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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1894.
THK TRAVELERS1 GUIDE.
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Ar Rock Island. 7:50 pm 11:15 am
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OL'B liECOKD Or DIVIDENDS FOR 1894:
Jan , 101. Ulcer cent Mav, 1W4. 15 per cent
Peb , 1n4 8 percent .'une. 14, 8 per cent
Mar., IMU.lii percent Juij. lsw, per cent
Apr 18W, 1(1 rer cent A ug.. 18U4, 100 pvr cant
Jnlr and AuCTit dlTidenils tie remit of the
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saonsiDie. as:aonsneu augnst, lowi. BanKrel
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can be sent rtv expreas or post offl-e monoy or
der, or New York draft, payable to the Traders'
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The Trades' Syndicate,
Traders' Building "ao. m
We are now at 1610
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MOB LAW IN OHIO.
Results in a Bloody Collision
- with the Militia.
BIX SPE0TAT0K3 SHOT TO DEATH.
Noam of the Victim IteiBf; Mere Boya, and
Osw aai Aavd Cltteea Real Rioters Seera
to Earape Injary Attewtpt to Ovtrace
the Eatw by a Lywchina: Keaponaible for
the Bloodshed One of the Acquis Crook
Robbers Captareol with Soane of the Saraa;
aa Hie IVraon Polltloal CUot at St.
Washington Coubthouss, O., Oct. 18.
William Dolby, colored, who one week
ago criminally axsaulted Mrs. Mary C.
Boyd, afred 55, at Parrot's ntation near
hero, waa captured at Delaware, O., and
brought into court at 4 o'clock yesterday
afternoon. He pleaded guilty and waa
sentenced to twenty years in the peniten
tiary. ' It was a case of railroading, a spe
cial grand jury having been summoned
for the express purpose of indicting the
prisoner, which it did promptly it would
have been as much as its members' lives
were worth to have done otherwise. The
negro was promptly tried, pleaded guilty
and generally everything that could
legally be done to calm the mob spirit was
done. But the m.h wanted blood. Noth
ing else would satisfy it and it gathered
about the jail first and then about the
court room demanding the "nigger."
Called for Military Protection.
This being the case Sheriff Cook called
out the local militia company Tuesday
evening, and with it guarded the jail.
This action making it mosre difficult for
the mob to have its way, of course inrcased
its fury, and Governor McKinlcy was ap
pealed to for additional assistance, and
troops from Columbus were sent here yes
terday morning. Colonel Coit in command.
The mob surrounding the jail and court
house attempted to take Dolby from the
nlTicers when removed from the jail to
the court house for trial, but were kept at
bay by the free useof bayonets and clubbed
guns. "While bringing him from the jaU
the mob charged and almost succeeded in
getting him. Henry Kirk, the brother-in-law
of the assaulted woman, was knocked
down the steps and badly bruised. An
other man was bayonetted through the
linger, while a bayonet was thrust through
the clothes of another.
Revolvers In the Conrt Room.
Dcpnties with revolvers drawn guarded
the prisoner in the court room. Dolby
cried like a baby and kept looking around
for help. Soldiers were marched in to keep
the crowd quiet. After the sentence the
prisoner was taken to the grand jury
room. A mob gathered about the court
house and the officers were powerless to
get Dolby from the court house to the jail,
or to the train, and Sheriff Cook wired
the governor to send more troops. The
mob grow rapidly in numbers and despera
tion. Colonel Coit ruadc a speech asking
the crowd to disperse, but it was received
with jeers. The prisoner was prostrate
from fear, and lay crying and moaning all
Troop Fire on the Rioter.
The mob kept Dolby and his guards
prisoners in the court house until 6 p. m.,
and then made an attack. The militia
repelled them without firing at first, but
at U:45 p. m. one gang of rioters attacked
the south door and another the north
door simultaneously and the south door
was forced open. Some one threw a stone
at Colonel Coit, and he cried out that at
the next stone thrown he would order the
men to fire. The open door gave on the
street, which was filled with women and
children, many yelling, "Give us the nig
ger." Another stone was thrown and the
troops fired, not on the attacking party it
corns, but as usual, over their heads.
RESULT OF THE VOLLEY.
All the Killed and Wounded Only Lookers
on, aa Usual.
At any rate not a man of the real rioters
was hit, but the volley dealt death and
wounds among the people who were look
ing on. Two were killed outright and
four more were fatally wounded, one hav
ing since died. The killed are: Smith
Welsh, aged 10, and Jesse Judy. Mack
Johnson, of Williamsburg, Brown county,
died In an hour. William Sams, shot
through the bowels, fatally; George Keat
ing, aged 14, shot through both legs and
groin, will die; F. 1. Nitterhouse, an old
and prominent citizen, shot through both
ankles. A full list of the wounded eannot
lie had as they were taken away promptly,
but the following are known: Theo.
Ammerman, Diid I'arrett, John McCune,
John Korn, Earnest Ellis, Frank Smith.
Upon the firing the mob dispersed In all
directions, and immediately all places of
business in the city were shut up. Mayor
Creamer peremptorily closed all places
where liquors were sold. Every street was
filled with people. Mothers, sisters, wives,
sweethearts crowded around the dead and
wounded and added pathos to the scene
and lire to -the rage of the mob by their
lamentations. Against the militia the In
dignation was bitter, vicious, and ve
hement. It pervaded all classes.
As the time passed the mob grew in size
and fury. All over the country by tele
phone, by courier and by electric wires the
news had sped. All the roads leading to
the city were filled with men on horse
back, In wagons and on foot, burrylng
with all possible speed to the scene of
bloodshed. Meanwhile in Washington
Courthouse a search was going on for
arms and ammunition and for dynam'te.
Shouts were heard, "Down with the
militia;" "Blow up the dogs along with
the black fiend." These shouts but fee
bly expressed the pent-up passion of every
body, for everybody was in the street and
all were members of the mob as far as per
sonal feeling waa concerned. Men moved
about as if bent on business, but said noth
ing. There is no doubt a purpose to blow
up the court house.'
Of this the militia ore aware. If mili
tary reinforcements do not reach here be
fore the moon goes down there is danger
of further bloodshed between an organised
armed mob and tho militia, and in case
the mob succeeds theie is danger that
many of the militia will be killed.
' Murdered by Burglars.
Kahsas City, Oct. . 18. Christiansen
Pearson, a special policeman employed by
the wealthy residents of Hyde Fork to
guard their houses, was found dead in the
ccllarway at the home of A. A. Masher,
president of the Air Line toad. The mur
derers had several hours to hide tbcmaelvea
away before their crime waa known, but
they blindly left a cine that will prove of
mora service in bringing them to justice
tfcan their photographs. The murderers
were burglars upon whom the watchman
earns unexpectedly to himself, as he had
not time to draw his own pistol. One
suspect Is a negro.
RIOT AT ST. LOUIS PRIMARIES.
Several rersoaa Hurt la an Attack aw
Number of Negroes.
ST. Locis, Oct. 18. A riot broke out at
one of the polling places in the Seventh
ward, where Republican primaries wore
being held for the selection of dolegatcs to
the Republican city and the Twelfth dis
trict congressional conventions. Knives
and pistols were drawn, and for a time it
looked as if there might be bloodshed, but
nobody received more than bruises. Fif
teen police officers appeared on the scene
and quelled the riot, arresting Tom Mo
loney, one of the leaders of the gang which
caused the trouble, and nine or ten other
men. Several leaders escaped during the
confusion. It seems that the riot com
menced when A. H. Luster drove up to
the polling place with a shotgun and an
nounced himself an A. P. A., and said ho
was afraid of nobody.
Another version is that he damned the
A. P. A. and said that ho was ready to
fight auy member of that organization.
His remarks, whatever they were, in
censed the crowd and a rush was made
for him. He drove off and escaped, but
tho trouble continued and the men who
were later arrested attacked a number of
negroes who had already voted, or who
were waiting to do so, for the reason, it
is said, that they were supporting A. P A.
candidates. A crowd of several hundred
people gathered around the negmes, who
were knocked down and beaten and tho
single policeman present, finding that he
could not control the mob telephoned for
additionid officers who quelM the riot.
Luster was arrested latir. Ho said that
he was taking a friend to the polls in his
buggy, while on his way to go hunting.
This, he said, accounted for the presence
of his gun.
SEARCEY IS IN A CAVITY,
Because of the Holes Found In Ills Bit;
Roll of Greenback.
Washington, Oct. IS. A s-jiccial to The
Times from Cumberland, Md., says that
no further doubt can possibly exist that
one of the Acquia creek train robliers has
been caught in that city. A web of cir
cumstances and convincing evidence has
boon wovon about tho prisoner, who gives
the name of C. J. Searccy. By the first
train from Washington a party of Pinker
ton detectives arrived at Cumlicrland. in
cluding Captain F. H. Hinde, who had
just returned from the scene of the rob
bery. He was accompanied by Crutch
field, the messenger in charge of the car
at the time of the hold-up. In the prison
er's possession was 81.051.52 in cash, of
which 817 was in gruenliacks.
When Mr. Hinde saw the roll of green
backs he held them up to the light and ex
amined them closely, declaring there was
no further doubt that the prisoniT was ono
of the robliers. He showed that every ono
of the notes had small perforations. In
every puckasre of money shipped by the
Adams Express company the notes arc
stitchod together, leaving, when separated,
tiny holes which a person could not fail to
discover upon examination. Every note
contained these holes in the places where
they would be made by the person making
up the money package.
Criminal Novelty in Kentucky.
Owinosville, Oct. 18. George Deatley
was sentenced to seven years and eleven
months and Lt Deatley six years and
nine months In tho penitentiary as acces
sories to the murder of Mart Cltne by
another Deatley brother, who was sent to
the penitentiary for life. The father, L.
P. Deatley, was given a change of venue
to Montgomery county. This is the first
instance in the history of the county where
three brothers were sent to the peniten
tiary at the same court.
Evidently Wasn't m Tenderfoot."
TnixibAD, Colo., Oct. 18. A man named
TJngers, who came from Pennsylvania
about three weeks ago, in a quarrel over a
game of cards at Hastings shot Antonio
Pmcasso and his brother, killing the for
mer and fatally woundingthe latter. The
murderer took refuge in his cabin and
fired upon the officer who attempted to ar
rest him. A crowd surrounded the house,
and then Ungers surrendered. He was
brought to this city to prevent lynching.
Dynamite Outrage at St. Joaenh, Mo.
ST. JosErH, Oct. IT. J. K. Cox's grocery
store on St. Joseph avenue was blown up
by an explosion of dynamite. The build
ing was wrecked and the contents scatter
ed in every direction. Cox thinks the dy
namite was thrown in through a window
in the warcroom by the the women he had
refused to credit for groceries. It fell in
one corner of the room and the entire
corner was torn away. The police ore
working on the case, but no arrests have
Freak of a French Woman.
PAI'.IS, Oct. 18. Madame Marie Cresto,
since Ambrolse Thomas refused her a
prize at the conservatoire, has been pos
sessed with a mania against Thomas, and
has placarded Paris with abusive posters.
Believing that Thomas was lunching with
President Cassimir-Perler she rode on
horseback into the court yard of the Pal
ace Elysee screaming, "Vive Cassimlr
Perier;" "A Bus Thomas." She was ar
rested. In Other Word a Pottery Combine.
Pittsburg, Oct. 18. Representatives of
the leading pottery manufacturers of the
country held session in this city, the pur
pose of the gathering being to effect an
organization which aims to create uni
formity In prices with a view to ending tho
deadly competition that has been going on
for more than a year. Now there is a dis
position on the part of all the companies
to join forces.
Cloak makers' Strike U Mill Oav
New Yoiik, Oct. 18. No termination
of the eloakmukers' strike is yet probable.
While some of the smaller manufacturers
have surrendered to the strikers and
signed bonds for the maintenance of the
price scale the larger houses stand united
ly and firmly, lt is their determination
not to recognize the union, and to deal
with employes only and as individuals.
And the Doe; Cot Away.
Guthbie, O. T., Oct. 18 A large mad
dog rushed among tho school children in
West Guthrie and bit and lacerated Bessie
Gates, aged 10 years, in so fearful a man
ner that it is feared she will die. The dog
then attacked a team of horses. Two men
attempted to shoot the dog but the bullets
struck Mrs. Littlejohn In the thigh and
groin, Inflicting fatal wounds.
Will Sail with Ha Family for the TJntted
States Nov. 4.
Washington, Oct. 18. A letter received
at the British embassy from Sir Julian
Pauneefote, now in loindon, say3 he will
SJ-.il for this country with his family on
Nov. 4. Mr. Gnugh, the new first secre
tary, is exccted aliout the same tlmo.
Mr. (voavhen, the present lir.-A secretary,
will then return to England.
There has liecn no British representa
tive In Washington for several months, as
the amlmssador, charge, and under secre
taries have btvn abroad or at the sea
shore. Mr. Goschen, the chHrpte, will ar
rive next week from New Ioiidun, Conn.
In view of this absence of all the embassy
officials there is added rlonbt of the truth
of the recent reports that Great Britain
hud made a formal proposition to this
country to intenxtlo in the t'hina-Japaa
war, which had !-cn rcjix'ted by this
country. Such an inixrt.int proposition
would hardly be made by mail. And
there has b-n no British representative
here for two months to maku it In per
son. irlbnte from the rrince of Wales.
Boston, Oct. 18. Governor Grecnbalge
has forwarded a letter an the death of
Oliver Wendell Holmes, which had been re
ceived by W. E. Goshen of the British em
bassy, and sent to the Hon. W. Q. Gresh
am, who in turn f orw .inled it to Governor
Greenhulge, which is a graceful testimony
of the affect ion of Europe spcakingthrough.
the Prince ot Wales.
"Be stole from my bodice a rce
My check wis It color the while ;
Bat, a 1 The sly rogne, be will knows
Uad oe asked It. I must tare raid no.
Yes, I remember lhat occasion. I waa yonrf
then. I am not old t ow. I bad not a pain or aa
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their crimson. I v happy and bcallhy. But
now, woe i. mel 1 do not see a well day. I have
thee ilr-ipxine dowa pains, thia constant weak
no, and 1 feel all the t me worn and weary. My
liashard say, he hardly dare to ask ma to put
and toe in my brnlice now, its color mocks my
checka. o, that I might once again he wi ll?,
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most remedies for chOdrea are composed of opioro or nsorptiinr t
He Ton Kaow that otumand morphine are atujirfrinr nanxrtk- mison t
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Po Ten Know that Castoria la the prescription of the famou Xw.Sanroel FKcber.
That It has been in use for nearly thirty years, and that mora Cast oris is now aoli tfcaa
of all other remedie for children combined t
Pe Ten Knew that the Patent Office Department of the United States, and f
ether countries, hare issued exclusive right to Dr. Pitcher and hia assign to use the word
Castorim' and it formula, and that to Imitate them la a elate prison offense
Po Ten Know that one of the reason for granting thii rovernioent protnrtion w
beaiune Caatorta had beea proven to be anelnteJy ka i i1t
Po Ton Knew that 35 nvwe-mtTe doses of Castoria are furnished for 33
eats, or one cent a dose 1
Po Ten Knew that when pnanrnm il nf Hill pfrfnrt prnparatlnn TrrnT rtifHr-n mij
be kept well, and that you may hare unbroken rest t
WoTI. theao tMma am north aaoarlnc. TVy ore facta.
Children Cry for
HKAT1X41 AKD VENTILATING KKttlKEEUS.
One block from Central Park, largest Is Iowa.
JOHK If. PAKIUOX.
Psanmorj a soar
Painters and Decorators
PAPZ3 E&I7QS2S, GLLZSWZBS. ftc
SHOP. 119 SratoBtli St., SOCZ ISLLSTD. ILL.
Contractor and Builder.
Ehap Holly XXom XXovm.
RMldonc). 410 SoTenth street
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters.
House Heating and Sanitary Plambinf. Basement Bock Island Nat. B tnk
Carpenter and Builder,
OFFICE, KO: 8821 SIXTH AVENUE,
Blop n Vin Bow. POCK lSLAM.
Oity 'Bus and Express Line.
For Bus or Express Line telephone 1141, aad yo will receive
TmiiSoHLalira ft EPraCBB. Props.
Tha chclcsst Wins. Uc.-crt.
HAVE YOU SEEN
THE : CAPITOL
If Not, Why Not?
Come aad see the Hester, and jude its
merits yourself. Fifteen sold this rea
son, and more going. Call for dcscrij
112 and 114 W. 17th street.
Telephone 11 IS.
the Brady street
of Cat Flowers constantly oa baad.
S'lwwtw store -
Sol Brady street. Da vex port. Ta
BEMBT A. PAR1DOI
WHI BCaUIUT, Propiistor.
f Of BSABBtBBk BtSBBU flSS 111 s ftSI IMS T -
Beer and Ciztrs tlw.yg on Hind