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Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer (Newspaper) - November 25, 1891, Cincinnati, OhioWhole no. 4325wednesday morning. November 25. 1891�?twelve pages vol. Lis no. 20 from the ground end carried away Many pieces of Timber falling four Miles Distant. The residence of or. Tom Dennis in which were his family and himself was destroyed. Mrs. Dennis was severely braised about the head and had one shoulder dislocated while one of her children a Little girl had her brains knocked out by a falling Joia tand died to Dey a in tuber of Cabins were blown away leaving the occupant ii with braised bodies and broken limbs. The methodist Church was almost entirely destroyed As was the re Sidencio or. Clay whose family chanced to be absent the Cyclone was moving the Sapele direction As that travelled by the one which passed through Here several years ago and which destroyed the towns of Beauregard and Wesson. The National executive committee of the anti sub treas Orv Alliance. He is backed by a committee of Able men. A a or. Mcallister was not Only a note Alliance Man but he became additionally Well known through his impeachment for opposing the sub Treasury scheme. It was this which led to the organization of the anti sub Treasury Alliance. Or. Mcallister reports that the anti-6ub-Treasury Alliance in Texas now embraces 60 per cent of the Alliance strength and that the sentiment is particularly Strong in Iowa. Kansas. Michigan and Illinois. He also says a we Wilt present a protest before the Alliance to Morrow against the sub Treasury and third party schemes and against certain irregularities within the order. It is our intention to adjust this matter within the Alliance if possible but if we done to get a hearing or if our grievances Are not respected the organization of the anti sub Treasury Alliance will be extended to every state a the irregularities to which be alludes Are embraced in the Resolution adopted at the anti sub Treasury Alliance meeting at st. Louis in Wlinich a we denounce c. W. Mcgune. His words henchmen and corrupt practices As a disgrace to our order and a stench in the nostrils of Ait honest men who know of their corruption and s this Resolution refers to a Ertain charges against Mccune. In effect that he was perverting the system of Alliance stores to his own use and Benefit. T or. Mcallister says that he Hopes to secure the repeal of the preposition of official and individual membership what withheld support from measures which we oppose and he clings to his old Faith the the Alliance As originally organised is ate Hope of the producing classes of this apus in the Farmers Ance carnival a sorry on of the frightful scenes of carnage in old boy gets a rapid move on himself Antis practically sat upon hard foot thousand wounded and dead in whoops up the Atlantic coast at a Lively search in Mexico for recreation of no Avail water famine. But they will have a convention of their own next month. The City of Churchea greatly ice Onei fenced my Hazard Aye a Accident. New York november 23.�?asa result of the big break in the conduit in East new York saturday afternoon by which for men were killed. Brooklyn is on the verge of a water fat Ifie. There is scarcely enough water in the Ridgewood Reservoir to last even with the utmost care Over twelve or fifteen hours. The situation will be serious indeed by to Morrow unless something is done before then to remedy it. Heroic measures Lave been adopted to make the present Supply of water last As Long As possible or until Relief comes and a number of great industries of the City will be at a standstill tor at least one Day. All the factories using the City a water have been ordered to shut Down so As to save the water for the necessities of the general Public. The great engine which runs the Cable on the Brooklyn Bridge has been stopped and As Many people As possible were to Day being shoved across the Bridge by the locomotives. All the fires under the boilers at the Brooklyn Navy Yard have been drawn and work is entirely suspended. The water has been shut off from the boilers in All the hotels and office buildings and As a consequence not an elevator in the whole City is running to night work in every store whore steam is depended on for motive Power is suspended and the number of those thrown out of work runs far up above 50.000. It is hoped that the repair Cin soon be completed hut Well informed persons my that the work can not be finished before to Morrow a oon at f he earliest. Shortly before noon a fire broke out in the three Story and basement Brown Stone House at no. 237 Carroll Street Brooklyn. The firemen had no water and Tore Dowa the houses on either Side to prevent the spread of the flames. _ a frightful Rumor death and devastation reported on All sides. Third party men Vire Nally capture the Alliance and f. M. B. A. The history of the chilian Ravoli Tion from the beginning r to tit end. Ohio Pennsylvania and West Virginia Given a Tench of the business end of a Cyclone. Arrangements for the funeral which will be bold under the auspices of the g.a.r. Complete reports of the two important gatherings at Indianapolis troublesome problems. Treacher charred a a Alliance agent several members break into a secret c inference and oem Aad an investigation of what they saw. I or Benz. Dispatch to the Evo Tara. India Kaupo Lis. November 1 a there was a Breezy executive session of the supreme Council to Day. Caused by chairman living Ston of the special Coronitti it appointed to Confer with the Mcallister committee on the sub Treasury matter ref Irving that Mcallister submitted an argue ent against it Bat tailed to file his protest Java therefore there was nothing upon Whilt i to report. The 8ub-Treasury a advocates thereupon moved that the Livingston Cut Awn it tee be discharged and that the subject get dropped. The Mcallister crowd at he same time was denounced As boaters we bad attempted to stir up strife. Chairman 1 Kingston advocated a More conservative of tree and after a Long debate he was Success i 1 in securing a continuance of the committee. This committee was directed to secure a copy of the Mcallister Prett it for the information of the Alliance hut is practically certain that this is All the Good it will do Mcallister. While this Dob to was raging a Delegate complained that every thing said or done by the Alliance was Fine ing its Way into print and he charged that some unknown Meme a w. S betraying the proceedings to the re or Texial fraternity. Another Delegate sited that every thing done in the Alliance meetings was published a ave what the frees committee gave out for publication. On his motion every visitor was compelled to withdraw and a Resolution was then issued. Pledging every member to absolute secrecy regarding the proceedings of the Council. This afternoon chairman Livingston received a letter from w. A Tea mans of Missouri. Ene of the Mea hitter committee declining to entrust the protest tote ally Aneg nor would be discuss it in open session As called for by his instructions. It is now believed by the Alliance leaders that nothing More will Fie heard of the anti sub Treasury Alliance by of this afternoon the Alii amp ice Conti aed in executive session and l. I4 Olk of North Carolina was re ejected president by a Dakota Wojt chosen �5 Turner of Georgia. Secretary and j. F. Wil lets of Kansas. National lecturer. The third party men attempted to head off the re election of or. Hulets. Because of his violent anti Peoples party consolidation theories tit he was re chosen by a vote of 9 to la to executive committee of the confederated Industrial Union met to Day and Nanis Geuser decided that the great Masa meeting appointed for february 22 should be held in sue of the Central states and Benjamin Terrell of Texas was made chairman of a committee to visit the several cities named before selecting the location. These cities include Cincinnati. Louisville. St. Locus. Chicago. Springfield and Indianapolis with the Odds Savouring Cincinnati. Because of. The expressed declaration that the prese of that City was More Likely 40 treat the delegates with distinguished consideration than elsewhere. The basis of representation was fixed at Twenty five delegates for each 10,000 votes cast for the Peoples party. Or. Terrell gave notice that this would be one of the most important gatherings in the history of confederated organizations. There will be eighteen organizations represented and possibly Twenty. It is not intended to be a meeting for political purposes but the Union will declare its principles and the political party adopting platform conforming the nearest to that declaration will get the votes. This completed the work of the executive committee and adjournment fol owed sine die. The Reform press association to Day declared War against the National Union company. The same to include ail state agents under suspicion of being included in the Combine an a committee including or. Mcclellan. Of the Topeka advocate w. S. Morgan of Arkansas and Robert Payne of the Hartford Conn examiner was appointed to carry the matter to the supreme Council. To Council will be asked to rid itself of an institution which it is alleged is not Only bringing the organization into disrepute. But is sapping its life blood. C. W. Macune. Of Texas is one of the Rae whom this committee will attack. And. As he is a Leader of the Council a Lively time is anticipated. A this action of the association was the outgrowth of an anti state agents and an anti notional Union meeting last night in which the Trust and it agents were scathingly denounced. The press association also elected officers to Day. Including or. Mcclellan of Topeka Kan. President j. H. Mcdowell of Tennessee. Nice president it and w. S. Morgan at Arkansas Secretary and treasurer. The Alliance a bowing. The Alliance has a so called press committee. Which apportions to the outside press what in their judgment will not be injurious to the order. To Day they gave out that report showed an increased membership of Over 160.000 during the past year. Since the Ocala meeting 748 new Charters had been issued for sub alliances. Besides state Charters to new York Iowa. Wisconsin. Delaware. Ohio Oregon Washington and new Jersey. Little is heard in open discussion in the hotel lobbies save the proposed amalgamation of the Alliance the f. . A. And the Peoples party. This morning there was a meeting of self appointed committees representing these organizations to canvass the feasibility of uniting on a common ground. H. F. Tavbeneck. Of the Peoples part. Presided and in the discussion which lasted two Bones add More without definite results it was noticeable that the f. M. B. A. And the Peoples party showed Little difference of opinion the representatives of the Farmers Alliance shared a similar belief but they hesitated fearing that the proposed consolidation would disrupt the Alliance. After the adjournment Oto the joint committee chairman Tavbeneck slated that the amalgamation was probable a though the Alliance had not expressed itself definitely. The National executive committee of the people a Pany held to session to Day. Butts members report that while a the third party movement May not be perfected at this time the Nina of All the forces will come. It Quay be that Little save arranging the preliminaries will be accomplished at the present time but before the Alliance and f. M. B. A. Adjourn both will have been committed to the third party movement. The a Ommittee is sanguine that by United Effort the turd one a fortunate found in a upright feel Tea with shovel in heed. New York. November last night 100 men layered at the scene of the disaster at Ridgewood. Brooklyn searching for the bodies of the fear labourers who were caught by the Cave in of Sand and the bursting of the main of the Long Island water Supply company. That occurred yesterday afternoon it at 7 of clock this morning they were relieved by a new gang of 209 others. At 3hq the first body was recovered. It was found some Twenty five feet a Elna the surface standing in an upright position both hands firmly a rasping s shovel. It was identified As Paulo gun Dino. An italian living at 56 Canton Street Brooklyn. He hat a wife and family in Italy. No attempt waa made during1 the Day to find the bodies of the other three men. Hugh Murphy. Joseph Cosine and Philip Walloon who were caught Between the Timber and piling that by up the sides of the excavation for the new Iron main that was being Laid j every Effort was made to find the ton of the Brick conduit to learn if possible if it was intact or had been broken. When its condition has been established the question whether Brooklyn is to have a water famine or not will be known. Abbt fiee0e. Washington visited my n terrific Harrt Eanet destruction of property and month Basalt. A 7 \ Erc Cial Dis fact to ran Cosmis Washington. D. A. November 23. A for several hours to Day the nations capital was completely cri toff from communication with the ept Side world and at a late hour to night the telegraphic system leading to All sections of the country remain la a badly crippled condition. A heavy wind and rain storm amounting almost to a Hurricane passed Over this Eity about 12 30 of clock. Doing great damage to property and causing the loss of several lives. The Walls of the new Metzerott Hall in course of construction wore blown Down and several persons killed and Many injured. Georgs White a ladies tailor and one of his sewing women were take i out dead from the building adjoining Metzroth s. And two others were badly injured. One of the reservoirs of the Washington Gas company was struck by lightning involving a Lew of Bettt s60.000. A Section of the Stone Balustrade around the roof of the White Blouse was blown Down during the storm and crashed through the roof of the portico at the Eastern Entrance of the basement. A Large number of Telegraph and Telephone wires were carried Down with the mass of Stene. Completely shutting off All communication with the presidents mansion by wire. The Section destroyed was about thirty feet Long composed of Freestone in blocks and pillars and in falling carried with it a Large portion of the portico. The havoc wrought throughout the City has been great. The wind blow at the late of fifty Miles per. Hour and signs Chimney pots and every thing movable was sent flying. Many of Washington a most Beautiful Shade Trees were levelled to the ground several of the leading streets being rendered impassable fur books. It will be several Days before communication can be restored As it will take an immense amount of labor to get the wires in shape Seldom if Ever before were the Telegraph comps lies so completely prostrated. Advices from neighbouring cities show the Hurricane is general in this Section being accompanied in Many instances by furious rain storms. Amounting almost to cloudburst. Floods have resulted from the heavy rain in Maryland and South Eastern Pennsylvania and it is believed that reports of great damage and perhaps loss of life will be received As soon As any Means can be bad of conveying the intelligence. The Gale on Chesapeake Bay is one of the hardest known for years Gold and martyrs an Pasma no meeting at Limerick in Cem Mcmore ion of their Heath. Gueuk. November 23.�?an immense demonstration was held in Limerick in commemoration of the death of the Manchester martyrs. Michael Davitt John Redmond. Edward Harrington and others met on a common platform. The speakers demanded the release of the irishmen imprisoned in England. The meeting passed off quietly. Letters apologizing for their absence were received from John Dillon and we. Of Brien who were m Mitch Ellston. Wber e they addressed 6.000 people ata federation meeting. Influenza it spreads All Over France and a Ere any Heath Bate la Insela greatly increased. London. November 23.�?influenza is spreading in France and Germany. The epidemic has closed several schools in the department of Gera. France and one school in the Pere lash amp ise Quarter of paria. The epidemic has extended ail Over Berlin where the Painter Spangeberg. With Many others has succumbed to the disease. It is also very prevalent in Posen and West Prussia. The death rate in Hamburg is 280 above the Normal weekly average the increase being chiefly due to influenza. Jest the same been if. Site Groom was under a reset. 1 Chicago november 21�?albert Gove who registered at the Palmer House As being from Boston waa married to Day in the hotel Parlours to a very handsome Young lady. The strange part of the proc endings was that Gove was at the time under arrest. He procured a License at the county clerks office while in the custody of an officer. The arrest was at the hands of a or. Killduff. Of Montgomery. Ala. After the ceremony the Happy bridegroom an a a is wife Wen ton their Way rejoicing he warrant being quashed. It is stated that both Brida Ana Groom Are members of wealthy Boston families. Or. Gove gave his age As 21 and that of the Bride As 1& it is not known Arhat was or. Killduff a connection with the affair or Why the arrest except that it was a runaway his farm a i of the soft civilians Ops will be Princeton trial order meander. A att to Cornos All the eos nation the general order closed by saying scorn of military service in defense entry in the boar of Ber greatest Tbs glory of our order. His service Seet Etive of Bis government abroad by of the highest Praise. His duties a or of the state have Beer noted As and patriotic. His labors in behalf of Era have rendered Hia memory dear adot governor Chase left on Friday nist Erial appointments in fico ity was had to Day in opening up Hie communication with him. Tows located at Bowling Green and a a ted to reach Here to Morrow Nova. Vert damaging. And when found he Ceuta no to get it Baete he billed himself. Nashville. To in. November 21.�?mr. John Hammond a Well to do and highly respected Farmer living near Franklin. By. Committed suicide this Normag by hanging. He leaves a wife and four children. He sold Hia Tine Stock farm about a week ago and became dissatisfied. And tried every Way honorable to get it Hack but failed. He also lost heavily in bucket shop speculation recently. These Are supposed to be the causes of the rash act. The wind Holowa Guowu several houses near whee line severe injuries sustained. Wheeling w. A. November 23.�?a terrible blizzard passed Over this City to Day. And the rain Snow and wind played havoc in Wheeling. Little damage was done though telegraphic a re a were somewhat interfered with. From Points outside of the City however. Come reports of considerable damage. At Moundsville twelve Miles East of Wheeling the most damaging storm for Many years prevailed. The Carriage works were completely wrecked the building being levelled to the Earth. It was lifted bodily off the foundation and several men were on the second floor were seriously but not Tatally injured. The West Gable end of the Glass works was blown in and considerable damage done. From other surroundings news of More or less damage is coming in. The wind during the height of the storm attained a fearful to new York the Schoener whee Claud the first Selling vessel to Hake the trip. New York. November 23.�?it rather Aston Sibea operator George Hogan at the ship news office last night when he received word of the arrival if the american Shopner White Cloud from Chicago. So far As known the White Cio tits is the first sailing vessel to reach new York from the Inland lakes. She made the trip in quot sixty Days touching at Montreal Gad also at Portland. Maine. She passed to rough the Welland canal to reach Lake Ontario. And. After traversing that fake sailed Down the st Lawrence River. She is loaded with lumber. Ret Captain overboard. New Orleans. November 22.�?tb# Spanish Steamer Emiliano from Liverpool has arrived. Aad reports that daring a heavy Gale of october 14. At 4 30 a a. The vessel tras struck of a heavy sea and Captain Ventura Bengoechea. Master of the Emiliano was washed overboard Aad h0adly threatened a tilth pneumonia Fer two week put better new. New York. November 2l sex governor Hoadly. Of Ohio has Heen confined by illness for the past two weeks to his residence in this City. Pneumonia was threatened at one time but the danger is now believed to be past Aad his physicians think he will be out again in a few Days. A another new York Ronn tor let a not. Chatham. November 20. A senator Deane died at 4 o clock this morning at Hia residence. In Copake. Columbia county of Neur Ralgia of Tbs heart. A Cyclone strikes Lawrence Miksis Suppi doing great Ham age Little girl killed. Newton. November 23.�?a the South West swept Over Lawrence four Miles West of Here yesterday about 4 of clock. Several houses in its track were lifted bodily

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