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THE TIMES, NEW BL00MFIEL1), PA., FEBllUAllY 22, 1881.
Shocking Death of Eight Turpentine Gath
erers In Victoria.
lllohtnoiul, Va., February 14. A party
of ten meu working in turpentine en
camped Ifl the woods at Jackson (Springs,
Moere County. They built an iuollned
abed between two large pines, as tbey ex
pected to be at work in this spot for some
weeks tbey made the structure as snb
stantial ns poislble, piling on the roof lay
ers of earth and hickory poles,and weight
ing it with the largest atones tbey could
find. Last night a severe storm prevailed,
and they built a large lire in the centre of
(he structure. After eating their rations
tbey spread blankets upon the ground, and
at about 11 o'olook were sleeping huddled
together around the Are, which they had
replenished with fresh logs before tbey
went to eleep. It ia supposed that about
an hour after midnight, when the storm
was at its height, the roof, with its mass
.of stones and earth, fell in on the sleeping
men. The floor waa covered with beds of
leaves and straw, and the sides were made
of dry twigs interlaced, and there was a
barrel of turpentine iu the place. These
caught from the Are, and the whole mass
was soon burning rtt white heat. The two
survivors, James Jarrett and William
Viz, were sleeping near the door, and were
both crushed by the falling mass. Vix
was the first to extricate himself, although
a large log was aoroBS bis stomach. He
tnanaged to drag himself ten feet from the
ruins aud then lost consciousness. When
lie revived be saw streaks of flame shoot
ing up from the pile and heard the voice
of Jarrett crying, "Help me, for God's
sake; I am roasting." One of Vix's legs
was broken, and he crawled back to the
ruins. He succeeded iu getting Jarrett
out, but that was all be could do.
A Very Rough Case.
Mary Dooley, a servant employed by C.
E. Crawford, living on One Hundred and
Hixty-flrst street, New York, was last
week held under $3,000 on a charge of ar
son. Bhe confessed to many petty thefts
in the house, of which Crawford bad be
lieved bis daughter Anna guilty, and en
-account of which be bad treated ber with
great severity. On the 18th ult. a fire
Sjroko out in the laundry in a basket of
washed clothes, and it was found that
some of the clotties bad been saturated
with kerosene oil. This being the second
fire that had occurred in the house Mr.
Crawford was alarmed, fearing that bis
daughter might not only burn the house
down but accidentally destroy herself as
well. To prevent this be put a belt around
ber waist, and to the belt attached a slen
der chain, In the daytime, for some days,
she was fastened by the chain to a Btaple
in the wall of the dining room, and at
night to the bed-poBt in her room. Bhe
made no resistance, saying "she knew it
would all come out right."
Safeguards at Funerals.
At a recent meeting of the Health Com
missioners of New York city the following
section was added to the sanitary code and
declared an ordinance:
"There shall not be a publio or church
funeral of any person who has died of
small-pox, diphtheria, scarlet fever, yellow
fever, typhus fever, or Asiatio cholera;
the funeral of such person shall bo private;
and it shall not be lawful to invite, or per
mit at the funeral of any person who has
died of any of the above diseases, or of
any contagious or pestilential disease, or
at any services connected therewith, any
persons whoso attendance is not neeessary,
or to whom there is danger of contagion
Penned up with a Mad Dog.
.Fred.. Wageuer, of South Bend, was
called to a house near where be was work
ing) by the cries of a woman, and found
'that she had a mad dog fastened in a room,
next to the one in which her children were
playing, unconscious of danger, and liable
to open the door where the brute was at
any time. He opeued the door, and the
dog sprang at him, whon he closed it sud
denly upon its paw, holding it a prisoner
until the woman procured an axe, with
which he succeeded in dispatching the
animal through the crevice of the door.
The Explosive Power of Nltro-Glyoerlne.
Bradford, Pa., February 14. F. A.
MoClain, au employee of Roberts' torpedo
company, was this morning driving along
the highway, fifteen miles south-eaBt of
this place, in it sleigh containing 200 lbs.
of nitro-glycerine, when the horses became
frightened aud rau against a boulder caus
ing au explosion. McClaiu was torn to
atoms and both horses were killed. There
was not a trace of the sleigh left. The
joung roan's parents are said to reside at
Beaver Falls, Pa.
tVIsaao Simmons, Henry Arnold and
Frank Frey, the eldest being but fifteen
years old, while engaged in catching drift
wood on Saturday at King's dam, York,
spied a large piece of root amoug the drift.
Thjs tbey secured, and thinking it was
sweet myrrh, began to eat at it. . Frey not
relishing the taste spit it out, but even the
taste made him nick and he walked away
vomiting matter and blood. Fiey's moth
er gave him some milk to drink, which
acting as an emetio soon relieved him,
aud be Is now thoroughly recovered. The
other two boys, notwithstanding medical
aid, died In about two hours after they
had ealen the root. They were Interred
tfHosea Happy of Woodstock, Ulster
County, New Jersey, has stabbed bis mar
ried son, who Is 24 years of age, with an
awl five-and-a-half Inches long. The awl
penetrated a lung and young Happy may
die. The father, will bo arrested. It
seems there was a diflloulty between them
over a division of property.
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