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MARIETTA DAILY LEADER
MABIETTA, OHIO, TIIUBSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1896.
VOL. II. NO. 234
PBIOE ONE CENT
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The Georgia Coast Swept by
Many Lives Lost and a Million Dollars'
Worth of Property Destroyed.
The Cyclone Came Without Warnlncr and
In'llalf on Hour Its Work Wan Com
pletedThe Wind Koachcd a Veloc
f Ity of Sixty-Six Miles an Ilour.
sIvannau.Go-, Sept 30. Seven lives
lost and 31,000,000 worth of property
destroyed is Iho record of tho cyclone
which swept Saannah from 11:80 o. m.
until 12:15 p. m. Tuesday. The loss oi
life and damage to property aro yet
mere estimates, and both may he
(greater than now known. The storm
J which had been lurking In tho eaBtern
i Gulf for tho last few days swept rapid
ly across Florida at8 o'clock Tuesday
morning and without warning burst
In half an hour it had done its work.
The streets woro filled with wreckage!
hardly a house in the city escaped
without more or less damage, though
I there arc few total wrecks. Before
tho storm was at its height tho weather
observer said tho wind Would not
bo over 40 miles an hour. It began to
rise at 11 o'clock. Half an hour later
'it was blowing 00 miles an hour and
the air was filled with flying debris.
jWhon tho wind reached a velocity ol
CO miles an hour the Instruments at the
weathor station wero blown away.
1 Tho storm was terrific in its intensi
fy, exceeding tho great cyclono of 1808
which devastated tho South Carolina
.coast. Tho shortness of its duration
was all that saved an annihilation of
everything within its range. Tho storm
;camo from tho southeast and swept di
rectly over tho city. Hardly a pub
lic building escaped Its fury. The
forests and tho city were laid in
6waths. Tho parks are in ruins and
many buildings were razed to the
ground. Tho immense Plant system
Ipasscnger depot was tho first building
jin tho path of tho storm and was a
-complete wreck. The magnificent
I prize train of the Plant system, exhib
ited at tho Cotton States exposition
and stored in the shed was wrecked
and tho cars are almost a total loss.
The Central railroad of Georgia and Al
abama railroad freight houses on the
.opposite side of tho, city woro unroofed
and the walls demolished. Tho public
market was blown, in. Tho theater
was partially unroofed and tho Second
Baptist church is almost a total wreck.
'The Savannah hospital and tlio Georgia
Infirmary wero ' unroofed. The City
and Suburban street railway car.sheds.
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blown down. Tho Georgia Hussars'
armory was badly damaged. Nearly
every store in tho retail part of tho
city is moro or less damaged.
Tho damage to the shipping was less
than in 1803. Tho Norwegian bark
Rosentus, anchored in tho harbor, was
capsized. Tho German bark Cuba,
loaded with naval stores for Hamburg,
went aground below tho city. The
bark Mlza, loaded with naval Btorcs
and ready for sea, was blown a gainst
the training Wall five miles below the
city and i lying on her side. t Tho tug
Robert Turner went to pieces against
the government jetty near tho mouth oi
the Savannah river. Three of her crew
and tho captain, C. 11. Murray, are
supposed to havo been lost Tho oth
ers were rescued by a tug. Two ves
sels at quarantine were blown across
tho river and aro high and dry. Tho
United States rovenuo cutter Tybea
sustained slight damage. Small boat:
were thrown about in every direction.
Tho Flora left at 0 a, m. with a heavy
cargo for Brunswick. She is in chargo
of Capt Jenkins, her owner. The
steamer Gov. Safford, Capt Strobhar,
was to leave Beaufort for Savannah
at 10:00 a. m. Grave fears are enter
tained for the vessel. She was duo at
Tybeo at noon, and it is thought the
storm was at that hour at its height at
tho Island. Tho steamboat Star ar
rived from Bluffton at 11:00 o'clock,
getting In just in time. Tho bark
Hilda, owned in Savannah, left Mon
day night for Brunswick in tow of the
tug Cynthia, and no news ha3 been re
ceived of her. One hundred thousand
to 8180,000 13 belloved to bo a low esti
mate of tho damage to the shipping.
One of tho most complete wrecks is
Forsythe park, which has been the
prido of the city. Three'-fourths of the
trees aro blown down and aro laying in
every direction. Tho city is a tangle
of wires. The street car lines slopped
running soon after the blow began,
and tho cars are standing on the track;
in every part of tho city. Tho ware
houses on the river front were heavily
The Savannah Guano Co.'s mills,
Gomer, Hull & Co.'s guano works and
the Southern Cotton Oil Co.'s mill and
storage sheds on tho river front were
badly wrecked. Tho heaviest damage
was sustained by Gomer, Hull & Co.,
their mill being almost a total wreck.
At Gordon wharf a flying timber
from a building a hundred feet away
struck Wallace Johnson, a clerk, kill
ing him instantly. W. G. Thompson
was killed at the wreck of A. S. Bacon
& Co.'s mills. Several people wero also
injured in tho destruction of Gordon's
Four Negroes in Southville, a col
ored settlement in tho southern por
tion of the, city, were caught under a
" falling fbof and killed.
Savannaii, Ga., Sept 30. Tho fatal
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and trimmed and perfect fitting.
Children's doublo breasted,
all wool suits, well made in
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ed woolens of tha vorv
newest and nobbiest designs, best of
tiimmlngs and workmanship.
Men's underwear, finest all
wool and Wrights Genulno
Old P. 0, Building
ities of tuo nurricano wrncn swept a
vannah and tho country south and
north of hero were increased, Wednes
day by finding tho body of Capt. Chas.
E. Murray of the Robert Turner which
went ashore in the river below the city
during tho helghth of tho storm.
Thrco of tho crew besides Capt. Mur
ray wore drowned but their bodies have
not yot boon recovered. The steamer
Governor Safford, which left Beaufort,
S. C., for Savannah Tuesday morning
has not been heard from, and is
supposed to be ashore. The steamer
Star loft Wednesday morning in search
of tho Governor Safford. The finding
of Capt. Murray and tho drowning
of thrco of their crew bus increased-
tho number of dead so
far to 11. Two of tho Negroes In
jured by falling buildings will die.
Tho damage of tho storm will go large
ly above a million dollars. Nearly
every, building In the city Is damaged
and tho loss to the railroads Islieavy.
All of the plantations in the neighbor
hood of the city and along tho Savan
nah river are severely damaged. No
definite news has been recolvcd from
Tybea island, but it is not believed that
tho loss there is heavy.
Four persons were killed outright in
Brunswick, as follows: Wm, Daniels,
Ablu Davis, John Jefferson and baby.
A careful estimate places tho damage
at 8500,000. Many persons wero dan
gerously Injured. One lady was killed
at Everett, a email station a few miles
HIGH WINDS, '
Accompanied by n Ileaty Down foil of
Bain, Causes Havoc Among Telegraph
Lines East of Pittsburgh.
Pn-rsBunon, Pa., Sept 30. Heavy
rainfall during the day and Tuesday
night has wrought havoc with the tele
graph lines east of here, no communi
cation having been had with Washing
ton since 11 o'cl6ck, or with Harris-
burg and Philadelphia since midnight
East of the mountains the rain
is reported to have been accom
panied by high winds, to which
the prostration of tho telegraph lines
is probably due. In the absence of
telegraph communication it is almost
impossible to obtain any Information
in regard to damage done by the storm.
Severe floods aro reported along the
southern border of the state and be
tween Cumberland, Md., and Grafton,
W. Va, where bridges were reported
to have beon washed away, but no par
ticulars aro obtainable.
Tbo Wind Wow at the Itato ot Sixty-Six
Miles an nonr.
Ciiakluston, S. C., Sept 80. About
11 o'clock the sky filled up with
swiftly moving clouds and the
wind became boisterous. From, noon
until about 2 o'clock" the wind rose rap-'
idly and the official record showed
that 03 miles per hour was reached.
Trees, fences, gutters 'and loose signs
camo down. Almost before tho
storm had reached a hurious point here
it was understood that the city was
partially shut off from telegraph com
munication with the world. At 5:00
o'clock Tuesday morning inquiries at
the offices of the Western Union and
Postal Telegraph companies developed
the fact that Charleston was entirely
cut off from tho world. Not a wire
.was working in any direction.
Tiy a Heavy Flood In Kverett, I'll., and
Evekutt, Pa., Sept. 30, A. heavy
flood followed the steady downpour
Tuesday night and the Bultlmoro &
Ohio railway bridgo was washed away.
All the telegraphic lines aro down. The
lower part of the town is inundated.
Traffic on the Huntington & liroad
Top Mountain railroad is -suspended
because of a submerged track. The
water rushed down a narrow gap and
rose at an alarming rate. Everett is
directly east of Bedford, tho county
seat of Bedford county. All mountain
streams aro raging torrents. Their
narrow passes are choking the
floods. Tho loss to farmers and in vil
lages along tho lower lands will bo
Tho Fourth Gnmc.
Minneapolis, Minn., Sept SO. Tho
fourth game of tho series for tho De
troit Free Press cup was played hero
Tuesday and resulted in a victory for
the champion millers. Three errors
by Minneapolis proved costly and a
similar exhibition of carelessness by
Indianapolis in tho third inning, gave
tho Millers a lead that was never over
come. The score was Minneapolis 7,
Iiranswlek, Ga., IJailly Damagod by Storm.
Atlanta, Ga., Sept. SO. Specials to
tbo Constitution from Brunswick state
that tho loss by tho storm thero will
exceed SW0,000, Several lives were re
ported IBst, "but ''at midnight tho list
waq Incomplete. TJio Plant and South,
em railways aro among the losers.
Xh,e vres wont dowq during the
storm and messages could not be got
through until lato Tuesday night
No Serloai Stoppage of Truffle.
Vancouveh, B. C.,Se.pt 20. All tho
railroad telegraph operators on tho
Pacific division of the Canadian Pacific
rairroad went on strike Tuesday morn
ing in obedience to orders from T. M.
Pierson, chairman of the grlevanco
committee at Montreal. Trains are
running as usual on tho Pacific division
andit is not thought any serious stop-
pago oi traffic wm result.
Sharkey Calls Corbptt a, Coward.
Denveu. Sept CO. Sharkey and Ills
manager, Lynch, left hero Wednesday
for San Francisco. Sharkey Is wild
with rago at the refusal of Corbett to
fight him and calls him a coward and
a sneaking cur, The telegram from
Corbett to Cynch' la a rcurt notice that
Corbett can not waste no more time on
Shn.rkev. Sharkev savs Corbett is
Over the Susquehanna at Co
lumbia, Pa., Wrecked.
Structure Was Almost a Mile in
Length and Cost $150,000.
It l UellcM.'d Several Men Were on tht
llrlilt-t) U'lion It Was Swupt Awny
Other X'riipertjr Wos UnmaRcil,
to thu Amount ot SI, 000. OOO.
Lakca&ieii, Pa., Sept. 30. Tho
bridgo over tho busquehanna river at
thu Columbia which was nearly a milo
in length was almost completely
wrecked by tho hcay wind storm
early Wednesday morning. The bridge
was used by the Frederick division of
tho Pennsylvania railroad and was
also used us a public wagon road. Tho
bridge connected Columbia with
Wrightbville, Pn. Only two iron spans
of the bridgo remain. The bridgo was
rebuilt in lbCO at ncostof 8150,000. Tho
plerb uro not injured.
It is believed several men were on
tho bridge when it was swept away.
Reports received from all sections of
the country show that tho damago
doDo will reach in tho aggregate nenr
ly 1,C00,000. Hundreds of farmers
have lost their entire tobacco crop
which was ready for tho market.
In addition to "frame buildings num
erous brick structures were razed to
tho ground. The largest was that of
II. Burd Casscll, ex-chairman of tho
republican county committee. His
brick planing mill collapsed Involving
a loss of Sl0,000. Tho roof of Deputy
Auditor General Friday's barn was
blown off and the upper part of the
Senator Quay hod just completed the
erection of a large tobacco shed on
hjs farm and the roof of it was blown
A numberof treeswere blown across
the tracks of the Little Schuylkill
branch of tho Philadelphia and Read
ing railroad between Port Clinton and
Tamaqua, and the Buffalo express, due
at Reading at 5:00 a. m., was thrco
Kxperlences u Destructive Flood Tele
graphic Communication Snspended.
Huntington, Pa,, Sept S'J. Tho
Juniata valley is experiencing a de
structive flood, scarcely less in extent
than the great flood of 1SS9. During
tho past 24 hours tho rainfall has been
unprecedented and tho climax was
reached at 2 o'clock Wednesday morn
ing by a cloudburst just west of tho
city. This volume of water swept
through the western end of the
town, washing out streets, flooding
houses, carrying away out-buildlngs,
nnd drowning several head of cattle.
Many families were obliged to llee
from their homes. Traffic on the mid
dle division of tho Pennsylvania rail
road has been wholly suspended, nil
through eastern trains going around
by way of Lockhaven, on tho North
ern Central. Tho Pennsylvania
tracks, five miles east of here,
have been washed out, and a slido
on Jack's mountain, ten miles east,
has covered tho tracks" for a distance
of 200 yards. Telegraphic communi
cation with the cast is also suspended.
In Bedford county on the Raystown
branch, two houses were carried away
at Saxton and Riddlesburg, tho occu
pants having to flee from them in their
night clothes. Tho farmers living along
tho overflowed rivers have suffered
greatly from the destruction of their
Upera House at Lawrence, lias., Uurns.
Lawrence, Kas., Sept. 30. Bower
sock's opera houso caught Arc at uti
early hour Wednesday morning and
for two hours tho building was envel
oped in (lames and smoke, the flames
leaping 30 feet above the roof. It was
not until tho entire upper part of tho
building had been completely demol
ished that 'the firo was gotten under
control. In this building are tho post
office and tho office of the Dally World.
These were damaged by water only,
the latter only slightly. Tho scenery
and fixtures and nil tho Interior of tho
opera houso are a mass of ruins. Esti
mated damage, 813,000; covered by in
surance. Ilourko Cockran 3IIslnc.
Wheeling-, W. Vb., Sept. SO. Hon.
Bourke Cockran, who was to speak
hero Wednesday afternoon to tho
sound money democrats, is lost some
where on his way to this city, and all
efforts of tho committee to find him
havo been fruitless. Ho was duo hero
Wednesday morning from Now York.
The committee has telegraphed all in
tormedjato points, ( but nothing has
been hpard from hjra. There is a
freight wreck reported on tho Balti
more & Ohio, but tho railroad offlciols
know nothing of tho distinguished
speaker or whore he is 'delayed
thereby. ' '
Hotel Firo at Hot Springs, Ark.
St. Louib, Sept. 30. A special from
Hot Springs, Ark., says the Alamo ho
tel, a three-story frame building on
Prospect avenue, was destroyed by
fire at an early hour Wednesday morn
ing. Tho Inmates barely escaped with
thoir lives. The flames spread rapidly,
destroying all tho contents. Tho
proporty belonged to W, A. Spiver nnd
was valued at about 810,000. Tho
guests to tho numbor of about thirty
lost nearly all their personal property.
Ualn and IVInd Storm at Charlotte, N. C
Cuaklotte, N, C, Sept. 30. A heavy
rain and wind storm struck Charlotte
Tuesday afternoon. It was the" sever
est everknown. Tho wasto houso at
tht? Gingham mill was partjally blown
aown ana tne roots were uuea irom
tvf rtvs of operatives' cottages. Nq
A cream ol tartar Halting Powder. HlgneBi
of all in leavening strength Latttt VnUid
Metes Government Food Report.
HOVAL BAK1NO POWDEK CO., 100 Wall St.N.'i
X7ow and Interesting Happenings Within
landed tho Piiyne-lluckwlth right by Ar
resting All Parties Concerned.
Cl.KVKLAKD, 0., Sept. 50. Dock
Payne and Lon Bcckwith, middle
weights, met Tuesday night for a fin
ish light for S2.')0 a side and gate re
ceipts. The light occurred In Johnny
Lavack'a gymnualum. Both men wero
In perfect rendition and Pnyno was
favorite in the betting. Bcckwith was
a sui prise however and went at Payno
like a hurricauc. In the seventh round,
when Pnyne was ull but knocked out,
a squud of police burst In the doors and
stopped tho fight, arresting tho princi
pals, seconds and the referee, Jimmy
Ryau, of Cincinnati.
Two hundred spectators wore in at
tendance and but ten of them escaped
by jumping from the windows. All
the putrol wagons in tho city made
trip after trip conveying tho crowd,
which contained many prominent cit
izens, to tlic central station.
At IIIckHvlllc-'. U. Ily the linntlug of a
Duui CiinHlderablo Damuife.
Hicksvillk, O., Sept SO. The heavy
rains during the past thrco days caused
the dam In Cascber's creek, two miles
south of here, to give way Tuesday
morning, and tho back country is un
der water for a mile around, and the
damage to stock and property will
reach 815,000. Several farmers were
compelled to move into the sec
ond story of their houses, and son.o
can leavo their premises only by means
of rafts. The water is receding, and
will probably return to tho regular
channel by Wednesday.
McKlnley'a Letter to S. I- Perkins Six
Canton, O., Sept 30. Mai McKin
ley had nothing to say about the pub
lished letter said to havo been written
by him to S. B. Perkins six years ago,
except that if it is a true copy of tho
original it doubtless expressed his
views at the time. Ho has' not seen
the original and takes no interest in
this or other old letters, as his position
at this time is thoroughly well under
stood. I'lro ut Illkhart, Lud.
Elkuakt, Ind., Sept. 30. A S'JU.OOO
fire occurred here early Wednesday
morning. J. C Putcrbaugh, dealer In
agricultural implements, in whoso
store the firo started, estimates his loss
at 83,000; insured for 82,100. The
flames spread to the Elkhart Tablet
factory, where tho loss on machinery
nnd stock was 820,000; insured. The
origin of tho firo is unknown, but it is
believed to bo incendiary.
Ttttt State Campaign Opeuod.
CoLUSiucrs, 0., Sept SO. Tho sound
money democrats opened their state
campaign here Tuesday afternoon
with addresses at tho board of trade
auditorium. The weather was bad
but tho hall waa vory well filled with
an enthusiastic crowd. Addresses
Viero mado by ex-Congressman Outh
waltc, Virgil P. Kline and M. R. Dick
ey, of Cleveland. No attempt was
made at demonstration,
Dldu't Know It Was Loaded.
Montgomekt, Ala., Sept 30. Miss
Ruffin, of Sardis, playfully pointed a
pistol at August Gilchrist, of Courtland,
and killed him. She was visiting Gil
christ's sister and expected to bo her
bridesmaid next wcelc
I Ion's All fool
,-... $7.50 vLeJers.
No better values than our 50 cent
goods 50 cents for the shirt and '
jj 50 centsfor the drawers. Three
H different kinds.
j Childrens' Knee Pant Suits Prices
jj ,$1 .00, $ 1 ,50, $2.00 and up.
We take periodicril
Arrival and Departure of Trains.
n. & o. s.w.
DfiPAiwr ():0o a. m., 10:40 a. m., :00 rm till
p. m., 7 :00 p. m., ll :2S p. m.
aiuuvz b.-os a. m:, 8:10 a. m 1S:15, p. m., iiM
p tn., O.'IOp. m., 8:55 p.m.
T. &OC. Ex.
Leave 2.10 p.m., 0:00,4:00 a.m
AimrvK 4:4!, I2:15p m. 7:80 a.m
C &. M.
Ll-av 6:25 a.m. l:SIp.a
AimrvE., ll:15o. tn., 7:05 p. a
, Z. &O.
Leave 0:20a.m., 2:40 p. a
arrive io:40a.m., S:CE p. a
O. R. R. R. (Eastern Time.)
Sotmi 0:31a.m.; 8:03. 7:83 p. m
North 12:32, s:50 a.m.; 7:27 p. m
Columhus, 0., Sept SO. After it
meeting, lasting all day Tuesday, tho
coal operators of Ohio decided that
the reduced scale, 45 cents a ton, shall
take effect October 1. President Ratch
ford, of the miners, now refuses to call
his standing committee together, and
tho operators say they will treat
directly with tho men, ignoring their
Marshall nnd Parragber Matched.
Youngbtown, O., Sept. 30. Jcn-y
Marshall has signed articles to fight
Mike Fnrraghcr 20 rounds or moro for
SS00 a sido and tho entire receipts, tho
principals to weigh not more than 133
pounds. Marshall is backed by "Brick"
Connelly, tho backer of Peter Maher.
The fight will take placo the night of
October 15 in this vicinity.
Dig Sqnlrrel Hunt.
WoosTEr., O., Sept 30. Farmers and
their wives living west of hero to tho
number of 100 joined in a squirrel hunt
and dinner. Only squirrels were shot,
80 being bagged. All wero dressed,
cooked and served In tho woods. Sev
enteen of the squirrels were shot by
the women In the party.
Farmer Taken to tbo Insane Asylum.
Colleoe ConNEn, O., Sept 30. Hen
ry Earhort a farmer living cast of
town, was removed to tho state insane
asylum at Columbus, Ohio, Tuesday
morning. Tho cause of his Insanity
was brooding over financial troubles
and too closo study of politics.
Cscapod Wild Man Itecaptnred.
Ashland, O., Sept 30. John Wiley,
an epileptic inmate of the infirmary,
escaped. Steward Brlndle's arm was,
cut to the bone and an artery was sev
ered in tho attempt to capture Wiley,
who was finally run down and held by
Two Killed and I'lro Injured.
Rcadino, Pa., Sept 30. By tho col
lapse of the roof of tho casting house
of the Temple furnace, caused
by the high winds early Wed
nesday morning, Edward Riss
miller and Samuel Trout were killed,
nnd Wm. C. Collar, Joseph Rothenbur
ger, Harry Decker, Wm. Shaddlcr and
Wm. Wertz were injured.
Clovoland Declined to Pardon.
Littlk Rock, Ark., Sept 30. Presi
dent Cleveland has refused to consider
the application for a pardon for Horace
G. Allis, tho ox-Little Rock banker,
now serving a five-years' sentence in
tho Brooklyn penitentiary.
' ISadly Wounded by an OQccr.
Wabren, O., Sept. 30. Whilo trying
to avoid arrest Charles Hamilton, ol
Greenville, Pa , was shot in the back
by Policeman Waldorf Wednesday
morning. His wound is dangerous,
Gallipolis, 0., Sept 30. Julia A.
Billings was allowed 82,600 alimony
from her husband, W. II. Billings,
Wednesday morning, in the common
pleas court. Billings Is a grocer of this
A Tnrnntala Captured.
Athbns, O., Sept 30. A tarantula on
a bunch of bananas created consterna
tion among tho clerks in Roach Broth
ers' wholesale grocery here Tuesday
afternoon. It was finnlty captured.
Fell Over a Cliff.
Xenia, 0., Sept 30. Susie, the 13-ycar-old
daughter of Isaac Grindle, of
Clifton, this county, fell over the
cliffs, a distanco of 40 feet, and was
& llroUo Ills Spine.
Woosier, O., Sept 30. Geo. llelsze,
of Milton township, was going home
when his wagon upset upon him, break
ing his spine. Ho Is at tho point of
Si-encerville, O,, Sept 30. James
Blakely, a farmer, has strangely dis
appeared. Ho had considerable money
with him when ho left home
Kersey Owcoas i
Rouse. 1 J
lUllLlUUUUMUIUflK - Vs '
one was injured.
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