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Six Men Killed by One Near
Great Northern Freight
Train Thrown Over.
Carried 150 Feet Down an
General Xcws Drought by
Seattle. Wash., March 11). A
cifjht train on the (treat Northern
as thrown over an embankment
ear Sniokcnii-.il yesterday and enr
ied 15 feel I.y an immense snow
iide. Six men u'in killcil 11111! the
train entirely covered with earth and
S air l'aM-n Transmute J.
Wajiiinctox, March 1!). The state
partment through the president
today transmitted to the senate all
the information in its possession rc-
aiuiu;; imiciKiii s -ieara:;ua mei
etlt. and landinrr i,f the l'.ritisli
troops. There was nothinj: startlin".
in the correspondence, tint it dis
closed that the incident is not
osed as has l.een inaccurately
The Mtat!:i at Cripple t'ipi k.
1envkk, March 19. Adjutant icn
Tal Tarsnev. after a conference with
the miners commit tee at C'rioole
'reek today, reported to the pi v.
rnor that the miners were remit- to
arbitrate, and that the militia were
not needed. The rovcrnor has r-
er the militia back to their respec
Ihe l.-ittre aiif iHStiif..
pATtHAdt E. L. I.. March 19 The
steamed Lahrctaue. which went
ashore on the ou-cr bar of the (irent
South beach, during the for last
;ht. floated olT uninjured at hijrh
tide i his mornin"-.'
Mtiliiinairr It'. Ilmd.
Nr.w Haven. Conn.. March 11).
Millionaire II. P.. Ites. who recently
became insane, is dead.
At leu: )t l-ri A ftui:i:U i;:.
Pl'KINoFltUN O., March !. A lns:,inl!y
Unui t wam lulu iaMiiiuti Krw-t.
th Fnrrty tor ilil-.ii I'oc.Me;-, n-n:it;j-
tTica for the -ninrtrr of tit-org-.- (:ur:u::u
r"rKk tvns sitting i:ear the t iaiiotv in Lis
lionii! In l iiutr hi Inliv on Lis Ian when a
shot was lireU nt. hisu irom tn;-uarkm-s.
The li."!l just mis-ej his l:e.iii anil Ir.iricu
itself in ll.e w.-;!I. It, is tlioii-lit Mir
murderous shot was lir.-l lv cue of Cur-
lilau's frit-mis. The police ure itivisli;;:it-
Insists on 4;;tnii's sarri'iiili-r.
lit KNos AVKES, March lit. A tispac'.l
received livie tn.:.i Kio de .Taneiro s:n s
lli.it I'rvsiihiit lV";.iiti insis;s upon the
surrciiih r of Admiral D.i ( emi.-i and tl.e
it her ri ln l officers who have taken refuse
in h.ianl I'ortMtu-.-.. vessels. The press
lent ileclaies t l.at tliey will l tried in
the orditiniv iriluiu.-i'.s. The J'ortuuuese
;.d:niral lias promised t refer the matter
to the I'orttiue.si- Koveriuiieiit.
( milium Vt eilliii; at Sprotlielit.
Sl-KINt.HI.1.1., UN., Jiareh !'..-Miss .ten-
nie Kohin-on, daughter of the late lion.
lames C. K .liin-ma, a pr iiiiiiu-iit poiiti
iao of this state, ami ex-Secretary oi
State Isaac X. I'. atsoii. of Macomb, tviil
IK- niarrii ti stioriit , nnu 111 v.eu- ot this
Miss Koiiiiisou has tendered lier resigna
tion as steiiourapl.er ill t!ie Hi e ot the
seen tart of stale.
C'olifi Teller Mr-rli-d s:l Last.
()i At: A. .Marcl. IH.-In spue i f the disii-
re.-mcnt as to the basis of the coiiieronci
aim i ire reiu.'.ai 01 i ur i i.ion I'aeitic em
iiloves to pr-Hv-ed undi r the letter of Pres
ident Chirk relative to the seoiic of the
liscussioiis. t lie tvage con. ( reiiee has lie
;un. T lie telegraphers j;ot lirst heiirintr
and it will take about t hreu days to net
througli tv.in tneir ease.
A Mexiran .laek-ttir-Itipjier.
(if ANA.IL ATI 1, Mex., March IU. Antonio
Aidiane, a JIexic:an accused of one of the
most atrocious crimes ever committed, has
liecn arrested at l-'ilu., near this city
where, in a Irctizy over some unknown
cause, he murdered an old man of !: yiars,
ilH.yof Unml n girl ot .1. After hiding
them he rut ami slashed their bodies iu u
Slum 'l'renrlii' nt Kaiikatma.
KAI KAI'NA, Wis.. March III. Professor
Sims, the A. P. A. lecturer, preached ut
the llaptist church here, but referred only
slight ly to the A. P. A. and his former
trouble here, lie was forced to drive from
sheliovgali, sixty-live miles, because no
passenger train was available Sunday and
lie was relusel jicrmissiou to ride on a
freight. There wan no ('.isturbance.
Hope to I'll the arpenter Hilt.
I)KS MIM".S March 111. A motion to re
consider the rejection of the CarHuter
liquor bill by the senate is on Tile, and this
mat ion will come up for art inn tomorrow.
To defeat t let bill last week the Prohibi
tionists and Democrats voted together,
and it is now said that cm the next voU;
this fusion will disapa-ar.
Whisky and HIrIi Altitude Iton't Mis.
La RAMIE, U yo., March 111. John O Xeill,
of Nnpu, Cilia., became demented on the
east-lsiund Union Pacific tru,iii and was
nlnciil in a howpitad here. 1 ia thoueht
4xces.siveilrinkingand the igh altitude
UltllM-ll mm s j.
J Olrl ltnriMMl I.y I-orest I' ire.
' CAS8VILLE. iio., March 19. Louisa
Laird, uued 1ST of Mineral Springs, was
burned to death while assisting a neighbor
I in fiithting forest lire.
BRECKINR1DGE SECRETLY MARRIED.
The Matft-r I!ro.ik-l,t to I.,-l.t in tlie Ciw
"WAsnixcTox, March in the r.reck-
inridi:e'Pollnru case t Im .mint f.,.,,
itit4TC-t in legal circles was the enrmra.
tion of the rumor that Colonel Ilri-ckin-
n.igfttvas secretly married to Mrs. Louise
Viinyn .ytv York last April, three
months before tlie nublic o.-ren.n.,v ;..
Cineinn .ti. AVhea Colonel P.-,,.L ;,.i.i.
wasshov n the dispatch f,-i., New York
he refuse l to admit its in.ii.
. . -- - vi. .'I IV UlUUil.
net It. M:s coiiiisid m.,1
Idh.nel Shelby, however, co;iIir::ied the
rejiort. Attorney Stall sai4 when in
quiry was made whether the .1,U
wnnld be h ssrd on thi
s earlier marriage:
nur nis counsel would be tvisi. tr. ,liso.
the defense. As for the marriage certili- ',
cate tiled ly Dr. l'axton .,r .s... ,i.... '
, . --S....s. .
peaks for its. If."
It is improbable nfter all that this secret '
marriage will const it u:g . t.r.,v i..,-..i f... i
tor in the case, for while it occurred At.ril I
li the reiiri-cntatimis tvl.l.i. -..i i ,
ide to Mrs Itleekl.iini :
that Miss I'ol.
made prior to
rd was his fiance were
:l:e set-let t:iarria"e. t hn .
pi onuses mai.e :a tlie nresen.-i. ot t,.;..
-Moore, the chief of pobee, being "tiio-e
which were Mibs, ;uent to the secret -vic-inoiiy.
EXPLOSION CF DYNAMITE.
One I'ersou Kille,'. otlii rH lllinrf-il .... 1
nt U TH, Minn., March l!l.-l):to AY.i"-
Uir, aged 13, was killed by n ilyuamite
explosion, which ttr eked the house f
his parents, ltichar.i Wagtu-r. a Ceriiian
laboring man, who lived in the outskirts
of the cit.v. while the !..i:iily was at br.-ak-fnst
put three sticks ,.f dynamite i.. t
iven of the family coi.i.iag stuve to thaw
ut, a j ractice which it apiM ars was ccs-
tomary with him. Th dynamite he in
tended to use in blasti;;,' out a tveil. He.
Ie!t l.issiuis, Otto and l.dwurd, to watch
the stulV. t)tt pirk .i up one ot tlie
pie:-es. It burned hi- hand and he
ilroppedit. He was instant'.)- killed l y the
fXpl.isioa. Elwanlwas indly cut an 1
bruised. Mrs. Wagner an 1 a -'-ve.-ir.ol 1
irl baby were so badly i: i'.ired that they
were taken to tin. ho-mit;.!. The l
was completely wrecked. Wagner rscat c l
ELOOOY FIGHT IN ALA3AM.
One Man Killed and l tiers Mint ami Ter-
ST. IxiUS, Man h l'.i. A si
al to The
.' can.e j-
Pust-Diapnlch from l'rattvii
Thoniiis and Heurv
wtTTknowu jc-.mg men, had
about a debt. The former owe.'
Knives were tlrntvn and the-.
gether. Af.votl'n t wo brother?
the jneh-c to help him and Will
as -prtvITeTp to hrWtlfirrr7WF-
to'.s and raaors ttere freely tise l for tea
minutes and when the constable s-ct:-1
in the following damage had been .i ,ae: M.
Cheney, a bvs;.ind.-r, cut in the arm -rcd
shot dead; Henry At wood, both ttri cut
ott, shot in the h -ad and jugular 4nia ex
posed, will die; Will Thomas, out .nlmut
arms mid shoulder and she ill tli-; liip,
may tli--; (i.lmore Atwoudit sliot in the
right side ami cut in tne neck, v c atids
dangerous; Mose At wood, cut in the luft
breast and head.
I'o'iri- Iti.at AttaeUetl I.y Ovsler I-i!-.;-.
IlK.inu.Mi. a., March lit. The .v
war has assumed tin acute phase. A i. i
gram Irom the commander of the V
ginia police schooner Tangier scys ;;
iiiscratt was nttai ked from the :on
Smith's Island, Md., by twenty-live
thirty Mar) landers armed with rep at
rilles. He reuii ued the fire v. itn r.i.
anil then with cannon. One or 1110.,
cauiiou shots struck the storehc use imia
which the M.iiylanders were l.rii g. Tl:
M.'.rylanders tired live hundred rounds ..;
inure, and several oi' their. shots struck the
schooner. At the time ti c di-patcii was
sent the Marylanders were throwing up
c-arthworks. They hail, said the Taugier's
captain, :worn to kill the whole crew of
the Tangier, so that they catniut be wit
nesses against them.
Ant'iolJJ- - omstoek 3!elbil I.y ltnys.
NKtv"llAVt:N. Conn., March l'.i.-A::-tholiy
Conistm k lectured on the street to
a big crowd of boys 0:1 "This evils of
drunkenness und dime novel rending."
Several thousand boys gathered around
Comstock and cheered and made such a
noise that his talk could not lie heard.
Some Yale students were attracted to the
lecturer and filially rushed at him and
handled Comstock in a rough manner,
putting their arms around his neck and
rushing him out into the street, amid the
cries ot the mob of lsiys and other- who
were attracted by the excitement. There
was no police interference.
Army Officers Cut llotvn.
AVasiiisutcin, March . The military
appropriation bill, as agreed npou, pro
vides tiiat 110 appointments snail lie made
of major generals until the total liu label
is below two, and then ltxcs it ut. that
number; also that the commanding ollicer
shall have the rank cf brevet lieutenant
general. No assistant surgeons are to lie
appointed until the numlier is below
ninety, at which figure it shall remain,
and the chaplains are to be reduced to
twenty. This does not contemiilatu i.i.y
removals. The bill leaves the number of
enlisted men in the army us at present
Weighed Seventeen l"ounl nt IUrtli.
Santa Asa, Cal., March 111. Orange
county has established a reputation for
breaking records. llecently it beat the
mile running record, and it also Insisted
of 11 man who could b -at all comers iu
wood chopping. Now it can brag of Airs.
James Villi Norman of this city tho be
came tlie mother of a seventeen pound
boy. This is the largest ba'-y at birth
ever reported, and gives Airs. Van Norman
tiie world's record. Her friends are rais
ing a fund to send i:er una the baby to tne
ft ant lay AbolinUtMl.
Boston, March A time-honored iu
Ftitiuiou was looped off when Governor
Green bulge signed the bill abolishing Fast
Day, and substituting as u holiday April
1'J. It will be known as "L-xiugtou Day."
Xo official uttiue was given by the leis-luture.
C is,'; tl - atnae T .ri,p,,I, "r riCk'8 ,J,l'' Miia "T AS l!,fme '"F-lKn
l .. 1 I - 1
very soon, Mil it will ail be made known ' """"'i America, lie ram, n.,it t
Intilthen Mither Cohnw.i ... . kiTr m the b'lcupround mid be made
EOCK ISLAND. ILL., MONDAY, 3AECH
For Men Who Swear Allegiance
to Uid Ulory.
so rasETS aIcsbiseop IRELAIH).
anpsis of a
.anon In lit
Jf St. I tr
In livrisrd liv the
atrli-k'n I!ijr A
I'lea for a attonnl t'linrrh How tlie
KilM-rmiin 1'atroh Saint Orcrrami. Idola
try In the Cireen Ifc!e-A I'ttr Interest
hS I'las I::ridnt9.
ST. Pat-L, March 1!). Archbishnn Ire
land preaclc.-d in Hie cathedral on St. I'at-
jsive place in chitivh and state to Ameri
; canism. St.. Patrick tenches this lessou.
' Himself not a native of Inland, he !itcainj
! a most thorottsh Irishrnau. His success in
. rutivertir.g Irehm 1 to the Chtistian faith
J was largely due t his practical wis. loin in
id.iiitin.g the movable and accidental forms
llc" f:,lt:i to t,:t customs and traditions
of Iri1'- iiniog t lie f.oud ill of kinjis
and lor Is. attnuiilL' the haru to chant rr.
ugam t.igetaer tv K ii natriotism
t l.l''i-l.".r urn. n i? -.. it is.. .if-rHii.tis.
i in- jsreiioii roiie.imttius its pag.nism, n
i fi: u.-H ill ,
nan, co. le, anu tireservitm as
Csiristian customs and syaib .Is what had
heretofore scr'-nl- ns pagan token-, but
w hich was 11...V piti itied and rnuoliied. If
St. Patrick were tl bisl.on in Anir rira In.
j day h would be t lie Maunchest ot Amer
ican tint riots had the most loyal of Auier
. ican ciuz -iis.
IThe.'hnrc-h American In America.
The 'athoiii- c pre!: as far as she wears
a national aspect 4-inust Im- Aiii.-ric.-in in
j America. To male her Jrisii. is to make
her uti til for tl.i4 country. Cue toreigu
! nationality murkitig her. t .tetity other lor
j eigu nationalities would stri.e for tiic
j mastership. f:nd l t wii n tnein Ann rican
i.ni.oiiani y wvuui;u; neg.ecte.l in its own
home. Catholics if Irish descent must Ut
cm their guard ut t to barm religion by
linking with thef church Irish national
ideas or customs, e.r seeking to give a su
premary to Irish a.ntrol, or so acting in
any manner as tu induce the litlief ainotii!
Americans that tiic- Catholic church is not
thorough:)- AmcRican. The church haat
safiered ii jiii lai.it of Aiiiericanisni.
Oae atioenllstn suireni'.
Due nationalism' 'is ami must lie supremo
in oar civil and sicial matters, and that is
Amer.caa nationalism. On this condi
tion has Aiueriva admitted lorciguers to
cit.i: iishi;.. No political segregation of
cit.z.-ns 0:1 f.cvu:; lines can be allowed. It
is wrong to hi; Ye a so ca.l.-.l "'irisii A-.ner-icati"
vote. X;i oniisaoal.J vi.t as ;:n Irish
tiiau mid seek an '-.Hi -e as a:i Ivishmau.
It is tvrong ia pt iv.i.e lit.- to t -il: 1 . a. : J he
spirit o! a ior.-i :n nationalism attue ex
pense of Aauiicia 1: ;ii malisia. .Voihing
can lie allowed tli jr. takes ;n tin- slightest
degree irom t he li .or of l.er 11 g and aiie
giau. e to in r T i Ctiz iisof i .reig-.i ile
scetit i;;u.-.t l.i :iw tiia: 1 niy I.y being il.or
cui.h Ann ric :i:s a!i the) succeed 1 v.-:i iu
material prospects ,11: 1 iu g ii nag t:,. T!
s;itct and coau !;:. tie- country.
FAR ROCKAWAY GZTS EXCITED.
A fane in V. liic:-. It ti.s"ci;;l c.::rv" vs.
P.u: K 1 KAWAvl N. Y.. March !.".- l',.;i
lerable lii.ssatisi;! tioa wo rianiiest--d 0:1
central avenue a:o ong 1 he iaha! ita-its . f
this village St. Patrick's day tvh. a s veral
men pulled down the Au:.-i i. aa fl ag from
the ilags:a.T on thy t. vn 1 ::!! and rose 1 iu
its piacc a given ling lliteeu l.-,t ; n:g .-.ad
ten f i t wide with a br.iti;:.- hart. .rin:e.liu
the c-i ter.
The act 10:1 o! the 1:1 n so:.:i ,"t-
traded a 1 -n. v.
man-led that t
1 of cit::-. us. 1,,, ., jj..
ie ..stars and s.rii.t s he re-
piaceu, but wln-itji i,erm:t li.u.i li
e vii. age
f the bell
s t president. Aic're-.v Jit l'laiv. . ;:
the angry enevd t11ra-.1t its.-.!.,
the Ixian! ot irus-.c.-s. With.::
after Ti.c star, and striji -s hail I:.
inwa i; v:: 1',.)..; a;,;i: i, but 1.
anie st: .1.
it had i. t-i: c irrie.t t. t he t..;.
wet. which is t ;) iett higle-r than
.e town hn.ll n-:d laise.I 01a 1 .!-. t ie re.
ee tower is igj of tne iir.- -.iepart-1
at house and adjoins tie ;..w:i 1:.-::1.
': patriot u- At.ier.ian o.iet irs propose
aae f i.c
: up ami
ire -laanv 1
re, an i ;ii
'.1 w:i I:
1 .f the
cluing Near l!is I
t ne i
a ilea si -.vral yo-mg
has bf a sentence 1
and ttveitc !.i
:!i:dviic ot i-act
li it :.
..i i ::e
::I!.i is ba
success of Ib.od's
-ell upon. I l.e cottier
ai.soluie merit. Take Hood's
"ut the inrlnQ months.
P-JREST im BEST,
AT LEs THAN-
1 HEP R i C E PrQjH r RBR AM D S .
SOLD IN CANS ONLY.
Oitij: t l. Al u f r I )
. a n 1 n c ft r n
(U wr'-ri lU'J W-4IJ u
213 and -M.'i West Second Street,
Healer in Garden. Kicld and
Flower Seeds. Fresh, juire
and reliable of the highest
class, for the
Ar.d the Farmer.
Lawn Grass. 1 imothy. Clover.
A complete f-t.uk of Seed
It ills. Cultivators anil par
den tools of every descrij
tion. A fuil line of the cel
ebrated I'lanet, Jr.. tools.
Also berry bo material
Yholesale and Iletail Ic-aler,
213 and 215 West Second St..
, (Succaw.r to n. WKXDT.I
Merchant -:- Tailor.
11 Eie.Ltrulli StrrrU
Mr Fit and Workmanship Gum
an toed the liest
0 -at ing and Kiairirg Don
SAX&RICE, ROCK ISLAND,
Undersold Bv Xo One . .
Always to the Front at the
Adams Wall Paper Co.
Largest dealers in Rock Island. For the next two
wrtks. from TUFSIUY. MARCH 6, we will hang
wall iai.-r i urchased at our store for ioc h.t ro!L
... HOW IS THAT?...
And you Jiavc o;ir immense line of new goods to
select from. What do you think of that?
A dams Wall Paper Company,
310, 312 and 314 Twentieth street.
Nicest Store. I litest st'K-k in
. S- I
'-M f..- ;
PICTURESQUE AMERICA "
hrce ot 1 hese and 1 cn cents becures
Fart Four. t
PBICE TIULEE CXBTS-
the three cities.
LATEST NOVELTIES IS
ca ce tern AT
1:. r. iou.
The New Merchant Tailor.
1822 CL.COND AVE.
Harper Him Elock-