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MARIETTA DAILY LEADER.
VOL.-II. NO. 130.
MARIETTA, OHIO, MONDAY, JUNE 1, 1896.
PRICE ONE CENT.
The Fatalities in the Two Cities
is Estimated at 418.
Many Victims Aro Believed to Be
Buried in the Hospital Ruins.
Saturday a Day of Funerals In tho Stricken
Cities St. Louis Bravely Curing tor Her
Own, Notwithstanding Odors of As
sistance From Other Cities.
St. Louis, May 80. Tho thousands of
men at work in tho ruined district aro
bringing orderout of chaos, and It will
bo but a few days boforo nearly every
trace of tho material wreckage caused
by tho tornado of Wednesday night
has been cleared away. Saturday
morning tho following table was com
piled for tho Unltsd Press by tho city
Known dead In St. Louis, 104.
Unknown dead in St. Louis, 8.
Fatally Injured In St. Louis, 1&
Missing in St. Louis, 50.
Known dead in East St Louis, 138.
Unknown dead In Bast St. Louis, 3.
Fatally Injured in East St. Louis, 1.
Total fatality. 8. '
Somo mounds of ruins remain not
fully explored, but those "best acquaint
ed with tho localities express confi
dence that all bodies have been re
moved. Tho injured are being cared for in a
manner which should mako every cit
izen feol proud of tho hospital facilities
of St Louis. Somo arc under tho im
mediate caro of tho city department
Othcrsaro in tho college oind church
hospitals. All aro receiving the best
that surgical skill and professional
nursing can give. St Louis will not
need tho tents offered by tho govern
ment All along tho path of tho storm
Friday boys distributed long
lists of houses, flats and rooms
to be had at tho samo rentals
that prevailed before this now demand
was created. Thoro are fifty jobs
awaiting every carpenter, bricklayer,
roof or, plumber and glazier in tho city.
Tho supply of material will probably
run short before tho work of restora
tion is complotc. But thus far no dis
position to deal unfairly with the press
ing demand has shown itself. A mini
mum of, crime is reported. Tho pre
cautions taken by tho police authori
ties with tho asslstanco of tho national
guard have spared tho city's name from
the disgrace of acts of vandalism and
Tho rollef fund is swelling. It is
now nearly 850,000. Instead of a rush
to take advantage of charity, thoso
having tho matter in hand aro pleased
to noto a stronir and widespread dis
We Are Still
These are some of our Unsurpassed Bargains for this week:
nil 1 Jen's AH Wool Suits in Blue and Black Cheviots, Cassimeres, and
t(9Ua I M gcotcj, Tweeds, light, medium and dark colors. Linings, trimmings,
fit aid finish first class in eyery respect.
CQ Kll Equal to tho best S10.00 Suit shown elsewhere. All wo ask is to
H" come in and be convinced voursolf. This lot comnrises nlain and
fancy strictly All Wool Cheviots, Worsteds, Cassimeres, Homespuns and Tweeds,
Elegantly mado and trlmmod.
nlO 0(1 e w'" se you a u't e1ua to,any shown elsewhere for $12.00
VJJI VT. U U or JJ300, The materials are the choicest produced by all tho re
nowned looms, and from every point of view they aro garments such as fastidi
ous dressers are wpnt to wear.
Long Pant xtits
n4 00 Suits mado from Blue and Black and Fancy Cheviot, stylishly cut,
VTWW nlhnr Rtnrps Rfill thnm nt. Sft nft.
other stores sell them at $0
00 Elegant Suite, sizes 13 to 10
fWt,WV -, ..wuw bwwu WtKISWU sw VViuw.
Very choice Suits, the very best fabrics on the market; superb
in everyway, tho newest styles and designs; others sell them at $10. 00
liort Fiit riits
$ "7 C Double Breasted Suits, strictly all wool materials, in light and
I dark mixtures, also plain blue.
Double Breasted Suits, sizes 4 to 14, very nobby, elegantly finish
ed; samo as others soil at 53.50.
I5 O 7K Double Breasted Suits, including Reefer, Prince', Inperials and
i j I J saiior Styles, all tho latest spring patterns, faultless in every de
tail; others sell them at $5.00.
The largest and most complete lineof
BOYS' SHIRT WXEST3
ever shown in Marietta at
, 25c9 50c and 75c.
A full and complete lino of .
Give w a trial. Wo will save you money,
tlpthir?, Pattprp and JFurnisfrf rs,
Cor. Front and Butler sts., ' Old P. O. Building
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position among tho peoplo in "Tlio path
of tho storm to help themselves. Among
10,000 families soroly strlckon, there
will bo somo hundreds that must bo
Tho First regiment, N. O. M. , aro out
In full force, and its members aro doing
noblo work In guarding tho proporty
of tho south St Louisans whoso homes
wore wrecked by tho storm. Tho regi
ment consists of nearly tlvo hundred
men. Col. Baldorf arranged the nine
companies with thrco battalions.
Fifty-flvo patlonts in tho city hos
pital when tho storm blow down that
institution aro missing. But fow of
them aro accounted for. Dr. Starkloff
fears to say how many aro 'dead under
tho wreckage. Dr. Sutter estimates
tho numbor at 25, but would not bo
surprised If It runs over that figure.
Fathor Kenrlck, of St Vlncento
church, who has been attending to
tho spiritual wants of patients In the
hospital for years, viewed tho ruins
Saturday morning and gavo it as his
opinian that 50 bodies will bo taken
Energetic soarch of tho ruins of tho
city hospital was mado Saturday by
fireman furnished by Chief Swlngley.
A caroful canvass of tho situation in
East St Louis results in an estimate
that tho damage to property within
tho corporate limits will ex
ceed 83,000,000 while tho num
ber of fatalities may not
touch tho citizens' executivo committee
calculation of 200. However, promi
nent citizens insist that tho financial
lbssess will aggregate 85,000,000, and
that the list of dead will reach fully
twlco its present known numbc?.
There havo been inquests held over
tho bodies, of 84 tornado victim's in East
St Louis, and tho coroner's office Sat
urday morning contained a list of
nearly a score of dead for tho officials
to begin workon.
Friday night East St Louis was
again in darkness, thoro being little
hope that electric illumination will bo
resumed In less than a week. Tele
phone communication and street car
traffic aro completely suspended, thoro
having been no change in tho situation
with relation to them slnco Wednesday
Mayor Baden and tho citirons' execu
tive committeo aro working indefati
gably toh-ellove all suffering that can
bo overcome by physical assistance.
They are ably aided by tho Women's
Four companies of militia aro pa
trolling tho devastated district and
aro protecting property from thieves
and vandals who havo flocked in on
East St. Louis will bo 'for several
days to come a city of funerals.
In St Peter's,- St. Henry's and tho
city cemeteries, as well as tho cemeter
ies of adjoining cities, graves aro
Deine prepared "for ,the victims of
years, mado from the choicest fabrics,
Wednesday's disaster, and solemn cor
teges of sad-faced people aro travers
ing tho streets of the devastated city,
following their loved ones toitho last
resting places. Thero aro funerals on
all sides. Hardly a street or block was
tljoro which did not havo ono or moro
-persons who wore claimed as victims
by tho storm, and many of thorn wcro
buried Friday in order to prevent rapid
decomposition. This and the over
crowded condition of the morguo has
tened many of tho funerals.
In St. Louis Saturday thero was an
almost unbroken lino ot funeral prpfljlhavo incessantly ministered to the suf
cessions onrouto to Calvary and Belle-' fcring .of tho luckless thousands Slnco
fontain cemeteries. " $ the dreadful 20 minutes of disaster
Outside cities and surrounding towns (Wednesday evening no thought has
havo been called upon to furnish been given to property losses. Tho worst
hearses and carriages to accommodate
tho demand for conveyances. Extra
gangs of workmen aro employed in
preparing graves, and memorial day is
surely a day of mourning in tho Mound
Subscriptions to tho fund for tho rO'
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lief of tho homeless aro pouring in at a
gratifying rate, considering that the
extent of tho calamity has partially
paralyzed tho city. Tho Merchants'
exchange .funds amount to more than
850,000. President Donovan called a
meeting of tho Eeal Estate changc
Friday and nearly 52,900 was raised in
a fow minutes. Secretary Aull raised
S500 in two hours at the fair grounds
James Gordon Bennett, through the
New York Herald, wired to know how
much money would bo needed. From
all tho big cities camo messages of con
dolence and offors of help. To all the
samo reply was roturncd tliat St.
could take caro of her own and that no
outside assistance would bo needed, r
Tho street car system is crippled, and
tho telephone and telegraph sorvico in
the city is practically useless. The
streets In tho southern portion of the
city aro litte'red with debris and broken
and twisted wires. It will bo weeks
before all tho marks of the storm aro
removed from tho thoroughfares.
The St. Louis team owners camo for
ward and placed their ID heavy wag-
ons at. tho disposal of the distressed.'
Tho noblo hearted draymen will work
all day Sunday gratis to relieve tho,
distressed, Tho wholesale grocers of
Cupples' station sent, out 70 wag
ons and trucks on the same
errand of mercy. By Sunday night
every ono in the wrecked district will
bo safely moved, difficulty has been
found in securing laborers for tho work
of clearing away tho wrecks, and those
who aro able and willing to work are
demanding a rate of SO cents an hour.
Wages of bricklayers havo advanced
from 55 cents to SI. 10 an hour.
Tho damage -to residenco property in
St Louis is estimated by real estate
men at nearly threo million dollars.
A report from Warrons'burg Saturday
morning says that tho report that the
Warrcnsburg Normal school was de
stroyed by the.storm Wednesday night
and 80 students killed, is wholly untrue.
Tho storm did no damago there.
East St. Louis, May CO. -East St.
Louis is waking from its stupor of terror
and things aro beginning now to shape
themselves to the amelioration of tho
condition of afflicted and preservation
of tho proporty loft after tho feast of
A relief committee has been formed
with an auxilliary woman's corps
Money is being subscribed, tho town is
thoroughly policed with local con
stabulary and two companies of mili
tia, streots are being cleared) homes
mado habitable and a feeblo effort at
being cheerful to tho distress is being
mado by tho townspeople.
Tho bright sunshine has served to
lighten somewhat tho load of sorrow, I
put now in their sober moments this
completeness of tho disaster appears
tho more appalling.
Nothing had been dono to clear away
tho wreckage which still lay piled as
tho elements had thrown it indiscrim
inately. Dead horses abounded, and
already sickening odors arose into tho
night air. With the appearanco of tho
sun this feature becamo more obnox
ious and tho stench was frightful, but
so busy and exhausted aro tho citizens
that it is impossible to tell when tho
carcasses will bo removed.
Mayor Badger and tho rest of tho
townspeople hero feel that they are in
most urgont need of all asslstanco they
can get Tho rich havo suffered with
tho poor, and tho resources of thoso
who could ordinarily extend a helping
hand to thoir moro unfortunate broth
ers will bo so strained in recovering
their own positions that it will bo dlfli
cult for them to do much moro than
Tho Bads bridge Is onco moro open.
Trains began running Thursday night
and by Friday morning great long
lines of cars were puffing across
tho dismantled structure, giving
tho imprisoned East St. Louisans
a chanco to get out of thai
city. Tho tracks from tho refay depot I
up tho bridgo inclino wcro badly clut
tered up with all sorts of stuff, but
woro not damaged. With the earlier J
train loads tho passengers, wero protty
nervous, for fear that some of tho piers
mlgtyt havo been weakoned by tho
bombardment of Wind and water, but
they woro safo enough.
There Is a probability that ono man
whoso horribly mangled body was
taken to tho morgue was not killed by
tho storm. A gentleman who was In
tho neighborhood of the Union depot
street railway house just after the
6torm assorts that somo of tho crowd
thero assaulted a ghoul caught thiev
ing and beat him to death.
Tho lists of dead whtah havo been
hitherto printed hayp of necessity
been f ull of error. 'jjpp wereroported
dead who wore paJssipg.npd.h.Qy.o. sipep
turned up; false .Identification's woro
maflo, pomes, cpjpfuf ejd by njlslnform'a
atlon and misspelling, so 'that thero
havo been already prlntod the' names
of more than ilavo really been found.
There arc unquestionably many per
sons who have been killed whose dis
appearance has not been noted. As
yet very meager reports of the' awful
work done by tho cyclone in Missouri
and Illinois have reached this city.
Enough Is known, however, to show
that many lives were lost and thou
sands of dollars damage done.
St. Louis, May 30. Forgetting every
personal interest that clashes with tho
work of mercy, the people of this city
who escaped tho fury of tho storm
is now known, however, and tho
work of computing material losses
has begun. As the world knows, the
greater number of sufferers are small
property owners. These individual
losses aro small, but they aggrecato
iiiu mrgtr pun . mo wnoie. 11 survey
0f the distriumnado Friday shows that
over threo thousand houses have been
the larger part . tho whole. A survey
damaged or wholly destroyed. Theso
were mainly residences of the middle
classes, shop keepers and mechanics.
The damage to church property was
In the territory along the levee,
Main, Second and Third from Wash
ington to Market, tho loss will figure
up fullyone million. From Main to
Eighth and from O'Fallon south to
Franklin, tho loss is half a million. A
class of hard working peoplo occupy
In tho territory south from Market
to Chouteau, along Broadway and, cast
to the river front, a million and a'half
will hardly cover tho loss. Southward
along Broadway from Chouteau avenue
to Lafayette avenue and embracing the
territory eastward to the river prop
erty has been destroyed to tho extent
of ST50.000. Trom tho Lafayette
Avenue bank south to Soulard the
storm's fury wreaked awful vengeance.
The loss sustained was $050,000.
nardly a building on either side of
uroaaway was spared. They were oc
cupicd by prosperous retail stores, rep-
resenting tho energy and thrift of
a lifetime. Embracing all tho
district south of Soulard from tho riv
er, west to city limits, the loss to resi
dences and business property Is esti
mated at 81,000,000. Going north again
and taking in all the territory up to
tho city hospital the damago figures
In the immodiate vicinity of tho hos
pital another million is represented.
Northeast of the hospital property has
been destroyed to the extent of 81,000,
000, whilo Lafayette park and vicinity
gives as much more. 'Westward
from Lafayette park and north to
Choteau avenue tho loss Is S3,000,
000. Down Choteau from Jeffer
son .avenuo to Seventh street
and north to tho railroad tracks 83,000,
000 is damaged. Along Park avenuo
from Tenth to Seventh and north on
Seventh to Market, S4,500,000 will about
cover the loss. Tho distress and disas
ter through this section aro appalling.
Tho remaining 84,150,000 is scattered
through the central, western and
northwestern portions of tho city. It
includes damages to crops and public
Damages to school property is 8100,000.
Nearly all south St. Louis is practi
cally destroyed. Wrecked buildings
and those partly damaged can not be
repaired. It will be fully two years
before the effects of tho hurricane are
Many hundreds of tho homeless are
already receiving asslstanco from the
relief committee. Tho greatest demand
is for fod and clothing, as those who
have roofs over their heads are sharing
tnoir Homes with their less fortunate
Up to seven o'clock Friday night 12S
bodies have been identified and 10S un
identlcd dead aro lying on the slabs at
the morgue. Thero aro 30 dead bodies
lying upon tho slabs at tho city morgue
At nine o'clock Friday night tho list
of Identified dead in East St. Louis is
unchanged at 07. Thero aro 23 un
identified bodies at tho morguo and tho
latest reports at pollco headquarters
places tho number of missing at 31
males and five females.
Coroner Waite has been constantly
on duty since Thursday morning. Tho
procession of tho dead, passing under
review before him liko the last resur
rection, wero passed upon in an official
and perfunctory way. Tho pathos
usual on such occasions was redoubled,
intensified by tho surrounding throng
of waiting relatives, waiting till un
sympathetic officialism had released
tholr,dead. There woro 04 unfortu
nates who passed under the ordeaj of
this necessary Inspection.
At two o'clock Saturday morning two
floaters wero picked up at the foot of
Dcstrahan street, which aro supposed
to bo members of tho wrecked boat
A family of four lived at 710 Barry
street Wednesday morning. When tho
cyclono had passed there was but ono
survivor. Tho surviving daughter
stood on tho street wringing her hands,
frantic with grlof and refusing to bo
led away. Neighbors told tho story
Shortly after midnight Father J. J.
Head, of Annunciation church, Sixth
and La Salle streets died of tho Injur
ies recolved by falling timbers in tho
disaster Wednesday night. Father
nead and his sister wero sitting in tho
parochial residence when tho roof of
tho church was blown on to thp
hou&e.. A falling timber struck tho
pastor's head and ho was otherwise se
riously injured. Ho failed to rally.
Hoy Claypbbl, son of Mrs. Daniel
ClaypooVwho, with hor two children,
wai klllei b tho atorm, died at tho
ChUdr8n.v8 hOsp'Unl Friday night.
Youmr.Claypool was not ialurcd by the
a cream ot turwr Baking Powder. Hlabesi
of all in leavening sucngtn Latttt ITnltte
Stales aovtrume'it food lltyort
ROYAL BtKUG Powdgh Co , lWWall St. lO
storm, but Had been placed vln the hos
pital Thursday to be treated for an ail
ment, but when he heard that his
mother and two sisters had been'killed,
tho little fellow began to grlevo. It
caused his death.
Fired Through n Detective's Clothing
Fight Between nn Ofllccraml Thieves.
Loxdon, O., May GO. A shooting af
fray occurred seven miles west of Lon
don, in which threo balls passed
through the clothes of Detective Ma
ley Thompson without injuring him.
George Wilson of Cincinnati, and
Christ Bichardson, of Springfield, both
colored, entered tho residenco of Mrs.
Noah Knott, two miles west of Lon
don, and demanded money. They wero
frightened away by a book agent and
took to the woods. They wero over
taken and attacked five miles
west of tho Knott home, and 13 shots
wore exchanged. Richardson was shot
in tho groin and was captured. Wilson
escaped In the woods with two flesh
wounds. Tho latter was released from
tho Ohio penitentiary last Monday
week. At the hearing Friday morn
ing Richardspn was placed under S-J00
A WAKEFUL DAUGHTER
1alsc Her rather in Time to Irle Away
Ada, O , May 30. The residenco of
Trot. II. S. Lehr was broken into Fri
day morning at about two o'clock by
burglars, who attempted to chloroform
tho members of Mr. Lehr's family, but,
owing to tho wakefulness of his daugh
ter, they failed. The professor was
aroused by the daughter and fired sev
eral shots at the fleeing burglars. Sov
eial of the neighbors wero awakened,
but the rogues escaped. No clew as
Trouble Among Gen. Coxcy anil tho Em
s ploycs of II!s Quarry.
Massim.on, 0., May 30. While Re
former Coxey is out in Oregon the men
employed at his silica sand quarry
Xva. e met, organized and decided that
they want more pay. Heretofore
they havo mado 12H cents an hour,
working 'jn hours a day, but now,
yielding to the popular demand for a
shorter work day, Coxey has cut down
the operating time to eight hours, but
pays tho same rate per hour. Thus the
men got 81 a day, and they feel that it
is not enough.
DIVORCE AND ALIMONY.
Tho IIusuhuu Gets the Decree, but Is
Forced to Taj Sl.OOO.
Akuon, O., May 30. Judge W. C.
Ong granted Robert L. Andrew, ex
county treasurer, an absolute divorce
from his wife, Emma, on tho grounds
of cruelty. Mrs. Andrew, who filed a
cross-petition alleging infidelity, was
given alimony amounting to SI, 000, al
though the Judge said that she had no
grounds for her petition. Mrs. An
drew is tho daughter of J. B. Woods, a
A Victim of Hydrophobia.
Columbus, O., May 30. On March 11,
as Mrs. Charles Vogcl, of Sulllvant
avenue, was standing at tho front gate
of her homo a small black dog which
was passing snapped at her and slight
ly lacerated her hand. Tho wound
was cauterized, and, as the dog was
not suspected of rabies, little was
thought of it until Monday of this
week, when sho showed signs of hydro
phobia. Friday morning sho died in
convulsions, having been strapped to
tho bed for tho last 4S hours. '
Xcsia, O., May 30. Dines Bros., car
riage manufacturers of this city, went
into the hands of a receiver, W. R.i Mc
Gervoy, cashier of the Citizens' national
bank, Friday. They filed preferences
in favor of tho Citizens' bank and Car
penter Bros., the latter of Cincinnati,
to tho extent of 81,200, mostly in favor
of Carpenter Bros. Assets stated to bo
Ills Wounds Proved Fatal.
Cincinnati, May SO. David Powell,
aged 21 years, of Marlon, 0., died at
the Good Samaritan hospital Friday of
a pistol wound In the loft leg, throe
inches above tho ankle. Powell was
playing with a loaded revolver at his
homo threo weeks ago ago, Tho pistol
accidentally slipped from his hand and
striking tho ground exploded.
Farmer Attempts Suicide,
Hivkvka. O.. Mnv (Y. Lnnia flinn.
rolpgs, a farmer who resides near Ra
venna, cut his thrpat with a jackkutto,
with suiciuai intent. Xhe woupa wui,
probably provo fatal. Somo days, ago
tho chinch bug became In evidence jOn
his largo farm and promised tojdajm,
agp his crpps. Worrying (qyer jt,H
is thought, hp became Insane.
Arrival and Departure of Trains.
b. & o. s.w.
DKPAnr :oo a. m., iomo a. m., 2:00 rm 4:1
p. m, 7:00 p.m., li:25 p.m. .
AnnrvK-3:05 a. m S:lo a. m., 1J:!5, p. m 4:11
p. at., 0-40, p. m , 8:55 p. tn.
T. & O. C. EX.
VEAVE 2.10 p. m.. 9.00, 4:C0 a.m
AnmvK 4:4, l2:15p m 7:80a.m.
C. 4.. M.
Leavk 0:25a.m. I:55p.n
aiuuve 11:15 a. m., 7:05 p. a
fc-AVB 0:20a. m 2:0p.a
AnmvK 10:10 a.m., 5:t5p.ra
O. R. R. n. (Eastern Time.)
Sonin 10-25, 2:60 a.m.; 7:S0p.m
omn n:i5 p.m.; 8:40, 7:28 a.m
a 04tfrng' tii
Too many of them; down
goes the price for one
week. From May 29tlrto
June 5 you can buy any
of our 25c waists for 19c;
any of our1 50c and 75c
waists for 38 cents.
' lei's Suits
Crash Suits the coolest
suit known, and universal
ly worn, priee $5.00. If
you want a nice suit for a
littlo money bee our $0.50
a P. S. Boys usually wear s
9 two pairs of trousers to
one suit; that's the rea-
son we carry combina- f
tion suits, two pair of f
f trousers to each suit, and
f cap to match; price $5.00 1
Gathered From All 1'orts of tho Countrr
Prof. Rodney Welsh, a well-known
scientist, journalist and lecturer, is.
dead at his home in Evanston, 111.
Emanuel Nengen, tho pen and Ink
f orgor, was given six years in the Erie,
county (N. V.) penitentiary in tho
United States court.
It is stated on good authority than an.
important filibustering expedition has
landed on tho coast near Trinidad.,
province of Santa Clara.
Tho czar has appointed M. Dc
Witte, Russian minister of finance, ta
officially open tho Nijni-Noygord ex
hibition and annual fair on Juno 0.
The Westminster Gazette says that
Mr. Gladstone has addressed a letter
to Cardinal Rampolla, papal secretary
of state, on tho subject of Christian
Commander Booth-Tucker, of tho
Salvation army, and his wlfo left New
York Friday morning for Cleveland,
where they will review tho Salvation,
army of that city.
Prof. Sir J. Russel Reynolds, tho cel
ebrated English phrenologist, author
and lecturer, physician in ordinary to
her majesty's household, died in Lon
don Friday, aged 09 years.
Tho treasury gold reserve at thocloso
of business Friday stood at 3107,403,431.
Tho withdrawals for the day wero 81,
010,700 In gold, and there was deposit
ed In gold by banks in exchange for
At Springfield, O., Mr. and Mrs. Al
phona Ferrell celebrated their golden,
wedding Saturday. Mrs. Ferrell Is a.
sister of Hon. Abraham Ludlow, who
was tho prohibition candidate for gov
orpor a fow years ago.
Tho Illinois Central will begin a nevf
daily ihrough service May 31 from Now;
Orleans to Memphis, Louisville and.
Cincinnati In connection with the
Chesapeake and Ohio Southwestern
and Baltimore ond Phio Southwestern.
A dispatch received Friday from iha
agent of the St Louis & Hannibal rail
road at Bowling Green, Mo., States
thot tho tornado struck eight mile's
from that city, unroofed tho depot at
Burryvllle, demolished several houses
and killed ono woman.
t Mempria day was observed fn Wash
yiffjton: with the usual ceremonies otS
tending' Jho decoration jot tho 'graves
of thoso who ffcll in the civil yvar. Thy
Ariitfgton National cemetery was Uift
Wlkbx, attraction- tit ) iW aiid hero
"WJPriacJpal cyorclsea tverSheld, i