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Big Bridge Over tlie Ohio Rive r
MANY MANGLED BODIES TAKEN OCT
Lircs Lost on
Loui8ViLLE, Ky., Dec. 15. A large
span of the JinVrsonvllle and Louli-
ville bridge across the Ohio river fell at
bulf past ten this morning. The bridge
would have been conpleted in a few
Forty-one men were throwu into the
river. The number killed will not, it
if- thought, exceed twenty. The acci
dent was due to the unsccuro placing
of a traveling crane. Last niKhttho
wind still further loosened it, and
when the engines started this morning
to draw It back into lis place, the
swaying of the false work In the high
wind forced it from the piles where it
was placed, carrying the bridge down
with it. Ten workmen saw the dan
ger in time to escape. Forty -one went
down a hundred and ten feet Into the
Three years ago, 'during the construc
tion of piers, an accident happened In
the caisson, by which twelve lives were
lost, Accidents have been frequent
and It Is said fifty persons In all have
lost their lives by them. The bodies of
Ed. BimmouB and ten unidentified
workmen have been recovered.
At 11 o'clock twenty-five bodies, hor
ribly mangled, have been recovered.
The number wounded is not yet learned,
though It will be lame.
LATEH FROM WRECK.
A report from Jeflersonvllle, the oth
er end of the bridge, says one hundred
aud fifty men were on the span, of
whom only sixty-five are accounted for.
As to how many men were on the
span when it fell, there are conflicting
reports. 8ome escaped men say there
were a hundred, and aa few are taken
out of the water or from the debris, the
loss of life Is put down as at least fifty.
Others say Just before the accident a
number of men wore called off the span
and not more than fifty remained, some
of whom escaped to the other span,
and that with the saved from the wa
ter, the loss Is not more than 20 or 25.
The latter Is probably correct.
Following are taken out dead: Les
ter Garllck, Frank Miller, Pat Kelly,
Frank Simons, Chas. Murphy, J. W.
Burke, John Courtney, BudCavanaugh
and a man namrd Russell. Seven In
jured are found so far.
Opposition to Utah.
Washington, D. C, Dee. 16. The
bill for the admlssloa of Utah will prob
ably be opposed In the senate by its old
antagonist, the ladles borne missionary
society, which claims that polygamy is
OREGON PA0IFI0 SOLD.
Property Goes to tho Bondholders
Now in Control.
Corvallis, Dc. 16 -Oregon Pacific
railroad was sold at sheriffs sale this
afternoon for two hundred thousand
dollars. The property was oio in oy
p. Clark of New York, representing
the B indbolders comtnltteo of which
James J. Blair Is chalrmam.
rm.i i. thn avndlcate now operating
the road, and who will do all In their
nower to extend the line and make the
.. ,, nroflrable oue. The fraro
y ' , .. .. .!. ,.,1 irnllld be bid in
exprewa uwum "
by the Hogg lacuou ur i.. v -
Pacific did not materialize
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CoitVALUB, Dec. le.-Bpeclfti-'rr
Oregon Pacific was sold at 2 P. m. for
,200V It was PurcbM y Jam-
Clarke and U. iS. nugura, i......
y,e Blalr-Wharton bond I holder, and
L.,.flP,.t. holders. Col. Hoes gave no-
tice that be claimed the road
Bradfield's FmwIb hoMor
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SALEM. OREGON. JTHIDAY, DECEMBER 15, ib93.
House Passes Bill Admitting Arizona
Washington, Dec. 15. The house
committee on foreign and interstate
commerce decided to report favorably
a resolution of Representative Doollttle,
T Washington, providing for a com
mission of three senators and six rep
resentatives to visit and Investigate the
Nicaragua canal project.
When tho house assembled this
morning less than a hundred members
were present The Arizona bill was
called up. After tho morning hour the
Republic mB continued to filibuster, but
the Democrats secured a quorum and
the House went committeeof the whole
on the bill, After debato the bill for
admission of Arizona passed tho house
by vote of 185 to 00.
8an Francisco, Dee. 15. -A fire
thia morning destroyed a China wash
house on Valencia Street. The bodies
of two Chinese have been taken from
the ruins and two more are missing.
Philadelphia, Dec. 15. The
Crane Iron Company assigned this
afternoon. The company .Wis capital
ized at two million;,
NAT BUI'S TALB CONCLUDED
Promised Leniency for Tam
ing States Evidence.
IIB PROVED A STRONG WITNESS
Stuftning E fleet of Ills Testimony
on tho Conspir
Portland, Dec. 15. (Special In
the conspiracy jrialljls Ltnornljog"crosB-.
examination oflJIum was concluded.
Blum on direct examination testified
that he was Induced to turn state's ev,
dence by the promise of United Statt s
District Attorney D. R. Murphy to nek
the court fur leniency, and the deser
tion of the other defendants.
It is tne general impression that
Blum was a most competent witness
for the government aud thus his testi
mony has been very effective aud has
made out a most damaging case against
the conspirators. The rulings of Judge
Bellinger have dismayed the lawyers
for the defense throughout the who'e
trial, and a stronger gallaxy of promin
ent Jurists was never manballed than
are pleading the cause of these defend
ants. Blum bad bis facts all pat and was
never confused. On crots examination
he was proud to be more than a match
for some of the counsel aud often struck
back at them In a telling manner with
recitals tbey bad rather bavo kept in
the dark. He bad bis records ery
complete, consisting of memoranda,
letters, notes of agreement, cipher codes
and ficticious names under which the
money was passed, It is believed thai
there will be convictions lu every case.
Washington, Dixs. 15. A Confer
ence leading silver men In the country
to devise ways of continuing the, fight
for free sllvr opened todiy. There are
aboat fifty in all present, representing
the boneand sinew of tbe silver move
ment. Tho Conference Is being held
with closed doors.
Married an Earl.
LoNDON.Dec. 16 Miss Adele Grant,
of New York, aud George Deyereaux
riB.r (im. Earl of Eex, were
married this morning at St. M4rtfart'a
London, Dae. lo me rriuo?io.
Wales is suflerlne from the liifiueuzi.
Bbe Is at Bandrlngham house, aud
making good progress toward recovery.
The Honson Murder.
Edinburgh, Dec. 15. -At the Mon
on trial expert testimony was Intro
duced Uuumaker McNauhton gave
deductions from wounds in the head of
the dead ron aud the bullet tnrk on
the trees near by, and told or experl.
menU In shootlnc at various distance
aud angles at dead bodle at tbe mr
irue under the supervision of doctor,
n, TJtsb-nlia twtlfled as to the re
sults of tbe pt in rn enmlaitlon,
d said that tbof-ttsl allot wm fired
a dUuoe of niae ft and could not
hfabaentirelby H.talrourfii b!w
IE FOREIGN ROUND-UP.
Brazilians Object' te Oar Far
FRANCE ENLARGING ITS rOLICE FORCE
Important European Associated
Mello's Friends in New York.
New York, Dao. 15. The Herald
says: "Certain prominent and wealthy
Brazilians, who reside in or near this
city and favor tho cause represented by
Mello In the combat uow waging in tho
South American republic, have associa
ted tbomselvea together for tho purpose
of obtaining redress against the persons
who have fitted out warships In this
port and dispatched tho sama to Brazil
In the Interest of President Pelxoto
The syndicate of Brazilians also pro
poses to restrain, If passible, the anna
mentof rurtherablps for this purpose
In the ports of the! Uulted Stales. They,
assert that the United States govern
ment, In su tiering such ehlpa to bo
fitted out here, has violated the law of
nations and rendered Itself liablo to on
ormous damages which should prevail.
The spectacle of a neutral power per
mitting Individuals to prepare a hostile
fleet In Its own waters la aald to be un
precedented, and the action of these In
terested parties Is asserted to be In vio
lation of tbe statutes In such cases made
and provided. It was Impossible yes
terday to ascertain tho names of these
gentlemen, but tbey are sevou in num
ber and they will go right to work to
test the soundness of their contention
In the courts. Isaao Angel, a lawyer of
high Btandlng and ability, aa well as
large experiebce In tho United States
courts, has been retained to push tho
Address from Hawaii
Bbattlb, Dee. 16. A.Fcek, a Seat-
olulu where be secured a contract for
tbe construction of fifty-four miles of
railroad around the island of 0hu.
He was made tho bearer of an addross
to tbe people of the United States from
the American league of Honolulu. The
address says: "We protest most em
phatically agaliiBt the reported assump
tion of Prenldeut Cleveland that the
provisional government of the Hawa
iian Islands should cease to exist be
cause the proposition fur union with
the Uulted States fallo i to moot bis ap
oroval. We Insist that the present
government has the same right to exist
that the Uulted States Had niior me
revolution of 1870." In conclusion the
iddross says, "It hai bAen asserted by
tbe adherents of the late queen that
the president of tbe United States
would forcibly if nocewury re-tbrono
tbe late queen and re-establish her au
tuorlty. We cannot believe that Presi
dent Olevelaud has boon lll-ndvlsed but
should he so decide, we Intend to ap
peal to congress and the people of the
Uulted States to prevent bo great a
crime against liberty and good govern
Afcer tho Anarchists.
Paris, Doj. 16. Immediately after
tho government's repressive bills have
been adopted by the deputies, auaiuon
il arrests will be made. Pending a
voto on these bills 800.000 francs will
ba voted lor au Increase of the pollco
force. The authorities are drawing a
wheme for the adequate surveillance of
persons known to have revolutionary
tendencies. Coraralssirles of police
will be established at various towns
which hitherto have been without
them. A large sum will be plaoad at
the disposal of the prefects to. enable
them to keep a, sharp eye on the sus
pects. Te whole maoniuery wm
In working order at tbe beginning of
the new year.
Leopold Koob, an Auntrlan shoemak-
er, uasueen oruoreu vv i"'" -
within eight days, owing to the lact
that numerous anaroblsts prints and
compromising letters were found In his
Posy Moore Coaiag.
London, Dec. 16"Pooy Moore,
fit her-lo-lawof Charley Mltcbell.leavra
for tbe United States January, 4 to wit-
tbe MltobeU-Ovirbett Btfni, no
Mitchell to the amount oi
Itnue. Dm. 15. -The suspension or
Mquy, linker &Co. will i dlsaa
trou to English and American ml
duu here and at Florence, Maujr
I will be temporarily Uelplewu
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
FORECAST OF TOE MESSAGE,
Haw CleToland Will Deal Willi
THE ENGLISH IDEA OF ANNEXATION.
Republicans Resisting Admission
of Arizona as a
Forecast of the Message.
Washiagton, Dec. 16. A corres.
pondeut of tbe Baltimore Sup eays:
"Tho president's messago on Hawaii
will boaoouipleto jrevlow of tho whole
question. The president will show that
tbe queen waa overthrown by acta
sanctioned by Stevens, that, aa It re
ceived the approval or the Uulted
States and was considered unjustified
and unfriendly, It must be undone. The
president will probably say that Willis
waa Instructed to first decline formally
tbe proposition of aunexatlon.and thou
to announce that tbe Uulted Btatee de
manded that tho queen be restored! to
power peacefully, but that If she was
unwilling to be seated without the as
surance of this government that she
would be protected from harm and re
tained in power by tbe United Btatee,
then to take no steps but to awat In
structions from the United States, tbe
pWbIuejrtTlfTa"y theT'tulnlster found
tho provisional government much
fctrouger than was expected, uoIuk
seated and lie power Increasing each
day. All tbe couditlous were such as
to prevent tho oarrying out o( his In
structions; and now that the president
bad exhausted his prerogatives of offico
to bring about a settlement lu Hawaii
without calling upon tho naval force to
assist It, there was no other resort for
tho president but to leave the question
for the further action of congress. It Is
believed tho presldout will not diverge
from his present policy. It Is certain,
however, he will hardly urge that force
be resorted to."
Washington, Dio, 15. The presi
dent's message on tho Hawaiian ques
tion will be 2500 to 8000 words in length.
The president Is himself now engaged
In writing tbe message. It. will prob
ably uot go to congress before Monday.
Tbe steamer sails from Ban Francisco
to Honolulu today or tomorrow. All
that tbe state and navy departments
have collected on Hawaii la now lu the
president's hands having beon taken to
him today and none of it will be made
public until ho sends It to congress.
English Idea of Annexation.
London, Dee. 16. Tbe Standard, re
ferring to tbe Hawaiian situation, says;
The knot or merchants, speculators
and office seekers who plauned and
curried out I he revolution lu Hawaii
aud constituted themselvt-H the pro
Vls'onal government are, as might be
expected, furious at President Cleve
land for having decided that tho Uulted
States must decline to accept the It
lands offered them as a result if he
nefarious Intrigue by American citi
zens. No other decision could have
been expected from au honest, honor
able man, but It has astonished tbe
group of adventurers, who thought
tbey would be enthuslastlea y balled
by a grateful country for what they
had really done only for personal ad
vantage. Stevens Talks oa Hawaii.
Portland, Me., D-c. 16. J. L,
Stevens delivered an aridrta on lUwtfl
at the Portlaud Club last night.
Among other things be said: "The na.
tlvta or the island, numbering- 31,000,
ate decreasing at the ra e of 1000 per
anuuui, and .will noon becxtlncljno
greater evil could bo lufllcUd on them
than restoration; tbe charge that mis
slouarlee had unlawfully laken the
land was unjust. The Uhud have
been fairly woo by 70 year work by
Americans. Blount confined hlmsalf
to a limited field of oUwatlou. Ota
Urge body of Influential men, he cared
I not to obtain Information." Stavetw
concluded by saying that he believed
his hearers would prefer the polley
pursued toward the island by Jeflenea
Jackson, Grant, Blatue, and of Cleve
land or 18S0 to that or Olevefsmd ef
Debate in OoagreM.
Washington, Dee, 15. Thefaouee
WHs.dead locked two hours by the re-
fuaal or tbe Republicans to vote on the
whole ror tbo consideration of tho Ari
zona statehood bill. Tbo Democratic
leaders decided this morning to proceed
with tho consideration of tbe Arizona
and New Mexico bills and dispone of
tbom beforo tho holld.iy?. The Repub
licans do not rollah the Idea of brine;- '
lug these Democratic territories into
tbo Union and at tbe request of the
leaders refrained from voting except
those from the newly admitted ettee
or Washington, Wyoming, Montana,
Idaho aud tbo Dakotaa. The Demo
crats expect to have their owu quorum
McGarraban's bill was called up dur
ing tbo morning hour but waa filibus
tered against by Bayers or Texas, chair
man or tbe appropriation committee.
Immediately after reading tbe jour
nal Dookcry called up the bill to Im
prove tho methods or accounting In
tbe postoffloe department. TjHt bill
abolishes postal notes, reduees the
schedules or rates on money orders ap
proximately to a scale fee, charged by
the express companies and makes oth
er changes, The bill paeeed without
debate. ,.., w -
Tho bill limiting the time, under
which claimants to property under tbe
donation aol of 1850 must appear, ts
July 1, 1803, and giving tbo present oc
cupants of lands prefertlalolalmln oaee
tho title under tho act of 1850 was net
affected was takou up. Some debate
by Hermann of Oregon and Mr, Voer
heps or New York, was Indulged la;
The latter Intimated that some private
interest must exist In tho bill that H
sought to deprive one ulaey of claimable
for tbo benefit of anothor. He declared
It would bo anothor D-'sMoluei river
case. Hermann stated that the old
claimants bad ovor forty years to eon
firm their titles, Tho bill was not de
signed to dispossess any claimants.
Tho bill simply required the original
claimants or their Ijolrs to come forward
aud protect their titles or surrender
them to the present occupants. Tbe
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