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S3 UJ v A) THE MARION fDAILY MIRROR. "ty w I. ' v VOLUME XVI. NO. 230. , DIXIE LAND IS DA R The Last is Believed to Have Done Even Greater Damage Than the First Although a Much Smaller Area was Visited Loss of Life is not so Heavy. Almost Complete Returns From the Districts Visited by the Great Storms of Last Week Show That 350 were Killed, 1200 wero Injured, More or Less Seriously and Thousands were Rendered Homeless, Forty-six Towns and Villages were Wrecked and About 2,500 Business Houses and Resideuces were Wrecked Paths of the Storms are Easily Traced by the Destruction Wrought. (Mobile, Alabama, April 27. A tor nado la reported to havo struck the town of Causeyvllle, north ot Merld. Jan, Mississippi, last night, and a hall Btorm visited Mobllo and many surrounding towns and nineteen moro deathH are reported In Porry county, (Mississippi. ittelona, Ark., April 27. fllengro reports tells of a disastrous cyclono and hat storm Just west of Helena, late Sunday afternoon. Many Btores, cotton mills and dwellings wero du et ryed, Now Orleans, April 27. un tna heels of tlie tornado which wrought such ' terrlblo 'havoc In five states Friday, camo another Sunday, which 'may have Uono greater damage. A-(telegram from (Meridian, .Miss., cays tiiatja-dUsastrouH tornado pass ed lUlroujsh a sparsely eoflleif sec tion of eaut Mississippi south or that city latit Sunday. .Meridian ulsa was vlsltod 'by a rotnarkable wind, rain and hailstorm, much damage being dono .to crops ana shrubbery. Jleparts from Causey vlllo say tho main (tornado passed seven miles be taw that place In n sparsoly settled district. Timber, properties oto reported almost dev astated. Another sovero electrical storm struck Georgia, but so far as known .thoro was no rataUtlcs and little; property damage. Tho death list da Qeongh stands at approxi mately thirty, with a .heavy loss in H AM jde of Mountain Slips Down on Village Just as the People were Preparing for Mass Thirty or More are Be lieved to Have Been Killed Meagre Details of the Disaster Have so Far Been Received. v JJucklgbam, Out., April 27. Half the little French hamlet of Notre arao do Salotto, sixteen miles from herd on tho Llovro river, lies burled nndor a eliding mpuutaln and nt least thirty of Its small population uro known to havo perished. The liamlot has no telephone or telegraph and neither Is It on a rail road, Meager bits of news of the fllsaster camo In by messenger from tho phylsclans and other rescuers (who woro hurried thoro when tho first calls for aid came early Sunday morn, lug. Tho Blvpr Uovro winds at tho foot of tho liamlet and a mountain towored behind it, Spring rains for days havo been -molting tho snow and Ico on tho mountainside- and streams Slave boon coursing down to tho riv er. At C o'clock Sunday morning, just a the little hnmlot began to stir for early mass, part of the mountain Blarted to slide toward tho river. It tore p. path of death and destruction to tho valley and thoso who wero aiot killed whon their homes woro Ingulfed wero loft burled under tho mass of rock and earth. Catnlllo Ija Point's bonne stood first In th a path of tho avalanche. Ho and his family of eleven aro known to hayo porlshed, Eight othors, whoso names have" not boon obtained are known to bo missing and In tho panio tho rescuers aro attempting to And definitely how many moro aro missing, Mrs, Dosjardln's cottago also was swept away, and she, with her two VISITED BY E j farming districts to property. Tho crop dnnvago Is small. Tho totals or dentil, tnlsery and ruin caused .in live southern states by Friday's tornadoes camo to hand Sunday In approximately cor rect form, llrlcny staled they are: iKUIed, about U5U. ilnjured, palnlully . or seriously. J, 2(H). (Homeless, He4voral thousand. Towns reporting serious wreck, age, 4ii. 'Habitations and business house? practically in complete ruins In these town, about 2.GUU. Tho above figures do not Include tho wreckago on plantations nnd farms, .cores of which wero struck and damo;ed. Tho number or doad Willi .never bo known accurately, jor Uio reason that nboutilUu of thorn wero negroes, and they wore burled'1 Ii many.communltles without care ful records-Tiolng mado -or their numbers,. W'hllo somot or hto llrst reports giving apparently reilabP death lists havo since proved un reliable, nevertheless remote phecs which were lato an reporting thel doad havo served to hold tho tot.V death list .uniformly around .1G0 Tlie m'annor In which this dean list has urawn ror two days, lr splto of continual substructions from, early roports, has boen u melancholy Judex or the interstate scopo of tho disaster. By following tho wreckngo ol towns, the general direction of t.'i toinudoca can be traced closely. Ap parently tho storm struck In thro; IS C N BURIED BY A SLIDE children, a domestic and a hired man aro known to bo burled In thu laud 'slide. iDo Salotte, ilka may hamlets of Its kind, rambles Into gardens and llttlo Jidda on tho mountain sldo, so about lhalf of It was not In the path of tho avalanche, Tho sliding mass rushed with a roar, and spread fanllko over part ot tho place and dumped ltaelt In tho swollen stroam nt Us foot. Cut oft from tho 'outsldo world, messengers wero dispatched to Pou tyeiro, the nearest ihumjlefc. Those who arrived first estimated that at least a dozen houses wero crushed in tho path ot the landslide. Ducking ham was appealed to, but tho flight of tho messengers across tho spring roads was slow, Thoso first on tho scene found Do Salletto In a panic, with the uninjured ones packing their belongings for flight. TJio first messengers to Bucklng- ham ordorcd twor.ty-ftvo coffins to be (sont tq DeSalletto and nil tho phyisl. clans of tho town woro hurried across tho country with rescue ivr tlos. .Further details are uncertain and nro coninlg slowly. Jluckinghnm, Out,, April 27 iloscuors aro .today digging away Ions of earth and rock in an en deavor to savo thoso who may have escaped death when tho slid ing (mountain wiped out half of tho llttlo French hamlet of Notre Damo Do Saletto, on .Llovoro river. Tho total dead number about id. MARION, OHIO, MONDAY EVENING, APItIL 27, 1908. ANOTHER nepnrato currents, each describing tho arc or ;i circle, nnd traveled toward the northeast. Tho rirst or these struck through northern Lou Iclana, Ml&stolppl nnd Into Ton. ncsco bororo dayll;ht Friday. The second appeared further south about 7 o'clock In central Louisiana and Mississippi. This apparently was tho portion of tho storm which had swept through Alabama and lleor gla on 1-lrldny night nnd Saturda morning. Tho third portion or tho storm appeared during Friday nr lernoon rurther bouth than either of Its predecessors. This was the storm which demolished Amite. Iji and Purvis, Miss., tho towns In which tho wreckage was worst. Why tin; fatalities were so unusu. ally large Is apparent rrom n glanro ut the photographs which have arrived hero from many por tions of tho tornado bolt. They all tell the samu story. Whole blocks or what wero formerly little resi dences and cabins Ho spread over tho ground In separate boards. If u hugo lumber pllo has been scat tered over theso areas, tho number of Individual boards, unattached to nnythlil? else, could scarcely havo been greater. Many of these planks show very row breaks whore they wero eoiuratcd from tho otlior conotrufl Jon. Under .this mass or wreckage miomy (hundred persons were burled, not on In n hundred escaping without Injury. Tho houses whloh were thus scattered about were mostly negro habitations. Tho homes of the whites hold togethor better, and the photcjrapns show many or them with half tho top ot tho upper half of .tho strueMtro ripped olt, )liMiiayhg'jir.biJloVVlf'pif-btoct1Sfl. which must havo saved scores rrom lll'Oltl). Along with the accounts or sur. fcrJug that havo camo many re citals of roniarkablo .oxpoileiico or which tho following is typical: At A ml to, l.a., whon the tornado appeared there were soven persons nt tho dinner tnblo.or .Mr. Hamil ton Warner's homo, Including throo children. One or the diners, Claud Uonnott, saw tho whirling cloud In tlmo to shout n warning and run outdoors, but tho others remained In the. dining room. Tno wind In a second tore oir two doors on opposite sides or tho room, and an astonishing procession or live and Inanimate objects began to pass into the room through ttieso doorways. First camo a cair run. nlng bororo the wind. The nnlmnl Jumped over tho dining table and went out tho opposite door. Aitor ward came a horso, which followed through tho exit taken by tjie calr. Tho three children nought ' rorugo under tho table, and no one was injured. Today ihas been ono or reiiot measures throughout tho wrecked district. Tho ruined .townn imv been visited by thousands or spec tators, many or whom went wltn a row dollars In their pockets to distribute amor tho needy. Shous tuado from the wreckage have be come tho llOIHOS ot IllinilroilH Small parties or men on liorsobacic LATE SUNDAY jjp -. "" npLTFTi havo gone s ithrough the country1! districts taking inventories of the aid needed' and rendering help where It wM most necessary. At least a dozen rellor funds have been started' An as many places. Following Is': a list by states 6i tno forty-six towns reporting more or 1&b daniageu: liOuUtana-Uicorne, ivcnmore, LnmnourJO, 'dlfchland, Amlto, 'lassie, Pine, Anglo,, Franklinton, Sheridan, Avnnl, Eunice total is:. M1sslB3lppl-liies nonti, Purvis, Church HIHr ljorman, Tillman, iMel. ton, iiaxiervane, iiraxton, Htinnow- er, wiuiaiairn Wlniate, Columbus, Walls, Falrchlld Creek; Uultmans Landing, McUnurln, .McCallumm, Winchester, 'Pino Itidge total ID. Uromgo, Harris, Orillln, .Mononough, Ocorgla-rOjlumbus, Chlploy, J.a LociiEt Crovjji Cedartown, Cave Spnngs totairj. Alabama Albertvilie, .ingn Hottle- Mound, Patton, Kecsburg , mpnt, Dlountsville itotal SWEPT BY BLIZZARD The Northwest is Visited by a Heavy Snow with High Winds. St. Paul, April 27 Tho North west wan visited by a heavy snow storm last, "night, and today. in Homo porta ,of,St. Paul Uio street car crvIreWus 'crippled. In the country dlstiTra "Ttiio ground was covered by. sjjyeral Inches of snow. nio snow -was ..accompanied ny a gnlo. ti"', ; . Superior, pAYlsconsln. got one ot tho 'hoavlest'jsiiow storms of tiio year. In lowti, tfheavy da'mnlje was Inflicted byfl iiair and snow. Many fruit crops' aro killed. ASSURED The Cleveland Street Car Tj oubles Have Been Settled. Cleveland. O,, April 27 l'iie Municipal Traction company will hike charge or 4iill Cleveland street rair lines at mUlnlght tonight. It Is auu&uirud tilat tho three cent faro will 1k In effect within ten lnys. KISS WAS DENIED Husband Then Stabbed His Wife in the Side with a Butcher Knife. Detroit, Mich., April 27 liocause Ills wife rolusod to kiss him, this morning, Tiurmus liwiecitiSKl, ageu 48, of Ijoraln, Ohio, attackod her THE TAFT MINSTRELS STRIKE BROWNSVILLE. with mi butcher kulfo In Uiolr board ing ihou8o here, stabbing her In tho loft sldo twktt. The Kwleclnskls camo to Detroit, Thursday. In a titrugglo for tho knife, threo or Kwleclnski'a iilngers were cut off. The woman will live. INSANE FATHER Shoots His Wife and Daugh ter and Then Ends His 5,Own Life. Memphis, Tenth, April 27 Wal laeo Polk, aged CU, 141 wealthy planter nt Cayse, .Miss., becam sud denly Insane and snot his daughter and wife with a shot-gun this morning. Ho then secured a revol ver and put a bullet through .his wire's heart as she lay on the floor, sho died instantly. Neighbors found his doad body and that or his duughtor m an orchard near t. .house. The daughter Is still liv ing, but cannot recover. CAUGHT SPIRIT Filipino Bank Clerks Sus- pficted of Robbing Bank of $60,000. Manila, April 27 A clerk in ilanco Espauel, a Filipino Is undor arrest charged with complicity in a plot by which tho bunk has been robbed or $UU,000 In gold. Other ar. rests are expeutod today. Tho au thorities declare that trusted em ployes havo consptrod with outsldo parties to honor checks against tho accounts Urat nevur existed. THOUSANDS ARE KILLED Meager Dispatches Tell of a Cyclone Sweeping the Co moro Archipelego Paris, April 27 Tremendous los3 ot llfo and immense property dam f; were reported In n cyclono, which otllciai despatches say Ita3 swept I ho Comoro archipelago, lim'tllU.'St nr iMll.lllir.lRCillv In Ur. .. ......... ... --.....0...-(.. , ... ..WH nmblquo channel Thoro Is concerning no ilitflliltn Oiutilitiitit rtminsiM.. I r tint :.;;., ,. b,, "" " "l """" "V " Ba,u lD uniount to thousands. ... ...v....,,v.u(ju IUI.IUUU9 OLV laifiU li.lands and many lslots. t '- ii.i3iiiiiK.uii, ."" -1. iuisiuuiui secretaryship ot Conimerco and Labor Juts beon offered by the iirusiuuni 10 jienjaiiHii 1. wuwilt op California, who Is at present a inouibcr of tho immigration com- 'luission. wneoier nas not given this answer. Rogers In New York Herald. RAISULI THE HAS BEEN ASSASSINATED Noted Moroccan Outlaw Falls a Victim to Hostile Tribes men Who Have Waited Long for a Chance to Kill Him. Reports Which Reach Paris are Confirmed. Paris, April 27 Ital&ull, tho no torious Moroccan bandit, has boon nmusslnnted, according to a dls. patch Trent Tangier today. Humors of tho killing wero at llrst doubted but latest message confirms them absolutely and leaves llttlo doubt that the outlaw has been slain. It is iepo-ted that ne fell a victim to hostile tribesmen FALLING CHIMNEY p Dire nil f lr Horror Occurs in the Yard of One of Buffalo's Public school -Three Lads are Caught and Buried Under the Debris One is Dead and the Other Two are Pro- , I bably Fatally Injured. iluffalo, April 27 William l'ln- zc, aged 4, was Instantly killed, and Hugh Doherty, aged 10 and ljroy Horgos, aged U, pupils or public school No. 3C, wore se VALUABLE SERUM IS Deadly Lacehead Viper is Made to Give Up Its Venom for the Benefit of Insane Persons Supply for the Next Half Century is Secured by a Perilous Operation in New York Zoo. New York, April 27. Doforo men well known In tho medical pro I ,..,. . ,, ..,,. ,.' , ..... fession and a few other persons as ,Dt'""' - " " -"" m'wm nuiioo ui UU. Ijlrouz zoo Sunday morning tho Keeper grasped a Inncehead viper, the most Ueadly of all known reptiles, Just -back or tho Jaws and aided by others 'extracted the poisonous serum from ll.a Himko's rniiL-B. 11 Th marvninuR oneriitinn mv tn sclenco a renewed supply ot a serum which Is Invaluable-as a rcmodv In t)10 treatment of Insanity and sev. eral fonll8 of erv0U8 and ,ueutaI ar. filotlons. it Is tho llrst tlmo this operation has over been nerformed In this country and tho second tlmo It has over been nerformrwl For eighty years tho supply of ,1UOiU "K u,u w"uuuK monaier ui arms "lachosls" had not been replenished. '0,neth " a PK0,ot sl?mler w,. All that was obtained in that porlou ?l,e' wertt a moment later, came from a single specimen of tho yer, when the snako had been lMiicchoad vlpor. captured In Brazil plf eU V1?'1 1X0 Ub e' uls uead cJov by Mr. Constantino Hering. who had ,ur , I'''"xl. and Dr. Dltmars been sent to that country by the eelzwl hlm '" a BraBP' aermnii government In tho interests Holding tno reptile close to his of medical science. The technical body, with tho head pointing out term for tho venom Is ' lachesls," .ward, Dr. DItmars gave tho Blgnal, derived from tho name of the snake, 'd Keopor Snyder thrust Into tho lachesls trlgouoc.iphaliis. snake's mouth tho rocoptaclo whlcli The operation, which was directed ;ad been proparod to rocolvo the by 13. W". Ilunyon, ot this city, venion. it was glass, ot unusual through wnoso efforts tho snako was captured ,and brought to Now York, was a comploto success and as a re sult science oneo moro has a plenti ful supply of tho sorum which has been found almost Invaluablo In the treatmont of oxtromo cases ot In- sifnlty and also of many of the ma- llgnant disease. Tho extremely powerful nature ot the lancehead's venom can bo no better described, probably, than by the declaration of one ot tho scion- tlsts who witnessed tho operation, When the nnrllmiK fnlr 1i:ii1 linnti When tho perilous task had been completed and tho precious fluid ob. tallied had been carofully weighed and found to bo less than a third of an ordinary teaspoonful In quantity, ho announced that supply was ample to meet tho demands of the world for at least a half contury. Ho explained nt the same time that this would provide for tho most widespread uso.ot tho Forum In all tho malignant diseases such as ty phoid and scarlet fever and diph theria, So poworful Is tho action that It Is prescribed only In the most PH1CCE TWO CWNTi. rrasas BANDIT who had awaited for somo Umo tho opportunity to end his life. Jtalsull's rull name was .Moham med Er Palsull. Ho was -10 years old and delimited in tho title Mila countrymen had given htm. ' or "Scourgo ot Morocco." Tangier re ports say ho was slain noar Tazer ont by members or tho Klklmea tribe. riously and perhaps ratally Injured today wthon a clilmuoy on a build ing adjoining tho school, was blown Into tho yard. The chlldron woro burled undor tho debris. minute quantities, the largest potion commonly used containing only ono . Iten-trllllonth of a grain. From that point tho trluratlon continues down. ... to a point whore figures would bo useless In attempting to describe Jt. Those who participated In tho oper ation today were Dr. Raymond L'. D'tmars, curator of reptiles at. tho park; Dr. St. Clair Smith, one of .tll leading homeopaths of tho couu- ltr':, "eaukeeper CliarJes B. Snyder 1 l iiu iiw auu nir. uuuyuu, Those wlio had gathered around tho tablo, expecting to see tho deadly vlpor brought Into tho 100m securely caged woro thrown almost (Into ,a l,anl w"e Headkooper Snyder a uwaiuu ui uiu umm 01 uio pussagowuy ,strengtii( and tho wide aporturo h tho top had boon covored with a wleoe of medicated gauzo and securely fixed In placo. vr AVJ1011 tho recoptaclo was at a polu less than a half Inch from tho vip ers nose thero was a lungo forward .so quick that tho eye could scarcely (follow It, tho mouth was thrown op- en, tho lips which covored tho cruel fangs woro curled back, and with a snap tho fangs toro through tho cloth, the Jaws closed sharply and tho poison, enough to kill a dozen inon, Itmnrtrwl linmnlnnalv Intr. V, irlno." Tho snako will bo kept In captivity and It ho survives It Is llkoly that other oporatloua will bo porforme from tlmo to tlmo and tho future supply of tho sorum mado socure. possibly for centuries. It la hardly likely that tho viper will live lbag fliowovor. This Bpeclmen has uott eaten since ha was captured In the wilds of Brazil, moro than a moqUi ngot ahd tho experts at the zoolog ical park say that unless ho coon ac copts' nourlahmoiJt ho will languish and dlo . CHILDREN FOR SCIENCE fc'. M . .fa , J2iiZ,. a)fc liiiki MUkn u . ij -'''"'igLl1 1j-,- y--.