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THE DAILY BULLETIN, MARCH 25, 1895.
Ordway & Porter
Hotel Street, "Robinson Block."
Beg to announce to their numerous patrons the
arrival of New Goods, such as Carved Oak Bed
room Sets, Iiallan and Wicker Ware made up
into Stands, Center Tabhs and Chairs of the
very latest designs; Dining Boom Furniture, Ex
tension Tables a specially. Also a fresh lot of
Porlicr Curtains in delicate shades, etc., etc., etc.
Bull 526 -TELEPHONES Mutual 646
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XirllLy K 1 15 1 IJL jLm V-L). . I
XXUVXXA VAW VAS VVS.,
Offer to tho trade on the most liberal terms their
large and varied stock of
DRY and FANCY GOODS,
Boots and Shoes, Ilats, Shawls,
Clothing, Saddlery, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Furniture $ Hardware,
Bags; Bagging, Building Material, Crockery and Glass
ware, Groceries, Wines, Liquors, Etc., Etc.
SOLE AGENTS VOK
Golden. Gate Flotiv,
N IDia.-naon.ci Flour,
r Fort 5c 0,-u.eerL Streets
P. 0. BOX 4S1-
PACIFIC GUANO &
J. V. HAOKFELD
OUR NEW WORKS AT KALTIII being completed, we aro now ready
to Furnish all kinds of
ALBO KEEP CONSTANTLY. ON HAND
Pacific Guano, Potash, Nitrate of Soda,
Sulphate of Ammonia, Calcined Fertilizer Salts,
Special attention ctven to Analysts
All Goods are gnarau eud In every respect.
For further particulars apply to
Paciflo Guano & Fertilizer Co'
DR. W. AVERDAM, Manager.
-MUTUAL TELE. 407
Secretary and Treasurer.
of Bolls In- onr Aprlnnltnrnl (MiemUt.
ANABOHY IN OOLOBaUU.
Mob Bute in Full Effect at Coal
Cnmps -Seven Men Killed.
Denver, March 13. Mob ruin has
reigned among tlio coil minora in
tho coal ramps of Huerfano County
sluco Sunday night, and sovou of
their victim". Italian, all hub one
havo boon slam by bullots from tho
mob's Winchesters. Four of tint
Italians were killed from ambush
yesterday while, being taken prison
ers in a wagon to tho jail at WaUou
burg after a coroner's commitment
for complicity hi the. murder of Ab
ner J. Ilickson, a temperance saloon
keeper at House. An American boy,
who was driviug tho wagon, was un
intentionally killed by tho fusillade
Before daylight thit morning n
mob of minora and citizens of Wnl
senburg gathered outside I ha jail
where two of tho Italians were con
fined, got iusido by n pretence and
killed both tho prisoners. It is re
ported that the same mob thirsting
for more bloodshed later took out of
ivl a German charged with rnpo ami
killed him. During the excitement
two other prisoners escaped.
Tho uamos of the dead so far as
known are a follows: Joo Weleby,
boy, driver of prisouors' wagon. Lor
enzo Dauiuo, killed in jail. Ho boat
Hiekfon to death, t'eto Jacobiui,
killed in jail. Tho names of the
four Italians killed in the road are
unknown. Five other, suspects,
had been released from custody be
fore tho mob rose. All of them lived
at I.ouse, whero tho Italians far out
number the Americans.
Governor Mclnlyro tolegraphod
tho State Department at Washington
that he had instructed thoShorifTof
Huerfano County to give him parti
culars aud protect the Italian minora
from further mob violence. Ho
stated iu his dispatch that from in
formation ho believed tho Italian
minors were American citizens, but
he was not certain.
To day's attack upon tho jail was
the result of the extreme excitement
provoked by tho summary vongoauco
of Hicksoo's friends. Three other
Italians who were in custody as
possible accessories to tho murder
of Hicksou were overlooked bv tho
mob. Tho massacre of the five men
from ambush was evidently well
Planned wuii win exception ol tho
killing of tho driver. Four of thoso
killed had been held for trial by tho
Coroner's jury. It is openly asserted
tlint Wolsbj's death was accident nl.
In ordur corliili tml J1Mi
Italian held for Iiicksou's murder
should not C5cay, tlm mob today
did not stop to identify tho two
prisoners found iu tho jail, but rid
dled both with rillo balls.
Tho motive of tho murder of
Ilickson is tho subject of much
speculation. The deceased was 21G
years old aud a nativo of Arkansas,
and was not of an aggressive or
quarrelsome disposition. It is
thought he was attacked last Sun
day while on the road from Walsou
berg to Route, a coal miuiug camp
six miles away, aud knocked from
his horse by u blow on the head.
Workingmou going to tho Rouso
mino discovered him with his skull
fractured. Tho injured man was
unconscious aud died two hours
later. Thoro was absolutely no
cluo to tho perpetrators of this
crime, but T. J. Brewer, pit boss at
the coal mine, solved this difliculty
Hastening to his home, he secured n
traiued blood-hound aud put him on
tho scent. Tho dog struck a trail
that led tho pursuors to the roar of
a saloon, a half-mile away. The in
telligent brute bayod and rushed to
au old table staudingin a rear room.
An examination of tho table revoaled
fresh blood-stains. Lorenzo Dauiuo
and Jobatto Antonio who wero
found iu tho room wero immediately
arrested. Tho dog contiuuod to a
neighboring cabin whero Poto Fos
zett and Frank Aurico were found.
Tho quartet of Italiaus made many
damaging admissions of knowledge
of tho murdor, aud upon close ques
tioning tho names of five others im
plicated wero divulged. Dauino was
charged with being tho chief con
spirator. Horsemen scoured the
surrounding country aud by 1 o'clock
in tho afternoon all tlu) buspected
Italians were under arrest and lodg
ed in jail, whore they remained until
called to attend tho inquest.
After the attack on tho wagon, all
was comparatively quiet until soon
after midnight. About that timo
seven or eight meu wearing masks
knocked at tho door of tho jail
whero Daniuo, who was charged by
tho other Italiaus with haviug struck
the blows that killed Hicksou ou
Suuday, aud the Italian woundod in
tho wagon attack wero confined. In
answer to a question tho meu said
O'Malloy tho Sheriff wanted to en
ter. As soon as tho door was open
ed, thu guards found guus iu thuir
faces, l'art of tho masked men then
went to the cell whero the two Itali
ans wore confined, aud fired 8 or 10
shots. Each prisoner rocoived four
or iivo bullets. One died instantly,
but thu other lived a short time in
Dr. Cunoo, the Italian Consul in
thin city, was this afternoon official -
ly notified of tho occurrences, and
called on tho Govoruor. If tho men
, who wero killed by tho lynchers aro
American citizens, I19 will take
charge of whatever prpperty they
may havo for tho Government ho
represents. Tho doctor had not tho
information at hand to form any
opiuiou about tho affair.
WAricsiiEnu, Colo, March 11.
Quiet reigns ogiin iu tho Italian
coiony noro. While tho friends or
uini mey win attempt to resort to
violence. Thero are a large numbor
of Italians in Denver aud they aro
loud in their denunciations of tho
slayers of their countrj men, but
they havo made uo effort to orga
nize, aud are clnicly wntchod by tho
police, for whom they havo a whole
some respect. Although loud throats
of vengeance are undo ou every
hand, thero is a lack of concerted
action, which indicates that thero
will bo no serious trouble. Govoruor
Mclnlyro is iu readiness to eoud
troops at a moment's notico should
any necessity for such action arise.
Only one of tho victims was an
In the ears, sometimes a roaring,
buzzing sound, are caused by cat
arrh, that exceedingly disagreeable
aud very common disease Loss of
smell or hearing ali result from
catarrh. Hood's Saraaparilla. tho
great blood purifier, is a peculiarly
successful remedy for this disease,
which it cures by purifying tho
Hood's Fills nro
diuuor pills, assist
tho best after
For INSIDE Work on . .
Factories and Public Buildings
It is a dry powder which en 11 ho
prepared for uto by t-imply stirring
iu COLD WATER and can bo up
plied by nnyono and will ulwnys pro
duco good work.
It is VERY WHITE, extremely ro
llectivo and burdens mi 11 wall like
stone and will take tiny tint.
It will lut-L for yearn, and is uu
u fleeted by gapes.
Ono coat covers belter than two
coats of oil paint or whitewash.
It can bo used on nny surfuco and
for nil cIiihfcb of work, even for tho
It will not rub, scale or crack, nor
will it soften with ago or discolor.
It will not hot iu the mixing veshel,
in fact it improves by standing 11 few
It can he used to good advantage
over old whitewash without scr.i ping.
ITDKIKSOUT WHITE AKTEK
It is cheaper than whitewash, dura
Is is supplied in barrels from 300
to -100 lbs., also in boxes of 100, 50
and 25 pounds.
This is for OUTSIDE Work
Such us Fences, Outbuildings and
Laborer's Quarters. It is a thick
pasto to lio diluted with cold water;
1 Btuuds rain and exposure as well as
oil paint, und costs but a fraction as
! much. It is lire-resisting as it con
tains uo oil, and has 110 equal as a
' light rcllcctor iu dark basements,
damp cellars and similar places. It
is supplied in colors.
FOR SALE BY
Aoius (or the Bawaimo loianns
A GOLD WATER PAINT
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' H A11RPS T OF KPtlf
UUUWWW M. Ul II C II I
City Houses, Seaside Houses, Peninsular
(Pearl Harbor) Houses
At Special Kites. Furnished or Unfur
nished. v l
Building Lois on Long Lease
In Detrab!o location at WAIKIKI.
A Hotel on Nanana Avenue
Mh- Information furnished and houses
opened for Inspection at nny time.
H. "WATER HOUSE,
1273-U Queen Street.
Beach Residence !
FOR RENT, liKASE or SALE.
SlTUATKl) IK K&PT01.ANI PARK,
next to residence, of Jas. II. Castle. Is
for Itcnt, Leao or Sale; iMirnlslud or Uu
farnhlifd. Also, for Sa'o or Lease
4 Acres of Good Pasture Land,
Situated on Wilder Avcnnp.
ICSf For further particulars, apply to
WM-tf Dlraond Mock, King street.
A Very Convenient Hew Cottage
On Wilder Avcnno (near lVmacota street),
with nil modern Improvements, Ser
vants' Room. Curringe Honse,
Stables, Etc., Etc. Alto
LAH0E PASTURE FOR HOUSE.
Also, Family Horse and Carriage For Sals
rtT" For 11 irtlculars, inqulr 6ti t tin pre
mises, or of 1. M. ROONEY.
NEW COTTAOE ON
I Jirgo Let nicely laid out. ,
For bale, koiiio Ferns, mill 1
Hanging Iluckct.t. Alto ('arrinpe Horse,
ljsi-iw it. 1. 1,11. 1. u;.
BOOMS AND BOARD.
ROOMS AND HOARD
for a few icrsons can be (
klkl bench. m3gA
W. 8. DART LETT,
Cottage, all modern
Improvements, with Stable, ,
Ham and Servants' Room I
on premises, ou Klnau street, one block
from horso-cars. lor particulars apply to
S. 8. BAOU8,
1251! tf OJOKorftrcet.
THE "ALMA COTTAOE"
JL at tint terminus of the i
irunicani, huikiki. iiuiniH,,
1 ftontUL-u cm the aua gulUHtt
able for bathinft purposes. Tho House is
commodious, tltuatod on a well improved
lot containing Fruitand Ornamental Trees.
For particulars Inquire of
121)0-1111 0. E. 110 A HUMAN.
L prumtBOi sltuato ou tho
fastslduof the old Maklkl
PlHyuround. formerly occu
jilcd by A. UartenberK, E
(litis aro modern and commodious and tho
spacious Krounds aro Inirt out In fruit and
ornamental trees. Easy terms to it desira
ble tenant. For further particulars please
apply to 11HUOK OARTWRIUHT.
Beach House Ta Let!
ri. Is to let
or lease at
Wnikild beach, n few iu In- 1
utcs' walk from tho tram-
car. It has Cook Honso, Hath House and
Good Sea Hathinc. Household Utensils
aud Dishes aro all complete. Rooms may
bo let with bathing privileges, if tho whole
premises are not taken.
Having rented all the other houses on
my list, I nui ready to take any further
orders in that linn.
Inrpiiroof DAVID DAYTON,
1277-tf i'2 Mi-reliant street.
G-. E. SMITHIES,
Accountant, Collector and Copyist.
Onlce with 0. D. (')iasu, Kale Deposit Huild
lug, I0U Fort Street. Telephone 181.
I car- Tho Collection of doveruiiieut Hills
n specialty. 1275-tf
rpiIIRTY-FOUR VOLUMES OK THE
JL Scientific Anifrieuii, lbTb-lSUI iuulu
slvt', wll-loiiii(l, are for sale cheap. Ap
ply at this ottlce. 2s5-lw