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   Algona Republican (Newspaper) - June 1, 1887, Algona, Iowa                                THE STAKR EPITOME OF THE Interesting News AN explosion on the 23d in a sawmill in Canyon instantly killed six AN actual count of all the money in the United States Treasury incident to the transfer of that office from Jordan to and wWch will occupy two was commenced on the A HEAVY windstorm on the 24th at unroofed several buildings and uprooted a large number of THE annual festival of tho New En gland Womans Suffrage Association was held in Boston on the A BIO flow of natural gas was struck on tho 24th near at a depth of one hundred and sixty THE National Baptist convention opened at on the 24th with a large JOHN VANDENBUROII was shot and killed In tho courthouse at on the 24th by Lint Anderson for tho betrayal of the latters GENERAL CROOK on the 24th ordered Company Ninth Cavalry to for the purpose of enforcing tho orders of the Interior Department to tear down the fences on the public domain in THE Ohio Association of Mexican Vet erans held their thirteenth annual reunion at Toledo on the RAIN fell on the 24th throughout tho Up per Michigan quenching the forest THE Butchers National Protective As sociation of America met in second annual session on the 24th in AT six persons were struck by lightning on the 24th while returning Srom and one of them was instantly Executive Committee of the Nation al Association of which had been in Chicago three days investigating the htbor question which had disrupted the building concluded its labors on the 24th and issued a proclamation declar ing that the employers had acted rightly in ordering the and saying that human nature could no longer endure the dictation of tho various THE Right Worthy Grand Lodo of Good Templars commenced its thirtythird annual session at Saratoga on the MAUCOM manager of the Philadelphia Umbrella ftod on the leaving a shortage of in his SUKG BOXGENERAL HAMILTON expressed the opinion on the 24th that the yellow at Key would be con fined within its present SIB CHARLES tho Canadian Min ister of in an interview at New STork on the 24th expressed regret at the violence offered OBrien at Toronto and other Dominion while deprecat ing the agitators mission to JAMBS SMITH and James Thompson were killed by a pack of wolves on tho 24th in Fulton DURING the month of April immi grants arrived in this against 158 in DURING a thunderstorm on the 24th fif teen head of valuable cattle were killed by a lightning stroke on the farm of Fer in Pettis MICHAEL an old messenger in the Treasury at fainted on the 24th and fell sixtyfive feet down a stair striking his head on the marble and dying THE barn of Mary near was set on fire and burned on the with four horses and one thousand bushels of AT Minneapolis on the 25th of was reelected presi dent of the Womans Home Mission So ciety of the Baptist THE parado of tho various military organizations in camp at Washington on the 25th was an unqualified The President reviewed the troops from a stand in front of the White PRESIDENT CLEVELAND on the 25th par doned Lars convicted ii Utah of THE various railroad companies whose lines terminate at Jersey City were on the Cuth said to be considering a project for tunneling under tho Hudson river to Washington in New where would be IT was reported on the 23th that a scheme rwas on foot to consolidate all the cattle interests of tho Northwest into a single that would control about worth of cuttle and grazing SEVKN HUNDRED employes of the Hal Safe and Lock Company at Cincinnati went out on strike on the 25th for a reduc tion of hours from ten to nine and a Satur day STRIKES in different parts of the country have injured business more or but il was believed on the 25th that the aggre gate trade of the United States was at least ten per greater than a year BY an explosion of natural gas on the G5th at New ten per sons were terribly several of whom would A DISASTROUS storm visited San on the damaging business property and suburban residences to the extent of CHARLES of a killed his wife on the 25th be cause she joined the Salvation THE officers in New York of tho White Star Line said on tho 25th the loss caused by the recent CelticBritannic collision would be about THE United States Brewers Association opened their annual con vention on the 25th at BUN of Union a Chinese killed his with a hatchet on the 35th and then cut his own SIXTY TIIOUSAXD Sundayschool children paraded at on the 25th in celebration of the fiftyeighth anniversary of tho Brooklyn fcuuduyschool A JUIIY was obtained on the 25th for the trial of the Cook County boodler and General Stiles opened the case for the Two MEN and a little girl ate somostraw berries at West on the and were fatally poisoned by paris green which had been sprinkled on the fruit to kill A BOAT containing John his his sisterinlaw and three children capsized on the 20th off and all were DURING a storm ou the at McDon lightning struck a French board inghouse and killed two board ers who were asleep iu KINNEIT and his two boys wore Struck by lightning on the 20th near Ev One of the boys waa killed said tho others were fatally ADVICES of the B5th say that the astronomer at has sighted the reappearance of the Star of It is quite brilliant and Is now in the northwestern This heaven ly visitor makes its appearance about eve ry three hundred and astronomers everywhere have been looking for it for some A STATUE to the late General Steedman was unvailed at To on the Tnu twentyninth General Assembly of the United Presbyterian Chuech of North America opened in Philadelphia on the PHILADELPHIA stonecutters struck on the 20tli on account of the employment of nonunion men in some of the TKAMPS sot fire to an elevator on tho 20th at and over fifty thous md bushels of wheat wore AN explosion of gas on tho 28th in a mine at caused the death of three THE stables of tho Belt Line Street Rail way Company in New York City were de stroyed by firo on tho night of the and sixteen hundred horses were burned to Acath and nearly all the cars in the build ing were Soventyfive dwell mostly frame inhabited by poor a soap factory and a brew cry were also The loss would ag gregate over It was feared that several persona were burned to a prominent phy sician of committed suicide on the with a The act was at tributed to grief at the death of a Tins bark which arrived at Phil adelphia on tho 20th from Buenos brought word that the cholera was killing off people like sheep in that city and its MARY an aged was acci dentally shot and killed at on the the fatal bullet being fired by an unknown member of a shooting ONE a recently from New diod at Key on the 20th of yellow This made four cases and three JOHN FALL and his of Jefferson Mahaska were mur dered early on the morning of the the unknown assassin then firing the Falls remains being burned almost beyond Robbery was tho supposed TUB Wisconsin Central road decided on the 26th to locate its shops in North It will erect buildings costing 000 and employ one thousand THE National convention of Brewers concluded its sessions at on the William of New was electod Thirteen thousand dollars was voted the brewers of Texas and Tennessee to aid in fighting tho United States Commis sioner of on the 26th declared a rigid quarantine against Cook A FREIGHT train on the Northern Pacific road was wrecked near on the the engineer and a brakeman be ing instantly THE Treasury Department at Washing ton on the 20th forbid the importation of meat cattle or their hides from Scotland until further owing to the preva lence of pleuropncurnonia in that ADVICES of tho place tho loss by the recent burning of the streetcar barns and tenement houses in New York City at More than one hundred fami lies were homeless and over twelve hun dred horses were roasted to BURGLARS caused a firo in the drygoods establishment Wasson at on the entailing a loss of FOUR blocks of buildings at were destroyed by fire on the causing a loss of THE trotting stallion valued at and owned by Nat of died on the 27th from the effects of poison given him by some one unknown to prevent his winning a A CAREFUL estimate ou the 27th placed the total loss by the recent forest fires in Northern Michigan at including caused by tho destruction of tho town of Luke Only eight live were positively known to have been Great destitution prevailed throughout the burnt A MYSTERIOUS epidemic was on the 27th carrying off children at THERE were 153 business failures in the United States during the seven days endec on the against 152 the previous seven THE condition of tho wheat crop in the Northwest had on the 27th been greatly improved by the recent and the prospects were highly THREE of the bellboys employed at the United States Hotel iu Boston were sir rested on tho 27th on a charge of and a large amount of stolen property was found in their THE Right Worthy Grand Lodge of Good Templars closed its annual session at Sar atoga on the Join of was reelected Right Worthy Good FIVE coalminers at Sandforc Essen and Toms Run mines struck on the 27th for semimonthly The mines were closed THE general assembly of the Unitec Presbyterian Church of North America assembled at Philadelphia on tha A FAST train on the Pennsylvania roac was wrecked on the 27th by a collision with a and four men on the express train were killed and eight other passengers were seriously THE Confederate cemetery near Spring was dedicated on the and the graves of 507 victims of the battle of Wilsons Cresk were THE Milwaukee brewers disposed o barrels of valued at during the twelve months ended May 1 a weekly trade review issued on tho 27th by a New York commercial agency a general improvement in crop prospects throughout the country was Rail road earnings were also said to be largo and and trade in most linos of merchandise was DISPATCHES of the 27th announce tho loss of the ship Stephens on the reefs a Cape with her crew of thirty A GUARD quelled a mutiny in a Kentucky convict camp on the 37th by firing a load of buckshot at the One wa shot dead and two others were fatally in TUE Tammany Society at New York on the 27th passed resolutions denouncing the treatment accorded William OBrier in the 27th a livestock train on the Pennsylvania road was wrecked at Par and over thirty head of cattle and two hundred chickens wore PERSONAL AND the new United Status Treas took charge of his oilice ou the ABRAM the olflZou avo was strickeu with paraly sis on the 24th at New THIS third annual convention of the Ohio Womans Suffrage convention cummeucec iu Cleveland cm the TUB Virginia Legislature adjourned die ou the RICUAHB a distinguished Prot estant Episcopal clergyman of Phila died on the aged seventy our ONE THOUSAND persons attended the An 1Saloon Republican meeting at the Cooper Jnion in New York on the evening of the Prominent speakers were who declared that tho party must divorce tself from support of the liquor COLONEL a pioneer jour nalist aud a personal friend of General expired on tho 26th at his home in PBKSIDBNT CLEVELAND and accom panied by Colonel Lament and left Washington on tho 20th lor ten days rec reation in the THE Now York Legislature adjourned hie die on the PRESIDENT CLEVELAND on tho 26th ap pointed of to bo Assistant Register of the AMY AVANTE of who had attained to tho remarkable ago of 122 died on the COMMODORE DAVIDSON expired on the 26th at His estate was figured at ono of tho oldest physicians of Cedar died on the 26th of apoplexy whilo seated in his He had been a practicing doctor there over forty WHILE arguing a case in court at Minne on tho 26th General Wafts of Mays fell and was with difficulty CAPTAIN editor of the Wichita died on the Ho was married to his betrothed an hour before his Asnvnr colored was on the 27th elected commonwealths attorney at Nor first time in tho history of the Stato that a negro has been elected to tho A SEPOY at Calcutta shot ten persons on the 23d and then committed LIEUTENANTGOVERNOR of Que tendered his resignation on tho 23d on account of THE sixtyeighth anniversary of Queen Victorias birthday was celebrated in many places in Europe on the TIIK great strike of the Northumberland miners ended on the the men accepting the reduction in ON tho 24th Fathers Ryan and who wore imprisoned in Ireland for refus ing to give testimony in relation to tho plan of were RIOTING and bloodshed were reported on the 24th from where the great strikes were in THERE were five hundred cases of small pox in Santiago do Cuba on the JOSEPH of Birming failed on the 23th with liabili ties of ADVICES of the 26th from Panama say that some of the largest cuts made for tho De Losseps canal havo been filled with earth washed from the Work that cost many millions of dollars is thus virtually THE Opera the oldest theater in took firo on the evening of the 25th while a performance was in progress and was entirely persons were known to be dead and forty three wore reported SMALLrox was prevailing on the 25th along the Amazon river in Ecuador and Southern and the Indians were said to be perishing in great JOSEPH CHAMBERLAIN warned the sup porters of the British Governments Irish policy on the 25th that unless they were thoroughly organized defeat was A CONSPIRACY to overthrow tho Sultan of Turkey was unearthed on the IT was announced on tho 26th that tho loss of life at the burning of the Opera in was greater than first reports Fiftythree bodies had been and over one hundred wore still FACTORIES in Belgium were compelled on the 26th to use German coal on account of the miners and the railroads would soon be obliged to do likewise if tho strikes WILLIAM the Irish at a meeting in Montreal on tho evening of the 27th announced the close of his Can adian which he declared wua more successful than he even LATER THE record of the baseball clubs in the National League for the week ended on the 28tli was as follows games 20 17 New 15 Phila 13 9 7 VIOLENT earthquake shocks were expe rienced on the 29th in but no fatal ties were BEX PER POOR the veteran diod in Washington at oclock on the morning of the at tho age of sixtysovon SEVENTYVIVE bodies had been recov ered on the IBth from the ruins of the Opera Com que at Tne number ol victims was placed at one hundred and THE Lorin Palmar cooperage factory in was destroyed by firo on tho Two MEN at three at and five at were drowned on the 29th by the capsizing of pleasure THE total amount subscribed for the benefit of John Logan was on the 2Sth reported to ba DANIEL PADRIOK died on the 23th at Shol by 102 He had been married four iTmes and was the father oi twenty childrenand fiftysix grandchil SNOW fell on the 2Sth to thednpth of hall an inch near A SHANTY at tlie new aqueduct near Now York was burned on the night of the and two men periyhed in thti fiames and two others were shockingly Bv the explosion of a boiler on tho S8tb iu a Natchez cotton factory five persons were instantly killed and a large number several of whom would THE winter wheat prospects have been greatly improved in Indiana and Ohio by the recent FOUR shocks of ono of them quite were felt on tho ut Several slight shocks were also folt at THE exchanges at twentysix leading clearinghouses in the United States dur ing the week ended on the 28th aggregated against tho pre vious As compared with the corre sponding1 week of the increase amounts to per Ax explosion of gas on the 28th in a coal mine at imprisoned over onoluutlred and seventy were reported as having lost their THE exodus of tourists from this country to Europe was larger during tho ended ou the osth tue corresponding week of many previous THERE was uo material change on the 2Sth in the labor situation in Tho master masons were still firm and confi dent of Many of thorn reported that they had work going on unier tha conditions agreed aud that applica tions for work from the strikers were geV ting more numerous every COMMERCIAL Views of Prominent Canadians on the Tho Are Almost Unanimous In Favor of the Union They Believe it Menus Ultimate NEW May World yester day morning published an article covering two columns and a containing tho views of prominent Canadians on the ques tion of the annexation of After a review of tho history of the country and a brief sketch of tho composition of the pop ulation of the correspondent says that many with whom ho talked admitted privately that Commercial Union meant ultimate but shrunk from be ing quoted on tho The who form a big spaco of the voting popula are most outspoken and so far as tho correspondent could almost unanimous in demanding commercial and o good many of them arc not afraid to look the probable consequence in the In conversation had with open annoxa tionists and others who are alleged to be annexationists in tho reasons that from a Canadian for at least a closer union with the United were forcibly and exhaustively set They are summed up briefly as arising from the fact that Canada is in a state of stagna Tho policy that the government has attempted to onrry out has proved a failure and the country is heavily burdened with Its geographical location makes free communication and alliance with the United the most natural thing in the The article next reviews the design in tho confederation of the in and sets forth that it was for the purpose of forcing trade from one to the and with this end in view was spent in erecting the InterColonial and Canadian Pacific In 1879 a tariff was put on for a similar but this came to One of the causes is that tho Do being in one does not possess the various climates and productions of the United States and it is simply a case of A tax put upon tho of Nova Scotia immediately strikes in where there is iron no and the consumer in the North where there is neither coal nor Tho provinces have to be continually bribed with subsidies to behave Tho provinces draw so much per head from tho Dominion treaty and tho result is knowing that they have tho vaults at Ottawa to fall back launch out in all sorts of and they become in debt demand larger This has helped to pull up the and the national together with those of the now amounts to for a population of The Province of Ontario owes nothing at and her constant complaint is that siio is the cow from which all the others are and her discontent because of this is the reason for the feeling which is gain ing ground that annexation might not bo a bad Farmers are generally dissatis fled because the railroad rates will not per tho carrying of their products to any point where it will pay They say the obliteration of the dividing line would en able them to ship their which is at present sent to the United without having to pay The lumbermen com plain that the present tariff closes the United States market to Those are the principle reasons for the desire for In Nova Scotia the dissat isfaction is very She has to buy her wheat from Ontario at much high er rates than it could be obtained from the United but for tho heavy To sum up the whole the World correspondent says that there is an intense feeling of discontent throughout the Do and that its door is ajar for tho peaceful Invasion of Canada that the prob abilities are it will not be long before it is thrown wide The article concludes with a review of the history of the Canadian Pacific railroad and the purposes for which it was The failure of endeavors of the government to induce immigration to the and the reasons among which The lack of railroad and the high rates for bringing wheat to the seaboard from that Territory as com pared with those of tho United Sir Charles Canadian Minister of says he never expects to see the hour come when a policy of nonintercourse is Every true Canadian would deplore the adoption of such even though they realize that such an event would redound to their own material bene The through traffic of which is building upJNew Boston and Port would then reach Canada through ex clusively Canadian channels and would build up Quebec and the mari time cities with incredible Sir Charles thinks anxious as the Im perial government appears to be to avoid giving offense to tho United it is ready to back up Canadas claims whatever they may THE No Formal Observance of the Day This Side of the Eltlgy of Her Majesty Burned at New NEW May was no formal observance of the Queens birthday in this The British flag was displayed on shipping in the of the Church of the Heavenly this delivered a eulogy upon the Queen last evening at Marys Episcopal where a choral jubilee service was The church membership is largely made up of old English A letter from Bishop Littlojohn expressed re gret at his inability to The decora tion of the church with English in ad dition to the American aroused the ire of a crowd who gathered in front of the but nothing more serious than verbal expression of disapproval Morgan is a native of NEW May Han nah OBrien draped her house in mourning yesterday and hung out an effigy of the Crowds gathered and and at night the effigy was May Queens birthday had no formal observance There were antiEnglish parados and speeches at Miirlhnro bv the Irish A HORROR IN Peculiar Sort of A bed in is eight or more thick silk wadded comforters piled upon the floor upon this a very ample wadded coat is You slip into this great put your arms into the long sleeves fold il over you and Tho pillow is a block of wood placed under the neck but it looks too and I curry a rubber pillow to tako its A paper lantern is lighted all for tho people are much afraid of the Burning of the Theater Daring ft Performance The tfttcst Report Placet loaiof ttfo at Persons May Opera Comique took fire last evening while a performance was In progress and was entirely Nineteen persons are known to bo dead and fortythree ore reported Tha killed include one actress and four fire Many persons were killed and in jured by jumping from the windows and the outside cornice that surrounds the Among tho injured are several policemen and firemen who woro hurt while trying to save life and May is now said that not less that sixty lives were lost by the fire at the Opera mostly mombew of the corps do Such is the confusion and crowd around the ruins and in tho vi that nothing definite can bo said as to the death The fire broke out during the first act of tho opera and in tiftoon min utes tho stage was a roaring tho flames spreading almost immediately to the whole The lowering of the iron curtain helped somewhat to glVP iho audience time to Merg villicr and Tasquin and Bernard were on the stage when tho fire broko Tasquin implored tho audioneo to remain seated until tho exits were they If they had made a rush for the doors tho loss of life would havo been Tho audience got out but the gas was turned off before all had loft the and it was feared that some were left in the upper though the men who carried away the money chest report that when they left tho auditorium it was entirely Most of the casualties so far re ported were due to Many persons who were unable to trust them selves to walk the narrow ledge of cornico around the building jumped off in One woman coolly walked all around the while tho flames were bursting until she reached the Five bodies of tho terribly burned were conveyed to the National Among them was the body of a woman clasping a little boy in her A figurante says there were 150 people on tho stage when the fire She heard the glass and told the others not to mind it but while sho was speaking a column of flame broke through tho wings with a and all rushed pellmell fnom tho Many of tho actors wore in cos while some of the half clad and carrying costumes in thoir ran screaming into tho Several actors escaped by climbing to the roof on the side of the Rue where they were rescued by With tha exception of who all the actors though a number wore seriously Other scenes of panic occurred in tha Rue from tho stage en bevies of figurantes and ballot half came tearing into tho followed by ohorus scene shifters and No one knew but what the fire had been fatal to the hundreds of people in the The police and firemen declare that most of them Consternation on the boulevards reached its cli max about ten oclock at least people blocked all the streets loading to the burning while tha in brazen aided by a bat talion of the Thirtyfirst regiment of tho kept back the crowd and aided tho wounded to the police station in the Rue where military ambulances stood in readiness to convey them to their homes in At the police station were three pretty young lying Their clothing was burned off from them and their chests and arms were black from the The number of dead in this police station was eleven and twentyeight Men and women were lying about groaning with tho pain of while doctors were hard at work doing their best to resuscitate those partially There were present at the opera many Americans were in jured as far as of New had a lucky escape with his wife and daughter They occupied the third box from tho stage on the left Miss Ayres noticed an actress looking up then other actors glanced upwards in evident What aeemod to be a ball of firo then fell upon the look ing saw the flies already a mass of and he sprang to his feet ready to take his family He noticed tha whole audience rising together and rush ing like a herd of stampeded cattle to ward the Already iu a halfsec ond the theater was a mass of struggling shrieking and howling with Women were already being trampled even before Ayres could turn In a jiffy Ayres took Rutter took Miss and all rushed out of the box into the corridor ana then to a passage leading to a side The passage was nearly empty as Ayres got but the rush of desperate men began so quickly that the crowd pressed between and Ayres and Rutter with Miss and Ayres were pushed before tho crowd like corks ahead of a jet of Rutter and Miss Ayros were caught in the crowd and swayed with lifted up and set but gradually worked toward the Miss Ayres says her feet did not once the floor or a step on the staircase leading to the which her mother not a moment before had walked without out of crushed and tho whole party met again uninjured in the Ayres says he feels certain that tho fire burned unnoticed for a long as from his position in the box ho could see the whole of the flies aflame really betore tne alarm was given to the The Theater of the Opera Comique was in the Place tlas and was capable of ac commodating To every box there was a small saloon whore refreshments might be had between the The appoint ments of this theater were most complete and very It was supplied by an ingenious system of ventilation with fresh and pure air and was a very popular The house re ceived per annum from the Government for the purpose of onoouruging the lighter styles of national A HARD MAN TO Being Stowed by Mobs at Ottawa and Editor OBrien Is Fired Upon by Hidden Enemies at Coachman the End of His anil Expresses Satisfaction at tho May at tempt was made on Editor OBriens life at the close of the meeting at tho rink last After the speechmaking was over OBrien loft tho rink by a narrow took a cab arid started on his way to the In tha which was a covered besides were McMahon and Roche of the local branch of the National League and Dennis On tho drivers seat were John who held the and As they Whipped up tho horses and faced for tho hotel a crowd suddenly ap peared and sot up tho usual hissing and which afterwards proved to be a concerted signal to a group of five men who lurked around the market building in Market The who hissed and followed the as it wheeled into Market thoro was a sudden the horses and a flash of light suddenly overspread a group of buildings whore tho men Tho reins dropped out of John Nelsons with tho exclamation my Im shot hd fell forward on tho Crash I crash 1 crash quick as and through bright flashes of flame sped the bullets from the revolvers until eight shots had boon OBrien stretched forward to looic and as ho did so a ball whistled by his face and passed through tho opposite without harming Nslsons who had been amazed and now grasped the reins and lashed the horses through tho square into James street and down to tho corner of James and Marrick Hero there was a hostile who again hooted as tho party within triod toopen the but could McMahon jumped over tho door drawing a held tho crowd at bay while OBrien and his friends wore making ttieir exit from the also by the same uncomfortable As tho party stepped into the corridor of tho hotel volley of rotten eggs was hurled at but no ono was Chief McKinnon and his men now rushed but all was Nelson was taken to tho city James White extracted the Ho says the wound is not It is on the left No arrests were May French Canadian associations predominated in the reception to Editor OBrien last The torchlight procession was a brilliant affair and was participated in by delega tions from Kingston and OBrien addressed the in which there was at least from tho upper gallery of Lavins When he appeared the little French boys shouted A bas and thousands of French citizens took up the OBrion denounced Lord Lansclowno for the attacks upon and challenged him to stop outside his little Orange preserves in tho province of Ontario and obtain one spontaneous demonstration of popular respect or affection from end to end of the At the close of tha meeting resolutions denouncing Lans downe were passed with At the subsequent banquet OBrien announced the close of his Canadian which he declared was more successful than he even He leaves for Boston this A GREAT A togs of Over Caused by Firo In tho TciieincntIIouso District of Now AVoman Dies of NEW May far as can be learned only one life was lost by tho great fire at tho Belt Lino stables Fri day Tho victim was Elizabeth aged one of the occupants of 540 West Fiftyfourth The old lady was sick in bed when the flames burst nut was res cued by police officers and brought out to a place of how was too and she shortly ex pired from nervous Foars are entertained that some persons lost their lives in the huge A hostler em ployed in tho stables is aud is said to have entered with tho view of saving some of tho The fire ragoa from oclock till day The sun rose upon a scene of deso but with the tired firemen masters of the The bodies of horses were roasting in the ruins of tho More than 100 mostly very poor had been rendered A number of people had been prostrated by the women and children wan dered all night aimlessly over the ruins of ttieir homos bereft of their all and bewildered at the crushing The insurance will be less than The streetcar company carried insur divided among about 151 The losses as nearly as can be figured foot up about as follows Railroad 175 000 Jacob News silk five losses of frame Shanty ville AWFUL LOSS OF gs Are About Bachelors are not taxed in this country as they are in but here they have to support all the livery icecream saloous Alarming Aspect of tho Belgian Tho situation of tha minors strike at Beraing is assuming a more alarmiug Twentytwo hun dred more miners have left work and are taking part in tha At Char leroi men are on and tha ap pearance of affairs is growing more seri The ironworkers affiliated with tUa Knights of Labor have joined the arid riots have occurred in various dis the mobs displaying black auci red In each case they were dispersed by ttie troops without serious plot has been discovered to attack Pillagra and It is ruinpred that tho strikers used dynamite at Pierre and The Bodies of SixtyKight Victims Re covered from the Hurnocl Iarls Theater FursoiiR Still May consternation caused by the Opera Comiquo catastrophe was in creased Thursday night by a terrible discov similar to that made after the burning of the Brooklyn Theater in At eleven oclock the pompiers working with picks came upon a mass of human from which they dragged forty Many more are now believed to be in the debris the The following are the latest official figures Total number of bodies of whom 28 are identified 13 severely wounded 60 slightly wounded 100 is to those reported to the police as having gone to the Opera Coniique Wednesday but who have not turned This brings the total list up to The bottom of tho theater was flooded With water to the depth o live Sixty bodies have been found floating iu tha water by speaking in the Chamber of Deputies yesterday af estimated that at least 200 per sons lost their lives in the a workingman asked Sauuders advice as to how ho could recover fifty cents to which he was He had a dispute with a man as to whether a bird was cock or a The argument ended in a bet of fifty cents as to the sex of the It was afterwards settled i the applicant had and the man uow refused to pay the money he had Saunders toid the applicant that the only way to recover his money was through the county cago   

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