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ROCK ISLAND ARGTJ
VOL.ILTV. ITO. 264.
liKVEL OF FLAMES.
Ontonagon, Mich., a Wastt of
Ashts and Cinders.
THE TOWS 8'Ipr OFF THE EAETE.
Two thousand Persons Homeless and
, Sio of 1 hem Also Des
titute Tnrr.t I'lr. tain lnwn oa the liar.
Itnrn. na lh Wlaa. of Ilia Wind, aad
Ira. M..I a IIiUMIm klanilm Heal
drat, tly from lb Store Kliarf m
Train nt li Taalr l:.rn. t'omtnaat
ulliin t'nl KIT aad Ilia Operator Drlr.a
Iran, Ml. I'imI-l.o.. uf l'rowrly Kl
uaL.I al I.Suo.UUU -a fatalillc. U
nnrl.d, Urvan Bay. Win.. Auk 20. Ontonoimn,
Ml h., waacntlrvl lU-.troyed by fir yes
tcrd ij afturniM.n Of rtt.T of about 2.UUU
txiuUtlin not lni?lhnie l U ft tand
Inrf. A tiuitirf the Ti KTfy dmtroyed I the
'ittm.lv plant ( tho Iianirintl Mutch
rnmt nn ami 0". mmj fort uf luinlxT In
Hi. .irL A rimTTattTe estimate of tho
Io. I i, .'!,. Nollvr. were lost at the
latr.t r'n.rt Communication ai cut
ofTntftp. in Kim hml been htirninic in
th wi h! niihnrt of the city for two
yrn.'ke Tlier vpre nmrty nut when
.outhn.'.t imIo Momhtr and yi.tcrday
swept ihi'in iimii the town
all for Train, for tha fropli..
At noon It wit wi'ti that the i-ltrwni
ilootiii'il. A nic.Mitfo wa M'lit to SiiTin
t. iulrnt Mintmu, of tha ft. 1'aul rood, at
lirwn JJnjr, linking for a train to take the
hhiIm awuj. The operator who arnt Hit
iiifMiiife wa driven amajr from hi In
.triiiiii iit tir the burning of tliu ItiiiUli tifr.
A tr.ilu wn. ordrnil thcrr from J'orl. twen
ty .lx luilt-a aouth. The train rrarhod
tlntoimtton and took a lonil of p-opta to
Kinklnml, trn in lira a war, anil thi-n Mi
for Oiitonatfon for another lonil, nml ulncc
thut nolhlnir hn Uvn h:tnl. The hitrat
tu-w from thr rltjr wn. nt o'rda k. The
llimir. hml thvn nwrpt thrniifrh the main
nrt ol the rltr, rlratroTirttf all the liu.l
ti hour, itiuny riniilfiM-r, the nuiti-h
rominnt'a mill.., the wntrr work., vhrtric
lltrht liint, rritirt hmiM Jjil. rtc.
T,, .Way He Kranllt.
The IIiiiik-. thrn Workrd lip the river to
thi' wlmlwinl of the rv.t of the riiy nil
rvltli'nfa. The npnntor, who left nn in
ntriiim-nt whirh hml Kvn temporarily put
up, wtlil noihinif could ativo tho city from
ni'fr annihilation. I'lilr. tho wind wont
tlown hjr ilurk rvi rr houe would l itiv
atroyr.l. The wtml itlil not sub.ldr. On-
t iti.ion'a rltwlnl industry wita th.it of
tin-m ilch rtmpnr. It la likely tli it the
lily will nerrr lie retiiillt.
tltt.ea llamlrrtl IVanl la Want.
At iiililnlrfht prvtlrally the rnilrrrlty
wmt in ntdiu. and S.IHM iplo wiv hom
Im., without tdothlnif or ahrlter. Ofthl.
nutiilH r 1 .ii ant In aliwiliito wunt.
W hi-thi-r or not there hn In n loaa of lift'
ninnol lie liiirniil nt thi writlnir. If no
on.i p rlli.il In the wateof lire thnt awijit
from wood, to liike It I. little .hurt of
tiilrm'tilou. There la Tt-rr llttl lniiruniv
im the pn-rty liurnnl A rnll wn. i.iurd
litat nliflit lr a relief romniiltiv for food.
rlothlti)( ami .heller for l,m hrm.
KNIGHTS OF PVTMIA3 PARADE.
Yara Owl l,.M lre and .Make a Very
t'lerelnnd, At-ir. SW -The K. of V. pa-
nle yetenlnr afternoon w. pronoiinic.l
! nil lhov wh m it the fine! ever
Ken at a hiennlnl rneiiiiipmrnt. I'er-
itlnly it wn the (innt.-t pimlj of the
kiml ever nn-n In thl. rlty. Th pniM.
.ion moved at n'rloek. The line of
likin h alamt five niilva loiiir nnd the
trivt. thri.i-.k-hoitt were nil Jw-kitl with
peopl.v Ihere w.ra i.r,l men In line,
with Unrnyette dirUlfln. X. I, if Lif.iv
rtte. lmt. the lirt il il.n of the uniform
r.nk orif inie. In the I rite. I Stat.n. In
the lend. Ihere were twenty-on.' Imnd
nf 4.V.' plv-e, ii nd a nuniln r of tlo.it 4 vm-
tioheiif tho nn'liile. of the older K ut
ui'iiuir to the pom int
The memtier. of th. t'nifonn Ifcink
i'f inurne app"arrd In thrlr iiiiir. rm.
tuit there were tiundreil .f man h, ug
miiKnin in niif iim k unite nr.a (utry
Itilt whit nun tiiutin II i. Ttie pnx et
elon 4 an hour and fifteen minute
l'lnK a plven point and It Tin. t.-ar-
Ijr Onrk l ef.ire th laet division had re
turned to the nip. The attemUnre
at the encampment I alout t.ij0
email. r than nn. atititipnted. and thi
la raid to he due to the ui hltrury a tion
f the milt-oad In rrfu!ing to niakv do
Ira hi.- late..
RAC6 ACROSS THE CONTINENT.
T. t hlldrra Mart a Hike Jaarary from
aa ft raacia.
Nin r rune i-o, Ati. 25 At n-ion yea-
ter.lnr In the pn-arnce of aovrr-.il thouaiind
H-rtatnr. a .turt wa made In the Kin 111
leer-Journal trnneonlincntnl n-lny rare.
'I he leather packet eontnlnlnir a mcwiiro
Major tenrrul Miles. I', f A . Xew
York, was given to t'lotilde nml ti.-oriro
Ik vnner, nitd 10 and t-prrlive!y. Thcue
rhiUIn n, on a tandem bicycle, r-sle down
Market street to the fcrrr. where the
p ket w pUieed on a tun and taken
iM-rs the Iwiy At Onkland the second
n l.iy w.i. vmitinir nnd the packet will be
pil ul n relny by r d-r.
ri-m-hin New York in fnnu twelve to
Jlet a ,tf TrrrlUI. Uewa There.
CUrkville. lenn., Aug. an. A terribl
trairedv I. r. s.rt.-d from Danville, a town I
below here, in Tcnnenee. Aceorditfg to'
the new. tliat rearhed here two tuen bol
nd faulty Injured Al Iilnaon. a well-
known fanner, from amhush, a the farm-
r waa en route home. It is reported that
Jo Itlnano, the wounded man's on. shot
and killed on of th Whrgin, brothers,
What you want uu ,u- are ail-'
Ing is mediclna that will cur you.
Try Hood's Sarsapirilla and tt .on-
tr(ao4 of IU sriU
BRYAN EN ACUTE AGAIN.
Ha Loa.ea I
lea 4 Spaeke at
Si kaci SE, X. Y., Aug. 26. Presi
dential Candidate Bryan left Utic
tbi morning. At Rome Bryan .poke
to It'Hl people. In the course of hi
peech he said: 'We believe the
free coinage of siver would bring
gold to this country, and that too,
without the aid of the syndicate."
Iowa Ronnd Moaay Democrat..
l)t: M0INK9, Aug. 26. Henry
Willmer. chairman of the state cold
standard democratic committee,
called the stato convention to order
at 11 o'clock. The Grand opera house
was packed. Hon. J. K. Marklej,
tempcrary chairman, delivered an
address, which was frequently ap
plauded. J he convention is about
the usual size of lows democratic
conventions. Nearly all the old
leaders are on hand.
lUr Citv, Au;. 26. The con
ferees appointed by the three con
ventions yesterday reached an agree
ment this morning. The three con
ventions will meet iu joiut session
and nominate a state ticket. The
populists and silver men together
have representation equal to that of
Loh Are Heavy.
MlLw Ai'Kt.K, Aug. 26. Tele
graphic communication with Onton
agon is not ytt re- stablished. De
tails of the lire which wired out the
villngo yesterday is still lacking.
Advices from the cearest point is to
the fITrct that only li'teen houses
were left standitg. Xo lives were
loft, but 1,51)0 people were left home
lens. Provisions are already sent.
Dry Good. H001, Anlana.
New York, Aug. 26. The dry
goods lirm of Hilton. Hughes & Co.,
formerly Stewart & Co., made an as
signment. Xu etatement of assets
The assignee says the unsecured
liabilities are less than (600,000.
S lustiaii Calmt retired from pntlic
ulTuns iu 1 and died sliortly after.
having 11 hiRh n putatinu us u sfimtifio
.ui'l prr.rtii'ul imtriiier, much of win. h
the a.ithor of this lumk considers and,
it must lie admitted, lias cogent lyprovl
to be uuuvm rveil. Our twu verdict
wi uld be thut he was guilty if luach
fulhKl ami intrigue, that hit was uot
as i xpi rt a seaman as lie elaitned to bo
ami thut in the lacl, rshipof men ho ex-
iuhiliil neither jiistiee. merrr nor eveu
onliiiarv diM-n tmu. Uut let us temper
just iii- with mercy, and in judiiiK of
the worthies of past ay.es Initio to lilit
st'tue cxtenu uui circumstatiees.
lb wus of tliu Italian rai-o, a t,oi)!i
who for at least n century had liorue an
ntieiivialile rharacter fur hlyness and
iiud"riund pnn-eedinus; he lived in all
ap when mercenary aerviex was in
vokiic, and strict Gdclity to HK.i' iinsits
was not to Ik- expected; the laugaucs
of all the Latin races an- prone to vague-
iios and 1 i.ijfp rat ton. and thus often
d'-i.itcil. and evcu uniiitciitioii.il ly,
from Vi r.teity. and be had to deal with
f-pani.irils. who ilci nnnl Ins foreign birth
a tiutltciciit reason for disobeying his or
ders rcili.iiis his character ma vIm-just
ly cnmpri In nd- il if we upply to lmii the
i i'inmon phrase "too clever by half. "
Tiny tell a story of a mail of luxurious
habits who vuluntivrcd as a private sol
dier in a cavalry regiment duiina tho
late war. By what is jmpularly known
us the "irony of f;;ie." he hml to per
form his scrvi.v 111 the roughest possi
ble places uud in the roughest possible
Sometimes "luck" was so routrary
that the only lueul he had was a few
irrams of corn that he stole from the
ears provided for his horse.
tine of Ins companions, who was talk
ing id out this, was asked if these hard
hips and privations cured tho volun
teer of his luxurious habits. Hot nn-
red thut they did not; thut when
tin y were fi.rtnn.ile enough to find a
few planks to lie down on at night, tho
luxury lover searched among them to
' whether he could m,t get one of soft
wl riiilaiU l;.lna Tunes.
On. Uodce Abolinhed.
"This new light they have discovered
that i n:.l.U s one to take a photograph of
a man's Imnos w ithout skinning hitu
Will Is- a terrible factor in the wars of
the future." said the philosopher.
"Take a bearer of a niosn-c, for in
tamv: he is captured, and. after the
old fasliKn.i d 1111 tiuLs, hw allows tiie pa
per; out comes the photograplw r. taki
his internal picture, reproduces the swal
lows:l tiiessage, and there's all the poor
wiwngcT li votiiMi gone for nothing. "
. Loudon Tit liits.
Tho bishop of Mcat'11 takes precedent
of all Irish buheps. uud is followed by
otln r bilMps a.ti.rdiug to the seniority
-f their coiiMtrution.
Faith is letting down our nets into
the transparent d.-ep. at the diviue
The Duchew of Tcck is expected to get
somehow cr other on an annual
allowance of 5,00a
Canadian Yacht Leads Nearly
All the Way Round.
EACE SAILED U A LIGHT WIND.
Opinion Expre.ied That the Chicago Boat
Gained When the Wind Freshened, but
the Canada I. a Little More Ahead at
Nearly Every Torn and Come, in Eight
een Minute, in Front and with Allow
ance Tuenty-three Minute.
Toledo, Auif. 2ik The Canadian cup de
fender Cannda defeated the Chicago chal
lenger yesterday in the first race for the
International trophies. The winner made
the course in five hours nnd forty-nine
minutes, or eleven minutes within the
time limit. The race was for the most
part a drift! ug match. There were occa
sional light breezes in which the Canada
did the best work. Twice during the race
there was a twelve-mile nn hour breeze
blowing. In this wind the Vencedor
fcliowed smile gain over her rival, but there
was not enough of that sort of weather for
the challenger. The situation is that the
Vencedor may win today if the wind
blows more than twelve miles an hour.
With a lighter breeze tho Camilla U al
most certain to wiu and thus end the In
ternational race. The wind yesterday
morning came up with the sun and the
spirit of Toledo grew with the breeze.
Yaelit.t.et Anny Itallier Tardily.
I'rotnpUy at 11 o'clock the starting
gun was lircd and hoih boats squared
away for the line. The Vencedor cross
ed thirty seconds after the starting gun
was iired. Canada crossed 1:1 after
the gun. lioth were trimmed alike, bal
loon jji) top-sail, stay- sail, jib and
club top sail. Immediately after cross
ing the line both boats got their spin
nakers ready ar.il stod on the star
board tuck, going free with started
sheets for ihe east course. The wind
blew almut eiht n.ilcs an hour, but
liegan to freshen to about ten miles an
hour. Fiften minutes later the wind
went down and the Canada walked up
on the Vencedor and passed her. In
stantly Captain Earlier went to the
windward of the Canada with his spin
naker set. It did no good and was tak
en in at onee. For a time the Vence
dor had the Canada blanketed, but
Captain Jarvis hauled off and got the
breeze a sain.
Ituuniiintt the First Stake-ltoat.
After they h-ul liecn out half nil hour
the wind slackened and the Vencedor fell
awny nearly ten lengths. It Ix-gan to look
ns though a race much like. Monday would
lie reicuted. .lust before reaching the
stuke-lxuit the Veneetlor l eg ill to gain,
and lessened tha distance bet wen them
me half. Tho Canada rounded the first
turn at 11:A7, the Vencedor rounded at
llt.Vi n minute behind. 1 hey started
away o:i the second leg with a littlo better
breeze. The Vencedor showed n, little
gain in the better breeze. So long ns the
w ind lastinl the Vcucedor appeared to out
foot her black rival, but when the wind
fell off the Canada appeared to go the
faster. Tho wind on the second l?g of the
course was south-southwest, which made
the race a close haul.
Nearly half way on the leg the Canada
found it neeissary to take in her balloon
jib and put out her jib top-sail. The wind
as a whole on tho second leg was liettcr
than it was on the lirst. The Camilla
rounded the second turn at 12:41, and
stood away 011 tho port tack, closa hauled
fora bear to windward .,11 the third leg of
the course. Sin-made the last leg in 47
minutes. The Vencedor took iu her bal
loon jib and put out her jib top sail just
bcf.,ro she rounded the stake boat nt
l.:.'l:'.1liitui stood away on the port tack
close hauled. The Vencedor lost about
Pine minutes on the second leg. tin the
last leg of the first, round the hints sailed
very evenly until they Ilea red the home
Then the breeze improved nnd both
Ixiats went along at something like a race
itur pace, the Vancedor being more than n
mile astern. Tlu Canada rounded nt 2:iM.
The wind was now blowing bcttrr than
twelve miles an hour, with a prospect of a
s-.iil better breeze. The Vencedor rounded
at.': 14. !hc had gained nearly a minute
in the stiif breeze on the last leg. There
was -J hours nnd -J I minutes in which to
linish the tacc within the time limit of ,VS
hours. The Canada sailed the lirst round
in :i hours and b minutes. Better sailing
ivas taerefon-m-cessary to make a race
1 n w inu mew steauiiy aiHiut ii miles or
more an hour, and before the Canada
reached the stnkclxiat the Veneetlor had
made up uimut half a mile on the leg
The Cannda heeled over in the breeze
while the enccdur stood up stiff. The
Canada turned the stake at 2:40 with her
balloon jib out. As soon as she roundi-d
she jibed ami set her spinnaker on the
port side. J he eneedor rounded at 2:4'J.
As noon as she jibed she broke out her
spinnaker on the port side. The wind now
died down and the Cai.aila gnincd a little.
When she rounded the nexi stake-boat at
8:.C the eneedor was about a mile and r.
half away. 1 he wind had died liway und
unless it freshenel tlier.. won it in all
probability be no race. The Caitytda took
in her spinnaker before rounding and
hauled up close on Ilie port tack.
The Vencedor rounded at 3.44 four
teen minutes behind the Canadian
heat, close hauled on the port tack
having lost several minutes on the
spinnaker run. The wind freshened a
litle after the Vencedor rounded, and
it continued to improve. greatly to
the advantage of the eneedor. For a
long time it was a question whether or
not the Canada would cross the finish
v.i-.hln the time limit, but ai the breeze
frt iv in force it ix.-i.ani vie).-nt that
she v ouM cross with a small margin
01 time to spare.
At 4:19 she r 0.1 ml d the stake loa:.ni.Sd
the screaming of whistles She had mved
the race with II minutes to spnre. When
ihorjcared the line there were but two of
her sailor, in sight, but so won a. she
turned the sailors sprang up out of the
hold and ran to their station, with the
precision of clockwork. The Vencedor
rounded the final boat at 4 .37. more thau
IS minutes behind. With the time allow
ar.ee the Vencedor was beaten more than
-J minutes, as fellows:
Martina; Aetna! Corrected
Tune. Tim. Finish. Time.
CanaJa.. 1109 11:01 33 4:!vt( US
vencedor 11:10 11:00:41) (:; 1 JT;JJ
ILL WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 26, 1896.
ABBREVIATED TELEG RAMS.
Obituary: At Mackinac Island, Max J.
Becker, of Pittsburg, 68: at Xew Y'ork,
Charles S. A. Davis, S7;, at London,
Charles Frederick Ashley Cooper Pon
sonby. Baron de Mauley, hi; at Mt. Pleas
ant, la., Absalom Leeper, 10K
A negro thief was eaueht In the resi
dence of Leroy B. Ooggett at Chicago and
started to run with a basket full of stolen
property. Tho chase was so hot that he
dropped his booty and made his escape.
The body of Mrs. Dulon was exhumed
at Webster City. la., and an expert chem
ist found strychnine ' ill the stomach.
James Paul is suspected.
Kev. John McKinley, a brother of-William
MeKinley, Sr., father of the Kepubli
an nominee for president, died at Muncie,
1ml., Monday afternoon, aged 78 years.
W. X. Winans, dry goods merchant at
Detroit, Mich., went out boating and com
The tin plate company at Klwood, Ind.,
has signed the Amalgamated scale and the
strike is ended.
By the explosion of a gasoline stove
George Chikiscos, a Chicago peanut ven
der, was set on fire and only saved by the
efforts of Officer J. R. Cooney.
C. J. Goldy, of Geneva, Ills., was ar
rested at Chicago charged with passing
worthless checks. He was bailed cut by
Carlos Lopez, a well known anddarinz
matador, was giving a bull tight perform
ance at Durango, Mexico, when one of tho
vicious bulls gored hi in to death iu the
arena. A large crowd of men and women
witnessed the sickenin g spectacle.
Two tramps at Texline, Texas, mur
dered Mrs. John Hallonin in a section
house, robbed her of t l,5i) nnd then fired
the building, cremating the bodr. One of
the men was arrested at Fort Worth and
Gus Doube, of River Forrest, quarreled
with Nellie Scully at her resort on Clark
street. Chicago, and was stabbed in the
Kdward Westlako, editor of the Swnv-
zee News at Anderson, Ind., and who was
egged out of town, lias returned, nnd car
ries a licit of revolvers. He has served no
tice that he is there to stay.
Forty persons were poisoned by eating
Ice cream which had lieen made iu a rusty
can at a party at Muncie, Ind.
Ingraham W. Price, a farmer near Xow-
ard, O., is dead after living three mouths
with a broken neck.
Paris china collectors are laughing
aver the French government's action in
presenting to Li Hung Chang, who knows
something of really artistic porcelain, the
regulation air of bluo and gilt Sevres
Charles Xorthrup. tit years old, shot and
killed himself ou his mother's grave at
Altgeld Will I onsitler lorinan'. Charge.
Denver, Aug. -.11. Governor John P.
Altgeld, of Illinois, has b-ft hero cn route
for home from Olenwood Springs. He re
fused to lie interviewed nxrarding the re
cent charges of ex-Congressman Formnn.
Governor Altgeld would not go into de
tails about the alleged questionable hand
ling of state funds, and said ho would con
sider the matter when he got home.
Fusion Complete in California.
San Francisco, Auir. -Jl. The union in
this state bet wen silver forces n nresiden-
tlal electors is complete. Tho People's
party stale executive cummitt. e has de
cided in favor of the nrosnoscd n..r,..
incut, trivitu; live clc-tors t, tha I .-,,..
cr.itic irty and four to the l'opuiists.
Failure of Denver Clothiers.
Denver. Ail'j. 2fl. Otto Me.irs hns taken
charge of the stock ,,f the Aiinel Clothillir
comnanv. one of the oldest mik! lt..-i..d.
concerns in the city. The assets of the
company are estimatiil at Jtim.Oji) and
iiuouiTics aoour .mi:n.
Milling riant in Asliea.
Waseca. Minn., A eg. 2ti. Fire consumed
the milling plant anil flour house of F.ver-
ett. Aiisrtiontiaugh vV- Co. yesterdnv. The
loss is estimated at tT.l.tmii; insurance S T, -
000. The plant will lie rebuilt.
Will Send a W:i! ihip to Brazil.
London, Aug as. -A dispatch to the
Standard from K une s.:ys: Jremiir
Rudini has bad a long conference, with
the representatives of furei-ru countries
here, and it 's prolahk- that nn Italian
man-of-war will lie sent to Ura.il.
lino csro Kills Aunllirr.
GIcui-o:-, Ky.. Ar..- Tom Jackson
shot and killed :l'.ii;.u shepimrd lu n
quarrel hers. Bo h wr? colored laborers.
All liicus cf (.iris.
The fir'.s are ruimii-g away with a
poor fellow ut.wadi.ys. With tho bicycle
girl, Hi.-golf girl, the tennis girl," the
Ecusidc girl, the hunting Kirl. the fish
ing girl, the riding girl, the towing
girl, the football giil, the fencing girl,
the mountain climbing girl, the gradu
ate girl, the new girl and the old sum
mer girl, the youth i,f tslav lives in a
Clever i mling quandary. Mi umiiis
You ought to know that when suf
fering from any kidney trouble that
a safe, sure remedy is Foley's Kidney
iure. ourDteea or money re
funded, bold by M K. Bahnsen.
Afreano tartar baking powder. Highest
i u ia aavveiung scmavrul ljattn WutM
wan uuiw iimeni tvoa tteporu
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