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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - March 31, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOET DAILY PHAEO8 15TH YEAH MONDAY EYEMtf MAKCH 31 No JOHN BRAYS Owing to the disagreeable weather of week we have to continue our sae of billies ilusliu Underwear Por Anothor Woek P S added to ow Goods will be io stock this week lush of Hoses RHRLZIDS 12thSt Drue Store JJOIA N tf ulDHA lltlUSE MONDAY MARCH 31gt Tlio Kohrnigj Knoriio if tlo Comedy Sta tlio unl tllttcil Comedienne In her ISriUlunt Musicul Couiody STARLIGH T UepUte with the Latent Opera Gems Pretty LSxiiuIstto Toilets A Com ut Acknowledged Iotncily Artbta Ciitcby Orijflimi Music Now Gavotc by Six Hiindsumo Girls Beautifully CostmiHii wutv ttyliigs funny situations Thats EnDDjh DoRr5 You Think JolT D liernatoiu Proprietor unit Mmuigor ScVe of Prloos Dro53 Circle 75c Fnrquctte Oc li Iconv Seats now on salo at Kees inffs itrup store DOLANS OPEltv HOUSE WM IOtAN MANAGEU ONK SIOKT OSLV Wednesday Evsg April 2 RIP Extraordinary Fitipatrlcks WINKLE iins tluUBinjr Younjt Character Actor MR GEO PAIGE Corps oi1 Metropolitan Play ers Wonderful scenic and mechanical effects A play uroivHOi and sroptcred with a popu larity as wiile us tile universe Grant Stcest Parade at a m Fotihir Ticket for at Keea i from Siarion were crushed to deatn br the j servant story ouildmj right faln t thejr dweUing I under ths east wall of the hotel was totally demolished and not a timber left a dozen It Breaks the Stillness of Lou isvilles Sunday i feet higher than the ground Its inmates EARTH TO EARTHASHES TO ASHES REAL ESTATE For srHT residences on east Broad way For siiie desirable residences on east North ami east For salo desirable residences on SpesrSt For aesirftMe resdtnces on west Broad riiy For sale desirable rosioonoes on Chlppcwa and Pratt streets Two deMraltie i sale For salo or trade dwellings in Smith an Suultztown For tnule iams for cilv property City tropcrtr worthSlCCO S2SJO and SSCU K exchange for farms Forssle hrick residences Xo K7 Broad way 2 stocks cf drv mxxls to trade for a good farm A s oek cf Kvts aud shoes to trade for a good farm Wanted a fartu to trtuJo for drujr store and ml I Wanted business block to trade lor a farm ixits for sale iu all parts of the city Korsae n desiraMe residence and ots oa Vrieiu and 13ti street For rent elepant third floor apartments particulars enquire of M M GORDON Pension and Real Estate Agent Boom No S Elliott Block Ijjgausport Ind Many Burials of Victims of the Cy Passing Hearse Fills the Thoroughfares Loss of Life iow Put ill Not Over ISO Tho Work of Clearing Up tho Wreck Goes Steadily on of Prop erty toss Some mcfileiitli of the Dls uatei Terrible Effects of the Storm at Other Points Uiiln Jji Small Trvvua Noivs from Illinois LOUISVILLE Ky March If possible thy throngs of sightseers yesterday larger than any day since the vroful spectacle a citys ruin was first unfolded to the light of dny in all its hideousness Early trains brought hundreds of rurious visitors and ugeu4 of relisf commit tees frow neighboring cities and tovns to swell ths multitude of those win their way with a local in terest toward the scene of wreck and the guards hud much dimrMilty in maintaining their linos against the jixtLsiini All Satur day uight search continued their labors ml the soiinil of rattling wagons rose jut of vtry street Caiijentors aud tinners winfeed iiku leavers all yesterday trying u broken strengthen walls Gangs of line men wort gathering tho tangled nml liroken wires of the tclrphono nnd telegraph out of tho way fiulhur rupairs tlio solemn tolling of churon bfilhi the frequent ladn and long lines of funeral carriages gave note to tho hurrying crowd that thu tornados victims were pass ing to their last abodes Lows of Iilfo und uroru estitnates by competent under ivitiry uwl s ilvago agentyuro agreed that thu tkimage to buildings of nil classes to doniustic goods ami coninorciai stocks will nEgregato mosi to with a lilsral ailijwauco for Ijuildinj and rctjaairs The maiu joint of thought is that th3 loss uf lifo will not provj riiajrly so creat ps at first suppoijd A a lata hour Saturday night ninetyfour borne on the list of the dead and of those but three wero taken from die ruins during ilia wholo of Saturday Tho Fulls City hall ruins ilidiiotgivo up such a long list oE dead as expected It has been discovered that there wore but few chil dren in Attss Apps dancing hall at tho time of tho wreck und tho younf and old people who wore thorn mostly found their way out soaio ot them bruised and blooding it is true but few dangerously hurt The highest esti mate of tindtail is no greater than 150 now A of Funeral Kxercises Tho work of bitryiug tho dead went on with ghastly and systematic briskness yesterday AH of tho hearses iu the city ireiv tnxtd to their utmost One procession contained live hearses conveying the bodies of tho unfortuuatj laundry girls Maggie McClure Mary liyan Bridget Crow Maggie Campbell and Mary McGinfcy whose funeral services was held at ths cathedral at tho same tinu Humboldt lodge I O O F remained at Cave Hill cemetery during tho afternoon and received ono at a time tho fuueral pro cessions of tho ten myniberi of that fra ternity killed at the Fails City hall Tho burials with the ritual sarvices of tho order occurred nt half hour intervals So urgent wore iho demands on tho uudertakiBrs that as a rule but two linck were allowed to each funeral Street Curs Used as Hearses Even with this arrangement the facilities were inadequate and the electric street cars via Green street and Baxter avenue to the cemetery wore calkxl into requisition as a more rapid means of funeral conveyance Twentyfour funeral processions passed out Broadway en routo to Cave HilL The funeral of Rov Dr Burnwell pastor of Johns Episcopal church took place atnoou His son Dudley Barn well was buried at the same time The Huclunen Xleiip n Harvest The owners of carriages aud hacks raised their charges to S10 per hoar for the use of their vehicles and as a all tho carriages available in Jeffursonvillu and New Albany were brought to this city Some of the colored people aud tho poorer of the un fortunate families were forced ta use ex press and transfer wagons othing CeaHlcd but Money Mayor Jacobs received many tolegraras Saturday nnd yesterday from all parts of the country offering help and finanei 1 assist ance To all of them the mayor responded on behalf of the citizens of Louisville thank ing them for their kind offers of assistance aud stating that inouey only could be used This can be put to good ua Telegraphic money orders aggregating upward of SSOUO wero received from Chicago New York St Louis Cincinnati San Francisco Coving ton Ky and other places AVhut Alias Clarn Barton Suva Miss Clara Barton president of tllie Amer ican association of the Red Cross with Dr J B Hubbell general fbld ngent cif the as sociation and J H Moreland foreman of their work at Johnstown arrived here last night Miss Barton says in an interview I find there will be no nsd of our assistance here The calamity in Louisville has me with admirable courage and gxxi sense In a large experience I have never seen a disaster so efficiently handled and have never knowa efforts better directed When I seo how oarefull evarything has been done I am quite ready to believe your authorities when they tell me you do not now need as sistance and that they almost certainly will be abie to take care of your wounded GLEANED ABOUT THE CITY Interesting aud Horrible Incidents of the Cyclones Wrath Mr John P Miller general superintendent of the Pennsylvania lines west of Kttsbnrg came here ou a special train with 31 party to view wreck Mr ililbr and his assistants went ill over the district on foot in com pany with Attorney Gibson of the Jeffer sonvilie Madison and Indianapolis road Miller said he hail never in his long experi ence 83 a railroad man witnessed such de struction except at Johnstown and here The Post finds fault with The Courier Journal for telegraphing all over the fllings on Osaire street for country that Louisville is able to take care of herself The Post says In the face of a loss which can not fall far below with on area of ruined koines and business house amounting to sixty squares with hundieds of families left penniless foodless and homeless The Courier Journal says We are able to take care of these people Itid we decline your proffered aid Escape of the Loulsrillo Hotel Tha bis Louisville hotel is on Main be tween Sixth and Seventh and east ol the hotel are restaurants saloons and other hotelii nhiih contained thousands of people at that hour The escape of the hotel is the strangest incident of all Adjoining it on the west from whence As cyclone came was a three story building used as a saloon on th3 first floor and occupied in the upper litories as sleonintr forthahoUl were killed Tho great hotel shook from roof to cellar with cbe forca of the shock but it was spared Moody Davis Awiul Death The only casualty on Walnut street was that of a colored boy named Moody Davis who was attempting to cross the street at Thirteenth and Walnut in the midst of the fury of the storm A large pointed rafter had been torn from ths roof of a neighboring building pierced him just be low the right shoulder and passing clear through his body cams out just above his rislu hip killing him instantly He was pickd up by trembiiug hands and borne to home on Magazine street between Thir teenth and Fourteenth The Water Supply President Long of the watervrorks com pany says that it is impossible to tell the ex act damage to the waterworks living to the foundation bting covered with water He predicts that the presant supply will last six days and has published another notice to consumers warning them against using water except for absolutely neossary pur poses After this supply gives iut there is no recourse from an absolute famine While the company purposes serving all alike yet tho fire department will first be looked after How Did the Check Get There 1LA most remarkable find 1 made this morning said Edward Bepler who runs a foreign steamship exchange at 0 West Third street I was coming to the city from my home at Mount Peter Delhi township In crossing the yard I noticed something white that fluttered among the bushes Upon ex amining I found it to be a check for issued by tlu Falls City bank of Louisville payable to Megular Harris Co and in dorsed by them How it came there I dont know unless carried by the wind Embraced Their Opportunity One of the most daring things of the hor ror was accomplished by the officers of the Louisville Southern railroad Thursday night for tha possession of their property which they are unwilling shall remain any longer under the control of tbo Monon directory as now constituted They had legal advice and everything was in readiness to seize the property when the storm came on In stantly it was resolved to act and while scores were being killed tha propsrty was seized Celebrated Their Escape Twelve people gathered Saturday night at the restaurant of W N Little on Chestnut strat to Ciljbrats ihnir escape They had been dining with Mr and Mrs Little They had just adjourned frorn the dining room or they undoubtedly would have been killed and were sitting in the parlor waiting for tho storm to abate id order to go homo when tho entire east wall was thrown acros jrl leaving tha party and tho house hold effects to the elements Notes of tho Situation Tile teiigivifM companies are busy with large forcs of men putting up their wires and now communication has been estab lished with tho outsidu world to a great ei tent Gangs at workmen are busy on every hand pulling clown dangerous walls aud clearing the streets of debris Business has been resumed and the people have recov ered from tho panic into which they were thrown by tho sudden destruction witu which thoy wero visited Market street for three squares presents a picture of total wreck and the tornado did its most destructive work here Every house from Ninth to Kiuvcuth was almost totally destroyed Tho tobacco warehouses suffered fearfully leaving thousands of pounds of the weed ex posed to the elements A heavy rain would rrork inim use damage iu this lineand the to bacco men are straining every uerve to gut tlieir property under cover jJcftorson street suffered next to Market From Ninth to Twelfth everything went un der at tha onset of the storm Tho city is under martil law enforced by the bayonets of the Legion guards of which military organization are stationed everywhere in tha wrecked dis trict Although tho storm swept nearly every thing clean on Chestnut from Thirteenth to Seventeenth tliisre was uot a life lost in those four blocks The population of tho ruined section of the city was about 10000 and the comparatively small ioss of lifo is accounted for by tha fact that few dwellings were injured below the second story George McBrides house just west of Mr Littles also a handsome brick structure was and torn all out of shape His baby was thrown from the second floor into the cellar and was found safely tucked away in a crevice ou a sofacushion where it had fallen It was uot scratched but tvas terribly frightoncvi In the suburb of PaiVland tho beautiful residence o J OK Brown was literally turaed upside down the roof resting on the ground Otherwise it dos not appear to be seriously hurt The LASS at JeflTersonville jEyFEBsoxvitLE Ind March fork of dismantling wrecked buildings and nailing repairs on those that were slightly lamaged by Thursday nights tornado has been commenced and it is lilisiy that many of these residences will bo in shape for occu oce week It is fairlv esti LITTLE BUTTERCUP There Are Several of Her in This Affair AM THEY MIXED THOSE BABIES UP will not fall short of ST5000 Five hunj dred houses is the number that got the benj ftt of the disastrous gale in Jeffersonvillu ilone not including the to propi rty in the country within a radius of ten allies The city needs help from outside as many poor people wero ruined A Xew Town Wiped Out Ky March nantown jf Grand River on the Cumberland river fras destroyed by Thursdayis tornado and several people were killed In Laurel county as many houses were razed to the cases ever brought before an Ohio From Crittenden county tlte same story court It is a case full of willful comes Heavy storms are reported from crimirlfll iifnoranra Tlle nearly all the river countries In Christian That Remarkable Case in a Cincinnati the Sister of the Unfortu IIIULGirl Found That SUe Had Stolen the Olive Aberra tion In Testimony That Interested Partys Has Stripped CIXCIVNATI March legal formality in the probate court of no interest in itself has ugaiu called public attention to wbat will in thefuture be known as one of tho most and Trtstg in the southern part of the state the loss of life and property was very heavy FURTHER NEWS FROM ILLINOIS Force of tile Storm at ftolcondtt From Other Points GOLCONDA Ills March 31 The cyclone of the 27th struck this place f roni the south west being accompanied by rain sad hail in floods and volleys The schoolhouse was picked up bodily and dashed ugaiast a bluff 100 feet away and across the oreck anci was posed of both babies crushed into kindling wood The pupils luckily left the building before the dis ster The twostory farmhouse of Jonathan Rob inatte was rivsSrto pieces and its inmates were tossed about like playthings Ali were more or less seriously injured Mrs Rob inelte fatally Miss Lucy Robiuette was killed as was George Taylors wife while his whole family were seriously injured At Mount Pleasant ANNA Ills March 31 Thursdays cyclone mowed a great swath through Mount Pleas ant twelvj miles east of Anna Wesley Parkers buildings fences and orchards are destroyed and himself and daughter are badly injured W J Standards brick resi dence barns fences und orchards are wrecked W J Suits dwelling and barns in Johnson county wre wiped out At Tunnel Hill the destruction was great Ap peals for aid are meeting with u liueral re sponse perjury or ignorance The story is briefly this Two years ago Katie Shir a pretty blueeyed orphan girl b 1oarder al a private hospital of reputation presided over by a Mrs Humbsor Later a child was born to The same day al most the same hour another boarder a Mrs Humbsers became a mother Her name has never been given this public bui it is well understood that she is the daughter of very aristocratic parents at Lexington Ky The same night Mrs Humbser dis The Luxingtou girl returned to her homj and so fir as known has nsver since mado anr crturt ascertain the whereabouts of her chu 1 Was White Dolutlod After several months ifcs Schaller called on Mrs Humbser and demanded her baby There was some hesitancy on the part of the woman to impart information and in order hurry matters Miss Schaller had Mrs to ELSEWHERE IN KENTUCKY Terrible nod toss of Tjife in Webster Other Counties LOUISVILLE March most terriflc storm that ever invaded that section of the state passed through Webster county Thurs day afternoon about 6 oclock It was about twenty minutes in duration but in that time eight lives were lost and about thirty persons were wounded sores of whom iriU die and about worth of property was destroyed The track of the storm as far as known here began at Black Ford on the Ohio Valley railroad and ended at Pe bree on the Louisville and Nashville rail road The Country raid Waste As far as the eye can reach there are visi ble Louses blown dowr fallen trees fences and occasionally smoke from a burn ing house One can ride seventeen miles across fields in the track of tha cyclone without letting down a fence House tops weatherboarding and fence rails are scat tered over the country and it Is not an un common sight to see kinds of wearing ap jarel in tops of trees and fastened in toe Dtishes A large number of horses cows and hogs were killed and even chickens amd geese did not escape forty Houses Destroyed It is thought taac eight of wounded nil 1 die Forty houses were blown to p ieces hat are known and there are others not defi nitely reported Some of these people are eft in utter destitution Their houses are not only gone but some of them are com pletely crippled by wounds their feaoes mattered all over the country and fallen trees heaped up all over their feinns Their neighbors caunot help them for they ars in a similar situation At Other Places At Eminence Ky Joseph Kinney was fa tally injured ami his little daughter and his irotherinlaw Lon Sladdnx were killed Several others were injuredand a fewbuild mgs destroyed At Metropolis Ky several lives were ost and many homes blown down The town of Caledonia Ky was entirely Trrerked A special to Th9 post from Marion Ky says that a large portion of that town was estroyed and eighteen lives lost A family consisting of Mr and Jacob ntt four daughters and the mother of lUra Jontajroe livinjj in the cotmtrr aiehtnita Other lllinoU Towns CHICAGO Marefi news from Me tropolis Little Prairie and other storin swrpt places in this stat is very slow in coming in and adds nothing to what has al ready told in these dispatches Tho damage was undoubtedly great but there are few inMitions to the fatality lisr Done Johnstown JOHSSTOWV Pa llarch people of this city Sat unlay to tliu Louis ville sufferers More will be sent the present Reek IN THE FLOODED DISTRICT tiii Situation of tlui vatljn in tin Fiee ST JIarca Mr J J Hogan of Tho arrive1 litre yos terday Jiroet fronj litriet along the Mississippi vivar ilistiys thp is alarming and that in Ills opinion the flood has not reacha 1 tlj highest In the La Conia circle is siluutod in Desha county Ark and comprise about 20000 acres thoscenj is a heartrending one This strip of country is now inunilileil ty a deptli of 5 to SO feet tho inhaliitants luiinhcr iug betveeu 2OOU anil s00 people white and uu 1 pirched on housetops 1 haystacks aud in the trees Fleeing for Their Iives Live not already drowned arc main taining a precarious existence with their wretched owners in some instances on the roofs of residences anil elsewhere an impro vised platforms of wreckage Starvation is telling on the cattle while human vic tims are in a scarcely less deplorable condi tion as to food From Helena the entire Mississippi delta country reaching from Vicksburg west to Sbrcveport and down to jew Orluans seems doomol to destructiou Mr Hogin reports that all tha people in tha widi5 district threatened who realize tho true situation are fleeing for their lives Two Store Breaks in the ARKANSAS Crrv Ark March 31 The storm of Thursday night caused two breaks in the leee near Huutiugton Ons break is over 400 feet wide and still growing It is discharging a tremendous volume of water and is flcoding the country for miles Tuo town ot Bimtington is from five to saven feet undur water and the water is still ris ing On the Arkansas side of the river there ia not a aouse that is not under water The flood is f ur feat deep in some places Railway Legislation In Iowa DES itorxES la March Tha senate Saturday passed the Imuse bill requiring railways to make joint rates and authoriz ing the railway commissioners to make the rates for them if tb3 railways fail to do so A bill to require security for cost aimed at the constables who liquor cases for the tees to be got out of them was amended by putting in n clause exempting the prohibitory law As this would imve defeated the object of the bill waen it came up as amended it was snowed under a Ducibr of Repub licans vDting against it The amendment was adopted by a mistake in tactics by those who favored the bill The claim of ei Anditor Brown who vras suspended from office by Goreraor Sherman in 1SS5 and re instated by Governor Larabee and who was also tried on impeachment proceedings for expenses of the trial was re ferred 10 the claims committee Brown missed impeachment for want of the neces fivethirds majority Cjgar Makers Protest JACKSONVILLE Fla March 31 At a meeting of Havana cigar operatives reso utions vrere adopted protesting against the assage of tha McEinley bill as now drawn n raising tha tariff on clear Havana to acco The board of trade took like action Indignant at Sergeant Dons ORLEANS March predic ion of I3srgt Dunn signal service officer at Tort that Sew Orleans would be looded by the river with probable loss of life created the greatest inJigoation here The prediction to hava been accepted by a great many people throughout the country and to have created a very pan cky feeling as to N w Orleans and ithas undoubtedly severely affected business ween 600 and 1000 telegrams wera received Satordtiy asking about the condition of toe river end whether the danger was as great as reported Efforts will be made to have Sergt Dunn fired Con3rmed Crrr March ie nominations confirmed by the senate Saturday were the following Robert iVaugh of Iowa Tnriian agent atthe TJictah and Ouray agency Utah R A Uaynard torveyor of customs at GrandRapids Miclx and a batchof postmasters in various states Huinbser brought into court On oath Mrs Humbser declared that she had given th8 in fant to the wife of James White a bar keeper residing on Central avenue adding that the couple had been married twenty years without offspring and that Mrs had employe1 her to assist in deceiv ing her husbnnd and in procuring a child which the man believed was his ovn Mrs Schaller had Mrs White brought into court Both she and her husband swore positively the child wss theirs and produced several neighbors who swonj to facts that sjeme 1 to prove their claim Thay ad nitted Mrs Humlwnr had acted as midwife when the child wts born and tuat uo physician was present The Baby Disappears Thi judge ordered the child brought into court Mrs White retussd to obey and was scut to jail for contempt The baby mean while was spirited away Mrs White was released on bail pending some legal decision and White moved downtown and opened an elegant saloon and restaurant which did a big biuitiess for a rira One day Miss Schal ler traced Mrs White to the house where the baby was kept and making a dash into the room sought to take it A desperate fight in wnich Mrs White was badly hurt but she sueceiied in keeping the child White had tho hchaller woman arrested and her appearance in court was thesignal for a new sensation WullOIeaut but Apparently Futile A married sister of Miss Sohailar camo be fore the judge with an infant which she claimed was Katies bnby Her storv was knowing where Katie was and what for she resolved to pravont further sin by preventing her from destroying tho baby if sho iuteudod so to do Accordingly shn had become friendly wilh a servant in tho Humb ser cstnbishment and whan Mrs Humbser started to dispose ot tho baby followed and saw hor leave it at door of tha Childrens home The next tlay shs called an 1 secured the foundling ilrs Hnmbsr was recalled She admitted she had Irjft a child at the homo on the night indicated one said it was tho offspring of tli2 Lexington woman Now Mrs White Is Gone This was not pleasant information for Miss Sballers sister but shj hail bocotna so attached to the little waif that she resolved to keep it A further hearing was given Mrs White on habeas corpus proceedings brought by Miss Shalier to secure possession ot the baby The evident was not altogeth er in Mrs Whites favor and oa soras pre text she loft the court room aud has uot since baiii seen and Uer present where abouts are unknown And So Has Mrs Huinbscr At this point in the proceedings it was discovered that in her testimony at the first hearing Mrs Humbser declared tho child of the Kentucky girl had died anci been buried in the potters Held and the certificate of She health officer to that effect was pro duced This clash of evidence made the woman liable for perjury and steps were taken to prosecute her on that charge when she fled and she is now ia California DR FOSDICK EXONERATED His Urother3 Death Took Pluce Early in the Evenlug KALAJIAZOO Mich March an alysis of Albert Fosdicks stomach seems to effectually dispose of the suspicion that his brother the doctor was near hjrn at time he was murdered The doctor unques tionably was at a neighbors unt 1 10 oclock ou the night of the tragedy The food in Alberts stomach was found undigested showing that he was killed early in Iheeven iii his brother was absent Two Men Fatally Hnrt WHEELING W Va March 31 boil ers in Spears large axle works in this city exploded Saturday with terrible force to tally wrecking the building and damaging adjoining property Anthony Riley and Joseph Arrubruster were fatally injured Four other irMi were seriously scalded but will recover More Goods Marked and Placed Upon Our Counters HATS TIES SHIRTS UNDERWEAR UMBRELLAS All at Wet Goods Prices DEWENTER The Hatter INDIANA MATTERS The Attempted Murder of Sta tion Agent Trainer A DESPEBADOS WICKED BBEAX It Nearly liesults In tho Application of Judge lynclis Storm Losses of Farmers anil Others In the Vicinity of Base Ball Political Uorso Thief Arrested EVANSVILLE March William Train er the Poseyviile station ngtat who was murderously assaulted Thursday night ia still unconscious and may die at any mo ment Saturday morning Elza Webb a orthless character was arrested charged vith assault It was proved that he had borrowed a shot club that evening and ther testimony pointed to him He was rraigned and bound over As he was com ugoutof the court house Webb suddenly vrenched himself loose from his guardu and nade for liberty knocking men right and eft Ha was pursued for nearly a mile and finally captured in a cornfleld after dee xjrata in which he broke two heads vith a club His capxrs wanted to lynch im but tha marshal and his posse pre vented them and WebUwas brought back to all The citizens were infuriated and there may be a hanging yet Of Interest to Knights of Honor OLIS March ey of the supreme lodge Knights and Laj lies of Honor has returned from Louisville He reports that the deaths iu the order will umber thirtyfive or forty among whom i ire three candidates who were in waiting to e initiated Under the rules of tne order he liabiity begins with the date of he medical certificate Instead of he loss affecting the financial strength of he order will ba forwarded by Sec Harvey at once to be used in relief and this will be outside of the death benefits accruing from the same catastrophe It ill only require one extra assessment to meet the entire liability and it will not cost be membership of the supreme lodge to ei ceed 40 cents per capita of base ball tor tuo season at St Lojis was played Soturiuy between the Sc Louis aud Evansviilo ciuis and resulted in a victory for the Hoosior boys by a score of 11 to S in Stiimlo ami House WASHINGTON CITV itarcli Dolph ad dressed I he KeuMlu Saturday in rjply to Voor hees remarks as to the depression iu agri cultural interests in which Voorhees main tained that the protective tariff was ro spousible for the depression Bills WMV pnsscil appropriating a total of for the improvement oil St Marys river ncd Hoy itiko channel Michigan appro priatinj for tho completion of Galvestou harbor 0JOO000 Si 000000 to bi used iacli year and appropriating 514075 to purchase the Caprou collection of Japanese art now in the National museum After an cxcci tivo session tbo senate adjourned Tho houso 1 a few public building bills for eastern and southern cities anJ af ter sonic debate went into committee on lh army appropriation An amendment was adopted prohibiting tho salo of in army canteons A joint resolution wu passed authorizing tho president to biro boats to assist iu rescuing people in the over flowed districts alorg the Jfssissippi river and the bouse ailjourned Dangers ol Military Kalloonlng BERLIN March A military balloon containing a captain a lieutenant and o private collapsed over the forest of Scrimm in Posen Saturday precipitating tho occu pants to the ground from a great heighr The private was kil eland the captain had both legs broken Ihe lieutenant was not seriously hurt SENSATIONAL SUICIDE A TlouDff Girl Throws trselt In tho tUtf ini Waters of Lake Jllchlgan CHICAGO March Maian Bacon the youug aud talented daughter of Col David Bacon ot Kiles Mich committed suicide it is supposed during the storm of Thursday night by throwing into the lake at the foaof Twelfth street Her prepara tions foi selfmurder were most doliberate The young lady was known to her friends at Mattio Bacon She was a handsome brunot The people of Kiles without an cxcsption esteemed her the belle of the town and paid to her every flattering attention It was her ambition to becoaie an actress and when in school and academy she studied with that Heavy by Farmers Ind March storm j ena m vlew Thursday night in for the raah deed was that Bacons teacher liismjirck Overwhelmed BERLIN March of persons visitei Prince Bismarcks residence at Friedrichsruhe yesterday The priuca per sonally received as many of the visitors as possible He was overwhelmed with expres oi admiration and esreem from people f ail classes in iife and seeml muchaf ected ew Demand of British Colliers LOSDON Morct Durham miners numbering iJOJO have made a new demand apon ihir rmployers for an increase of 25 per iu wagss and the construction of dwellings poajsains the uigheS sanitary re for tueir occupation The owners have not as yet replied tu their demand Heavy Snow at St Louis St Locis Mo March heavy fnotvstorrrs brgan about noon yesterday and up to 7 oclock continued with unabated fury The TIOW postponed cU base ball gam vs Tiie Weather TTe May JErpecr s Cm March follow ing are tha weather indications for thirtysix hours from 8 p m yesterday For Rain or snow northeasterly winds colder weather For Lower weather followed by light snow nortii asterly winds lower temperature For aorth eaaterly winds colder weather For Wiscon sin and Upper weatherexcept In southern Wisconsin light snotr northeast erly winds colder For mew northeast rly winds colder ruUier f his county valued at 1100000 Seven ouses and nineteen barns were blown own eleven horses and thirtythree head f cattle killed 300 miles of fencing razed and 5000 forest trees destroyed At Enteri rise a church and four dwelling were de molished A dwelling at the mouth of Bace reek and two farm bouses near we destroyed A family boat moored in fleld five miles above tha month of Green river was dashed to pieces against a tree and man named Frazier and hii wife aud da ter were drowned i Jfo Ball for IndiuapoIU March loss of the ndianapolis club said President Brmb aturday evening it remained in the league and played under that tenclub schedj nle would have reached At pres it looks very much as though i ndianapolis will be without a biisa ball club i the coming season As yet President Brush and his partners have shown no great deire to continue in the business with a minor league team and it is not at all probable that auy one else will undertaJcti to organize a club President Brush says it is too late to get together a satisfactory team and he not care to Tnalm the attempt j Having Trouble IsDriXApoLis is trouble in the ranks of the Prohibition party and resolutions have been adopted by the Central Prohibition club opposing tie appointment of E C Siler of this city as isecretary of the state central If Siler ia ap pointed secretary the club declares it will pay no part of tne pledged for the campaign Arrested for Stealing Hones TV ABASH Ind March Sher man hag been arrested on information from Rochester charged with stealing several horses from a resident of that city He has been tried once it is said for horsestealing in Illinois and also for burglary He denies his guilt Sheriff GOES of Pulton conntv took him to Rocnetter rt Killed by Carbuncle CHOWS POIST Ind March Ercut a wealthy and influential German it dead of blood poison 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