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I8.-There has been splen- dl ] weather tOdJJ , htch Is I the twenty.fllth annlvenar of Oravelote , which had so de- . cisive an Influence upon the I ranco.lruslan war. The annh'enary was signalized hereby by the laying of the foundation stone of the natonal monument to the late Emperor WI- Barn I. by his grandson , Emperor William n. , In the presence of many of the German Elvcelgns and ] other ( lignitaries. The pro. ceellngs or.ened at 8 this morning The colors amI standards of the various regi- ments , crowned with oak leaves , were brought up on the ground , a richly decorate ImperIal standard ] ] being displayed In the center - ter of the groUIJ. All the houses In the rielgiborhood were tastefully decorated , the wIndows and balconies showing streams of bunting and the route being crowded with ! . ' . At 9 o'cloclt a' gaily attired spectators. ( a lourlsh of trulpets announced the arrival of Emperor William , who was received by Chancellor van Ilohenlohe. The emperor deposited - posited under ] the foundation stone of the monument to his grandfather a memorial document , In whIch he referred to the en- th\slantc upriIngs or the German nation under his grandfather , Emperor William the Great who hall restorel to the German na- tons their ardently desired unity and hal lucceeded In securing for the newly ] arisen empire its proper weight In the system of pitites. - Itltes.TO WhOM HONOR IS DUE Then , adresslng ( the brilliant l"sembly , i. . , Emperor Wiiam ! saId : "The self-sacritlcing f accord of the German IJrlnc , the \ \ Ise coun- lel and ] energetic support of Van flisimmaick , the consummate strategy and genius of Van Molke , the ulequale(1 ( courage and Iblty of the commllHers ] of the arumy and before all , or Crown Prince Frederick Wlllm , the devoted fidelity of Field Marshal van Bean and ] the discipline of the people , rendered success certain. "Hut also , In the direction of works of peacl the emperor was untiring to his last breath In active furtherance of the welfare actve of the working classes. The statue or Wi- lam thc Great should form a testmony oC the Inextngul hlhle gratitude of the princes and , people of Germany. " At this point Count van Lerechfe1 , the Davaran : envoy plenipotentiary , handed Empenr William a trowel , requesting that his majesty would lay the foundation of a c : ) memorIal , which would remind German or the greatest perIod ot her history , and whIch the entire nation desired to erect to the founder of its unity and greatness. After the emperor halt spread the cement on the stone Barn Van Ituel-flerenborg , president oC the itechstag ! , gave his majesty a mallet , at the same time declaring the memorial would be a bronze monument of inextinguishable - extinguishable gratitude or the nation. Emperor William thel tapped , the stone thrice with the mallet , saying : "In memory of the rJlen ; In recognition of the living and for the emulatcn oC future genera- . tians. " , tons. c The ImperIal and royal personages present beginning with the Crown Prince rederlck 'Wllam , mind ] the Grand Duke oC linden . then tapped , ] the stone In succession whHe ! a salute of 101 guns was firel . and tle bands played. Superlntendent.General Faber de- Iverel a short address and after the benedic- ton the bam played "Nun Hauke ] Aie Gatt. " Chneelor Van 10henlohe pOpJSII ] three ! s , cheers for the emperor which were given with time greatest enthusla m. The troops presented dir Kaiser. arms " and the bands played "lel The whole ceremony was most brHlnt Inl all who witnessed It \ ore deeply 1m- pressed. The surrounding streets were thronged wih IJersens who hal gathered to witness the ceremony. Among those present were Count herbert van lhmarck and Ur Von Schenlngcr. nANQU TTJm TIlE IPEROR. . ' In the evening the emr.pror attended a , * " banquet at Potslam , given br the FlrEt I Jrlgale of Foot guards , to celebrate the nnniversary of 1870. Hepl'lng to a toast to lls ] hlalth , the emperor Mid : " \'ith a foil heart I thank you for thE beautiful words which have given expression to the feelings of all comrades here embled. I.'rom this spot my granalier. of bless" ] memory , dispatched the battalions of the first regI- mont of the guards on their much Into the field. after atilre"sing thel with Inspiring word hero I was that the first regiment ( f the guards In order to experss on the occasion of the tenth anniversary of his cor- onation. received his thanks and acknowledgements - ments for theIr service during the war I wi be brief , for today , facts speak for us. The great success which the arlY , under , the lealerhhJ oC Emperor Wilam , and more especially the Prussian guards , achieved erlvel Its origin from the precepts instilled Into us by the bheeetl memory. What was It that constituted the great strength of the ? army , , "I was implicit submission to the will of Its sUllreme commander Therefore we ought constantly to remember the three virtues which he described lS the main Illars or the army-couragE honor and Implcit obedience - once Let us , with unremitting efforts , muln- taln and strengthen these qualities. Then will the army remain such as th'-great cmii- Ileror created it. I wi then Corm a basis for the peace or Europe and justy the saying - Ing of Von Moitke : 'W' are not only strong \ enough to maintaIn the peace of Europe , but to enforce it. ' With hearlel congratula- tons to time brigade on the occasion of this Iorlous festival , which It Is enabled to celebrate - . , brate In company with lan ) " brave comrades who fought the battle of St. Prival I raise my glass semi ] drink to the health and welfare of time First 1 brigade ot the whole bOdy or guards and my scaly . " Glsiit. : : \ l'I'IiI.IO w's EXCI.YiEn. Noni' hut t Iii' IDri'tiiloweii . to ' Vfl. II4N tImi' Ct'reiuoni..s. LONDON Aug. IS.- ' dispatch : to the Time Cram Berlin , which will be published tomorrow , dwells upon time delays and diAl- cultes tn the Ilery of the memorial to Em- I Serer William I. and says that I does not . appear to be known what ahterat'ons have . ; ' been made or will be made In the des1gn In order to keep the expense within the lmit the Rclehstag has prescrIbed. I Is certalnl to bl hoped , the dispatch says , that It wi i.me In\CenH ) to apply to Parlament for a f' eim grant. which Ilght las'I' lead to a rCJcltln of thE unpleasant : lsclulons : which unfortunately characterized time history ot the , memcrlJI To.IY's ceremonlcs bore little re- scmblance 10 ' nrtonal frsth'lt ) I" , mmmiii. lacy ehuJctc was Its mo&t prominent feature The general ll1blc ws ecluded and thl reg- ulatols of time Ilre for closing the there ( ul1hes In the nfhhborhrod % of the SchlQKS rflhell I "ere severe , \'fn for flerilmi. I Is 10tlurprlpll ( timerefore . thzt complaints were ' rhed slmlhr , , tn ( hose hflnl at the op ulnl of the Ile'rh.t g. I WK" e.pechly remarked - 'l marked tht lt thE laying of time kttonE of the Ualie rtlnl , time pr slll'nts of the lelch . tag. aM the rll lesentath'e of the Ilello , followed - . _ . _ , lowed the ch'cel r In the tapping of the V. Itone. Tu'y ! were to.by rejated to the la.t hr" _ _ _ ( h'rmll1 IiwmmIjei.l II"truetul" . l' \ iS , Aug. 18-Uesp11 the prohibition F come of the old soldiers of the war of lS70 from D.ms."t craned time frontier to Aman. v\eu to place wreaths upon the tombs of the ( Oerml 10hUen The 'Huch police trnti them pol t e\ . but IOIlte : upon the removal Cf the IOlcrlptons from the wre3b. : - - > k. ' J . ! r\1. .t . . ' . . : CIWIO'JI SUhlI'ltlSIi ) A'r UWi'gH. hiss Su Pnul tu I"hii , lh IIIm Trent- lelt Its Jlllnl.l. LONDON , AUK I8.-A representative of the Associated IJreU found Mr. Hcharll Croker at Newmarket today and , accompanIed him back to London , seeking to secure from him an interview on political affairs In New York No amount of persuasion , however , could Induce him 10 talk about Jals J , Martin's assumption of the leaoershlp of Tammany. " 1 ha\'e nothing to say , " was his repeated reply. lie showed surprIse , however , at the news and finally observed : "Whoevcr takes the Tammany leadership has a big contract on his hands. " Mr. Croker was then asked ] about the course of the Hoard ] of Polce CommissIoners In New York , In reply to which he said : , "It would nol be fair to crUise them at this distance , ) jmmt . judging ] from the amount of space the New York correspondents of the London paper are givIng . them daily , they must be rising Cain. " Mr. Croker was asked regarding the Inter- view with Mr. Dwyer , which was published In London ( last week , and In whIch he com- rlllned of unfair treatment at the hnnJs of the Britsh turf authoriies , Mr. Croker ex- I Ilressed hIs surprise at Mr. Dw'er's remarks and ( ] sid , "If he Is correct ) quoted , I am sorry he said it. As far as I am concerned I have been trelte , ] In the most agreeable man- nor , and I , upposel Mr. Dwyer receIved the same treatment. One should remember that racing conditions here are different from thofe In America. " ! r. Croker says that he has change his mind about going to the Dublin here show next week , where he Intended to trot his i horse Spy Wike ! . But he Is to stay here ' lie Is moving his hors s from Newmarket to the Bouth of England for the winter. lie says the three geldings recently arrived from America are In fine condition and he thInks they will wlu races next season. lie has named them Yale , harvard and Princeton. Mr. Crolter Is greatly elated over time re- ceipt of a cableram announcing that his son has passed an examination to enter Yale A prominent New York democrat , who Is here , mays that James J. Martin's relations with suit Crokcr. Bourke Cockr.n are too intimate to i IHAZ'S IS.'I'lnxSSUlt n. I" h'"u Xo Iutlltou , 'h..ther I. . " 'oiili At'm'rit n I'olrll 'I'criii. MEXICO , Aug 18.-Preparations are makIng - Ing on n ! rn,1 , scale for celebrating the an- nlvenary of nntonl independence anl ( the birtimday of Pretdent Daz , whose nomination hy the liberal party for the fourth consecutive term Is practcaly assured Although he has given no Intmaton that he will accept leaders of his party are going ahead ' with preparatons for rmomnlmmatng him , and the convention will be called at a late early I ' the coming 'eu. A number oC English capitalists are engaged In Cuera\aca as guests of l'resident Hamp- son or the Mexican Pacific & Cuernavaea railway , examlng sites for.Cactorles and brew- erIes. Cueravaea has abundant water power and Is famous as a healh resort havng : been the winter homo of Emperor laxlmLlan and In ancient times of lernando Cortez. Secretary Buler of the American Illpton Is threatened with pneumonia. The absence of the minister leaves the legaton somewhat crippled. The news received here today that Min'ater Hansom was not eligible for the mats- Fen excites Interest , and one of the ph's\- \ clans says that If he had returje(1 ( he could not live In this capital but would have to reside ' 11 Tolucca , when- the aIr Is drier and more bracing The movement Ln behalf of the appointment oC Consul General Critenden as m'nlster will be renewed If It Is definitely sel- ted that Hansom will nol return. _ g"IlnrllJ time luh'rlor uf Alaska. LONDON , Aug. 18.-Harry De W'nt , the well known traveler and explorer , In an In- telvlew today said : "After a winter lee- tore tour In America I Intend to start In Apri for Vancouver.'Ia Sitka to Mount St. ] las , whence I will attempt to cross a hitherto UnexlJlorel part of Alaska to Prince oC WaiN cape ammd thence proceed to 01- jlgu , Okhotsk Yakutek , Irkutsk. Tomsk .nd . hlme through Hussla. The object or the journey Is to explore Alaska and to study beria. the condition " of the political exiles In SI- Sh'I.I ( ' " ' AIOIJ t lit. 'I'ronll. Cant iisii' . LONDON , Aug. IS.-The Times 111spatch from la\lna says : The sickness among the , Sp1nlsh troops does not abate A battalion I of the Guadalajara regiment quartered lt M&'ara , province of SantIago de Cuba , re- ports that six officers ( led within a few days. The volunteer display no enthusiasm They are paid $30 In gold monthly while servin ! Heports from all the provinces concur - cur that the conditIon of the country grows worse daily. I Is Impossible to obtain an advance to day laborer emi the plantations. Ih'u'h of ( k'mierzml ( ouUz 1.urh'd , TAMI'A , Fia. , Aug. 18-Hpports Cram Cub tonight are that General raxlno Gomez IIIl from consumption July 31. Other re- ports are that he died from the Efects era a wound. The autonomist party was to hold a meet- lug In havana tonight , called by Marcos Garcia , to ask Spain to give Cuba autonomy . Cubans here deny that GOhCZ was ever af- fcted with consumpton , and as the report Is not omclal , they attach no hnportlnce to it. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Clhli" itit Isisig \ 'il miii teers In : \ ( . . lea. MEXICO , Aug. 8.-Cuban revolutionary agents are beIng reported to be enlisting retired military omcers from the retrel mitary Mexican army , anll announc today that a numhcr of veteran ofclr have embarked for the seat of war. There Is no doubt of zealous activity Imolg Cuban agents here Ad- vices from Central America are of the same tenor , and men are volunteering there for the same service. Al 1"lt ) . for time 101 'ro 'rrlul. CITY OJ' mxrco. Aug. IS.-The prelm- nary panal of jurors for the Verastmmgui- Homero duel , ] trial has ben made and , ] names drawn , Including wel known and impartial citizens , whose verdict w ! receive publc ! ap- probation. I has been several times reported that Colonel Homero had fled , but he has made no attempt to get away and Is In daily consultation with his law'er. I'UI' ( ' C'I"hrnh' Ills F'h' Iimy ' . ItOME , Aug 18.-Tolay. which Is the fete day of his patron saint , Joachim , the pOpe i received the congratulations of the cardinal of the nobility , etc. lie In\.lel his \Isltou Into his and discoursed library Ilscoursed for an hour upon tim revival of religion In Italy and upon various Catlmolic questIons. lIe Catholc liles lons. Il appeared - pearel In goat health . Cou"nlnr n"II'.Jtun I i'zi Iiur' . I.ONUON , Aug. 18.-The Shanghai carre" rlJOIUlent of the Times telegraphs us follows - lows : "The consular expedition to Ku-Cheng hUb proved futile. Chlna's attitude In trIllIng wlh thb serious question Is likely trltlng to further trouble , " Gunrltug lie l'IUUJI Caimni. COLON , Aug. ] S.- lltar ) ' guard , cons't- Ilnl of ColombIan soldiers , arc being stationed I along time line of the Panama S canal. - Out In sis . \.nnll..1 time 1IImen . OUTllE , Old , Aug. 13.-Danlel H. thrown , a merchant from tie Seminole res en'alon , brings Intormaton of a dastardly comniiiteit nearIbrch. . crlma commie near ' A gaug of Creek luJans aol , negroes , wih several whlo outlaws , raided Samuel Norford's store and aUer "mpltpl , gutllg : the place as- noted Ji ] otherwise mIstreated live women In the ntIKhborhoot ] , two of whom will die. nl" ( ' ( " 'r.1 u IIh Gold 1'\111. YmGINI.CITY , /mmg IS.-There Is can- .hlnablc ex(1tI ( nt over the discovery of gold quatz In thc PJdr,1 mine , In Silver City , fix mailer from \'Irg'n ' ! , manuel P : . droll , a rancher , has discovered I ledge on his r.nch "ortIng $ iOO per tun. lie made a . . . cleanup of $10,000 yesterday . I'lermty more of the IJme ore I In sIght and assays going up te flPJ imm' : tOi have be : obtained - ' . " - ' , . ' , . , , . .5 OPENING UP . - TO CO nIRCE South Dakota fir Get a Concession from Nicaragua GIVEN LAND FOR A STEAMSHIP LINE Nes'I't'legrmmmit lhe Cuu.truetc.1 b ) ' the u'rumeut Into tile ' In- tenor uf the Cuuutr-Cnule. . of 'Iruuhlel Immitimimis. ( Cof'rhhl < . lS9 : by the Associated Press . ) MANAGUA , Nicaragua , July 27.-Corre- ( spondlnce of the Associated Press.-The Na- tiom'al telegraph line has ben completed through the very sparsely populated district of time easter part of the Department of Chontals to tle town of llama , at the head i of steamship navigation on the Duefe\s ] i ! rlnr. From Hama to Duefells by the steamer ( ( only route ) requires eIght imours , and from llama per steamship to New Orleans Is four and a hair to five da's. The go\'ernnent of Nicaragua has not yet opened this line to the public ; but will most lke ! do so In a few days. I Is possible , however , that this telegraph line . built by natvs amid ] ext ndell through the green and frequenty wet folnge of trees will be unrelable , as the telegraph line constructed three year ago has been , from San Juan del Norte westwarlly , near the canal route In con- necton with the National . telegraph lnes In western Nicaragua. A South Dakota company , represented by Mr. J. Lasher , completed on July 10 a contract - tract with the governmenl of Nicaragua to run tinder Nicaragua's nag a suitable steamship - ship bimonthly along the Carlbbean sea- coast of Nlcaraua , entering all navIgable rivers and carrying the malls . free , also carrying - Ing free and feeding twent.fve Nicaraguan soldiers each trip , or that equivalent , when reouestel to do so bY the government. The contract Is 10 twenty ) 'ear the South Da- Iwta company to receive about 62.0 acres oC land , but the ship Is to be used excu- sively by the govrnment of Nicaragua whenever It deires to do so , and In the event of loss while In the governnment's hands the compan Is to receive .000 acres additional of lands , all subject to the approval - pro\'al of the next congress of Nicaragua , which Is to meet In January next. Mr. J. Z. Perse , C. Ii. , Cormerly assistant engineer In the survey under Engineer Ien- oeal of a route for a canal across Nlearagna , has just returned to Managua , enrolte to his coffee estate In latagalpa , from accompan- lag over the canal route the engineers Colonel Wilam I.udloIajor M. L Eml- cott , Mr. M. E. Noble , appointed by the government - ernment or the United States to examine that route. Whie Mr. Perse declares that he does not know what will he the report of I the United States board of commissioners In reference to the canal , Its harbors , cost etc" , he hopes It wi be very favorable amimi I fully slstaln all the surveys amid estmates made and reported by the canal compan"s engineers July 11 , whIle the partisans of the pres- ent government of Nicaragua were celebratIng - lag their natal day ( July 11 , 189) ) , when the liberals defeated the conservatves In a few rmlshes between the cites of Lon and Managua and entering the later took charge oC the government , the Indians II the department - partment of latagalpa suldenly changel from their usually sulel manner to open threats and dlbturbanceb. There were about . 5,000 Imls In that and the adjoining de- nartment of Jenoteca. The soldiers In Nlca- ragua ale nearly all either Indians " or 'I imali- brceds. But ve-y few of the Latln.Amerlcans are enlisted or conscrlptld Into the arm ) cx- ceptlg the officers , consequent ) the condi- ton of tIme Laln.Amerlcans and of the North Americans In time department becamc very alarming. The government or Nicaragua dispatched - : patchel additional soldiers there , ali rc- I centy a commissioner In the hope to Induce the Indians to become quiet and comply with tIme labor obligations 10 which they have beum themselves. At this date . July 20. time results are not known here. The talc and complaint of the Indians Is that the Virgin Mary , recently In friendship to the Indians , Inrorme ( some of their prln- clplI men and women "that the great spirit intended to visit that section of the country I with a series oC severe disasters , intended to punish the occupIers of those lands , until fourteen yean ago owned by the Indians , and that the Indians must assemble at the parochial - chial churc1es frequenty and attend mass , " The ultimate cause of this perturbed condl- lon Is that unti , say 1889. their woods con- tamed wild game and fruits enough to feed them without work. Now all those lands are cattle haciendas , coffee estates or cocoa es- bites , and new all the Indians have been tempted by small sums oC money , $10 to $20 , under the laws of Nicaragua , to sell their labor a.l ] that of theIr wives and children , and are forced b ) civil and mitary authori- ties of Nicaragua to work In an effort to comply with their labor obligations. ( A dispatch - patch received by the Assoelate\ \ press exclusively - elusively since this letter was written announced - nounce that the trouble among the Indians of the department or Iatagalpa hal been settled by the Indians agreeing to fulfill their "labor obligations . " ) The weather Is unseasonable , too dry and dusty , and the need of sufficient rains on the , 'oleanlc-Cormel lends In western N'caragua has cause ( ] a perceptble falling of In the CJf- tee berries to 3 per cent , ale the new twigs developed this year are so very smal and growing so slowly as to presage In 1696 not more than 60 per cent of the usual crop of cofee , This unseasonable weather Is also causing more fevers than usua\ The politIcal disagreements between Nic- aragua aud Costa Wca are unsettled , increasing - Ing In number amid intensity and threaenln to resul ere long In an appeal to arm , for wlcl event both sides appear to be getting ready with quiet but unremitng . - effort. IHI. I S C\ 'I'I.g GU'l"l'iiI ) \ PIU . Ilh'rlnr nr th. . PUlnl. 111t11J I. I'rmm'tlenily ' ltiiiimeml. CHICAGO , Au ! 19.-lI. I. hiolnies' caste at Slxt-thlrl and Walace streets which Is said to have been the scene of numerous murlers ] by the owner , was Ilco\'erE1 to be on fire at 12:20 : this ( Monday ) mornIng. 1\ 2 a. mmi. the fire Is under control I did net extend beyond the "castle. " This famous building has for some time Pt been tenanted only on the ground floor by a drug store and [ mal restauant , and I was In the later the tire started . The Interior of the buiding was practically ruined . The loses will aggregate U5,000. _ _ _ _ S _ _ _ _ CIII.JUI Cllnnllnr.1 to Hnn. CINCiNNATI , Aug. IS.-When the returns from the county conventions yesterday showed such general endorsement of ex. Governor James E. Campbell for the nomlns- ton for governor a the democratIc state convention next week , the coresponlent or the Commercial Gazette called on him at his home In Hamilton . Ito stated m05t em- phaticaliy that he could not accept the nom- Inaton I It was tendered him unanimously. He said his present tnanehl condition was such a to make It impossible to devote his time to poltcs , Meantime the fact Is published that his friends have' secured , a large supply or lithograph- pictures of him and badges and mesn to nominate him. They say they wi see that all his expenses I are paid _ _ _ p _ _ _ .Inhl Clilu h ) . l'n'IIJ 1'1" , CICAGO , Aug. IS-Yerterda U7S.000 was distributed among the creditors of John Cud- ahy being the frt payxmiermt 25 per cent , mall In discharge of the lab1t ( scheduled against the speculator when he placed his estate In rquldatou two years ago 'orty- five firms had clalma on the fund the largest payment to al ) ' one being ! $ .0.00. Amounts rangIng from 7,000 to $45,0 were distrib- uted among the other firnis. Wben John Cudahy luspenrle payment during the panic of 189 hIs IsbLltes were , with one tcep- tion . the largest of an ) man who ever failed I I ! In the Board or Trade He owed $1,524,000. ' . . " . . " _ _ _ . . . " . MI'ST T.IU A n ' Clltl STAXn. : lnne ) ' II.h'II11 Not I'r.s'ent urlhcr Outrnl ( ' " uu MisslutmitrIt's. TACOMA WUh. , AUK. 8.-Time Ledger re- coked today by mal from Shanghai the first copy to reach this country from Re\ Dr. Endicot , D.I , who was delegated by the American ana Canadian missionaries to Investigate ant report upon the Chens.Tu riots In Sze-Chuan provlncl. Tb report Is lengthy and gives a detailed account of the troubles , corroborating time AssocIated press reports. Dr. EndIcott went to China Cram Winnipeg two years ago , being rent by the Canadian American Missionary soclet ) On May 26 the day before thc outbreak In Cheng-Tu , he , together wIth his wife , Ur. Hal and Dr flare , left Cheng.Tu for Kia- Tong , 120 miles away. They did not learn of the trouble until June I , when several boat- loads of the Cheng-Tu mob went to Ka- Tung and began inciting trouble. As the am- cals refused to afford any protection , the party went down the river whim numerous other missionaries to Shanghai , where 1)r. Endicott's report was finished three weeks ago. Ur. Endicott's conclusona : are as follows - lows : . "The history of pat rlohl does not encour- age us to hope for much In ( he way of dIscov- ) erIng the real origin of thue , but the can- elusion Is forced upon lS thaI the highest officials were In sympathy with the rioters. The omcials hal ample power In their hanls to quell the riot at Its very beginning , for there was an abundance Qf arms and 3mlunl- tdn at Ku.Cheng. la ( ] the officials been friendly some of these forces would have been quickly utilized tb quel the disturb- ances. The viceroy La chiefly responsible for the riots lie Is known to be anti-foreign. " The report states that a CrIss has been reached In which missionarIes should change their policy , and he thinks Jhe Mandarins shoull be made to unlerstan ( ] that they must treat American , British ana other natbns with respect and afford them protection , that unless this Is done the outook for the mis- sionarIe In the Interior of China will be lark Indeed. concludes "A - lie : mooney compensa- ton for the loss of property Is not imfclent to compensate for thLs. The condemnaton of the viceroy Is worth infinitely more at that juncture than 11110ns of money. " p - OVIlItL.O.tI)111) - A ! 3tA1I. llO.YV . Capsized . n H"1 uu11 ! e'n . uf tIme ( ) eeiiimlimIts ' \'re Uro" " .I. OCEAN SIDE , 11. , Aug. IS-By the over- loading of a smal pleasure boat an entire famiy was drowned and two other Camiies are In mournIng. A party or farmers Cram the neighborhood of Frankford and Shelby- vile , Del. . hal a fish fry on Grey's creek , s branch of the Isle of Wigh bay , with bathIng , fishing amid amusements. Wiiam ' lulson carried a party of nine cut sailing I' and as the boat was abut .to come back , the women or the party jumped screaming on the high side . capsizing the little craft , which \al hardly large enough to carry five persons. Time following seven were lawned : William Stern , aged 45 , Phlaelphla ; Laura Storr , his wife , aged 35 , and his daughters , Ida , aged 16 , and May , aged 1 : Myrtle Stevens , ael 16 , I daughter of Joe Stevens of Shelbr- ! yule ; Llra Hail , aged 19 , and her sister , Lulu near Hall , Frankfort. aged 1 , daughters of Eli S , Hal of The capsizing eccurrel within 200 yards of the shore and In water only S2ven feet Ieep. ( Mr. Storr had only one ham ] amid was blind In aie eye , but was al expert wimmer. He succeeded In getting his two daughters on the bottom oC the boat and was getting his wire on when the girls became scared amid . anl slipped off the boat amid clung to their par/nts and together the four perIBh . .1Iu1mmn : , who . was sailing the boat , got iHItwo hair 'glni ! on the boat and was < trying to save Miss Stevens , when they shipped oft and were drowned. Two other young women who were . n the boat were rescued by a fisimermnan. \Ir. Storr was found shortly after and his family anti ] Miss Stevens' body was found today by haulng a selne. , Large partes arc searching for the bodes of the other two. " . I KNIGht'S : Ig.\ngl POl CHSCI.\YC. SllrtlJ un Sin''Imml'i'rmmlnm4 n1 Steummi- . 'r. fur 1"'ul. PARSONS , Kan. , Aug 1S.-The Knights Templar oC Eoutheaster KallPas and the In- Ilan Territory embracing eight commanler- les , leave tomorrow on a special train over the Missouri , Kansas & Texas enroute to the twenty-sxth ! triennial conclave at Boston . The train wi consist oC seven , Canadian Pa- cilia sleeping cars , one 'Ioach and baggage car , and it will be one of the most hanlomel ) decorated trains that ever heft thIs ecton oC the country , the engine alone beIng a mar- vel of loveliness , and cannot Cal to attract the attention of the people along the entire route. On the front of thl engne : a mammoth - moth red cross has been placed with an open bible undereath , with two columls surmounted - mounted by a globe on either , side of the lmeadhtgimt. The cab and tender are also pro- Clsely decorate wlh emblems of the order , the whole presenting a very artistic appear- people. ance and reflects gret credit upOn the "Kat ) ' " NAShVILLE , Aug. 18-Yestermlay ( two par- ties , consIstng of Knights Telplar , their famlies ! and friends. " Camles rrlenl numbering sixty-three persons , left for 105 ton , via Snvannuh , Ga. , and thence by steamer to t attemid the immeeting anl atenl meetng of the Knights. 1 : Valeta and Nashville ellmanlerles were reprem.enteml. Othert wi leave during the present week. SAN FRANCSCO , Aug. 18.-Today Cal- foria commandery No. I , Knights Templar , left for Boston , to tend the triennial con- cla\'e. Tomorrow Golden Gate eommanlery and Oakland commanlery will start for Boston. " % 'ni 1\ UI lie Flreiimen. SIRNGFIELH , 0" , Aug. 1S.-Flre started In the Engine room of the Patent Sleel Whip company ths : afercon , de3roylng machinery and the three. tory brick and frame buildings . entailing a loss of $20OO on stock and machinery and HOOOO on the buildings. A brisk wind blew parks two blocks off and burned three one.stolY fran1 buildings , and set fire to other bouses A brick wall fell on twelve men Ex-Firo Chief H. Q. King h:1 three rib broken , also Internal ] Injuries. Firemen Charles Thrope , John Weir and harry Todd were burn l and bruised , but not eerlousy. ) -5- 011.1 th , ' X'n' IirIisre to 'Vram lilt' . LOUISVILLE , Aug. 1S.-Tbe lg ! Four ran its passenger train Into LuIsie over the Luisville and Jefersonvie bridge st 8oclock. This Is the bridge on wblc _ so many lives were lost during itt cntrlcUon , The brllge , : , with its approaches Is about two mie ! long. leglnnlng today regulr tralDs will be run over the new bridge , whlcl will be an Important - portant mater for this ciy , Suburban trains will probably be put In operation elmortly. and a large space of Country , I be brought In direct communicaton ! with Lauisvlile. CII' " . , .oh..1 Ih''r p times ) Inll LhH' . MIDLETOWN , N. Y. . Aug. IS.-At an early hour this morning the Ontario & Western - era train No. W : , westbound ; crushed Into two box cars , whl projected from a siding over the main tracks at Uer bDrt'B bay near Oneida. Fireman J. Cooper was Inrtanty : klel , EnginEer Kinney and Brakeman J. Breell were bthhiy Injured The responsibility for the accident hiss . nol . been " , fxed , " ' ( 'lt 1nl ( " 'lmIis' Y.ltlJ. . RAN BEItNARDINQ . Cal. . Aug. 18.- James I' . Gordon ex-mayor d St. Paul , Neb " wu commnittei . to the highlands Insane asylum yesterday. lie came from his home In Nebraska about ten days ago to visit frlens bere. His insanity was cause by I business reveres ; together with relIgious I exetement. ! . ' 1 . . .tlg or tim . Xntnlll Ir.'lgrhlll. COLUMBUS , a. , Aug. I8.-The national meeting of the Ieutlcer Kriegrbund opell , . ' have been In this city Mnday. I'repuatonu made to entertain about 4,000 villorp , There will be about 1,00 delegates , Tomorrow will bA \'Ialton spent In the receplcn o 4cltltj and . . . i . . . . .1 :4 " . . . " IANY SETTLERS IN DANGER I forest fires Sweeping Trough Washington . ton and Idaho VILLAGERS ARE MAKING A lARD FIGHT Iru1lleetor1 mmmm.i I.mmimiln'rimi'mm ( ) Arc Semmtteremi 'Ih . rOI/h the ' 11 I her " % 'Ili Ilmmve I Inr,1 'l'hue H' g.eule. CHICAGO , Aug. ] S.- ' Thnes-Heral ] spe- cia ] from Spokane , Wasim , says : Forest fires continue to spread wih fearful rapidity throughout Stevens county In this stat , Koot- emmay and Sh08ho'le counUe8 , Idaho , amid In the mining districts across the line In British Columbia For two days Hossland , B. C. , the booming camp n Trail creek mining town , hums been threatened on all sides. Every ablebodlel man In the town emit ] mines surroumlng has been fghtng day ant ! night to save II rrom destruction , and b ) ' herculean efforts the ) ' have stmc'ceetied. The flames are now many mlcs away , licking up everything In their path. Not only are the fires destroying grand ! forests of tmber , but have wiped out the cabin bomes and , mppl'jes of many a miner , amid ] In many In- stances have thy had to fee for their lives. Tales toll by the fugitives of thlr narrow scapes are thl ' llng In the extreme. Three Forks , n email mining town in 'Sb- - can county was burned out completely , and the Inhabiants narrowly escaped. The famni- lies are coming Into luslo and Sloean , footsore - sore and destitute . Muny'hunIreds ( ! of pros- pector are In the mining dIstricts , and fears arc entertained that many will not be heard , of again. 1 the Couer d'Alene country the II fire continues with unabated Cury. Miners and prospectors are deserting their cabin homEs In the path of the fames and arc seeking - Ing refne In places of" safety. INothlng has been heard rrom the little village or Salsea , which was reported threat- ened with destruction . I Is isolated from communicaton by wire and several das may elapse before defnie news can be heard from there. This season hal been a dry one and In a measure accounts for the terrible havoc now beIng done by the flaimmes. p GIVEN A CI\SC ' 10 snll' 1 UI' . Lnw'er " 'll I" In XI llimi'ry ' tip Get Ills Client Out If . Jmiii. POUGHKEEPSIE , N. . Y. , 'itmg . 18.-Wil- lam E. Hopkins , the ex.I < eper of the Mate wan asylum for Insane criminals , who was arrested - rested yesterday for aiding Olver Curtis Perry and his partners to eccapl from that asylum In April last Is stub In jail . Last evening his counsel , State Assessor William H. Wood secured from Supreme Judge Bar- nard a writ oC hablas corpus , on the ground that Hopkins was not legally conimitteti. lie wi not serve the wr't at once , however , as he wants his client , who Is suffering from over indulgence In drink , to stay In Jai long enough to get sobered ( ml ) . hopkins has been promised Immunity by District Attorney Wood In consleraton : oC his turing state's evidence against Emia g. Haswel , the Troy Ilsslonar ) and frlefl of Perry , who , I Is iraid , sent Hopkins the package of diamonds and valuables for which he aided the convicts to escape. Mrs. Haswel has not yet been ort - , _ rct1l ] . though Illstrct ; Attorney Wood and 1 SUIerlntcnlent Wood of the asylum will take out the necessary papers tomnorrow The woman Is at present al Ocean Grove , shadowed - owed by a detective. District Attorney Woo stated tonight that Mrs. laswel Is liable to prosecutiomi on three charges : First , In receiving - celvlng stolen goods : for using the Unied States malls for improper purpose , and ( for aiding tn the escape of a felon , which , 1Ier secton S oC the penal cole , Is male a felony. p \CTIOSAI. Flr.hl'l' 1.'OI CO'VltOL . Ilotli SI.le. ) luldnJ Cimi I pits for Su. I t I.r..tn ' ) ' In 01mm. SPRINGFIELD , 0. , Aug. 18.-Although none or the leader have arrived for the dens- ocratc state convention Tuesday anti Wednesday of this week , yet the ah'ance , or workers and correspondents constitutes quite a crowd. Since the selection of delegates yesterday In the different counties I Is cvi- lent there will be a close fght between the free silver men amid their opponents on the anl 01 ganlzaton and the platform. Time free au- . ver men control the state executive commit- tee. Allen W Thurman Is chairman and the Brice men control the state central com- mitee , of which \V. V. Smaley Is chmairnman The free silver men claim that the returns from yesterday's county conventions show they have a majority - jority of the delegates , but this Is not conceded by the Brice men , who certainly have the better organization . Senator birice , ex.Goveror Campbell and the candidates are expected tomorrow Ils conceded that there will be a hot fght for members of the com- mitee on resolntons amid for places on other commltecs Tuesday. At the district meetIngs - Ings at ! p. m. Tuesday It wi be letermlned who wIll control the convention on Wldnes- day I the free silver men secure the or- anlzalon It Is beleve , ] they will nominate Colonel James Klhourne of Columbus , Thur- man's candidate for governor. T iIKiilt ' 'U Ig A SIlOIt'i' CAMI'AIGN. h'll.r. imf ' 1" Sntliul Cllllt ( . . , , , , 1'miaar it . AI'IH'ur to 1.'lr I. CHICAGO , Aug. 18.-Concerning the view of national committeemen on a long or short campaign the Tlmes-lerall will tomorrow say : ThlrtY-llght national commiteemen , twenty democratic und eighteen republcan , have responded to questions asked by the Tlmes.Herall concerning the policy of holdIng - Ing a short presidential campaign. The vote Is now full enough to clearly Indicate the IJrobable results of the meetings which wi shortly be held by the two nalonal conmmit- tees of the dominant partes , Thl republi. can national ] committee will declare In favor of a short presidential campaign. The demo- cratc national committee wil Ileclle In favor oC a short presidentIal ] campaign unle'8 the free silver element predominates In the councils of the committee. The vote , so far as It has been received and recorded by the Timmies-Ilerald ] , Is as follows : lepublean no- lonal committee : For a short campaign H : against a sharI campaign 3 ; non.commll. 1 ; total , 18. Democratic national committee : For a short campaign , 10 : against , 6 : non- commital , 4 : total , 20. - - his Life , Vmis I l " nlur ( ' . CHICAGO , Aug. 18.-Wiliiamn S. Bernheim , said to be a whIt known resident of Fort Colins , Colo. , commltw suicide In this city at an early Ilour this morning by drlnkln a mlxlure composel of laulanum , rat poison end wimisky. In a note which he left , he rid his health had failed an : that he was tired of life. He ale said his life was insured for $1,000. and directed that the money be I turned over to his cimilmiern. , lie was found ! slng : In a chair In lila room at a hotel , and Ii had apparently been dead for some time. apparenty le3c tme. I Clllr.I .lt's Orson iiisiiij. I WIChITA , Kan. , Aug. 18.-Independent colored ] leagues are being formed throughout the state among negroes who have heretofore . fore affiliated with the repuolcans , ut who have become angered at the scant recog. nllon accord to them In the distributon of appointive offices by the state 8mlnla. ( ] tration . The local league numbers about 300."t _ _ _ S _ _ _ _ 'VtSt Iiikt'r .ImiIt' ii l'miimimiml . \"t : luIH'r.111 , I n"tllll. . 1S.-Tbe vest mmmakcru NEW YORK Aug. vel lakers , who number 20 met last night and decided ] to strike on Monday unless the commtractors reply by that time to their demal for an increase oC 25 per cent In their wages . The cloakmakerl ale decided to make a Inal demand on Monday for the abolition ot the piece system -w- , . . ' - . . " , _ . ' _ , " " . _ " - ' " . L. . CASXOT Itl3i.tIN 1S ' 'II' 0lt1)1lI. I'imu ( l'rt'simie'mtt I. )1. IhuInn If Cud- : 11 " ' 1 tll rn " ' rrtt time . A . I' . . \ . BOSTON , Aug , 1S.-Two yean ego the A. 1. A. was a power In the republcll party In Chelsea and ] elected ] its enmlliuto for . ma'or and aevtral member of the city gov- ermimmient Since that tme the A. 1 A. membershJ has been steadily decreasing Many formerly prominent In the order have deserted. This neck the past l're.cnt ] of tIme organizaton , Havld M. lulhon , severed his connection with tt The reason can best be told In his own words In the folowing let- ter which he sent to eouncl 7 , or which he \ as a mCMber anti ] rormer oflbcer : To the Memher oC Counci 7 , A. P. A.- Gentlemen : I II may enrnelt desire to wih- draw Crom lembr hlp In the counci , miami I mOlt sincerely ' wish thut I ) ' request be grunted without oimjection. 1'01 ame time I have felt omit of place wihin time relherlhlll of the order , owing to nRtural disinciimmntlons , which rlntprl ( al Clrther connecloh with It on mmmy part tn- eonslltent , I cannot , therefore , In ) Justice to lself , longer remaIn In allalon with I ) ) reasons for tnklng mr elf out of the order arc such thnt It woull be bm'tter I think , not to give them Ilblety 1 t this time. I have no desire to ca nn'timimmg con- trmtry to mr ( beep sense or justice and right , hld leave time counci with enl ) ' the best ) or feelings , po far ns aplreclnlon of may per- penal endeavors while a member Is can- cern cml . clrnel. trt111 of A. p A. aIalrf II to may 1111 peculiar amid erlols In its nnttmre , IU far IS affecting the true lnellll18 and ] In- tent of the orller Is concernetl. .10 Innnerto time follies oC tmmmwit' lellershll' within the order at large , the r'IJlou8 I'n- tlmmmemmts b'lnl Introducl'II , the CUlrlO tnken relnrll tlentl recent occurrence'm , etc. , would ( ltnl too mich tune amid preparton for me to undertake the task nt Ilr"Flnt.t ome future time I may Cell more Incllll , nail , In heler condition of m\lll. to make \lhlC \ the errors which have 11een comnmmmitted . altl which , In my oplnlol , mire tlestinmemi to catmt' the complete failure of time real ptmriose of the order. My lmmtense "Anionlcarmismn" impels time Sterm I now take. Itealizing wimat it means to be otmi of time commmmnon felioss'slmip with time A. I' . A. . I follow time cotmree inmiicatc'ml above with , bt'liberation and mitten due coms- mmitieratiomm. Respectfully. 1)A5II ) M. Iii'ISON. Mr. iludson Imas been time leading spirit in time organization imm Cimeisea , ammri immms takemm a prommmlmmcnt hart in time state councils. lie Imas been a factor in Chelsea politics for years , but miever sotmgimt oflico imimmmsclf. S A'l"i'I'I'tlliI 01' CII ( itCh 'l'O S'l'.t'I'll. Is t lie Frlemml of Imimv itismi All Irgltl- motile ( , , iermsmmieimt. I'LATTSBUItG , N. Y. , Aug. 18-TIme fourth annual session of the Catholic aura- muon scimooi closed this afternoon wlmen 11ev , John S. Ilelford deiivem'ed time sermuemn , imis smmbject beimmg , ' 'Time Clmmmrcim and time Itopimb- lie. " lie said : "Time true church mmmust nmake its members good citizens , Time Catholic - olic church is the friend of every legitimmmate government , but it. is indepermtlent of ammy. No doubt the church , like macn , finds one form of government more favorable to its interests amid discipline , but sue succeeds under all and she helps au by teaching obedience - once to autimonity and by fostering every good gift witlmwhiclm God bias biessemb imman. She recognizes no divine night to rule mdc- pemmdent of justice or time will of tIme people , aflb simo teacimes that when rulers becommmo on- just and cease to regard time riglmts of tIme people they becomne tyrants , limmrmisliable by God and by time peolmie. Time cimtmrch canmmot interfere witlm thme state , but sue cmiii say timat a law is unjust amid that it may moot be obeyed. "In judging the church for time things tiono in time mniddlo ages , we must riot separate lmer frons tha age or thm state of society. Emieinles of tlmechurchi do- not lmesitate to deny that she saved Enrope and that lmo was the only moral power ito time world. Time cimurch looks upon time Ammienican republic as a legitimate goverrmrmient. She approves its constitution , but sue does not say timat ii Is an Ideal government. Site believes it is possible to commceive a govermmment In wimich clmurclm and state will be distimoct , but time influence of religion will hoe more felt and Its rights more respected. This is time sense of time late encyclical of Leo XIII. to time bisimops of time Umiited States. "Shoe cannot obey law timat mmmakes marriage dlesobtmble except by deatim ; sime cannot but protest against any systemmm of education tlmt teaches errors or fails to teach religiomo. Sine imolds tbmat there is no nnmore riglmt to spread the poison of error than time polsoim of disease - ease , and she holds that time state should con- troi the speaker anti writer of evil as webb as the maniac and the leper. " 'l'O SECI'LtFi I'AY FOIL SIEfl Glt.tIN. Ael ion ' 1'zt1'im imy Soul Ii ImmIotn OIllt'imtlpm t , , Catch 'I'rIeiy Fit rmmsi'rs. CI1AMBEIILAIN , S. I ) . , Aug. 18.-Spciab. ( ) -A number of South 1)akota counties timat furnished grain to farmers last spring are cx- periencinig considerable ditfictilty in collecting the money duo from mnany of time farmnors. In seine Instances farmers wimo owe timq counties for reed graimo have completed their threshing and ieft for parts unknown , mmot- withstarmdirmg that if caught such action would , under the law , be mieenmed a felony. To guard against any such contingency time conmmnissioners of Miner county have been compeled to prccmmre printed lists of those who received scad grain from tIme county , amid these have been placed on file with elevator muon , Wimen a mnan sells grain who has riot paU for his seed the anmommnt due the county will he deducted by time buyer anti tunmoed over to time county treasurer. W'ith a great mimany tills would not be necessary , but time coma- nmissioners have to serve au alike in order to catch the parties wlmo got seed grains froma the county with no intention wimatever of ever paying for it. Time plan is reported to work so well that it may be adopted by other coo nties , I'rsmet'timis .trouiil Itmi 1m1'i Ci I RAPID CITY. S. D. , Aug. 18.-Special.- ( ) There is considerable activity in prospecting and development ironic going on in the southern Black lulls , though no sensationai strike has been mamla for several months. since July 1 , 1895 timere have been recorded - corded at the register of deed's officce at Pen- nington county 163 mining locations , mostly gold properties. Minions evidently believe there Is immck in old miames , jumiging from the titles to mining claIms recemmtly recorded. "Dcvii's Dream. " "Golden Calf , " "holy Moses , " "Tough Nmit. " "Jim Corbett , " "Coxey" and "Triihy , " arc ea'm pies of t e str k- lag nomenclature. There 1mm every reabon to believe that time greatest activity will continue - tinue and that with the Introduction of Im proved rnetlmods of treating ores many sectiona that have heretofore lain dcrmmmant will before - fore long ramik as Imeavy gold lroducera , I imil let cii iii Fedt'ni ; I Court. SIOUX FALLS , S. 1) . , Aug. l8-Special ( , ) -Time Uniten ! States grand jury yetertlay no- turned seven intbictmnents. It is understooml timat two were agaimmat Pitta anti hayes , tlmo men wino robied tIme stage near Spearflsim , and who are now in jail in SpringfIeld , Mo. , waiting time arrival of ti United States deputy nmarshal , sithm time necessary requisi- tlomm papers to bring tlmeno hero for trial , harry Miller was fineti $50 for selling liquor without having iaid the governrnenmt license. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ( ) ITst'tllmig tli ( Ilis-orem' ilmisimiess , SIOUX FALLS. S. I ) , , Aug. 18.-Special ( , ) -11. F , 'an horn , editor of the Lakota Staatmi Zoltung , pmmbblsimcml here , and Mrs. Amelia A. Mason of this city , were marrIed Frimisy nIght , i.ammmont It. 81mw of Sibley , Ia. , and Miss Emma I , Marvin of this city , wcro mnmarnleii last evening in this city. St romig Case A gil I imst Nm.r.l , L.NlER'yo. ) . , Aug. 18.-Special.- ( ) "Sick" : Nard has had hmi ireilmmmnary ! cx- nm'natn ! at East Thermopoils and has been bcunmil over to time dtstnlct court , \'hile the hmeaning wes goimmg On the prltoner was taken to IIp : room ci Mr. Ewlmmg , tlmo imman whnmmm ime attermmlmteml to rob anti kill , anti wac fuliy ldeutliled as the man who short bun , . - - - - - - , . . . . _ _ _ - CRUShED AND BURNED Terrible Catastrophe Overtakes the Occu. pants of a Deliver HoteL BOILERS IN THE BASEMENT EXPLODED Greater Portion of the Building a Mass o RUInS , - FORTY PEOPLE BURIED IN TUE DEBRIS Firemen Elbgiiged in the Work of Rescue Driven Back by Flanics. REMAINING WALLS THREATEN TO FALL little If Atmy l'rmgrt'ss Citim lIe Misdo 'l'omvurml C lie of iti'st'mitO 'i'IiiiigIt Smimime of tim , ' S'lm' ( hiss Cmiii lie i'his Imsl Seems , IENVEIt , Atmg. 19.-Time ( hmnnimry motel , 1725 to 1733 Lawremmce street , was wrecked by a terrific explosion at 12:10 : a , mom. , time rear hmalf of time btmildimmg , a five-story brick and stomse structure , golnng dowmm witim a cmasim. Time hotel was crowlemh with gtmests onim ! mnialmy of timomim mimmmat imave been killed , as well as time entire force of motel oniiployee , s'iio were sleepimmg in timat imortion of tIme Intmildimmg at time tImmme. 0mm botim subs of I.av- ren'ce frunim Sevemmteentlm to Eigimteemmtis streets anmd on Lanimmoer directly back of tIme hotel time lilato glass wlmmdows of time business bmotmses were blown 1mm anmi a mmmmmmiber of pedes- trimimos svere immjured by fmtliimmg iIlns ? , Tine fronts of nuammy bmnildinigs 1mm tIme vicinity were badly wrecked. Time imotel strmmcttmro for 100 feet nionig tIme alley arid extemmdinmg for severmty-flve feet toward time fronmt is mmmerely a mmmass of debris. Brick anmil blaster are piled in a lmcnp twenty feet ImIgIm , ammd frcnmi timis amass of wreckage camm lie heard the monims of tine irmjsmrcd anti dyimig. GETTING OUT TIlE INJURE ! ) . At 12:35 : five inmjtmrcd persons mad been takemm out. Thmey were all Immmmmatemm of time upper story and sank downm with the iboors , escaping , more fortimniately than tlmose below , rime are still buried in the rtmins. Time fire- mmmen are workimmg like beavers , digging into _ time debris , but are maklmig little progress. Time r'emmmaining portiomm of time builmhimmF , front j. ' wimicim time gmmests are being remnoveml by time laborers as fast as possible , is exectem1 to fall at any nmmomcnt , and precautions to avert Jptlmer loss of iif adds t , time difficulty in , reacimlnmg time ninoad amid Inurem1 , fly somime estImates forty people wee iii time portion of time motel destroyed , nearly all of wlmcnm nmmist be dead. It will be mornIng before a full list can be ohitaimmed. Time cause of time oxplosiomi is unmcertaln , but it is supposed that time battery of boIlers in tIme Imotel basennent mumist mayo c'xplotiel. Time sotmnni of time explosion was imeard thirougimout the city , awaking people in bed a immile frommm time scenic. A cloud of ( lust was thmrown 1,000 teet in time air , animi as there is not a breatlm of winmd it still imammgs 1mm the air like a imuge coburnn , Minute atoms of powdered brick and other deliria are riescemimi. ing like gentle snow. At 12:50 : time ruins are burmming fiercely and the flremimen have been obiged ! to retreat frommm time work of rescmme , Every engine in time city is pouring streanmms Into tim mass , bitt the tlamimes canmnot possibly be gotten nation comotroi before many of tbme tnjure1 move Iieeenm crenmated. Aim time chmances of escape lessen time cries of time imprisoned P001mb are increasIng , imeartrendlng shrieks rising fromn every portion of time great mats of wreckage. FIIIEMEN IN IANGEI1. Fears are now entertained that time front portion of tIme building , whIch seenima to be tottering , wili fail and bury tIme firemen at their work. During time height of the cx- citemmment a hose team ran away on Eighteemith street , stmmmnpeding time great crowd of specta. tors. A nunmber of people were more or less injured by being trammipled anmd by falltng and broken glass , rhicim covers time street and sidewalk in every direction. Electric light wires dangling fronmm broken poles In time alley amliled fresh erit to time firenmen. One horse was killed by coming in contact wIlls a live wire , Two injured womnerm Imad been ainmoet cx- trictated from time ruins wlmen the flames approached so close timat time rescuers had to abandon tlmomu for timoir owim safety. Iizth voices lmavo now been sileniced , fire complet- lag time work conmmenced by time explosion. The bodies of timreo wonmen are also to be seen 1mm tIme back part of the building , but cannot ho roaclmed. lMl'OSSIIILiI TO I1ESCUE ANY. At 1 :30 : tIme flames are still keeping the firemen fronni time work of rescine , except just at the line of time alhc'y wail , Of those pinioned benmoatim tIme debrIs , only two are now tlmought to he alive , both amen from the ) tiftis story , wlmo are still lying ort tlmelr beds , Baths mire covered with several feet of debris mmbatmt their heads anmd can lmarmily survIve an- otbmer half imour. Ainnosit no progress is being mimado in rcleaslmmg tbmcnfm , as the smoke Is blinding tlnemu , The flamnes are only kept back fropm timeir bolics by imalf a dozen streanma of water , ' 4 Thus far sIx persons have been takemi ( rena e , time ruins , all badly injured. In additIon four were severely cut by glass falling into the street. A piece of the cornice of time Cheese. man block at Sevetiteentim amid Lanimnmc'r street , Immily a block from time Gurnry motel , was torn out an' ! fell to time street , narrowly nmimsalng ievcral Imasserab ) ' , The fragment weghed ! at least a ton , In tue wreckert imotei thmelo wa a tier of live or six rooms stretchimng across time roar of time btmiidlng facing time alley on each of tIme upper floors , All 'f timeso raommms are tielieved to have beemm occupied , as people mesmhimmg ! in rooms across ,