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-a ROCK VOL. XT.TTT. NO 234 SOCK ISLAND. ILL., MONDAY, JULY 22 1895. PBXC2 TUBES GZIT3. -,.Vi'.V- SLAMD ARGUS SCORES DROWNED. Terrible Steamship Disaster in the Gulf of Genoa, T0 VESSELS COME DJ COLLISION. On. Coei to the Bottom Carrying 148 Per. on with liar Victim Caught la Their Bleep Details of the Resent Fight lie. fiaapD. Campos and the Cabau Rebels t ftU ef eantocildes Wild Scenes at tl Mineral of StambalolT, gLa, July 23. The Italian steamer! Ortega and Mariap collided off Isola del I'inta at tha entrance of the Gulf of Genoa. Tho latter sank and 144 people wore drowned. The Mariap was bound from Naples to La Plata. There was a crow of seventeen and the passengers numbered 173. She wns calling bore en roatu to her destination. She was enter ing tho Gulf of Genoa at 1:3) o'clock in the morning when sho met the Ortega outbound. They only noticed each other when a collision w.is Inevitable. The bow of tho Ortega crashed into tho star, board sido of tho Mariap, penetrating sis yards nnd ripping up tho Marinp like runtchwooj. Tho water rained in through tho holo and the Mariap sank in three ininut'-s. Drowned While in Their Berths. Tho majority of tho passengers wcro asleep at the tirr.o of tho accident and had nn time to escape after tho alarm was given. They wero engulfed witii the ves sel. Tho Ortegt remained on tho spot until 0 a. m. in order to pick up tho sur vivors. Sho rescued fourteen of the crow and twenty-eight of tho passengers of tlia Mnrlap. Other steamer wore dispatched to the scene of tho disaster to search for further survivors. Tho Ortega's bow was smashed for a apnea of twelve foot along tho water lino. There is so.no com ment upon thu fact brought to mind by tho iligasfjr that tho Ortega once col lided on tho same spot with tho French Steamer Onclo Joseph. Announced in l tin Italian Chamber. At tho conclusion of tho sitting of tho ehamtxir nt Komo tho mlnUtor of inariuo iinnouncad tho news of tho disaster in the midst of profuud silence, adding that nil ollirer, a teaman, a stoker and 145 piigscngrra of tho Marinp had perished. The Ortega hud twenty-live p;i9sengi-rs on board. Thu Muriup's captain was named Ferrara. Thu chamber bus ordored an tuijulry into the disaster. L ATEST I1ATTI.K IN Cm A. Story of the Fight lietwcen Campos and the Kevnliitlonlats. Havana, July vi. Further details are constantly coming to light concerning tho action between tho Insurgents and thu colujiin of Marshal Martinet Do Campos, Ix-tweon M.niz.millo and Jlnya nio, on July 1L The mora that U known of tho action tho more it is seen that tho captain general nnd his forers were in a position ot extreme peril, and that It was only by tho personal leadership and military skill of Marshal Campos himself that tho day was saved and made nn especially glorious notion for tho Spanish nriuy. Marshal IKi Campus left Manzalilllo July 11 f.-ir 1! ly.uno. II. arrived nt Veguitas. about balf way between tho two towns, at S o'clock in the afternoon and received on enthusiastic reception there, lie unite I tho column of SintoeiMes with 1,000 troops of the regiment of Isabu Catoiicn nnd threo companies of tho lijc section of t-ngtm ers and guerilliis. In Carruana Iio reouivi-d notice of tho presence of the Insurgent to the number tif 6,000 in Valei.zuela, near H.nila uud Uueycilo. Tile commanders were Auto ulo .Macoo, lUlil an J Ai.isso. At i) o'clock tho Insurgents were seen on the farm of Kan Franciso. Tho troops uiviiiietug wero cotiiiinnded hf General Santocildes. Ho was at tlie front and received two sh t wounds. Mill he ordered tlip ndvuuce to contlrine, when ho received a third ball In tho bead. Captr.ln-Ueneral Do Campos then took command. Sabana lVrulej Wltfi2,iJ'Jof the insurgent cavalry charged upon the Spanish forces. General Cam pos Immediately formad a square, making n heroic defense ngalnU thu lie roe nttn.-i;. Ho ordered mules uud horses killed and villi them and with tho baggage of tin troops ho f jrmed barricades to obstruct the insurgent cavalry charges. The latter wero not able to resist thu filing of tho Mauser rilles in tho hands ot tho Spaniards, nnd c.iimneiice 1 to wavor. General Campos immediately charged with cavalry, whllo tho infantry attacked with bayonets and routed tho insurgents who divided !u to bands and dispersed. General Campos made bis way forward mid arrived at 8 o'clock at night at Hiyamo. He was enthusiastically re ceived. The troops Ijst besldos General Smtoclldcs thirteen officers dead and wounded and seventy soldiers dead and ubout '.Jo wounded. Tho Insurgent' lost t) M dead or wounded. Ilrigadier Kabl, Colonel Muchada and Major Muneada wero kilWsl. Among tho wounded wero Captain Hanrirex and two chiefs of a low er grade. Tampa, V, July 2J. Cuban accounts from Havana regarding the fight in which Campos was present say Campos himself was wounded, und is now besieged la Hay a mo. - i-XCiriNU SCENES IX SOFIA. raole and Hostile Itrinon.lrat Ion at "tauibnli 1t luueral. Sofia, July 22. Tho funeral cf ox Premier Stambuluft was prolific of ex citing scenes la tho stroets. About 3 o'clock the funeral cortege started for tho cathedral. The attendance of mourners nnd of tho general publlo was small, owing to a notice placarded, dotaillng ac cusations levelled against tho deceased and urging the people not to take part In ! the obsequies. Three hundred paces from th hmiM . en.it wiua mhi.l . r i feiambulotl full by the daggers ot tho as- j kiui xaooortrge neiu and AI. Petchoff, who was with tho deceased statesman when ho woa attacked and who was himself wouuded, luado a Speech to the assviuolage. Hi. llMM.I ..rt.l ....... . 1 ' - , u.u . V . w t,', V4 WHU Dnudagu. wh.ro he hud been slabbed. In , an Impaaidancd harangue he charged theenemtei of Bulgaria with the terrible ' 1 crime ot iuuruonng the man to wnom the country owed her independence nni the prince his throne. Ho was still speak ing when a loud cry was raised: "Kua lor your lives." A terrible ptnic ensued, and the crowd became frantic and mado a rush to escape, every one believing that lighting had U-gun. Men and women wore trampled upon and tho children carrying wreaths in a part of the pro cession threw down the lowers and Ced screaming. A detachment of gendarmes roae up at a fast trot with swords drawn. Another moment their appearance in- crensod tho panic, bat after awhilo they surceeaeu in restoring ord'T. Tho funeral train had hardlv started again when a second panic broKe out, causing another confusion wnioh do cimatvd tho ranks of tho urnccssion. Wreaths were thrown away an 1 trampled unucr loot, while the bearers II 1. Sjiiio order was ngain re-established, tho b draggled garlands were gathered up and the cemetery wns finally reached. Hero there was a shocking scene. The ene mies of Stamuulott and tho fi lends of Mojor Panitz i, who was executed somo years Rinse for conspiracy at tho Instance of M. f tambuloS, hud organized a hostile demonstration against tiio dead states ni.m. Tho grave of Panitzi had been bedecked with flowers and flis and a large crowd, who had been unending a requei-n to ins moniory, assumed a menacing attitude in tho path of th lnjirso. A detachment o( cavalry galloped up just id time to pro. vent a collision. A band of Stambiiloifs enemies was only prevented from attack ing the remains by a cordon of civairy which surrounded the gr ivo. latr.t Kntnh Kirrliun Rranlta. London, Julv 21 As a result of th pollings thus far in the general elections tiio L'nionisf s now show a net gain of H, rising tho government a majority of Ins. Tho district to bn heard from d uring this week ar.i almost entirely lit the coun ties and shires Tho numUr y.rt to bo heurd from is 101. The mjj jrity of the.s j wero represented by I.llK-rals in the last parliament. That A!!eg-il Kn.t Iatrrvirw. IOSWOV, July iM. The alleged inter; view with United States Aiub.isidur Kustls published by tho Paris l'i:raro. is Ktill attracting utteiition. Tae Saturday lb: view says of it that itshoned bragga docio lirst, then confidence, nnd then tii tul forgetfulness. 'Wliuther it was . bourbon or the Irish brand," the Ueview remarks, "evidently it was too strong for tho ambassador." Klilrr Hngurd Kefeateil. London, July 2- In tho ean divisioa of Norfolk H. Uider llaggtnl, the novel ist, tho Conservative candidate, was do fealod by a maj irity tf l'. S in a poll of u.on. .r. ll.iggaid received 4.40S Votes nnd his opponent, It. J. I'ryce, tho Lib- oral caudidat 4,1! J. YOUNG BAPTISTS ARE THROUGH. Close of the Or eat Itcllglous Conventl'ju in the Alonnmeut City. Baltimore, July W Thu service on Sunday morning tho Iwginning of tho last day of tho fifth annual international convention of tho Haptist Young People's union was particularly impressive. Del cgates and visitors wero present In great numbers In tho mammoth tent and lonvo takings were bosun. At 11 o'clock thcro was an adjournment to church services, the pulpit of every Kvancellst church in Haltimoro being occupied by a Baptist preacuer. Iu tho nftornoon thoro was a second praise and prayer service, Kov. li. K. Lovett, of Davenport. la., belnz tho lend er. During tho utternoon service in the great Unit thoro was u "junior rally" in tho Fuller Memorial Haptist church. In tho evening tho closing ceremony was held, being largely a serrico of praise led by a great choir. A number of addresses wero alsj delivered, among themonoby President Chapman. During tho singing thoservico was illtiminnt.nl by heaven's electric light and heaven's artillery add ed to the sound of the chorus. Tho end of tho session was largely tak cn up with reports from ditl -rent states," nil of a glowing character. It was a love feast for tho whole time, and did not close until 11 p. ir... when tho Haptist Young People's union convention closed for the year. Canght the lia-cil with tho Money. ClIicAiiO, July -"J. Chester V. K-,, d faulting cashier of Poweshiek county, Iowa, is under arrest in tho City of M-x-ico, nnd alnrgn part of the t?.OH which ho mndo uwny with has been attached and will likely l-e returned to the county fr ;:m which it was taken. Hiehard liowo. hu brother, was ulso arrested us un ac complice.' Lightning Kill JJrn anil Horse. GwiNiisv:n.E. Ky., July '2 Noah Gar rett, a young man, was killed by light ning wliile rtding a horse along tho pike. Tho lightning struck Garrett on tho bead, and ruuniug down his body made a holu through the saddle, going on Into the horse's body, instuntly killing both rider and horse. l'rave iiri loi Her 1.1 fr. F airfield, Ills , Julyi:.'. Miss Emma Swan, a photographer oi this city, was drowned in the Little Wabash river, about twelve miles from here. She was ono of live oth r girls who went to the assistance ot Mis Grace Martin, who wns drowning Gentlemen of tho party had to rcsouo thos whj were saved. Sloop ltet;. UrarU Iran- SAXTA Uakbaua. Uala, July iS. The sloop Kestless, reported lest with a party of Santa Barbara young people on boad, has been heard from, la a storm her mainmast and rigging were earned away, but all on board were safely landed on lava Yald z. Twelve Itohemian llunsrs Fngnlfcd. BltrEK, Bohemia, July yi owing to the unaccountable subsidence of the soil, twelve houses bavj been completely en gulfed. A largo portion of tho town is threatened with a similar disaster, and tho inhabitants of that part have deserted their homes. Tun persons aro missing. Arrested for ltura.og the Factory. Purrinand M. T. Iiloek. of tt r- I Budding company, have tjen crrested ml,,"0,,s Sarsaparilla exceed those of a charge of burning th f factory lnthls,a' city on Juno i't I STRANGE PEXAXCE Done by a Girl Employed in a Cincinnati Nunnery. KADE A ITS-CUSHION OF HERSELF. Drivirs Yliose Articles by tho Dozen Into Her k.rgs and Feet Doctors Kxtract forty-one U.d It Because She Had (rvoialj Sinned I!oy Employed te Whip a .11 a with Thorny lirauches by the Man Ilium. 1'. ClSCISSATI, O, July 1-2. A well dressed young woman applied at the Cin cinnati hospital for ndmission. She pre sented a letter from tho mother superior or t!io convent where tho jiung womm had resided. Tho letter said that the bearer. Miss Nellie Thomas, had been employed at the convent somo time, and was suffering from swollen legs and feet. Nothing except tho symptoms re ferred to in tho letter was foanl in tho preliminary examination, butlatee it Was decided to lanco tiio f:et, wiicn it was found that tao 1 robs and feet wero full of plus nnd needles. Forly-ono neoJl.-s were extracted fro:a those parts cf her body, and it is thought others will be found. Tho physicians believo that blood poisoning will set in, and that the casj in any event liny prove boneless. Had Hone I'enance That Way. The girl protested till after the opera tion that Bhe could not tell how the poisoned needles became embedded in her feet and legs-, but finally sho said sho had bcn nt th5 convent of tao Good Shep herd for Bevcral years. Sho was an or phan and alone In the world. Duriug her stay . thcro she had doue.wronp; not once alone, but jersistentiy. ' Slio tin I douo that which sho knew was not right, and for every sin sho bud commuted she had dono pentineo by tin u-ting a ncedio lntj one of her legs. Sho explained that each operation had caa.-ed her ngoniz.ng pain, and that a: time the pain was almost imL'e arable, but siio felo sho must boa the pain as a pen ineo for tho sin commit ted. Tli is ir.o.lo of doing penancr?, sho said, had covered up moro than two years. Makisa Itrinarkiftfile Confess-on. Her wrong-doing hsd been of frequent occurrence, nnd she was unablo to esti mate tho number of needles in her lege. She nid that she and another girl in tlu convent had bjcomo unnaturally infatu oted with each other. They had acted as b.vers. Sho said that sh? bad oni'asscd to a priest in the canrctit. who was greatly shockel at t!io confession sho made. Tho sisters wera greatly surprised nt the statement made Ly tho girl, and could not understand how such condi tions rojid have txisted in tho institu tion without thir knowledge. They made iu attempt to deny tho story, but w.-ro nn doubt in ignorance of such nda tions existing between any persons. Sister Superior Mary Mnlono stated that the otitcjuio of tho ex imlnntion of Miss Thomas was n startling revelation toher. Sho had been aware of tho con dition of tho patient's legs nnd feet for several months, hu; had no Idea of tho causo. Miss Nellie was nblo to talk last night, but was very weak and sulTerin? intense pain. i;Mi.ir,i:; iiovs to iukasii hiu. Case in Which a Man Adnptu tho Mctliuds of the 1 tugellaitta. tiscixxATi, July ii. Vhilo Rolcrt Hisler, of Covington, Ky., and two com punions wera out sk if riding on tho Licking river, opposlto "Deadwoods." they S2V nudo bjys whipping somo ono tied to a log. They rowed in to shore to sjo what was tho cause of this strange proceeding, 'lho p -rsun that was fas toned to tho lo quickly slipped out of his uonas nnd escaped, 'lho boys wero whij) ping a man who had engaged them to do it. In their banks were long branches which were covered with long thorns. They explained that they had been cn- gaged liy this unknown to punish hint in this manner, nnd that nt tho e.11119 hour every day for tho past week they hnd gone through tho same performance. Tho who'.o affair was considered n fake, but investigation showed otherwise. Tho Covington police nnd cit'ins hnvo been hunting the man of penance and will continue until ho is caught. BONES FOUND IN A MOUND. Impurtjnt DiKoT.Tl.. Made by a Olnt Mu-emu Curator. FttANKFor.T, O., July :i V.". K. Monro head, curator tf the State University Museum, made some important discover ies in the ancient mounds hjredurinsr tho past w.-ck. Ono mound which ho opened contained nino skeletons buried two feet below the surface in a layer of gravel. The bones are those of short. heavy, muscular men. The skulls are thick and rather round and th. facial nnglo is low. Severa skulls giva i-videnco of artificial flat tening of tho base during iufaucv. No skeletons found ill Ohio present a more inferior tribe physically. Ia other gavel knolls about this plaeo Mr. Mocrehead discovered further evideueo if burials of similar character. Arrowheads, axes, epper bracelets and various c-rn amen :s lay bv nearly every ?keIeton. Dr. Thomas Wilson, or the Smitbsanini institute, and Mr. Moore head visited all tiie cav of the Hocking and Paint Valli-ys i-t -areli of traces of the occupation of cl :c:al man. I ir-t ol trio &.vrreU ISnyentt. BtUMiNultAM, .Ma., July i;i Tae order of Grand Master Wurkinan Sovereign to boycott national bank i.utes was felt here when a workingni.in who declined to civo his name tefuseil tl't in bank notes ten- lered hint la payment of a bill .At the Mlgl.tJ C.rrful or the Law. Galtestox, Te.. July Mickey Thomx", champion welterweight of Louisiana, and Kobert Thompson, of a.t Laku City, toughs eighteen rounds here Saturday night. At midnight tho bjht m-os stopped on account of the Sua day law and uet lartn' 3 draw. Druggists say thit their sales of ftu(,f'- There ii no substitute Hood'e. ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS. In tho Detroit wheelmen's twentv.flva mile road racq on Belle Isle, Oscar Wan- nerer, ot Detroit, a ninc-minuto man, was first. Time I hour, 17? minutes. Senor de Lome, tho Spanish minister has called upon S.-retary Olney to give him official notice of the decision of the Spanish government to pay the Mora ciatm. The Chicago plant of the National Linseed Oil works was nearly destroyed by fire, involving a loss ol from KJ,000 to f o W.0OJ, fully insured. It is stated that feo.OiiO Is tho price of fered by August Belmont for Honry of Navarre, tne ceieuruieu race horse, A cyclone passed over Sullivan, Ulster and parts of Orange counties, N. Y., and did what cyclones are prone to do In the line of property destruction. Four men wcro blown off a rotf and seriously hurt. Charles Sharp has! been arrested in B.d mar, a resort just below Asbury Park. N. J , on a charge of embezzling 812,000 from his employers. Swift & Co., tho dressed beef concern of Chicago. At a meeting of the Sound Currency club, of Kansas City, Which is coniDosed of Democrats, resolutions wero adopted aur.uj u:i democrats to rotraln from having anything to do with the Demo cratic stnto convention which is to assem ble at Portlo Spring on Aug. 0 to discuss the money nestion. Ten cents a drink for whisky and two glasses of beer for a nickel is making "jags" fhcnp at Dos Moiues. A high offieinl of the German foreign cilice is reported to have said, referring to tho possible result of StambulofT's assas sination: "Within a month war may break out in the Balkan poninsula." Holmes, the nlicgo.l Insurance swind ler, reported bigamist end murderer of at leust six persons, says in nn iaterview that ho will prove an alibi as to two of the murders lho Pitzel children. Captain Anson and eight of his colts have been fined for Sunday ball plnying, U13 j isnce declaring that, sort of sport on Sunday a nuisance at Chicago. Aails have gone up oJ cents a keg as tho result cf a meeting of nail men at Huston. An American -born Chinaman has on plied to the l."ew Y'ork civd service board for uppointment as a patrolman to do special au'.y in tracking Chineso crim inals. Tiio woalthy friends of Mrs. Kate Chase oprague have come to her rescuo and have raised a sum suiucieut to maintain her in comfort for tho rest ot her life. It Is understood that tho amount subscribed is f yj.oy). . It is estimated that Virginia will have to pay out tl ,WJ or more to tho military lor suppressing vioicuca 111 the mining re gions since M: yl. Arhliish p Chapcllc will bo formally in vested with the piiHiuai at the cathedral in a:.ta to. . j., Cu Cjt. 17, by Cardinal GieTlo: rt. Abcolutoly Pure. A rream of tartar taking powder. Highest of all in Icavcnir.:; Ptrenrth. 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