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CCCS ISLAHD. ILL.' TZDAT. JAXTOA&Y 18, 1C34.
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MINERS TO STRIKE.
RECENT OHIO LYNCHING
WBtUnoJ, Jan. 18. The grand Jar
tnrcstigattoa of the lynching of Roaeos
Parker will bs do pro forma proceed inc.
The town la g-reatlr excited over the recent
emit and the excitement to augmented
I Secretary McBride Announces J by the extraordinary Instructions given
a General Walk Out.
All the Colliers in the United
States to be Involved.
to the Brand jury by Judge Davis. He
"I charm jw, gentlemen of the Jury, to
make every effort to discover the identity
a any or all men who were concerned in
thia outrage against law. Justice and hu
manity. 1 charge you to And these men,
and upon sufficient evidence of their guilt,
to indict them as murderers. When your
indict menu are returned I shall see that
An A. P. A. Lecturer Mobbed the men you pronounce guilty are tried for
Doings of the National Law-
PiTTsitt nun. Jan. 19 Grand Sec
retary McBride, of the Mine Work-
I era union, says n strike of nil the
- a at . - a . fit -
I miners in inn inilea Mate win w
I cur soon.
tnrtr oaenaea. 1 cnarge you to no
further into the dirunXances of the deed
itself. Your duty is to indict all who were
accessory to the crime in any way. You
abouM motet the local newKpaper corra.
sponoents wno wired senwtiociaI and
groundless stories calculated to stir np
mob violence. Especially yoa should in
diet the reporter who accompanied the ir-
responstDie crowd or. law violators
with his own hands assisted at the mur
der. All of this comes plainly within the
cope of your duty and if you neglect any
detail you are false to the trust imposed in
Wasiiixotox. Jan. 1. In the
bona the president's veto MM for the
relief of Tmrrhasers of timber and
I atone land, under the act of June 30, 1 The
1978, was read. Shadgras, of Ten
I aessee. naked consideration for the
I construction of n bridge across the
Tennessee rivet at Chattanooga,
I which was passed. Hie house then
resumed the tariff discussion.
In the senate, Vice-President Ster-
lenson being absent. Senator Harris is
I presiding, senator n aiuati, oi Mis
sissippi, has resigned.
DENOUNCED THE ROMAN CHURCH.
A. I. A. Lretarer Mobbed.
Arrt-tTos. Wis.. Jan. 18. Major
Sims, an A. P. A. lecturer, was mob
bed last night, at Konkana. by 200
lilTs posse, and
lor troops, wnicn werereiuseu. siim
was severlr injured with stones.
I The excitement is intense.
An A. P. A. Otxsatlsrr Snarly
Bis at Lrawsnrarth, Kaa.
Torr e A, Kan., Jan. Is. A special to
Capitol from 1 Leavenworth, Kan.,
says: A serious riot was narrowly avert
ed in this city at Grand Army hall, whera
J. W. Hile. an A. P. A. editor and organ
Izci, was addressing a meeting. He was
speaking on the object of the A P. A. and
bitterly denouncing the Catholic church.
when he was interrupted many times and
frequently called a liar. His audience
seemed about equally divided between
Catholics and Protestants, and in
short time they were worked np to the
hiebest pitch, those in sympathy with the
speaker making an effort to put out a
man who was interrupting, when blows
followed. Canes and chairs were used
and two men knocked down. When
The major called on the shcr-1 Speaker Hile drew a revolver from his
asked the go ver nnr I - . " S .
... win mm. mm ,.trcMti cuivk UIIC
the trouble was going on people broke
from the building in a stampede and ran
over aach other.
SIX OPT? OF SEVEN
- . MjaasassssBBsassaw-,
Go Down to Heroic Death in
. .. the Ocean;
V0LUSTEE23GI A PE2JL0US TASC
Berlix. Jan. 18. A bill was in
troduced in the diet to establish a
I department of agriculture, a million
I marks onij to m covered iy law.
' ttasd hjr ttarglam.
LAXrAtiTER, Pa., Jan. lit several dar.
lag robberies were committed
o'clock In the morauur on the princn
aa streets of tbe city and at a time
they were well flUsd with people ."
ingtowork. Bis nude glass windows in
three stores were smashed and articles on
! display stolen. At Keilly linos. & llaub's
hardware store a number or revolvers were
secured; at Uansraan Sc llrua.' clothing
store overcoats, and at A A. St baefTrr's
, liquor store a number of bottles of whisky.
The principal haw is that of the plate glam.
Tramps are believed to nave done the
uur prices are unaues-
tionably the lowest.
We lead" in low
DflCeS I Her Iiream t ame Tree.
I Vnr YntiK. Jan. IS IkiniM fiuinans
was until very recently the tnited employe
of B. Alt man A Co. His wife. Mrs. Guin-
ana, was aim employed by the firm as
Eumpeaa buyer. On Chntmaa eve Mrs.
Gnlnane, then in Paris, had a dream that
her husband was dead, and she cabled to
the firm that the dream mas so atartlingly
real that it had completely unnerved her.
Khe asked for permisaiou to return and
was told to come. At that time Uuinane
aa la perfect health. Before Mrs. U Uin
ta arrived he was dead.
Teasel Owners la rasmeotiaa.
Drrcnrr, Jan. IS. Vessel owners front
all the principal lake porta are gathering
at the Hotel Cadillac to attend the Lake
Carriers' assnriathin convention. Nearlr
Sou have arrived. One of the questions to
h considered is a plan to prevent tbe cut
ting of freight rates. At tbe close of this
esnventksB the vessel owcerswill try to
organise another assK:iat iun for tbe pur
pose of regulating freight rates. James
i'orrlgaa. of Cleveland, was unanimously
as taa Dew nresMleUL and ten vint
We are the cause of the gen-1 presidents wcreetocted.
awltsiaj Mm SX Um,
time bargain , and so do I Low. Jan. u.-n standard com
mewing bbsss uw itiwi .mr. osmer.
tw ,:.1-A t S. tMHrttlah consul at Chicago, upon
Don't be Misled by Coun
la tfcc OtrVnUmi CragMta
Case Is Ended.
Chicago, Jan. 18. "Tlie states closes its
case, your honor," said Assistant State's
Attorney Bottom to Judge Tuthill, and
the first chapter of the Coughlin trial was
over. The state s half of the story of tbe
nrnrder of Dr. Crania has. bean told to a
jury for the second time. The explanation
of tbe defense is yet to come. The first
witness to testify on behalf of Coughlin
will take the stand at 10 o'clock Monday
next. It is estimated that it will take as
much time to introduce all the evidence
for the defense as was required by the
state. It took about six weeks, or from
Dec. A till tbe present, to introduce the
state's witnesses, and should the defense
consume an equal period tbe verdict of the
jury may not be looked for until about
EsptratMa of Important fates ts.
Washington, Jan. 19. Among the most
important patents which have just ex
pired are the following: Air com premier.
by J. Clayton; grain separator, by O. J.
Uubuck; seed planter, by IX J. Davis;
acoustic electric telegraph, by T. A. rli
son; safety valves for elevators, by X. U.
Fogg; electric harmonic telegraph, by
Eliaha Gray; apparatus for manufacturing
gas, by G. G. Hunt; electric gas lighting
attachment, by C. H. Hinds; machine for
winding up fabrics, G. K Jones; link for
valve gear for steam engines, by J. H.
Luther; underground telegraph line, by
W. Macintosh; printing telegraph trans
mitter, by G. M. Phelps; high pressure hot
engine, by O. Steinberg; Kgiatering fare
box. by J. C. Strong; dud telegraph, by J,
C. Watts; reversing valve for steam en'
gines, by J. West and W. II. Phillips.
to your interest to come
lavishly, but the harvest
'Xtretne. A great deal of
faith hi wanted to believe that tbe world's
. avsmUeilaalBI - " ' I I
directly to THE BOS- fair. We certainly have not much reason
Ilo Rjotoe. tar u air. cauter ngnt. Great
Britain will be all the worn fur tbe fair,
easing that, being brought into compari-
I sons witil other nations, she failed to make
our advertisements very tarCT and a mor. rtr-uv. d.,Piy.
I Csatraat Vmhtw Vnw Taslated.
carefuuy. i ney appear xcw Tuns, Jan. i&-a special to n
I World from Key West, Fla.. sap.: Ths im-
in this paper every day. I '"l0
new twice a week.
llM " ' Ifk'BMklnMtM. 1
and We Oner SOmethirg ! salad with the local inspector of immigra-
Itlom, cauing n BiicniKw w iam auegea
IvtolaUonof tbe law ana instructing the
officer to carry the law into effect. A spe
cial inquiry was also ordered. A large
I nam bar of men wen taaminea ami aia-SMTMd.
MarAsr Mjsrj at Oraaa naaMs.
Gbaxd Ratids, Mich., Jan. lt. Mrs.
Miles McKendrick was found by a grocer's
I delivery man lying dead on the floor of
i hi south Grand Rapids, ha vine
I evidently bsea strangled to death. Her
as were tied behind her and her feet
I together with ropes. Tbe disposition
I of the woman's clothing Wads to tbe be
lief that she wm outraged. Other an-
Of latereat to the Beer ladastrr.
WasihsctoN, Jan. 18. Tbe Democratie
members of tbe ways and means commit
tee have decided on an important amend
ment to the pending tariff bilL It con
the item of barley, but its effect extends
to the extensive manufacture of beer and
various other products. Tbe rate already
brrnared in tbe V ilson bill is SO per cent.
ad valorem. Mr. Whiting proposed that
this scale be advanced to 90 per cent., and
after much discussion the amendment was
agreed to. The change is said to be of
special interest to the beer industry of tbe
sat which ues American nariey ana
against the eastern brer industry which
draws its supply of barley from Canada.
ratal CalHslsa in Tirmsat.
BllAFTsm UT. Jan. 18. The passenger
train leaving Troy, X. Y., at 7:20 a, m. col
lided with the south-bound wrecking train
between Shaftsbury and (South Shaftabury
on the Bennington and Kutland railroad
The wrecking train was backing np at the
rate of thirty-five miles an hour, but tbe
nassenoer train had come to a stanosuu.
Engineer William Smith and Brakeman
E. J. Matbeson of Bennington died from
the effect of their injuries. Harry Benson
of West Troy, express mcasenger of the
north -bound train, had two ribs broken.
Four trainmen were seriously injured and
baKKaoemsster Ernest Whitney was
bruised adout the bead.
Im IM Own Uvea While At
smptrng to Mil an- Others Another
Crew Will Is-'t Take the flame KM
by. elm Captain A Fhhlag
sad AU mm Waned PiwbaMjr
Iyta of Grips.
Xew Touk, 'Jan. 58. The steamship
Amsterdam - (Dutch) from Rotterdam,
Jan. S, has arrived at the bar. She had a
continuation of heavy gales from all round
the compass with tremendous high seas
low barometer. On Sunday,
Jan. 14. latitude 43.81. longitude 58.18,
about 11 a. m., in strong northwest breea
es and moderate high sea, she sighted a
schooner south, showing an American
union down and at half-mast, made for
tbe schooner and saw that the sea was
washing constantly over her and saw that
only by hard pom ping she waa kept
afloat. She had a crew of about fourteen
men. The crew signaled the Amsterdam
by gestures that the vessel waa in a sink
ing condition and that they were anxious
to leave tbe ship, showing at the same
time by throwing overboard pieces of
their boats, thst same had been wrecked.
sjevaw Sanaa as Go.
Tbe captain of the steamer sailed bis
crew on deck and told them the position in
which tbe schooner was. Immediately the
first officer and six of the Amsterdam's
crew offered themselves to man a boat and
go their rescue. No. 4 lifeboat left the
Amsterdam and everything went all right
until in the vicinity of tbe wreck, when a
snow shower with squalls capsized the
boat with the result that three of the crew
disappeared immediately and the remain
ing four succeeded m taking hold of the
overturned boat. The captain of the
AmHtenlam went at once to their assist
ance and succeed in getting alongside, but
the remaining four men were thoroughly
exhausted by the cold, and in consequence
not able to take bold of tbe lae-saviug ap
paratus which was given to them, and
they were drowned with the exception of
one sailor, who, by extraordinary presence
of mind, got bold or a rope and was taken
on board. Another crew presented them-
lves to man a second boat, but owing to
the increased wind and sea, the captain ob
jected and concluded to wait for better
weatherand calm sea.
Last SlgM of the Schooner.
The Amsterdam kept in the vicinity of
the wreck until when in a heavy snow
squall she lost sight of her, and although
search was mude obe was not able to find any
trace of the wreck and proceeded on her
voyage. The wreck appeared to tie the
American ffnhinrmn liiumrr Maggie E.
WelL I '
Tbe following are the names of the Am
sterdam crew who went to the rescne of
the sinkicg schooner and were lost: Chief
Officer J. Meyer, aged 28 years; Second
Boatswain K. Hequert, Carpenter A. J.
Oudyn. bteerage Steward A. ltoss. Quar
termaster r. l. rjchliorn, beanian A. Von
Yleet. tSeaman A-Vanderwilt, who was an
expert swimmer, was saved.
RAVAGES OF LA GRIPPE.
Indians of the Pme ktMge Agency SaldTe
Be Dying Like Sheep.
OMA1IA, Jan. 18.-Piue Ridge Indians
are dying of la grippe at a frightful rate.
United States Deputy Marshal Liddiard
returned from the Pine Ridge agency.
"The weather was frightfully cold last
week, and there is a great deal of suffer
ing," said Mr. Liddusrd. "Last Tuesday I
drove from Butte to O'Xeill and the mer
cury was 30 degrees below xero, and
Wednesday it was below. La grippe is
playing havoc on the Indian reservation
and the Indians are dying like sheen.
last week a brother Captain sword,
judge of the Indian court, died, and sever
al other prominent Indians have passed
Government Surgeon Roberts is do
ing all he caa to prevent tbe spread of the
disease, but the Indiana believe more in
their medicine men than they do in tbe
physician's prescriptions. 1 was told that
la grippe was widely prevalent all over the
reservation and that tbe Indians are ill
but a few days before death comes."
Tbe Indians are not in any situation to
stand severe cold. They ate without suffi
cient blankets or heavy wearing apiiarel
and are ready victims of any disease
brought by cold. An effort will be made
to secure accurate information from the
Indian agent. '
ST. Lolls. Jan. 18. & J. Cox, an ex-po
liceman, attempted to assassinate Mayor
M. M. Stephens, of East St. Loo isat the
race track in that city. Cox made a num
ber of vicious ranges at Mayor Stephens
with a huge knife, but before be could in
flict serious injury he was overpowered
bv brstanden and locked up. Tbe trouble
is the result of aa old political quarrel.
robbed. There kt m clew m yet.
UanauoLm, Jan. 18. The
I Carnal oosnpaay's pmat at the corner of
xthaiMM. Bostth and first streets, la
ItMSiUiac dartrict of Minnas polsi, was
I latent asaiisTia rr wi uamomtmuar
Cannon HILL, Ala. Jan. Ml Bethel Cow
worked at night. He returned
exnectedly early in tbe
found Gears Crsssssr and Mm. Cola
asleep m her bedroom. Ba quietly
to a bureau, cot hia pistol and blew
aslM out Mfues M awoxe. ua.
not mm Misled Mdit iaaot likely
The stew M the Jersey Senate.
Tuestox, X. J., Jan. 18. The conference
committee from tbe two senates met in tbe
rooms of the president of the senate. A
proposition was submitted by the Repub
lican senators deniandiug recognition. Tbe
Democratic senators received the proposi
tion and stated that a, reply would be given
in writins on Monday.'
LESS THAN HALF THE
PTllCt OF CTIIHl BRANDS
sold m c;;:soiiLY
SAX&RICE, ROCKISLAND, LL
Are You Money-Tight?
We are overstocked in OVERGOATS, and
will unload at a great sacrifice. Dont delay, as
now is your chance to buy less than manufac
Overcoats worth $3 OO now $197
Overcoats 5 OO 2 98
Overcoats 7 09 3 99
Overcoats 44 lO OO 6 98
Overcoats 15 OO " 9 98
Overcoats 18 00 12 97
Overcoats 20 oo 13 99
Overcoats 46 25 oo 46 17 69
Children's Ulsters at from 25 to 50 per cent
less than regular price. We do just as we ad
vertise. We must unload the always busy
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