Chautauqua Lake Ice Co Fire-Josiah Hanna
showered arm also a advices hah h t , but was that unfair thÂ» exaggerated. d u c t e d : Â«Y Loss of Life and Property at Pittsburg Fire Last Night. Three More Bodies Recovered From the Ruins This Forenoon. Carnegie Company Said to be Moving to Form Pig Iron Trust, = , s fact t h e is j j re-; was. j factor in | Â· executive elect- i 1SS2., Afri- j and Â· h i s ' , his , ;'ne K M ! i i Spanish Authorities Take tions to Guard Woodford, o f 1 re- . Â· j to a f t e r , Â· pro- , i | A : committee an Â· elec-_ ' this late , May Reach Twenty-Five Dead. Pittsburg. Keb 10.--The loss of life and property by the fimj 1'ast night in the gieat cold storage plant of the Chamaugua lal-re Ice company, was tfap greatest, in the history of Ptusburg. At least fifteen persons were killed, over a score injured arid property val- itSvl at a million and one-half destroyed. destroyed. The loss of life was caused by th'e explosion of several hundred barrels of wnisky m the ware house, knocking out one of the walls. Tru- dead are: Lieut, of Police John A. Berry. John Dwyer. William Scott-Ir, t h f son of President Scotc of the tauqua State Ice Co.; Stanley Seitz, George Loveless. Mrs. Mar\ Sipe aad her mother; Stanley Sipe. Lieut. Josep Johnson, a fireman name unknown: unknown: William I.. Wal'.easteiu. and three- unknown men. The missing are: Nathaniel Green, accountant of the Datlmerer building, supposed to be in the ruins: Thomas Lynch, iceman in the employ of the Chautaqua company, supposed to he the ruins: Edward Berry, watchman the storage building. It is believed that, at least ten more boafes are in the ruins, which are too hot to 'be moved. The principal losses are: Union Storage company, $775.000: Hoever's Storage Warehouse and contents. SGOO.OOOt Chatauqua Ice company. Â£150.000. Tbree more- bodies were taken from the ruins this forenoon. The dead it is now thought will reach 25. Those taken one this "morning were: John Hanna. Bookkeeper and cashier of the Chautauqua Lake Ice Co.: Scott, another sea of President Scott, and an unknown fireman. the house of an di= the was supported Later.--But eight bodies were recovered recovered instead of 14. as first reporter!. reporter!. Four are missing, and the firemen believe that a numoer of others are still under the ruins. The correct list of the identified dead, is Lieut. Police Berry: John Dwyer. William Scott. Jr.. Stanley Sipe. George Loveless. Wil- Itara A. Walirc-ber.siein. Josiah Hanna. Hanna. and William Smith. The missing. Nathaniel Green. Thomas Lynch. John Scor. and Eiw:n Barry.