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BURNING OF A BALLOON,
A Wierd Sight Witnessed When the Big Air Ship Chpago Was Destroyed. Lightning Ignites Eacaping Gas and Flames Roll to the Very Sky. yarloeu BUp.le for Life in a surging Bllow of Flame-The Wreok IS Complete. Aeronadt Eugene Godard, the little Frenchman who was to have made an as cension yesterday in the big air ship Chl cago from Cottage Grove avenue and Fifty second street, says the Chicago Herald, is lying upon his bed at 619 Fifty-third street, with his head and hands wrapped in cotton and oil. Aeronaut Pillas-Panis, his com panion from Paris, who was to have taken a flight in the big gas bag to-day, is walk ing around the same house with his arms bandaged to his elbows. The air ship itself was destroyed late Monday night by a flash of lightning, which exploded the escaping gas. Weeks ago a company comeosed of ex Sheriff Matson, E. S. Cragin, George Mor gan and StateSenators Evans and Crawford began making preparations for the flight of a captive balloon every favorable day until the World's fair was over. They leased near ly a block of ground at Fifty-second street, secured the famous captive balloon of the Paris exposition, with its aeronauts, Godard and Piilse-Panis, and made other arrange ments for the introduction of the sport in Chicago. During the past fortnight a score of French balloonists and lake sailors have been at work at the Fifty-second street park getting the great gas bag in shape. It was to have made its first flight on the Fourth of July, but the men who were in flating it were unused to water gas and the work progressed slowly. Over in France coal gas was used, but this gas is much more buoyant than the coal gas of Chicago, and it was therefore deemed wise to use the water gas of Hyde Park, which was light and easy at hand. From great mains the gas poured into meters and thence through a silken hose into the well beneath the balloon. The experiment was, however, unsatisfactory. Unused to the overpowering influence of the stuff, the Frenchmen, who were at work within the balloon, toppled over and had to be borne out into the air. Twelve men were nearly suffocated in one day. One of them was re suscitated with difficulty. The company was impatient. The aeronants were angry. It was evident that the air ship would not be in readiness to leave its anchorage on the Fourth of July. There was a big crowd outside the fence ready to pay the admis sion fee, and, if possible, pay the extra fee for a chance to ride with Godard. But the people were turned away late in the after noon and the work of inflating the bag was resumed. The men toiled laboriously and in great peril of their lives. Inch by inch the immense air ship filled out until Sunday night, when its yellow dome rose far above the trees in the neighborhood. The dimensions were tnon nuxou, ana it was estimated that, when the wicker car 1 was attached, the contrivance would tower 1 ninety feet in the air. Eight thousand t pounds of sand, scores of guy ropes, and an i Inch and a quarter cable wound with a tele phoe wire and securely fastened to the 1 windlass of a steam engine held the balloon t upon its false platform. With good weather t and no mishaps it was expected that the ( ship would get away on Monday. When I Monday same, however, it was found that the rigging of the car could not be made taut and snug before nightfall. Sixteen lake sailors worked with a will at the ropes, but they made little progress as had the Frenchmen in their efforts to inflate the bag, which now contained 150,000 cubic feet of gas,. The little aero nsants stamped around impatiently. Three days had been set for the trial ascension and yet there was poor pros pect of it being made that day. Godard spanked the seven folds of silk, which com posed the air ship, with an air of satisfac tion. 1'illas-Panis tested the engine which was to regulate the flight anddescentof the balloon. The ropes were freshly tarred and the netting covering the bag was as snug and neat fitting as a young woman's boot. All that prevented a test there and then was the fixing of the rigging of the car, which was to haul fifteen persons to the height of 2,000 feet. It was after nightfall when the sailors stopped work and went home. The oar was then ready to be attached to the balloon and it was announqed by the officers of the com pany that the test trip would surely be made the following day if the atmosphericcondi tionsweresatisfactory. Godard never left his air ship except to dinewith hiscompanions. Even after it grew so dark that only the outlines of the gas bag could be seen, the nervous aeronaut was scampering about the false platform testing the ropes and sand bags. His knowledge of the atmospheric disturbances told him that n storm was brewing, and he worked with hands and feet to tighten the guy ropes which were togging away at theposts and nowand then creaking a warning as the growing wind be gan to test the resistance of 150,000 cubic feet of pent up gas. Pillas-Panis, bare headed and whiskered, and coatless as well, hauled and strained at other ropes, and even big Watchman Alphonse Lauviere and Isaae Paterson, an able-bodied seaman, ran to the assistance of the excited aeronauts. The storm grew in vigor every moment. The wind blew a living gale from the north east, and with it clme a torrent of water. Above the toiling aeronauts and their strong comrades was the great balloon swaying ominously, and still farther away were almost incessant flashes of lightning. Of a sudden there canme a terrific broadside of wind and rain. The silken monster ca reened so that its crest was imraled upon the post outside the platform. Godard and Pillne-Penis were fourteen feet beneath its folds, still clinging to the ropes in a wild endeavor to save the ship. Lauviere and Peterson managed to crawl off the plat forim just in time to hear a noise which L'uviere says sounded like scores of steam whistles blowing in concert. The watchman knew what had happened. Crying first in French and then in English he warned Godard and l'illas-Pl'ais and Pete, sun. the seaman, that the balloon had burst. 'the posts had torn a hole in the silken bag and 1511,(0 cubic feet of gas was pouring into the air. Almost before Lauvi ere could utter his last cry there came a flash and a deafening report. A stream of lightning bhad ignited the gas and over an area of half a block there rolled a wave of flame '00 feet in height. Ianuviere, who had not been slinned by the explosion, fell face downward upon the ground, but soon arose and begman to search for his comoradeis. Peterson was hurlod away from the pint r:o,, t was uninjured. Meanwhilo 4,000 }lounds of sand encalsed in green canvas Hags, and which had been Iltlld aloft by the expllosion. fell on all sides. Thev strurk the fence and tore brancilles off t reos and pelted the ground with tlemondous fo ce. '['hrouuh the flames, which soeemed ,to be leaping in to the rain clouds, crept Aeronaut P'illna I'netpi, wtll shreds of blaxzin sitlk elniumg to his clothingi. How lie eceaptl d death heneath the. reat p.as hau he himself do'eis not klow. Iturned upon the neck anid hltcte I rl rm wrist to elbow, ihe brave ft f low in,'hlit d.speritolv in the air o to criover I ior (litirdt, who Wtc a iieiaiortii aind leill:' ini the wreckage oin the pilttforitl. As w red ei was thII I lcAuro of four ien ti ug l'r i iw's in the darkniess and it .torii to hlld n ilnstel r Iballoontenptive, it could Unt ceallitpi 0 wi it i' athe tn that followed when i th ioii)iteteie aIsi!ci! t:,ir t OiOllrierndes e're hat ti ,t 1. I it bIllow of lhltle, which seemeilld Ics i' It lteer ieeld Ill awnv. (hGeni rd liully II)muse uI t, . 111s h1liriii id Iheard were ti ou d e,lT anmid his tsleo 'lltd hinbst were it nila ul blintlerc. ('Crried hby the fierce gale the fiamel swept toward 'itty.third street and threatened the destruction of a row of buildings. The big willow basket which was t hivo qet, attaohed to the balloon hung close to tie tetaoe and in the direct course of theife. Its oanvas canopy was already in a blaze when Godard, almost dead from suffocation and the pain of his injuries, called upon the men to save the car. Watchman Lauviere cut the ropes in the fate of the flames and then the four men seized the basket and dragged it away. Then the firemen from the Forty-sixth street station came. It did not take long for them to extinguish the fire. When they had finished their work they helped Godard into a neighboring house and summoned physicians. The aeronaut was stretched upon a couch in a small, unfurnished loom, and his charred clothing removed as care fully as possible. Plllas-Pania did not go to bed. He paced the floor, wringing his bmn dagsed hands in agony and moaning to him self as he beheld his comrade lying in a stupor and muffled in cotton and linen. Both men will recover. Godard was resting easy last night. He told Pillas-Panis that it was not the first time lightuing had spoiled his plans. Once in Barcelona, Spain, a flash from the clouds destroyed his balloon, but he suffered no in jury then. The wreck in the park is complete. l'he netting of the balloon is not wholly ruined. But the bag itself is gone. Some of its black and ragged bits are a mile away to the south. The grassis scorched, the foliage of the trees in the path of the fire is shriveled, the porches of the houses on Fifty-third street are singed and blistered. Nobody had any fault to ind with the gas. Everybody agreed that the careening of the balloon upon the post had released the hydrogen, and that it had risen until it was ignited by the lightning. The lose will reach $30,000. Suffered Death's Terrors. Michael Moynihan, engineer of the "Phil adelphia Flyer," had a thrilling experience Saturday night, says a Plainfield, N. J, dispatch. His train had just passed the Green Brook tanks, going at a mile a min ute clip, when suddenly there appeared on the track before him around a curve two red lights. They were less than 100 yards away. "The rear of a freight" flashed through his mind as he reversed his engine and waited for the crash. The train rushed by the lights, however, which two bicycle riders had flashed for a joke at the train. Moynihan nearly fainted after the three seconds of terror. Detectives are after the jokers. Death From Kidney Disease Is the unfortunate and untimely ending of thousands of the American people annually. Oregon Kidney Ted is guaranteed to cure all forms of kidney troubles. Take it in time. Sunday Excursion Rates. The Montana Central will sell during the summer tickets from Helena to Alhambra and Boulder and return at one fare for the round trip. Tickets will be on sale Satur days and Sundays and will be good to re turn until the following Monday. B. H. LANGLEY, General Ticket Agent. What a Noted Physician Says. CmIcAGO, Jan. 31, 1888. W. P. Wisdom. Dear Sir-As you requested I have exam ined the formula of your toilet preparation called "Robertine." I can assure yon that the ingredients are both bland and harm less, and that the compound would form an excellent application in irritated condi tions of the skin. Yours truly, AniTr DEAN BEVAN, M. D. 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Imlpnoecy., Syphcil, Gonorrhcese (O}eet, Varicocles. etc. Drs. Liehig & Co. are the only qualified or re spunsible specialiste left in Montana sinen the sew medical law. Office hours from9 to t and 7 to 8 p. m.; or by appointment in obscure or urgent case. CaONSULTATION EltE' . Agency for Dr. leirbig's invigorator at Boom 1. Eiast Breadway, Butte. ] PROFESSIONAL: CARDS. 0 G. DAVIES,. Attorney at Law, Room 5 Ashby block, Helena, Mont. DID F. C. LAWYER, Physician and Surgeon. PSfOIALTEas-Eye, Ear and Throat. Office: 106t4 Broadway. KINSLEY & BLACKFORD.., (J. W. Kinsley-Wm. M. Blackelord) Attorneys at Law. Masonic Temple Bnaioing. Helena, Montana. ArSBURN K. BARBOUR, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Masonic Temple, Helena, Montan . 1AIABSENA BULLARD, Attorney ann Counsellor at Law. Will practice in all courts of record in the etate. Office in Gold block, Helena, Montana. JIZER & KEERL, Civil r.d .LM.iulg Engineers. U. S. DIdputy Iineral Surveyors. Mineral pat. ents secured. Iooms 1241, Atlas building, Hll en.a Montana. )ll. I. ROCKMAN, Physician, Surgeon, Acconoher, Oculist, Aurist Member of San Francisco IMdical Soctery. also Nevada State Medical society. Office on Main street, over bteumnetz Jewelry store. NjOTICE OF APPLICATION TO CUT TIMBER --ln accordaneo with the provision of section 8, roles and regulations trescribed by the honora ble secretary of the iaterior May 5, 1891, 1, the un dersigned, give notire that at the expiration of twen:y-ono days from the first publication of this notice, to make written application to the hotuorble Hcecetary cf the interior for au thority to cut and remove all the merchantabne saw-logs, pine and fir, on the following described nla d, to wit,: Commencing at the northeast corner of section 1, township 1r. north range 4 west; thence east alone the north line to ties Mi sour River; thencs south along the left Irnk of said river to the centre township line; thence west along esid line to the southeast quarter of section 13, township 1:1. north range 4 west; thence north to the place of Iegiunnir. Said land having thereon about O t900, fo.rt of pin and fir tiimber. CAomrlicng t it roinst abshout one mile west from whtere the ntividmro line between Cascade and Meagher counttie crors Belt ('reek; thence south about eight m ile to a point aout oane mile west wiers tiarley ('rock runs into belt c'rrok: thence we.t aIrout six nmrls; thrnecr north sloat eight mtilec t tthe ctiiilii;g line bletweenr e.oth counties named: thehos east to lacr of Lbginning. taid land having thereon about .ytit.OLi lteot p pine and ITr timser. Commencing at tr sroutt easrl quarter corter of sectinn I1. township It worth I ran.;e ;l west, and ronnin' thence east six mioee; thence in a nrithelly dier llen tlhree miles west to northlorst serltion corner" of secti.Rn 1, townshis 14, n orrh rangce . west, and thence south to tho prlarce of hainting, said tract (f laInd ihving theorcon about I.0-trt .0 feelt of Ipine antI fir timber. Also all of cciton I, 2, a, 11. 12 andt I, 0n tows.hin IC n., r. ; w...,aid tracts cf laud h..ving thereon about; t01,000 feet of irtne and tic tilerhcr. Also thrt certain ot'r' tract cmmrncino at tiLe ntrthreast ctrn r orf ct rt o rt, township l1i north rarnge :t e- t.d ar 'ri tln rag theoa.c, c.cst orx iciras; htuIrcr.e sorLth three ctilea; II nrce west to the sotuthleat c.rner if secrtion 12. t tshtrlct, l northl, rangoe weLt' tlhll'e lnorth t)optlc' or be ginni.tg a:d tract of laudcl itavinor therrron abolu t.000.fol) feet of pine and fir tinbc,r. All of said land is uncurvr.yrtd, exceptc whalt is mcrkcd by t.etirlorr cing noun rmin sral. rorgch end ste. and nolt aldapted for agricultural psnrpcre. ncll is locatrrl inltrh counties o I ewls ont Clarke. 'Cascado, arid Meagher, in the state asn Meontans. Lit t'it It LUMBER CO. Cy CIARIt; s EtrcNIon, Manager. First publication, Jone 271. 1891. T L. SMITH, J, Friltt and Transfor L11, iELE.NA, MONTANA. 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AT('IIISON, making connetrtion with the Union Pacific and Atchison. 'lTpeka t& Tanta te railways. ('losre oonnecrtiui imad in Union Diepmot with all trains of the St. Paul. 1lntirl'mio ir & hManiloba, Northeorn I':aitio, it. I'oul A Duluth Railways, from aud to all points North and Northwest. REMEMBER I The trains of the Minneapoli &A St. Louis Rail ways are roopllrOshe of ('toln fotablle Day ('oactr. Magrihenot Pullman leoping (Care, torton ti. olining Chair ('ar-, and our justly ocolbratud PALACE D)INING CAiSd. 150 lbs. of t]aggp~n checked FliiEI. Fare al ways as low as Ilh lowest. hFor Time To 'able, Through 'licket.t etc., call upon the nearcet ticket ageat or write to C. M. 1 A1"ATT, General Pesoongoer antd Ticket Agt.. Miulnueaolis. NOTICE TO CRHEDITOItf--IN T'tIE DIA trirc court of th. 1 ir-t Judicial District of the State of Montana. in and for the county of Lewis sil 'larkt.. InoI ti. toatir ,l thel ostats of .illiam I. 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Montana Central Railway, Gre t Northern Railway, Eastern Ralway of Minnesota, Wilmar and Sioux Falls Railway, Duluth, Watertown & Pacific Ry, T11E GREAT TilROUGil SYSTE ! A esolid trolelgh train of Slo've ri. l)inins (ar. Ia. tohoe and ren t'oloni Slelepers to Minunapllsr. St. P)I ul. Da Ith, \VWest S.ulrior and 5i:x (n ty. (!oo con!ioctiOns for ('hicag,, N;w York. Ioston and all lEaOtern titioe. Until further n:tio Trains will run as follows ARItOIE. AaLL TIAINO DAIILY Alt*tt. 11:00 a. m ...Atlanti Express... 11:10 a. m. 2:10 Is . In. ....P cii c t "s r i . 2:4;: , I n. U:0 IIIc in. .,kit_ s AtIhtle l i. t ,:l O a m. _ leI`Iinr.rr)ea rth-~.- tie·k cl.% timel talbles, 0tI,., at Iep t nad City Ticket Uftict, No. i. North 1_ain etrrt. ('. W,., }ITTR. (ily Ticket Agent. It. It. La.ttLY.. tO. I'. &' Agt.. IO C. Iy. THE RUN Fast TrMin w ith, I Illhain 0N. tiblsl .I DLrawILLLo ltoom Sip hrt: ta tind 'ol hrea ls latest :aleo o , b t e\\ 1 :,,: Ili lw:l a ko. \\Ihi. t I:., Ir Il ~d .i ,t l i I.!,ntm q,+h.. \ l, · i,' t ' Irai-nl, ll Iw ·n a l 10. lli l rl d \ ld Sli i ha iit, tst , :. t ihe:s o al n Miwalk a Lan l l.r t b w, ait <hi 'rthro.It:h: r n \' ,I i , 0 t , l t O taeis: , ..and tel eir0l w eta 1a hon , litc . F*',.ortohoten ;tet .h t r tlh s \ na.l*l lt il. tilts.., ble an is l, h ar :1h rn ItIo , a"ls to al , t the linll, or to tic'kt av+',+:t'. al3wher., inl it.,| Slt'aitiai st~, rs 0 aOh,::. f t I e si'h lai ,:. r.ar 5.t.-anke, Vi,. J. . Jlb ns ra,. 0. .irli IT latt e .M lan ir : t r Pna i, "1ints. ... ., It.narlow, l'rathie Mana: r, I-aitt ka ,; \ .r Lasoui hckat:'in.. a: ((ii t ka.s O c . HEALTH IS W ALTH, TREATME Ihe E. C. West's Nerve and Brain Treatment. - t garntewet i..cifio for llyatelr., I)oziave. Innuolosic., Sits. Nervous Neuralgia, Headache Nervoes Lrostration raisied b' the o e of alcohol or to,th.co, Wakefllness, Mental Dopreveio., . o!bine of the Brain- resulting in insanity and leading to miery, decay atd death, prematre ti)t Ago. larrenrtes, I.o-eof Power in either sex. livolnctary I ,oses and tolrrlzatorrha cauned i h o\f eaxrtion of tire brain. lelf-a.st or oveat indc ulont Each hrue conltainu Itn onth's tmeat. meile ..(11. 1 bolx. IC ix b)oxeBs for 55.00 seat hy nmail proltaid ou receilpt of price. WE GUARANTEE SIX BOTTLES To oort noy case. With Path order received h ue f,.r six boi.s, alc iraciotld with $.5.0h. we wtll sed til the Flriha- ltr wrwitten goarantee to re fltlt thc metloY if te.n treatment does not effac sctur.. ,cratnnte. ieiti only by It. M Par ahen &l Co., drutggiats, eole agestt, Helena. Moat $500 REWARD I We witi pay the .lvo reward for any case dt Liver C2,cjtlain. I).tepD ia. rick hIIMache. i In diot'etion, tonitttpttont or ('lovtivct0 we eanreo o r* wt ih \Wect's \Vrtttle lIiver AilI, when the di ",'tiins aire strhitly comnplied with. The7 ar. tigtel) \,'.etalhlh and never tail to give tatenfa" tIo, Sttgctr ('oated LArge boxes, oonta\ingt 3 0Pills. 21 'crt.. Ihwert of ro. eterfeits ald tl st ,of. Ttle geut.;., mntllfleiturled os.l t. II ii (I. \WEHit ('ttitANY, Chiona.II. U, II 'tier. tiarn ii (:o . druggiats. hel.na. To Chicazo in Loss than l4HMor SNORTHWESTERN LINE 0, St, P, I, &O, .Ry C & N,-W. Ry, The Shortest and Best Line From St. Paul to Chicago, Sioux City and Omaha. T t, only lis rInniInIc :a1' ite l'ae.nengor Tralns ii h,.:" thlait 14 hoIrs I,,twt.n St. tait and ('tid t r t., :edl vw!,tlrii tiur i i quicik, trains do not it to tu tl a t, hrlettlroittt of tdored to makce 1thtr tlli, A.. il o r linen, beoauae this line is s!:ottr th;nt nay olii r lire,. " lI'i, I'tlltintl nid \'Ihtitr Veetibuled LiLt-. el." havinti ht. I attl at 4:I0 P. fi, makee the trIp I, ('hillro in t't, hIoure, retrining in 11 hoolr, ,'tid ru' llliltdtrs. tlih It.tl:tit Ixltrties,' lerving nt. l'Pant at i'.d. ,. II . ,e,,. lh, tripto thitigo Ii. 15 hours alt,l .;i iinrtll., roturuinog it 1I hreiuread i '1'ht, is th, onlyt line by which connecton ares ns r-,l Il i('h.ira. with ill flnt lill trains from ('lir,,g,,i ticterast rand asoth in the morning atil at hh.lih i. ,s, *c tm'tiin. ar., inite at it. Pat. witt N..Iirlti cit cailtl. Ian tiiat Northern trallns her[ rti. ttr itnis frddr1. fi . r Iiplty tO ('. I . 'I'INLtNi. (tela.ral Agent. tiiley Itllt,. No :Ii N. Main Hlt., Ielea. Mouat. ol,,. 1.,. A,,nt. St. l'Sul. Misn.