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'OLUME II. RATHDKL'M, IDAHO. FRIDAY. JANUARY 25 , 1901 . NUMBER 87 . Imum penalty for the I Arnold Bockltn. the Swiss painter, ^ dead In Friesole, Italy, aged 74. jit The business portion of Roanne, !nd..| may was destroyed by Are. Lose . . . . , . the president has nominated Frank- J t " 09 . 8 re , g i r , ar u Lund office at St. Michaels, Alaska. ( lit Montreal Are gutted the extensive Lteile millinery establishment of Lstnaq A Co Victoria amiarp t K* ' Vlcl0rla 8 < l uare - ^3, W.OOO. I ^h C 0 C ^ a ^ t e e t ln ^e K O ^ t s»s n ""a ***?* the senate In Kansas condemning • Practice of hazing at West Point ■Mtary academy. I tolThe navy department has been in - 1 ned that the Iowa, the flagship of K . 8 m n ' C *' ,. » . ffcr/ ^ CGo t Ver a w » rIds ftanpon.'ivh«,«. d . t ?, 8 ^ P V°ws de , n < ; ampbel1 * ^* ltta ", Brg'g lightweight, in four rounds re miUr hnt foHoH Se'Sk of Briatow I T .u re. •tlv held un bv outlaws ânrt'the nrew < t of the bank WM sh^ flS t OI tne Dank was snot üve times OF TEE WORLD IN BRIEF. CoafleO Review of the Eventa of L Peat Weak—la Thia nod Fur Lnn da—Taken [ Ratest Dlapntchea. Kroi the !etca Holdups in New York are becoming tent. 1 , 000 . Adelina Patti denies that an Ameri a agent is negotiating with her for eoncert tour of the United States. li mortally wounded. [it New York Arthur Townsend de ued Frank Gardiner, 300 to 282, In H tournament for the championship [the National Association of Amateur Billard Players, lflfrederlck A. Gilbert, president of the leton Electric Light Company and a Bllionalre, dropped dead of apoplexy kille dining with some friends recent at the New York club. ■General Leonard F. Ross of Gales Irg. 111., is dead, aged 77. He was a Iro of two wars, having served with litinctlon In the United States army ■ring the Mexican and civil wars. lOeneral Andrew Jackson McKay, a ■tingulshed veteran of the civil war, ■dead in New York. He was quarter lister general on the staff of General [orge W. Thomas In the army of the pmberland. An engine and two cars loaded with [eat ran off an open switch on the klcago ft Alton at Bradwood, 111., kill Frank Parmalee, switchman, and [rlously Injuring Fireman Ryan, Con petor Frank Klngstrey and A. E. Mil a The Live Stock Association meets ixt year at Chicago. The last of the ur days' session at Salt Lake brought it the best attendance. Several reso tions favoring the industry were ad. One condemns Secretary James 'ilson. Fire in the three-story and basement nicture at 817-819 Fourteenth street . W„ at Washington, caused $120,000 images. The building was owned and ecupled by the Pope Bicycle Manu icturlng company and Stephens ft Co., lalm and patent attorneys. The London Gazette announces that kjor Sir Henry Edward Colville, who icently commanded the Ninth divis ai of the South African field forces nd later was in command of an in Ptrv brigade at Gibraltar, has been Nk»d on the retired list with full pay ' He American board has received a • j dispatch from Constantinople an ncing the death of Rev. Elias Riggs, j uary 16, the oldest member of the issionary board. He was 90 years old id had been in the service for 69 I _ e two men in jail at Plymouth, | ' '' rec °snized as Marvin Kuhns, des rado a nd escaped life convict from * Ohio penitentiary at Coiumbus, and t 8 r °^ r ' JOhn MarVin ' W a H °.fMi e ^ ,r Vr° r rn ki tward of $1,000 offered by the Ohio •tlioritles will be paid. John will be fed in Indiana for horse stealing. Active recruiting for the army is in fogress in all the principal cities of i* country. The authorized strength tne regular army at present is 6 o, 000 *n and the recruiting in progress Is ith a view to making it of that r«ngth after the discharge of 35.000 •lunteers in June next. They are re ■olted for three years' service and the imber of recruits averages about 2.000 j The senate has finally disposed of * army reorganization bill. The •«sure having originated in the sen-)-'^ *. the final question was not upon its •*»a<îe. but upon agreeing to the sen-i »amendments. They were agreed to. 110 23. A determined effort was made 'amend the bill so as to provide Inst the sale of liquor in the Philip »es and to prohibit the importation •ny kind of intoxicants into the tads, but it was defeated. At Paterson. N. J.. Walter C. McAlis r . Andrew J. Campbell and William •»th, three of the four persons in rted for the murder of Jennie Boss 'leter, a mill girl of Paterson. N. J.. Ito was murdered on the night of adjudged guilty irs. ■ober 18 lut. murder in the second degree. Ac <ifif to the New Jersey law the max were Imum penalty for the prisoners is 30 years. The Arkansas legislature has formal! v II. Hern to the United reelected .Tames ■Mates senate. Shelby M. Cullum has l»-en reelected to the l nited States senate by the senate and house of Illinois in joint session. I Queen Victoria wu* the ow ner in fee sim pie of much real estate below (irand street"! At one time she owned the Howling (keen* offices, No. 11 Broadway. ' | Tl... T.™... ... I, »:»i., i the lenne-see legislature hi joint session' elected K. W. Carmack to the office of I L'nited States senator, made vacant bv the ^ voluntary retirement of Senator Thomas jit Turlcv i The sj-nalo has passed the legislative 'appropriation bill, and .... motion of ,vn. ti.i Five 111 - Am III lie I ill ... 1,1 , T| ... ..... . joint""se Jim of J . Klki ,s to the United S ite! sen,to he having received ill tc', a, d ( . jlon< ; i « r Jl,j Senator 1 Jones of' \rk .ns,s did ,tten 1 ti(m to ;J' ^ S' ,nuiai1 I ' I Mau 1 1,1 which had U-en reported, and which re-1 I m,nned for the senate to consider and « hieh contained much debatable matter. s T . , . . .. ,n"i a t w"L r /,' cm, idered I A dispatch to the Hav a m nev of p,r,s 1 fro „p£ ''"<£21 régulé. ™ „^."bwLfr'ncubu^Tu 7T*! Vc vron is closdv watching them, and M. the French minister, has energet icall v requested their immediate di-pcrsal. Mllni ' Ill(l Iltl T aMiinu.o, mu., »Mn. — 1*<> Uain * on thc «over Leaf (Toledo, Kansas < "' t - * L" u ' s railroad) collided in the vards at Warren - Ind - as a «-suit of a ni4sunaw , tanainj? ot orders. Trainmen Prillman, HriekenstafT, Mills and Harmon were fatally injured. At the instance of the attorney general the war department has taken steps for the preservation of law and order at Mus kogee, I. T., where the Snake Indians are making trouble for the authorities. The war department has telegraphed General Fitzhugh I so, commander of the depart nient of the Missouri, at Omaha, author izing him to act in his own discretion in the matter of sending the troops. The duke of T ork w ill not ncssssarily lsicome the prince of Wales, now that his father has ascended the throne. The "P a roll call. principality was granted hy Edward I. to hi* son, afterward Edward II., and his heirs, king* of Kngland. Consequently when the prince of Wales succeeds to the throne his princely title merges in his sov ereignty. The new sovereign's eldest son is still duke of York, but he becomes also duke of Cornwall, this title descending him from his father. At North Yakima, Wash., three men, am ed with revolvers, entered Shardlow 's saloon, held up Härtender Hemfer and robbed the drawer of $100. They also se cured $700 from Pybum A Mabry, who were running gambling games in a room. These three were the only men in the place at the time. The robbers went from Shardlow's to Pete Agor's barns and took a valuable team and buggy. I lie robbers were not masked and the victim* can identify them if captured. War department officials state that when navigation opens in the spring the Amer ican forces in China will be almost en tirely withdrawn, that Major General Chaffee, who is now in the volunteer service, will tie appointed a major general in the regular establish men,, and will lx- ordered to Manila vv i t!r> tin one regiment and the one battery of aitillery now in Pekin. Upon arriving in Manila lie will succeed Major General Mac Arthur as governor general of the Philip rear undoi^tandin^r « pines. j General Kitchener i« di-po«ing great 1 semi circular, hi* extreme left rest -1 j n „ , (I1 ^j,e «r*a, to circumvent the Roct« qj lt . ( . 0 i U i„ Ils move *inuilt.uicou«l\ . in tone i ' w ith each other. The greatest danger tf I the situation i« the |»i«sildltiy i i Gnu rat l»ewet's apixur.incc in C.i[>c Colony. It i. | a |j,, V(H j ,| ia t none of the Dutch wnuhl r. j ( j lis . K . lM>na | ( ..ill to arm«, ili.-v th.nk ^ uf x ledn , u in tll( , n ,. v ol in*. Among the ni. be. of .apune.1 let-; ur, is one from General IhrtJg Ric, .... , . __ . of ' " n '. u w " ll,n " 1 " ^ " »" h,i n»vo,at,on lefcml w,t,. det T 4 u:hos t0 the (vriditmu of qu.si. Victoria, laying tribute* to her vutu« as a »"'ereign underaeoa and sympathy to all the mem j l**rs of her familv an«i to the people oi ^ , r roj L n - An act to conform in trust to the city of sen-)-'^ u< I nerl l ue > V -'* • querque grant »a* pa*«ed. S nator 1 urner of Washington •» resolution requiring the president to tran-m,t to the senate. ,f not mem pat, ble «,tn public ,ntere«t. information ot "hat step* hate been taken by tne «täte department to protect the right* oi K. > Brown, a citizen of the United State*. ,n the matter of his claim ag-ain-t toe >mt i African republic, together wnh copi.«. ot all correspondence and paper* relating thereto. The resolution was adopted. ~~ " ~~ j r " Portland. — 'Wheat Walla Walla. 54 »re. and M . \\ Hing, on n lilitarv unmarried ! ident Stcvii asking young men to enter ( ,i|«' Colony and beat 1 up recruits. for 1 «»«> 5 ' In the Senntr. offered oiuan. and invoking divine the tow n of Albu changed; bluteetem. 57^c; club, 55c. 1 __ AFTER A SHORT ILLNESS, _ . k^ 1 *"** l,l, " " t ** 00, ' , >' M "*** e * "* Condolence _ lire j Ue«m l. *„« r »ed b> %n_vi...„rlu ! V»ua so t r , n „id. - Osborne House, Jan. 2.*, ,5:40 n. ,„._ller ■ majesty, the queen, br, allied , I ,,t 6:30 p. ».mound.-d hi he child.,.,, and grandchildren ' ■ JAM Kb RKII) . It. DUUGI.VSS IMUU.I. " i h. i\i c v IMI'I/IU . London, Jan. 22. 7:03 p. in.—A telegram 1 ^ ? " "î" . t0 th * Wd ° r ' "T ' ****. T ?" r""?', Tu Hi nice of M ales dispatch ,s as follows: "\ Hhon "'' ,i:4 ' P; Ud,,v, ' d 1,,u '! ? 'T-iT * 1 'T b - v ii* r chilarrn an»l irrirulthiMivii • M.HKKT H>VV\RH ' * , London. Jan. 22, 7 33 p. m.—The lorJ m-.vor replie, 1 to the prince ot Wales as »«iiews: , ' V ' ,ur bighuesav* telegram an «"«•"««>« nations gr«u h„s 1 have ind h " vl> cominuiiic.itod th,- iihim -ad ,n-j t,ma . ton to m >' fe,, '* w c.U/cis. Her ""*J-; , , ' 8t - v , s " :U "" ">cmory w ill forever Hv e | in the hearts ot her people." ' ' A * ,hB »*-"••»-•• (owes, Jan. 22. Tlie queen i« said l fl have bade farewell in a feeble monosylhi ble to her family assembled at her l«d side at midday. Hhe first recognized the j prince of Wales, to whom she spoke a |, prince Wales, spoke queen deep " 4M V / \ïïÊW/ • ' ^ , 3 »^, ^ ' f yJ. v * r ) * N , r ) JCT gÂT"' ^ KS f*. N ctvv 1 Jii sÆtSl 1 1 v \ Aw V . 1 g v\\ NT? v-; 'S 4 ? ▼ 9 * THE LATE QUEEN VICTORIA. j ber« ol i i few word* of great moment, then Em peror W liaioui ami the tiled past kfiiL heard a whispered goodby All tiio-e in the D-druoiu were in tears. I*ra>ers Were lieatal. ( owe«, Jan. 22 .—With the mem theis present 1 ' the royal family gathered at the queen'» | bedside, the bishop of Winchester and the rector of Wippiugham read prayer- f< those in exeremi». Happily the q iem l was able to recognize those around he mg lo »,^ak lo her. Dm Ion .Ian . i »' rangemen.» are air. ad; pra . ... ally - ph-te for ims.in -v ol t p. . ^ ^ arc! p» r| ,ament tne . ' that th»>' *•*» r.vv ' '* ■' '■'■ ' " ' , cn " r * '«'m 2 » ' 1 • - <t ^ o«ur*. T m imm« er« ' - - "P t.-» ir .«<■«* o j ,tlf P r '" ( ama!l '; n u ' .. cote- ■ . "'" l ' J. m ' o giwng up ..eir •*■• ■' 1 , n,tive tliem baik from the new ruler The privy councilor, will .t w be .worn in afr«h. They came to her bedside, but the phy siciun* had warned them agaiu«t attempt Tiie Funeral. ! 1 There i* little doubt that the funeral of 5 Queen Victoria will take place at Fr ig more, though nothing in regard to thi matter ha* yet been announced. Her majesty wa» cloaelv related to the European courts and tne gathering of roy alties at the ub-1-quie» Win be uiq use dented. • 'l"he new* of the queen * death re.i lied all the town* in the kingdom a few nun ute* after it had been rceived by tin lord mayor of Iaindon, and wae quickly spread throughout tne country dis'if t by the tolling of bells. I'rince and Princes* Dun* of Ha t« r burg armed at (M-orne just too Ute to *oe ner majesty alive. KIM« Alherl Edward. i " a I he .ir in u*<vm 1 I'arliament will assemble within -1 hours of the death of the queen, in ue corda nee with th.- precedent in the ease of King George 111. as lington, .Ian. "."" The uoun. uig the death of Queen \ ietona wu conveyed to Hresident McKinley simul j tancously with its receipt by the news• ! P u l* r * Although he tiad been con -1 -tamly advised of her condition si me it became known her ease was hopeless, the , . ... . . ■ m ° k " *** ***, ' k^eat shock to ""'V U , S ". ^ ' r " n ! A,,1 '-~ ad " r ' 1 »-, dent w ill send ■ l " l '" d K 1 ' of condolence to King Edward V'- 1 he official announcement is expeit. " A at ,,,0,,,enl ' l*rc»l.|cni to ihr Kin«. it 1 U1|1 | "yj | . " I 'Telegram sent from Washington. Jan. »»»• HU the King, Osborne '*'* ' A 1 receive! with p ro f, nmJ sorrow the lamentable t.d ings of the death of her majesty, the queen. Allow me, sir. to offer my'aims.,. * e v '• u,,d l,ut tbe American p.-o l' 1 « * n your personal bereavement i.nd in the loss Kngland has sutfereit, in the death of its venerable and dlustrou, e v ereign, whose noble life and benettect intluen.e have promoted the puce and won the allée, ion of th world. "WILLIAM M'KIXLKY." ! Washington. Jan. 22 ,-sSvrctarv- HavJ , lpim being asnunsl through tlv physic,..„'a | ivrtinciltri as f„ r , li; .|,cd him by the ,vs-o ented l're- of t'e Jemi-e of -aneen \Tc-. (Hua I m <> i \ « » ini-« oi V" « «» ' " t-aia. promptly cabled the following .... - |-age to Amha-sn 4 r (-houle at London, i "Choate. Undo,,: You will express to' I , rd lamsdowne liie pnrfoun! sorrow of j the government an.t people of the United |, v.Aes at the death of the queen and deep " Ileceivril at Wsshlnsloa. news an „ I he (lag on the executive m-ii-cm was i laved at half mast Ht 3:30 o'clock tins a i.lernoon. bo tar o any recoru goes tills s tin: first tune in tne ttisioi , of tins sympathy we eel wnh the people of the bnti*h empire in 'heir great addition. •'JOHN HAY." Fls«> »I „»If Maat. l ' After every sitting of the house of com own« the government leader, in the hou*e va, in the habit of forwarding to the qoeen an abstract of the busine-, dune, Mie personally attended to ti«-*e and frequently returned them witri marginal note* asking for explanations. » •* IJ **' V ietoria Alexandria Guolpn » a« bora jCiuntry that that rn.uk ot respect h.m ii |wid to tiie memory o. a foreign n, cr. Washington, Jan. 22.— ln tue H «-s.il ul inn by the Sniale. ■nate tin* ..ttemoon .'senator Al'iruu offered the fol lowing resolution "That the dea.i, if her royal and i r. I« rial majesty \ ietoria, of m/ble v irtue* and great renown, u sincerely deplored by th*- senate ot the United Mate* of Amer lea J he revolution wa, adopted unanimous iv n Ma» Overworked. <»" I-ondon, Jan. 22. -I lie pat-ii» devote column- of «pa«-.- u> hutoncul and p<-r reiiuui» -ence* and the **,nal incident» of Uie queen* life, ** ogmzeil that uul-l a few day* ago trier* «a» no harder wotked person lu the king dom. Roughly e-timated, *!-.- -izin.l Sm, d.x'iiment* yearly. m e ne» am Emphasis laid on the fact that her mzye-ly now paying the permlty for mr devotion to affairs of state. It is generally 1 * re» ' No di-pat. h of any er is»ueil from ihe foreign .Inc until -e-n by the quwu and -cine u » "f the work i* gathered by the la:-t that the foreign office randies a thousand letters a we»k. ity wa* ev uv **r May 21. 1810, at Kensington pilaee. tuna was the daughter Knit, fourth son of th Vic d tne duke of ge 111 . hut death had remover her father in her infancy, i ,.nd the otiier older princes ot the loyal' family had jmssed away without heirs. Heuee it came that, when the sailor king -died, she stood tlrst in the line of cession On the 20th of June, 1837. in the gray dawn of the early morning, the uieiihisii op of t'anterbury and the lord chamberlain knocked loudly at the door of .xensmgton P ?'T' T'^ '•«. Kent and her daughter, Vh'saiidria ' o-toria. As ao»n as they had gained ad-, nuttanee. they demanded the p.c-enee of. ", /"Tl ? ' **, , ? * few .ients later, clad in a light morning gown, her! swaars tr 4 **** I Hrituin. I" ™ in '«* » h -" th " 1'"*" « » »7. t, *" t «*"•'*• 1 - f "'"« »W l'«n -r'..A ber . was brought from lVlgtum t( * Fj, «'" nd ' that 1,1 P«rs«am-e of family > d ' tl ' e - vou,, K " c ' >l«-->*nt.sl and it was^ ho,axl sow the seeds pleu-iant month was . i which the couwni saw much of eaen 1 . * . . . i i . ■ : uTler ! er ' they evidently came to »ome under "thudmg, for among the rings the queen l *" t "" 1 d '" d m *'"* ! '*-' >• Pnncc Albert when he tlrst cams K , , h is time with the hon«. *hst a ,,nb>n wouM result In the weeks that tel queen showe.i I'nuce Ml^rt Ù 1 . , . m.inv marked attentinna. At laH one „ ell ' lnp at a wurt b<lll sh „ pr.^nfsi him i with her bouquet. The next day she sent. for him and ?„ rmall y pr-ps^d to him-, |nost nmou# aud delicate thing to do hut etbpiette demanded that slie should take ||, e initiative. In February, 1840, the royal couple were married with great pomp at St. James palace. Their dom. slie lihj which follow.si every ». nsc :h e ' happiest. 1,1 *Axeml>er of 18Û1 l*rince Albert dial, an event from which the queen really never recovered. 17ie queen had nine children—Victoria, princess royal, bom in 1840, married in 1858 to (.Town Prince Frederick William, of Prussia, who reigned as emp.*ror of Ger many for a few weeks: Albert Kdwsrd, prim* of Wales and successor to the throne, ts>rn in 1841 and married in I8II3 to Priu Alexandra of Denmark; Alice, boru 111 1843, married to Prime Louis oi Hesse Darmstadt, mother of the present czarina of Russia, and dusi 111 1878 ; Alfred, duke of Edinburg, born in 18t4. iiurn.sl in 1874 o Grand Duchess Maria, only daughter if ('zar AlexanJer II of Russia, and died as ruler of Nvxe-Coburg Gotha last year, Helens, Is on in 184rt ami marri.sl in 1H. iri to Prince Christian of Schleswig Hol«, cm. Douse, fsirn in 1848, and married to the marquis of Dime, now the duke of Ar gvle; Arthur, duke of Connaught, liorn io 1850 and married to Princeaa Druise of Prussia; Dsipold, duke of Allainy, born 1853 , nurriisl to Princes« Helena of Wuldeck Pyrmont and died m 1878; lb'jt Dim in 1857, married in 1885 to ho died in sue 1 Great CCsS ! in Ft. Dmis. Jan. 22 Minister Wu w as the gu«»t of honor at a banquet given by the Commercial club. Kpeakiug on "Commeieul Relations Willi China." Miuialn «Vu ad ru*e, Prince Henry of Hattenburg, 181 W. tflMlater \% N|lolk«*. fjM-nt tliiit if tin* L mied Mate* desired to do a huge busiue-- wnh (.Irina she should send well educat.d men to that country to learn Chuu-se manners j „ ud customs. Americans, he contended, inu-L la* patient with Ins benighted iistiou. They were too fast fui the average China- J man and wanted results too quickly. If this oountiy wanted CIiiims« trade it should encourage Chinese merchant* and gra.lu a ||y svln*»l them in its way of carry .tig on biisincs» relati'ins wuh foreign countries. I China afforded a great market for Aineri can goods, lie said, and if American* act on atatc them aa requmted by a committw. ' Die principle of equity they will do a tre inrndoii* butciiiess with the oriental empire. He pud a high compliment to the Aineri run people by saying they were a wonder ful race. They did thing* in auch a *y* ternati' way that the ('hiriesi' longed to do busine«« with them on a larger scalt. Hy tnoir ingenuity and by the perfection of their machinery the [leople of th* United State* can compete with any country in the world. When he was manage of a railroad in China year* ago he bought hi* siipjil»» in Europe because they could be had cbeajarr, but times had changed »ince i a then. M.iuufai iuri-i « in the United -states win- now outbidding European* f ir bust nc— and to them Die (Tiiiiisie are tuiiiing Hi- people, he said, were noted for their j i-on i:»-i i u I integrity. There wa* nc fear of them b-aving th.-jr contract» m:tilled b Coriwspien'.ly. he averred, they wer* * de suable people Ui do biisincs» with. ti in kln« „»rar I» on III» I'hruar. Mockholm. J*n. 22. At Monday • co eil of -tale King < M- a r of Sweden ai*l Noiwjy resumed the n-ign* of govern nient, after the nss-nt illn.-s«. the crown prince, i.usiav, reiiring from the regen cy, winch he had held while hi* father was icipacitated from attending to bu»i ' ness. Mlnt ra on m Blrlkr. Hazleton, Pa., Jan 22.—The 1200 men employed at the La t timer eolliery of (' l*ardr»- ft Co. have »truck becaune of the, alleged unwarranted discharge of two drill ' runner* and the company'* refusal to rein i * X ~ M ,h *" "T*** <* ths p.ivj council at 2 p. the king took the title of Edward V ll., king of the united kingdom of UreatHriUin and Ireland sad emperor »t India. I he house of lords and the bouse of com .. w - 4 •••*■* - - Tlw klI1(? at th , tTri , mon wor , „ mlllt umfurnl . ^ wu a „ llw . 1Vl , wllll gr ,. ut , uni cs„,ess mul was It w exp«-l«d it w ,11 be published later in official ffirm. „ sll(1 hl . lm4 amded lo i . , . . .. . . . 1 K " 1X LJv '" nl *" U " to "" 9*^7 : council said he had decided to assuma ! li ' B U, ' e ^ Uw " A VU ' wllh tJle wiih uf hllt bujUmt, wh aU t added, united the wif ... a supreme domestic guide with Urn sf.ee,im, and patriotism of s wwe. 1<>vlll g monsreK He had a rmp*. "'•„"'-Albert-the excluait« , " ,J "" re ° f hU Mmt * moUl "* not " rUh - !,U " d '"« * h, ' " >n0W " * nd v ' rlu " "*»• cu.usi with Prince Alberts name, but b» .. . . . ... ^ . Ty ' ^ WWtk * * h " ilOSi . , ... 1 . '1 <* lw ' . w " ••*"* ** lae P"»«»» P» V" ' " k '' ' " rk rtr, *L th<,n (4"* duk« V, 4 ounaught, the duke of Cambridge, ' 'Î 1 ' ,l ' un ' 1 * " ari hbishop of tkn U,e i" rd ^"^in, U» lord ' lun, '' llor " nd th * repr«enUÜvaa most dcstnictive tires from which this city has ever snlfcKsl begin at 8 o'clis-k last, night and nolwithstanding the effort» of the entire fire dejsirtineut the progrtsot of the liâmes was not eh.vkc.1 until 1 o'clock thi» morning. Hy that nine it had destroyed property e.iiinalol at lietw.s'n WAOOJWO und 83 ih«iih»i PRINCE HAS TAKEN THE TITLE. I» Kina ni I nlied Klnwdum of Ueeat Urltwli and Ireland and Kmpero* "I Indln—«nils a Shnrl Sprrnh«* I'srllsmrnl Obllnated. oath of allegiance to thc ucw sovereign. Klnsr »lM>kc Ki.rm|,iiri.itriinil). ot the « ity of Dimlon. IlnllM In N«»rslB|. Berlin, Jan. 23.—The court has beaus or dered to go into mourning for four weeks. I lie empli-»» lia> arrived at Homburg ami proceeded to the royal castle in orvltr tu lie near Dowager Kuipre»» Frederick. LislMin, Jen. 23. King Charles intends to attend the 111 tiers I of Queen Victoria pel «oually. Court mourning fur s month lias I»* 1 'll ordered. The papers are filled with eulogistic article* on Victoria and lier reign. Fire In Montreal. Monfr«*»l. Jan J4, 1 a. oi.—One ot the ind wa« still burning. though Hu- ip|ic.mince was that the fire men have ai la -1 gui it under control. Included Inc prupcrly burned is the which -plcmlid Hoard of Trade building, co—I KIKSI.INMI and hull 1 over loo tenant» and half a dozen hu-mes- house«, and two oi «maller building*. Thc weather cold and the firemen were greatly ui Hu« rc«|Kvt, i hit>idc of the Hoard of Trade building there waa not a modern structure Crowds ot | »S aniiiri^ Imrruxi. juin iiK*d the narrow *tm*u jikI tin* j m»I irt* could not control tlifiii VV » Mile n faintt**! und their clothe* were torn and a few slightly lushes fol «afety. j — J At 11 the royal family Daly of the late queen, w hich lies in a simple coffin in the private chapel, which is festooned with red and white hangings. I lie lu-hop of W inchester, standing before an altar at the private rha|»*l. will ri*ul a portion ol the service for the dead. The injured in Funeral Ten Day* Hence. < oi es Me of Wight, Jan. 24, 1 a. m.— o i loek this morning the member* of ill gather around the g#t no light from It. eolliii ii-st, ,,u u -|.ccrtlly erected platform, dru|u,l with royal purple, the feet lying to d fa.*-» the «impie altar, i« a thin veil. For a few the c.i-t (her the featuri hour« liefere this service the publie will he admitted to the T> -im and allowed to view the remain* "f the sovereign who for an l"ng nilisl over them. The Issjy will rent there until Sunday, and it i« probable that I he h II" reinoi.il ill in cur f.ir Iff days. Sturer« tu Itruth. i a placer miner, in tne mountain*, *ix mile* from Wolf Helena. Skint , Jan. 22 .—Joseph Shaw, a* found dead in hi* cabin eieck, a few day* ago. Justice Mei'unetz, after investigation, ha* decided that death j wa» due to starvation and exposure. Th« naif of the cabin wa* cased iu aud snow b id drifted around the cabin, the window« of which were covered only with flour *j< k*. Shaw had apparently been dead « mouth. Tin- body wa* fourni by Ed Hai ti Mine, bis former partner, who hod missed luiu and went in search of him. Over Niagara Falla. Niagara Falla, Jan. 21.—John Wl««r and John Marsh of this city attempted to eroas Niagara river above th« fall« today They lout control of their boat and were carried ln-o the rapid«. Wiser, who waa unable to «wüa. waa the falls and drowned. swept ^j ar8 h A ft« r a desperate strutfle la the lc ÿ wa ter. wu rescued by ptfWH a j on g the shore, ' over He who make« light of the Bible will