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THE AMGUB, FiUDAY JANUARY' 15,1892.
I II I IMAIO DCDIIDI IAKiC I " -
Highest of all in Leavening Tower. V. F.. Gov't Ptrort, Aug. 17, 1S89.
I 1 V CS'
torS-fA f -3 il
DEATH YKHY BUSY.
The "Insatiate Archer" Counts
Two More Victims.
MASNKG LJD SIKEONI PASS AWAY
Tiro Fiminrnt I'relittc ol the Human t'ath-
aiid.sin i.il q n si : mi-, toumvtni: me ireti'i
of Koine's iilitj. His juliiii t-"as ti ll'
bl'utrd ith grvu pump .lime .
The Mil I til' HI Career.
The Hiiliii.il w.is -p:tietl suuoriiiu' at the
close of his life, ..U!ioue;ti col.., ions to tin
ln--t. The bishop of Nilford w;t at hi
luil-ide at 5o oiiM k..i.ni. vester.i.iy. 'J 'lire ar
clilKll was rapidly sinking, but hi- a
uIiIk to rt-qiu-i tnat mass be said, ami il
vrns celcbrati-il ly the hisluip in tin-private
oratory ailji iniuir the sit k 1 -handier.
In the mcunli ne Canon Johnstone
ollc, ( hunh Hie on the Same lay as i watched by the Led. At ':? o'clock.
Prince Albert Victor Some Account of i l'.i.-liop Salford rctumetl Jiml set-ins a
in the canlin.il com-
Mast All Over the W orld
ir wortls ami m ved his lips. At 7:'.J5 be
fell into a uuiet siren and remained iulhat
T --r.r . t 1 - mt 1: . tl r '
, .,' TV, " T I condition mii,'. l .uh ,-ame at A), when.
KglAi,d was at half-mast all over the ! .vil tlout a .,,.,,,. . Welded no his
j breal h.
.elites Mis l'i elicit y to Ills sister.
The Danger of Riding on Her
FATAL MISEAP AT A CECS5ISG.
Ilieir Career Knirland'a line at Half- I niarked cLanae
-Intense Sor- : -u'rucwi to repent tne prayer lor i lie iiyniji.
..,.. . , ,. . , 1 he cardinal snn led on hearini; tne lamu-
iiieess vt 1IUIIM uu liir
Qaeonlteartbroken Princesfi May.
world yesterday wherever the telegraph
coo Id flash the news that Prince Allien
Victor was dead. When the solemn to!!
in)? of the rreat bells in St. Paul's cathe
dral were heard yesterday moraine, tiny
conveyed to everyone within hearing of
their divp-nu mt hed booiuinst the fact I hat
the duke of Clarence add Avoudale had
JMWine! away. The bells of St. Paul's are
never toih d save on the occasion of the
death of an heir to the throne, and then
fore 110 further information was neces.virv
for the people of London to make them
nwnre that thednke had linally snicninlpcil.
Tb death took place at li a. ni. The prim e
t Imni .Ian. lsi4.
ConniiiiKlit Arrives at l'oitsmoutli.
The Puke of Cormaui-ht and Strat lieran.
uncle of Prince Albert Victor, and per
Honal aid-de-i-iimp to the iie( n, arrived at
Portsmouth at n-xiu from Osborne, lie
traveb-d in the royal yacht Albert and Vic
toria, which eutcicd port with thf: ensign
ut bulf mast. Ah liie royal vacht trot
noon- .a uie na-siup icioiy t;,e laltei s cal Koine, nificr.-d two severelo
.... ...... 1 1 . 1. r . .
17117,1.11 Tns iiiHrini ii can ina-i anil Ll.l- j .. - ,
n..v...o.... .. ... f ii 1 1. ..11 .1... ..1 day -.ManmriKand
frhips in the harbor. Tic i Hike of ( V;i
liauht iniineiii mTi ly i,in!cd imd took
a h()ec-ial train at. once f,,r Samlrin
ham. A I uu-i riiilivc r,iii-t-s View.
The St. .imiies ;.-ie!te in an article
which is bclnn il to n-Mcct t he K in ral
fi liji;, s.'i-. "Ji wfiuld b sycophancy to
i-ay that tl.e l,apli -.s j.rime was regarded
with crithiisiastjc i!i vot ion - i ntense p,-r-K011
al ri 1 by a majoi ii y ..f those over
whom he n.i-.-!.t havi.- rah A. e have, the
licst n-asou to believe that, in tin: deal h of
the Puke of t'lan-i.ce and Awimialewe
have lost, a promising yonn; prince, ho
lintimi ly taking oil" would claim our meed
of Wit-row even v. ithout the exceptional
circrim.-Ui.necs of the occasion. Hut it is
the circumstance of the approathi mar- commission of Or
nafre in whu h a sjx cial jiathos lies.'1
l'.et.K l fy His Mother ami the Queen.
Hut if the llriti-li public accepts the
event with little real sorrow as to the
prince himself tins :;niiit be said of he
mother and the roieeii. Prince Allx-rt "ic
tor was. and a!.a s has been, Conceit Vic
tori.t's la or itc .T.ind-oii, and his nritiim
ly death was u hum M irir blow to her.
The priie e w is ai-wivs ueak physically,
and this di. u bi less was bei ause he w it-, a
Hs-evi n mo!.:1,-" ,;:,. t is now recalled
that w bile llMpnm 1 -M.f Wnles wnssfcatitu
at l'romore pn. imis his birth she fell
heavily on the i, e The birth of the bite
duke loll v,. n i; !. in a IV .v weeks. is
wpakness. arnciii' in-' aimost. to elVcuiii
uy w hich w.i- the oc -asion of miinv
Court viIh it, 1 in- pi--- and anioni; L'o-sip-ers,
mly - ii-.i io iii.ni I. i u. ci, .-,-r I o his
parents' .- tV.., -t ;,!ni in- nim s.
jieciitlly i ','.. le-r elde-t sun.
Ills lleiirl l:j-oeli I iimee.
The lKtly had K en clothed in its archie
piscopal rolies pri paratory to the H ins in
-tat.- in the pro-i a Jn -tlral, when" thecardi
iial's hat and othi in-ii'iiia .f his hi-h i,;"
lice its it prince of he church will lie added.
Cardinal ManmriL li is left a w ill, brief and
simple in term, for Ids projierty was small.
The liti le lie had he cives nearly all to his
nearest relative, a -isfer, aed SfJ years.
I.eTt an A utotiio-raphy.
The cardinal 1 ft an autobiography,
which lie dictated durintr h isure period of
the pa-t few ((. One section of the
work deals in an interest iuv way with the
TH-rioil of his cm version to the Kom:.n
Catholic faith. It is awaited withcuri. s-
lty by many who v i-h to compare it, with
the famous 'Apoloiria Pro 'ila Sua" 01
ANOTHER L0S5 FOR ROME.
C ardinal Sitneolii. I-'oi-lltiTly 1'lipal er
retarj "I St .te, ;i.es Hence.
KoMK, Jan. 15.-P. ,ine. that is eccle.-i-is-. i-
The latter w.,-
formerly papal xr etary of state an i sin
cumlied to art alt e k of la ripie jester
day, after an iilnes . of several days. ;;.,
vanni Simi'oni v. a 1 ,.rn at Paliani .In v
ls!i, mid having been oi-iiaiiieii a prii-si
la-w.'is. on .-c'coun of his lraniim.:. i-n
Jiloj-cd in oflii c- of in;mrl. nice ail l.is ii;..
He ri se step by siei until in 17.-, he wi -inadc
a ciiid'ii .1 by Pius IX.. and on t he
death of Cardinal ' .i.toitelli the same pope
appointed him sec--etary of state. hen
l'ope Ij-ii came in .-iineoni was succeed, il
;ls seen t iry of staii byCanlinal Pr.u.i -!.:
in March, IsTS, when 1'ope I.eo appoi'i'.is
Cardinal Siiueoni prefect general of liie
pmpaaiid i. hi-i t he ecumenical coi;n
i il of the Vatieai "as convoked ! , -Simeoni
was one oi the advicrs for the
tal churches and mis
sion lor eeclesii ts( j. ai discipline.
EROWER EOLTS THE TRACES.
low a Senators llli -I ( lift Si'i n liin. hut
.11. , he
Ml ' 'i.-t i -ii
I ;; i; ish
And t here i-.no: her w ho v. . , i n
Had I Vent v. ilh ititeiie M.rroW , at.
the Princes., v.n;.. lo-r bet roi i,a
Jinnee, tin-oi. i, i,:,.,- oi a real ,i
seldom the (.-,-. wiih l-.i i,;-,,
deiired her :no;e t l-an evi i- lo ;
people, w ho h ive alway l..e l
renved as she is almost on ti e i .-( uf her
rniirriiiLre, t lie poiiia:icj iif her iri'-f noi-t
lie overwhelming, and to no iiieiiiher ol tin-
royal family do the sympathies of
people of all cln-si s j.o out willi .such
heartfelt carnes! ncs-. At Jlellast I he
liMims which are weaving the linen for the
household of I lie dead prince have been
"toppi-d and at Spitalfields, where i he
liatin for the wedding ilre-s ol I'nno
May was in hand, the looms also -lata!
btill by the order of deal h.
Will Sin- Marry I'rinee (.puri '.'
Doubtless the marriage of I 'rincel ieovm
may shortly le expected. It ba
more than once been snested 1 hat, like
t he present czar. Prince I ieoiKe may in.u ri
tht bethrothed ol his brother. 1 1, l- ai
least known that he and the Princess Ma;,
are fond of each other, so thai with i a
nous of state to nrce matters on, it on
not to be diiliculi to airanue sm-l.
THE GREAT MANNING DEAD.
I ai I a In t he Ol hers.
PksMuinks. .fin, lV -The senate wa
the scene yesterilaj ,ttuo surprises, 'i hi
lirsl, w a w hen l.iei tenant (inventor Po
lier niinonnced Hut hereafter he would
rule that a majoriij- of senators otiiiL:
was all I hat was iiei essai v to elect ollii -crs.
The second came lal er. All but three sena
tors were present ai d the absentees were
not Ib publh ans .'. vole wa; taken for
chief clerk, and ii. r suited: Cliff, lb-publican,
:.'t votes, Krici votine; f,,r Kcnni-ib .-,
Democrals not vol;n. Poym-r ordeve I
the names of elc ii Democrats to be
culled., and then announced that Cliff w.i
elected, shields, l)i miK-iat, said t iiat i.i
w ould at some fnlur time file a protest.
A surprise on the tltlier Siil-.
The toll wa- then called for the election
' ol a iii ist. iis-i-tani M-cretarv. Tl-.e 1 )eino
I (rats voted for K. Conklimr, the !!-publir.-iiis
for I,. rmtroiitr. ar-.d KriL'h-
voled for Cru w ford lavi-. I'.cfole Ihete
sult Wiis announced Senator Hiouer. who
had refrained from ' ot iie-. aroe and said
thatraiher than aj ree to certain condi
tions said to have bi-n made by Knule for
. : It i:ti r.o, .1-1 .. ...1 I .. ,. ..'....'I I ..l-
It.cl "'""ri;"'." ... o. ...... e,s
1 1 1 a i. uiiLiiii oc ciiii'.ie.i w ii.-ri tne n--'.
liculcnant ,'i.i-:-n..r look his seat., and see
imr no use in pruloiiiim the deadlock, as
tio principh' was inv lived, he w ould vr.ie
for Conkiin-.:. Thi settled it. All the
other DcmiHTiUic ik minces wen: elected,
and llrouer Voled f.ji them ill.
When Iti-stow Tuki-s lljs seat.
There i some talk that Senator P.rowei
w ill move to leoonsj hr the vole by which
Cli II was elect ed i and vote to jmt into the
ooico Secretary Pa -sons, of i.iiiii, the
IlemiK-ratic nominee. W in ! her he does in
not it. is ipiiie ocrlair that about the lirsi
act of the .' ieln.K n ts after liieulelij.lit
(iovei iior I'.eslo.v is i lauunrated w ill : 1 1:
elect ii new secrelary. The house d el.!
two sessions ycslerdnv, but transacted no
business. The inauurat ion cei emotiii-s
w ill l.iobalily l ake p.-e c In-M Ve.iiic-.in.
Munninc. IliHiuui ulholie A n-li tiisti o ol
W eslln last i' r. Suddenly 'ullel.
IxiNPoV, Jan. 1.1. Almost, simultan
eously with the announcement of
the death of Prim Albert. Victor London
Wius startled yesterday moriiiuK wit h t he
unnouricernci.t. of the death if a man
whose inlliience on this country has bii-n
immeasurably greater than that of the
prince, althouih he could not have tin
same influence on the future of the conn
try as was possible in the prince's case.
Cardinal Manning died at 8:'.il, forty min
utes lK-f-.ro the demise of the prince. Ti;e
cardinal has been in feeble health for some
time from old atie, but his death was
caused rather suddenly by an attack of
bronchitis, complicated with pneumonia.
Sketch of His Life.
Henry Edward Munninc; w,ih born ni
Tolleridp-, liertford-hirc, July 1.1, Ism.
He was educated at Harrow and Oxford.
bcin KriMluated with first class honors
He began life as a Church of Knh-md cler
gyman, and remained in that communion
until 1651, when he been me a convert to
Home, to the dismay of many persons in
KtiKlund. i'rom thut. time on his advance
ment was steady and he finally reached
the archbishopric of Westminster, and was
made a cardinal by Pius IX. Of late years he
had taken much interest in labor matters I
A Street t ar HetUlceil to Kimllilii;. l.i-iu.
cen l'ers.ms Wo. in. led. and One Kiileu
fit-oss Carelessness th ause 1 lie
t ar llriven lillit in Krout of the l.ci n
motive and V.'reeketl in au Instant
l'lt-cuim; ietims t arricil Into a a
Cn:r Mai, Jan. 1.1. Another street -.
ini; horror h cii rreil la-t nihl. A P:;. -burii.
I'ort Wayne and Cliic:v. li!ui:..l
passenger train crashed into a Forty--- .
enth street horse ear at lite Stewart avei.,.--ciossinc;
at lo;:jo o'clock, iutautly tiliii.u
one passuujreraiid iiijurinyjeiiciilc-u o. .
'1 he accident happened at a crossing m,,d,.
dangerous to surface transportation In a
Jiet-wiirk of fourteen trai ks. Of tin i -.-jured,
all but one Were able to ijive t a. r
names. This one was a woman of mi :
aire with a ghastly wound on her foi-. u.-.
and a fracture of her skull. She would
all probability die, the doctors aid, bit:
she was unconscious of their verdict, and
tossed about upon her improvised ln-.l w, a
saloon floor, -.-niaiiin piteously. She was
afterward taken to the countj- hospital.
A Lout; Itoll of ictims.
The killed and iujun-d are its follow
Killed L'nknuwn woman, body found oti
pilot of eriLMiie and n-iiini .-d to Mi Ineni
liior-'ire. Wounded U.-inhold Iloebs . ot
about the head; .Mrs. J. A. P. Heiii-"!.
j skull fiiict ureil. taken to the county hosoi
, t ll and w ill die; I.izi.: Peter-on, cut about
the lice and head; Joiiu Harris, cut and
bruised a'ooiH the head; M.irv Savage, sine
bruised and head cut. Ktvd Winterhoider,
cut about lace, arms and head; peter An
ders. cut and brui-e.1 ...bout head; Patrick
Kn-ii;!e, h.-d cut; Malxl Hilden, bad cut
; on left si, lt of head ;ind one eye injured;
' Mary J-'i.izer.scalpeut; F. Kopjiel.jntei nailv
I ii, .....1 ..ot .......... i- i i i - :
...... it,,-, i .ib ii.i.mii. i,u iiosefin rv.ljl-
pel, his son. cut about head and shoulders;
Kichaid lla-ch.hca.l cut; M. H. O'Doiiueil,
head cut and Ion brui.-i-u; Stella Smith,
Pi years old, he.id and body cut; Philip
Kueis, injiii.sl about the head and body;
John K.-.ilinv'. cutah.cit the head: Mis.
John Keati;,-;. injured about t he shoulders
and head cut; ( 'h u ies r.erni.iudcr, lei; and
alias cut; John Ciifford, .slint cut; h.i-vt-riit
W ahn. r, s'iui.l -i,i-.
line to ( olilliiied 4 iil-eiessiiess.
The ac i lent is sa:d to have bet n due to
the coini .in.-.: i-iii-.-iessiu-ss or stuiddiij' of
liii' -i in n. lien. ii.ii Ali.rei hi. t i.e cr.. ii.;
deeper: Joseph l'l.uini;;a:i. tin- conduct.' r
ol I ne s; ri . t i ar, and .Michael Crauin, the
cii i v The facts, as generally iolmilled.
me ;.s u llou-s; (,,, ,o. ;,.., , a-t hound on
1 '., it;, -i .-nth street I.i n.i..nit with tin
Siiiie s-ti-et t; : ; i tiaiu, na -hcl the West
ern liali.ii'.i and 1'ovl W.-tjne track at
l-i::a o'clock. It wa the coiiductor's duty
I., i un ala-.cl and sc.- thai ;hc tracks v.i n
( !ear. hut w 1. ether he did or not is not ap
parent. Alorecl;;. the ii-is-in; keeper,
s:iy he did liot.
lli.lirt see U;e Train.
The '-:u.u-d uati-s liad Ik- u lowered for
p.i-siiii. trei.'it liiiin, ami weiv In tin; mi-lS
as I ,ie c ii- approached tin- crossing, .-'vi-hivht
worked lin-.ues, and by h.s own
story appears to lie guilty of the i-'ii'ssv-t
curoics-niss. The tracks were near n
ei'.ch side, tin- electric: lights illumined
the tra: ks for a mill- in each i!ir,s:t ion. ;u.J
Je! heiiid in t see the Fort a ue lim.ted
tra. n Ih-:ii !ijc down on his ci ,,-siu; at n,,.
late ol imty miles ail hoi.r.
V "ioii-Tafuy anting.
As Ail.ied.t iais,d the L.ites HriMr
Crneiii whipped up his horse and in au iu
siaut was on the tracks just m front of
the spee.ilni; t rain. The engineer pnilcd
his wh,-t'ie valc, the crossini; kcejNi,
driver and conductor looked around tor
the l.rsl lime and screatiied the too-tardy
wartiii:.!,. Th re was a ci.ih, a sere of
human toi.-.s raised in the nyoiiy ot terror
and the street car and its burden of tweaii
ty pci p.'e was hurled. sp,:nti-red a.id
Lj'Usheu, lifty feet alnad of tne train.
Ilel; lluiricil to the Stu-iii'.
A' the crash the train slowed dowu ua-Uci-
t!..- i:ii!,;cri -e of the levi.-r reversed a
iiiotuent before. Inmates of .urroiinditi!j
h.iusi s rush,.,! out. .and in an iuslant there
wus aiiowd ol mpilhiziu.L; 'icoiiie on
the seem-. Culls weie. st nt. nut to t In- var
ious police stiitt.uis, .--.i;.! iu response the
paux.i w.i-oi,s, JoiHieiiwr.h o:lit-er, were
sou a tu tin- spot, surgeons were um
liioiiid. aiid iiie salooii of lil.'Iiherbeiu
lin.s., id 1 or ;;. -m vi nt.li street and Stewart
avenue, wa i roii-lormcd into a tt iupor
ary hospital, to which the rescuers bore
their I -a.is.
Itt.irilde si-til at the Wreck.
Down the trucks lay what was hit of t he
siici 'i t.-.r Miiiom-d ll to a luiis.s t,f spiiLi
t -tc-l wood. ft. laments ut -lies mid twisted
bur of iron. Amid the n.ass of w ITi ka.ue
were hiiif ii .l..z. :i bleeding and senseless
form-. Uheseweiv tenderly raiser! and
carried to liie saloon, v. idle their fellow-passen-.
is i.i-s seriously injured w.n
helped to the same pi.ice. where doctors
W ail .-I oil I ilelil.
llw "lln-y lio In "New 1 nrh.
Al.ItA.NV, N. 1 ., -Ian. II. I'jion I he ;u.--t.
ion of a new can mention bill several ,i u
ut otsi yesterday a-kelto lie excused from
votim;. statim.' t hat hey had not read t; i
bid and cotlid o'e iu elljc. lit ly . The m ii
ale ref usi-d to ft.-ii.- them, and t he , re
fused to vote. A esoiutlou was then
passed dechiri.'ii; I lie senators in oouti mp!
and deprived of tal ini; any part in tin
pnicei-dinirs tit-Til p ir:;ei of contemiit.
This was done in ac-o.-dariee with it rule ol
the senate. The en urnerat ion bill w.-is
passed, seventeen set titors voting for il.
The IJepu.'iliciitis wil not say w hid they
will do in the future.
Mississippi I'l-or.. n at St. I.ouis.
ST. Hoi is, .I.-t it. 15.- For the lust time in
four Jims the Missi siopi river is ft oxen
over nt this city. The icc-.ir.c;e lii-L'in- ,il
Cannideiet, nine mile sunt h of thisci.j.
Illul cxierals In t he I lil.ols hin.re. li.ui'
mene.vpn-ss the fear tl at the riier wi.! tin:
be open for bouts insid of t hirtt da s.
l ailiire at C iK iiiiiuti.
CiM'IN.NA l'l, Jan. n.-Tho Ooocl, i. ,,
Cruiim Freeze: company failed yester.lav
Liabilities, f lT.OUO; assc u,, f 10,000.
t iii.in r
li.l- ION, .ill 11.
Ul.i.'ll I'ie iiic .i
1er - how s Uio-s
ir,i--- oi 7s
at e 1.- lull, s
1 1 i.i. ; h
Sert eil with .1
tcr. t in- i. Itit -t M
.r.' tears. Mr. C
tif Atliliew .(.ick-
baftle of New I )r
ot e lor M iiiisou
from all parts of
t he 1 unci ah
teilie ( :ite:ueiit.
i. - Tin- st -itetnent, of the
n hole jtc!u.l lor Nmcui
earniinrs .:i;ii. t:::!. a:i in
'1: expenses, :J..Vj.j,i;is.
-L.li .11- t I .li'il. '.'.'.1. liiclei-.-e
v. u li.. i '. lis l., N,.v, n-t i-i-!
.''";.. '. ': d..-crt' is,-, c-- ;,-
, los.t.-j,',; iiurease, --'t '-',:., ;';
operaii .!. ll,:, iui-:-c.-.-t,
lie's sun hi XcivOili'inis,
'. 5. Hull. Hubert J. Che!
ason iu the world, tiled at
yesterday morning, aed
tcr sei-ted on the sia:i
li. his kinsman at i h.-
icans. He cast his lire
, aiid has voted for cm :
iiii-c thut lime. Masons
the coliulry w ill atle-i.l
I'inler Oo-r n Holile of W l.isl.v.
ColdSM-;, Mi. li.. Jan. 1.1. Juiirly y.s'.er
d.iy moiiiiu,' D.tn McArthur. ii laborer ...
this citj", was in iirdered by Char les Spline;
and Pan H.-aion. hi borer from Ham's
spur, and two oiln r men Chamlier.s iirnl
T. C. Ijiuiiis - are In Id lis accessories. The
trouble w its ,.,.r t, bottie of whisky w inch
t!ie inurdeis-d man p.--e scil.
Onl.v I iil Passengers ated.
II. iM, !-.(,. .I.tu. 1.1.- Fifty passeti'.ei s
from the ill-1'.it..i sicaner .amclcw.
w hich lo;-.:idireii .,!!' t c,i.-;,i o,,irit, car.y
iuit'lown with her 114 pet sons, were saved
by fishing buitt that were in thevicini.y
'li the disaster.
The State Convention To lie Held at
Spring Held May 4.
CmcAGO, Jan. 15. The Illinois Repub
lican state central committee met at the
Grand Pacific yesterday and decided to
hold the convention for nominating state
officers and electing delegates to the Min
neapolis convention at Springlield May 4
next. All the prominent Republicans in
the state, including Governor Fifer, were
on the ground. The day's caucussin; made
it apparent that Governor Fifer will have
comparatively smooth sailing in securing
a renominalion, and that Illinois w ill send
a solid Citllum delegation to the national
Illinois ( liaritiihle Institutions.
Si'Iiisoi IKLD, Jan. 1.1. The financial
record of the eleven state charitable insti
tutions for the quarter ended Dec. 31
shows that the average number of inmates
was 7,1 . The averaue cost per capita for
maintenance was f40.rl. The total trros
cost, for maintaining the institutions
was i:i',!.sst :1,i the total cost to the statu
r 'l'i. W. The averaire number of inmates
of the s..!dieii' and sailors' home was till,
Mini average cost per capita of maintain
l:i; them was f-tl.
Mitrthijuuke in Tennessee.
J.U KsoN, Jan. 1.1. A distinct shuck of
earthquake was felt here a few minute
past 2 o'clock yesterday morning. The
shock wits accompanied by a roariim
sound w hich aw likened nearly every resi
dent of the lily. The earth appeared to
vibrate from east to west. The shock last -ed
about lour seconds.
The i recti 4iuc.il s Scoundrel Again.
NfcW VoiiK, Jan. 11. Two 'wwu kooiIs"
aviiiillers and their would-lx' accomplice
were capt unsl by detectives ill this city
yesterday. When arrested the sharpers
Ifiive their mimes as Charles Jeti-on,
John Adams, and Thomas K. Radclifle (a
farmer of Kim;, nan, Park county. Ind.). the
latter beiim the one who is c ulled usual y
the 'victim," but whoisa "vict i in" because
the other scoundrels are too sharp to iive
hiruwhathe comes for. Jenson and Ad
ams were held for trial on chaws of at
tempted ni-md larceny. RadclitTe was
taken to the house of detent ion.
Mules lio liie tntiiut-ly. Occasimially.
Richmond, Mo., Jan. 15. Major R. J.
Williams' famous war mulp, ' Old Jule,"
died Wednesday morning at the ape of
ST vests. Major Williams bought ''Old
Jule'-' in Mississippi in 1S0J and rtnle her
tlirouL,li.mt the war. Since the war she
has worked on tho Williauis farm uutil
four years when she was relieved ai d
a cosy stall in the l.arn was j:iven her.
She bad been know n for some time as the
only Confederate r. nionc-r in Missouri.
Waterhuiy i-.i-s Works liurned.
Watki.ih l. , Conn., Jan. 15. Tho woiks
of the Wale, bury brass company were
burned early Thursday morning. The loss
will reach $:i;o,Gon, well insureil. Two
hundred and l.fty hands are thrown out cf
Hankruiilry and Its Consequences.
Banker pliscovcrinvr a Icirglar in the
ict of oponiti his sab.') Stop! What is
it you want hero?
iiurhir Now, don't kick up a row,
old rutin. 1 only wanted lo see if my
deposit is here all riidit. There's no
trusting one's banker nowaJaj's. Lus
The Ilight People In the Kilit Place.
The "BtviTcrs" bhonhl to "Malta" go.
The "HiMibics" all to "Scilly."
Tho "Quakers" to the "Friendly Isle,"
The "Furriers" to "Chili."
The little, snariin--, carolia-; babes.
Who hreak our nii;hi ly rest.
Should 1 packed o.T to "Babylon,"
To "L.iji"-laml or to "Brest."
Sent sympathy to the (Jtieen.
Washington, Jan. M. Minister Paunce
fote ye-stciday formally announced fo the
president the death of Prince Albert
Victor. Secretary 1 Maine immediately
cabled the following to Minister Lincoln
at l,otidoii; "Fxpress deep reu'ret and sir,
cere condolence of the president by reason
of the lamented death of the Duke ol
Clarence and Avondale."
1 ifty Years Old and a Thief.
Xi.w Yol.K, Jan. 1.1. Joseph W. Mabee.
for many years a trusted clerk in the
Wcstcl.esier County Savings b.uik at Tur
rytown, is discovered to be a defaulter.
The amount of his defalcation is placed at
tlO.OQO and extends over a period of four
teen years. Malice, who is over 50 years
old. has confessed and lavs made partial
restitution in the matter.
Ui irho vaits
fur an inactive liver to do its -work,
I'snosi--? Jtinibclf to ail the diseases
that come from tainted blood.
Don't wait! Languor and loss of
appetite wrtrn yoa that graver ills
are close behind. You nan keep
them from coming ; you can cure
them if they've come with Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery.
It's the only blood and liver medi
cine that's ffuarrertteal, in every caso,
to benr-tit or cure. Your inaney
brtck if it Ios-n't. Thus, you only
pny for tho ond yoa pi t. "Can you
ask ii-ore'- j clomj.svs the system
and cur s :i::ip!':s, Llotclte, "erup
tions aid r.!! skin and scaip dis
eases. ScTGiuious aiTeclions, as
fever - sores, hip - joint disease,
BwcIiinoNi and tumors yield to
its superior alterative properties."
Woodyatt's Music House
No. 1804 Second Avenue.
WOODYATT & WOODYATT.
This firm have the exclusive sale for this county of the
-Pieirjos etrjcl Orrars,
WEBER, 8TC YVES ANT, DECKEIi BROS., WHEEL0CK,
ESTEY, AND CAMP & CO. S PIANOS,
And the ESTEY, "WESTERN COTTAGE and FAR
RAND & VOTEY ORGANS.
IA fuiillnf also of email Musical merrhandife. Wc have in our employ a frst-clsM Fiaro Tci.fr
THE MOLINE WAGON, "
The Moline Wagon Co,
Manufacturers of FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGCKS
A rail ar.l romi;!. :e lire f Ilttforni m.tl ctfer Si lire Wtcr n, eri r'm'I ' r- tut!
W t stern ttacc.t f superior orkn erst, It i ti llid-h. liiustnl. l J ii. t- I -.--.tc
Biipliialiou. tret the MOLliNE WAGl N la fi re purchasinc.
iscoRroHATaa cndkb thb stats law.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
ROOK ISLAND, ILL.,
Open dally from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m., and Saturday evenings from 7 to 8 o'clock.
Five per cent Interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Persona!, C: -lateral,
or Real Estate Security
. P. R5YS0LDS. Pres. F C. DSSKMANN. Vice-Prea. i. M. BUP0RD, C-:.f
P. L. Mitchell, K P. Remolds, P. C. Denkicann. John rraMagh. H. P JJu '
Fhil Mitchell, L. Simon, K. W. Hnrsi, J. M. Baford.
Jackboh A Hitkbt, Solicitors.
rW'Bt'gau liiis'ctss JulyS, ISM), ltd occupy the fouthtast cotter of MitchiiU & Lm -i- -: .
lOT-wllMll.llWlls'i''l. LU 'CWil' J Wl. U IS V. i
ar-s-.IL,'I'i.ff.-..ys;i,,jBiieiirTV iBBi'lK'""-jt y j'" .
HE POSITIVE CURE.
aWUERS. OC Wanan Su Xw Tork. Frice CO Bg-V,!--
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor and Builder.
: : Rock Island.
Office and Shop Corner Seventeenth St. . .
and Seventh Avenue,
WA!! kinds of carpenter work a specialty. Plata and estimate for all kinds of baiid rii
TurrMi.Ded on aoo'iesti'in.
Proprietor cf thclBrady Street
A J kinds of Cut Flowers constantly on hand.
Green Houses Flower Store
On bitv-k north of Central Park, the larpeM In la. 314 Brady .Sine:. IH -
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
Shop corner Twenty-second frt and Vinth avenne. Kei.idei.ee t
r's rretiared 10 mate MMintfi ard do all kinds of Caroentcr work. C've hin :. r .
Hanafactarer of all ktnds of
BOOTS AND SHOES
Gnt Pine Shoes a specialty. Repairing done neatly and promptly .
A share of your patronage respectfully solicited.
1B18 Second Avenue. Rr.c !-'' 1 :-
C. J. W. SCHREINER,
Contractor and Builder.
llil and 1121 Fourth evctioe. Besidence 1119 Ponrth avenue.
Plans and specification? furnished cn Bll elapses of work : also ssreM rf Wiilt r'.-1 : I"
tiliding Blii.dB. iomcthing new, stylish and desirable.
KOCK J' ' ! '
Opera JHouse Saioo
GEORGE SCHAFER, Proprietor.
1001 Second Avenue. Corner of Sixteenth Btree - Opposite Harper's It"--"''-
The choicest Wines, Liquors, Beer andCiVars always on Hand
ree Lunch Every Day . . Sandwiches Fnrnlahed on Sbo t Njuf