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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - January 17, 1889, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new philadelph1atimes. Saluel Moore proper. New Philadelphia. Ohio. The interesting fact is announced that the wealth the Vanderbilt family now foots up $-74,000,000. Mme. Patti Nicolini has at Craig a nos a huge automatic music Box which plays All the great operatic Arias her repertory. In this Broad country not a drop rain nor Flake Snow foil new year s Day. Not Many Days in the history the country have such a record. A great Deal the English Holly in the Market Over which the Syndicate poets go into ecstasies this season the year is really grown in new Jersey swamps. The Rumor comes that mme. Patti has been offered the Cross the legion Honor by Tho French government. Patti ought to take it. It will Cost her Only a song. There has just been consecrated in Philadelphia a Church for the exclusive use the deaf. It if the first and Only place worship in this country if not in the world that is managed entirely by deaf mutes. A brother lord Wolseley Frederick Wolseley an australian squatter claims attention for having invented a sheep shearing machine by which one Man can Shear one Hundred and forty sheep a Dav clean As a Whis to several years ago a Coal mine in Japan took lire and forty Lifty miners were entombed. Recently the Mouth the pit was opened and searching the bodies the victims were discovered. By the action water they had been converted into Stone. R that was quite an excusable slip the Tongue which a Young orator made at the Imperial federation meeting in new York the other evening. A a she who said referring to Canada a a has completed her Twenty first year she has attained to her Robert Brownings first poem was written at the Early age four years. One Day just As his Mother was about to give him a dose Medicine the Youthful poet struck an attitude and recited All people if you wish to see a boy take physic look at Josephine Bedard a pretty French Canadian girl visiting in Lewiston me., says she has eaten nothing in Sev eur years subsisting entirely water and now every restaurant Man from Moose head to Penobscot is trying to sell her a Twenty one meal four Dollar commutation hash ticket. It is reported that a Frenchman has invented a Shell in which is enclosed a powerful aesthetic. It is intended to explode in the enemy s breastworks and put Thorn All to sleep when the wide awake Host will March in and arrange things before waking up time. It is a great improvement Over the old method. Nothing remains the famous English settlement Jamestown va., begun in 10u7, Savo the ruins a Church Tower and this is crumbling year by year. Tree roots have cracked Tho monumental slabs in the churchyard and thus one the few localities recalling the first years american history is slowly losing its distinctive features. It is no wonder that foreigners consider the English language so difficult to master when we think Tho great change that a single Lottor makes in the pronunciation it. The letter c changes Lover into Clover d makes a Crow a crowd k makes eyed keyed g changes a son into a song 1 transforms a Pear into a Pearl s changes a Hoe into a shoe t makes Bough bought w makes Omen into women. A Monument has just been erected in Sherburne Chenango county n. Y., Over the Graves colonel William s. Smith and his wife. To was a favorite aide de Camp general Washington and took part in Twenty two Battles Tho revolution having entered Tho Patriot army at the age eighteen years and served through the War. Ilis wife was Abigail Adams the Only daughter the second president. James a. Stewart the newly elected mayor Griffin ga., is one the youngest mayors record his Twenty second birthday having been celebrated in August last. He is the son congressman j. I. Stewart who was greatly surprised when to heard his boy s election. Young Stewart entered the Campaign but one Day before the election and received thirty nine majority Over one the most solid citizens Griffin. Or. And mrs. Gladstone Are thus pictured by a London daily paper As they appeared the platform Tho occasion their recent visit to Birmingham a both were in evening dross the lady charmingly attired in Crimson silk Black lace and diamonds and carrying a Swan Down . Gladstone with Tho customary camellia in his coat a his dress shirt open at the neck for Strong oratorical Effort a and the Way his White tie thus made easy for its customary journey to the Side the neck in the course his coming the English Law libel has been recently amended by parliament. The new amendment makes the proceedings Public meetings if accurate privileged publications in Case the meeting is one Public interest and concern. Hitherto Tho newspaper publisher in a prosecution for libel was compelled to prove that the matter complained was published for the Public Benefit now it would appear to to that the plaintiff must prove the matter not to be Public Den fit. In Many cases this might easily be done. Recent dispatches from the Congo brings news a sanguinary revolution in Uganda. The English and French missions in the kingdom have been destroyed the missionaries barely escaping with their lives. There has been a general massacre native converts. And Christian influence which had obtained such a stronghold through the efforts Stanley and others has been swept away and the Mohammedan Power restored. The arabs threaten to exterminate the missionaries in Central Africa declaring that christianity shall be driven from the land. The news condensed. Important intelligence Tom a . Fiftieth Congress. Sec Ccu Ltd ass sign. Tuesday Jur. Tho Icv Ace Bills Wero Tatco cod to regulations As to time plats and manner hoi 1-�?Ttig elect a for representatives in Congress and to establish harbours Refuge Ftp near Point Barrow and Point Alaska and at Cape he Tariff Bill was further co fest cd. In the House the sundry Bill fli2.8l2.ti96 was reported. In be rest the Day was devoted to measures for. the printing committee and to further filibustering by the friends the Oklahoma Bill. Wednesday Jan. 9�?the Nevate voted to Uon concur in the House a Amend meets to Tho Nicaragua canal Bir. The Tariff Bill was further Dise Issod. In the House Tho time wits in filibustering Over the Oklahoma Bill. Thursday Jan. 10�?discussion the Bill occupied the time the Beute nearly twelve Joges tie chg disposed . In the House the Day was again passed in filibustering Over the Oklahoma Bill. Friday Jah. Tariff Bill was further discussed in the Senate. In Tho House Filfilu tearing prevented the transaction any business. Saturday Jan. 12.�?in Tho Senate the Reading the Tariff Bill was finished. A b 11 to provide for regimental bands a s introduced and several presidential nominations were confirmed. In the House the Bill to revive the Grade lieutenant general Tho army was favourably reported. In d cussing Tho diplomatic Bill . Mcadoo n. A advocated abolishing United states ministers abroad said the interests the United states would not suffer if ministers were not sent abroad and said the system was absolutely unfitted to the character a free country. The pension military Academy and consular and diplomatic appropriation Bills were passed. From Washington. At the annual session the National Wool growers association the 10th in Washington John Mcdowell Washington pa., was elected president and resolutions demanding Protection for their Industry were adopted. During the seven Days ended the 11th there were 337 business failures in Tho United states against 286 the previous seven Days. Of the 11th sex congressman R. Singleton Mississippi died at his residence in Washington aged seventy six Yoars. He was a member the Houe continuously from the forty fourth to the forty ninth Congress. At Twenty six leading Clearing houses in the United states the Exchange during the week ended the 12th aggregated 19,522,803, against $1,095,021,974 Tho previous week. As compared with the Cor responding week 1888 Tho increase amounted to 4.4. Of the 12th the National department agriculture estimated last years wheat crop this country at 414,838.000 bushels valued at $384,080,000. The t Orn crop Tho year was estimated at 1,987,790,000 bushels valued at 077,561.580. Mem a a state to said that fo8j\ is the population were a Mons who vet Feloso lately governed �?~rv1 liw vib Vieau rowers a a the head the Joel Barlow once american minister to France died in Tho Early part this Century at Wilna Poland i where he was buried. Senator Platt is now taking an interest in a Meas Tiro before the Senate which provides that his remains be exhumed and brought Back to Connecticut his native state. Or. Barlow was an american Patriot the most intense Type in the times that tried men s . In his Young manhood he fought in the revolution 1776, and he proved his valor it the Battle White Plains. The East. A Cyclone at Reading pa., the 9th wrecked a number buildings among them the Reading s la Mill in which one Hundred and seventy five girls were at work and this number it was reported that not More than one Hundred escaped. Many bodies had been taken from its ruins but it was feared that the remains from sixty to eighty persons Wero still in the debris. The paint shops the Reading railway were also wrecked and four men Wero killed. In the country farm budding were destroyed and destruction spread in every direction. L. W Iley Quot a building during a Hurricane the 9th at Pittsburgh pa., was blown Down partly wrecking a dozen surrounding buildings and scores persons were caught in the debris and instantly killed badly wounded. E get bodies had been taken out and it was stated that at least a dozen others remained. Tho financial loss was very heavy. A Hurricane which passed Over Sun Bury pa., the 9th blew Over two stacks at the rail Mill killing three men and injuring n be others. In Williamsport and Harrisburg Many buildings were damaged and in Tho latter City William Frye aged eighty years was killed. The gang concerned in the Pennsylvania Railroad brass robberies at Altoona pa., was Tho 9th said to number at least seventy five boys. Thirty six locomotives in a the Middle division the Road a i been entirely stripped by the thieves and Tho loss was estimated at 100,000. A storm swept Over the City Brooklyn n. Y., the 9th, doing damage to the extent 800,000 and fatally injuring two men. Early the morning the 10th Luther Tallman a n. A seed Man was robbed the Street in Detroit by two men 44.590 in Cash and $1,000 in drafts. On the 10th an amendment to the Constitution new i lamps re prohibiting the Sale and manufacture intoxicating liquors a except a Ider was adopted by the constitutional convention at Concord. In the Edison Laboratory at Orange n. A the voice Gladstone was heard Tho 10th, and it was As Clear and distinct As if he had been present. It addressed . Edison from Oue the talk no machines which he had invented. Or. Gladstone talked into the phonograph at the House colonel Gourand . Edison a representative in London december 18, and the cylinders were shipped to the s country. The government training school for indians at Carlisle and a number other buildings were a roofed by the recent Cyclone the loss exceeding $100,000. The suspension Bridge at Niagara Falls situated nearest the fails was blown Down by a Gale Early the morning the 10th. It was composed Iron an 1 steel and the loss was estimated at 500,009. Farmers Warren and Sussex counties n. J., were blowing pm the 10th, Point thing unparalleled for Tho Middle january. The weather was so mild that bus were beginning to swell the Trees. An explosion two reservoirs at Brooklyn n. Y., the 10th shattered dwellings in the Vicinity and caused the greatest terror among the people. Loss $500,000. On the 10th the Palace hotel and three business blocks at Bradford. Pa., were turned. Shocks earthquake were Felt the 11th at Dannemora Saranac Lake and other portions Northern new York. Tiie Kennebec River was the 11th open for navigation from Augusta me., to the sea the ice hav no Gono out. The condition the River at this season was unprecedented. Tvs citizens Law and order league the United states will hold their seventh annual meeting in Tremont Temple in Boston february 18 and 19. The firm Coon Crocker Swazy dealer in hides and leather at Boston failed the 11th for 100,090. The death a Vin b. Taylor Well known throughout the country As an inventor and manufacturer printing presses occurred at Newark n. J., the 11th. The statement was made the 11th by a b. Stearns the newly appointed appraiser the port new y Ork that during tie past fifteen Yoars Tho government had been robbed millions dollars at that port by dishonest officials. Of Tho 13th Rev. Or. Alex t. Mcgill aged mighty two years emeritus professor Ecoles astir s and pastorial theology in the Princeton theological Seminary died at his Home in Princeton n. He was Oue the most distinguished men in the presbyterian Church. The death mrs. Jay Gould the wife the railway magnate occurred at her Home in now York the 13th, at the age about forty nine years. Smith Pratt 6c, Herrick a shoe factory at Albany n. Y., was burned the 12th. Loss. 100,000. The schooners Joseph And Carlton i Gloucester mass i Hing meet were with their Crews twelve and eleven men respectively Given up As lost the 12th. Ira d. San key famous for his a gospel songs a a arrived in new York the 13th from Liverpool. West and South. On the St w. W. Hollis a Louisville boy who had saved 210 to attend commercial College paid it to a stranger a bogus Check for $1,750. The Dakota convened the St at Bis Rick. On the St m is Lucy a. Noyes who sued the Chicago City railway company for 20,000 for injury e3 received recovered 12,000 in judge Gresham a court. In h. W. Davis Carriage factors at Cincinnati five Hundred employee submitted a new scale wages the St and were discharged. The firm offered to treat with them individually but not As a to y. Captain Henry Booth , was elected speaker the House in the organization the a Isas legislature the St at Topeka. On Tho St Tho Minnesota legislature convened at St. Paul colonel Grce Duluth being elected speaker the House. The legislature Wisconsin convened in biennial session at Madison the 9th. Tue mols legislature Cohen ten Tho 9tji at Springfield during a quarrel the9th Between . Re Vaflor and Mary Jane Valentine a uth whom to had. Been. Live i Toledo o., i Chaffer shot try woman dead and then killed v in self. The governor Utah declared in Washington the 9th against admitting that Terr tory a a state to said that Fower fifths by a the Maii Row Tush Church. Governor Merriam Minnesota was inaugurated at St. P us the 9th. On the 9th h Rry d. Sclia i Chicago assistant cashier the Chicago amp Northwestern rude a was disco a bred to have cd i Over <11,000 belong i Long to to e company. 1 a storm d. the court House and Many private reside Coj at Lima o., the 9th, and hundreds derricks acid pumping houses were blow ii Down in Tho 1-Fiobl a amp Liard raged Over the entire Northwest the 9th, an 1 a heavy fall Snow delayed railway train. At Wheeling w. Va., a wind storm the 9th did great damage Many buildings being a roofed and several demolished. In the immediate vie Nulty farm houses barns and fences were wrecked. Til it death mrs. William Molsberry a granddaughter by marriage general Nathaniel Greene revolutionary War Fame occurred at Mason City la Tho 10th, in her ninety third year. The National Farmers Alliance began its annual session in l e3 Moines la., the 10th, delegates being present Felt in Dakota. Iowa. Nebraska Wisconsin Kansas and Minnesota. The Indiana legislature convened at Indianapolis the 10th. A fire the 10th it Shreveport la., destroyed ten building and caused a loss 100,000. At Tiffin a Little boy was fooling with a Shotgun the 11th when Tho weapon was discharged killing miss Bello Egbert sixteen years age. On the 11th sex sheriff c. Mckinney Mitchell county n. C., was Frozen to death Roan Mountain a fire swept away fifteen business Bouses at Leland miss., the 11th. Financial troubles caused George Bishop a Farmer Knox county mo., to commit suicide the 11th by cutting a Hole in the ice a Creek and plunging in drowning himself. In session the 11th at Des nes la., the National Farmers Alliance elected j. Burrows Finley. Neb., As president resolutions were adopted that the government should Issue Money direct to the people instead through the National Banks anti that United states senators should to elected directly by the people. Owen Brown aged seventy four years Sou John Brown the abolitionist and last survivor the harpers ferry tragedy was buried at Pasadena cab Tho 11th. James Ditcher Toledo o., in a fit to Lousy Tho 13th fatally shot i wife and then killed hims if. A desperate fight occurred Tho 12th at Cim. Rhrou Kan Between citizens that town and Ingalls the cause being a d Spute As to which town was entitled to be the county seat Gray county and a number were killed and wounded. On the 12th Andrew Paxton the agent the citizens league and the Foremost prohibition agitator for Many years in Chicago passed away aged sixty three years. On the 12tli Tho attorney for the Law and order league Sioux cite la received a letter from alleged White Caps ordering him to leave the City. Mrs. S. Kellan wife a Mechan c at Pratt Mills ala., and her son Wiltie nine years old were murdered by a negro the 12th. No motive for the crime was known. In the office the City collector at Richmond va., a Deal cation 8100.060 was reported the 12th. Foreign intelligence. Great distress was the 8th Saij to exist among the crofters Tho Island Lewis Scotland. Crops Wero exhausted and in some districts people were the Brink starvation. Mandalay advices the St Stato that a Battle had been fought Between the British forces and the karens a wild tribe the country the British losing five killed and the karens Over two Hundred. A sleet storm tha 8th at Kingston can., did great damage to the Telegraph wires and Manv Orchards were destroyed. In portions Canada a wind storm did great damage the 9th, the greatest destruction being done Between Cornwall and Napanee including Kingston. Hundreds Trees were torn Down by ice and wind houses were wrecked and the total loss was estimated at nearly 41.000,000. Peru advices the 10th say that in a riot at la Plaza indiscriminate firing by the troops killed 137 men a women and children and sixty others Wero wounded. On the Lluli the oldest musical society a the world the Antlitz Gesellschaft St. Gall Switzerland celebrated its two Hundred and Seventieth anniversary. Advices the Lith say that the steamship Macgregor was wrecked a reef in ascension Bay Yucatan and that both vessel and cargo Wero a total loss Tho passengers Crew mails and valuables were saved. The ship was valued at 130,-000. Tiie damage done by the recent storm in Ontario and Quebec was the 11th said to aggregate 42,009,003. Wrecks houses and barns were seen in every direction and numerous lives were lost. Arrangements were completed by the mexican Telegraph company the 11th for Tho laying anew Cable across Tho Gulf Mexico from Coltza Calcos to Galveston Texa distance Oue thousand Miles. In a wreck in the English Channel near finisterre nine persons were drowned Tho 12th. On the 12th Twenty seven socialists including the socialist Leader Becker were arrested in the suburbs Vienna. By the wrecking the British Steamer Priam from Liverpool for Hong Kong the 12th an Island near Corunna the ship surgeon and c four the Crew Wera drowned. In the Palace Tho archbishop it Valencia Puin a bomb was explode the 12th. No lives were lost but Mich damage was done. Later the president has nominated William b. Webb to be a commissioner the District Columbia Thomas c. Anderson Iowa to be associate Justice the supreme court Utah and p. Rixey Virginia to be surgeon in the Navy. 13 v the falling an elevator at Hoosac Falls n. Y., the 14th, William Carrol and a boy were killed and two others badly Hurt. A East bound fast express the new York Pennsylvania amp Ohio Railroad collided with a freight train near Tallmadge o., the morning the 14th, causing a frightful wreck. Ten persons were killed and about As Many More wounded. The killed were Robert Huntington Engineer the express William Walters fireman William Lundy express messenger j. F. Rushford brakeman Mary Ann Lyon aged six and four chinamen names unknown. Those most seriously injured were baggage master Thomas Sam Douglas Galion Thomas Fairfax Cleveland James Boyd Paterson n. J., and Robert Owen newsboy. The total receipts Tho new York City Post office during Isis Wero $5,1 62,968. So and expenses $1,891,892.48. The constitutional requirement in regard to the meeting Tho electoral colleges in the various states the 14th january was generally carried but without noteworthy features. The counting Stamps in the vaults the internal Revenue Bureau shows hand 93,043,485. Tho entire years transactions were conducted without error. It took sixty persons four Days to make the examination. Executions aggregating Over $8 000 were placed in the hands the sheriff at Pittsburgh the 14th, against h. Mcknight 6c bro., Well known booksellers doing business Wood Street. At an incendiary fire at Chicopee Falls Masson Tho 14th an Accident occurred by which w. S. Warner lost his life and two others were injured in the Senate the 14th . Hoar introduced a concurrent Resolution for the counting the electoral votes. At the conclusion the morning business the Senate lookup the Tariff Bill. Or. Allison reported an amendment to give a Bounty one cent per Pound Domestic sugar until april 1900, to be paid by the duty imported sugar the amendment to put the free list certain specific kinds Iron used in the manufacture vessels for foreign owners was voted Down As were half a dozen others More less importance. Party lines were rigidly drawn in every Case. A Long discussion took place the question putting Salt the free list but without action the Senate adjourned in the House immediately after the Reading the journal . Randall from the committee rules reported a Resolution rescinding the Rule requiring a daily adjournment at five clock. After debate the Resolution was agreed to a yeas 138, nays s5. Or. Cowles North Carolina introduced a Bill in the House containing the internal Revenue features the Mills Bill and moved its reference to the com. Mittee appropriations. Agreed to yeas 129, nays 91. The House passed a number measures pertaining to the District Columbia and adjourned. Ohio legislature. Columbus . Jab. 8.�?the adjourned it session the sixty englith general Assembly convened to Day with most the members present in both the Senate and the House. At four clock the Gavel lieutenant governor Lyon called the Senate to order and the session was opened i by Praver by Rev. Or. gov nor Lyon in opening the j it called the attention the senators to a matter which he said was grave importance that suspending the constitutional Rule with a View to hastening the enactment Laws that should under our Constitution take their regular course the Calendar. The dispensing this Rule is provided 6nly in cases a Chr Getty Uhd in Orgei Hal Hast Illy considered acc ton Sho Tild not be taken the value die time the Senate consumed in frequent suspension this Rule the chair would ask the co operation All the senators in the Effort to enforce this constitutional provision. He said that a urgency mentioned in article 2. Section i clearly refers to cases where the Public Guiod Calls for immediate and prompt action to relieve the slate some its citizens comm units from distress in some one form an ther. And does not have reference to the numerous private Bills for which the rules have so often been dispensed within recent sessions. In concluding his remarks. Or. Lyon said a that this body together with its presiding officer has been guilty a serious infraction this provision our Constitution. I am quite Well satisfied and i take this time for calling the attention the senators to the matter and suggest that hereafter the senator wishing a suspension this Wise constitutional Rule will be required by the chair to state his reasons leaving the presiding officer to determine subject to appeals As to the merits the Case and whether it properly comes within the meaning the term a a urgency a As used in the constitutional Rule referred to. Trusting that our session May be a harmonious and profitable one. I now declare the Senate in the usual Resolution notifying the House representatives that the Senate was ready for business was adopted and the committee to notify the governor that they were ready to receive his message was appointed the following resolutions were adopted . Coulter appointing a committee to ascertain Tho mileage account members . Richardson providing for the joint convention to meet in the Hall the House representatives wednesday. January 9, at eleven clock to count Tho vote the state officers elected in november last. Or. Cole offered a Resolution St. Jackson Day which went Over under notice to discuss. After the Reading the governors message the Senate adjourned. House. Promptly at the hour four speaker Sampson called the House to order. Prayer was offered by Rev. H w. Bennett Columbus after which the speaker addressed the House briefly. He expressed pleasure at the unbroken ranks present to continue the pleasant relations that existed during the first session the House. Sad that advice from him was not needed and hoped that both sides would vie with each other in the prosecution the Ordinary work the session which All would agree should be conducted with reasonable dispatch upon sound business principles and in the interest the whole people without partiality to individuals corporations classes. In concluding i remarks the speaker said a no member ought to sink his individual responsibility in that the whole but each vote should be cast As though it were decisive. Of this shall be done the work the session will be n fair Index the Good sense the body Square with the principles Justice and meet with popular the usual preliminaries were gone through with the two bodies exchanging messages announcing that they Wero ready for business. A committee consisting three was appointed to wait the governor and inform him that the general Assembly was organized and ready for business. After the Reading the message the House adjourned. Columbus Jan. 9.�?senate�? the Senate convened at ten clock. Before proceeding to the Hall the House to canvass the vote for state officers cast at the recent election the following Bills were introduced compelling justices the peace to determine cases whore culprits plead guilty amending the building association Laws by making them More explicit to prevent incorporation from advertising a greater dividend than was actually declared providing for the appointment a female Board trustees for the Cincinnati work House providing for the return Al convicts to the county in which they were convicted authorizing Fostoria Seneca county to Transfer funds authorizing the Board Public works to construct a Bridge Over Wolf Creek. Summit county authorizing Xenia Greene county to increase its electric Light Plant. Adjourned. House a the following Bills were introduced providing that minors under fourteen years shall not be employed in shops factories and mines giving justices the peace and mayors final jurisdiction encases under the Semi monthly payment act to enable commissioners dark county to Issue Bonds in $12,000 to Complete the children s Home amending the act authorizing Fayette county to increase her educational facilities levying a tax 5330, 0 for completing and furnishing the City Hall in Cincinnati providing that when a person 6igns a petition fora Public improvement he shall be held liable to that signature for any deficiency that May occur amending the Road Law so that when supervisors appropriate property the owners can a compensated for the same authorizing Leetonia. Columbiana county to construct water works preventing the k lying Nail at any time the year to Amend Section 4 an act passed april.3, 1888, for the Relief indigent soldiers so that county treasurers instead township treasurers shall the same when the county Treasury is situated in the township amending Section 3.245 by changing methods electing officers in joint Stock companies so that stockholders May distribute their votes shares Between .c More candidates for directors to compensate innocent persons sentenced and confined in the Penitentiary at the rate three dollars per d y during said confinement regulating by taxation the use fishing nets in Lake Erie and in the reservoirs the state to provide for the appointment a commission to select and prepare school text books and reduce the Cost same the following Bills were passed authorizing Archibald. Fulton county to Levy a special school tax authorizing Harrison county to build a children s Home making it a felony to Burn Railroad cars coaches amending the jury Law by striking out the clause in Section 5,1 17 requiring a judge to Call the first twelve names and allowing him to begin calling jurors in a subsequent Case at a different place from where he left off before amending Section 4.4-34 the revised statutes so As to require purchasers second hand articles to retain such articles for thirty Days and to give a description to the mayors. The Senate and House met in joint session in the Nail the latter body for the purpose canvassing the vote for state officers at the last election lieutenant governor Lyon presiding. The vote was read by counties and the result formally declared announcing the election Republican candidates. Adjourned. Columbus Jan. 10.�?senate�?almost the entire session to Day was occupied in Dis i cussing . Griffin a House Bill authorizing the j City Toledo to Issue 1750,000 for the purpose supplying the citizens with natural . A i Strong opposition to the Bill developed and the i same old fight that attracted so much attention at the last session was gone Over. Senators j Cowgill Rannells Alexander and others were leaders in opposition to the measure j the Bill was Defeated by senators Townsend Geyser Adams Zimmerman j and the senators from the Northwest i generally. Senators Kerr and Massie who j opposed the measure last Winter expressed themselves in favor it. An amendment was adopted providing that the proposition must j receive sixty per cent the votes cast when submitted to the people in order to Earry. In the preliminary skirmishing the friends Tho Bill were successful. The Bill was finally postponed. And made a special order for next tuesday. Senator Haleys two cent Railroad fare Biff which was the Calendar for third Reading was it his request postponed to wednesday. January 30. Senate Bill requiring owners farms to maintain half line fences was passed. The following bids Sta a introduced authorizing the commissioners Brown county to repair and improve the co it House at a Cost not to exceed i20.0.k authorizing the commissioners Brown county to expend in xxx for transcribing the records de strayed by fire. Adjourned. House the House resumed consideration Bills the Calendar for the third Reading the following being passed amending Section 629 the revised statutes so As to prohibit trustees benevolent institutions from being employees themselves appointing any their families to positions in the same amending an act authorizing an additional judge in the second common pleas District first sub division so As to provide that Montgomery county shall vote for judge the common pleas court in the judicial sub division which it is May be made a part re enacting sections 1255-6 7, repealed february 7, 183-3, authorizing the clerk common pleas courts to make an Index pending suits and living judgments amending the Law to provide against the payment wages in scrip orders Etc. By providing a method pleading so that More than one Check piece scrip copied n petition shall be sufficient amending sections 303 and 310 so As to enlarge the Powers Given the inspector and assistant inspectors workshops and factories by giving them authority to enter and Insp t Industrial establishments. Just before the noon recess the House Clark s Bill to regulate the Price to be charged for Telephone rentals the Calendar for third Reading was reached. It was introduced last Winter and provides that the rental where one Telephone is used by an individual corporation shall not exceed three dollars per month and where two More Are used the rental is net to exceed $2.50 per month. Where cities and towns Are connected with Telephone exchanges the charges shall be ten cents for the first five minutes and five cents for each additional Tivo minutes. The entire afternoon was consumed in discussion the measure. Columbus jar., the Senate to Day the resignation mrs. Kumler Lalta was received and accepted when Cowgill moved that the body proceed immediately to the election a recording clerk to fill the vacancy. This opened up anew the dividing lines Between the eight Republican senators armed the boaters and the sixteen straight a Combine Quot members As they Are designated by the eight and after a Long discussion the matter Wras temporarily disposed by laying . Cowgill s motion with pending amendments the table. The following Bills were introduce 1 providing for the increase compensation assistant prosecuting attorneys Cuya hoga county not to exceed $2,5x nor less than f a 40, to he fixed by the judges allowing the inspector workshops and factories to inspect Public nails where a demand is made providing for the taxation the Reserve fund foreign life insurance companies providing for the discharge girls under fifteen years age from the Cincinnati reformatories to establish and maintain a governor s mansion at a Cost not to exceed #75,000 providing How Chatilo mortgages can be renewed. The Allowin grills were passed authorizing Fostoria to Transfer funds increasing the capacity the electric Light Plant in Xenia House Bill reimbursing Nelsonville Athens county. For Money expended in 1884 in repairing the Hocking canal House joint Resolution providing for the and Mission mose9 p. Barber now confined in the Ashtabula county , to the Cleveland insane Asylum. A motion was made to take the motion . Cowgill. Relative to the election a recording clerk from the table which was carried and the Senate adjourned without taking any further action. House s motion . Holcomb the House recommended the vote by which . Clark s Bill to fix the charges for telephones at three dollars a month for each instrument was lost thursday. The question recurring the passage the Bill further consideration was postponed until wednesday january 30. The Bill amending Section 69 the revised statutes so As to limit the number who May reside at Public institutions to the officers and employers and immediate families officers was passed. Bilis introduced leave and passed authorizing Louisville Stark county to Issue Bond is a a pm Esq a a a Eek King 125,000 for ii to purpose building waterworks authorizing Wert. Wert county to Issue Bonds in the sum $7.3,0 0 to construct water works the proposition to he submitted to a vote the people to Divide Portage township. Summit county into two election precincts authorizing the Village Oberlin. Louin county to Transfer Bonds from the sewer to the 6treet Odu compelling township authorities to permit the use school houses for literary entertainments school exhibitions and singing schools when requested by citizens the District. The afternoon session was consumed in discussing a Bill to Amend the Road Laws by providing for the appointment supervisors levying which was considered by sections. Jules Latimer oils Werte adopted further consideration the Bill was postponed and Thuc House adjourned. Columbus. Ojan. 12.�?House.�?the House this morning resumed consideration the Tryon Road Bill which was discussed until Coon when an adjournment was taken to four clock monday afternoon. Several amendments were adopted to the Bill changing it materially from the original. It is intended to improve the country roads and As it now stands provides briefly is follows the township trustees Are to appoint one Supri Lor. Instead Tho Large num now elected who is to have change the remanent improvements roads in tie townships. This can be done by dividing the to Wiship into sections and letting the work to the lowest bidder. A tax. Not exceeding five Mills can be levied and when it is decided to make a permanent improvement one half this May be anticipated by issuing hours. At a Raie interest not exceeding six scr cent in order that the improvement May be made without waiting until the lax is collected. The supervisor is subject to removal by Tho trustees. The Farmers if they so Debre. Are allowed to work out half the tax it being made obligatory the supervisor to give them work in preference to others. The Bill was finally postponed until february 6 in the meantime one thousand copies Ait to be printed and distributed among tie Farmers. Its provisions Only apply to such counties As Are named in the Bill and any member can have his county exempted. Rates to be maintained. A meeting Kail was presidents in new York at which a finn to Lul Orco Kates is adopted. New York Jan. 11.�?the meeting railway presidents to arrange a scheme co operation for Tho in Linte Oance rates and other m hitters importance met at the residence j. Pierpont Morgan it 11 a. Yesterday. The Progress the meeting developed the fact that those present were practically in Harmony and an adjournment was reached at 1 p. Tho committee appointed to formulate a plan for the establishment and maintenance rate3 reported stating that the proposed scheme in d been heartily approved by the inter state commission. The committees plan was adopted and the meeting adjourned to reassemble in Chicago at the Call the chair. An outline the plan is As follows it provides for an association presidents to be called a the inter state railway Assoc action a whose object is to enforce the inter state Commerce Law and establish rates. One officer each company shall be held responsible for strict maintenance such rates by his company. Through rates shall he so arranged that bidding for business by conces sons shall cease. The Board May. If they choose Tota by abolish commissions. Charges violation the inter state Commerce Law any rate Rule the association if sustained shall either to communicated to the inter state Commerce commission a penalty shall be assess d the offending company not less than if270. An employee guilty such shall be discharged and not thereafter employed by any Road except approval in writing the executive Board. The presidents agreement january 1 Aga not rebates Etc., is in eluded in the plan. Provision is made to secure each company is due share compete the traffic by Means the executive Board. The agreement shall continue in Force absolutely sixty Days from january 10. Any party can withdraw subsequently by giving thirty Days notice. A a a a havoc at the Falls. The Weixl carries away the suspension Bridge nearest the cataracts a loss in the Vicinity about 1$ Lock port n. Jan. 11 a the suspension for carriages and foot passengers that was built across the River within a Hort distance Niagara Falls several years ago was carried off its fastenings into the Stream below by a wind storm and is a total los. It should be noted that the destroyed Bridge is neither the original Niagara railway suspension Bridge nor the Michigan Central Railroad company a new cantilever Bridge both which Are located a mile two below the demolished Structure. The loss is about $75,000. All Points interest along the River at Tho Waters Edge suffered Moro less from Tho Gale. The water was never known to be so High. Hotel was a roofed were blown Down in Gale was the severest lasted from 4 p. Wednesday until Daylight thursday morn no. The total loss by tie Gale .11 this Vicinity will reach 81,-000.000. Tho scene up Tho River is Peculiar. All a the islands 011 the american Side Are sub merged. The water is Between six and e get foot higher than usual. Trio houses 011 the Canadian Side along Tho River Bank and the club House the american Side have been swept away and destroyed. The Brundage elevator and buttery it pc Manning a have All lost their lower parts. The loss goes into the thousands. The International several buildings the Vicinity. The known Here and Pittsburgh a disaster. Nineteen bodies recovered from the ruins caused Lay the Gale wednesday. Pittsburgh pa., Jan. 11.�? the death list the victims the Cyclone Here now numbers Nineteen and the number wounded is thirty five. Of the latter seven Are in a critical condition and several Are reported to be dying. No one knows will know before the ruins shall Havo Boen thoroughly explored just How Many lives have been lost. The great number inquiries made at the morgue for missing friends inspires Tho fear that a larger number than was sup Pool were caught in the falling debris and Coroner Mcdowell believes Attiat Twenty five thirty bodies Are yet under the bricks. Or. Mason Weldin amp co., says that one his clerks is missing and that a woman with whom he was trading at the time the disaster has not been heard from and As they were in the cellar it is probable that they both Havo been killed. Carlisle a Jan. 11.�?the government training school for indians and a number other buildings were a roofed by the Cyclone wednesday. The loss will exceed $100,090. Woe at Reading. The death list from the Lite Cyclone will reach forty while the would Cal number 114. Reading pa., Jan. 11 a it is now believed that the number those who have already will lose their lives As the result the havoc done by wednesdays Cyclone will be about forty. George grim shawjr., one the proprietors the wrecked silk milk says that to the Best his knowledge there were about 275 persons principally girls and boys in the building when it collapsed. The work recovering the dead and wounded was continued All wednesday night and thursday. A revised list the dead employees the silk Mill show the number so to be Twenty eight the number the wounded is 114 the majority these arc seriously Hurt Aud May them May yet die. Victims the storm. Several lives lost in West Virginia during the Kec eat elemental disturbance. Parkersburg w. Va., Jau. 11.�?this City and Vicinity was visited by a terrible storm wednesday afternoon and evening. Two Large Brick dwelling houses were a roofed Shado Trees prostrated and plate Glass windows broken. At Belleville a Large Brick dwelling was totally demolished. No lives were lost. At Row Ellsburg w. A Mill and a residence were blown Down and four persons killed. At Guya Dotte w. Va., two persons were caught beneath falling Walls and killed. Shot for revenge. 8t Louis Jan. 11.�?ward Mcmanus a Well know capitalist and real a Tate owner this City was called to the door his residence thursday and shot twice by Henry Kriz. The wounds Are not serious. The shooting is the result a refusal the part Mcmanus to a d Kriz financially in promoting his interests in a car motor we High the latter has invented. Kriz escaped. A fearful . Brooklyn Jan. 11.�?two reservoirs sex Laded wednesday evening shattering dwellings in the Vicinity and causing the greatest terror among the people. The financial loss is placed at $590,000. Not it killed. Farmers blowing in new Jersey. Belvidere n. J., Jan. 11.�?the Farmers Warren and Sussex counties Are turning Over their Sod Fields something for the Middle january the weather is so mild that buds Are beginning to swy Eli the years fire losses. New York Jan. 11.�?losses from fires in this country last year foot up Over $123,000,000, against Over $129,000,000 for 1887. A cyclones work. It sweeps through , cutting a wide Swath death and destruction for men cremated at Reading �?in the same City an immense silk Mill is blown Down Bury a 200 Leo p e in Tho ruins a eighty them thought to have been killed and nearly All Tho Rost injured seven lives lost and Over thirty pc Usoris Todd died in the demolition several Laih lilies at Pittsburgh loss life at the Stor Nln a work in Ohio Illinois and Indiana. , pa., Jan. 10.�?a Cyclone swept Over the Northern Section this City wednesday afternoon and Laid waste every thing within its path with a terrible loss life. The number lives that have been sacrificed and the number persons injured can Only be estimated. The most reliable computation at Midnight is that not not less than sixty and perhaps eighty persons Havo been killed outright and 109 injured. It rained hard All Day until about 4 p. M., when the Sun shone for about half an hour. Theu the scene change with a suddenness that was appalling. The Fleecy Cloud gave Way to the ominous signs a coming storm. In the Western sky the storm was seen approaching with a thundering noise. Persons residing along the track Tho storm say that they saw Tho first signs danger in a funnel shaped Cloud which seemed to gather up every thing within its reach and cast it right and left. Out in the country houses and barns were a roofed farm outbuildings were overturned crops rooted up and destruction spread in every direction. The track the storm was not More than 209 Leet wide and it is Lucky that it Only touched the suburbs the City. It came from the West Aud passed along Tho Northern Border Reading. First it touched Tho mount Penn stove works. Here the Corner Tho building was struck Aud a portion the roof was cutoff a nicely As if done by a pair scissors. Then Tho storm crossed some Fields and took off a portion the room j. H. A turn bergs roiling Mill. A number dwellings were a roofed As readily As if their tin roofs were paper. Tho storm hurried across the property the Reading Railroad company and crossed the Railroad. A passenger car was overturned As quickly As if it had been a toy and its splinters scatter 1 in every direction. Meanwhile the rain poured Down in torrents. The atmosphere Bee me heavy and oppressive and it was almost As dark As night. On Oue Side the track the Reading Railroad was situated the paint shop the company. It was a one Story building about 60 by 159 feet in size. Hero about thirty men Wero employed in painting passenger cars. The building was struck squarely in the Middle and Tho bricks scat ered about As if they were playthings. Tho cars were turned tops Turvy while the men Wero buried under the debris. Borne Tho bricks were carried away. Tho chamber each the passenger cars was already filled with As they Wero ready to to taken out the Road in a few Days. They exploded one after another with the fearful bang a Cannon. Bang bang Bung they resounded Over the City causing Tho people to run out their houses thinking that it was the sound an earthquake. There was a considerable Quantity gasoline in the building and this added fuel to the flames. A Sheet shot upward with Tho Roar musketry. About Twenty the men had a Chance to crawl out the debris but four their companions were enveloped in the flames. Their cries were heard for a moment by Tho terrified workmen and then their voices were hushed forever. They were quickly roasted to death. Tho department was called out. But its services Wero unavailing. The building and cars were consumed in fifteen minutes and nothing left but blackened smoking ruins under which Lay four human beings burned to a Crisp. Their names Are John Kaller Albert Landberge Sheridan Jones aul George Schaffer. It was rumoured that several others had been killed but these Aro the Only ones known to have lost their lives. Aaron Dewalt one the employees the paint shop had his Arm broken and George Knabb was injured internally no doubt fatally. The loss to the Railroad company is fully $75,000. When this was going the storm was travelling with fearful rapidity. It must live travelled at Tho rate 100 Miles an hour. It struck some More private houses and a roofed a dozen private residences. The huge sheets tin were carried half a squad a away and deposited in a lot. Then the storm proceeded in its full fury. Directly in its path at Tho Corner twelfth and Marion streets stood Tho heading silk Mill one the industries the City in which the citizens took the greatest Pride. Here about 175 girls were working. The building was a huge Structure most substantially built four stories in height and had a basement besides. It occupied an entire Block it und. The building itself was nearly 300 feet in length Syd about 159 feet wide. It was surmounted by a massive Tower fully 100 feet from the ground. The funnel shaped storm Cloud struck the building directly in the Center 011 its broadest Side which faced the West. It fell to pieces As if composed so Many building blocks. Nearly 200 human beings wont Down in the awful wreck. Human Tongue can never Tell the terrible scenes that hour. The Walls gave Way the floors fell Down Oue top the other and carried their great mass human beings to the Bottom. The bricks were piled up in the greatest con fus . Amid the Hurricane the whistling and roaring tie wind terrible cries for Succour were sent up to heaven it was a moment that tried menus . Girls with blackened faces bruised and broken limbs their cd thing tattered and torn dragged themselves from the ruins. To probably 75 to 100 escaped were dragged out by their friends. These worked the upper floors and were thrown near the top the debris. At some places the bricks were piled Twenty feet deep and underneath Aro lying human bodies by Tho score. About 250 girls and Young women were usually employed in the Mill but at 4 clock eighty Wero relieved from duty for the Day. The alarm for Relief was immediately sent Cut. And in a Short time thousands citizens arrived to help Cut the dead and Tho dying. The scene was harrowing and beggars description. The Mill is situated near the foot mount Penn a High Mountain overlooking the Cit \ when Tho people arrived every thing was enveloped in darkness. Huge bonfires were built which cast a dismal Glare the scene. The fire companies left the burning paint shop and assisted in Tho Rescue the dead and the dying. The entire police Force was called out. The ambulance and Relief corps and 1,000 people were in among the debris carrying out bricks pulling away top hers and assisting wherever they count a Young woman was taken out All bruised and Cut. One body dragged out Tho wreck had its head Cut off. Others were in various postures. The living were All suffering from Tho most terrible wounds and some were almost scared to death. In the basement the building Avert found five bodes Young girls lying together. The tinder tried to Puli them out but they were pinned Down and it was impossible to get them out. They we Cre beyond All human Aid. Up to 10 80 clock p. Twenty one dead bodies had been taken out it is impossible to Tell How Many May be under the ruins As the managers Are missing. The number May not be Over forty and May reach eighty. Among those known to be dead Are Henry Crocker Foreman the silk Mill Laura Kershiner Eva Leeds la like grow Kate Bowman Kate Leas. Amelia Christman Sophie a Winkleman Ella Long Willie Snyder William Rete son Rebecca Pousch Kate Reidenauer Rose Clemmer John re her eng Neer head Cut off As with a sword Charles Roi Buier Harry Crothers Harry Jones Sally Hickel John Foreman. Jane Sei Theiner. These Are All the dead who have been taken out. Clerk Aulenback said at Midnight that he believed that fully eighty bodies were in the ruins. His list employees is lost. Eighty is the conservative estimate those who lost their lives. The wounded w 11 number about 100. The silk Mill was built about four years go. The builders Wero Reading capitalists and the Cost putting it up was-$63,-000. The Mill wa3 leased to Brothers Paterson n. The machinery Cost >45,090. This is a total loss. Augustus e. Rob cup was Tho Foreman the first Aud second floors the silk Mill he Leiis the following Story a a it was about 5 20 clock when i went to the second Story to turn the electric lights. After i had this i stood looking about the room for about ten minutes. Suddenly i heard a Rushing noise which i thought was a Cyclone. The building then Shook. I was standing in the Southern end the room and before i could look out the window i Felt the building sink. Quick As lightning the portion the room that i was in went Down. The girls rushed about me crying and screaming and calling for help. They did no to realize we hat was taking place. It seemed to me As if the Center the budding was struck first. Lean not describe the scene. It was awful. 1 could not do Auy thing and could not think what i should do our end the building went Down first Lind while the floor was sinking it seemed to me As if the girls in the other part the room were top a Hill. That was the Way it impressed me. While we were going Down i saw the other portions the floor fall. In a minute All was Over. The 6creamidg the girls was heartrending. I was knocked Down under heavy timbers and held fast by my foot. I could move every other part my my is. I touched Down with Iny knife and Cut the shoe off my foot in Thia Way t became loosened and managed to arise. Amid the screams the girls and falling beams and bricks i succeeded in escaping. I got but the ruins the Eastern Side the bulding but How i do not know i called to the girls As loudly a9 i could. They were ail Terr Bly excited and i never witnessed any thing so awful in All my life. Many them heard me and worked themselves toward me. At some places it seemed As if the floor was closed As a solid mass and the girls would creep around this crawl Over the machines and creep their bands and kne�3 until they got to the opening Whei i was. The machines saved Many from being crushed to death by leaving a space Between the floor and debris through which to crawl out. I believe that fully 109 people escaped with me. I remember seeing them run across the commons in different directions to their Homes terrified naturally. A a some ran a Short distance and then returned to the ruins. The entire building was Down. The girls came Back to look for their i Brothers and Sisters friends. We could Bear the moans and shrieks those imprisoned in the ruins. The rain was pouring Down and All around was Dari. I was badly bruised and Hurt about the body head and limbs and went Home after i saw i could do nothing. Between 250 and 309 operatives were in the building. About 4 clock i allowed six Een girls to go Home. Ali tie floors were in operation. The report that 100 went Homo at 4 clock to is not lives lost at Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh fa., Jan. 10.�?a terrible storm wind and Hail the worst known for years swept Over the City shortly after noon wednesday carrying with it death and destruction. The storm was formed with a suddenness that was overwhelming and As Tho wind accompany cd tit Hail and torrents rain swept along the streets pedestrians were hurled before it and barely escaped being crushed under vehicles passing along the thoroughfares. Suddenly in the Center the City there was a terrible crash and a few minutes later the Central fire alarm sounded a Call from Box fourteen the Corner Diamond and w Ood streets. Hundreds people with blanched faces hurried to Tho scene when it was found that Tho Cyclone had caught the new building Diamond Street owned by c. Wiley und hurled it to the Earth covering up two scores mangled human bodies. The budding was in course erection. It was forty by eighty feet in dimensions and was seven stories High. The front the bulding had not yet been put in and Tho wind entered the High Shell from the open end the High Walls bricks and untried mortar parted Oue failing each Way partly wrecking nearly a dozen buildings. The main Force Tho crushing building was thrown against Weldin amp c�?T�?Ts Book store word Street and the Barber shop Fred Schumaker at 41 Diamond Street. Tho rear welding a store was crushed in and the front the building was forced out into Street. The Barber shop was completely demolished. The leather store next to Tho Willey building occupied by w. H. Thomas was also wrecked. Tho rear end h. Watt amp Book store was crushed in while some the falling debris struck Joseph Rich Baum a building routing fifth Avenue breaking Tho windows and injuring a number employees. A portion the Wall a millinery store next to Thomas was broken in and the windows and doors in a number surrounding buildings were broken. Tho building Rea Bros. Amp co., Stock broker the Corner Diamond and Wood streets was partly wrecked and the occupants barely escaped. Within five minutes after the collapse Tho building Tho streets Wero filled with an excited crowd notwithstanding the fact that the rain and Hail was pouring Down in a perfect deluge. With the arrival the firemen the work Rescue was begun. Ladders were run up to the second and third stories the Weldin building. The first person taken out was a Young woman employed As a Type Ivr iter who fortunately had escaped serious injury. Crowds men were eager to take up the work Rescue. Every Little while fresh localities where men had been caught were found. At the time the disaster about Twenty five men were at work the building and not one escaped injury. In the Barber shop next door seven men were imprisoned while a half dozen More were buried beneath the debris the Weldin building. Chief Brown Coroner Mcdowell building inspectors Frank and Eich Ley and a score physicians were Early at the scene. The hospitals were notified and a Short time later Tho Clang Ain Blanco Bells and patrol wagons were heard. Contractors both Flinn had Twenty five wagons and carts the scene inside an hour and private express men went with their wagons and their Aid in helping to Rescue the victims. Up to 10 cock p. Forty mangled and bruised bodies had been taken from the ruins. Home were dead others Wero dying and Many were fatally injured. One two died Tho Way to the Hospital. From the Best information obtainable seven were killed outright died in a Short time and thirty six others Wero injured. It is believed that the list dead will be greatly increased. Inspector police Mcaleese said at a late hour that he was the opinion that from fifteen to Twenty five persons were yet in the ruins and he would not be surprised if the death list would be increased to fifteen Twenty. Or. L. Reed a prominent physician Allegheny was Iti welding sat the time and he is still missing. It is feared that to is dead. Early in the evening the voice a boy named Gottman was heard issuing from the debris but the rescuers could not locate him. To said he was All right if they could get at him. At 12 clock however lie had not been reached and no sound could be heard. It is feared that to died exhaustion. Young Goehring was taken out about 9 clock. His position was such that he could not be rescued sooner and to was kept alive by feeding beef Tea a d whisky to him through a rubber tube. A number narrow escapes were reported. Hevin j men were thrown from the seventh i Story to the ground and escaped with the Gale was such that buildings rocked and Groat alarm was Felt for their safety. From All Over Northern Jhio come reports great damage wrought by the wind. At Ravenna p. Dogs a Brick Kiln blew in completely wrecking it with valuable holds. At Akron Trees were prostrated bulletin boards demolished and body excepting dozens windows smashed. In Carroll county a number Bouses Wero a roofed and a very heavy dark storm Cloud swept to the Southeast about noon. The Telephone and Telegraph service is badly crippled in this Section Ohio. At Columbus the wind blew for a Cotillo. I hours and at Ono time reached a velocity forty eight Miles an hour. A huge Chitaley at Tho Penitentiary was blown Down and crashing through Tho roof Tho Secretary a office demolished the desk which e. Harper but a moment before left to look at the havoc being done by the storm in the Penitentiary Yard. At Portsmouth the storm raged during the Forenoon. The roof Nichols furniture works was Bio in off. At Bellaire the most destructive rain and wind storm for years passed Over that Section about 11 clock. Houses stables outbuildings and Orchards were blown Down. A Large number horses and cattle were killed ind injured. In Illinois. Chicago Jan. 10.�?Chicago experienced queer weather yesterday. Starting in with a steady rain All tuesday began snowing Early in the morning and continued through the Day. A veritable blizzard prevailed Tho wind increasing in velocity during the Day from eight to forty Miles an hour. Tho thermometer fell from �5 to 25 degrees and the barometer reached 28.96, the lowest Point Ever known Here. From All Points in the state coins reports heavy Snow fall in some localities traffic being almost entirely suspended. Trains All roads Aro delayed. D patches from the signal service observatories in Montana and Dakota indicate that a howling blizzard is tearing things up Thero and sweeping across Tho country toward Zoiva. At Many the stations the thermometer registers from 12 to 18 Dorces below Zero it being at Tho former figure at fort Buford and at 18 below at Points not Distant. Telegraphic communication has been interfered with Tho we ires being Down a great Many lines. Should Tho storm Continuo the trains in the extreme Northwest the Northern Pacific line will to snowed up. In Indiana. Indianapolis ind., Jan. 10.�?yesterday proved to be the Sto Miest coldest Day the Winter. Now began falling at Daybreak and a heavy wind prevailed. Tho Snow fall amounts to a it it three inches but is drifted. Tho cold weather is Tho first severe test the natural plants but thus Tho new fuel proves Moro than equal to Tho emergency. Valparaiso ind., Jau. 10.�?a severe blizzard set in Here tuesday night and raged with violence. A mail train Tho fort Wayne Road wa3 thrown from Tho track at Wheeling owing to the presence Snow in Tho switch and Tho engine Aud mail car were badly damaged. Tho passengers escaped injury but Wero Well shaken up. The it wreck delayed All trains for soveral hours. It blew somebody Good. Marquette mich., Jan. 10.�?Snow ha3 been falling since Sunset tuesday night this Peninsula and if it turns cold enough to freeze the swamps Tho great lumbering industries Tho Stato which have been paralysed by Tho open weather will be saved. Milwaukee Jan. 9.�?a great snowstorm prevailed throughout Tho Stato wednesday. In Tho lumbering District Tho blizzard is hailed with Delight. A terrible wreck the new York Pennsylvania amp Ohio Railroad. Germany in Samoa. Tie recent disaster creates a deep impression at Berlin. Berlin Jan. 10.�?it is understood that samoan affairs will not to made Tho subject a special debate in the Reich Stag but will be referred to during Tho discussion the naval budget. Tho disaster in Samoa has created a deep impression and will strengthen Tho arguments the anti colonial party in Tho e St Africa debate. The Kieler Zeitung states that american consulate in Samoa. The samoan losses Are the greatest in officers and men that the German Navy Ever experienced in a trans oceanic expedition. The National Zeitung complains that americans recalling her Consul some time ago did no Good for it has been proved that Tho natives Wero led from an Ambuscade by an american. San Francisco Jan. 10.�?in regard to Germany a pretensions in Samoa the san Francisco papers contend that the United states government should enforce respect for its Flag defend the Independence the islands and protect american interests. The a Murchison a letter. General gluon informed its authorship and presented with a simile . Saeks Illch a reply As a Campaign memento. Los Angeles Cal Jan. 10.�?the los Angeles times published a letter written by colonel h. Otis editor the times s. Gage and it. F. Fitzgerald to president elect Harrison in which they disclose the identity the Murchison letter As already published. The writers inform general Harrison that if any Ono except . Osgoodby claims office 011 the strength being the author Tho letter an attempt at fraud is being made. The facts Are being Laid before him in the interest historic truth. A photographic copy lord Hack Viilet a letter is enclosed and general Harrison is asked to accept it As a memento the Campaign. The sugar Trust Defeated. A decision in the new York supreme court forfeits a charter. New York Jau. 10�?judge Barrott in the supreme court rendered a decision in favor Tho attorney Gen slight injuries. Adolph Herman caught i Oral against the sugar Trust. The suit was brought by the people the state new York against the North River sugar refining company by attorney general Tabor to forfeit the charter the North River company this City 011 the ground that it had virtually passed out existence by Selling out All its Stock to the sugar Trust combinations and closing up All its works. Of the Telegraph wires and was rescued uninjured. At w ill a m s port 1a. Williamsport pa., Jau. 10.�?Tho storm was very violent Here. A Large number buildings were damaged and a portion Tho new Demorest sewing machine factory was blown Down and Tho remainder partially a roofed. Several building were blown Down and others were damaged. Tho loss at Tho Demorest works is Over $10,000. All kinds theories Havo been advanced for the collapse the build my. In some instances the responsibility is placed the contractors while in others the building inspectors Are blamed. Nothing definite can be known however until a investigation is made. A nut factory owned by Bontreger 6c co. In the seventeenth Ward was blown Down during the storm and a Man named Hines killed. The loss was $13,<x>0. The Cyclone wrought terrible destruct 1 tin in other parts the City and out along j the railroads entering Here. A portion the foundry Mcintosh Hemphill amp co. 011 thirteenth Street was wrecked As was also a House in Allegheny. At Walls station the Pennsylvania Railroad a Large Brick building owned by the Westinghouse air Brake company was partially demolished and at Wilmerding a a Coal tipple was wrecked. At Mckeesport House Wero a roofed Trees blown Down and windows smashed. Three houses in course erection were blown to . On the Rivers a number boat we Ero torn from their moorings and cast about like corks but they were secured before much damage was done. A disaster at Sun Bury a. Sudbury pa., Jan. 10.�?a rain and w and storm came up suddenly wednesday evening and blew Over two the stacks the Hun Bury Nail Mill. The Mill is situated Between the beading Aud Pennsylvania railroads the outskirts the City. The first is the puddling Mill with six furnaces. Stack no. 2 was thrown Over Tho roof carrying with it stack no. 3. They crashed through Tho roof and demolished the puddling department the Mill. Thirty five men were employed in this department and half them were bruised in the debris. The fire alarm was sounded and soon hundreds surrounded the Mill. Men were carried Cut half naked and men Are at work yet As it is suppose several others Are in the ruins. Showers Milton and an unknown tramp were killed. The wounded number nine. There Are four persons missing in Ohio. Cleveland o., Jan. 10.�?a wind storm raged Here All Day wednesday with terrific violence blowing Down Trees and signs partially a roofing some dwellings and breaking a Good Deal Glass. About 11 30 a. A tremendous gust wind the violence a Cyclone swept from the Lake to it the pity passing in a southeasterly direction. The violence a night express collides with a freight train eight persons killed and a dozen injured the deadly car store adds to the horror. _ details the disaster. Akron o., Jan. dreadful collision took place Tho new York Pennsylvania amp Ohio read at three clock monday morning near Tallmadge. Summit county. An East Moufid fast express collided with a freight. Eight persons were killed and about As Many wounded. The collision was in a Cut a Grade and a Sharp curve. The fast express which left Akron eastbound at 2 32 a. M., had two sleepers Aud several other passenger cars. A heavy fog Hung 011 the Cut and filled it. It was so dense Tho trainmen say that a lantern was invisible at a distance a few feet. The freight had broken in two right the Grade. There was a prompt putting out j lanterns before and behind to provent the cast Astro Phe that took place. The freight being headed West the part that was still attached to the engine was pulled to Tallmadge and run upon a siding. Then the engine started Back to get the detached part. By the time the passenger got to the fateful spot the engine had just coupled to the balance the freight. The Man who had been sent out to Flag had returned to the train and All was in readiness to Start when the crash came. The passenger train was not going at very High Speed owing to the Grade and Tho fog else the list dead would have been larger. The smoking car Aud the passenger car next to it took fire and then followed the slow roasting wedged in unfortunates some whose names Are not Learned. Most pitiful was the Fate a Little girl travelling alone. She was not injured by the crash so As can be Learned but a seat caught her fast and held her As in a vice and then the flames crept up and slowly burned her to death. There were eight chinamen in the smoker and four were pinned in the wreck and consumed by the fire which reduced to embers the smoker Aud the passenger car next to it. Thero were two sleeping cars both nearly filled with passengers Nono whom were seriously injured. Tho smoker did not leave the track an indication that the express was not going at High Speed. Baggage car und Engino Wero badly wrecked and the track was blocked with Tho twisted Iron and splintered timbers and wedged in we idols and axles this in itself making a terrible sight aside from Tho human horror that the wreck involved. The Engineer and fireman the freight jumped and saved themselves with scarcely a Bruise. particulars. The following is a Complete list tha killed and injured killed Robert Huntington gallon o., passenger Engineer William Watters Galion passenger firemen j. F. Rushford Galion freight brakeman going to Kent to go Bis regular run William Lurdy Salamanca n. Y., Wells Fargo 6c co. Express messenger three chinamen Mary Ann Lyon Idaho aged six ticketed second class to Cherry Creek n. Injured a David Thomas Galion Dayton a Gage master badly injured at first reported killed Robert Owen Kent newsboy Ono shoulder dislocated and bad cuts and bruises Ham Douglas Engineer Galion leg and head Cut and bruised burned about Tho Abdomen. Travelling in passenger coach James Boyd Patterson n. J., severely Hurt head and Back George Haw Galion freight brakeman going to Kent to take a train covered by debris Cut and bruised Thomas Fairfax coloured Cleveland leg broken in two places below Tho knee and bad cuts head. Other passengers Whoso names were not Learned received slight injuries but none them Are serious. Those in Tho two sleopei�?T3 escaped practically unhurt. In the smoker were eight chinamen. Five were pulled out alive but half dead from fright. Three were never seen after Tho crash and Bones and bits charred flesh gathered up in a bag were Ali that Wero found them. Edward Peltzer who was going to now York said the Fate Tho Little girl Mary Ann Lyon who was travelling alone a i noticed Itiat the Little girl appeared to be All alone and Learned that she had been ticketed through to new York As a second class passenger. The was a Sweet faced child and every time i visited the smoker i interested myself in her. The said her parents were dead and she was going to Cherry Creek to live with some relatives. When the crash came i was in my berth in the Sleeper and received Only a slight Shock. first thought was Little Mary and i rushed out the car and to my horror saw that Tho smoker was All in flames. I went outside opposite the part the car where the Little one sat and found that she had been wedged Down by a seat which had fallen upon her. The flames were already surrounding her and finding that she could not be rescued i fled from the spot imagining that i could see her pleading eyes and hearing her dreadful shrieks. This so unnerved me that i threw myself Down upon the ground and As to the cause the collision. Conduct Phil Sholtz the passenger train says a the third Section freight train no. 81, West bound had broken in two Aud one Section it had been Side tracked at tall Mango and two flagman placed Ono East and the other West the remaining Section standing the main track. Tho freight engine had backed Down to pull this Section also to the switch when a signal was Given calling the flagman at the rear end Tho train in. The flagman at to head Tho train taking the signal for him left his Post also leaving the track unguarded toward Tho West. Just at this moment our East bound new York fast express Camo along and struck the Section the freight train standing the main truck. The engineers and fireman the freight engine jumped. Tho Engineer was quite seriously injured but Tho fireman escaped unhurt except being jarred from the jump. Engineer Huntington the express reversed his engine As soon As lie saw the other train Tho track and whistled Down brakes an a thus when the collision Camo it was not so terrific. As All Tho cars remained the track. The Shock however was severe enough to Send the passengers from their seats across the car and to derange Tho seats piling them up top one women in tie Case. Killed by an explosion. Spokane Falls w. T., Jan. 10.�?-about 1 clock tuesday afternoon an explosion giant powder occurred at a place Wahington Street which is being graded just As James Collius was preparing a Cap for the blast. There were three four pounds the pos Der in a Box near Collins. This exploded horribly mangling Collins but not killing him outright. One leg was splintered by flying Rock and a Large Liole torn in the flesh four ribs broken and his face Aud eyes blown full Sand. To died shortly afterwards. The cause the explosion is unknown. Ohio factories. Columbus Jan. 10.�?in his annual report the chief inspector factories this a Tate says that he inspected 3,271 establishments containing 164,075 work people and that improvements had teen brought about in More than one third them. Inspector Dorn recommends Thoj amendment the child labor Law so As to prohibit youngsters under 14 from being employed in work shops factories mercantile establishments. The chief inspector makes other recommendations in the interest labor and there is reason to believe that the legislature will give heed to his report. New York Jan. 15.�?the Herald monday morning had the following sgt Ceciul from by. In aul Minn colonel Rockwell quartermaster the department Dakota who was lord High Chamberlain the Garfield administration said sunday night that Blaine would certainly not get a place in the Harrison Cabinet. A i know precisely what i am talking about a said the colonel. A Thero Are a coup e women in the Case and they Are no less distinguished women than mrs. Blaine and mrs. Harrison. When Blaine was Secretary tute i was present at a reception Given by mrs. Blaine at which the latter snubbed mrs. Harrison and this settles it. Harrison will no doubt offer Blaino a foreign Mission hut mrs. Harrison will Sec that he is not in the a dishonest agent. Signor Blitz hopelessly insane. New York Jan. 10.�? David Bathis who a few years ago was widely known As Signor Blitz the magician is at to Kings county Hospital at Flatbush hopelessly insane. He was lately transferred to that institution from the a Tate Asylum at Harrisburg a. He is about 70 years age and was reduced to his present condition by paralysis. He occasionally shows glimpses his former cleverness although 1 his last pub c performance tvs Given ten i years ago. A a Utal murder. Jasis ind., Jan. 10.�?a brutal murder was committed Lute monday night the Steamer George Stecker it the Connelton ind lauding. Charles Smith a resident Lewi sport. Ky., in an intoxicated condition called for supper. The head waiter informed him that it was too late it being about Midnight. Smith then Drew a revolver and shot the waiter dead. Smith has been arrested and lodged in jail. Marine societies in Plymouth mass., Jan. 10 a the will the late Captain William s. Adams Kingston gives $125,000 to the Boston Marine society Aud $00,000 to the Boston Pilot society. Elmira. N. Y., Jan. 15.�?c. N. Cunningham agent in this City the Mutual life insurance company presented a forged raised new York draft to Tho Farmers and merchants Bank last saturday for $22,896, and it was paid without hesitation. Not having sufficient currency hand a certified Check was Given. Cunningham took the Check to the Chemung canal Bank and exchanged it for a draft new York. This he took to Binghamton and had it cashed i monday morning leaving town immediately afterwards. The banners a and merchants Bank discovered yesterday afternoon that the draft was worthless and put detectives the ease. Cunningham was arrested in the evening in Hoboken with nearly All Tho Money Lus person. President corbins advice. Philadelphia Jan. 15.�?president Corbin the Reading Railroad has cabled a message to Europe to tie dissatisfied holders third preference Bonds. They had told him that they would begin Legal proceedings unless they were paid seven and one half per cent in february the Saino As paid the firsts and seconds instead Tho two and half per cent allowed to them. Or. Corbins cablegram read a the a Tate courts Pennsylvania Are open every Day in the year. Their establishment has been for the adjustment just such wrongs rights As you claim to have. You know your redress and if you have any complaint i advise you to make can be examined in Canada. York. Jan. 15.�?Justice Andrews the supreme court yesterday rendered a decision to the effect that John Keenan the Broadway Boodle exile May be examined by a commission to Canada in order that his testimony May be put in the trial his action against Brien Aud Clark the Aqueduct contractors. Justice Andrews will appoint a commission in accordance with his decision. Fort Wayne ind., Jan. 15.�?after being out thirty one hours the jury in the Case Jerry Shoaff charged with the killing William Woebke. Brought in a verdict involuntary manslaughter Aud fixed the penalty a two years in the Pei tertiary %

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