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MBS. HARRISON'S FUNERAL
TBS WHITE BOUSE SERVICES.
rift aad Simple Funeral Ceremonlee
l"re;ds the Journey to the
Final Riailn Place
of the Dead.
Th funeral services over the remains, of
Mrs. Harrison, In the White House nt
Washington on Thursday, were brief ami
simple, a was tlie express wish of the Presi
dent. The services were held in the Kast
room at 10 o'clock.
At either end or the casket stood tin Im
mense sugo palm, wlmse gru -cf nl, waving
(ranches reached nearly to the celling of
the magnlllcent apartment. The chande
liers cast a flood of mellow light, the w in
dows having been darkened. The several
mantels were bunked Willi ferns, nnd
THE CASKET AND FLOKAL OFFERINGS ON THE FTNKIIAL Tit A IN.
flanked at each end by a loner palm.
Around the casket were grouped the great
wea th of floral offerings. They filled ull
the space on cither side of the casket, al
most to the windows on the cast and the
sloor on the west.
Among the floral tributes were a wreath
cif enrysiithemiinis from Oueen Victoria,
resented bv Michael Herbert. Itritish
Charged' Affairs; a mammoth wreath from
the diplomatic corps, composed of chrysan
themums, bride roses, pink orchids, ferns
and palms; a wreath of large chrysuthemums
surrounding a bunch of loose
blooms from the cnhlnet;an immense shield
of white chrysanthemums and roses, in the
fare of which was worked in purple the
insignia of the order, from the Washington
City Chapter of the Daughters of the Revo
lution. A SOLUM, SIMPLE SFRVItlt.
The Ull clock in the public hnllwav tolled
rat 10 strokes, when the lirst sign of the he
tinning f the ceremonial appeared. At the
end. and I o one side of the private corridor
that enters the K.ist room, is a hroud stair
ante, and down this came the mourners. At
Ihe head was Benjamin Hurrison. the hus
band, l eaning on his arm was Mrs. J.
McKee, his daughter, whose devotion to her
mother knew no faiigue. The face of the
I "resident was of a deathly pallor and traces
of mental suffering were deeply marked.
Kussell It. Harrison, supporting his wife,
followed the father and sister. Then came
the venerable parent of the deceased mis
Ires of tho White House, the llcv. Dr. J.W.
cott, escorting Mrs. John F Parker, the
lieceof Mrs. Harrison, J. Itobert McKee and
Mrs. Mary H. Dinimick, the son-in-law and
niece of the dead woman. Those present,
barely 200 in number, were almost exclu
sively the official family of the President
and those whose relations with the family
iut them on the footing of domestic friends.
AFTER THE FUNKHAL,
Before Returning; to Waehina-tor. the
President Isoute a Note of Thanks.
Leaving the cemetery at Indluiiiipolli, the
President, Mr. and Mrs. McKee, Mr. nnd
Mra. Unseen Harrison, Mrs. Dimniick and
vther near relatives proceeded to Ihe resi"
enceofll g. McKee, whero they had
luncheon and were visited by a few inti
mate friends. The members of the cabinet
and their families had luncheon at the
A Urge crowd assembled nl Ihe siallon to
ry parting tribute to the President, hut
made do demonstration beyond an uncover
ing of the head on the part of the men and
waving of handkerchiefs on the part ol
the women and childr-n. Tho train reach
ed. Washington Saturday evening. Just be
fore his departure the President gave to the
prema note to the public of which the fol
lowing Is copy:
"Mr Dkh Old Fbikvd" and Nkicijiioih .
I cannot leave you without saving that the
tender and gracious sympatic' virion you
have to-day shown for nie ami for my child
ren, and much more, the touching evidence
yon have givin of your love for thadeai
wife and mother, have deeply moved nm
hearts. We yearn to tarry with you and
lee near the hallowed snot where' vour loy.
in hands have laid our dead; but ihe litt
KTandchildren winch in wondering silence
lor our return uud need our cure; and some
public busiuess will not longer wait uihiii
my sorrow. May a gracious liod keep uud
"Most gratefully your,
A HORHOlt AT LIMA.
frrrao-oi.Yi ebim i.fts oo, kii.liko thiies
MUX KD IXJI'ltIKU OTI1IKS.
A nltro-glycerlne factory, two milts south
of Ursa, O., exploded. The report was
board (or 20 miles, and the foroe of the con
cuaaiod ahook bulldlngi and caused the
window to rattle in all parts of the city.
Three persons arc known to have been
killed and two badly injured. In addition,
tsroacaman are missing, and it ia probable
their bodle ara in the, wreck. The killed
re Andy Bcbute, who recently came from
Bradford, Pa.; Benjamin Dowllng, team
ter, Benry Utklnetl, wakaBtaii.
Ir. Hnmtln, the pastor of the Church of
the roveiiHiit, read the opening pnssuge of
Scripture: "In My Father honse are many
mansions," and the oilier selected pas-ages.
This was followed by a brief prayer, which
was closed by the lord's I'ruyer, which all
present repeated in low tones, alter the
olllcliitlng clergyman. Then tr. llurtlott
rend from the Script res appropriate pes.
sages. The chmr of St. John s Church, sta
Honed In t lie adjoining room, then sung the
"Milde Willi me. fn-1 fnlls tlie eventnR llile,
The uumbnt leeM?ns, Ui.u with tm- snide. '
The itnilns were sortoned by rilstonce,
lending added pathos nnd solemnity to t tie
scene. Then lr. Ilsnillli ottered player.
From their m-csseri concealment In tin
adjoining room the choir snug tho II ret two
stanzas of "Lend. Kindly L ght." Cardinal
Newman's beautiful hymn, which n.
Hsrrisnn so much admired.
It was III: HI o'clock when the services con
cluded. The casket was t hen borne to tin
hearer and the tuneral procession proceeded
to the Pennsylvania tailroud station.
The funeral cortege arrived at the Penn
svlvania railroad station nt lt:-J. a. m..
where a lame, but silently decorous crowd
awaited them. The train left Washington
f ' I AlCC
ft, il wt ii'.iV9
at 1 1 :40 o'clock for Indianapolis.
While the train stood ill the station at
Harrlsburg the sweer, strains of Muhlen
berg's hymn. "I would Not Live Alwuy."
pealing forth from the chimes of the First
Lutheran church, a block or two from the
station, greeted the ears of the passengers
and fell like balm upon the sorely wounded
hearts of the sorrowing ones.
BETWEEN WNE-tOF VETERANS
Tnr. rutctiiAi. coiitmje rAssrn totiif church
I INUIANAIHII.IS. Tlir CITY UAHBK.D IX
The capital of Indiana Is In mnitming garn
tot its fovorite daiirhtrr. Somber draiery
i to be seen on every hand. F lags are dis
played at half mast I mm roof and window,
anil for block alter block there Is hardly a
building that ii not draped to more or 'lest
The route of the funeral procession from
the depot to the church was lined with
(irand Army men, anil the cortege passed
between a double line of veterans. The
First Prebvterian Church, whero the servi
ces were held, and business houses along
tho route to the church were draped with
tokens of mourning.
The services, in accordance with the
president's desire, were very simple and be
gan with Cardinal Ncwninii'shvmti. "Lead.
Kindly l.iuht," by the choir. The Iter. Dr.
Haines. Mrs. Harrison's pastor during the
ltier years of her residence in Indianapo
lis, delivered a short Invocation. A selec
tion of Hcripture was read ami the pastor
then made u brief address. The mourners
were led in prayer by the I5ev. Dr. Hyde, of
the Congregational church, and after the
rendition of ihehvmn, commencing, "(hie
Sweetly Solemn Thought," Dr. Haines pro
nounced the benediction. At the grave a
short passage nl Scrititura was read, and a
prayer offered as the casket wai lowered Into
yail'COMB RILEY'S TRIBUTE.
Ihe Hooaier Poet on th Death of Mrs
Hai i tson.
Mr. James Vv'hitoomb Riley con
tributed the following Unci In memory
of Mrs. naniiou to the Indianapolis
Washington, P. C, Oct. 25, 13 X
Now utler cu m and rest,
Honda folded o'er the breast
In peace the placidcst.
All trial pant.
All fever soothed: all pain
Aunulled, in heart anil bruin,
Never to vet uguin. she sleep at last. '
She sleeps; but O. most dear
And best beloved of her, yet sleep not nay,
Save but to bow
The closer to each, with n;b and broken
That all in vuin beseech
Her answer now.
And lo, we weep with you
One grief the wide world through
Vet, w ith the fuith the knew,
We eee her still,
Even us hero she stood
All that was fin re and goixl
And sweet in womanhood
(iori s will her will.
The largest run of mackerel known In
J'rovlncelown, Mass., for yeorg look place
the other night. Every net In Cape Cod
bay made good hauls, and It ia estimated
that 74,000 large and medium fish were
taken. A number of nets sank with the,
weight of the ll-li. Large quantities are be
ing suited, one mun taking 12,000 tiih and
others in proportion.
ENGULFED BY AN EARTHQUAKE.
nvi ulssuii viLLAoc ninApriAB in thi
towtui or the. iahth.
A terrible earthquake has occurred In the
province of Kutair. Kuala, during which
live villages were eutirely wiped off the
Happeninns The World Over.
GLEANINGS OF INTEREST TERSE
Lt TOLD. BOTH EOMEbTIO
anllnl. I.aber aad ladasirlal,
T.ARoe I'mioxs Sped. John H. Havlir.,
manager of the Walnut street theatre, On.
clunati, trought suit for IV), 001) damages
and injunction against theS ate Employers'
union, the Carpenters' Union, the Amalga
mated Council of tiiiltding Trades and the
Central Lab r Council. The sultj allege
that these organizations have Interferred
w ith the business of the theater by threat
ening boycotts and otherwise.
The Durham miners, who have voted
against a legal working day of eight hour--,
now have an average working time of only
A laic census bulletin says that at Ft.
oseph, Mo., the averages wages per hand
linrea-ed from :l !)" in 1SS0 to MM In
lf!K, or 14.11 percent.
Illsnstrrs. Arehtrnls and I ninllilrs,
A broken rail wrecked an East St. Louis
end San F'rntu iscn passenger train near
Phlllipsburg, Mo. A. A. Dickenson, of
Pprlnglield, Mo., und News Agent Harwood
were killed und I I others were Injured,
A collision occurred on the Chicago and
Northwestern railroad, near Pulutltie, Ills.,
between a gravel train nnd an extra freight
train, in which two men were kil'ed and
one injured. The killc I were: John Unr
ron, conductor of the gravel train, end
Thomas I'urriiti, brakeman on gravel train.
Two Chicago printers, Hurl is (iodriurd and
John (llarimcr, were asphyxiated in their
oom the other night by odorless fuel gas.
A locomottve exploded at Palo", Aln.,
killing Engineer .Monroe and Fireman
Thiee unknown colored men from Mem
phis went into a caisson of the Ilcllefonte,
III., bridge mid not understanding the air
tight door, were smothered.
A tire broke nut in a six-story tenement
house on Kust Hroudway, New York. The
4-venr-old daughter of David Schrihiier.who
was alone in the room when the lire start
ed, was burned to death. The llrcmen ano
reeded in putting out the flames with slight
At Son Francisco fire destroyed a block
of property between Sacramento and ("lay
streets in'the heart of Chinatown. A large
number of Chinese butcher shops, clgur
manufactories mid opium Joints were burn
ed out. Losses 'aggregate between 100,000
and "0,0oo, heavily Insured. Cuuse. the
rure!sness of a cook in Hong Kong Low's
William Bonner, a cor pen ter residing on
Jersey City Heights, was taken suddenly ill
and died the next morning in terrible
agony. The attending physicians pronounce
it a genuine esse of Asiatic cholera, and
great excitement exists In consequence. The
usual precautions have been taken.
General It. Williams, Adjutant (icnernl of
ihe Army, In his annual report, says that
the National Guard now numbers 111.711.
He recommends tlint the appropriation be
Increased fiom 1 100.000 a year to ll,0on,noo.
Oeorge Simmons, an old employe of the
Chicauo Telephone Company, lins e.nperi
from that city with three sisters, who were
employed by the company. He left a fam
ily. At Lewistown, 111., Mrs. Christina Hord
tier celebrated her 10:.'d birthday anniver
sary. She is well and hearty.
Intensely cold weifther prevails in Scot
land. The locks In Perthshire are covered
with thick ice, and snow lies deep on the
There has been lets tain at Plltsburft In
October than for any October in 18 years,
and there is none in sight, according to the
mups of the weather bureau. The normal
rainfall to date for the month is u half inch,
which is 1.07 inches below the normal. The
temperature is about the uveruge, though
the late couple of d lys have been coldei
.ban usual. The lirst killing frost occurred
A great storm l prevail ng along th
Itritish cousts, causing the delay of Mcain
ersunri tho wreck of small era I is. In Loii-f
Strangford, Ireland, the schooner A null
wus cupslzcd und six persons drowned.
C. F:. Judson, piesldvnt of the Kconomlt
Fuel Gas Company, f,f Chicago, says I hut
Within a fortnight all that part of Chicago
south of North avenue and east of the rivet
will be supplied with naturul fius fur domes
tic purposes, from the Indiana fields.
Five hundred prisoners in the Ilostos
Home of Correction rioted the oilier day
and wcit not subdued till Ihe police lockd
ip l'.i of them.
The Hot Springs Valley Hank. Hot
Springs, Ark., has closed its duois. The
liunilities are (HO.000. The president has
turned over nil his property.
. i i .
nCYUM) tll'K IIOKIir.lt 4.
The Norwegian steamer Nnrrnnnri, which
sailed from Uagusnki, Oatubcr li for Singa
pore, was wrecked on one of the Piscad.irei
Islunds during the typhoon in w hich Ihe
steamer ltokhara was lost, Two iersons are
known to have been saved from the Nor
(iencrul 8ixtn Man) lies, who has AflO Mex
ican infantry In the H.erru Madru niouii
lulus trying to quell the Taqual Indian
disturbances, has been repulsed with a loss
if ten men.
The Fjiglish Government has egain re
fused to permit the importation of cuttle.
Pleuro pneumonia hus been discovered in
Cauudiun cattle lauded at Dundee.
Hcrr Lsnge, master cooper at Bremen,
becoming Jealous of bis sweetlieert, went lo
her home aud began tiring et ber with e
revolver. Two women, who lived In lbs
house, Interfered nnd attempted to protect
their unfortunate companion, whereupon
Lange shot (hem also. The three women
were killed, and l.ange then deliberately
Six new cae and four deaths from chol
era were reported in Vienna F'rlday,
The House of Correction nt (lollersdorf,
Austria, was burnt. The lire spread with
such rapidity that many of the AlO pr son
ers hsri to Jump for their lives, Twelvi
are known to have been humeri to death
and others are missing. Many are feverelj
LATER NEWS WAIFS.
A plot has been hatched for (he rel?ase of
Francois, the French Anarchist, who is be
ing held by the ICnglish authorities to await
extradition to Paris. The scheme is to
spirit tho prisoner away.
The Pope has signed tho marriage license
sf the Catholic Crow n Prince Ferdinand of
Itoumanla to the Protestant Princess Mary
Mr. Whittler left a larger estate than was
expected even by his most Intimate friends.
It is understood that his copyrights alone
bring In now an Income of ;I,500 a year,
while the total value of hls.cstnte is placed
The eighth death within the week from
the I'liicago Mutual F'uel Company's wute'
gas occurred Friday. The latest victim was a
dyer named Huliert Parker, aged 27, who
was found dead in bed nt his boarding
house on Wubnsh avenue.
The hritlsh steamship I'omnanla win
wrecked at the mouth of the Arellio river,
nearPeniche. One hundred and thirteen
persons were drowned and only nine wer
saved. The Itoumanla hsd.5 pa ngert
aboard, together with a crew numbering
07. The lloiiinanla's captain and pilot
are among the lost
'J he decline in the Ini-ome of the Govern
men', railroad in Germany amounted lo 7,'
WSi.Ooo marks during thccholern scare.
George Gratuim. a northern man who re
cently wnt to Madison, F'la., to superin
tend the buiues of the lohiicco syndicate,
was shot and killed by Joe Dlckerson, u
The prcent term of the Philadelphia
Criminal Court presents a terrible array of
homicide ruses. Sixteen murderers, men
and women, are lying in the county prison
uwiiitlijg their trial for taking life.
At Hrockton, Mass. , tlie fu.'tori'-s of tin
llrocklon Lust Company were humeri. They
were the largest in the I'nitcd Stales. Los,
170,000; Inoiirance slight.
At New York, the steamer Puritan, on
her trip up the Sound run Into a row bonl
containing four men. Samuel llingham
was drowned nnd the other three more or
less seriously injured. A boat low
ered from the steamer recovered llingham's
body nnd picked up the injured men.
Ituilrouils in South Dakota have only one
tenth tho cars they need to move the crops.
The odorless gas supplied by one Chicago
company seems to bo a very dangerous
article. Asphyxiatinns are of a nightly oc
currence. The eighth death was that of
Herbert H. Parker, nn Englishman, 35
years of age. and n driver by trade. Ho
was found dead in his room. An invcstl;;o
tion will be marie.
At Pueblo. Mexico, further particulars o
damages and loss sustained by the recent
overflow of the Siilrio rivors, in tlie State
of Paxncu, have been received. Thousand'
of acres of coffee uud cane lands were
inundated und fully MOO.OOO cl'irniigf to
those ito alone wus done
At Omaha, Neb., the Nebraska Giand
Lodge, Knights of Pythias, has Just dis
covered that it lost t.'l,0n0 by the failure id
the A Ins worth Bunk. The Grand Treasurer
of the order was ca-hier of the bunk and
had the funds on deposit. His bondsman
are so Involved that Hie order will lose the
A terrible murder has been
brought . to light in Paris. The
body of a young woman cut into 12 pieces
was discovered in an em'pty house in the
It ue Iloturis near the Purcrics Unites Chnu
muiit. The head of the body had been cut
Klf und could not be found. Thero Is In
tense excitement, not only in the neighbor
hood where the tragedy wus enao'.ed, bul
throughout the city,
LIQUOR AT TH? WORLD'S PAIR,
TheW. C.T. V. Wnl Dlaks a Battle to
Kirplt Ou:. President Wlllard'a Plea
for Pemal Suffragn.
The National Woman's Christian Tem
perance 1'nion begun itii sees ons at Den
ver, Col. A large number of delegates
were prvi'iit when Mies Frances Wil
lanl, the president, i ailed tlie meeting to
order. In her annual address President
"Chicago will be tlie National battle
ground for Ihe next year. Every possible
attempt will be marie to secure from our
Legislature the repeal of such law as give
us a measure of protection nt tiie World's
Fair, from the uprising evil of strong drink,
that Is determined to break down eviiy
burrler and How into and take rosscssion of
tlie Fxposriion. The same effort will he
made in the municipality oldrum shop
pery. "The polyglot petition, w hich is a protest
agniusl the'liipinr trullic from all nations, is
aid to have received during the year 1,112,
7X signature. 'I his monster protest, Presi
dent Wi.lard says, will uctas an Oifset to the
selling of liquor ut Ihe World's Fair. Turn
ing to slitic, President Willard said : "If
ie are ever lo save this State, we must en
Irunchise I lie sex. Give us the vole, that
we may be recognized as if we wore ca pubic
Thercort of National Hecrrtury Caroline
B. Ituell s as lollows : "Total number of
auxilllurie', iiiclu-ting "y's," 7.HS7; toiul
membership of "Y"s," U'iAtiJ; number of
"y" unions fill, total membership, H.'ltti,
number of coflce house restuiirunts, friendly
lioiies uud reudiiur rooms, W2 money rained
by local unions, fM i 'J 14 71. money raised by
State uiilo-is, tTJH.HT-i 40: money puid lit
National dues, tl2 HI 2 o-.'; money wid Nu
tional Association fur other purposes, 11,
A Very Bis; Oar.
A special car for the conveyance of an
Immense cannon from New York to the
World's Fair is about to be constructed - at
the Pennsylvania shops at Alloona, Pa. If
will rest on 32-wheel truck and will pos
sess capacity of 124 tons. The cannon
will be built at Essen, Prussia, and will be
hipped to Ibis country ear next year.
CREAM CITY DESOLATE.
FOUR LIVf S WERE LOST.
The Lose Will Reach Nearly Six Mill
At Milwaukee, Wis., scores of the largen
business firms, together witli hundreds of
frame hoivce, were destroyed by fire F'rlday.
Commencing ol .1:W o'clock in Hie estab
lishment of the Union oil Company, nt27"
F.at Water street, near the river, the
flumes, driven by a frnrlul hurricane which
was blowing, spread with frightful rnplrilty
to the lake, over half a mile to the I'ust.
It is utterly Impossible to otlmutc the loss
with any riegree of accuracy. Even a com
plete list of the big businees houses cannot
be obtained, while to those must be added
the small individual losses of hundreds of
small prcpcity owners, whose houses and
household goods have been destroyed. As
It Is, the los will probably amount to f..
Tnn.onn or HO.tSKl.isit, The tract burned Is
over a hair a mile wide east and wet, and a
mile north and south.
After wiping out tho factories and
wholesale establishments, the
tire foiin I easy prey in
tne scores of bhwk, tilled witli frame
houses, which extend east of Milwaukee
street. F'rom tbesethe Humes leaped lo the
freight hotie of the Milwaukee. Luke
Shore and Western railroad. Thetr caught
nn theexiiemn southern end, and In a mo
ment were utilar.e ulong their whole length
over two blocks Adjoining the depots
were the freight yards of the same rail
road us well us of the Chicago and North
western. These yards were tilled w itli
bundled of loaded cars, all of which weio
quickly coll'iimed. As soon as it whs seen
Hint HicyuriN were in the path of the fire,
a score of switch engines were set to work
to get the loaded care out of the yard. The
men workid Ijiavcly and ' eucceerieil
in removing sonic of the cars, but they
could only lake them farther
south, Ihe yunl lo the north tieiug blocked.
I bis did no good, as the wind suddenly
shifted from the Northwest almost direct
north, anil I., a moiuotit the curs, winch
hud Just escaped the Haines in one plaie,
were burned in another, it was in these
.varus Hist some ot the mot piiilui sights
were seen. In one place a halt dozen poul
try curs, full of riucks tiuri chickens, were
rousted alive. A soon us the instruction of
the railrosri yurris was assured, tlie wind,
a Ihougli p'oiiipicri tiy malice, veered from
west lo north. Had il remained in tho west
tlie lire would have exhausted itself in the
Tlie entire lower part of the Third ward,
inhubiieri largely tie poor Irish families, is
devastated. About 30U cottages have been
destrmed, ami the pajr lenple are wander
ing about the streets, loudly lamenting theit
In many Instances Ihe people owned
their own cottages, ami their contents was
all they huri In the world. How they will
ire! along during Hie wiutir is a mystry. un
less relief comes to 'them
from outside sources Mil
waukee people will do all they can and
already the Germauiu Society, tlie leading
German organisation of the e ty has come
to the relict of Ihecitl.eus. The Society is
holding a big luir, und at a special meeting
of the directors it was resolve I to devote
all the receipts to the work of relief.
Ai the southern section of Milwaukee is
In ruin. Never in the history of the city
has such a calamity befallen it. Acres of
land, embracing the great manufacturing
districts of 'lie city, have been devastated,
ami now lie a muss of smouldering ruins.
Almos the entire enutlieni division from
F'.at Water street to tho luko, has been con
sumed. 1 lie following victims of the fire have
II EN It Y PHrDDKNHKTCK, fireman of
No. H station, resilience Keiri street;
struck hy fa Hug timber and smothered.
i'HAKLEH STA III!, liremnii No. 1 hook
ami ladder company, of o22 F'ourth ave
nue: ttruck by a benm and smothered to
ONE WOMAN, name unknown, aged 53,
small IM'tHt'lCj with dark hair; suffo-
c.ilcri by smoke.
Mils, CALLAHAN", a widow; body found
in the ruins of her home.
The removal ol the debris may disclose
other victims. At the Kinergi-ncy hospital
are many u Merer, two of whom may die.
For u space ot 20 blocks only a mass of
smoldering ruins remain, where yesterday
wen magiiiliclent buildings and 00 resi
dences, the mimes of .1,000 people,
Among the big eslalilishiuents destroyed
nv the tiro are: Jacob Wellauer iV Co.,
wholesale grocer. 2"i-2"iO Ilroadway; .1. F).
Patten, paint, ami oils, 2ii 272 F.nst Water
street; Gas Company, three reservoirs ami
snrrounriiiig building: Milwaukee, I-oke
Shore unri Western fieiuht. house and curs
in yards; Chicago aud Northwestern-, cars in
yards: Milwaukee Chair Company, stores
lid I'm tcry; II. S. Johnston, cracker fac
tory, live-story brick. Iroaoway.
K. P. llucon, Prcsirient of tlie Chamber nt
Commerce called n meeting of citizens,
lo arrange plans for raising money and
aiding the poor.
SWALLOWED BY THE SEA.
Ths British S-esmshlp Ronmania Goes
Down With 123 Souls on Board
O her Ocean Diaaarera.
The British Steamship ftoumunia was
wrecked Saturday at the mouth of the Arel
lio river, near Peniche, Portugal. One hun
dred and thirteen persons were drowned,
and only nine were saved. The Kotimun
ia hud M passengers aboaid, together with a
crew numbering 07. The Koiimunia's cup
tain and pilot ure among Hie Inst. Large
quantities of wreckuge are washing ashore
II along the neighboring coast.
Tlie itouinuniu was an iron screw steum
hip of 3,,W tons, belonging to the Anchor
line and plying between Liverpool und
Hum hay. She sailed from Liverpool for
Bombay October 21. Peniche, near where
the Hoiimania is reported to have been
wrecked, is fortitisd town of Portugal on
the Atlantic ocean, about oO miles noith of
the town of Tagus.
Tlie steamer Louvre, bound for Buyonne,
as wrecked at Peninarcb, F'inisteire the
tame niht. Seventeen persons were
The gale that has prevailed on the souths
west coast of Ireland for the past three nays
is now greutly abated. Iteports of many
shipwrecks ure coming In hourly.
GREAT MARBLE BEDS.
atoli Dlscovsrlns of the Valuable Stone
In Idaho. .
IT. B Hchermerhorn. tlie mineralogist and
zoologist employed in collecting and classi
lying Idaho's exhibit for the world's fuir,
arrived in Boise, Idaho, this morning Irum
Cassia county. In Cassia county ho ran
across a wonder in ths shape of u vast
marble quarry 13 miles one way by 12 the
other, and in some places 800, feet in thick
ness, Not one but 20 kinds of marble are
to be found within the boundaries of this
vast field of unhewn headstones. There
are still other vast quarries besides tills, yel
unclaimed and owned by the government
which consist of a grade of pure white
marble equal to the famous Italian article.
LAWLESSNESS AT HOMESTEAD.
Non-Union Men end Othere Assaulted
on the Streets, Windows Jroken aadr
Cloth nv of a Workman at the S.eel
M II Cut to Fleets
During the past few days there has been
much lawlessness in Homestead, Pa. In
that time seven assaults nu non-union men
have taken place, one of which may prove
fatal. The guilty persons are said to be
members of a gang recently organized, hav
ing for its object murderous attacks on non
union men. F'onr alleged members are
known to the authorities, and wsrrnnts
were sworn out for their arrest. Not only
hovennn union men suffered at the hands
of this gang, but also men who are(in no
way Identified with the strike. It is abso-
lutely unsafe for a person, not known lo be
In sympathy w th the str.kers, to traverse
the streets in certain parts of the town after
nightfall. Inconsequence of this Sheriff
Willi tm H. McCleary increased his night
force 20 men, making a total of 31 men.
D. R. Jones, who nppcarcd as counsel for
James llolleraii at the hearing of the la'tet
Monday iifteriUHin before 'Squire Oeffurr
on the charge ol resisting an ottlcer, Is alleg
ed to have marie an uririress in tne 'squire's
office to the etlect that a deputy sheriff had
no Kwer to arrest a person without a war
rant, and that a man m ght resist ariest uj,
der such circumstances, even to the extent
of doing the arresting f!icer bodily harm.
This announcement caused great glee
among the luwles-element.
The first persons to la 1 into the hands ol
these exoiients of mob 'nw were two non
unionists, named Charles Mitchill and John
Dur.ine. These men went into n saloon
near the works about ll::)r. si. Monday.
On their way back to the works they were
attneked by four men. Hurling managed
loescai with a few slight bruises. Milch
ell wus beaten over the head w ith a blunt
Instrument until he dropped to the ground
iincomc:ous. Ho was di-covered shortly
afterward, and carried into the mill hospit
al. It was at Hist thought he wou'd die,
but lie regained consciousness, end wasahle
yestj-rriav to give an accurate description of
two of bis ess.iilanis. Ho la now thought
to be out of danger.
Half an hour after this assault a man
nninori Goedriel. a siriker who lot uracil Pi
work sonic time eco, was held up in front
of Amalgamated headquarters nnd brutally
beaten. Gneririe.l had u revolver, but it
was taken from him by his a-riiilunts.somj
of whom he claims lo have lecogniz ri.
At II o'clock Monday niL'nt n large clinker
was thrown through the sleeping apartment
of Deputy Young, on McC.ure street. Fol
lowing this, every window in the lion-mi on
boarding hoiise.'Uept hy a colored ma')
Humeri Jones, ou McClure stieet.wus smi-.sh-cri.
Tho thuns did not wait Wednesday fi t
darkness to comn tiefore starting In. Two
blacksmiihs. in no way connected iih tne
itrike. were attacked late in the afternoon,
hut managed to mukn their escape before
receiving injury. Al. Snyrier. a former
striker, wus on his way to 'work in the mill
bout 0 p. m.. when he was set upon by u
number of men an I stoned.
Thomas Juinisoii, also a fotmer itrikr?
while on his way to w.irk was attacked hy
striker on F'.inlit aven.ie. The Inner car
ried half a brick in his hand. Jamison
Marled to run, with bis assailant in pm-suir.
A Coal nnd Iron )o iceman tripped the
striker ami Jamison marie his escape. Ths
striker then drew a pi-tol. evidently Willi
the intention of using it upon the officer,
but changed his mind and ran away. A man
who nave ilruririock as Ins place of residence
went to Homcsteari to look lor a frien I.
He was taken lor a "b'ticl; sheep" aud bad
Two moving of non-unionists during
Wednesday afternoon required the pres
ence of deputies. In both cases Ihe people
ill tho neighborhood uit-iupte I to prevent
the non-iiiiionisis trom pla ing llinr goods
in tlie houses. After the littler had sue
cee led in iloiiur so. one of the houses was
filtered ami clothing was cut into shreds,
trunks broken open unri their contents
Jestroyed, uud otor depredations com
mitted. Member? of 'he Advisory Board con
demn this work, but say they arc puwerlcna
to prevent tt.
DEADLY H0KK OF THE FLAXES.
Tina Pirsors Perish- An Heroic Mother
An Entire Fam-ly W lp'd Out.
A fire, most appalling in result, occurred
at Cleveland, 0-. an entire family; consist,
Ing of a father, mother und two little boys,
perishing. In hulf of the lower portion of
the building was a saloon owned by James
Shannon and John McGiuty. Shannon unri
hfs family lived in the upper miction of the
building. They are the ones thut perished.
The cause of the tiro could not be ascer
toined, but was believed to liuve originated
In the saloon. The family used the larce
front room us a sleeping apartment. Tiny
were probably overcome by tlie smoke
before the situation was realized. The
front half of the building was completely
destroyed and the four bodies wore buried
in tlie burned timbers.
A moth kii, kiiumi -lomisir i ONK clin k,
hm mm is ANorutn.
In the burniinr of the residence of Peter
flluuller. live miles south if Grecnsburg,
Pa., tichild 2 years old was burned to a cin
der, uud in ' escaping from the burniim
house ' rs. Smaller anil u sou. 5 vears old,
were injured so that they c innot live. The
lire originated In an upper eiory. Mr. Siuuf
fer was in the baeenieiit wheii the tire was
discovered, and rushed up stairs to rescue
tho youngest child, who was asleep in its
crili. The other little hoy followed his
mother. The woman was driven back by
tne lire, so she could not reach the little
one. although she persisted until she was
terribly burned. Then, when she tried lo
get down stairs with the ot tier little boy, the
Humes cutoff their escape, "he frantic
mother threw the child out of the second
siory window and sprung utter him, Hotli
struck ou a stone wall und were fatally in
jured. TWO M FX IKHSTED AI.IVC.
At the Weston lime-stono ouarrles near
Lima. O., some of the men hud just finish
ed burning u kiln, of lime, and were in the
act of stunting it up, when one of the logs,
landing upon end and used as a brace,
caught lire. Two of the men, Joseph
Koonts and Henry Bowers, while trying lo
extinguish tiie Haines, hcc riciiialy got on
lopol the kiln, which gnvejwuy.precipitutin
tho men on the red hot lime. Tho top fell
in on them and it was impossilriu to get al
the poor fellows, who were rousted ul:e. in
the pi-es-nco of their helpless fellow work
men. Tneir groans uud cries were terrilile
to hear, ltoili were iiuiniirrie I. F'r-i
llearshe, who wus handing tmm water,
wus also burily burned. He hold ou to -a
bar overhead and wus rescued.
ANiwand Effao lve Cholera Cure.
There is a marked decrease in deaths by
Miolcru ut Hamburg In the past few weeks.
It is supposed to be due from the use ot
periodate, a preparation of Iodine, us an in
jection, it is claimed that in the lirst stugei
ut the disease 02 out of,100 can be saved, ami
In the advanced si sues 70 per cent,
..-asKERA(.CkEspo, the Venezuela victor,
bis published in a letter to the New York
Herald his version ef the recent war. He
began the struggle with 11 followers, and
marched In'o Caracas with an army of 14,000
well armed and disciplined men.