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DAY", MAY 28, 1894.
FbMM Dally as WmHt M 1W linn
3. W. POTTO, '
TXtUfB-UaUy.sSB seats Berwesk. Wosklj,
tenem. BoMttoal or rallflooa, stoat bsts
MM mm UkcM for pablleaUoa. Ro soca
articles wUJ to. prtatad or tctitlou aifnatajsa.
i soltotea frees rrsry towsahlp
Deaaocratle Coaaly CnnaUM.
Th drav erUc TMara of Bock Inland county,
art rea-iesttd to send dclecBtes to tba count?
coavtattoa. lo b keld M Um eosrt hoase. In the
city or Rock I.laod, la Mid roontj. on Tuesday,
May n.lMi, at 1 o'clock p.m., for the purpose
of aomloatiaf Candidate for count? Judge,
county clerk, tariff, treisa rer, county t uptrin
Wmlant of schools, Um to (elect delegate! to Um
Ut.cosTantKm.alo to aelect delegates to th
eoagrcastoaal eoBTentlim, abo to eeleot delegates
to the kg-Wl UlTe coarentloa and to appoint a
democratic eoon:y coamlitee, and to transact
sack other bnilaeH ai any properly corns before
Iks reprormtatloa will bo one delegate for
eTerj M demnrratls rotes, atd one for every
fractional of 10 rotes oa tae presidential vote of
Port Bjrma ,
Firt oreelnet ...
ivd precinct -
Fourth ward...... lift
U" k Inland
TMrd want ,
ierth ward....... .
Mxtb ward ,
arventb ward. .......
onto nek Island ....
War a Hawk
trml precinct.... .
Total 4jkm ICS
bs primaries In the country districts will be
beM at S o'clock p. m. Saturday, May IS. The
prima riee la the cities of Mnllne and Bock Island,
oa tbs rams day at 7 o'clock p. m.
latcd at Rock Island. Hay 8, 18M.
T. 8. Sana, Chairman.
Villus bTcKirt, Secretary.
Moxdai, Mat 2. 1894.
Mr. Cleveland is no I? a Gain Bill,
but hp is one of the best shots Buffalo
ever turned out.
George R. Davis is beginning to
pu: out his feelers for the United
States senatorship endorsement on
the part of the republican partv. He
sajs he is willing if the people want
He was a wise man who said that
trying to do business without adver
tising is like winking at a prettv girl
through a pair of pozzies. You mav
know what yon are doing, but no else
St. Lou Keih blic: Hon. J. Otis
Humphrey, of Springfield, 111., de.
clares that the democratic party has
nnw..t Mil L l 1 - 1 . .
But we can still hear the merry hum
. i , , . . . . .
ei me w nceis iu tnc head ol J. Otis.
The Chicago Times publishes
symposium of the preference! 0f both
parties in the state for senator. Rock
island county democrats are, of
course, for Cable, while among the
republicans there seems to le an
even division in the expressions be
tween Aiason aniicoiioru.
Tin Is Engcne rield's idea of it
as expressed in the Chicago Kccord:
"uo nnl think that the people of
Fulton. III., deserve mnrh commend
ation for their attempt to secure
Willie Breckinridge for their Fourth
of July orator. The man is a self
confessing libertine, wholly unde
serving the favorable recognition of
any reputablo community. There
are. however, communities a there
are individuals that are willing to
stultify themselves in order to Ikj
come notorious. We should like to
believe that Fulton is not of that
Tk lllaptmlttna to Make of Troop.
Oov. Altgeld has evidently grown
very weary with answering every
little peccadillo call "for troops" by
the sheriff in almost every county in
the state, who imagines the worid is
at an end as soon as he sees a Rang
of miners in sight, and Saturday
evening decided to have the matter
officially engraved upon the minds
oi all concerned, by issuing the fol
lowing official general order number
It is the business of soldiers to act
as custodians or guards of private
property. The law authorizes them
simply to assist the civil authorities
In preserving the peace, rj jelling
riots and executing the law. Whcre
evcr troops have been, or mav here
after lie ordered out, and an "owner
of property feels it necessary to have
it guarded, he must do so at his own
expense; and in such a ease tho
troops can be used only for the pur
pose of promptly quelling a disturb
ance of the peace, or suppressing a
riot or la some other way enforcing
the law. Joiix 1. Altueld,
MORE TROOPS OUT.
Gov. Altgeld Forced to Send
Them to Minonk.
THE TOWN IN THE HANDS OF A MOB
Com! Trains oa the Illinois Central
Not Permitted to Pass Anna
The Kblranlah at Per with the Mob A boot
Slaty Captwred aad the Balance Disperaedl
'A Badly Frightened Rioter Dyaaantto
Carried by &oena of Thorn Telegranas to
tLe Governor Invading- Indiana Miners
Go Itack Heme Railways Getting Oit
LaSalle, Ills., Mav 2S. Lite Saturday
night several load reports were heard at
the point where the striking miners were
encamped; it was evidently dynamite and
this fact, as well as tho desire to know
what the reports mennt, caused great un
easiness. It Is now learned thnt the re
ports were signals for tbe massing of the
foreign miners at Spring Valley to be in
re.nrfines to march on I-aSalle, there was
considerable excitement at Camp Mat-
tliio.Hon, and visitors were carefully
scrutinized, but all is quiet now. It is
know n, however, that the camrades of the
men arrested by the troops are very angry
and have been organizing an armed mob
toavrnge the wrongs n iiicr. they claim
are being done to their fellow miners by
thu detention by the sheritt.
The Troon Kratly for Trouble.
i4iouei iM'uueii otiu ins command are
well prepared fcr trouble, and as au estra
precaution tbe pickets are doubled. The
men tinder arrest have many sympathizers
in LnSalle and Peru who will no doubt
take part in any concerted action on tho
protpectof securing their release. So fur
as this city is concerned it is the universal
opinion that the leaders will use every pre-
c tut ion to keep the foreigners from com
mining depredations, so long as the militia
is here. Six of thu prisoners taken by the
troo; at the instance of the sheriff, and
who were carrying concealed weapons at
ine time tliey captured the train at Ladd.
were sent out of camp and lodged in the
county jail at Ottawa, where they will be
Kivi-u a preliminary examination.
Minonk in the Hands or a Mob.
Word was received from Minonk that ri
otons miners hud taken possession of the
town and stopped trams on the Illinois
Central railroad which the railway ofli
cials were obliged to abandon: also that
the sheriff of Wcodford county had tele
graphed to Uovernor Altgeid for troops.
being unable to control the mob. The tel-
cgruin told the governor that "a mob of
J'JO miners is oiistructing the coal traffic
oa the Illinois Central. I and the mavor
of Minonk have done our best to disperse
inwi, out are unable to without blood
shed, that is sure. The strikers are ue
termined and armed. I call -on you for
militia. I have deputies, Imt no arms ex
cept revolvers. It Is no use in you telling
me to try to disperse them again without
assistance, lor I cannot without hlood
thed." This was signed by the sheriff.;
The iovrrn,r Orders the Troops.
The governor telegraphed to know how
many deputies were actually on duty and
was informed there were plenty of depu
ties out no arms; mat the mob had seized
and was then in (ossession of nn Illinois
l eutrul tntin. The governor had just sent
the last of the arms to Klmwood, so he or
dered the IVoria. Cnnton and Delaware
companies of nationul guard to Minonk
Not Safe to Leave LaSalle.
SrniXGFltLD, May 28. Sheriff Taylor,
of LaSalle, telegraphs Governor Altgeld:
I fear that the withdrawal of any com
panies at mis time would cause serious
trouble and result in your having to re
turn the same. Am satisfied that tbe hold
ing of troops now here for a few days
longer til result in reducing matters to a
normal condition. I do not feel that it
would le sufu to reduce the forces just
now. Please revoke the order withdraw
ing any troop until Warden Allen sees
yon iu the morning."
SITUATION TOLD BY TELEGRAMS.
Electrical Correanondence Between Alt
geld and His Military O flier rm.
SrntNCFILLW. Ills., May 28. Governor
Altgeld just now is exclusively occupied
with state militia matters and in directing
the a-tkn of ei.ch commandaut now en
gaged in quelling miner riots at LaSalle,
Crstrnlia, and other points. Trouble has
brokrn out at Marseilles and rifles and
ammunition have been sent there, but no
troops. General Orendorff has arrived
here from LaSulle and reported to the gov
ernor in person that matters there were
quiet and the sheriff was able to hold the
strikers in check.
Tho wir-.-s between the sent of war and
here have been kept hot. The governor
telegraphed S lit r ill Helm at Centralia
asking him if troops were necessary there
any longer, nnd received a reply from Gen
eral B lyie that when the striker held un
der atr-nt there were sent away the troops
could leave. But the general followed it
with another stntiug that a telegram
from l)u Quoin gave the news that the
strikers there were holding a mooting and
tne leeling was bitter, and thnt they were
trying to procure arms from St, Louis.
Later Bayle seut another telecram to
the effect that the strikers at Muddv
Vuliey and other pluces were talking of
going to Centralia to release the arrested
miuem; that tbe women were stirring
them up and that one woman told the
strikers that her boy was locked up at
Cuutrulin, "and I wuut yon to co and set
him out.' Still luterUaylc telegraphed thut
a sheriff's posse was taking the prisoners
out of Centralia.
Tbe mayor of Pana and Deptit v Sheriff
Koaeburg telegraphed the fuct that In
diana st rikers were en route to force out
the Pana men and asking if the governor
would send guns and troops, or whether
it would be proiicr to call on Indiana's
governor to stop the mob. The governor
replied by asking how many deputies the
sheriff hud actually sworn iu, aud the re
ply was IM men with only thirty guns to
arm them, and that the town was at the
moba mercy without at least 400 uieu aud
two pieces of artillery. To this Altgeld re
plied that ho had ordered Boyle at Pana
to look over the situation.
But tbe governor later ordered Colonel
Colvin, of the Fifth regiment, to leave this
city with five companies for Puna at ouce.
u.l.:.t. . i. l , . . i i .
n ujbu iuv tauuuei promptly uiu.
Railways May Be Tied Up Nest.
Srui-NGKiEU), Ilia., May 88. The differ
ent railroads here are becomiug alarmed
over the great scarcity of coal and nn ina-
bility to secure a snfficleut supply to oper
ate tbe engines with. J. ii. Barnes, mas
ter of motive power of tbe Wabash, states
that they have only enough coal now on
band to last two weeks at the farthest.
After the coal is exhausted tbe engines
will use od, as wood is too scarce.
FIRST SKIRMISH OF THE WAR.
Strikers Make s Poor Showing Wnen the
"Sogers' Com. In View.
LaSalle, May 28. General Orendorff
received a telegram stating that a mob of
800 striking miners had captured a pas
senger train on the Illinois Valley i
Northern branch of the Chicago, Burling
ton and Quincy railroad at Ladd, Bureau
county, and at the point of a revolver had
compelled the conductor to carry them to
lie. Uy a ruse tbe train crew made the
men believe they had arrived at LaSal!e
when Peru was reached, and they got off
there, a mile east .of this city. After
conference between Sheriff Taylor and the
military stall it was decided to head the
rioters off iu Peru, and five companies
oi nui.tia were ordered tu fall in.
n. . - . T
l ce troops were divided aud sent alonor
Second and Third streets and the visiting
mob was encountered near the Peru line.
An order was given for the miners to
throw up their hands, but being strangers
to the haigiisb language they did not un
derstand and started to run iu all direc
tions. The troops were sent in Dursuit
and although there were several hand-to-
hand eucouutersnothiug serious occurred,
One f hot only was fired and 'that by
crazed Belgian named Feron, who shouted
wildly in his native tongue and brandished
his pistol until it seemed certain that
Captain Smith, who was nearest "to him,
would be shot nnd killed. He fired 0110
shot and the bullet whizzed p:ist the cap
tain s bead and lodge! in a tree close by.
lie nud no second chance to shoot: la uu
instant a corjioral had knocked the weapon
irom tne inturiated man s baud and be
was under arrest.
1-eron then began crying, and when he
had been dragged over to the guard line he
knelt down in the dust, threw off his hat
aud began to pray, thinking he was to lie
court-martialed aud shot. In the mean
time other ollicers and men vene iu con
flict with others of the rioters who were
trying to evnds arrest. It was a wild and
war-like scene, nnd caused gr.rat excite
in the little city in which it occurred.ruarjy
people running terror-stricken from their
homes. tuuie of the rioters bad hidden iu
sheds and barns and out-houses and pick,
ets were sent out to make a thorouch
search. The result of all the searching
was the capture of about sixty.
All kinds of weapons were found unon
tnem. Some had revolvers, others knives.
but the most serious discovery was dyna
mite. Uu three men were found bombs
any one of walub would annihilate a regi
ment if m a compact formation. When
the county boundary was reached the
prisoners, who were Poles, Italians, Rus
sians, Belgians and Bohemians, were
marched over the line und told to stay
Except those who had been armed:
these were brought back to LaSalle and
are under a strong guard at Camp Mat
thiesseu. Although a large number of the
rioters who came in on the trains were
marched o-er the county line there are
still several buudred of them here. They
are vicious nnd determined-looking nien
aud arc: mu'h angered about the deten
tion of their united comrades under guard
at the cum p.
The Invasion of Illinois Averted.
TeuueHalTE, Ind., .May 2S. The 1,000
striking miners who arrived hereon their
way to Puna, Ills., to force the miners
thereto quit work, have all seturued to
their homes. The dav here was one of
great anxiety. Preparations were made
to control the mob by arming hundreds
of the deputies witu inchester rifles.
President Duukcriy, of the Miners associ
ation, brougiit about the ubaudonnient of
the trip to Pana. He told them thut the
Big Four railroad would not take them
to Puna under any circumstances and if
they did go there the prospects were good
for a riot and tueir lives would be lost.
The men took tiie advice.
Strikers Sid l--T rack Coal Cars.
Minonk, Ills., May 2r. Strikers here
will allow no coal to pass through here
by rnil. All cars containing coal from aiir-
wuere ure biue-tracKed.
Will Cnrry "Noii-rnion" CoaU
ST. Paul, May 2S. The relation of tbe
coal miners' strike to the members of the
certain divisions of the Brootherhood of
Engineers has been thoroughly cauvassed
by the convent. on, the result being an
order advising those engineers who have
been threatened by the striker for carrv-
iug non-union coal to oliey the law. The
engineers will therefore pull any coal that
may be bitched to their locomotives.
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J7, Railway Do pot comer Fifth avenue and
minj-an, reel, rrsaK ti. riummer, Agenu
Denver Limited Ooti.,
Ft. Worth. Denver K. f!
t 2:fiSam 8:18 am
t :45 am 8:4fipm
t 7 ami 8:10 pm
tl:40am 80 am
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K. D eu joe A Minneapolis
.miBnicimi aioins. .... ..
J Omaha A Kanaaa City
Omaha A Des Moines Ex...
tOmaha ft Doa Molneo Ex..
Denver, Lincoln A Omaha...
St. Paul & Minneapo!-
St, Paul A Minneapolis
St. Joaeph, Atchison A K.C
Denver, Ft, Worth A K. O..
X Kansas City SU owpti.
tRock Island A Washlnfrton.
lOlileago Jk Des Molne
mt-.to am T 6:15 am
CtSOam t S:WI
6:Wsm t 8:54 pm
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t:45am;t 9:00 pm
4:40 am 111 :30 pm
11:00 pmit 6:?5 am
1:55 am t:S0pm
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Arrival, t Departure. tDlly,except8unday
F. H.Pluubb, AgL
OURLINOTON KOTJTE-C..B. Q. RAIL-
- way Depot First avenue and olxtetnui
etreet, m. j. Young, agent.
St. Lnui Express ....! 7:55 pm
St. Paul l'afsenper is 6.35 pm
Beardttown Paasengex I S :15 pm
8 :45 pm
rnvvuucr 4 :no am
Puhnque Pasaci.per- 7:55am
S'erliiis Passenecr 6rS.S pm
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Dcpit Twentieth street, between First aud
second avenats, K. D. i. Holmes, Agent.
Mail and Fxnrcss
St. Paul Kijri w
11 :45 im
Dock Island a Peoria Railway
Depr.t First Avertie acl Twentieth street
. a. nocKweu, Agent.
I gave I Abrivb
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8:05 am 7:50 pm
2:2 pmj 11 J5 pm
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To St. Louis
Leave Rock Island .
Arrive St. Louis...
.8:05 A. M.
.7:10 p. m.
This Route affords a pleasant day
journey through the best por
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cluding the cities of Teoria
A full view of the State Capitol is
had from the train at the lat
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Another thing to be considered is,
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