates took refuge, and it nocessi- considorablo culling and tearing nhors to obtain even an entrance e cabin. The work of the boys of First regiment, who came down lh'-ir camping grouu Is, is a marvel. 0 aro U-.os'oamors working at tbe k to draw it asunder, in 5 lhat the bodies confined maybe wd. The nearest report that can is that there were 174 on 1 Uio steamer wben she weni i fapi-i.r. AVithercn, in command P when she vventdown, an- "I y-sterday morning and the ro- ttiaihofled. owintr to his hidis- conduct. is of little worth. It tin! was overcome and when he r-arnor about she sunk, ii-. July burst OVT Eastern Minne- ovoninz was in many re- in th" ar.nals of cyionf-s storm caused havoc i Eachus went down into the small cellar under the conacre. Dr. Eachus was urged by his wife to go too. but he re- fused. The wind the conn-shaped cloud was coming over a hill half mile north of the cottages, twisting huge trees out of the ground and canning them for- ward pollmell in its p.ith. The doctor had seen enough and be made for the collar. Soon there was a cra-.h. The barn belonging to Mr. Good had struck the hou.se, both going to pieces on the little colony cf seekers. They were all more or lesi injured. During tbe storm they rom '.inod in the cellar and wore compelled to take a thorough drenching. To in tho two Schurraoior residences fortune deals a. worse blow. Their places of shelter were twisted to pieces bv tbe firs; ami most violent gusts, aud uoii" oE thom having pre- viously sought shelter m the cellars. were at tho mercy of the --tur-ii. George Miller, cashier of the Kir-.t Xational "Rank of St. Paul, w.is carried forty loot and thro.vn to trie o.'-ih and killed. His wife was caivi'.-d -.o'.i.e distance and found burif-d under the. v. reck with se- rious in-jurics. .1. tl. Schurmeier, Rev. I'haefie and Cnar'.io Scliurineicr were evidently burled into the lake, where they drowned, as tueir bodies could nol be fou-id among the debris. Mr. J. H. Sen irmcier. Hub Schurmeier and wife an 1 the female servant wore c-u-rind lut a short dis- tance and larded 'imV-r .some trees. Since Monday morning the rescuing parlies succeeded in iking seventeen more bflies from the ".recked steam or, which, in addition to th" fifty-two to lied o-.o piukr-d upon the shore of tbe lako near this city and another a milo above tbe wreck yesterday aftar- noon. brings tbo total number of bodies recovered up to seventy-one. Tt is now reported that the officers of tbo ill-fated steamer worn nrare or loss under the influence of irundav nisrht wbon the bjat started from Lako City on the home journey. The num- ber known to have b-'-en saved is "ow estimated at about which leaves about 115 thought to have porished in rne vvivcic. This will undoubtedly be drninishe.l as full returns come in fr ,'u tuoio v.-hoc-PC.iped. From all that can be learned, tbo storm did not seriouslv arfect ar.y other locality than the vicinity of Lake City. Some of thc'crops on the farms near by which were in the oath of the hurricano House District of Columbia Without Doinjj AnytUlng: of Vub- lir Ju'.y IS morn n.'Mr Hoa-o'Tol :i ro.solu'.'.oa v.liu-h ncr vii to. r.ilhi.1 on the of Trea-iirv for -ucii rop-jrts of the or tho v-al ;at oa of -ug-ir :U Ibv? New Yor'.v c of lhs civil ;u o-. MI. Mr Allison in I'.e a ir :'.e -u.'us of l'i-' the various .sfrjroiirU'tion Tiio TUP.I'. s' 'iu- itaiy Academy tue Armv hi Is h id b'.-t'omo l.iw-; ihe 0 uii'ula'- aiil Dr.ilom illo b'.l! w.is l.i the of tho ior.1 tiie 1) strict fp- luniDni aiul bill? uer-1 nouJmt; in I'onfi reno'j: tup ijil! woul tv reported ihe Xi'.vn'.. the K'.vcr Hm bor and the Suai'.rv il ore- still uiuic'.ed on hv the S n 'to. The General IJ-iicioncy bill was still An item of for 'he eiw.ionof a will t: to Uie building of f.-.c of Printing t'.i- ;v- to hand and steam lu pr.ni'int cnrrc-ni-y, eic. sji-a'ic: up Mr Ockreli cm mod the v.-o fit h.uui i r i> .ill ni.-re.i-" o: 'r'il.iXO '-1 theexpen-es of the buren-i an'l uo'.v lor an addii.onal huii'iinr v a- called '.or. Mr Haw- -.ud tli- ceii o' iulJUioual room vjv entire- ly iideyenden; of the press question. lie mum- it better work was cloue by hand 'nat were more or les.-> by wind and hail. The damage to buildings in Lako City will probably oxc-ed 100. 000, and may fall considerably below tbat. The bodies taken out yesterday wore taken to Red "Wing, where they will bo identi- fied as fast as possible. Atljustini; the Cluakm.ikcrV Strike. XEW YOJIK, July yesterday's meeting of the cloakmakcrs and their employers the two points at issue were further discussed a'id fhe one ing pay for timo lost by the strikers was settled by a in wages suffici- ent to miko up th" Io-s in time1. Th" othor point, namely, i'ao discharirc of non-union men wrm b rl places, was not (juit-o tho rncetinir adjournc-1. i', had pwiic- ally non-union should bf imiucf.'d tbo union ar. i tako their c'uanccs of r-mpioy- mf-nt. Mr Harris as the rr-uii of an invostiga tion r.i.nie Sona'or IliseOck ami himself 1 year, his oyin on that steam presses did the be--t v.-o.-k. Mr Gorman said lint the cost of hand over that et frteani pre-'-es was only to ten per cent ;md the   st opposed it .is a of ;ue .-.en-'m-nt ii programme to "Pciiro So rh At-iencan Stnte': Tt non 'o I'MDI'C? th.it (.'l.imo :r "i" s'ibieut in tne wav tn >l -vviniiO i i-.np snca T.raJe. Aft -i f'l i tUi; .'.uu-'uiiuviit went wl'houl el Ravin" o." ae i f pices of the lull :t w.i- i -n't to fur i My m -t.itiite in rela tion to guano i-l-i L, .i'so tho llou-f bill openi c -ti.oin "it n. portion of t'ie Por! I'l i..t.u- in Pou'h :i's.i -i bill !o i.le for Hie o' tii-5 i -in.--, "c it irv v.iiion in '.MI.-.' iisai nn.ler the honL ad Ij'va T e S -n.ue th.'ii alourneu. t- Ko Committee of t'ie 01 o'-Vilu'ubi.iaifjirs th- b II ii'.i.l-r cji.s ".'''I': b" 115 1 o railro-nl mil. t.> of tin- hi 1 '.'r MiliK2> o' '.t i Mr He.nl. of o." tliink'nr noi.h'n-r f.iir whir-i no: in the Hf.ira CM l Mr Mi.' tl-i -y t.1 rni'ro.i -n.iii r -mo- e vtation from Rota .i.i'l tstitji of Vir piri'a a-i'i an 1 T'i ua-> .IT- 1 to. Th co-nirnfee aie-inlintriv rose and le po.l'-cl r v-o 'n-lsiiioii o th.' The the bi'l Sldted. cora-uifrd o CUBAN ANNEXATION. Spaniali Smlit to bo Anxious to Sell the Pearl of (he to Undo SHIM. WASHINGTON. July 15. Ripo- lito Murua and Policarp Munoz, con- stituting a special commission from tho Spanish government, have visited Wash- ington within the past few days. Their movements have been very mysterious. Press correspondents have just discov- ered the mission of the strangers. It is to ascertain the feeling both on the part of the government of tho United States and of the Cuban residents hero as to the possible eventual annexation of Cuba to the United During their in New York, whence they arrived last week, they tnoroughly can- vassed the views of the Spanish-Amor.- can element in that city and found them almost unanimous iu favor of annexa- tion. Senor Munoz. in conversation with a correspondent, said: "Prior to our de- parture from Spain we wore fully aware of the change in the Cabinet and now that Senor Del Castillo has tis.sumo-1 'no ollice of Prime Minister, we may lully expect an almost complete and formal of the republican element in Spain. Tho republicans there, or those, who favor an overthrow of monarchical rule, arc uni- versally in favor of disposing of tho isl- and of Cuba to the United States." price is set upon the "That 1 am not prepared to say. as our negotiations have not yet reached that was the reply. "And do voii think that would reach the "0, no: not by any mo.m.s." "llow about "I am almost positive that Spain would give this oiler a very scriors con- sideration. You see. tbe feeling which pervades the present Spanish govern- ment is a conciliatory one. It tends to- ward establishing perpetual peace with all nations. Tbe object in as- certaining the disposition on tbe part f the United Stalen to acquire Cuba ia that it sees a v.ay to relieve itsover- burdunod finances. Bottle its interna- tional disputes and it once more on a par with other Kurope.m nations." WHO GOT MOSKV? Tmprotuilile Aii.ntt tlio Kob- Ijorv- of :IH 71'M 1-1 AVimly City. Ciur.vr.o, Ji-lv Northern Pa- cific Express Company's office, at No. SI Dearborn street wae robin d of Saturday nigln. Two of th" clerks were in the office at tbo time working- on tbo books. Ono of Uie clerks tolls the fol- lowing story: A niasko-l gained an entrance through tbo door that loads off tbe alle-s and .ifter chloroforming the elorhs knc.ckod the other the floor with a blow from a "jimmy.'1 lie then broke open the money drawr and took every clolla: it contained. Stuffing the currency into a bag he hastily loft tbo h-iiUling bv the roar door and made, h.s down the alley. No arrests havi been made and the clerk's story is dUeivdupd. UCT rV E 7.R. v.v, X. V.. Started Mondiv not suppressed until -I uly 15. morning and w.is the soutti .si'in of .Main street V.MS onrireU- destroved. Ass'.sta-'r-o ij.imr- from Corry, but too late to be of sarvicp. A-rionsr tho build- ings destroyed woro the- post-oUice. Ex- celsior 1'ock's clothing Strong's hardwire store, Thompson's drugstore, Gravov lloloi and Reynolds' grocery. Loss 350.000. Si-ven ti SAX FuAxn-r-o. .Taly follow- ing were killed in aoollbion Sunday be- tween a train and a w igon at I-iadon. San Jla'co County: Jlo.irv Strobel. Mrs. Henry Strobol, Erbel Strobel, two v.'omen, names unknown: two men. names unknown. Xo blame is attached to the railroad company, as the accident was apparently tho result of tho driver's mistako. ________________ Aided Bunk tVrerkr.r XF.W YOIIK, July A. Sim- mons was arrested yesterday, charged aiding and abetting President Claasen. of the Sixth Xational Hank, in tho of ?liOO.OOO in bonds at the time of the late bank -wrecking op'-rarions. Simmons was arraigned bo- tiiui of ('rotiorvy. Oa.. W.irtli July Firo Sun- day destroyed Litilofiobl Co. "s wharf and warehouse ar.d spioad north ivard along tho fro-it. dcstro., ing Frank- lin's warehouses, Isaacs store and ware-houses, Seigue's fish house. Hancock X-. i )_rg's ofiio'j. 0. Down- ing's two warehouses and wbtvrf, Drury'.s threo warohouse.s, the St.. Simon's boat line wharf and warehouses, the 15. >t wharf and ibo wbarfmasicr's house. Large quantities of grain, bay, grocer- ies, liquors, turpentine and rosin were destroyed. Two vessels narrowly es- caped tho fire, as did also the Ocean Ilotel and Times building. It is re- ported that throe men wore burned to death. Tho loss will reach Items Collected From Many Sec- tions of the State. TIME UP. Fine Opportnnlty for of Tiffln to OUplay Some Activity anil KntcrprUp. TiFvnr, O., July the past few yoars this city has had an influx of tnanufnctories, but from present indica- tions a hogira of the older plants is im- minent. The O'Brien wagon works has already contracted to locate at Lafay- Ind.; the woolen mills have closed down preparatory to moving to Drydcn, N. Y.: tho nail works arc now closed; the Xational machinery works have been soliciting bonuses for the past six months, and it is now hinted that ttie Union churn works is open for proposi- t i It WHH I.omled. LONDON. July Holland, tho fifteen-year-old son of Ed Holland, of this city, picked up a shotgun in the res- idence of Louis Cl.W.or Sunday evening, and. thinking it was not loaded, pointed to the window, and said- "This is tho way to shoot rabbits." Tho gun wasdis- fharged, the load passing through tho window, and part of tbo contents en- tered the back of Maggie Riloy, who was passing on tbe opposite side of, the street. She is about sixteen yours of age, and just arrived from Ireland. The physicians say the wound will not prove fatal. SulcUlo of Courtfsun. July Stephens, one oi the lenders of the demi-monde of this city, took a largo dose of opium with suicidal intent, and died Sunday from tho effects of it. She is a woman about twenty-five years of ago, and has highly rospecte.1 relatives liv- ing in Hucyrus and Marion. Tho cause ts unknown, but is thought to be on ac- count of a love affair. Le owned some property. ____ Ctnthoroil Around WoosTr.u. 0.. Jttly 15 Jen- nings, of Keodsburg. died Sunday night from the effects of sunstroko received while at work in a liar vest field Friday. Mrs. Jesse Dice m.ule two unsuccessful attempts at suicide Sunday by throwing herself in front of freight trains on tho Fort Wayne road, but was "pulled frorti tho track each time by her husband. Only One More to Coi.i'Miu's, 15.-- ISvocky Smith, the murderer of Ilridget liyron, has but one day moic to live, unless Governor Campbell interferes with the sentence of the court. The date for bis ex- ecution is July and, according tolaw, the execution will take place before sun- rise of the day which begins at midnight of July M. S. Marks, traveling salesman for Moon: it Co., of Rochester, X. Y., has disappeared from the Batesllousc in thiscity in a manner to cause the keenest anxiety as to his whereabouts. He came here a week ago Monday aud after arrranging for display a large lot of samples in hi-5 rooms at tbo hotel, went down into the rotunda. Ho told one of the clerks that he was going fore Commissioner Shields amfhcld in I out to a fcw customers. ,nd sinco S-2.-..000 bail for examination. I thcn has bor'n no of his whereabouts. Detectives wore notified, iSniirnn-ikiTH-sink.- Cminii. i but so far thev have not obtained cvi- Lake and L; n.-irr.e 1 is .1 small In north St ''pin i- -imply a river, b "i s-.orrn .11 Mriicc a PKNVKK. reached here from rs. '.Vyo.. i cyclone. I i- s rr.iioi :n havy aai >ani ilivis. e I' mine. I-A co'. i. Min'.-rs hav 1 bare July strike of dence enough upon which to construct a j the boib-rmakors in Pittsburgh and A I- theory. He is forty years of ago. and is at an end. Of not a drinking man. tho ninotoen shons have auroe-'l to the nino hoiirs per day proposition. Th" j others give up the Sght. an'! Master W'-rkrr.-in Evar.s si-itf-s that bv i Th'jrs -r.-ork -.vili have in all the shoris An J. nin shot and X'-; r at Xatior..i. is A most and Ilnwln in Tyrol. VIF.WA. Tbo snow which already Covers tbo central Alps fontin- uf-s failinsr and the dis- trict and the surrounding fi'inlry pre- sents a arc-ary and wintry lan'ls'-ape. The rivers having in tho Alris have ovoruow-d their banks and the vaiiey of the Adigo is The '-ity of Tr'-nt. in the Aus- trian Tyrol, v.r.ich a pojrjla: on of is partiaiiy si.b- .n a i.i'v >-.-.'.-.T ier arrest. Shot J-jir that A cas-i s: "vc-ning by ti. W'-'ian-.s. tbf- of the Col- A path X- C. Jsiy JsJy U.- 414 aot oftcUl All :IM ys; fbeir TkM itve tlrni Joiy proml- __ _____ of the Reading- thai ha  ordfrr cxjsi- pellisf ail of the company to from the brotherhood of cf tbe o Church 0, July n Mary's Catholic church at Clyde was on Sunday dedicated witli appropriate services. Several thousand strangers were in tho city from Toledo, Fremont, Norwalk and Tillin to witness the ceremonies, which included a parade and tbe sorv- icos in accordance with tbo, ritual of tiio church. Tho Advance ftuunt Arrivi-B. Ct.rv, advance guard of the great number of Republic- ans who will attend tbo State conven- tion in this city this week lias arrived. A glance at the hotel registers Shows here and thore the name of some well- known Republican who has -played an important part in State politics for years. ________________ Oipft From Wonnils. LoriAX. July Spears, who was so terribly carved by James IJird at Mt. 1'leasant a few davs ago, died Sun- day in great agony. Coroner I loft held an inquest and found death was caused by knife wounds made, by who has Bkipped. A day or two ago P.ird gave Spcarh 510 to fettle the matter. Cut Her With Knr.nr. O.. July Mrs. C. Butts, wife of a P., V. A. brakeman, attempted suicide Sun-lay night by cut- king her throat with a r.-uor. Sho par- tially severed her wind pipe and one rein, but prompt work of physicians Bavcd her life. Family troubles aro said to be the cause. SuicMe of :i Vofcran. July 15. The body of Christian Triner. a.n inmate of the Sol- diers' Home and formerly a member of Company P., Thirty-lhir'l O. V. I., was found in the bay here Sunday night, ho having evidently committed suicide. He came to the Soldiers'Home from Flrr in a Saw Factory. O.. July in the saw factory of James Ohlon's Sons, dis- coTcred early Sunday morning, de- stroyed worth of patterns: par- tially insured. Supposed of incondiary origin.________________ T11E GLASS WOUKEK3. Sri'.iv'-rini.ri. O.. Jul- Contractor P. J. was instantly killed yester- day by a premature explosion of dyna- mite la s. quarry. A Va.. July An '-ssi- boctd train ran into a freijrht train at Gladstone. 120 raiies west of tais rftr on the James river division of the C. A O. raiiroxJ Sunday. Killing two and iajorinsr four others. The of tbe accident a misplaced WIJL A ombltgnx Police Mya Onto MeAsUA. et at the for f OoavnoUous Now In ic Hold at BALTIMORE, July It is very liko- ly that the tnree conventions of glass workers which have been holding annual seSMons in Baltimore since the first part last week, will wind up their business in a few days aacl return home. Work in the variov.s glass man- ufactories, however, will not be re- sumed until September. The American flint glass workers yesterday received and adopted tbo report of thoir griev- .nr.eo committee. Five of tho regular c.om'iiiu.'os "o .Heard from and they :uv ne-j'-ly re.: ly to report. Tho election of o.U tho absorlr.iiif topic of discussion. The Civon Bottlers' Union is blil! at work on us so ue of price's, with notbi'ig new to r-'port. Thoro were but few Jclegates of the Improvi-ii Green Gi.iss Pri'ssei-j' in atlondance yosrord.sy and tbo >ession was devoted to rho dtscus-iou of ro ports. Th" league to finish and aJjoo.ru lo-dj.y. T K S N I C ATS. iltmltiie tur tlio Gitber. Vini-iiHt'.mi Stivn-jM' uf l-'ariiu-i-s' AUiiiii--.'. NA-HVH.I.K, Tenn July The Tennosseo Democratic State convention meets here to-uay for tbo purpose of nominating a c.iaduialo for Governor and to nil tho vacancy on the supreme bench caused by the death of Judgo Folkc-s. There :tre four caudMatcs for Hon. Josiah Putterbon, ox- Congressman John M. Taylor, Colonul Jere llaxtar and lloa. P. r.ucuan.in, tho candidate of the Farmers' Alliance. Huchauan will have half the convention on tho first ball, t, but as a two-thirds vote is required to nominate, it is hard- ly thought be will secure the honor. For tho judge-hip there h.ilf ;i dozen can- 'lidalos, tbe ct.iuci-; f.ivoring lion. li. J. Lea. of tiu- 1-tsi Si.ato Sen- ate. for tkn ON THI2 litest uiul Following are llie of M "-y's games: x v riov vi. 1.1: At o, At New u. Ni w Vjrk 1. At t, Phila- delphia IT. At P.rjjklyn 10. At i. 13. At Xew 10, New York At 7, Philadel- pb.ia VJ. At P.rooklyn Put ,buvgh _, P.ruoklyn 0. ____ _____ (iniiii'd Co-ilrol ol liin X J., July 15 The Penn- sylvania Railroad Company has gained control of Uio, Ci.vi.fu Stock Yester-lay the J-iU'.-tion Rail- ways and ITPion Mock Y..'i'; Company was H-MV with a capital stock of of -vbich is paid in. The pri'i'-iii-.i! iticorporators aro J. Sn-.voll. of I ho Pennsylvania rail- road, an-l John llney. of tbo Adams Ex- press Company. Tbo of the company is to b-iy and soli ami other- wise deal in the slock ot the Chi- cago Union bloc.-v Y.u-ds and Transit Company. Olil i-Vml KniN in n .tinnier. PINI: Hi.rri-, Ark., July L. and T. P. lluddloitono, hrothi-rs, vvoro shot and killed near here Saturday night by Charles Pavrott. The shoo ting was tho result of an old fund botweon tho two families, who ;ire numerous and wealthy- There are four rnoro Huddle- stone brothers and thny swear ven- geance, and as the Parrolts swear to stand by their kinuman, more bloodshed is expected.________________ Forty VictlitM nf Tioifn Disaster. CHICAGO, July 15. latest police report relative to Friday night's explo- sion on board tho steamship Tioga would indicate that over forty persons wero blown into eternity. The head officers of tho I'nion Steamship Compiny are willing to concede that twenty-five were killed, but a careful review of tbe situa- tion and a recount of tbe known dead and missing raises the number to more than lortv. NI.VGAIIA FAI.I-S, X. terday afternoon while- Join all, the elevon-yc-ar-ohl .son oC the late chief of police of place. wa9 climb- ing down the Indian path to tbo river bank be slipped and fell down a straight precipice of fifty feet onto the rocks below, injuring hitn so badly that he died shortly af tor being picked up. They Will Ltiuit ixbate. WV-HIV.TON. July Tho Senate Republican caucus lau by a majoritv agreed that a change should be made in the Senate rules to make It possible to limit debate and pass the Federal Elections bill. The form of the change w as not agroed upon. Xew York Work. YoiiK. Tbo Prohibi- tionis'.'S last night .T'njinatol a city county ticket, Leaueti hv Deaorest 'or T. for Comptroller. Cn.tr'. "s K. .'or District Attorr.oy. an i i'rof. John 'or I50.0OO 'Loft Ttrr-. Tex- July J-'.ro ed toe by the tbe Jc Mid before it could the pled bj nntnbcr of ixes fslly __ Twelve KT.. A txtd near IWforA. n nitoMd. Into Is fltlkri Oaiptrt T. 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Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!

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Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

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Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
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  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

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"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

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