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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - January 14, 1890, Salem, Ohio THE SALEM DAILY NEWS. OL. II. NO. 11. SALEM. OHIO, TUESDAY, JANUARY U. CONGUJESSIONAL. A GOOD BEGINNING. persons Killed and Fifty- Three Wounded the Passage of Tornado r Clinton. Ky.-Fifly-flve Houses Demolished. of the TerrlBo Storm St. LouU and Other i and Ill, Jan. 14.-A tornado Sunday uck the east side of the city of Kv., demolishing nftj-flre eleven people and wound- jhre'e. The killed, so far as ed, are: bodes and two children. Bono. t Bone. Nance. Gaddie and infant. of J. C Hodges. rson not identified. undedare: Judge E.G. Hodges, ind R. Gwynn, child and father; C. W. Voor- child and two relations, names Rev. N. W. Little, his wife 'children, D. Stubblefleld and .omhers of his family, not seri- ,rt, Mrs Foster and two chil- s. j. Rhodes and one child-r- mil die; A L. Emerson and ken, W. F. Boone; Mrs. John e and one child; Mr. Jackson; jhnson, Sr dangerously hurt; lonnson. Jr., will die; W. R. is wife and child, and several ]oso names can not be learned no. Assistance was sent from 10 storm also visited Wickliffe, considerable damage to but no loss of life. 111., Jan cyclone iown in this vicinity in a sav- A furious gale of wind, ac- d by rain, came from the same taken by the tornado which iis section a few years ago. n Sunday evening wrecked two in Brooklyn, turning one hileit was filled with colored rs Several were slightly in- hc houses on the Irwin Smith los Harvard farms were de- A house belonging to a man orlack, near Venice, was blown a woman was seriously in- poles and wires are nn in numerous places on the ind other railroads between id East St. Louis The dam- imatcd at S500.000. la., JJ.D. heavy m, the first of the season, pre- orc yostenlay Fully twelve snow have fallen. The wind ig a gale and it is drifting GTON, la Jan. ueavy most of Saturday night and I Sunday evening. Then the colder and the walks were red with sleet. A heavy north- d is blowing, with every char- of a blizzard, tbe rain baring 10 sleet, and snow. i, Kan Jan. terrific us been raging hore sinr.c be- r'.ilv Sunday, accompanied by hail, with fine drifting snow, continues A blockade of all directions is threatened. K. Kan -Ian. than a UK has fallen, and the blizzard Tt is considered the '-m in years and will cause of stock. The cuts on the rail- S'.Knj and the trains are dc II'., .Tnn terrific wind i-ion. lowing down fences and The storm was more here and St. Louis. in tbe Kaskas- r.v doubt l.c raised several fr.e. Jnci Jan. lower HI.? of Ind.. Tb'- watrr- Ther [ontana First Year State Without a Dollar of ludebtedueM and Mouer la the Treasury. HELENA, Mont.. Jan. >egins the year without a dollar of in- debtedness and with a cash balance in ;he treasury. State Auditor Ken nay las completed his report to the Gov- ernor for the last year, and placed it in the hands of the printer. The total as- sessment of the State is an increase of nearly over the previous year. During the year the warrants drawn on the general fund amounted to 8226.806, and January 1, with no warrants outstanding, the cash balance in that fund was The most prominent items of expense tor the year are: Support of insane, support cf convicts, maintenance of militia, bounty on animals, support of deaf mute, blind and imbecile persons, Other expenditures were for salaries, the different stock funds, etc. The limit of the tax levy is three mills. Hitherto but one mill has been levied. This year two and possibly three mills will be levied to meet tho expenses of Statehood. Tho estimated expenses of the State government for this year are while with taxes and licenses tbe State can raise a reve- nue of over without additional legislation. The outlook for the first year of Statehood is flattering. DISASTROUS WRECK. Four Sections of a Freight Train Collide, Demolishing ;ir slectric light currents were shut off Cor several hours. Along the lake front the water rolled in over the breakwater and Hooded that listrict. Tho long trestle of the New York Central railroad was under water ind trains had to be discontinued on that route. It is reported that thero are twc bad washouts on the Chautaiiqua Lake railroad, one between Be in us and Long Foint. and tbe other at DcwiUville. The lake is very rough. BLOWN TO ATOMS. With Ten ..f Dyna- mite on Board r'ire xiul Ilia Skip XEW Mass.. Jan. let- ter has been received hero from Capt.iin [lowland, of tho whaling bark Canton, la tod December 5 and postmarked Capo Town, giving an account of tbe loss by arc of the British bark Uritish Monarch, from Hamburg for Sydney, with :i gea- cargo. The IJritish Monarch took 5re Korombor 29, and a.i thero wert- of dynamite aboard which could not >e pot at and thrown overboard, tlio ;roiiv took Ibo boats wben 090 miles !rom Capo Town. The boats lay by from 'our p. in. until one o'clock tbo next nornanp. when the STXJ rvaclu'd tho lynamiU' and a Urrrific oc- sarrxsd. tbe base iron u> Th" of the fjcpiosion r.os seen iy CaaVta's officers I'M air.t. and tbou-bt to a falhng IJIJK- Imt beranne and A" 9ii.v 1.- Ill -V, i. T-m. a- 'Wv.1; t mu- fu i: iijl m mk f f M J. I. ;