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COT OCT J
XV WATX COLQH.
VOL XUI HO 145.
A window shade, six
feet long, linen fringe,
spring rollers, in all
colors, with fixtures
completc.only 19c each
57 l-2c Each:
A washable spring rol
ler window shade, lin
rn fringe, in all colors,
with fixtures complete,
(,nly sT'lc each.
'In the front part of
store) has become a
very important one in
our More. Our large
line of new gents' fur
nishings is complete in
every detail, and we
feel confident that with
the low prices which
prevail in this depart
ment, as in all parts of
the store, we will be
able to please the most
fastidious young man
in this vicinity. Here
are a few items:
I'.' i'iilar 5 white shirt for
Silk ti-, latiKt nhap'. Rat-
in n:i"K .
V int.. ,cra!- four-in-hand
tit-. . .
2'.:.,!5 and iSc Each.
l'h;. r -iMprti'lcrs . .
Kl.-;'!int full ,iress shirts
(iuiiMnt. -.i t;,-t l.lack sock
10c a Pair.
Kml.r..iil.TH cii.,rii(lor9 .
33c a Pair.
M:irr , ,.,,lr,., shirts
5c and Upwards.
" "r; " ":rt. nil finalities
A Vfrv lar'i'Iinc of summer
5c and Uwards.
Cor. Second and Brady
THE MEN WIN.
The Union Pacific Wage
Judge Caldwell's Decision at
Reduction Ordered From
March i, Beaten.
The Situation at Uniontown,
Omaha. Anril 5 Jnde Caldwell
todav decided t ho I" nirn 1'neifin wnfe
question in favor of the men, order-
X iuai we oia schedules, rules ana
regulations continue, subject only to
such modifications as had been acrecd
The eomnanv nronnsnd. and .Ttilf
Dundy ordered a reduction of waes
March 1, but the reduction was sus-
M-nded pending appeal to Judge
tfiilt Mt I MloniwwB Again.
Umontows. Ta.. April 5. Yes
terday's trapc events In the Coke
region appears to have had a sober
ing tnect cm strikers and it is hardly
probable there will be a repetition of
Mich bloody work. With the discov
ery of the bodies of the ciirht Hunga
rian htrikers in the woods near Daw
son this morning the fatalities of
yesterday increased to 10, with nianv
more si-rmusly injured than at first
known. Kight dead strikers were
found this morning undoubtedly
killed by the party pursuing the
mob, who killed Paddock. The ar
rest of President Davis, of the dis
trict organization, will also have a
quieting effect on the strikers.
A i'lerre Klot.
Cuxn ei.s v i li.k. Pa.. April 5. A
report has just been received from
Valley that a tierce riot oc
curred there this morning, and
that 12 Huns were killed aud
KM leal lu a Mlnti.
ItiicsLAt. April 5. Eleven men
were killed, aud large number in
jured, by the caving in of one of the
shafts at Koshelcn mine, near this
citv this morning.
1 elrgra ibtv llr!U.
It l:in ju-i U'.t'ii !e::r:ied lb::! the X. w
Castlr !';.) Sltvl ciiiip iiiy lui b tu iuviid
tii t'.iiimtu and lias Imiud n jroml ni;irkf.
tor strel billets. The compiiny lias been
atile to utiderM-lUhe Kticli-li co!ii;::i!:i-.
The Iirt contribution from n unman
ever printed in the Julius Hopkins Jk-iti
cal Iteview l:ns jiist i.Hrei! in the liisi
report, imd i. from the p-n of Miss Mary
Utimk1. n Vus-ir i;rniluuti
ltnu-io di Vito finrs tl.i-t bis ti brother
w:II him uin.ii urriviniii I hi-iimiiiry,
and tiH", upplii'd tor protrition t Dr.
Setim-r, ctii;:nis-:iiier of iiMiiiuriition at
New York, tn hatu his ' i',i-b " luunli-r-tr
s'..ijipj I b ick to Ititiy !;ei.uus? Iil- i., u
tad n. ui. und ex-ti :.vict.
Grorue Maiiycr, a farmer nrnr Ma .illnn,
0 , m fatally injured!,- havim; the !!;
check turn nil liy a flyiuu piecv nt '.iiubr
and by Ix-nm otherwise .iij;irtv.! aliout
Lend wl.i2 eiigaui-d in uo-.i.l.
both of St. '.iiiudeii's desluus fur tho
World's lair medal have been reject u-i.
Frank J. mitb. a !T.yeur-old painter oi
UriHiklyu.w le at -irk tell dowu it l.atrle
wny Inun the tift.lt lo the tirst Ihmr, h dis
tauce of eiubty tvel.uiid received ub-o'.uie-l.v
flood's Karsaparilla is nbsolutelv
unequaled as a blood purilier anil
strengthening medicine. It is the
1 leal spring medicine. Try it.
Seven Per Cent
The following is a partial list of
completed gilt-edged first mortgage
loans on hand, which we now offer
for sale subject to previous selections
for their face and accrued interest.
These loans have been carefully se
lected by tts, and are lirst-class in
every respect. They are all seven
per cent net to the investor. We
have other loans to olTer if these are
not in amounts to suit the investor.
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Amount P't Tim Value
t'nil of Security
350 00 " 7 5 years 2,300 00
800 00 7 5 ' 1.500 00
815 00 7 5 1,500 00
1,501)00 7 5" 3.00000
450 00 7 5 4.0UI)(M)
1,000 00 ! 7 5 ' 3,500 00
200 00 1 7 !o 1.N-J0 00
600 00 i 7 5 1,500 (Ml
2,2'M 00 ... ' 7 5 ' 4,000 00
1,100 00 j 7 5 " ' 2,500 00
1,000 00 i 7 5 2.000 00
1.C00 00 ! 7 5 3.200 00
2.0,(0 00 ; 7 5 " 6.720 00
The securities we oiler are espec
ially adapted for the investment of
trust funds, as our personal atten
tion to all details of the loan, from
: . tn Its mutnritir rolinraa f l.A
investor from all annoyance, except
to present his coupon to us for col
lection. For further information
call at the oflicc of -
JACKSON & HURST,
GEO. F. KOTH.
Supt. Loan Department
MURDER AT DARLINGTON.
Tfc Murderer a "Het Citizen" and
Darlisgton', S. C. April 5.-An officer I
dashed into the headquarters of GeAeri !
Kichbourg in the armory building and
announced that a man had been shot to
death in the Cleveland hotel. Every man
in the building feared that another out
break had occurred. General Kichbourg
aud the other officers rushed out of the
building toward the scene of the shooting.
The'oOicer in command of the squad at
the dispensary placed his men in line and
sent them double-quick to the Cleveland
hotel ahead of General Kichbourg and the
staff of officers.
The squad took charge of the steps aud
p it a inun nt the top to prevent entrance,
'i'he inmates of the hotel were in a state
of great excitement. Going into a nar
row hallway which leads to the kitchen on
the second Hoor the body of a colored man
was found. He had been shot t hrough the
heart and killed instantly. His name was
Henry Green aud he was second cook of
the hotel. The man who killed Green was
Dr. V. II. I'ayue, one of the guests of the
hotel. He was put tinder arrest by Gen
era! Kichbourg and taken to jail.
Dr. 1'ayne came here about two months
ago from Nashville, Tenn. lie is an intent
lor the New York Life Insurance company.
It appears that the negro went liefore Gen
eral Kichbourg. commander-in-chief of the
state vo.unteers, and made affidavit that
he had seen L-. Payne coming out of the
dispensary la-t Sunday with lU packets
tilled with botties of whisky.
Dr. Payne met him In the hotel corridor
and asked h:m about the matter. Hut
words were pas-ed on both i-ide. Green
triving Dr. I'ayne the lie and making
il-moustratioiis towaru -liu t-uytie
pulled his pistol and shot him. The ristol
was placed lit the negro's breast, as the
shirt was burned from the powder.
IOWA'S FIRST SENATOR.
Hon. ienrs;c V. .Itmt- (;ivi n a liecrption
by tin- State Li-;;i-latiiri-.
Dl.s Moivks, April 5. George V. Jones
of Dubuque, the first United States sena
tor for Iowa, arrived here and was given a
reception by the legislative body. Speeches
were made by Lieutenant Governor Dun-
HON. bKor.OE W. JONES,
gnn. Speaker Stone, George W. Wright,
and the whole ufternoou was given up to
the occasion. Governor Jackson pnrtici
patiHl in the ceremonies. Mr. Jones will
lie !Ki years old in a few days and the re
ception was given in recognition of this
LOSS OF THE KEARSARGE.
Verdict or th Onrt-Martiitl in thr Oaw of
WamiiscithS, April 5 The n-sult of the
court-martial in the case of Commander
O. K. Heyerman, commanding the Kear
snrge when she was wr.-eked. is as follows:
He was found guilty of the first charge,
"Through negligence in suffering a vessel
of the navy to be run upon a reef and
stranded," and alo of the second charge,
the first word "culpable" having beeu
stricken out "of iuellieieucy in the per
formance of duty."
He was sentenced to bp suspended from
duty for a period of two years ou wait
ing orders, during which time be shall re
tain his pns'.-nt number on the li-.t of
commanders. Iu view of the long aud
faithful service of Commander Heyerman
all the members of the court recommend
ed him to the clemency of the reviewing
million! v. The sentence of the court is
subject to the approval of the secretary
of t lie navy, and he will not net upon it
until the proceedings of the court-martial
in the case ot Lieutenant Lyman,
Should Stay Awake with a (Ion.
ttll.'MINOHAM, Ala., April 5. Intense ex
citement reigns iu the western part of Uut-
ler county on account of violent manifes
tations on the part of whitecaps. ItecenMy
notices were posted warning the negroes
to leave the county. Shortly afterward tho
houses of J eff Gibson and Kd Trust, both
negroes, were fired into. A few uights
aiterward guns were discharged into the
house of Frank Alliums, colored, and snou
thereafter ail attempt to assassinate Nero
George was made by some one. who fired
through bis window nt him. The authori
ties have tried to catch the lawbreakers,
The Kansas t'tty Minuting.
Kansas Citv, April 5. In the election
day shooting case cnarges of murder in
the first degree have been filed against
J'-rry M. Tate, E. K Coleman. E. C. Ott,
V.". G. McCowett, and O. M. lligham, who
were commissioned as special deputies
under Constable Hrowiiing, of est Port,
and against S. A. Pike, John Gove,
Andrew Gove.aud W. 11. Gumm.vho were
sympathizers ot theirs. Hail was refused,
all except Pate being committed to jail.
Harry Arthur, who acknowledges shoot
ing Pate, nor any of the members of Jim
I'ryor's "gang" have been arretted.
Bill to Tax Greriitiacks.
Washington, April 5. By a vote of 8 to
5 the house committee on bunking aud
currency decided to report iu favor of sub
jetting greenbacks to state and municipal
taxatiou. The. bill was introduced by
Cooper of Indiana and is regarded as an
important one bearing on the ueneral cur
rency question. Springer of Illinois was
the only Deinocrale to vote ngamst re
porting the b:ll, aud Walker of Mass ichu
setts the only Kepublicnu to vote iu favor
BOCK ISLAND, ILL., THURSDAY, APRIL 5 1834
HUXS OUT FOR GORE
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Another Reign of Terror in the
A DOZEN PERSONS BITE THE OUST.
Bloodshed Begins with the Mnrder of
an Engineer His Body Hor
FOECES OF THE LAW MAKE A RALLY
Itl6ters Driven Away, Pursued ami a Nam
brr Shot.AVhlle Scnres Are Tapturrd and
Jailed An Attempt to Kxerute Lynch
Law Successfully Resisted Labor Lead
ers To Be Arrested for Im-iting Violence
and Murder Atalt on a riant Iirpulet
U.VIOSTOWN, Pa., April 5. It would
take columns to tell in detail the exciting
events of the third day of the big coke strike
now on in the Conhellsville region. At
least nine lives have been sacrificed dur
ing twelve hours, "nless the strong arm
of the military interferes the dead will lie
counted by scores instead of tens. Sotnuch
excitement was never known in the re
gion, and people everywhere are excited
a-.id apprehensive of graver dangers. The
rioting began early iu the moruihg, but
the climax wps not reached until the aft
ernoon at 3 o'clock when a body of strik
ers numiiering several hundred marched
on the works of the 11. C. Frick Coke
company at Connellsvi'.Ie, Fayette coun
ty.wherc the men wereworking. The strik
ers had beeu there la the morning, but
nn one was working. Iu the nft-
oruoou when they returned deputies had
been placed to receive them.
Itrtititl Murder of an Lnglueer.
When tho strikers approached they were
ordered to stop. They came ou and tried
to get at the men. The deputies fired. .The
strikers returned the lire and charged,
driving the deputies and men from t lie
plant. Chief Engineer Paddock, of the
F:ick company, raa up iu the tipple of
the works. The strikers followed and
shot him iu the back ot the head. They
beat him and crushed his Lead with tones
and threw his body from the tipple win-
Jow to the ovens forty feet below. They
then fied to lire the tipple, but lelt wbeu
they saw the deputies returning with a
large force from Connillsville. Hearing
jf Paddock's murder hundreds volun
teered to avenge his death.
A Klinniiig Hut Ieailly riht.
The pursuing party iu command of
County Detective Frank Campbell over
took the strikers a half mile from David
son and opened fire on them. The strikers
tired iu return but ran on. Three strikers
fell; one was killed instantly, shot through
llie body, aud two others were latally
wounded. Another of the strikers, who
irot the start ou the main body, was shot
by a deputy At Hroiiujprd, a mile distant.
He was also kilie rhsuiutly, the hull jiene
trating his neck. Eleven strikers were
captured where the tirst battle took place,
and t he pursuing party kept up the chase
until Dawson, a point seven miles distant,
was reached, where liny-three more striL-
ers were captured.
The Jude Lyui-ll Infamy Averted.
All the efforts of the di luilies and more
level-headed citizens wcrj needed to pre
vent the lynching of the eleven who were
taken back to ConnellsviUe. The law-
ub.diim element had their wav. and a
pecial train arrived with sixty-four of
those who were in the mob that killed
Paddock. A great crowd greeted their
arrival and amid cries of "lynch them,"
tiie prisoners were hurried up a back street
to jail. A large body of strikers was
present and made a rush to lescue the
prisoners, but were held baek bvthe big
crowd and the deputies. At the jail Hugh
Coll, assistant chief engineer of the Frick
company, identified live of the prisoners
as among those who killed Paddock.
Two Mure Meo Fatally Shot.
Thirty more of the same hand f strikers
have been arrested and will be brought to
jail. Paddock was highly esteemed aud
was widely knowu. His murder occurred
iu sight of his home. All the ofiicials of
the district organization of sirikeis will lie
arrested for complicity in the Paddock
murder and inciting to riot and murder.
Every etlort will bo made to hunt down
the guilty ones. At the Maylield plant of
the McCTure company two men wi re fa
tally shot during the day. The strikers
charg-.tl the men at work iu the morning,
but were driven oir by the depot ies niter u
striker wi s s-hot through the body.
International Snuitary tonvi lit inn.
Pa ills, April 5. The international sani
tary convention has beeu signed. The
United Stales and Great Britain made
reservations as to minor details. It is lie
lie ved that if the decisions of the conven
tion are carried out they will prove au
effectual check to the importation of chol-
into Europe and into the Luited
The I'ope Hai m Fainting S;ell.
Paims. April 5. Dispatches from Koma
published here wiy ilie pope had a faint
.ng spell, which lasted half an hour. His
tecovery was complete, however, and he
showed no signs ot wfakne.-s thereafter.
Kaeins hut No Itookiuaking.
Washington, April 5. The senate has
passed a bill permitting horse racing
in the District of Columbia during cer
tain seasons but prohibiting pool teilin
and bookmukiug. t
Know Th sol f.
How important this injunction ta cv.ry y-miis
nun. um nisnyrjin tlietr health and future
luipiiiaiH through p r icio is pr.iciices ton-
irociea in igaunu.ee, aud repentei of when too
late. Parent, guardian atd humanlarinns can
Jo no better wv ee tn the risirjr gener-tinn than
u pi ice in ttieir hand the iiif orma! ion and warn
in: CJn'iiincil in a little bvois can f .i.ly pn parei
by an association of medical gentlemen, who
Have ta l vast expi-tlence in d aling ith the
crave mat Hlies here United at, ard who feel that
they owe it to hoirunity to warn the young of the
laud, against certain dcsttu.tivs habit tibich tn
far more prevalent thin any laymo can p wibly
imagine, and which, if pewirted in. gr.tfn.illr un-drraiinc-
the coiiUtutionn 1 teakh and destroy
Hie future hi; plneMtrtlwv.ctini Cut ont tide
notice aud inclo.e witH H)V0U taVamps o pay
"f"".' M", S"7W ' DiPn.ary Medic d A-o-c
utt on. SHH Main frtreet, buffalo. N. y. ,d the
book will be nt. secure iiom obMtvatioa in
plain waled envelope.
When you're ready to "shake" your winter duds we're ready to
serve you. We have added a new feature to our line of clothing:.
These pants will be made to your measurement guaranteed to fit,
or don't you take them. About one hundred patterns to select
and 215 West Second Street,
Dealer in Garden. Field and
Flower Seds. Fresh, pure
and reliable of the highest
class, for the
And the Farmer.
Lawn Grass, Timothy, Clover.
A complete stock of Seed
Drills, Cultivators and gar
den tools of every descrip
tion. A full line of the cel
ebrated Planet, Jr., tools.
Also berry box material
Wholesale and Retail Dealer,
213 and 215 West Second St.,
SfiX&RICE, ROCK ISLAND,
Made to order for the small sum of
finest store, and
SAX&fUCE, ROCK ISLAND,
It Is a Feat
To Fit Feet PROPERLY
Same- as above in russet, 6 button, etc., only $3.25.
Gentlemen, we are showing the handsomest line of
men's shoes in the tri-cities, in russet or patent leather
5-button, and the "elite" toe.
162 Second Ave.. Under Rock Island House.
i.ri?.':wi ; r
PRICE TXULES CENTS.
OR NO LESS.
the largest stock in Rock
We Can and Do
Look here for $5 ladies
tan and black imitation lace
Ladies' fine vici kid boot,
patent tip, narrow square tee,
long vamp, very stylih.
A LEADER buys a
6-button, wrinkled vamp, fine
dongola shoe, a very hand
LATEST KOVELTIFJi IN
CA BE IEU AT
E. F. DOR,
The New Merchant Tailor.
1822 BfcCOND AVE.
Hwpr Hoom Block-