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TILE XOKFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MARCH H 3
'Mississippi Steamer Capsized
| by Sudden Squall.
TWENTY LOSE THEIR LIVES.
Passengers , Captain and All CreW Ex
cept Nine Members Go Down.
Among the Victims Are Prominent
j Men of the South.
VIcksburg , Miss. , March 13. The
steamer Providence , plying between
this port n d Lake Palmyra , was over
turned by a sudden squall at Lone
Landing , and 21 of her passengers and
crew were drowned.
The dead : Captain William Cassl-
dy , VIcksburg , master ; Charles Roup
of VIcksburg , engineer ; Clyde Scott of.
VIcksburg , cotton seed buyer ; Dr. N.
A. Lancaster , a prominent physician
tend planter of Palmyra ; George Lamb ,
cook ; Harrison Golber , cabin boy ;
Bottle Hunter , chamber maid ; Joe
Neal , Mike Lewis , Tom Scott , Whit
Burns , six unknown roustabouts ; Min
nie Taylor , Joe Christian , Ben Richard-
Tbo ill-fated boat left here at noon
K > n her regular trip , carrying a largo
miscellaneous cargo of freight and a
largo number of passengers. At 2 a.
m. , just as the steamer was entering
Lake Palmyra , a sudden wind and rain-
rBtorm of cyclonic proportions came
out of the west , catching the Provi
dence broadside on. The little vessel
was lifted almost entirely out of the
water , her upper works blown away
and the hull tuined bottom up In 40
feet of water. Most of the crew and
passengers were asleep at the time
.and had absolutely no chance of es
cape. Only nine of the boat's entire
party wpre saved. The property loss
will amount to several thousands of
dollars. A steamer carrying caskets
- and divers left for the scene Immedi
ately and will attempt to recover the
CYCLONE KILLS SEVEN PERSONS.
Fierce Wind Levels Buildings and
Trees In Mississippi.
VIcksburg , Miss. , March 13. A cy
clone swept through the southern sec
tion of Copiah and the northern sec
tion of Lincoln counties/this morning ,
killing at least seven persons and lev
elling buildings , trees and fences.
Montgomery , a village in Copiah coun
ty , on the Illinois Central railroad ,
was the worst sufferer and four bodies
are known to be under debris of col
lapsed buildings there. Three miles
further south , a railroad camp was
. wrecked and three negroes killed.
A passenger train on the Illinois
Central was struck by the storm and
every window in every coach was
blown in. At Hazelhurst considerable
damage was done. Wires are down in
all directions and It Is impossible to
hear from outlying districts.
EXPLOSION WRECKS HOMES.
6ix People Injured , One Fatally by
Natural Gas Used in Dwellings.
Peru , Ind. , March 13. Two natural
gas explosions yesterday wrecked two
buildings and injured six people.
Frank Kiloy , Sr. , is supposed to bo
fatally Injured. Others injured are :
Frank Kiley , Jr. James Kiley , Bridget
Kiloy , Mrs. John Hayes and baby.
The first buildln'g wrecked was occu
pied by Mrs. Hayes. The explosion
awakened the Kiley family and the >
rushed to the porch. While standing
there another explosion wrecked their
house and hurled the Kiloys Into the
yard. The elder Kiley was found
burie d in the debris.
Tornado In Mississippi.
Rock Haven , Miss. , March 13. A
windstorm , amounting almost to a tor
nado , passed through here yesterday
afternoon. The residence of William
Melville , two miles west , was un
roofed. Mrs. Melville was badly hurt
and the negro cook dangerously. Four
miles north of here , at Montgomery ,
a negro woman was killed by a fallIng -
" Ing tree. The residences of Mrs. Isaac
Smith and L. W. Bouchlllon were de
molished. The school house was
blown from Its foundation and sev
eral other buildings damaged.
Indiana Swept by Gale.
Indianapolis , March 13. A gale has
been blowing over the entire state
and many reports of minor damage
have come in. The greatest damage
seems to have been done In the oil
fields. Near Marlon $25,000 damage
was caused. A dwelling house in
North Marlon and a school building In
West Marlon were unroofed and at
least 75 derricks In the oil field were
Four Bodies Are Recovered.
Negaunee , Mich. , March 13. The
bodies of four of the ten victims of
the Negaunoe mine disaster of Jan. 7
wore recovered yesterday. Some of
thd other bodies are In view of the
workmen. The bodies are mutilated
'beyond recognition. The drift where
the bodies are la In a treacherous con
dition owing to quicksand.
To Report Exclusion Bill. x
Washington , March 13. The senate
committee on Immigration agreed to re
port the Chinese exclusion bill known
as the MitchelMCahn measure. It Is
substantially the same as the modified
bill submitted by the Pacific coast com
mittee , only a few verbal corrections
' 'having ' been made.
* . .
Chlrlqul Captured by Liberals.
Colon , Colombia , March 13. Infor-
tnatlon .wag received hero yosterdaj
that Chlrlqut has juut becu captured
3 > y liberal forces.
BOSTON STRIKE GROWS.
Several Thousand More Men Go Out
and Situation Is Alarming.
Boston , March 13. With 20,000 men
Idle , their ranks likely to bo greatly
swelled by sympathetic votes of the
building trades council and the Uostott
Central Labor union , which moot to
night , and the city beginning to suffer
from conjested traffic , the only rny of
light Is the hope that the conference
arranged for this aftormion may loud
to a settlement of the strike.
Freight business at the various rail
roads , wharves and docks has boon
Almost at a standstill and the mov
ing of accumulated merchandise Is be
coming a most serious mutter to mer
The strike of the conl teamsters waa
one of the mont RBgiavatlng features
of the day , and its effect was quickly
felt In hotels , restaurants and places
having accommodations for only a lim
ited supply of coal ,
The effect of the strike Is being felt
severely In nearby manufacturing
towns. At Lynn , shoo factories , em
ploying In the aggregate 3,000 hands ,
liavo been forced to shut down , be
cause of the failure to receive con
signments of leather , and some other
establishments are running on half
Noddle Island assembly and O'Con-
ncll assembly of Charlestown , the two
remaining 'longshoremen's unions ,
voted to join the strikers. The action
of these two bodies ties up the entire
water front of the city.
FATHER KIDNAPS HIS CHILD.
Assard. George , Separated From His
Wife , Takes Daughter and Escapes.
Sioux City , March 13. Mrs. Maggie
George has called upon the officers to
recover her 6-year-old daughter , Ma
mie , who was boldly kidnaped last
evening by Assard George , the little
Little Mamie had stepped out to buy
some candy and the father , who lay In
walling , seized the child and ran down
the alley. It Is believed he Is now
on his way to his home at Grand RapIds -
Ids , Mich. An unsuccesful effort was
made to intercept at Blair , Neb.
The Georges were married seven
years ago. Mrs. George says George
would not support her , and on that
ground she secured a divorce last Oc
tober , at Cadillac , Mich. George re
cently located her at Sioux City and
had been waiting around for the last
few days for an opportunity to cap
ture the child.
State Records Destroyed.
Lincoln , March 13. The complete
manuscript of all rulings of the de
partment of public instructions for 20
years were destroyed in the Fremont
Tribune fire Tuesday. Unless some
of the proofs and plates were saved
the loss will be almost incalculable.
Deputy Superintendent McBrien left
for Fremont yesterday , and there will
endeavor to recover some portion of
the book. The compilation Included
all official decisions given by the de
Strikers Gain Their Point.
South Bend , Ind. , March 13. The
Malleable firon works' strike , Involv
ing about 200 men , ended yesterday
by the men returning to work with an
increase of wages to those last paid.
This Is the third strike here in a little
over three weeks. The 1,800 Singer
works' employes are still out , with
small apparent prospects of an early
Schwab Visits Chicago.
Chicago. March 13. Charles M.
Schwab , president of the United States
Steel corporation , paid an unexpected
and brief visit to Chicago yesterday
and neither he nor his attorney , who
came to Chicago with him , would vdl-
vulge the object of their trip. Mr.
Schwab left last night for New York.
Kansas Conference Opens.
Washington , Kan. , March 13. The
Kansas conference of the Methodist
church began its 47th annual session
here yesterday. Ds. T. B. Noly of
Philadelphia delivered an address on
the Sunday school and Dr. Homer
Stuntz lectured on the work In the
Advocates Government Ownership.
Now York , March 13. Martin
Knapp , chairman of the interstate com
merce commission , delivered a lecture
last night In Cooper Union on "Trans
portation , " In which he advocated the
government ownership of railroads.
SPARKS FROM THE WIRES.
Two hundred bricklayers are out on
a strike at Columbus , O. , for 55 cents
The 12-months-old child of Gustav
Brown , a traveling salesman of Den
ver , was suffocated to death by a large
cat , which Inhaled the infant's breath ,
Neal Stanback , a young negro , who
attempted a criminal assault upon CO-
year-old Miss Preufer , a missionary
to the negroes , was hanged at Ports
mouth , Va.
, Dow & King's elevator at PHtsfleld ,
Ills. , was destroyed by fire Wednes
day , together with 40,000 bushels of
wheat and 5,000 bushels of corn. In
surance , $28,000. ,
The five-story building at 23-25 Randolph -
dolph street , Chicago , occupied by
Sidney Shepard & Co. , dealers In tin
plate and metals , was destroyed by fire
Wednesday. Loss , $80,000.
Union machinery molders of Cleveland -
land , to the number of 500 , went on
atrlko Wednesday to enforce their de
mand for a minimum wage scale of $3
per day. Eleven shops are Idle.
President Search of the National
Association of Manufacturers an
nounced that tbo 7th annual conven
tion of that organization will bo held
in Indianapolis , April 15 , 10 and 17.
Republicans to Compromise on
20 Per Cent Reduction.
CONFEREES WILL HOLD MEETING
Every Indication That a Settlement
Will Bo Effected Overtures for
Compromise Made by Supporters of
Washington , March 13. Overtures
have been nindo for compromise of the
conflict over tariff conceHHlonn to
Cuba and there are evidences that the
elements will eomo together probably
on a proposltlou to have the 20 per
cent reciprocal duty apply for one
year from next December and cover
ing the sugar crop. It Is understood
that Chairman Payne and Representa
tive Dalzell made the overtures to
ward an agreement. One of the leaders
of the opposition said that .Mcsnrs.
Payne and Dulzoll had made the prop
osition to htm and had asked for an
answer. This waa followed by ai hasty
conference , which developed difference -
once of views. William Alden Smith
said no compromise would bo accept
ed until after n meeting at which It
could be considered deliberately. Mr.
Tawnoy said the limitation of time
was material , but that no compromise
would bo accepted affecting agricul
tural products without similarly affect
ing manufactured products.
Soon after the overtures of com
promise were made the element op
posed to the ways and means commit
tee plan called a meeting In the com
mittee room of William Aldcn Smith.
Some 30 members were present and
the discussion lasted about two hours.
The sentiment was rather unfavorable
to accepting the plan of 20 per cent
reduction for the year from next De
cember and some of those present
favored rejecting the plan. But It
was urged against this course that so
long as overtures for adjustment haa
been made In good faith it was only
proper to meet the committee and Mr.
Payne and his associates were advised
that they would be met by a commit
tee from the other side.
During the meeting the statement
was made that one of the beet sugar
advocates had been assured by repre
sentatives of the ways and means com
mittee that the plan of compromise
would not cover this year's sugar crop
and would apply only to the crop ot
next year , harvested prior to Decem
ber , 1903. Some doubt existed , how
ever , as to these assurances and It
was considered quite vital to learn
with definlteness whether the 20 per
cent reduction would apply to two
crops or to one. It was stated after
ward by ways and means commltteo
members that the compromise plan
'would ' affect two crops that of this
year and next allowing 20 per cent
off on each. There was no purpose , It
was stated , to limit the reduction tea
a single crop.
This matter probably will be left to
the arbitrating committee , with the in
dications that the beet sugar con
ferees will insist on limiting the re
duction to one crop , that of next year ,
and with that limitation will bo in
clined to accept the compromise plan.
DEPEW URGES SHIP SUBSIDY.
Delivers Elaborate Speech In Support
of the Measure.
Washington , March 13. Again yes
terday the ship subsidy bill occupied
practically the entire time of the sen
ate. McCumber ( N. D. ) presented a
carefully prepared argument , In which ,
as a representative of an agricultural
state , he favored the bill on account of
its protective features. Depew ( N. Y. ) ,
one of the committee on commerce ,
delivered an elaborate speech , in
which he analyzed the arguments both
for and against the proposition to pay
subsidies to the shipping industries.
Both as an argument and as an oratorical
torical effort , the speech was brilliant
and was listened to attentively by sen-
'ators and by throngs In the galleries.
His peroration , In which ho pictured
in glowing language the results of the
operation of the bill , elicited hearty
applause from the galleries. A few
bills were passed , Including pno provid
ing for the redemption of Hawaiian
silver coins and the substitution there
for of American silver coins.
CLASH OVER PACIFIST CABLE.
Corliss and Richardson Lock Horns In
Washington , March 13. General de
bate on the postofllce appropriation
bill continued today , a number of top
ics being discussed. The proceedings
yesterday wore enlivened by a clash
between Corliss ( Mich. ) and Richard
son ( Ala. . ) on the subject of the Pacific
cable. This is the second time these
two members have locked horns on the
Slmn ( Tenn. ) devoted some time t *
showing how the house had been bun
coed In connection with the permanent
Dougherty ( Mo. ) discussed rural
free delivery , Jackson ( Kan. ) the gov
ernment ownership of telegraphs , and
Greene ( Pa. ) the Philippine situation.
The latter argued that If wo would
proclaim onr purpose to grant Independence
pendence- the Filipino the Insurrec
tion would cease Instantly. The house
adjourned at 4:30 : out of memory to
Doorkeeper Glenn , who died yester
Favors Hepburn Bill.
Waohington , March 13. The sonata
committee on isthmian canals has de
cided , by a vote of 7 to 0 , to roperS
the Hepburn bill , providing for tun
construction of an Isthmian crial via
the Nlcaraguan route.
ALTCELD PASSES AWAY , '
Seized With Fatal Illness nt Cloco of
Address for Boers.
Jollt't , Ilia. . March 13. Konuor Gov
ernor John I' . Altgold died at the llo-
tel Munroo at 7 a. in , yesterday. Ho
had been unconHcloim since midnight.
Mr. Alt gold was the principal speak
er at a pro-Boor mass meotlnc Tues
day night In the Jollet theater. Jtiut
at the close of his npoech u sudden
illzzlncHs seized him and ho wan as-
BlHtod from the BtaRi' .
Mr. Altgold ctuno to Jollot Tuesday
afternoon , having biu-n ndvortlflod an
the upcc'liil orator for the big Will
county pro-Boor mrollng. llo con-
fcBHc-d that ho wan not In the host of
health , having been troubled with
some apparently simple Htonmeh all-
llo was not willing to allow that to
Interfere with IIH ! Hpcoch , however ,
Ills great lutorcpt In the South Afri
can struggle having been heightened
by the niuiounccmnnt of the Iloor HUC-
cons In the capture of General Mo-
It was noticed during the address
that the former governor throw an
unusual amount of energy and feeling
Into his words , and the collapse , the
phyHlclaiiH think , reunited from over
straining his already weakened physi
CMaronco Darrow , a lifelong friend
and later a law partner of the former
governor , said that the governor died
as ho had lived , pleading the cause of
the lowly. Mr. Altgold , In the speech
which was fated to be his last , declared
that all friends of humanity owed
a debt of gratitude to Governor Yaten
for Issuing a proclamation soliciting
nnslHtanco for the Boer women and
children In their concentration campn
which the British are maintaining Iu
Remains Reach Chicago.
Chicago , March 13. The remains
of former Governor Altgold arrived
at Chicago last night and now llo at
his Into home , 3225 Madden vonuo.
The body was accompanied on a spe
cial train by a few of his old friends ,
by his buslnes partners and a delega
tion of business men.
KRUGER'S FAITH IS STRONG.
Has Confidence That Great Britain
Can Never Subdue the Boers.
New York , March 13. A dispatch
from Utrecht , over the signature of
President Kruger , to the Journal , says :
"There will be more & jed news yet
from Delarey. This victory of his re
minds me of General Botha's allusion
a year ago to the miracle of faith
whJch saved Daniel out of the lions'
dcu My faith In the ultimate triumph
of the Boer cause could not be greater
than It is now , and , Indeed , It never
has been shaken. I hope England will
show that she sees her folly of at
tempting to subdue the Boer race , by
recognizing It now and by restoring
Independence to the Transvaal repub
lics. By doing this she will spare herself -
self as well as the Boors further
bloodshed and expense , and will retain
the republics as friendly neighbors. "
King Cancels Visit to Ireland.
London , March 13. King Edward
has cancelled his visit to Ireland.
There are several reasons for this de
cision. The first Is that the corona
tion festivities , which Involve fatigu
ing obligations and needful rest , would
postpone the visit until autumn ; sec
ondly , the fears that the present tem
per of the Irish nationalists and the
United Irish league agitation might
lead to some offensive demonstrations ;
thirdly , it is said that several of the
leaders of Catholic opinion in Ireland
have warned the government that It
would bo inexpedient for the king to
visit Ireland so soon after his acces
sion to the throne and his declaration
against Roman doctrines In England.
The announcement evokes mingled
feelings of regret and approval.
Funston Puts In a Busy Day.
Chicago , March 13. General Fred
Funston was a busy man yesterday.
The entertainers had him rounded up
at 9:30 : in the morning and it was mid
night before he gained his hotel again.
A decidedly interesting feature waa
General Funstou's reception at the
Marshal Su Defeats Rebels.
Hong Kong , March 13. Marshal Sn ,
who recently arrived at the scene ot
the Kwang SI rebellion-and took command -
mand of the Imperial forces , has de
feated the rebels at Lung Chow. Su
expects to suppress the rising In a
Lieutenant Hagedorn In Custody.
Manila , March 13. Lieutenant
HaKedorn , quartermaster of the Fif
teenth Infantry , has been placed In
confinement , charged with-embezzle
TELEGRAMS TERSELY TOLD.
W. J. Glenn , the doorkeeper of the
house of representatives , died In
Washington Wednesday from pneu
monia following an attack of grip.
P. S. Adams , Jr. , cashier of the Com
mercial bank of Fulton , Mo. , which
failed two months ago , after ho dis
appeared , baa been located In Hone
The Illinois Central depot at Dyers-
buig , Tenn. , and five cars loaded with
merchandise were burned Wednesday.
The loss to the railroad company Is
Governor Van Sant of Minnesota has
Instructed Attorney General Douglas
to begin proceedings In the otato
courts against the alleged merger of
the Iron range railroads.
George P. Welch , proprietor of the
Taylor hotel at Pleasant Hill , Mo. ,
committed suicide at the Hotel Cros
by Kansas city , Wednesday. De
spondent over business roverucs.
Woman Confesses Leadership
of Gang of Vampires.
Saya Unsuspecting Victims Were
Lured Into Her House , Robbed and
Often Beaten to Death and Their
Bodies Thrown In River.
Beaumont , Tex. , March 13. Mattlo
Heunult cnnfcBHod to Sheriff Llndloy
that itho WUH at the bond of a gang of
negro woman and whltu mon who had
for montliH boon luring men Into hot
house , drugging them , hi < utlng thimi
and lobbhiK Ilium. If they dloil , the
vlctlnm wore dragged to the rlvor and
thrown In. If they wore only Htunnod ,
they wore taken out of the IIOIIHO to a
remote part of Homo Hlroot and loft
for podentrlann or pollccmou to find ,
A fear la felt that more than 12
men , among these who Imvo conio to
BoRumont and wore afterward report ,
cd us "missing , " have huun murdered ,
and that their bodies are now at the
bottom of the rlvor. In the hint three
months at least 50 Imjulrlnn for mlHS-
Ing mon have boon received , and , whllo
no ono Hupposon that the gang ban
murdered HO many IIH fil ) , there IH a
four that some of the disappearances
are duo to their work.
Flvo bodies have been found In the
river since the first of the year. The
Bennett woman was arrested Sunday
on suspicion of being connected with
the murder of Benjamin Pcarnon. She
denloB being guilty of this crime , but
admits that ono of the gang of which
HIIO is a monuior dlHt-UHHod the com
mission of the deed. On the strength
cf her confession a white man ,
"Punch" Prim , and a negro woman ,
"Mary Jane , " have boon arrested. All
of them have boon "sweated" and
Sheriff Llndloy says ho expects a full
confession , not only of the murder of
Pearson , but of others within a Hhort
whllo. Sheriff Llndloy IH looking for
two more negro women and six or
eight while mon , ROIIIO of whom are
wanted as witnessed.
ANOTHER WITNESS MISSING.
Woman Expected to Testify to Con-
fesslon of Fife Vanishes.
Savannah , Mo. , March 1.1 , Lydla
Brlnknian , a witness for the state In
the trial of Stewart Fife , for the murder -
' dor of Frank Richardson , was not on
I hand when wanted yesterday. It was
I this woman , who Iu alleged to have
said that Flfo made a confession to
I her. E. E. Norrls , who was expected
I to swear that Flfo had threatened to
I kill RIchardBon , has not yet been
j found. Mrs. Richardson was In court
< when the state resumed the examina
tion of witnesses.
L. C. Caldwell testified that last
Rummer before Fife loft for Washing
ton , where ho was anestcd , the defendant -
fondant had told him ho believed ho
would commit suicide. Fifo had said
If he ( Caldwell ) had had as much
trouble as he had he too would kill
Charles F. Roolior , who is conductIng -
Ing the prosecution , became 111 sud
denly during the morning and court
Dobson Must Hang.
Helena , Mon. , March 13. Governor
Toole refused to commute'tho death
penalty passed upon Clinton Dobson ,
now a/Waiting / execution at Deer Lodge.
Dobson , while serving a 90-year sen
tence In the penitentiary for murder ,
Induced another convict to murder his
father , Captain Oliver Dobson , and
leave with him a confession purportIng -
Ing to assume the crime for which his
son was being punished. Captain
Dobson was murdered In accordance
with the plot and his assassin was aft
Social Amenities in Kentucky.
Hopklnsvllle. Ky. , March 13. At an
entertainment given near Cadiz , Albert
Bridges , an influential planter , was
shot and killed by Scott Thomas , aged
22 , and a member of a leading family
In this region. Thomas had gone to
the function under the Influence of
liquor and Bridges was trying to lead
him from the room when ho was shit.
Dr. Gray In Court. s
Chicago. March 13. Dr. Robert E.
Gray of Garden City. Kan. , appeared
In Judge Ball's court yesterday to an
swer to the charge of being responsi
ble for the death of Miss Irma Brown.
When court adjourned not a juror had
been sworn to try the case. More
than a score of them had been ex
cused , the greater number by the de-
Burglars Rob Indiana Bank.
Earl Park , Ind. , March 13. Burglars
entered the private bank of Hawkins
& Dillon at this place , using n crow
bar taken from the section house , with
which to force the door and then re
sorting to dynamite In forcing the
vault door and money chest. Only
about $500 * vas secured.
Thompson Is Under Arrest.
Port Huron , Mich. , March 13.
Charles D. Thompson , ox-supremo
finance keeper of the supreme tent
Knights of the Maccabees , who some
time ago confessed to a shortage of
$57,000 , was arrested yesterday on a
complaint sworn out by Sheriff Maincs.
Had Enough of Life.
Los Angeles , Cal. , March 13. Ed
ward Singleton , son of millionaire
John Singleton , owner of the Yellow
Aster mine at Randsburg , committed
suicide last night by shooting himself
through the head.
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