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T1IE3 TIMES EOUNDHD 1886.
THE DISPA-CH EOUNDEE) 1850. WHOLE OTMBIDR 17,536, KN'IIMONI), VA., tfATL'f-MhAY. APRIL 20, 11)07. PKICK TWO CENTS. KEEPS ITS DEAD ScarchcrsDnigStrcamAIl Day for Girl and Boy Lovcrs MEN AND WOMEN LINETHESHORES Suspensc Telling on Relatives of Young People?Scarch Will Be Rcsumed To-Day and the River Will Be Dragged for Tavo Miles. lSr'"-ml l')Th?- Tlinr-s-lil?p?ir*ti 1 CLIFTON FOROE), VA., Aprll .1,9.?Oo Bpite the .-enr.-h thnt bun been k"pt up for th- bodies nf Mlss Mabel Pendleton nml Stuart Guy. who rriet their death Jiere yeiilerdny In n traglc raanner, ih<> rlver Into whlcll tho glrl threrw herself nnd the iiiiin Icaped tu savo her, rcfiises to glve up its dead. An Inereased for. ?? of men have worked nll of to-dny, and tlm bed of tlie stream hns he.-n carefully yaken for u eonslderablo dtstanca wltli oiii result*. H ls generally belleved tlmt tlie bodies nro lurtln-r down the stream than had been covered by the searchers, but cxperlenccd men l.nld t> the oplnlon tliat tho young mnn nnd woman are not fnr fr'ini whero lli'-y wero lant s-- -n. So urent lius been the grlof nf tho Irnmedl ntu relatives thnt it lias been ucceasary ln Romc cases t>> call ln a physlcian, lt waa glven out at one of the strlckcn homes Jnte to-dny timt unlem the bodies were *.>i.n recovered li wns feared on>* r.f tbe uricf-strichen ladles would lost her mlnd. 'ri.? v.ork of rescue wns wltncssed 1.*.- even n largcr crowd than yesterday rvotwlthstandlng the weather has been hln* wlnt.-r. At all hours of tln- day tln- bank.s of the river have been llned ?witli men, women nnd clilldren, Ai one llmc ono of, tho searchcrg had hi? liook to come in contact wlth sotno object ln the river, niui for a time j. was thought ho would bring on<* of the bodies to tlu- surfiire. Tli.* iii-.-l 0. nt caused n rlpple of excltcmcnt, 1. .t it soon proved to be n falsc alnrm. What Chicf Says. Chlef >.f police Horhbarger. who, at tho request nf thf young lady'a slster*. was al t;,.- train to seo that the coupl. Rlighted, says that liad h- thought Jnr .1 moment ti.*.* gi.-l contemplated suiclde ho would have cscortod tlon. lio-n- and ii.-roi. ? tbe wagon lirlilg- . .v. hi.-h I* n <;??.. i - ,i itnii tnre. Al i. o'clock this evenlng tho S'-u.u ers surronrtcred untll ln tb.i- morning. when dynainite wlll agaln be used nnd t J j ? ? bed of tlie rlver scrapnd from Jicre to iron Gate, two mllcn below. Thla mornlng five or six boal.i wlth from tWO to three men (0 n boat workCd unceasingly to make some dlscovery. Shortly after noon a rope wns sirotched across the river nnd the sev? eral boats tled to it, and with a iiiiin ber of mcn on either end of tlie boats were sjowly let down the stream. whllo the orctipnnts wlth their long books dragged tho be.l of tlie rlver. Tliis was started Just about ?where ono of th" bodies wns last seen. aml will contlnue down tho stream for a mllu or two.' Thero has been somo crltlclsm of tho Staunton offlccr utopplng Mr. Gay and Miss Pendleton. They had boen gullty of no crime; liad n, lojrul pass to AVawhlngton, and the .Stuunton offl cer, without a warrant or recjuest from nn oflii-er In thls city or nutliorlty from the parents of olther person held these . unfortunnto porHons until the arrlval of a weslbound train, and sent them back lierc. CAMPAIGN FUNDS OUT OF TREASURY President Said to Have Plan to Restrict Expenses and Charge to Government. CSpoclal to The Tlme?.Dispatoli,l AYASUINGTON, D. ('., April 1!*.?To hnve tho proper aml legltlmato ev pensos of natlonal campalgus puid from the natlonal treasury for the different politlcal partles, and to per ililt In preslilential campalgns only a closely llmlted uso of niouey other thun that drawn from the public funds, Is the striking projoct wiilch tho President ls said to have in hls mlnd as n means of purifylng national poli? tics and proventing Improper use of mnncy drawn from hiipropor sourcos. It would be requlred, ot courso, that Kll money shouhl bu carefully account ed for. vouohei-B should bo taken nnd carefully niirtltod nml tbe purposo for wbhli It could bo used would bo llmlted to spenklng, lltorature and or ganizatlon. It is undorstood tliat the amount made uvailnble from tlio pub? lic treasury would be apportloned smong tho partlos nn some such hasla ss tho relativo votes poi loti at tho last procetliiiK liko election. ? i OKLAHOMA CONSTITUTION |.S FINALLY ADOPTED GUTIUMK, OICLA., Aprll lii.?Wlthout i (lisaentlug voto. but wlth twonly-soyeh of tho olgllty-Ilvo dologatcs present not votlng, the Constltutlon fnr tho proiiosed Stato of Oklahonia, fniliied liy tlie oon voullon, whloh has been In session nearly llvo months, waa adopted to-day. Only ono of tho twelvo Itepublicau mcinbers, Delcguto Cloud, an Indian clorgynian, saw tlie linish. President Miirruy gigncti tho ?hcopsltin copy of tlio Constllutiuii Wlth an alfull'a pen, BIG FIRE RESULTS FROMJN EXPLOSION BT. LOUIri. MO? Aprll 19.? An explo ?lon of Kttsolone tu-ilny lu tho gaiugo Of tho MIsslSHlppl A'alley Aiitoinobllo C'ortipany, aL Van do VOntor aml Olivo BtreotK, ouin-od $225,000 datnugo by flre), Tlu- Ufinios OXtolldOll IIQI'OSH thn sllvot lo tlio i'eiili*al Auliiiiiobilo lixiilllintro gara j-vo. iliilh Ijulhlliigs uiul nbout lmi UltoiiloblloH woro deslni,ve<l. A. isorles of oxploslons followeil, nnd ?very wliulow lu thu iiulgliborhoua \vuh IDLEWOOD, RICHMOND'S PLEASURE RESORT, WHERE FIRE RAGED LAST NIGHT FIRE AND QUAKE WORK HA VOC IN PHIL1PPINES o? T.own of Tliolo Burned, 20,000 Homeless and Luzon Shaken. SHOCK IS FELT IN CHARLESTON Very Slight and Few People Aroused, but Great Disaster of Twenty-One Years Ago Recalled?Dis turbances in Other Sections. OltV.N. Al.liKItlAS, April 1!)._ A IflcKriini received here from Stoiilugmncni nii.vm ii Hcvere curllt qillikc .sliock wuh felt lu tlmt ri? glon ill lli-IO o'l-lock. tii-nlglit. Thc niessiiKc iniikcN no iiieutiuu ol' eaiisua'tlcH or danuige. MANILA. P. 1., Aprll 19.?Tlio town of UIolo, Ishind of Panny, xvun to tally destroyed by flre thlg morning, wlth tho result that twenty thous?id porsons are homeless. As tlils dls? patch ls filed the conflagratlon ls stlll raging. Owlng to tho heavy wind blowlng, it is heyorul control. Tho clvll nml mllltary authbrltlos aro dolng everything possible to check tho fhunes nnd asslst the suffcrers. No estitiiato has hoon mnde of tlie amount of dam. ago dono and no Octalls of tho firo are ohtainahle, owlng to communlca tlon with lliolo belng serlously nf fected. lliolo ls tlio capital of the Island of Punny, loeated 011 tho east const. Thn port, which ls tho second in Importanco in tho Philippln.es, next to Manila, lr, thc centro of tho sugar oxport trade. Severe Earthquake Shock. MANILA, Aprll l!).?Reports havn been rocolVed from Snulh l^uxon of n severo oarthqualco in tho town of Nucva Cacoros; capital of thc prbylnce of Arlboa Cnntarliios, nnd also at Tuyabas, In North Luzon. Tbo de Structipn of hulldiiigs ls reported, hut so fnr tliore Is no mentlon of uny loss of life. II. is feared that conmutnieatlon hy wlre han been nffootod. A lrenibl,> wns oxporlenced ut Manila, wlth Intornilt tent shocks for thro0 hours, thls niorn Ing. Throo of tho shoeus woro severo, but Iho niajorliy of tho others were sciit'eoly percoptlblo. SLIGHT SHOCK AT CHARLESTON People Awakened in Early Morn ing and Greatly Excited, but No Damage Done. CIIAKLKSTON, S. C? April tll.?-A slight ouvthqunkc shock was felt lu Chnrloston und SiliiiltierWHei ut :\:2i\ o'clock thls inorning. ln. tlio lultei pliieo lt wus snld thut dlshos rultlod (Cuatlnuvd ou Socoml l'ugvj, MINISTER IN JAIL Peculiarlyj Pathctic Case in Char lottesville?Wife Tells Story of Husband's Cruelty. "THE MATTER TOO DELICATE" .So Says Preacher, After Spending Night iu Jai!, When Asked for Statement. CMAKLOTTF.SVILLE, VA., April 19.? Rev. Ilervey J. Seaman, of thls clty, a well-linown minister of the Christian de homlnatlon, was commlttcl lo the clty jall last ovenlng by Justice rtohcrt AVat son tipou his failure to furnish bond in the Himi of 3500 to keep the peace. Hov. Mr. Seaman. who ls pastor of sev? eral churches in udjointng counties, wns arrested on tbe complalnt of his Wife that ho assaulted her. No more pathetlc sight wns ever seon ln a police court than this mlddlo'-nged minister of the gospel und his wife, who together had travoled half of lIfo*S Journey, standing before the polico court crowd and tclllng the story of un happy weddod llfe. Mrs. Seaman stoted that she was afrald for her llf>>, and swore out the warranl in the hcllcf that her husband would take her life, us sho sald hu had frequontly tlneatened. Her story cuhninated ln tho statement that hor husband had subjected hor lu degradation by spitting ln her face. Itev. Alr. Seamnn's account of tho do inestic troublo kading to his arrest con talued tho statement thut ho had used only such means of cp'rrection In his fam? ily ns he deemed necessary. Justlco Watson, after hearlng tlie evl? denco ln tho case, placod tlie husband undor $500 peace bond, whleh he wns nn ablo to glvo yesterday, and cousciiuently spent the night ln a ooll. When asked this morning if ho hud nny statement to muke, Mr. Soainitn sald lt was a mattoi loo delleato lo discuss for publication. After a night ln the coll he sho wed no 111 effccls, nnd presdnted the samo dlg lilfied nppcurnncb whlch tho public hns como tu ussoclutc wlth him ln his itiiuis totlal work. .Mr. und Mrs. Scanmn havo lived lu Charluttesvillo for "n ' number of yenrs. Mrs, Seaman was Miss l.uey Wuliors, cliiughler of tho Into William Wnltcrs, und nloce of tho lato .lohn L. Waltors, (Uic-lliiio tivnsiiior of I'hailiitlcsvillc. PRESS ASS0CIATI0NS MAY COME TO RICHMOND Tho Chaiuber of Connuoreo speehil comuilttee on eonvontious, whoso IiiihI ness ls to look nfter conventlnns thnt mny he brought to IClchinond this your, will hold nn Important seswlon at tho Chtnnbor *t 4;,10 o'clouk thls afternoon. Thu coiniiiitlee |s ui-miiglug to bring tho Nallnnal und Stato 1'iess Assoclu t ious to Klchuiond to BpoTfd u day or two ufter thoir big iiieoUngs ut tho JlllliestQWn K.NPOSlUoll. TO WED ON DAY SHE CELEBRATES HER CENTENERY Miss Rose McGuire to Become Bride of Mr. Bundren, Lover in Youth, Now 101. ST. J.Ol'IS, Aprll 11>.?Amioiincement was mnde that John B. Bundren, who ou April ist was one hundred and one years old. wlll bo united in marrlago to Miss Rose .McGuire on her one-hundredtli birthday, August *.'?;, 1H07, on Mr*. Bun dren's estate, near Tatesllle, to-nlgbt. Bundren and Mlsa McGuire wevo awect hearts lu Tennessee in their vouth, b.:t nelther has been married. Miss McGuire!.' parents would not. let her marry Bun? dren in youth aml took her to England lo llve. Bundren went to Callfornla aud iiocumulated conslderablo wotiltli. Ih returned to Tennessee and bought his birthpluce near Tatcsvllle. He dccided u> hold a reunlon of old friends on hls estate thls year, and sent out numerou:; Invltations, lnclu'djng lils old sweotheart. CorrespondVnce followed and ho rehcwed his offer of marriago and was accepted. The date' for tlie weihling and the reunlon of frlends was then set for August 2Gth, so as to comblne tlie brlde's ono-him dredtll birthday annlversary and hor en? try Into matrimony. Bundren has long- whlte liair and a flowlng whlto beard. He does not smoko or drink. ln June ho will go to Preston, l-nncashlre, Englnnd, to escort hls ln? tended brldo to hi.s Teiinossec estato for tho weddlng. SOCIETY LEADER DRIVES A COACH Springs on Box at Wedding and Drives Bridal Couple to Their Home. ISpoclalto TlieTlmes-Dispateli.l * HAYONNK, X. -I.. April lll.?A stlr was caused on Avenuo C hero by a handsomo woman nttirod lu a stun nlrig gown. who drove a toam of smart horses atttiched tn a conoh In which were a nowly-marrled couple. The woman on Iho box was Mrs. Mary Gorman, ono of tho guests at tho-wedding: of Mrs, Margaret O'Nelll, ol' Tllu.sville, I'a.nl .lohn Kor.r, of Bayoiino. TJie eereinony was porforni od- in St. Mary's Koinnn Cnthulk* Cliurch. Wlien tln- brldo aml brldegriioiu had ontored tii.'li- cari'lages, the drlyor was about to sturt for the home of Mrs, Sarah Conway, a sistor of tlie brldo; Mrs. liormun sprnng to the drlvoi'-'s .sent nml took tlie relus. Mrs. Uormaii sniippeU the wlilp. and away wont the ooaoh. Al Mrs. Conway'a house, Mrs. Goi'iiiitn nlinlily sprang to the groiuul, lllld during tho !'. i-tlvitios was eon Kiutulaled upon her sklll us a drlver. VIRGINIAN DIES FROM TRIMMI-NG HIS CORNS LS|i.-i*ial lo The Tlnioa-Dlspatch. | ST, l.OI'IS. MO., Aprll lll.?|i|s. patches to-day troiu Bellovllh-, 111,, luiiiounri* Ui.. doath thoro yoslerdav uf Alburt Neuhillng, agod sixty-iivo yi-:u-< who s.-i veil throughout tln* CIvl] Wm* in Compuuy M, i*'irst Vjrglnla ('Hvnli-j. Sovoral daya ago hls loft Ifg wa!' niiipiilitle.i. UiMiltad eontra.-t.-il hlood poisouing froiii H. sllghl out ln his toe. wllloll ho-luid itifllctcd whllo ti'lmming iiis cuVusi GIMBEL CUTS THROAT, WILL PROBABLY DIE -t?o ENDS HER UFE BV Miss Tomlinson, of Concord, Coni mits Suicide in Boston by Jumping Out of llotel. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HEALER Brother of One of Dcfendants in the Eddy Suit and Formerly a Reader. BOSTON, Aprll 19.?Miss Mary K. Tomlinson, of Concord, X. 11., com mitted sulclde hero to-day by jumping from a window in an upper story of the Parkor House. Tho womiin dled iu the hotel offlce a few moments after her leap. Miss Tomlinson came to Boston yos? terday morning. Soon after alightinp from the Concord traln at tho North Unlon Statlon, sho appeared at the apartrnents of Mrs. Ida Borknian, at No. H5 Barton Stroet, Iri the west end section of the city. "When Mrs Berk? nian. to whom sho was a, strangor, asked hor what sho wanted, sho re plied thnt sho was looklng for a drink of water. A iew moments Inter sho preteiided to bo denf and duinb, and neted strangely ln other rospocts. lt was necessary to stimmnn tho police to eject her from thc npartnionts. Sho wns tnkon to tho rellef hospital, whore it wns sald she was sufferlng from iiystcrla. I.ator she went to the Parkor: House. Nothing moro was heard of her untll hor body was found to-dny on tho sldewulk. Miss Tqjiilllisotl was a slster ol" Irvlng C Tomlinson, ono of tho renders of the ? 'hiistlan Sclonce Church, antl one of the de/endants ln the sult pondlng for an accounting of tlm proporty of Mrs. Maiv Baker C. Eddy. Was Reader and Healer. coNCOiui. N. II.. Aprll 10.?Friends nf Miss Mary 10. Tomlinson, wl'.o killed herself by jumping fnuu a hotol window in Boston to-duy, woro grently suiprlsed to henr nf hor net. Miss Toir.llnson, up lo a yenr ago, wns second render lu tho Concord Christian Sclcnce Church. When tlio term of her brother, Hev, Irvlng C. Tonilluson, im llrst reader oxplred, she also rotired from her position. Klnco thou Sho hns hoen actlvo as a .icaler, fciho wns thlrty-llve yenrs oC ago, and ls sur? vlved by four brothers. HEIRS OF A PRIEST BRING SUIT AGAINST POPE UOMK, April 111.?Tho helrs of tho lato h'alhef Murlollo Mnssuivutt hnve lii-ought u law SUlt ngnlnst tlm Popo. sorvitig papors upon Cardlnul Monv del Val, the pupul secrelury of slute, as his roryjesdntut've, They . clnlm part of lils I'ortiine. most-ol" which wns dorlved i (lot l lo un American Found in Hoboken Hotel Unconscious, With Throat Gashed. PIECES OF CxLASS USED FOR DEED Registered.Under Assumed Name and Evidently Broke Pitcher to Get Glass With Which to End Life?Was to Have Had Hear ing To-Day. NEW YOHK, Aprll lll.?Benedlct Girnbcl, the wealthy Phlladelphia mer? ehant, who wns arrested ln this clly yesterday on tlio doublo charge of e.\ erltng an lrriproper Influence over Ivtr Clark, a slkteen-yoar-pld youth, and at loir.pting brlbery of tho county dete>.; tives wlio mado the arrest, lios to rught in St. Mary's Hospital, Hoboken, N. J., unconscious from wounds be lleved by tho police to havo been selC inlllcted. Jt ls thought that hls in jurlos wlll prove fntal. Bleedlng from gnshes from hls throat nnd sovored artvirlos iu both wrists, Gimbel was found at 7 o'clock to night ln u room which he had eiigageii tho nlght before at thu Palaco Ilotol, in flobpkon. Ilo was unconscious front loss of blood when ho was removed tc the hospital, where nu oxumlnatlon oi his offects niado certaln hls Idontlty. Cut With Broken Glass. Late liist night Glmbol wus releasotl from the Tombs undor Sti.ouo bond. lt npiii-ars thnt linmediutoly followlng hls relenso Glmbol orossed on a fcrry to Hoboken, an.l went to tho Pnlnce Hotol, reglsterlng thevo as Wllson I l.-ldge, of Tivnton. N, J. Ho wns asslgnod to a room on tho second floor, nml a half hour later ordered a. luneheon, which was sorved in lils room, Among tha dlshes w.is a. glass v/utor pltcher. Thls . was found broken to-day, and lt is supposod Ulmbel's injuiies woro Inlllctctl by tln. pieces. A trnll of hlood from ,the huthrooiri to the bed Itidlcated that Glmbol had out lilmself whllo-iu tho balhrooni; aml then Ihrown himsolf on tTia bed. from whloh lio later iihish tn f..li Utlt.SctotlS ou the lloor. His Condition Critical. Al io o'clock to-nlght his condltlon wus said tn ii.ivn Improvcil, although it wns stm orltlcril, Glmbol's oil'e.'is wore taken ln chargo li\ the police, wiio also notliled his fam? lly. Moihburs of tli.. famlly an* oxpectod ai Hoboken to-morrqw, irurthor ejjiiinlnuGpn by tlio pollco de VOloped that llu* ii-a.-k.-j in llu- ?i.mvs il.nd wimlows liad ln-. n stiiflV.I ulv-'tlght wllh surgeons' nntisepllc gauz... Glmbol was to havo lu-eu glveh a hear iun iu ,-.iiiii horo lo-inorrow, Ills uttor .lu-.v, Paniol iVUeilly, lias stated Ihut Glui ?(CotUiuiiod on tjocotul Pago.) WASTE B! F11ES Entire Central Portion of Pleasure Rcsort Des? troyed This Morning. ANIMAL ARENA'S NARROW ESCAPE Blaze Started in Natatorium, Where Family Were Sleeping, but All Escaped Unhurt. Work of Rebuilding Will Be Started To-Day. Fanned by a stiff wlnrt from the north? west, nnd for nenrly nn hour unchecked save by thn unnvallliig attacks of feeble chomicn! englncs, flames early thls morn? ing laid in ashes the ontlro central por? tlon of Idlowood;' Ilichmond'B chief pleas? ure resort. entaillng a loss of $30,000, and for a tlmo trireatenlng tho Horse Show building nnd Bostock's Wild Anlmal Arena, whero hundreds of wild beasts lay enged. Tho angry llnnies prr.gresjod nt so rnpld a pace that It was only wlth the greatest dlfliculty thnt any pnrt of thc many buildlngs eonstitutlng Idlowood were saved. Everything that lay In thelt path before thoy wero prevented from further progress was eaten up. as wlth a dovourlhg tongiic. Withln llvo minutes after tho flre origl nnted lt wns beyond tho control ol the Idlewood brlgado, whlch has onl> two or three choinlcal apparntus at lts ser? vice, and the alarni was turned ln to thc clty department. Nearly all the clty's erjgines wero nt once dlspntehcd to th? sccne, but only two or three were abl? to got to Idlewood, tlio others belns stalled in the deep mud of Lombardy ant Broad Streetn, whenco they hnd to bi dragged by oxtra retays of horses. It wai roported tiiat ono englne nnd nll Uu horses had boen turned over Into a dltch but the rumor seemed wlthout foundailon Origin Not Definitely Known. How the flre orlginatoii could not h( disi-oveitd. but II is Ihought thnt lt mlgh have been due to a <*>f,-etlve ilectii, wlre, or to a h'alf-burnert ctgarette care lesBty thrown aside by some employe o Idlowood or tho Ilateh Carnlvftt Com pany. The flre orlginated iii tho rcar parl of the natatorium, facing towards liln Streot. and was flrst dlscovercd bj Mrs. Louls Myers, wlre of Mr. Louh Myers, wlio. wlth hls wlfo and then two chlldren and his wlfe's parents lived upstuirs. Mr. Myers immcdlately ruslied downstairs, and -ntidlng th? wholo. place In llamcs, tvtomptcd tr. extlngulsh thom hy means ot a eheml. cal extliigulsher. Mr. H. B. Shultz tlcket manager for Bostock's. and Mr. Chalmer, one of tho Hon tralners, dis covered the flre nbout tho samo time und they, too. ruslied forward witl chomicul apparatus. But tho floree flames had got too much headway foi thom posslbly to effect any good, ant" tho alarm was turned in to the clt> department. By tho tlmo two of thc cily engines bad arrived on tho sceno thoro was nothing to do but to attotnpt to savt Bostock's Anlmal Show, and the resl of tho Idlewood bulldlng lylng to tln north of tho merry-go-round. The Bostock building was already burn Ing. and hundreds of street car e.mployes Idlowood employes and spectators, witl tho flremen. proceeded to cut away tlu strueturo between tho Bostock hulldins nnd the Ilro. They had hard work of lt as tho llamcs Increased ln lntenslty witl their progress, nnd tho heat was so flerct that tho work of savlug the bulldlng am animals was almost prevented. Other Points Caught. Meanwnllo other polnts In Uio vasi building wero coutlnually eatehlng. am llnes of hose had to be contlnuall> changed to cover these. Before tho ar? rival of lhe flre engtues work had beer started ln taklng out tho animals. ant a dozen or so cages, with tho half-ter rlfled beasts Insldo, wero plcked up bodilj and carrled out. Mr. Myers got out wlth hls family frou the burnhig nutatorlum, und attemptgd t< drag out somo of his possesslons. Many thlngs wero saved only to bj burned ouiside, however, ns tho llainei were too flerce for them to ba carrlet further. Everything withln the burnint nrea was destroyet^ nnd tho flremen con tcnted themselves wlth trying to save those parts of tho bulldlng only partlnll) abluzo. The Idlewood ofllco, lylng neui the niitaioflum, wns soon devourod ani everything in lt, snvu an Iron safe, whlcl contalned nll the pitpers of tlio company Tho resulting damage of tho flre Messrs. Jakc Wells and Andrew Pizzln stated last night, will amount to at loaa $30,000, The natatorium alnno was ptt up ui tl cost of $12,900, nnd tho othcpiof tlees and structures will amount to sev erttl linie.s lliat. Would Have Shot Animals. The structures destroyed wero tht naiatorlum, the taniakora, the chickor gallery. iho baseball gamo, tho opcei nud stock rooms and tho soda wator fountaiti stands. Tho hlg swltch buck or forest coastcr. croctod at 9 cost of $12,000, caught In sovera' plucos, us did Uie morry-go-round. bui both were linally snvoil from destruc tiou by tho euergotio work of tlu flremen. The whole insurance on Idlowood atiiouuls to something botwoon $.10,001 or $00,000, and thu losses IneurroJ, by the ilro last night will bo fully cov? ored. When M-uii lnst hlght Mr, Wolbj sali that wheuever he heard tlie flro belk ring he always thought of Idlewood. Thh time hls imuitu feur had proved to b< corroct, but ho took lt calmly, dcsplttl Uu. losses aud tho iluinagn li Will do td tlie business, ns Idlcwoocl was almost roudy lo bo opened io thu publlc for Uu sunitner. When the flames hud begun daugerOUlIj to tbrenten the building, in whlch Bo* tock's anlmal show Is quartorod, Muna?? shulis gu-vo ordcia that U thtt anluiall