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ML. XXXVH. NO: 147.
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MYSTELIES OF MURDERS.
THE SEST DETECTIVES ARE POW
ERLESS WITHOUT A CLEW.
. ST. JOHN.
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PRICES LOWER THAN EVER.
Bow the O'Connor Murder Mystery Waa
Solved by an Accident Caaea That Have
Remained Unsolved for Many Tears and
Probably Always WHL
Assistant Superintendent of Police Roger
O'Mara is perhaps one of tbe best known
police officials in America. It is, therefore,
nothing to be wondered at that The Times re
ceived a request to have him give his views in
regard to mytterious murders, with especial
reference to tl e Wbitecliapel murders.
"There ore three phases of murder, each
one peculiar in itaelf, and not allied to the
other. The fust one Is the disappearance of
a person who lias been murdered, and yet no
proof can be established that tbe person baa
really been murdered.
"An Ulustmtkm of this can be found in
the London criminal records of 1840, when
Cutom House Officer O'Connor was mused
from his desk and never showed np again. It
was supposed for some time that he had de
camped with lime of the government funds,
but bis acooun s being correct and he having
been seen the evening previous to bis disap
pearance, in gcod health, it was supposed by
some persons -that be might have been mur
dered. Yet th 9 detective ability of London,
at that time the best in tho world, was for
some days doubtful concern lag the fate of
O'Connor. Ea:h member of tbe detective
ageucies and each editor bad his own peculiar
theory of what had happened to O'Connor.
Some suspected suicide iu the river Thames;
some suggested sudden mental aberration,
through which be bad wandered out of the
city and died rrom exposure and privation.
Some suggested murder, but could give uo
theory of why bo should be murdered, as be
bad little or n money on his person. The
murder theory bad been opjxwed by a large
majority of tLe Scotland Yard detectives
and editors of tapers, and also by the public
at largo, as no lody bad been found.
FOCMD BY ACCIDENT.
"In the courso of a few days," said Super
intendent O'Mtj-a, "it was discovered that
O'Connor bad been carrying on a criminal
intimacy with a married lady, Mrs. Maria
Manning, wife t f Fred George Manning, both
husband and wife occupying a good position
in society. Tbe superintendent of the Scot
land Yard detective agency visited Man
ning's house, an 1 had an interview with Mrs.
Manning. She was quite cool and self pos
sessed, and realily admitted that she bad
known O'Connor well, but had not seen him
for some time. Her husband also made a
similar statement, and O'Connor's disappear
ance remained unaccountable for some days
longer. But, at no insane man was found
wandering either in the city or in the
Thames, the ciurder theory was again
adopted, and th detectives called at Man
ning's house one morning and told Mrs. Man
ning they wishei to search the bouse. She
was cooking a gcose on a spit at the time, and
most obligingly showed them through the
bouse from the cellar to the attic, searching
trunks, presses, cupboards, etc., without
avail. The detectives concluded that the
Mannings bad nc knowledge of the disappear
ance of O'Connor, and exonerated them, but
as they were lea ring the house and pnH"ff
through the kit:hen one of the detectives
by accident plaoed his foot on the flag in
front of the fire, above which Mrs. Manning
was cooking the goose. The flag sunk a lit
tle undor the pre sure of his foot, and he bad
it removed, and underneath the flag, at the
depth of three feet, O'Connor's body was
found in full dress, just as he bad been mur
dered. "O'Connor was a bachelor, 43 years of age,
and occupied a s eeping room in a tenement
house, and bad a large amount of bis savings
in a bank in his room. Mrs. Manning and
her husband knaw this, aud conspired to
murder O'Connor, and when be privately
visited the bouse liie shot him and Manning
buried him under the flag in the kitchen.
"If the detective had not, by pure chance,
happened to step on the flag, O'Connor's
murder would never have been discovered.
Thus an accidental incident furnished a clew
that was all that was necessary to unearth
the bloody mystery.
"Mrs. Manning took his latch key and the
keys to his desks, went to his room and ob
tained all the money he possosbed, U00. Both
Mr. and Mrs. Maiming were hanged in front
of Eorsemonger I.ane jail in lb4y.
A PENNSYLVANIA MURDER. '
"Another case of mysterious disappear
ance," continued Superintendent O'Mara,
"afterward found to be a double murder, was
that of the two grandchildren of William
Showers, aged (58 j ears, who murdered both
children and buriel them in the garden. The
difficulty was to establish that a murder had
been committed, but when the bodies were
found there was no difficulty iu placing the
guilt on Showers. He was executed in Leba
non county, Pa., lest month.
"Another phase of murder is where tho
dead body is found and mutilated so there
could be no doubt that a murder has been
committed, yet no available clew to the mur
derer. Tho murde of Dr. BurdeU, at No. 81
Bond street, New York, in 1857, cornea under
this head, as also t oes the Nathan murder.
In each of these cat es it was self evident that a
murder bad been o immitted, but, as no clew
had been left, no single starting link on which
to found a clew as to who iierpetrated the
deed could be fouod, and the murders re
mained and ever w Jl remain a mystery.
"Yet another kind of murder is where the
murder is established and the murderer
known, yet no trao of him is to be found.
"Why the detectives were unable to fathom
the mystery of tbe Nathan and Burdell mur
ders was because tha murderers iu both cases
left no clews to their identification. In the
case of Maxwell, alias Hugh M. Brooks, who
murdered C. Arthur Preller and concealed
bis body in a trunlc, the murderer was well
known, and by leaving a single clow that he
had started on a west bound train, every
other link was easily found. If the first link
in the chain had bet n undiscovered Maxwell
would never have been brought to justice.
My impression in -he Burdell and Nathan
murders," Mr. O'Mara said, "is that both
were perpetrated I J persons living in tho
same houses with the murdered men." Pitts
Bound to Bo Civil.
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Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific.
Train Leave for Chicago.
Fasseiurer 7:56 s
Pa, anger 11:88 pm
" 5i:0s am
Arrive from Chicago.
Passenger ., fim
" 7:88 pm
" 8:40 pm
v:3 p m
A an a City. '
Day Express and Mall 6 :10 a m 11 :6ft p in
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Day Express 4 :40 a m 7:50 a m
KxpressFast 8:60 pm 11:85 pm
Council Bluff 1.
Day Express and Mail 4:50 am 11 :S5 p m
Night Express (:S0po 8:10 am
Depot, Moline Avenue.
J. F. COOK, Agent. Rock Island.
Chicago, Jlv rlington & Qcincy.
SU Louie Express 6:45a. tt.a 6:90a. no
St. Lonis Express 8:0 e.mb 8:50 r. a
St. Paul Express 8:00 a. n 6
8.. Psttl Express 7:45 r. at.
fieardstown Passenger.. 8:45 p. at. ft 11 :05 A. at. ft
WayPretcht(Monm'th) S:1a. n.ft 1:50 r.at.ft
Way Freight (Sterling) 1 :50 r. n.b 9:40 a. m.6
Sterling Passenger 8:00 a, a.o 6:65 r. M.ft
aDaily. 6 Dally ex Sunday.
M. J. YOUNG, Agent.
Chicago, Mtlwatjker & St. Paul.
BACINB AND S. W. DIVISION.
Mall and Expres, 6:a m 8:40pm
SU Paul Expr.es. 8:00 pm 11:00 am
"X.AAccora 8:00 pm 10:10 am
Ft. A Accom 7:80am 6:10pm
K. D. W. HOLMES. Agent,
PAST M sIL TRAIN with Vestibnled trains be
tween Chicago, Milwaukee, bu Paul and Minne
apolis. TRA v 8-CONTIN F NTA L ROUTE between Phi
cago. Council Bluffs, Omaha and the Pacific
GREAT NATIONAL TtOCTE between Chicago
Ksnsas City aud St. Joseph, Mo.
5700 MILES OF ROAD reachlne all principal
points In Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa,
Missouri and Dakota.
For maps, time tables, rates of passage and
freight, etc.. aoulv to the nearest station apent
of the Chicago. Milwaukee A St. Pan! Railway, or
iu any ranroau agent any wnere in toe worm.
ROslWELL MILLEit, A. V. H. CARPENTER.
General Manager. Gen'l Pass. A 1: Agt.
tW "For Information in reference tn I..nr1 and
Towns owned by by the Chicago. Milwaukee A
M. Paul Railway Company, write to H. O. Hau
gen. Land Commissioner Milwaukee. Wisconsin.
ile & Ohio R. R.
Is now offering for sale in tracts to
sun purciiisf-rs over
Suitable for Farmitijr, Gardening, Stock
Raising and Lumbering.
For particulars address or apply to
Land and Developement Co.,
Or any of the following named represen
tatives of tbe MOBILE & OHIO Rail
. F. E. CHAPMAN, General Agent. Chicago, 111
M. P. COOK. Trav. Pass. Ae-t. Klint Mich
K. E. POSEY, Trav. Pass. Agt. 106 North 4th
011 ccv, ci, 1.U111H, m u.
J N. EBERLt. Idtnd and Immigration Agent,
106 North 4th Street. M. Lnnl. Mn
f-L G. CHARLTON. Uen l Pass. Agent.Mo-
When writing mention the Acors.
LOTOS FACE POWDER
ralutnj' their complexfon should teonn m
SAMPLE BOX CRATIS
of the latest Imported and unanimously acknowl
edged as the beat
Guaranteed to perfectly harmless, Impereepti
lile. uuruhle and tnvl.ioie. For Sale ever.wbure
Prlee, S.e susal &Oe ser Hoi. Ask vout
druiuist (or it or write for iMiAtki aample buz tc
J. F. U0Y0 & CO., Sole Importers,
and 4181 W..klt. airect, CHICAGO.
LOTOS FACE POWDER
Fob Balk bt the Following Druggists
Marshall & Fisber,
HarU St Bahnaen,
and Frank Nadler.
fettiaterea TradeTlark, OJ31 the Strongeat. CbeoJ
ms Belt SrjJlferf
t Jnly xt, yn&.
Rubber Belting, be-l
waiw or xrauaoient
and poor imitations.
tKU trade asork pe-
rarwon mo PssMaas).
Every Week Different Bargains
This week you can find in our Boys' Clotiuno
Department, suits from 13 to 18 years of age for
$3 38 - worth $5 60
4.00 ----- 6.50
4.60 u 7.00
5.00 " 8.50
The goods are all made of good material and fit
well. Rock Island 'people should not forget that
their dollar is worth more than one hundred cents
in Davenport. We want your tiade and expect only
to get such by selling you your Clothing for less
money than you buy them at home.
Come and see.
' W One Price Clothing Honse,
Corner Second and Main Sts.,
Ncwcomb Block, DAVENPORT, I A.
THE MOLINE WAGON.
The Moline Wagon Co.,
Maiiiilartnrers of FARM, SPRfflG and FREIGHT WAG0E3
A rail and complete line of PLATFORM and other Pprtng Wacom, e.redally adapted ta atnl
W estern trade of superior workr lanship and finish Illustrated Price List free oa
application, gee the MOLJNE WAGON before purchasing.
GKEO. SAVADGE, .
' TIYOLI SALOON."
Second Avenue, opposite Harper House. Tbe cboicest imported
WINES AISTD LIQUORS.
Imported and Key West Cigars, a specialty.
Manufacturer of and Dealer in all kinds of
r3rChlldren's Carriage work a spec.alty. A nice stock on ban 1 to select from.
No. l606 Third Arenue.
A choice stock of Candies and Cigsrs on hand.
OLSEIST & PETERSON,
And Dealers iu Flour, Peed, Baled Hay and Straw, Crockery
Glassware, Cutlery, Etc.
78teamabip Agency and remitiarre to any part of Europe.
601 aad 60S Ninth Street, Rock Ialaad, Bl,
KRAMER & BLETJER, "
ook Binders, IPrinters
Blank Book Manufacturers.
"Orders by mail promptly attended to.
(Up stairs) No. 1612 Second Avenue, Rock Island, III.
JOECST H. EANSON,
(Formerly of Coal VaUey.)
Dealer in Choice Wines, LipoP
BEER AND CIGARS,
No. 1717 Second Avenue, Rock Island.
J. T. DIXON,
And Dealer in Mens' Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue
H. D. FOLSOM,
No. 1707 Second avenue, Rock Island
W. A. GTJTHEIE,
Successor to Guthrie A Co'llns.)
Contractor and Biiilder,
r-P, . , . , RCK ISLAND, ILL.
rT-Plans and estimates famished. A specialty made of Hue work. All orders attended to
promptly and satisfaction guaranteed.
Office and Shop No. 1818 Third Avenue-
SEIVERS & ANDERSON,
Contractors and Builders,
AU kinds of Carpenter work done. General Jobbing done on short
notice and satisfaction guaranteed.
Offlca and shop 1412 Pouxth ave., ROCK ISLAND, DLL.
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