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Informatiens Made Against the
we for Assaulting Mr. Frick, One
for an Attempt Upen the Life
Or Vlcc-Chalrmiin Lelihraan Hall Fixed
at 0,000 Each ler the Assaults and
1,000 lu Each of the eOther
Chara-eu 14,000 in All.
Pittsburgh, Pa., July 20. Alexander
Bergman, the anarchist, who attempted
te assassinate H., C Frick, en Saturday,
will net be permitted te escape with
the punishment of seven years in prison
provided for a single case of felonious
assault Six informatiens were made
against him Monday evening, charging
him wjth offenses under which he can
.receive sentences aggregating thirty
'three years In the penitentiary. The
formal Informatiens were made before
Alderman James McMasters, by Secre
'tary Leve joy, of the Carnegie Steel Ce.,
' Limited, et 0 o'clock Monday uvcnlng.
Three are for felonious assault and
jthree for entering a building for the
tptirposeef committing a felonious as
.sault i Twe of the informatiens nre for as
saulting Frick and one for the attempt
upon the life of Vlce-Chalrinan Lclsh
fraan, who was in the oflice with Mr.
'Frick at the time. The ether three
charges are alike, except that it is nl
lleged that the offenses were committed
en separate dates, the dates named
being July G, 22 and 23. Alderman Mc
'Masters Immediately madoeut warrants
land placed them in the hands of Cen
stable Webber, who went through the
T form of presenting them at the jalL
j jThe alderman fixed next Saturday as
j " the time for holding the preliminary
.5 hearings. Bell wan fixed at $5,000 in
1 ach of the eases for assaulting Chair
man Frick and $1,000 in each of the
k ther four cdarges, making $14,000 In
The extreme penalty for felonious
assault Is seven years and for entering
" a building with felonious intent four
years. If he gets the limit he will have
thirty-three years in the penitentiary
la which te study upon his vicious
theories of nihilism and anarchy. The
charge of carrying concealed weapons,
upon which another year could be
added, may also be preferred. Warden
V McAlees is taking extra precautions te
' prevent Bergman harming himself or
,hls fellow-prisoners, or attempting te
escape. Whlle he does net consider
' that there is any danger, he says it
was deemed advisable te watch the ac
cused closely, as "An ounce Of preven
tion Is worth a pound of cure"
A wild rumor was in circulation dur
ing the day that several friends of
Bergman arrived In Pittsburgh from
Chicago, Sunday night, armed with
dynamite bombs and cartridges, and
that an attempt would be innde te pass
some of the explosives in te the
prisoner. The jail authorities de net
take much stock in the story, but will
be very careful te allow no one in te
see him who Is net known.
Feil Inte a Tunk.
Leuisvhxe, July 20. Adam Fuchs,
employed at the Kentucky Woolen mills,
met with a horrible accident Monday.
He was walking acrebs a tank of bell-
ing water, when he slipped in. The
water only reached about midway of
Ills body, but the part below the sur
face was almost literally boiled from
his bones. The unfortunate man
- shrieked with agony, but retained suf
ficient presence of mind te wade te the
rim of the vat, and was lifted out, leav
ing great flakes of flesh In the seething
water. Physicians say he will die.
'Killed HU Child With Wlilnkj.
- GALMreus, O., July 20. Jacob Jenes,
35 years old, and residing at Patriot,
this county, came home Friday night
intoxicated. He took a pint of strong
' whisky from his pocket, caught his
4-year-old son and poured the contents
of .the bettle down the little boy's
threat The little one lingered until 2
o'clock Monday morning when he died
V In terrible agony. This inhuman crime
has caused considerable consternation.
Over a Cliff.
Wiikelinq, W. Va., July 20. .lames
Pllens, a prominent citizen, and his
wife, mother-in-law and four children,
were thrown seventy-five feci ever a
cliff Inte the Ohie river, by a runaway
horse. Mrs. Pllcns and her mother re
ceived frightful Injuries, and both will
probably die. An Infant child was also
dangerously hurt The ethers escaped
with slight injuries. The herse was
scared by a train. ,
Cotten Crep Injured.
Memphis, Tenn., July BO. The con
tinued heavy rains, lasting pver tve
weeks, whleh terminated ten days age,
followed by a drought and excessively
b.et weather, have seriously damaged
the cotton crop, lq his section, and Un
less we have rain within the ncx( week
a great deal of the product will be ren
dered almost worthless.
Dashed Out HU Life.
,0 I Memphis, Tenn., July 2a At Oak
iind a colored boy agedlO.ycars named
vteerfr, amun nea m agni ,wim a nwe
white boy. This se enraged the father,
Jehn Feathers, who came up at the
moment, that he picked up the young
Negro and dashed him te the ground,
killing him instantly. The murderer
made his escape.
Ordered te llendunut.
Washington, July 20. The secretary
.of the navy has ordered the United
States steamer Kearftarge te proceed at
tnMJnMii rriint ...i 'i i-'
uavn wuvyai f awn lUUUUJ 10 iU
a state of revolution, and the 'presence'
of a United States man-of-war U thought
necessary te protect American interests
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Murder Will Out.
Chicaoe, July 90. After a two years'
iwarah the murderer of Mary Andersen
at Perth Ambey, N. J., has been cap
tured In tne person of Merris Berg, he
being positively identified Monday by
one of the boyiwhew he chased from
the -wane of the'erlm. t
13fflf iim havcfrlcmh vMthw veu, or if you
arcueiiwauay en a vMl, pluue tlmp ua note
te that tfficl.
Congressman Paynter is at his home In
Rev. C. W. Rillle
day for Ruggles.
ami family left te-
Ceuuty Clerk Pearce is spending a few
days at Esculapla.
Miss Tebie Farrew returned yesterday
from Mt. Sterling.
Mrs. Nannie M. Itespcss will leave to
day for Glen Springs.
Jehn ,Bums of Chicago spent Sunday
with f 1 lends in this city."
Miss Sudie Shcpard will go te Huggles
1. M. Lane's family left for Ruggles
Campground this morning.
Miss Lizzie Newell is visiting Mrs. J.
K. Lloyd of Yellow Springs, O.
Miss Maggie Swift has returned from a
visit te Cincinnati and Covington.
J. G. Wadswertli, Deputy Collector,
has returned from his Eastern trip.
Geerirc Burrows and Peyton Wheeler
are spending a few days in Cincinnati
J. Harry Richardson, the cernetist, will
go te the Campgrounds this afternoon.
Misses Nannie and Rctta Squires have
cone te Cincinnati te spend a week with
Charles B. Pearce, Cashier State Na
tional Bank, left this morning for Wau
Mrs, Dr. Barnes of Nicholasville is
visiting her father, Jehn D. Rec of East
Miss Margaret Finn of Brooksville is
the guest of the' Misses O'Donnell of
Rev. W. N. Mebanc of Vanccburg is
in the city en a visit te his brother, Rev.
U. W. Mebane.
Miss Fannie Geilcnstelu lias returned
home after a sojourn of two months with
relatives at Cincinnati.
Martin Smith, after spending a few
days with relatives at his old home in
Aberdeen, left Sunda for Louisville.
Mrs. Alenzo Seaman and daughter of
Kansas, Misses Lida and EUie Stealer of
loungstewn, u., ana Airs. w. u. uavm uavm
sen left this morning for Ruggles Camp
ground. A, L. Jenes, his mother Mrs. David
Jenes, his aunt Mrs. E. Vettcr of Walnut
Hills, Cincinnati, spent Sunday with Mrs.
M. J. Cenrad. Mr. Jenes was accompa
nied home by his wife and interesting lit
tle daughter, Ruth Hazel, after a visit
The Baptists have dedicated a new
church at Morehead, Rewan county.
Unukh the new election law there will
lie live voting precincts in Maysvllle.
Ski.ls BitOTHEiis' circus is coming this
way and will show in Maysville Septem
Miss Eliza J. Sai.lkk, an aunt of J. II.
and (J. L. Snllee of this city, died at
ueorgetewu, u., aged w.
Mits. Lucy Gukkey has removed te
Dayton, wheie she will live with her
ncicc, Mrs. Marlen Hill. She has been a
pijsident of Maysville for fifty years.
TeJf Scott, a saloon-keeper of Cyn
thiana, accidentally put his hand into a
box of rattlesnakes at a Cincinnati saloon
Saturday night and was badly bitten.
He may die. , ""
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'Mrs. Eramu 8wikt of Cincinnati,'
executrix of Alexander Swift, paid into
the Federal Court I4.501 00. te satisfy a
judgment against Sam. McKce, former
elision Agent at Louisville.
was one of his Furetics.
The late W. & Culbertsen the million millien million
ejro bankcr,ef NewtAlbany, Ind cut off
two of bis grandsons with $ 100 each be.
cnuse he had heard they indulged in
horse-racing. These heirs, it is saul, new
propose te bring suit te have the instru
ment set aside.
The Cotten Mills shut. down at neon
yeste'rdayj en account of a Are in the
cotton sheds tlinfresultcd in wetting the
raw material. The Are is supposed te
liave originated from a spark, and the
cotton may liave been burning for dayB
before its discovery. Dumagu small.
L. E. Cabky, editor of The Gotingten
Commonwealth, has been sued for 1,000
by F. B. Zlmmer of Andersen's Ferry
because an item appeared in Casey's
paper stating that Zimmcr had made an
laslgamcnt.-3The statement was net
uue' aim dimmer claims mat no cannot
new buy goods en credit In Cincinnati.
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T a tfa I itinitini.' Uiiiiiptildtiilnnt nf
the Street Railway Company, is quite ill
as a tcsuit et overworK during me ex
cessive heat of the last few days, com cem com
bjecd with eoveral sovero electric, shocks
received recently whlle flxiug the wires.
These causes have shattered his nervous,
system te such an extent that his condi
tion this morning Is considered rather
critical, Dr, CO. Owens Is his physl
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MA YSV1U.S '
MAYSVILLE, KY TUESDAY, JULY 26, 1S92.
KENTUCKY WEATHER REPORT.
What We May Expect Between This Time
anil Te-morrow Keiiiiig.
THE LEDGER'S WEATHER SIGNALS.
tPiKeetteaincr I'Ain; lut iiain or snow;
With Mack aiievk 'twill waiiuek jrrew.
If ttlath'x IIKNRA1II COI.UKII 'twill lie;
Unless '(if 'i' shown no clmturu we'll see.
S3"""The nliove tnrecints nre miule for u
period or thlrtj-Mv tieuis. eikIIiir nt 8 o'clock
IS THIS HOT ENOUOII?
The hem hasbceu Intense enough
Te melt an Iren pet;
In fnct the heiit whs het enough
Te roast n Het-en-tot.
Te bell iin egg or bnke n leaf.
Just pet them In the sun,
Anil while jeu wipe jour meltlim' brew.
Your coekliiir will be done.
Suez Canal is eighty-eight miles long.
N. O. Bkoeks, a leading merchant and
respected citizen of Covington is dead.
The Paris Milling Company has pur
chased 80,000 bushels of wheat at 07 te
Jim, hew long were
that you caught mt
these two catfish
of the pond at
William F. Adamsex is
and there are hut slight
hopes of his
The recent trip of E. A. Robinson was
the most successful one in the history of
Leuanen has passed an ordinance for
the encouragement of back-deer Sunday
business in saloons.
The recent rioting in Paducah has had
the effect of ridding the city of some of
its worst characters.
Miss Teiue Fauiiew contributes the
latest installment of periodicals for the
County Infirmary Library.
The heat is no respecter of persons.
This morning it prostrated William
Bleem, one of The Leueek's composi
tors. The first request made by a Chicago
burglar after he had been sent te his cell
was for a Bible and a package of cigar
ettes. A Baitimehe woman is new defending
suits brought by two different women for
alienating tlie ntlectlens et tueir hus
The Pennsylvania College, with the
Ohie and Ann" Arber Dental Colleges, arc
the only ones that admit women te study
Theiie will be a regular hegira among
the Methodists tomenow and Thursday.
Ruggles Camp-meeting will begin the
The town of Iren River, Wis., was al
most totally destroyed by fire, and r00
peeple were forced te sleep in cars The
less is $200,000.
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Adlai Stevenson was at ene time a
prominent member of the Salvation Army
at Bloomington, III. That is wheic he
get the tittle of "General." ,
A NF.wsnev at West Chester, Pa., and
an organ grinder's monkey had a lively
combat a few days age, iu which the
monkey came out victorious.
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The Huntington Accommodation en the
C, and O, had a mishap at Bradford yester
day afternoon. It was due here at 4:45
but didn't get here until nearly 10.
Wes Lee Is a rustler,
couldn't sell overcoats
memcter nt 08 in the
everj' place else. This
If he wasn't he
with the ther
shade and 003
is what he did
The value of bank and corporation
stocks and franchises te be assessed by
the State Auditor, under the Revenue
ami Taxation bill, as amended by the
Scnate, is ever $ 200,000,000.
Knett county has let the contract for
a new Courtheuso te rcplace the ene de
streyed by incendiaries, and arrangements
are under way for erecting a $2,000
schoelhouso in place of the ene burned.
Rev. B. W. Mehane will leave to-mer
row for Crittenden, te conduct a pro
tracted meeting, and there will be no ser
vices at the Central Presbyterian Church
next Sunday except Sabbath-school and
Y. P. S. C. E.
The minority report en the bill provid
ing for terms of the Federa! Court at
Richmond, recommends that terms be
held instead at Jacksen, for the conve
nience of moenshiners and ethers in the
Eastern part of the state.
GovEiiNen McKiNLBY, iu answer te an
invitatieu from Colonel A. K. McClure
for a joint discussion of the Tariff, says
he will take part in the dobate under the
auspices of the respective National Com
mittees if it can be se arranged.
Cei-Yittnirr has expired lu England ou
eight of Charles Dickens's books the
Pickwick Papers," ,,Dombey& Sen,"
" Martin Chuzzlewlt," " Barnaby Rudge,"
"Nlfthnlan VlrUlnliv." " Hkfttrbps hv
Be," "The Old Curiosity Shep" and
MASON CIRCUIT COURT.
Gleanings Frem Late Yesterday's
Karly Te-Daj's Decket.
Circuit Court reconvened yesterday
morning, Judge L. W. Robertsen pre
siding in the nbsence of Judge Cele.
In the case of Lena Telle vs. Thema
Cooper the defendant tendered his bill of
exceptions, and moved the court te file
same, te which plaintiff objected. Mo
tion taken under advisement.
Masen County vs. Cabin Creek and
Springdale Turnpike Company. C. C.
Degman defendant, tendered his bill of
exceptions and plaintiff asked until Sat
urday te examine same, wLIch was
Iu the case of Lena M. Hamilton vs.
James J. Shacklcferd, defendant pro
duced mandate and opinion of Court of
Appeals. On motion the case was re
docketed and judgment rendered and
verdict of jury set ns'.de.
Susan II, Hundley was adjudged n lu
natic and erdcicd taken te the aylum.
Ji Blakcboieugh was adjudged" Incapa
ble of attending te his affairs, and J. V.
Alexander appointed a committee te
take charge of same.
Geerge T. Harbour was sworn in ns an
lames Hctlin handed in his account as
Maishal ferSVi 30
The averaire daily amount of sunshine
the world ever is little meie than three
An Ashbore'N C.) man has among his
deeds a land grant te a member of his
family from Geerge III.
Ben Tehee get en a geed sized drunk
in Coviiuten Sunday night and, amused
himself by cutting Mrs. Beubeig, wife of
a saloon keeper He is in jail.
A Detiieit man was lined $100 for
kissing one of ids tenants. Besides, he
was badly beaten by the husband, who
witnessed the osculation. He probably
wishes lu hadn't
A deposit of S20 made in the New-
burypert Institute for Savinus in 1S20
new calls for interest amounting te fc'iOS.
Ne one has ever claimed the original
deposit and no addition lias ever been
made te it.
Rememheu. The Ledgek prints "Help
Wanted." " Lest." " Found, "and similar
notices net of a business character, free
of charge. The only thing we require is
that the 'copy be sent-in before 9 o'clock
en day efi publication.
The smallest pony in the world recently
arrived en the Shetland pony farm of the
Marquis of Londonderry, en the Island of
Bressay. It weighed only sixteen
pounds, and at its birtli was but nineteen
and a half inches high.
Annie Mayku, whose family lives in
Bellevue. but who has been living with
her husband in Cambridge City, Ind.,
with her two small children, was driven
f loin home by her husband because her
cooking didn't suit him. She was cared
fei by the Cincinnati police.
Edwaiid Tkeasy. 21 years old. certainly
old enough te knew better, who lives in
Covington, rode a pony te Ceney Island
Sunday. Because the animal would net
go as fast as he wanted it te go he stabbed
it with a knife, lie was arrested aud he
ought te be given a dose of his own med
icine. Theuk are some as loud-mouthed
anarchists in Maysvllle as can be found
anywhere. They never did have, and
never will have, anything themselves,
aud they de net want anybody else te
have a few hundred dollars, no matter
hew haid they toiled te make and save
them. It is about time these fellows were
given a set-back.
The Japanese are a cleanly people in
many respect1. They are fend of bath
ing. " In the city of Tokie there are ever
800 public bath-houses, in which n person
cantakonbath.hetorcold. for a sum equal
te ene cent. Most of the Japanese prefer
warm baths, and very likely this is the
reason why their complexions are usually
smooth, clear and spotless.
In the White Heuse mail several days
after Mr- Blaine's lesignatlen there came
a letter from Iowa. The writer said that
he saw that J. G. Blaine, Secretary of
State, had icsigned, and he would like te
knew what duties were required of the
Secretary and hew much the wages were.
If the salary was satisfactory eud the la
bors net tee arduous the writer named
Roberts, by the way wanted te make
application for the job. He thought he
would make a prcttv geed Secretary of
Keutuik)' Vam aud Tret.
The following list has been carefully
arranged fe.1 The Ledeeu. Any. omis emis
sions will be cheerfully supplied upon
Harredsburtr, July aith elx days.
Danville, August -M tlve days.
SlmrpsburK. AtiKUst Pth live du s.
Nlehelnsvllle, August 16th tlve days.
Maysvllle, August Sid rive da s.
Loxlnnten, August 30ih fle days.
I'urls, September Oth tlve days.
Winchester, September l'h tlve days.
Cynthlana, September 2Ut mur days.
Mt. Sterling, Septomber'JTth-threo days.
Versailles, August '.M-tlve days.
Columbia, Augim Oth four da s.
Sprlngfleld, August Oth-reur days.
Lawrencchurp, August 8th three days.
Campbollavllle, August HUh-teurdays.
Unlontewn, August 16tU-tlve dayr
I.ebunen, August -tJ tour days.
Hendersen, August 2Jd tlve days.
Londen, August 21th thrce days.
Alexandria, August iWtti tlve days.
Franklin, August Mth-nve days.
Hewling Q recti, September 6th.
Hards-town, September 6th Ave dajg.
Muyellek, (cel.,) September 7th-reur days.
Kllzabothlewn, September i:!th reur days.
Horte Cave, September 20th-feur days.
Oorinantewn, Soptember SSth four days.
Hartferd, September 3th reur days,
Ovronten, October Ith-tlve days.
All the abeve meetings liave trotting
contests, these nt Maysvllle being
ukckii't reit a aoen tows.
I hi tint) n J'.
Talk about it.
Write about It.
Speak well ler It.
Kelp te Improve it.
Advert le In Its papers,
(loed country tributary.
Patronize Its merchants.
Klict geed men te olllce.
Help till public enterprise).
Honest competition In prices.
Make the atmosphere healthy.
Kill Hi evlbited by geed work".
Klre all loafers, crenkers and dcud-beats.
Let j our object be the welfare, growth nnd pro
motion of j our town and Unpeeple. Speak well
el public spirited men, and be ene jeurselt.
Hetiiig I'lace of (her Twenty-Hie
llunilreil Confederate Suliliers.
Adjutant General Poceck of Ohie is
just new mnking an investigation into
the history of a little plat of ground
about 140 feet wide and some 500 or COO
feet long, which lies about live miles
West of the Statehouse. In that small
stiip. which is inclesed by a stone wall
nearly live feet high, lie buried 2,290 men
who were captured en Southern battle
fields and were sent te Camp Chase,
near Columbus, te suffer confinement as
prisoners of war. It is a lonely place,
this, situated en a by-read, among fields
that are golden with the ripened grain,
nnd where little save the twittering of
the birds breaks the solemn silence of
death. A few scanty trees give a
precarious shade and "the long uncut
grass lies matted en the ground ever the
graves of these hundreds of brave men
sleeping the eternal sleep se far from
the homes of their childhood, their
friends nnd their kin. The place Is
absolutely neglected and deserted. The
single iron gate that breaks the con
tinuity of the stone wall is fastened and
covered with the undisturbed rust of
years. Twenty five feet beyond it, in the
center of the cemetery, is a granite
bewlder some live or si. feet through, en
which is carved in sunken letters:
2,'JiV) Cenlederute Soldiers
et the War lti!-l.
Hurled In this Inelesure.
are but three ether marking
One bears this inscription
j. l). nkem.
.MJtli Alabama Itegiment,
: company u,
It is a modest little stone less than two
feet high, en which the storms have net
yet made visible their effacing force, but
it is plninly neglected, possibly uctheught
Over in the extreme Western end of
the inelesure is another small stone,
almost hidden by the long grass, en
Hern. I.ivermere. Ky.,
July 24th, K.
Died, October 2M.1MS.I.
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But one ether stone marks the grave of
another gallant fighter for a principle,
and it is notable that the name of the un
fortunate who lies beneath is net given
en it. Why cannot be guessed. Like
the ethers, this stone in small. It stands
just at the left of the entrance gate,
shaded by a towering elm, whose sway
ing limbs stretch out ever man another
grave, and the lettering is this:
Third MIsMsMpp! Ilnttery.
1'esldence, Asyka, MM.
Died January llith, lvii.
Aged 37 Years.
Krected by hU Wlte.
Twe thousand two bundled and fifty
seven graves here are net even marked'
They cannot be distinguished in any way
The' ground nbove all has sunken "te
one common level. Mere than 2,200 men.
euce radiant with hope and strong with
courage, eager for valorous deeds, who
went "forth te battle, lie mingling their
dust with that of a land they hated in
life, and it takes a long search te obtain
any information as te who tl ey were,
where they came from or anything else
about them. Indeed, it is net sure that
any Information can be obtained There
is- none in Columbus among the state
documents, indeed, nethiug se much as
te show te whom the ground belengs.
A protracted inquiry has failed te dis
cover anyone who has any knowledge of
the burial ground and of the men in It.
The relatives and friends of the peer fel
lows have forgotten them, and nay no
mere heed than if they had never lived
or died. Fersakeu and forgotten they
lie in their tiuhonercd graves, a silent but
terrible reproach te the living who will
net even pay them the peer tribute of
One must always go away from home
te hear what is going en. This is from
The Athland Kews: ."Maysvllle tore up
her streets, that had net been molested
for fifteen years, te put down mains for
fuel gas. When the mains were in they
found their gas was simply wind, and
would net burn. Fuel gas stock can new
be bought there cheap.'
The I'MltitMpJiia Inquirer has inaugu
rated a novel and certainly interesting
department. Stories of the lute rebellion
aud hew it was put down never cease te
Interest, aud The lnquinr has certainly
hit upon an excellent method of pi event
ing these stories. Kvcry day it ropio repio ropie
duces from its own file n telegraphic,
dispatch giving the news of some great
event of the rebellion, It is safe te say
that these dispatches arc read with as much
Intorest ns any of these contained in the
regular telegraphic columns of the issues
in which they appear, nnd no doubt are
permed by ranre readers lunn read them
upon their first appearance thirty years
Father, Wife, Grandmother; and -Three
Children Carried Away.
The Family Were Surprised by the
Water While Asleep.
Washout en the Ohie I'lver. IUUread at
1'rocter, VT. Va., Citutei a Fatal Wreck
I'aiscnger and Malls Will It
Drlnycd Fur Several Days.
Whkf.i.ine, W. Va., July 20. Monday
morning when residents of the vicinity
of Leng Run, a stream which flews
through Wetzel county into Fish creek,
awoke, they were astonished te find
that two houses en the creek bottom
had been washed away in the night
There was only a comparatively slight
Bterm there, and It is supposed the flood
was the result of a cloud burst further
up the stream. Fences, bridges and
outbuildings had also disappeared, but
the water had subsided te its normal
stage, from which fuct it Is inferred
that the damage was dene about mid
night. It was found that the family occupy
ing one of the two houses demolished
had all escaped, and taken refuge In an
abandoned tobacco house en the hllL
The ether house was occupied by Dan
Doty, his wife and thrce children,
Doty's -father and mother and Mrs.
Doty's mother. Ne sign of them could
be found for some time At length the ,
body of Doty was found at the mouth
of the creek and a llttle later that of
one of the children was discovered
ledged In the branches of a fallen tree
about a mile and a half below the place
where the house 6toed.
QThcrc can be no doubt that all the In
mates of the heuse were surprised by
the angry waters while asleep and all
perished. Lightning Sunday night and
Monday morning early destroyed three
barns and badly damaged five houses in
The Heed washed out a long, high
trestle en the Ohie river railroad, at
Procter, thirty-six miles down the river,
and nt half past three Monday morning
a freight train of twenty-nine leaded
carb was precipitated Inte the deep
ravine, and all demolished. Engineer
IJeaslcy had a leg cut of Passengsrs
nnd mails will have te be transferred
around the wreck for several days.
MILLION DOLLAR FlfTE.
Thirty Mecks Destroyed at Bay
Mich. Ias of Life.
Bay City, Mich., July 20, Fire breYe
out at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon In
the lumber manufacturing establish
ment of Miller & Turngr, situated en
west side, Water street, at the feet of
Twenty-ninth street. A brisk south
west wind was blowing at the time,
which fanned the flames into a rearing
conflagration and swept them across
Water street Inte the settled district
At five o'clock about thirty blocks
had been burned ever, while twenty
mere were supplying fresh fuel te the
devouring element When the chief of
the fire department first realized 'the
extent of the danger he telegraphed te
Saginaw, Flint and Detroit for assist
ance, Saginaw and Flint responded,
each city sending an engine nnd quan
tities of hose. Nearly all of West Bay
City's equipage came te the scene of
disaster, and lent such assistance as lay
in the power of the firemen.
At 0 p. m. many rumors are afloat
concerning people who have perished.
Se far as is positively known only ene
death has occurred, that of a woman
whee name it is impossible te learn.
She lay bick in one of the houses which
were destroyed. Before assistance
could rea'h her the dwelling
was a seething mass of fire,
and the peer creature had te be left te
her fate. It is also reported that two
children were burned te death, but the
story lacks confirmation. Miller &
Turner, en whose premises the fire
started, lest about fl50,000, niQstly
covered by insurance. The entire less
will reach upwards of $1,000,000, but it
is impossible' te learn the extent te
which different parties ere insured.
Washington, July 20. Fer Tennes
see Ovcahiennl showers, but fair dur
ing the greater portion of the day,
south winds, warmer rn extreme west
Fer Kentucky Generally fair, south
winds, continued high temperature.
Fer West Virginia Let-nl showers
during the afternoon or evening, varia
Fer Ohie Lecal thunderstorm-, but
fair during the greater portion of the
day, southwest winds, slightly cooler in
Western Pennsylvania and northern
portion of Ohie.
Fer Indiana and Illinois--Fair weather
and continued highctemperaturc, with
I Phllnpelphla. a I Pittsburgh i
1 Cincinnati 0 l'roeklyn ...3
I Calcutta 10
1 Baltimore 1
1 New Yerk 2
JSL Louts T
I Washington 4
I Itosten. ....
Mew Tlwy Hunk,
Wee. Loeu Per Ct.
Philadelphia 7 S .778
New Yerk 4
Des ten., ., 4
St Leuis 2
Se Use for Docter.
Londen, Julj Se. The Vienna cer
respondent of the Times telegraphs:
"The Nene Free Press says that the In
habitants of various villugcs of the gev- i
ernment of Sarnteif have attacked and
expelled doctors who were sent te their
Convict Attempt Suicide.
Celumiius, O., July 20. Jehn Conway,
n Washington county man, doing five
years for having burglar' tools fa hit
possession, attempted suicide Medvy
evenlng by the gu rot-te. Thta k Um
third attHpt aweng the aeavleta with-'
in a vek.