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Thirteen Persons Burned to Death-- List of the Victims. New York, August 3.—Thirteen per sons were burned to death in the six-story brick building in the rear of 197 Bowery this afternoon Six more are burned so that they will probably die. They were removed to various hospitals. The bouse was a ramshackle aûair, hidden in the middle ol the block, the only entrance to it being a narrow alleyway from Bowery. In this cage of a building lived about 150 people. Each of the six lioors was occu pied by a single family, the head of which was a tailor who made the clothing tor the cheap wholesale clothing houses, and em ployed from fiitetn to twenty womeD. men and children in addition to his own larnily, in making up clothing. They were all Polish Jews, and were employed worked and slept in crowded rooms of the burning tenament. About 1:15 o'clock this afternoon, while all the occupants of the building were busily en gaged at work in the closing hours pre ceeding their Sabbath eve., liâmes broke out on the lower floor. The lire had, when discovered, already gained such headway that it was in full possession of the stair wax and escape by it seemed impossible. Many of the frightened inmates rushed down through the flames and into the narrow court, with clothes ablaze and hands and bodies burned. Six of them were so severely burned that they were taken to the hos pital and may die. There were fire es capes on the front and rear of the build ing. perpendicular ladders running down the buildiDg, but before any of the inmates had time to escape by them the flames had ascended through the house and were reaching the front windows, so that de -cent by the fire escapes was impossible. One man, already half burned to death, leaped from the fifth story window and fell, a mangled mass of flesh, into a little court yard. Others jumped from second story windows and escaped with bruises. The enormous crowds that had gathered shrank with dread and sympathy as some of the wounded shrieked and others groaned with pain ; then others feebly moaned out in anguish. One poor woman lay upon her back in a little store in the Bowery with not only lier clothing but the hair of her head burned off. It seemed as if she must be • lead, but a slight upheaval of her bosom told that life still remained. She was un conscious, and the surgeon said she would not live to reach the hospital. Another young girl was delirious with pain. She was not so badly burned as the others, but in a mad jump from one of the windows she had received internal injuries aDd also cut a terrible gash in the side of her head, from which the bicod rushed forth, giving her a ghostly appearance Shi raved,screamed and had to be held by two men while her wounds were being dressed. A correct list of killed so far as ascer tained up to midnight is given herewith: Gruft, Adele, aged 28, with her new born babe, burned to death. Gruft, Joseph, 7 years, burned to death. Gruft, Cecela, 1 years, burned to death. Tatoph, Philip. 23 years, billed by jump ing from 6th story. Henry Schwartz, tailor, suffocated on the fourth lloor. A woman unknown at the morgue burned beyond recognition. Abram Schneider, 36 years, burnel to death. Solomon NVeinberg, bnrned almost he yond recognition. Ten men at morgue burnel beyond re cognition. The injured are : Michael and Harris Ruebonhoff, father and son. The former will recover, but the latter will die. These two were reported missing in the early report. Spennett Asiara, a Russian tailor 27 years old, was severely burned and will die. Rothman Cernard, a Russian traveler, 22 years old, married, seriously burned. Ruenholf Nicholas, a Pole, tailor, 29 years old, single, seriously burned about the body. Sarah, Tailoress, single, 19 years old, seriously burned, likely to die. Frank, Ida, Russian tailoress. single fracture of the skull from a fall, and is likely to die. Norisky, Abraham, Russian tailor, slightly injured by a fall. Maypostic, Edward, Russian tailor, in jured about the limbs by jumping from the third story. New York, Angust 4—Three more bodies have been found in the burned Bowery tenement—one woman and two men. The remains were unrecognizable. Showman Kobinson Dead. Cincinnati, August 4.—John Robinson, the veteran showman, died this morning, aged 80 years. He spent almost his whole life in the management of circuses. He has been succeeded by his sons the past few years. He amassed a large fortune. WHAT tlf .nurrvn f BACK ACHE, Jß Warner s bladder troubles, " RHEUMATISM, PSAFE CURE^I"; CURE «5 NERVOUSNESS, OUKtö llC ES l. M / There is no doubt of this ffroat remedy's potency. 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The minority report says the hearings were held with closed doors and in Washington, more than a thousand miles from the locality of transaction, hence the members of the committee had no opportunity of examining the great mass of witnesses who were on the ground. The report follows every detail under in vestigation. It8ays: "This conspiracy of McGowan and Baldwin to eliminate the negro vote and to secure the co-operation of the committee of one hundred is re aggressive of the methods by which those Southern outrages are manufactured for political purposes." It declares that Bald win stands impeached as utterly unworthy of credit. It finds evidence against Fed eral officials inculcated by the majority as unimportant, untrustworthy and illegal. It is not shown, the minority says, that any one of the Federal officers incrimi nated by the committee did a single illegal act or aided or advisad the doing of such. The report is signed by Senators Pagh, Coke, Vest and George. MELBOURNE CENiTENNARY. Grand Opening of the Exhibition. Melbourne, August 1—Governor Leach opened the centennary exhibition to-day amid great pomp ami display. Salates were fired from the batteries and a pro cession marched through the streets head ed by the naval brigade, rifles, artillery and militia, followed by fire brigades and trades associations. Seven thousand peo ple assembled within the exhibition build ing to witness the ceremonies. The Avenue of Nations, 1,350 yards long, was lined with troops and seamui from the imperial fleet. The Governor entered the north door of the hall and was received by ihe president and executive committee of the exhibition and was conducted to the dais, before which the members of the Austrian ministry, superior court and h'giier officers of the government wer* grouped. The Governor then declared the exhibition opened. The national hymn was sung by a choir of 800 voices, accompanied by an orchestra of 100 players. Tms was fol lowed by the ual ional hymns of America, France, Germany aud Austria. PARNELL COMMISSION. The Times' Charges Pronounced a Forgery. Indianapolis, August 1.—Patrick Egan, ex-president of the Irish National League, speaking of the Paraell commis sion, expressed himself willing to meet any fair and impartial judicial investigation. He unhesitatingly declared that the letters published by the London Times were for geries. Regarding the ^charge made by Parnell in the Commons Tuesday night against Joseph Chamberlain, Egan said he knew during the whole time that Cham berlain was communicating cabinet secrets to the Irish party. Chamberlain's object was to undermine Gladstone. More than that Chamberlain tried to undermine Par nell and himself in order to induce other Irish leaders to come forward and split the party. Chamberlain has been the worst traitor to the English party it ever had. He has been a traitor to every party to which he belonged and to every principle. RAILROAD AFFAIRS. Northern Pacific Agreement With the Manitoba Government. Winnipeg, August 1.—The terms of agreement between the Northern Pacific and Manitoba government were made pub lic to-day. The Northern Pacific agrees to boild this year an extension to Portage, and next year to continue the line to Brandon. No arrangements are made as to branch lines or extensions. The agree ment provides for the maintenance of max imum rates from the province to Duluth on wheat and certain other classes of freight. This rate is considerably lower than the Canadian Pacific rate from Win nipeg to Port Arthur. The agreement also distinctly stipulates that the Northern Pacific shall not enter into any pooling arrangements with the Canadian Pacific. Severe Storm at Chicago. Chicago, August 2—The storm which passed over the city this evening was the severest of the season. Numerous trees on the boulevards were blown down, but no serious damage occurred in the city proper. In the southwestern suburbs the havoc was greater. The bam at the stock yards was struck by lightning and caught fire, burning twenty horses. Loss, $1,500. A rumor was afloat that a pleasure yacht had been lost in the lake off Hyde Park, but the report could not be verified. The La selle-street tunnel under the Chicago river filled with water to a depth of six feet, and travel was impeded till the water was pumped out. In Lakeview a boy was struck by lightning and instantly killed. Two houses were also struck hy lightning and demolished. Terrific Storm. Minneapolis, August 2. —Specials from St. Clond and Sauk Rapids, Minn., state that the most terriffic thunder storm oc enred last night and torrents of rain fell from 10 p. m. until 4 this morning. The water in the Mississippi river rose a foot and at the St. Cloud dam eight feet. Many houses were struck by lightning, but fortunately there was no loss of life and no fires. Whole fields of wheat are under water and some are entirely washed out. Two persons were struck by lightning at Sauk Rapids, bat recovered. Many houses are flooded and can only be reached by boats. The damage will be many tboasand dollars. Three passenger trains on the Manitoba road are in the yards at St Clond unable to proceed. Terrible Storms. Duluth, Minn., August 3—Two sepa rate storms of rain, bail, thunder aud lightning visited Duluth last evening with in a few moments of each other. Daring two hours the rain was the heaviest ever known here. Several houses were struck by lightning, bat no one was injured. A policeman and five men standing on a corner watching the flood were knocked down by lightning, bat recovered. Up wards of fifty firms suffered loss through flooded stores and basements. The electric light station was flooded and the lights all over the city went ont. Washouts of sewers, sidewalks and cross-walks extend all over the city. In various places tele eraDh and telephone wires were badly broke a and mixed, and the wbortjrt and road tracks were undermined and car ried awa y. _ , - - Killed by Lightning. HA7XBW00D, Minn., 3 nine struck the house of Lawrence mc Laughlin daring last night's storm, killing .a McLaughlin. GOVERN JIENT TIMBER LANDS. Suit to be Instituted Against Mining Companies. Washington, August 3.—Land Com misioner Stockslager in a letter to the sec retary of the interior has recommended that the attorney general be instructed to institute civil suit against the Eureka Con solidated Mining Company, operating in Nevada, to recover $3,670,741. This sum, it is alleged, represents the value of the char coal and cord wood manufactured from cedar, pine and mahogany timber unlaw fully cut from public mineral lands in Nevada, by or with the guilty knowledge of the Eureka company, criminal recom mended against by Henry Donnelly, super intendent of the company's mines. These recommendations are made upon the report by a special agent, George D. Temple, who has just concluded his investigation of the alleged timber depredatiens in Ne vada. The principal office of the Eureka Consolidated Mining Company is in San Francisco. The commissioner admits it was lawful to cut timber from public min eral lands for mining purposes hut asserts that the company has violated the law respecting the protection ot young trees and has ignored cer ain rules prescribed by the general land office. Hence he recom mends the suits as starid. Chief Justice Fuller. Washington, July 2.—Chief Justice Fuller w ill not take the oath of office until the reassembling of the Supreme Court in October. WEIOW? PURE «•PRICE'S CREAM baking perfect Its superior excellence proven In millions ol homes for more than a quarter of a century. It Is used by the United States Government. Endorsed by the heads of the Great Universities as the strongest, purest, and most Healthful. 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Sealed pamphlet4c. itamn The Senden Electric Co. 169 LaSalle at., Chicago Great English Remedy. Murray's Specific. A guaranteed cure for »11 ^nervous ÆÊfllÿ diseases,such as Weak Memory, ▼Ï f O'** of Drain Power, Hysteria, éTh? Beadeche. Pain In tbe Baek, Her v* mis ProNt ration. Wakeful. iBxroBXJne»», Lencorrhœa, Universel Lassitude, Seminal Weakness, Impo tency anr general loss of power of the Generative Organs,—in either Sex, caused by Indiscretion or over exertion, and whfch ultimately lead to Premature Old Age, Insanity snd Consumption, 81.00 a box or six bo .es for 85.00. Sent by mail on re ceipt of price. Full particulars in pam phlet, sent free to every applicant. We Uuarrantee Mix Boxes [attkr] to cure any case. For every 85.00 order received, we send tlx boxes, with written guarantee to re fund the money if our Specific does not effect a cure. Addiess all communications to the Sole Manufacturers, THE MURRAY MEDICINE CO..Kansas City,Mo ÄF'Sold iu Helena by H. M. PARC ri EN A CO., Sole A gente. ____ d*w-sep26 LEGAL BLANKS. FOR THE USE OF LAWYERS, JUSTICES OF THE PEACE, CONVEYAN CERS, SURVEYORS, AGENTS, OWERS AND LESSOR" OF REAL ESTATE, ETC. (CUT THIS OUT FOR REFERENCE.) THE HERALD has lu stock the following blanks. They are neatly printed ou good paper, with red ruling for a border. The forms have beer carefully prepared by a lawyer, are in con \»rmity with the statutes of the Territory, and are applicable to any county in Montana. DISTRICT CO CRT BLANKS. Per do*. Per 100 Notice of Appeal.........................50 83 Ol Undertaking on Appeal............ .50 .?<);) Aff. ord. and notice for wit....... . .75 4 03 Subpoena.....................................35 2 00 Summons................................... .50 3 00 Und. on claim and delivery....... .50 3 00 Writ of attachment............... .. . .50 3 00 Und. on attachment...................50 3 00 Affidavit for attachment.............50 3 00 Aff. publication summnos....... . .75 4 00 Ord. publication summons..........50 8 00 Deposition...................................75 4 00 Execution....................................35 2 00 Summons for j uror................... .35 2 00 JUSTICES COURT BLANKS. Warrant of arrest.......................50 3 00 Writ of attachment................... .35 2 00 Und. on attachment........... 35 2 00 Affidavit for attachment..... . ......50 3 oo Subprena.....................................35 2 00 Summons.....................................35 2 00 Summons for juror......................35 2 00 REAL ESTATE BLANKS; Bond for deed........................... .75 4 00 Quit claim deed........................ .75 4 00 Warranty deed...........................75 4 00 Bargain and sale deed.................75 4 00 Lease...........................................50 3 00 Mortgage .................................- .75 4 00 Assignment of mortgage.......... .75 4 00 Mechanics lein............................75 4 00 MINING BLANKS. Notice of location (quartz)....... .50 8 00 Deed of mining claim...............- .75 4 00 Application for patent.................50 3 00 Water Right ivocation................50 3 00 Lode Representation..................50 3 00 Placer Location...........................50 3 00 MICELLANEOUS BLANKS. Sheriff sale..................................50 3 00 Bounty certificate (wild animals) .50 3 00 Certificate of Incorporation......- .75 4 00 Bond........... .50 3 00 Acknowledgements.................. .35 2 00 Chattel mortgage........................75 4 00 Bill of sale.............. 75 4 00 Power of attorney............... .50 3 00 A discount of ten per cent, made on orders amounting to 85. ana twenty-five per cent, on orders amounting to 810 or over. Postage prepaid on all orders. Special forms of any blanks made to order at low prioes. Check and money orders to be made payable to FISK BROS., Helena, Mont.