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TRr AKUUb. SATUKDAY, JOKE 27,
OLD HIEJIS' WORK.
A Few More Details of the Dev-
astation in lowu .
0BEB0EE LOSES FIFTY HOUSES.
Almost Annihilate! Water
feaerrwhere with Mitch lead Stork
floating-Therein Heavy Lor of the
Bail-aavs A Storm Blown Down a C oal
Breaker in Pennsylvania and Kills Sis
Mejf-Kaln Flood Omaha and f all
Heavily All tlver the state Frlght
fjU Accident "ear AJaoona, l"a. Other
Siorx ClTT, la., June 27. Further re
ports here place the lose at Sutherland,
by the storm, at $.0iOto buildincs alone.
Seventy mile of Illinois Central tracks
are submerged in water. The loss will
reach $1"0,io but it will take many days
to repair it. The loss of the Chicago and
Iirthweern will be fully as great as the
Illinois Central. Advices from Correc
tionville say that the place is yet under
water. f At Aurelia the water stood six
feet deep in the atreets Thursday, but was
lowly going down yesterday. The valley
of ami all creek running into the little
Fiouxat Cherokee was the only outlet fr
the water during the storm
Anthentle Nfwi from Cherokee.
The first authentic new9 from Cherokee
was received at 3 o'clock yesterday after
noon. No lives were lost at that place.
Eifty houses were washed away, however,
and a great many were shifted from their
foundations, while every bridge and cul
vert in the county is washed out. Several
miles of the Illinois Central tracks are
gone, and the road will be unable to re
sume operations At three or four days.
The Storm Havoc at Matille.
Reports were received yesterday at the
Chicago and Northwestern offices front
theflooded districts o the Maple riter
branch of the road. The town of Maville
is almost wiped out. The water reached
the second stories of the houses, andtvery
building in the lower part of the town wan
wept away. Three miW of railroad track
between Maville and Kiovsley are rone.
The bridge over the tsoux and most of the
small bridges were carried away. Another
storm set in yesterday afternoon in the
same district, and is still raxing. The
storm t-.vwtn Is south to the main lrne of
ths Northwestern. Trains on the main
line of the Northwestern are still running,
btttthe Milwaukee and St. Paul cannot
get to Sioux City.
The Country a Vast Lake,
WaTTKLoo, la.. June -T. Conductor
Dengy, of the Fort Dodge relief train, ar
rived last night from the flooded dis
tricts. He says that from Storm Lake to
Cherokee the country resembles a vart
lake. Bodies of horses, cattle, and other
farm animals are visible in every direc
tion floating on the water. One farmer
lost aw beau of cattle from his pasture.
Reports that four persons were drowned
is not correct. Four hundred families are
now homeless and little aid can reach
them before Sunday.
TEN HOURS OF DOWNPOUR.
Omaha Visited by a Destructive
Other Watery Aflttf t iojis.
Omaha, Ntb., June 'X. Rain fell con
tinuously from 7 oiclock yesterday morn
ing until fi last evening. Considerable
damage was done in the northern and
eastern parts of the city. In the vicinity
of the old North Omaha creek the streets
are flooded to a depth of from two to five
feet, and the water is up to the
windows of the first floors of hun
dreds of residences. Street car traSic
in that section of the city is altandoued.
Kast Omaha is almost all under water, but
the overflowed section is not thickly pop
ulated, and comparatively little damage
Cloudburst at Millard.
A cloudburst occurred in the afternoon
all MJMard. twenty mries front Omaha, ou
the Union Pacific and inundated the track
for nearly a mile. The washout near Cen
tral City was repaired yesterday, and the
overland trains which had been delayed
there since Thursday morning passed over
the break and reached Omaha last even
ing. The washouts on the Klk Horn road,
which had been repaired, were washed out
again yesterday. The heaviest rain for
years fell at Nebraska City. The streets
and cellars were flooded and great dam
All Over the State.
lAHcotS, Ne"b., June 27. Another
heavy rain fell throughout the state yes
terday and reports of damage to crops
continue to come in. Trains are badly de
layed on account of the numerous wash
out. The Elkborn appears to be the
greatest sufferer locally, a bad washout
between here and Fremont making a
transfer necessary. All small streams are
Great Damage in Colorado.
Denver, Colo., June 27. Reports re
ceived show that the storm of Wednesday
and Thursday was unusually severe.
Wednesday a cloudburst occurred at Box
Elder, doing great damage and ruining
crops. Thursday a cyclone wrecked sev
eral houses and caused injury to several
SIX MEN CRUSHED TO DEATH.
A C'oal Breaker Blown Ihmn Men
Smashed to a Jelly.
Mount Cakmll, Pa., June 27. This
section was visited yesterday afternoon by
a wind and rain storm of unusual sever
ity. Trees were uprooted and carried a
great distance, while the rain poured
down in torrents and the lightning
and thunder were terrific. When
the storm was at its height a
heavy caash was heard above
the noise of the storm, causing people to
flee from their homes in terror. For a
time ;t was feared that a terrible calamity
Dad taken place in the borough. It was
-' Sdcm learned, however, that the crash was
caused by the collapse of the Patterson
Coal "company's large breaker, situated
two iniles west of this pluce. The struct-
". ire was a new one and was rapidly Bear
Caught In the Heavy Timbers.
Four slaters, J. M. Blossom, Richard
Roberts, J. B. Dodson. and William
Lodge, from Shick-Shinny, Pa., were on
the roof at the time of the accident and
were hurled to the ground, a distance of
' 150 feet, and crushed to a jelly by the
heavy timbers falling upon them. Two
other workmen from Luzerne, Pa., whose
namee -ooold Bof be learned, were also
working la the building and
they stared the same late as their
companions, it r,u two hours before the
bodies of the- mm could be recovered.
owing to the debris that was heaped upon
them. The bodies of the men were brought
to this place to await instructions from
their families. The loas to the colliery is
FRIGHTFUL DEATH OF A WORKMAN.
An Iron Bar Iriven Through II ia Body
Hia Screams Heard Half a Mile.
ALTOOXA, Pa., June 27. Shortly be
fore noon yesterday, at. the large quarries
tt Piney creek, Robert K. Calbert and a
gang of men prepared two blasts and
fired them. One, however, failed to ex
plode. Calbert took a sixteen-foot bar and
prepared to drill it out. He placed the
en d of the bar in the hole and let it drop,
when an explosion occurred. Twelve feet
of bar was driven through his body, and
it is said that his screams were heard for
half a mile. The remainder of tfebar was
pulled through the wound.and aSer twen
ty minutes of agony Calbert died.
A Sleeper Bans Into a Washout.
ST. P.WL, June 27. The sleeper Dickin
son on the Northern Pacific train which
left here two days ago left the track one
mile west of Rosebud, Mont., Thursday
night owing to a washout. The car tipped
over into the water and several of the six
teen passengers in the car were more or
less injured, but none seriously. Among
the number were: The temperance orator,
Francis Murphy and wife, of Pittsburg;
Mrs. William Toole and son, Hamilton,
Ont ; A. W. Shock and wife, Portland,
Dr.; Major F. R. Scott and daughter,
Richmond. Va.: A. S. Wiley, Detriot:
George D. Monroe, Joliet, Ills., and Sid
ney Ashman. New York. Francis Mur
phy has a broken nose.
Miraculous Escape from Heath.
Chicago, June 27. Lieutenant John
Gordon, of the Lake View police station,
and three of his men had a narrow escape
from death last night beneath a patrol
wagon in which they were driving to a
tire. The hordes had dashed off at break
neck speed and in turning sharply around
a corner the wagon was lifted clear off the
ground and came down with a crash, bury
ing the four men underneath. Although
the lieutenant and officers are terribly
bruised and shaken up, none of them is
likely to die.
Typhus lever in New York.
New York, June 27. Goodwin Rosen
bloom, a tinsmith 22 years of ace residing
in the tenement at Madison street, was
sent to the reception hospital suffering
from typhus fever Thursday night, and
was sent to North Brother island yester
day. The Madison street tenement has
been thoroughly disinfected.
Tried to ( run in front of a Train.
Liscolw Neb., June 27. Mrs. G. F.
Haney and Mrs. A. M. Tatro attempted to
cross the railroad track at Oration yester
day in front of an approaching train.
They were struck by the engine, and bcth
instantly killed, the bodies being badly
Death of a Brave Fireman.
l'H!C'Aw. June 27. Brave Captain Man-
j ning, of t.ngine (.omjiany No. 6, whose
I deeds of heroism are well known to mem
bers of the fire department, died yesterday
j as the result of falling from the roof of a
j burning wagon shop yesterday morning. f
! Still finding flood Victims.
Johnstown, Pa., June 27 The body of
an unknown flood victim was found on
the Morrel grounds during a base Iwtil
game here yesterday.
AN INTERVIEW WITH PARNELL.
He Talks Aliont His Marriage ami His i
Political Prospects. '
ly.xiKis, June 27. The United lYess I
correspondent had an interview with Par
hell at Brighton yesterday. Parnell said
that he found it imiossible to procure a
license for marriage in any country
church, and in order to prevent delay he
thought it best to marry fh the rcgistrjf
office. The church ceremony would be
performed in London as soon as be was
able to put in a fortnight's residence there
probably after the Carlow election. He
would do his best to prevent outsiders, and
especially rtorters, from beinf? present.
He would certainly goto Carlow. start
ing tonight if possible. He was confident
that he would win the only election Since
the divorce suit which he has had a chance
Wants Kilty to Go with Him.
He would take his wife to Carlow, if
possible, but she was a bad sailor and was
likewise compelled to remain near ner
lawyers, owing to the coming triaLof the
suit ever the will of her late aunt. Lady
j Wood, in which suit her brothers con-
Tewieu ner ngni to me r.itnam property.
He (Parnell) intended in the future to de
vote special attention to Irrih industrial
questions, in which he was more inter
ested than in any other. He had given a
general support to Balfour's Irish land
purchase bill, believing it to be a meas
ure well conceived, and that, if well car
ried out, it would greatly benefit the ten
ents as well as the land owners.
Will Visit the United States.
He intended in the autumn, if possible,
to visit the United States, where he be
lieved the public opinion to be virtually
unanimous in his favor. He would try to
attend the Baltimore convention. He had
not thought, nor did he intend to think,
upon the political effect of his marriage.
His wife was perfectly happy, and he was
expritneing greater happiness than ever
in his life previously. The correspondent
ne-er saw Parnell looking healthier or in
Sir John Macdonald's Will.
Ottawa. June 27. The will of the late
Sir John MacDonald leaves an estate
worth about $StO,0!K) exclusive of Earns
cliffe hall, to be divided equally between
lady MacDonald and Hugh John Mac-
Donald, his son. Lady MacDonald's legacy
is to be invested and the income paid her
during her life, together with the pro
ceeds of the sale of Earnscliffe and its be
longings, should she desire to sell it.
After her death it goes to the son's fam
ily. His law library is bequeathed to
Hugh John MacDonald.
Oldest Cotton Manufacturer Iead.
Fall Rivei:, Mass., June 27 Foster
H. Stafford, the oldest cotton manufact
urer in continuous service in the United
States, died Thursday night of apoplexy.
aged 7fi years. He was proprietor of the
Stafford mills and had been connected
with cotton mills from his childhood.
Will Succeed Bishop Knight.
Milwaukee, Jane 27. Dr. Isaac Lea
Nicholson of Philadelphia has announced
his intention of accepting the bishopric
of the Milwaukee diocese, to succeed the
late Bishop C F. Knight.
MliS. PHILOS LEAR
A Nervy Woman's Escape from
HEADLOSG OUT OF A RAILWAY CAE.
The Astonished and Sleepy Official Wak
ing Jnt In Time to Make a Snatch at
Her feet The Train lining forty Mile
an Hour and Vet the Woman Apparent
ly Gets Away I uimrt No Trace of Her
After a Lol: g Search.
Chicago, June 27. Thursday eveninu
Deputy Sheriff lieno, of Denver, left
this city having in charge Mrs. E. L. !
Philo, a very entertaining bion-.le,23 years
old, who is wanted in that city ou a charge
of forgery and jumping her lKnd. The
woman is a member of a gang of six or
eight in Denver who have been engaged
in numerous forgeries and swindling
schemes by which the citizens have been
fleeced out of many thousands of dollars.
Mrs. Philo was arrested and released en
a bond of K,iXW. Immediately upon her
release the woman disappeared. The Den
ver officers learned that she had come to
this city, and Deputy Sheriff Reno was
sent to arrest her.
Vanished as He Awoke.
He arrived, in the city a few days ago
and explained his case to Sheriff Gilbert,
who detailed a deputy to assist him.
Thursday noon the woman was seen at
the corner of State and Madison streets
and placed under arrest. In the evening,
in charge of her official escort, she started
for Denver. Ninety miles of the distance
bud been traversed without incident and
:he officer liecanie sleepy. He had his
barge on the inside of the seat next to
:o the window, and, thinking her perfectly
secure, dropped into a doze. He was sud
denly awakened by a stir at his side and
only awakened iu time to see the pedal
'Xtreniitie-t of his fair prisoner as her
:"orm disappeared through the open win
dow. Made a Grab for Her Shoes.
The sheriff made a grab for the shoes
nnd missed them, then sprang for the bell
)Tie and signaled the engineer to stop.
".Vhen the train slowed up he and the train
hands rushed back over the track expect
ing to find the pretty blonde's mangled
lorm in the grass. They found no t race of
the mangled form, and after hunting up
I nd dow n the fields they concluded that
I he pretty blonde had escajied uninjured.
How she did it no one knows. A straight
jump from a train going forty miles un
1 our frequently uses up strong men. and
tLe woman must have plunged headlong
iato the roadside.
No Trace vl the Woman.
Keuo then accompanied the train to
AsLton. where he enlisted the sympathies
cf the city marshal, who with a posse of
rien went with him to scour the country.
I p to a late hour yesterdav afternoon
Mrs. Philo had not been recaptured, and
Ileno sent a telegram to this city asking
tiat every effort be made to recapture her.
Mrs. Pbilo's escape, aside from being very
Liimiliating to lleputv Reno, is a serious
1 low to the officials at Denver, as she had
promised to turn state's evidence against
t le members of the gang with which she
A Mother Who Was Showing
How to Skip the Hope.
WiLKF.iiAKKF.. Pa., .Tt'.ne 27. Mrs.
F.lia Kotilnns. of AVyoming, was sudden
ly stricken b!iul while plaviDt: with her
4-year-old son a few days ago. The little
b y was trying to skip a nitie which his
mother had been turning for him. Then
show him how to do it letter hhe took
the roj;e herself and began skipping. She
li id not made more than half a dozen
jt.nips when she dropped the rope, threw
h--r hands to her bead, staggered and fell.
V.'hen some of the family ran to her they
ft und her groping with her hands. She
wan perfectly conscious and rational. She
said she con Id not see.
A Kuan of Blood, and Darkness.
She felt something like a rush of blood
u; the back of her head and then all had
b)ome dark. She was put to bed and a
physician summoned. At first it was be
lieved that the blindness would soon pass
away, but it did not. she remained
totally blind, though otherwise in perfect
firaltb. hhe was brought to this city on
Tuesday and placed under an oculist's
care. All the physicians who have seen
the patient are puzzled. Up to the time
of her affliction &he had no trouble of any
kiad with her eyes.
ELOPED IN A BALLOON.
Tie Kscapade of a 16-Year-Old Girl of I
bT. Lons, June 27. A . singular story
wi.s developed Thursday by the applica-
ti n at. the city hall of Mrs. J. F. Good
ri h, of Ittsfield, Mass., for help to re
cover her 16-year-old daughter Clara, who
ekped in a balloon from'Pittsfield Decora-
tic n Day with an aeronaut named Waller
Cooper. There was evidently a vein of
nationalism in the young people, be
cause when they determined to elope the
commonplace methods which have been in
ro;ue for centuries would not do.
neath on the roDaut'i Trail.
Itecoration Day, dressing herself in
suit of her brother's clothes, Clara eluded
her parents and stealthily made her way
to riusfield. Her father pursued and
reached the fair grounds just in time to
see his daughter borne into the air in a
tialloon with the young ii ronaut. Mrs.
Go ldrich has been pursuing the couple
ever since and swears to kill her daugh
ter s betrayer on sight.
Yoanjrest Traveler on Record.
.'EW York, June 27. Among the im
migrants tuat lanaeu inursday was a
gol len-haired boy of between 3 and 4
years and with only a tag sewed to his
coat consigning him to a person in Min
neapolis. His passage is paid to Min
neapolis, and the barge-office officials have
pre ty well satisfied themselves that some
one is awaiting the arrival of "the boy" in
Mil nesotu. A telegram has been received
at tiie ofncerequestiDg that the child be
sent on at once.
Married the Love of Hla Tooth.
Losdox, June 27. A curious wedding
took place Thursday m Ashley, North
amptonshire. ' The contracting parties
wer j a man aged 76 and a woman aged 77.
The bans had been published in church
fifty -six years ago, but they separated and
married different people. The wife of
bne and the husband of the other dying.
the found themselves at liberty to renew
their old engagement and have now mar
Per Eorses, Cattle, Sheer, 2:, Err,
r. AND FOtTiTEY .
SOOFace Book on Treatment of Aaimala
and Chart Sent Free,
A. A. Spinal Meningitis, Milk JKever.
B. B. Strains, Lameness, Rkramatiam.
'.t'.listeraper. Nasal Discharges.
ll.D.Botn or links, Warms.
E. E. ('each. Heavea, Pncnmonia.
F. F. t'elic er Or i pes. Bellyache.
Ii.(;. Miscarriage, Hemorrbares.
ll.LI. I rinary and Kidney IHseaaea.
Ernpiive Diseases. Mange.
J.K. Diseases ef Diiestioa, Paralysis.
FlLgie Bottle (over 50 dosesx - - .60
Staple Case, with Soeoifl'-s, MannaL
Vttfrlnarv Cure Oil and Medicaior, 7.01
Jor Veterinary Care Oil, - - 1.0U
Sold by Drngsit; or Sent Frecaid anywhere
cti in an; qnanuty on &ece:rt cf Pric e.
HT7MFEHSTE' KEETCIUE CO.,
Tcmer William and Jcbn S:., New Tork.
isi UsPECinc ng.6o
in use A ftr. The orr TOceceri romrdj for
Nervous Debility, Vital Weakness,
and Vroeir&tioQ, from pw-wurt or ctrer causes.
SI per nai, or 6 riaia and liree vial poo airlor fo.
fc-oLD ST Pkcnoprrs. or sent prpij i n receipt
cf prise. HUMPHREYS' MEDICINE CO ,
' Cor. Wiliiam and Johc Eta., K. Y.
$100 And Upwards
CAX BE IRTESTED IS
A POSITIVE AND SAFE
I 5 per Cent
Dividend Paying Stock.
Fo'il particulars and
Froepectn can be bad
on application or addressing
S. L- SIMPSON. Banker.
64 Broadway, N- Y.
AGENTS OF EVERY KIND
Icfcracce. Fratereal Order, book or otherwise.
MrmtKTB gel lloO !n ete ytar. Tm y pay tint f 1
a week. Anybody cn make at the lowest f 137
each woek eaeiiy. ETerylxjdy watts a certificate,
becaoe for each member they hring in they ret
their 1100 a month earlier. The is a good Unci;
and dou t mit&Ke it. Addre'
J. L. UNVERZAGT. Pecretsry.
i;Wcl Ltxmfton at , Baillnicrv, Aid.
BUY A BUFFALO
Wyoming- lot. It's the cominir citv of Wyom
ing. Has waterworks, electric lijrhts. fiountip
nuns. Located Id the frarden of wyomimr-
Produced the prize potato crop of the United
Mutes in imo.. rcr maps and further inior.
mation apply to
a iuui, r.uua.o, nyo.
Plat of S(M
SO. 65 !40
140 4 -if
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NEW MUSIC HOUSE-
No. 1804 Second Avenue.
Housel, Woodyatt & Co.,
B ' i
This firm have the exclusive sale for this county of the
WRBER, DECKER BROS., WHEELOCK,
ESTEY, AND CAMP & CO.'S PIANOS,
And the ESTEY, WESTERN COTTAGE and FAR
RAND & YOTEY ORGANS.
fcft1 A full line also of Email Magical merchandise. .
Proprietor of the Brady Street
All kitds of Cut Flowers constantly on babd.
Green HoTises Flower Store
One block north of Central Park, the largest in la. 3" Brady Street. Eavenpon. lo-.a.
Sold at Auction
140s ta csi
M. SCHNELL'S ADDdTIOX.
Balance on Time
We are opening' tfle most completa Una of Ilardwara ipaeialtiw evar aflaraa
Island beside our reinlar rock of itapla aad tmfldexa Emivm
and Mechanics' tools.
Poeket, Table ss Kitchen Cutlery,
Nails. Stkex Goodb, Tetwaex, Stoves, Eto.
TBCOAiTI3-ClljuutCook ad Kaca. 71oriU- and WEUe Ho Water ENM
noma dims boimm, ruttw Gtna Proof Flton, SeUMay Ti
Moot Ira work, FlmaMnf, CoppercaUtalnf and Steam 1
BAKER & HOUS-MlAN,
1823"Secona avenue Rock I el at a-
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130 94 S3
to Suit Purchasers.
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