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VOL. XT.TTI. HO 230 BOCK ISLAND, ILL., WEDNESDAY, JULY 17. 1895. FBIG2 TIDIES CE3T3. TORYKULE IS SURE Results in the General Elec tions of the British. MAJORITY OF THUtTT-TWO OEfiTAIH Eeen II tho CmunntlTM Make No More Valna Another ExHlalstar Loim His Beat Liberal Emit ladlaa Ue'eatod and ConserTati. of tbe Same Nativity Elected Near of the Sofia Tragedy BtainbulofT Has Chance for Life. Lokdos, July 17. Up to midnight tho returns from tho parliamentary election how the following results: Conserva ' tlvcs, 2iO; Liberal Unionists, 31; total Unionists, 231. Liberals, 41; Parncllites, 4; McCarthyitcs, 12; Labor, 1; total, 61. The gains which the Unionists have se cured in the elections thus far held in sure them a majority of Bi in the next house even if the remainder of the' seats to be votod on remains the same as here tofore. Tho proportion V)f the electors who went to the poll was higher than on any former occasion. The- superiority of the Unionists was manifest both by the magnitude of their own majorities and by the extent to which they pulled down their opponents. Dadabahl Kaorlji, tho Liberal member of the central division, of Kinabury, who was alluded to by Lord Salisbury as a "black man," he being an K ist Indian, was defeated, whllo his fel low countryman, Bhrownagree, won a seat fur tbe Conservatives. Another Ks-Minister Sent to Sedation. Lord Salisbury's youngost son. Lord Hugh Cecil, has been returned for Green wlcu. A labor member, William K. Cromer, who sat for tho Haggorston di- vision of Shoreditcb and who recently tnsle a journey to America to urge the '"' adoption of nn arbitration tftaty, has been unseated. But the chief event of tho day was the defeat of ex-Postmaster General Alorlcy, making the fourth ex minister in Lord Rosebery's cabinet who hns been sent to socluslon. At North ampton, which is a Radical stronghold, Henry Labouchore had his majority great ly reduced and tho Conservatives won the other sout. Tho big Unionist majorities iu Birmingham and A ton-Manor indi cate tbut the Liberal-Unionists continue v to bo tho most Important factor in poli te tics. Tho re-oloclion of Speaker Uulley bus elicited congrntulaHons all around. BTAMUULOFF has a chance, Ilad a Foreboding of HI Fate Govern ment Implicated la the Crime Sofia, July 17. The condition of M. Htarnbulcff, who was murderously as saulted, is such as to giro slight hopes that ho may yot recover from his wounds. UfcULlN, July 17. The Kolnischo Z.'l tung calls attontion to an interview which it had with M. Stambuloff somo months ago. M. Stambuloff had fore boding of his fate and said that a band had b.-en formed at Uotschbunas, a su burb of Soda, which practiced the use of llri-iirtns. The government, lull M. StmubulolT, wan aware of their existence, but winked lit It. Among tho band were tho murderers of M. Bcltschr-tT, formerly minister of flnaneo of Bulgaria, who was assassin ated in liOt. "They have taken an oath to BMussInato me," said M. Stambuloff In the Interview, "and to avengo Major I'unlizj "xecutod for treason In lSJJat tho instance i f M. Stambiilutl Prince Ferdi nand is included in the list ot impending victims" Moneil the ltollvHn E.cntcheon. Lima, l'.-ru., July 17 The feeling affntnst li illviit ho iv is very strong. A crowd stoned tho escutcheon of tho Bo . llvlnn legation. GIRL POISONS HER BENEFACTORS. Dm of tho Victims litre Ura Affilr lie hind the Crime FEYMoi-n,Ind., July 17. -Fleming Sarver and wife, of Unloutown, in Jackson county, were prostrated by drinking cof fee in which rat poison had been placod, and Mr. Sarver died of tho effects. Mrs. Sarver is reported very low and her re covery is .doubtluL The old couplo havo an adopted daughter in the person of Dul lie Belknap, 11 years old, who tin been keeping company with llayjs Kibins, the 17-year-old son of a neighbor, and it Is alleged that Do! lie received a letter, which was shown to Joslo Derringer, who is 10 years old, in which she is ad vised to get away with tbe old folks, after which she would inherit the property, and they could build a new house and have a good tluio. The Belknap girl alleges that the Der ringer girl and a sister of the latter ad vl'ed her to get rat poison and pat in the ct ffee, a statement which is vigorously de nied by the latter. She also says that she is ' satisfied that the Robins boy did not write tho letter, and that she did not want to kill her benefactors, but that she thought by making them very sick they would think they were going to die, and thus will to her tho property. Mrs. Sar ver, upon being taken sick, drank a large quantity of sweot milk, which partially neutralized the poison which she had taken. Kan a fast 100 Yards, ISDIAXAPOLIS, July 17. Martin Hogan, the fleet center fielder ot the Indianapolis base ball club, made a tie ot the world's record at 100 yards. He defeated Henry Buschmann, the Indian lnter-collcgiate champion. Tbe race occurred in the ball ' park. Hogan completed the distance in V 4 5 seconds, which is the record made by H, Beth une, the professional runner. Death of Judge Almeroa Wheat. Quiscy, Ills., July 17. Judge Almcron Wheat, Sr., the oldest member of the Ad ams county bar and legal contemporary here with Douglas, Browning. Liucolu, and Skiver, is dead, 11a was 8, and practiced law In this circuit fifty-six years. Whisky WUI Be ftcaree In Kentucky. 1 LOCI6VIU.K, July 17. The Kentucky Distillers' association has resolved to manufacture no more whisky until July . CKARQEO WITH ROBBING MINER raise Scales Used, as Alleged, to Weigh Coal Salts In Prospect. PlTTSBUKa, July 17. Operator T. D. Stein and his check weighman, T. R. Marshall have" boon arrested on a charge of stealing coal from tho miners at the Idlewood mine, which Is owned by Stein. The suit was brought by Socretary War ner, of the miners' organization. He charges that Mino Inspector Blick has ex amined the scales at Uio mine and found the weights false. Tho Fairbanks Scale company has also examined thorn and found that they gavo the operator an ad vantage of 300 pounds on a ton. Stein stated that tho scales are all right, and that they have been in uso at the mine for ten years. It is stated that if the miners win this suit all ot them will enter suits for damages. Somo of tbe men have bjen working at this mine for twenty years nnd their claims will mount to 15,00.) apiece. The Cnu Kearly Caaes n iforror. ToPEKA. K, July 17. The heat caused two rails on tho Atchison, Topeka and Sinta Fe two miles west of Emporia to spring about two feet out of lino. Tho pressure was so great that the spikes were torn out and tho bending ot the rails caused a loud report that the attention of somo trackmen near by was attracted and a passe n rot train then about due was flagged just in time to savo it from a terrible wreck. Jo.t the Weather It Wants, Omaha, July 17. Rumors in Omaha o! hot winds in western Nebraska were thor oughly dispelled by telegrams from that section last night. Tho heat was exces sive all day, but corn is in need of just that kind tf weather, and is nourishing. Tbe ground is too thoroughly soaked with moisture to make hot winds possible for a month, without further rain. Farmers now need dry, hut weather and plenty of it to muturo the corn crop. Moving Again! the Oreat Fight. At'STIs, Tex., July 17. Tho ministers of Austin have came out In a public ad dress advising the morally-inclined ele ment of the state to rally to their support In Hying to suppress tho Corbett-Fitz-slmmons fight ut D.iilai. They desire all people who love good morals to writo n vigorous protest against tho light and send it to this city. West Virglula Miner (Jait Work. BKLLAIUE, 0 July 17. All the miners in the Ohio county, W. Va., district who havo been working below tho present rate havo coma out. The district include (ilendaln, Moundsvillo, Ulenwood and South Wheeling. Oror a thousand men camo out arid all others working at less than tho scale rate arc expected out soon. The operators believe they will have lUtio trouble in lilting the planes of tho sikcrs. Will 'iht Clilcugo he waff!. ' Sr. Louis, July 17. Tho American Public Health association which meets In Denver next October will bo asked by tho delegates from tho Missouri state board ot health to take vigorous action relative to preventing the diversion of Chicago sewnga into the Mississippi river through the drainage canal in course o construc tion at tho Windy City. Negro Itcnevolent Order In Seanlon. KEOKUK. la., July 17. The grand ses sion of the International Order of Twelve, jurisdiction ot Iowa, Illinois, Michigan and Indiana, has convened here, Rufus R. Dodson, tf Kvansvillc, Ind., chief grand mentor, presiding. It is ono of tho largest secret bencvoler.t orders among tho negro race. Nebraska llemocratic Convention. Omaha, July 17. Tho regular Demo cratic state central committee has set the date for the stato convention Aug. 22 at Omaha. They invited Secretary Carlisle to address the convention. This is the free silver wing of tho party, however, and Carlisle has already accepted the in vitatlon ut the other element. Bid on the Treasury Gold. Xew Your, July 17. An amount of gold estimated at from fSO.UOJ to flOJ.OuO was withdrawn from tho sub-treasury late yesterday afternoon, supposedly for shipment on tho steamship St. Louis. Neitbor tho sub-treasury nor tho firm would glvo any information regarding the matter. ' 1 Two More ISoilies Uncovered. Lake Geneva, Wis., July 17. The diver who has been at work for several days searching for the victims of the Dis patch accident has brought to the sur face the bodies of John Preston, tho en gineer ot the yacht, and Btby Hogan. The search for the body ot Mrs. Hogan has so far been unsuccessful. Acq ttcd of the Cuarga by a Jary. Springfield, His., July 17. Tbe State Register special from Petersburg says that J. S. Strodeman, president of the Strodemann bank which failed there, was tried by a jury on tho cbage of cmbez ling funds from the Mutual Loan asso ciation at Petersburg, of which be war secretory, and was acquitted. Alleged Kobben Arretted. MACON, Ills., July 17 On Monday night, Jane 17, tho postofSce was robbed of tlOo in stamps and til) in money. John, alias "Varnish" Rogers, and Sam Middleton, both residents ot this city, have been arrested as being tho principal' in the robbaiy. Will Us Locatrd at DcUalb. CHICAGO, July 17. The trustees of the Northern Illinois Normal Institute have selected DaKalb as the site of the school. DcKaU offered sixty acres of good land, I40.UOJ in cash and a loin ot IW.COJ, as well as many other inducements. Arrested for Murder. LlBERTT, Ma, July 17. William Ashel and Robert Aihburn are under arrest at Smlthvllle on a warrant charging them with tho murder of Daniel Stone, who was found at his home, near there, June &, with bis skull broken. Weakness is the symptom, impov erished blood the caue. Hood's Sar saparilla the cure. It makes tbe weak strong. HEAVY NAVAL GUNS Effect of Their Fire on the Fit tings of a Ship. TE3T3 MADE ON THE AMPHITEIIE. Wo Daruago to Speak of Results (II Them Three Decision la Peneloa Ap-J peal Cases Rendered by Assistant SeceA irj x&eynoia secreinrx cuiim ellnee to Pay for Work Done on Sunday Warship Olympia a Speedy Testcl WashisgtOj, July 17. CaptalnV. C. Wise, commanding the doublo-turretted monitor Amphitrite, in an official report to tho navy department has' given somo information respecting the effect of the fire of heavy naval guns on a ship's deck and fittings that is expect ed to prove of valuo in shipping designs tho new battleships. The tests wero made at sea off Hampton Roads on July 11 and 12 by order of Secretary Herbert. Tho battery and fittings wcro tested at sea under conditions which obtain in battle. Tho forward ten-inch guns were tired directly ahead under the sumo con ditions. Effect of the Fire. No damago whatever resulted to the decks or their fittings except that the forword capstan was lifted about four inches and a few ballrollurs were blown out on deck. They were easily replaced without damage. There was no broom ing or depressing or lifting of tho decks whatever. Observers directly uuder the guns failed to feel any shock. In the berth deck a few electric lumps and clobes were shattered and broken and tho washbowl in the marble stationary top of tho junior officers' quarters also wero broken. In conclusion Captain Wise says: "The severity of tho test and complete freedom from injury or damago demonstrated the character of the vessel as a truo type of our ha ttle or lighting ship. And may I mid. I believe that slio would be more formidable without the superstructure.' CKAiQBXLL KNTUUSIASTIO. Works on the Great Lakes the Moat Im portant in the World. Washington, Jujy 17. Geuoral Craig hlll, chief of engineers, who recontly re turned from a visit to tho works on the great lakes between Detroit and Lake Superior, is very enthusiastic over what he saw. Ho declares that it Is the most important work in the world that is un der the direction of Colonel Poo. Tbe lock at tbe Suult Sto. Marie is tho largest in the world, and when completed will al low vessels of twenty-ono feet draught to pass through. The general hopes that the work will be completed next year, and it will le uono too soon, as tho present lock and canal are wholly ina.lcq.iato to supply tho demand of commcrco. Ves sels waited at the tiault canal for hours whilo General Craighill was there, and could not bo accommodated. When tho new lock aud canal are com pleted tho larger boats will make use of it and tho smaller vessels will uso the old lock, which will greatly facilitate, navigation. It is also a gratifying fact to General G.-ulgl.lll that tho work at tho canal ana tho improvements looking to a deep-water channel from Uulutli nnd Chicago to Buffalo is being done within the estimates. The Canadians are build ing a lock on tho other side of tho Hoo, but it Is not so largo as tho new loci, be ing built by tho United Slates and will not accommodate tho samo amount cf business. PENSION AI'l'EAL CASE. Three Decisions Iteailered by Assistant Pccretary Reynolds. WAsniKGTOS, July 17. Assistant Sec rotary Reynolds has rendered throe de cisions in pension appeal coses. In the first ho holds that while the commissioner of pensions is forbidden by law to sus pend payment ot a pension pending pro ceedings to annul or reduce it, neverthe less, in case such pension is annulled, all unpaid pension apparently accrued at the date of annullment becomes illegal and must not be pal L In the second caso tho secretary holds that the law forbidding tho commissioner to reduco pensions without thirty days' notice docs not apply to coses octel on before its passage. In tho third case it is held that as tho act pensioning the children of a soldier who are under 10 years of age expressly provides that the pension shall begin from the date of tiling tho application for tho pension, a claimant who was over 16 years old when the act was passed has no claim for pension at alt. Cncle Sam Invited to Participate. Washisgtos, July 17. Through J. Barranda, president of tho organizing committee, the United States has been formally invited to partictpati In the proceedings ot the Eleventh congress ol Americanists, which will be held in tho City of Mexico from the 15th to the 2Jtb of next October. In transmitting tho in vitation President Barranda speaks of the interest European governments have shown in the subject and expresses tbe hopt! that in view ot the scientific object of the congress tho United States will send at least ono representative. No I ay for fnnday Work. Washington, July 17. Secretary Hoke Smith declined to approve a request f jr pay for work done on Sunday by govern ment employes. Three examiners who were busied in tin Helena, Mont., land office on Sunday oskci that they bo al lowed their regular per diem allowance for the same, but the secretary holds that Sunday Is not a day for labor, and that he is not authorized to pay for work done on that day. Yrllow fever lu Havana, Washington, July 17. Advices to tho surgeon general if the Marine hospital service are to the effect that there V ere twenty new cases of yellow fever in Ha vana during the week ending July 11 and eight deatns. This Is a slight increase. For tbe veek ending July 5 there wen twenty-Svo deaths from yellow ttVer in Santiago de Cuba. and for tbe weekending July 4 nine deaths from this disease n( Vera Cruz, Mexico. The Aegls, loc a week. Absolutely Pure. a cream of tartar baking ptwder. High it of all in leavening strensrth. laltit ChiUd State Gertntment Fool Report. Hot At Bakixs Fowoeh Co.. 106 WI1 8t It. T. ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS. Authorities of Kowanee, Ills., are look ing for William DeB ites, charged with attempted murder of his wifo and ohil dren, whom he attacked with a hatchet. Dr. John D. White, ot Memphis, shot and killed Jacob Rothschild on account of jealousy ot a single woman. White is married. Obituary; J. R. Toiler. Mattoon, Ilia; Mrs. Susan Hickman, TiCin, O. ; Frank Banister, Owosso, Mich. ; Mr. Jane Bart away, Assumption, Ills.; Paul Englc hart, Somers, Wis ; John Quimby, Me nominee, Mich.; li- II. Torror, irginia, Ills.; Mrs. Mnthias Jacobs, Kenosha, Wis. ; Father Cornelius Vaeger, Fresno, Cala. A futile attempt was inada near. Pekin, Ills., to wreck a Big Four train. Spikes on the rails were seen in time. Charles B. Keohn, who escaped from prison at Jackson, Mich., iu 1SU1, baa bean recaptured at L-jtuar. Cora Peterson, a servant at Stillman, Valley, Ills., has gone crazy over tho loss of 1,000, her life savings. Henry Stebbina, a well-known printer of Mcadville, Pa., dnppsl deat in the pressroom of The Tribune-Republican. . Perry Brothers, livo stock commission dealers at S uth Omaha, assigned. Dora Burns, aged 'dZ, broke jail nt Mc Leansboro, Ills., where- she was hold tot infanticide. John M. Ward, ball player, has possod examination for the b.ir. Tho Rio G.-ando river is on a tear in Texas, and El Paso is Hooded. Tho govern men t's upio il In the Stan ford case has been filed at S in Francisco. Cuban insurgents burned tho Santa Clara village of Pr7.nciuz. Changes in the British cabinet inspire Mrs. Muybrick's frijtids to renewed ef forts in her behalf. Southern Democratic editors are at work to secure tho nomination of Stoven foii and Criip as the presidential candi dates. Tho steamer Ariels. reported sunk in tho James river with a crowd of colored ex cursionists, has arrivod safely at Peters burg, Vo. Annie Williams, a?ed 13. It under ar rest at Langdon Station, Ind., charged witn Killing botb her parents with rat poison. James Iljg-rs of R.ickford. Ills., tied th) halter to his foot while hu was watch ing a broncho graze. Tho animal ran away, fatally injuring tha lad. Will Uo to Work at 61 Cent. Tehue Hacte. July 17. At a meeting of miners at Clinton it was resolved to accept the Terro Hnuto agreement and go to work at dl cents per ton. The vote was iJ to 1A Something liko seventy -II vo miners thereupon went Into tho mines, tho first time they havo been there since April. . r Women Make the ItrKt Teachers, When they are well, but being; on tbeir feet and going up and down stairs cause derangements, which undermine strength, patience and tact. Zoa-Puora cures all such de rangements. Sold by T. II. 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