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   Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1890, Salem, Ohio                               THE EM DAILY NEWS. VOL. II, NO. 265. BSBil May Lose Next' I'liiicd States Seii'lte. SALKM. OHIO. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 8. 1890. TWO CENTS. ates of tho Penuri-atie Majority in Vary From I2i> ro 130. that the entire RepublK-ar. ticket is elected. Tho have i majority in the the standing 01 Republicans and u-' ctrats and Alliance men. MONTANA. HKI.ENA, Nov. Journal, Re- publican, now concedes tho election of Dixoa, Dem.. TO O-nrress. The State is Do'iiucratic by one majority. TV'iuslow, by Coiillai; ration. of nu-Jinos-i sleeping car Kt'turna From Which but Little ClAUii-cu I'rotii Earlier Ite- ports. THKNEXT COXGKCSS. TON. Nov. Tho la re- turns indicate inat aftor March -i, t'.e Senate will ho no.-.i-ly a tic. Tho big Ilepi'-biican majority ui fourtirdn ia the uppi-r branch may altno-jt totally HOT -v.-ry of a, rioi to a Teaues4v- ou the of Election. Nov. i'riva: .idvlccs Not a House Left Stanilinif ami Han- De-ire .-'on dreds of People arc Homeless. iu the Stock ami I-.itivi? Markets. Other from Johnson City. Te'in. Congressman Alt Taylor, pear thut ji'.oi to lor was discovered just ;i vent it 1-, i plotters were the home of I ir-a'iio it ap- .i-. Mr. Tay- to pro- Four Peraons Mortally liijurei! and One Instnarlv Killcil While Kstcsplng From i.ns, -iiniith. nt O-vcnsbt.rct, Ky. i Olhrr o Ind., Nov. terri- ble conrhig'ralion occurred ut a town iu 1'ike County, this State. Fri- day morning. Tho whole town has been wiped out of existence. The houses woro all frame structures aud the nro that all the on tho northbound li'nited on the Cincinnati Southern road was run into by a Louisville Nashville freight early l-'rid.iy Tne ao.'ulent occurred at .I unction City. Tho tracks I of ttie two roads at this point cross each I other at right anglo-v The Southern train had pulled across tho Louisville oi j tra. k. 'nit left tho sleeper Othrr "Vrio.l I.. O ,r HUtory. SUlll'ling thecros.siug. A L. .t N. NKW Nov. S. O. Dun A; Co.' I freight get awav fro'ii the engineer ou Weekly Review says: The vol- ,ho down trv ido and crashed into tho K .r.-ljrn for TtiHt of Any r MUtorv. and with the aid of such Sjn- aiurs as Plutno, and t'-.c- world be able to control in the Senate as wo 11 .1-: in the House. Tho Senate now stands i 47 Republicans and 37 Democrats. Idaho j over HnA Wyoming will increase this ma- minister. Michaels, who informed Taj-' spread with such rapidity lor's The was IKUO eilorts of the people to teen made, the uijr'u- LLore unavailing Not a lo.t ume of and for- eign, coutiuxic-s neyund precedent, in c'.ar-'c: -r is -.'epres and other siioeul From Other Citie, in I'.ut lluco ;n the stock market o markets are cen- Tho labor M-por. shn.' tin- oo-i.'h and in_' i.- of TUo injured are: Ail-tin. ant ijcnt-ral njjent of tho Northern Pai'iili' at St. Paul, and a score of anue :s.c-n 1..- in wait for tho would-be They did cot appear, however, and the exitement fair was quiel'-'l clown. Tho campaign between Taylor and rovc unava. stari'linir and 400 people are left home- less. Thore is no tiro and no provision was made for toe sudden iVstiiLjijaAiiu i vrv; u jority to H when Congress meets again Ms nont the in December. To overcome major- Mstorv of Taylor was'cause itv it wuuid be necetsary for the Demo- i tho h crats to train control of the Legislatures i in seven which elect ben.itors in '51. This result, is almost accomplished. According to present returns, tho Re- publicans have lost the L-eirislature in New York, Wisconsin, Colorado, Illi- nois and Kansas, and possibly Now States. This would leave a Republican majority of only two in the Senate after March 4 next. The Democratic Legislature of Wisconsin will redistrict the State so that the Leg- islature will elect a Democratic succes- sor to Senator Spooner. The successor to Senator Ingalls will represent the Farmers' Alliance, and it may be as- sumed will vote with the Democrats upon all economic questions. NEW YI-KK, Nov. estimates of the leading daily papers on the Demo- cratic majority in tho next House, with tho exception of the Tribune, very near- ly agree. The Herald makes it 141, World 145, Times 153, Tribune 120. COXXKCT1CCT. HAitTFOun. Nov. of the newspaper election figures with the first two sets of returns at the office of the Secretary of State shows numerous petty changes. The result of these changes is that Morris, Dem., for Gov- ernor has an apparent majority. The Senate is Democratic, tho [fouso Repub- lican and on joint ballot the Legislature is Republican. Some think the present administration will hold over until the General Assembly in January decides the disputed Nothing is likely to be determined formally and etticially until afier the meeting of the board of canvassers, which occurs this mouth. WISCONSIN. MILWAUKEE. Nov. returns from the First district show tho elec- tion of Clinton Kabbit. over H. A. Cooper, Rep. Tins leaves only ono Republican Congressman in Wisconsin, Haug-en, in the Eighth district, who has about majority, and Bailey, Dem., threatens to make a contest The Leg- islature will probably elect ex-Secre- tary Vilas to succeed Senator Spooner. Peck, Dem., for Governor has a majori- ty of about ILLINOIS. Cmr-AOo, Nov. S. Returns from 100 out of the 102 county's in Illinois on State Treasurer shew a plurality for Wilson, Dom., over Amberg, Rep., of PONTIAC, Nov. Congressman Pay- son. Rep., telegraphs: by to 7uO. This moans the gain of anoui'ji' Congressman for tho Democrats, the delegation stand eight Republicans .MINNESOTA. ST. Nov. all but throe. :ounties reported in Minnesota and of them olnVi'il. tho voto on Governor stands: Murriarn. Rep., S-J.220: Wilson. Dem., Owen. Alliance. plurality Tho othor and the oiiicial figures from Bounties already included in tho count may change t'nih a little, but not malori- ally. PENNSYLVANIA. Pnti.ATiEi.rniA. NOT. slight :hanges in the official count brinsr Pat- tison's plnrality up to 17.25S. Watros. Rsp., for Lieutenant Governor, has 1S.- plurality, and Stewart, Rep., for Secretary of Internal A Hairs, plurality. The Legislature will be 50 Republican on joint ballot, a loss of 52. MICHIGAN. DETUOIT, Nov. First. Second, Fifth, Sixth, Seventh and Tenth dis- return Democratic Congressmen ir.d the Third. Fourth and Eleventh With several precincts to hear from in each the district shows 5 small Democratic majority and the Ninth a small Republican majority. INDIANA. turns from the State at iarsre are just t-ecinnihg to come in. Tno only Re- PV.Mi'-aT-s to Congress are Waurh in th" Sixth and in the Ninth I'.oth of the are Democratic with a majority j- in :oint session. Lnily lurk i.i V. "Hdkliiij H mirk Aliout coining of such a calamity, llow the Ere originated has not yet been ascer- tained, but it Is supposed to have been caused by a defect-ire ilue. Several of houses were closo tog-ether and onco tho Cre had made some headway it was INPULT. impossible to isolate it. There will bo I much suitering among tho homeless people. i Sciiittor i Ow KXSHOUO, Ky., Nov. 3. A Urn I Nov. 8. Post-caster j started about midniffht Thursday night, j General Waminmker hns directed post- j in tho Rudd House, totally destroying- Sherwood, of tho Washington tho hotel. Guests of tho hotel were aroused by tbo cry of fire. They rushed to and fro trying to escape from tho buildinff- Charles Banford, of New Albany, Ind., was fatally injured by post-office, to suspend Mrs. Margaret Watkins, a clerk at delivery window, for using language towards Richard Qtiiy. tho son of Sena tor Quay, of i'em-vlv.-v-. Tno circu- jumping from tne lourtu si.nry GO tho latort account of the arrair has it that j pavement below. Charles A. Gamsey. young niiay iiskcd for l.is nft-'a mail i of Detroit, Mich., was frightfully at the delivery window and si.mo one j burned and will die: Charles Liobrccht, standing nn-ir dead. It i of Philadelphia, was iiurned from loins poos to the Dead Lot tor Oaijo Watkins. who was un iluty at tho window, thoughtlessly revealed the re- mark. Mr. Quay, it is sc-cmi-d to regard the matter as u at tt.o time and walked away smiling. to neck. His doath in momentarily ox- pectod. W. .1. of Cincinnati, was fatally burned. W. H. Harris was killed by jumping from a third-story window in tho Rudd House. generally undisturbed, thousrh the strut gle between morocco manufacturers aud walking delegates at Lynu still con- tinues, and there aro received rumors of a railroad strike in contemplation. Tho monetary situation is un.-.hanged. Tho reports from all of the. country show that business is large and healthy. Iron is weaker here for southern, and Bessemer is weaker at, Pittsburgh, but at Philadelphia revised ijuulalions aro SIS and upwards for standard Pennsyl- vania and 81" and upward for standard southern. More inquiry for rails is seen and the purchase of tho Allegheny mills by the Carnegie interest is expected to have an important influence, on tho in. rket. Foreign trado in October sur- passed that of any other inonlli ia tho history of tho country. Exports from New York- show a gain of in- dicating an aggregate of more than for the country, and imr-orts also show an increase of about S'.'.OOO.- 000. indicating an aggregate scarcely exceeded, it at all. in any month. The heavy excess of exnorts helps to weaken tho rate of exchange. The great depression in sugar trust certificates has much influence, but the shortness of crops and scarcity of money for specu- situation ia Minn.. logs W. T. Hani, g oral freight Savannah. Florida vV Western railroad, b-iek in- jured: Mr. Towl.'y. .if lielvidere. F. Wheeler. Fred R. Shaler and H. Shaler, all of Findlay. O .S. W. Wuool- er. of E. P. X. Y., wa-- a iu the wrecked slooper. lie said he could not for the os- cnpe of anybody in tho car. The online crashed it with sueli force that the whole ear was iti ruins in an in- stant and ihe woro ly thodubris. TUA1N A high wind was at tho timo j arc Mlfflcont rOMOns for a re. Me Mnm Who thn firo originated and after the hotel had been swept away the flames roachjd the IJank of Commerce building next Jour, and that :ind buildings oecu- of A Ilrmton pied by Marks Dregan, grocers, and presents fa.us to prove Quicksort i Co., merchant tailors, wore soon in ashes. Tbo building on action, which the great stronp-th of the farmers' organizations at tho West tends to increase. BOSTOX, Nov. S. In a l Herald presents facia -ruinjr prove that W. R. Colby, an independent slate writer and test o? thi-- city, is a fraud and fnrn- 1 ieavj vari- ous places in the couniry Because of his deceptive practices. AUo that un'ier ti rr.- ef Rains, assuming to he a ter. of robbincr rhe mails at I Tex., and to live the ho was .T. minis- .ai's iu prison, beinsr -i f'.rant in lt-7ii u: lie S-rured in Cir.'M T cisco and Onset i'ay ca'np by i it-r l S-in Fran- Hard Tinioa i" N. J. Nov. s. number of subpoenas were issued Thur-su-tj evening bv the grand jury of L'uion County, summoning persons fre- quent the track t" appear before the grand jury. A d' r .lined effort Is to be made to indict n 1-rge oi bookmakers now doinif business on the New Jersey tracks. Fresh indictments, it is rumored, are to bo brought against tho two racing in this county. ___ _____ A Wr-onij Er, PA'-'--. Tex.. Nov. T'-.on trie fie- ri-and of American consul nt the Mexican authorities have released Henry Henderson. can citizen wh Juarez, soil and drnfCCu r.-cl Mexi'-.ui official. The ities luivo given the that the ofTendinsr Mexican oHicor will be severely punished. Wcirksncn from corner, occupied by tho Owensboro Moa- tenger with its costly outfit, was the to be attacki.d and in a few min- utes it was destroyed. Tho tire then spread r.rouud the corner and burned the nuiidings occupied by Markers' sa- loon. Smith, butcher: Williams, furnish- ing goods: John uuiuiiarut, f uruit.ure; A. Wiidlry's fine stone building and D. A. Evans' livery stab'.c. TLo loss is red from on A i Airieri I i.iii at FATA L C'A it Ji Five llollinit Dye-Wood Licioor From H Timk. nt'.doKr.vx. N. Y.. Nov. 8. Just be- fore noon Friday an accident occurred in the Now YorK Dyowood p. ml Chom- ical Extract Company's works in Greon- point, in which John Gill, Michael Col- lins, John Lang, .Vhn McGuo and Pat- rick Gillurnan were severely scalded, Gill so badiy that ho will die. The lat- ter was in charge of a containing several thousand gallons of boiling dye- It was his duty, when tho had run out, to lot the bottom of ill': t-uik frill so that tho logwood sticks could be carried to the furnace for fuel. Through carelessness he let tho tank's bottom fall while yet thoro wero sumo ;-i gallons "rein, sc'-ilding tho wor.c- Mexican author- Kurapc of Ut-nt !i. 111.. Nov. Ank- home erected on the "i.nr.k- of ;h.: kno river, -near th's vilin-ro, Thursday afternoon, five walls fee! long and thirty-live feet high falling one on top of aiiotrior. Tn-j building was destroyed, causing daraairc. ng on the building Fifty men were worki at the bit only l inured. or iv.u seriously inj _______ Son Kich Nov. In to a r-hal- IcngC isFiiod to M. P.ourr-y. a 'Irarratic critic on the staff of the CY.uri'T Fran- Nov. S. Tbo Mutual Fin Insurant'" Coinpany of Chicago yoater- day made a gunoral assignment in the county court. The claims for losses and otaor liabilities amount to The nominal assets aro placed at largri losses, a cmiiOijuenl follo-.ve'l by a lo-is of donee and of holders of -ilium not'.-s tno buspeusiou. Shrevrrt Political to N. H., Nov. 8. Tlicro is nc doubt that tno xvill havo special session of the present Logisla i for It i.i now Ke. publican by majority and tbo mtln- bora" tor-nb do not expire until -Tan..arj'. They v.'ill then officially recognixo the now con.ius returns and will admit th? now rrionjb'jrs, giving thorn a triajoritj in tho next Legislature. Victim SEDAI.IA, Mo., Nov. T. R Price, who was shot on a Missouri Pa- cific train Thursday by Judge Higgins, ;an live but a few hours. Judge Hie- was arraigned in Criminal Court ind admitted to bail in tho sum of )00. Colo'nel Price mudo his will ierday and also au atite-morretn state- iient to the. county attornoy. In tho lal- ;er tho Colonel says ho slarin Iliggim in the. face for calling him a liar and rr.mediately afterwards shot b-- Uiggins, who fired from tho pocket wf ais overcoat. They Mail I'.ctK-r ICi-ntl Nov. R. Tho ignorance of English writers on American topics is igain illustrated by somu of tlio com incuts in Fri--lay's pap'-rs regarding tho American election. It is actually d glared in more than one editorial that President Harrison and his Cabinet ought to resign now that the country has repudiated their policy. Tho idea that tho American governmental sys- tem is radically dilTere-nt from the En- glish sooms not to have occurred to theso writers.________________ In TOPKKA. Nov. oHicial canvas1 has progressed far enough to show tliat the entire Republican State ticket has ir-i-ri elected with the of A. IJ. ICellogg, who is d'-feit'iil for rn-olec- lion as Att.ornoy CJi-neral by Ivos. tho Farmor.s' Alliance candidato. J'hn Re- publican majority is at about 10.000. Tho Kansas delegation will stand two Republicans and live Farm- ers' Alliance. Tbo Legi-datiiro is still believed to be a Farmers' Alliance ono. An tho VUsoMrl 1'itrilic1 Uoml Cut, Mo., Nov. west- bound passenger train on tho Missouri Pacific was wrecked by iraiu wreckers three miles oast of Ottervillo, near the notorious Robbers' Cut, early Friday morning. The wreckers had removed tho spikes, bolts and lish-plates for a distance of three rail lengths. Tho Pull man. was tho only coach to romain on tho track. engine, mail car and smoker jumped tho track and turned over. Tho engineer and four postal clerks received slight injuries. Tho smoker was filled with passengers, but, strange to say, not ono of tho occupants was severely injured. Tho two chair cars jumped tho track, but did not turn over. Tho engineer had stopped tho train a short distance from tho wreck to make a repair on his engine aud the train was moving only about eighteen milos an hour when tho engine struck tho loosened rails. To this fact, is due tho miraculous osiripi? of the passengers and tho train crew. A L'T U 51N  u- coun- ties: Preble. for Orr. 1.1T.J for Orr; for Orr P.ir' -..i: P- y, (innt.'.. tii- u-rubtT in tin only ciniKTitllc i: C'.vNi'ox. U., Nov. S. i.i.iy u iJeinoorat.-. their b.i.i -u r. 1'ho w.iges of the Ivi'publica'.is v.-i-ro ndC .ii'ire.'., a-i'1. t'le o'lly fcr lucinir the Oi'rnocrats' w.igfs was cause they voiod for .i. ainst Major MoiCiuiey. Otto Yours a prominent i'emorr.- u lu> e o' II. Kussi'll wiii'ther i! iruf that the reduction had been made the reply: "Hereafti-r inoursj traders will receive free tra ie An to 0., Nov. S. -The UvpnWicr- nn I'ottitiiilleo r.a ari- clross to ihe Republicans of tho titatfi congratulating tiioui on the victory o.' Tuosday in spito of the exertions oi Chairman llrico, of the National cralic Committee, and his yro'senco the State preceding th" i'li'-'liori. The committee says the r.-sult is an ID- dorsomenL of the Mi'.Kuili-v a. id aduiinititratioii oC and is a decision in fav-jr of Amcrlcax: :-.s against foreien r.--ts. I rftrfill Vi FT. N n-'ir has been caused :U four p.i I .IV. O'lito n H'irkett.svillo_ Mi of le rn, __ cais-3. by M. Mauri'1'- P.'-rnharcit. son ol j A cabinet Mnetitit- Sara Bernhardt. both met in j NOT. The first moot- the vicinity of this Friday 'murning j .ho Cabinot since tho elections ?urred Friday. Secretary Rusk and and fought a wero swords. M. wounded bis ami, whereupon t! The weapons used j v.ri-s SKATTLK, Nov. 5. ail but in S'.if: ;.TO U -p.. for arroll. This more than vot.- corr. "T f-v.-tr! d TT- :s Ii'.- .ri by .1 "i--i-- rr.a_ OTTAWA. Or.t.. NOT. Th'- v. CO-nstructing a new wp.ter on ih'- Canndinn P-'. 9--Official j with r., a I vnjr, ha- Lv, j tslists. aisisf-'J by fiiv be twp'iv- I an -v sa.a Aitorr.oy Miller only r'-nt. The President outlined and dis i the points that will b" covoro'3 in bis message to Con-rrcss. th" making suggestions as U their respective depart- Hcrself Ulntlow. Nn.v Y'.-'K, Nor. S. Mrs. Lilii" Hild- b wife of t agont of this -1 s'-i-'iflo at her resi'ii'-n-o yes- ;-y throwir.-; herself from a fx to '.he in fror.'. r'ontclit KouniN. PK'ivuiKNi It. I., Xov. y. skin glove tight for a side between Austin Gibbons, of P.itersou, N. and Mike dishing, of U'illiamsburg, N. Y., took place near here early Friday morn- ing, dishing- was knocked out in tho nineteenth round. A largo force of bporta accompanied the fighters from Now York to the rend'-xvous. Hotting previous to the fight was S100 to ;bO on Gibbons. Cotton Gin MACON, Oa., Nov. boiler of tho Alliance ginnery, at Thomaston, exploded yestorday. instantly killing Lon Rogers (colored i, .scalding Calvin White wounding Sam and Tod Weaver (colored) and J. C. Thomp- son, rn.'iiiager of the trinnery. Th': of houses in the neighborhood woro shattered and pieces of the debris broke windows in away. a hotel a hundred ards A Sr'U'rne. MONTI-EAT., Nov. The duties upon Canadian by the Me- Kini'-y bill resulted in the building on the of a largo poultry half in th'; and half in Canada. will bo fc-d on 'V- Ilepab- iicans havo elected the entire State tic-i-vt. The or.'.y th-j rn- 'uit is in doubt are the Firs; and Sec- Congressional dihtrir-ts. Th'; Ke- that Mr. at the z'-'V.-' J father wa? to the IV-ad T-'- i C-T ion? a fh-it and NOT. if di.'in side iay their an i t----- cross tho fr tc Flnrcu Stornit I Slimy Vi-rtSi'ld LONDON, Nov. piles ana great prevail throughout Urea i'riiain. Houses in all parts uf the. country havo been unroofed, bridge swept away aud wharvo.-i battered tt pieces by rushing winds and sweeping waters. Many vessels plying in the coasting trado bitvo been wrecked by the furiously driving winds and enor- mous seas which swoop the entire coas lino with irniM.stiblo force. Tho storn rages with almost oqual violence alonjj the eastern coast of Ireland and a yach cruising in Irish waters foundered ii P.olfast L'ich. Thoo.vuer of tho craft Lord Cantoloupo, a Scottish nobleman wont down with his ve-jsul. The great ost anxiety is felt, by ship owners, com tnorcial firms and insurtinc') com p.inn; as woll as by those having friends ab sent on yachting tours. Anitrlnn ArrtiOtikd I'f VIENNA, Nov. 'v i t cd that the Archduke John of or as be preferred to be Orlh, was accompanied on bis voyage to South America by hi.s wife, having boon mar- ried in London last spring shortly bo- fore, sailing. It is siippos'-d that she wit.'i her husband in shipwreck. VKIIX Will tho T'Hii.Auri.i'iiiA. Nov. At aconfor- cn'Ti of the politifr.l suppor'ers fif greasmrui Vaiix for n ction, it was declared tliat, great frauds wero com- niitterl in tho Third dis- trict and it wnsdet'Tininod to take for tho purposf! of coniesting tho elec- tion of McAleer. A Vlt-Min nt till) l.eluml I'lrr. N. Y.. Nov. >i.--Th-> nt- rnaius of a human body worn dug of the ruins of the Loland Hotel yesterday. Only tho skuil was intact, tho bones of tbo other parts of tbo body lying sepa- rate on a luattross. Tho roinaina aro supposed to b': Mary ono of tho servants of tho hotel. It :.-i be- lieved that she sought refugo from tho firo in the, after tbo flam'rs burst into her room. A ST.-iall tuft of hair was ioft unburned on the back of the head Terrlfif In J% Fort. STATT.X ISLAND. N. Y.. Nov. day ai'ArnooD shell exploded in a case- mate at Fort Vv'adswor'b. killing one man and four Tii'- fit wfirk tapping "cn- Siotsof filling t'no with powd'T and getting ready for use. It is not c'l'-ar bo-'-' but it is thatsorfie loos'- got into and tne b'-ini." 'n '.'o.iition ;.ow- the fearful ravages of tvntioid t'ovor. niiuilier of people havn tho vininity. Over thirty cases hav i repi.rt.diL ten of wl-.ich w-re .--i I S'-veri.1 others are pronounce.1 tn.pi-U.-is by tbt' attending pbysii'i'in.s. Tin1 supposed to originu' :-..in l.he u o. impure water, and ail u.-.t-f u.si'd for' family purpo.sjjs is iv v b_'. i :iu'..-'l distance of sef oral miles. I-l.i .r- (My. O.. Nov. The the LaV.e !''ne railroad time ;uro sent in deni. for uu lion in the pnv rate, ihiTeront iriL-r.l of liaiulliug trains, tb rating of trine.s. i-tc. '1'lie olli'-.ials oguixe tho detnund.i liirou couimilteo, and represoulati vos of nmployea have goin> to hi'lianap whore they will meet wi'ii t'nn oii'i- Itis iiDilnrstoii.I the ir.'-i. will loss their domuuds aro ;u '-e.l-nl to. thr I-VM Into i O., Scherrsrhuiidt, a pr fell into a cave while Nov. minent. inp.il. enir'igi-d in hunt.- I'Hii.Airr.i.riiJA. Nov. i hcid last nijr.-it .it Ac.vierny of Music T. At th" :sion 'r lho Sp'-'-Ches J. ilyar. in iv.-o -lavs' .sta? of an 1 ,2 rir- i'to pubr.car.s iorx av tb" o'hor SOUTH t> NOT. four ilAKTKAX, tro'.is ..r-- i and cons-.-.tr.' j t C'i :n n >-t A.-'x.. r V- Nor s rj- .'-a- o: Y.'. .rri josi is 250.000; no iaauraace. I losing fkVn. He ai- Sre "eady iooks aaggard and store and j 'orty-eight hours. weight has decreased ten pounds. Ilil pulse aor-sal yesterday. here A nUr.o. Man., Nov. Cana- dian Pacific officials here w-f- yesvrj.-laj- thai tho immen- of coal belonzinjr to th') Fort WjJlianj v.-i-.-re on f.n-ar. I 1 ing rabbits recently. Tne wa> ribout eighteen by twon ty aiul I..-..SOH the farm of luniel Young, two tniU-c- north of tho city. lnnilir.'.r rlo7 barjji'd ur.til lit' iu-; tcr K prodii'.a-.n'jnt and a II..LII c.irno t.o tbi'- rescue. Tho cave is of mysterious or- igin mid I'oiiti'in'id a UICK and aimo.St ri.sted away Count Xo f h. Tiie count of Hoime.s County ii.ii rna'lo. and footings made on Sf-r-tarv of St.atc arid p.n- as follows: C'rorn- f'.r ('firy of jority. and John gress. has I.'.M making Lli'' count -iril in ICnoK township n returns, owing to llonorn for :in I'oyd, C.ovrnor-e'ie.'t flf now li'jre and WoighmasterattheS'-v: Tho (Jovernor c-atii'j fr..f his father t.'ni y- >r- f 'i in- d 1 bv f I..-'" lay :if! on thr NOT. .TiL-.-d a tcr-i-iy ciarod Heaver.. On vs- :j'-.''r In- ar.'l 'i'-.- go to an UR- suicide. J A flre ..y to extinguish fruitless. tho Ca-ne3 woro Li.. Startod at two a'c'.'r.'ii in the store of H. "-our A Co. and to v.oro do strov-d. The '-aMmaV-'d at front toS400.ujo; covered by in- three years in I'D r.arne to this city, lie til a man grown. J'olS'inr.l I'.v I'.nti-i-t o.. N'i-'. Kiirock and fivesinni! soned Thursday nigi.t by cheeso which was matter of and one the latter age are in i. Th'; rest of tr." ?.''i.i.j Uy prompt i.iedi'-.'ii aid. I'atnll.V in V.'K T t'.M'iN. '1 arunxen "ht, u.. Kal '.win a a and Is fat injiir'-'l. A Narrow J: i v.'.ird scalo.--. I.-land age. nt.y and tiicn rosidud un- with be c-rc W ..-rvn re out a.-r.rer. VAX u bigamist who tri'-d few u-o. hid ;n :i corn goon !y turned to jail. th aro v. ar.d re- I I II f f .i! [fi 1 a 1 Til- a 1 !l FH at 1 lit I 1 i U: li m '5   

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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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$9.95

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Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

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Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
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!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
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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!

What our Customers Say:

"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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