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VOL. XLV. gQ. 192. E0C5 ISLAPD, ILL. FBIDAT. JUffE 4, 1837. - ' " PBI(3TimnmTa
MITCHELL IS LYNCHED
Mob Makes Quick Work of
the Ohio Brute.
MILITIA CAUSES TROUBLE.
Durrant, the San Francisco
Murderer, Gets a Stay.
Wind-up of the Illinois As
semby Other News.
Urbana, Ohio, Jane 4. "Click"
Mitchell. the negro convicted of
criminal assault on Mri. X. M. tau
mer, was handed to a tree in the
court house yard at 7:20 this morn
ing bj a mob composed of citizens,
who made no attempt to conceal tin
act. The sensational unfortunate
vents ef last Bight, which culmi
nated in the militia firirg upon the
crowd surrounding the jail and kill
ing two and wounding tlx other mei,
intensified the feeling against
Mitchell until the determination be
came general that he should never
leave the town alive. After the fir
ing on the crowd Gov. Bushnell or
dered a company of the Third infan
try from Springfield bv special train.
It arrived at 7:10 and marched to
the jn.il. where it found 2,000 people
surrounding the structure.
The major assured the comman
der that their services were not
wanted, as the people were law
abiding, and asked them to with
draw to the train, and in case their
services were needed, the j would be
sent for. Without waiting further
orders they marched down the street
to the depot. The local militia pre.
viouslj refused to serve longer and
went to the second story of the
sheriff's residence and tried to sleep
With no resistance the mob rushed
to the side door, and soon gained en
trance to the jail and broke in the
door to Mitchell1 cell. He offered
no resistance as the rope was placed
over his head. Going down the
steps outside the jtil Mitchell fell
ami the rope slipped off his neck.
The crowd surrounded him and
jumped on him like a thousand hun
gry dogs after one bone. The
wretch was almost kicked to death
before the rope was again secured
bout his neck. He was dragged to
the front of the court house and the
end of the ropo thrown over a limb
and the brute pulled up. The end
was tied to a fence and Mitchell left
hanging in full view of scvtral thou,
sand people. The body was left over
an hour before it was taken down
and placed in an undertaker's box,
which remains ia the court bouse
yard in full view of the public.
Dnrrmat Gsts a Stay.
San Francisco, June 4. Durrant
will not be hanged next Friday. His
attorneys have gained for him an
other four months lease of life at
least, the action of the circuit
court in granting permission to ap
peal to the United Slates supreme
court serving as a stav of execution
until further action is' taken.
Washington. June 4. The presi
dent lent the following nominations
to the senate: Lawrence Townsend,
Pennsylvania, miaister to Portugal;
Kllis II. Roberts, New York, treas
urer of the United States; Conrad N.
Jordan, assistant treasurer at New
York; William E Andrews, Nebras
ka, auditor of the treasury depart
ment. 11 d Trm la Daavar.
Denver, June 4. Fire this morn-
We know that Cod-liver
OH is a fat-forming food be
cause takers of it gain rap
idly in weight under its use
and the whole body receives
vital force. When prepared
as in Scott's Emulsion, it
is quickly and easily
changed into the tissues of
the body. As your doctor
would say, "It is easily as
similated." Perhaps you
are suffering from fat starv
ation. You take fat enough
with your food, but it either
isn't the right kind, or it
isn't digested. You need
fat prepared for you, as in
Let us send you a took stoat
SCOTT SOWN!, Chsmtats, New Tmk.
tag damaged the Peterson ft Thomas
blocks 910,000. The lots to tenants,
who are mostly lawyers, is quite
large on account of water.
Tba Wlaa I'pw
Springfield. June 4 Immediately
after reading the Journal the Al
ien bill was called up for the third
reading and passed 81 to 18, and the
senate committee waited upon the
governor to notify him that the senate
was about to adjourn. A recess was
taken until 4 o'clock.
In the iiouse the anti-department
store bill was defeated 63 yeas to
77 nays. After voting to concur in
the senate amendments in the Allen
street raUway bill, a recess was taken
until 3 o'clock.
The Allen bill as amended passed
Springfield, June 4 The governor
signed the East St. Louis bridge bill,
and the bill to create a state board of
Philadelphia. June, 4 At this
morning's session of the American
Medical association Denver was se
lected as the next place of meeting.
George M. Sternberg, of Washington,
was elected president.
( Hakla U Bate.
London, June 4 The steamer
Hekla, which collided with the
steamer Mississippi, passed the butt
of Lewis, Hebride's island, today.
SOLON3 RUSHING THE WORK.
IIUboIs Legislator Do a Becord's Da)
Business with Much Hot Talk.
EpringHaH, Ills.. June 4. After a
vain attempt by the opposition to the
street railway bill to have the record
corrected to show that the bill had not
been properly read Wednesday, and a
hot debate over the bill Itself, the sen
ate yesterday agreed to the committee
amendments ,one of which strikes cut
the referendum, 31 to 15. McCloud
wanted to regulate the price of tickets
between 5 and 7 o'clock a. m. and re
quire 20 per cent, of the gross receipts
of the roads to be paid to the city, but
was defeated. An attempt to strike out
the enacting clause failed, and the bill
was sent to third reading and made
special order for today. The house
amendments to the butterine, libel,
Omaha exposition and several other bills
were concurred in, and at 10 p. m. the
The house passed a batch of appro
priation bills and during a debate Rev
ell criticised Mayor Harrison, of Chi
cago, for being here on a lobbying
mission, as he charged. The mayor
was present In the Iiouse at the time.
Speeches were limited to five minutes
each. A memorial to congress for a
deep waterway from Lockport to the
MiFsissIpppi was adopted. After trans
acting a large quantity of business In
the way of passing senate bills the sen
atorial apportionment bill was taken
up, and amid a scene of wild disorder
the caucus amendments were agreed to.
EX-GOVERNOR ALTGELD'S DENIAL
Of the Charges Contained in the Illinois
Senate Committee Report.
Chicago, June 4. Governor Altgeld
denounces the report of Senator Berry,
chairman of the committee which Inves
tigated .the affairs of the Globe Savings
bonk, as unfair and untruthful. Altgeld
said yesterday: "After the Globe failure
here the grand Jury of Cook county
looked after the question of enforcing
the laws against any men who have may
violated them. The receiver of the bank
started all necessary proceedings to pro
tect the depositors of the bank and the
university trustees hired able counsel
and took all necccsary steps to protect
the university. So the field was fully
The governor then makes a personal
nttark on Chairman Berry, of the senate
committee, and added: "So far as the re
port Is concerned, it is not simply unfair,
but it is absoultely untruthful. The tes
timony upon which he bases his report
shows It to be untruthful. But it Is Just
what was to be expected of Berry."
When a?ked if he regarded the report
ffS serious. Altgeld said: "It is of no con
sequence whatever. It Is intended sim
ply for political effect. The public has
read the testimony and has formed its
own opinion. No one will care anything
about what Berry may say."
Scores on the nail Field.
'Chicago, June 4. Base ball records
made on League diamonds yesterday
were: At Brooklyn St. Louis 1, Brook
lyn 0; at Boston Cleveland 1, Boston
6; at New York Louisville 1, New
Tork 6: (second game) Louisville 6,
New Tork 10; at Baltimore and Wash
ingtonRain. Western League: At Detroit Min
neapolis 11, IVtroit S: at Columbus
Milwaukee 7, Columbus ; at Indianap
olis St. Paul 4. Indianapolis 0; at
Grand Rapids Kansas City 2, Grand
Western Association: At Rockford
Cedar Rapids 6, Rockford 2; at Burling
ton St. Joserh 4. Burlington 7; at Du
buquePeoria 6. .Dubuque 8; at Qulncy
Badieal t'aited Brethren.
Richmond. Ind.. June 4. Bishop Hal
leck Floyd, of Indiana, presided over the
session of the United Brethren general
conference at Dublin vesterdav. It
! voted to elect general officers today.
! A committee of ten was appointed by
' ths board of bishops to make nomina
i tiona. A motion to close sessions to
' morrow afternoon was voted down. Rev.
Barclay, or -regon. waa appointed pas
toral delegate to the National Christian
association at Chicago.
Strike of Illinois Miners.
Srringflcld. Ills June 4. The min
ers In the Chlcaeo-Virden Coal com
pany's mines at Virden and Auburn,
numbering, about 450 men at both places,
have struck because the operators have
reduced their wages S cents per ton.
The confidence of the people ia
j Hood's Sarsaparilla is due to its un-
eqnaiea record ox wonderful cures.
CAMPOS SENT FOR
Wanted at Madrid by the Coming
. New Cabinet.
HAT EE BEST TO CUBA AGAIB
Take Cd the Work la Which n.
Awhile Ago, bat with Liberal Ministry
Me hind Him This Time Comment a
Washington oa What the Crisis Hay
Xeaa for Cuba Havana Editor Criticises
Consul General Lee.
Madrid, June 4. A cabinet council waa
held yesterday, the queen regent presid
ing. The retiring premier, SenorCanovas
del Castillo, made a long statement re
garding Cuba, the Philippine islands, the
internal situation, the relations between
Spain and the United States and the in
cident which led to his resignation. Her
majesty declared herself satisfied with
the explanation of Senor Canovas, and
begged him to continue the government
until the crisis was solved. Senor Cano
vas, after the council, said the queen
had asked him to" telegraph Marshal
Martinez de Campos asking him to
come to Madrid, and that the latter had
replied that he would arrive here to
day. Senor Canovas added that a solu
tion cf the crisis will be difficult, and will
depend upon the conferences between
the queen regent, Genral Campos and
Senor Sagasta, the Liberal leader. It is
said that the latter is prepared to apply
extensive reforms to Cuba through the
instrumentality of General Campos, who
It is believed will shortly succeed Gener
al Welyer as captain general of Cuba.
Excites Interest at Washington
Washington, June 4. The resignation
of the Canova9 cabinet at Madrid ex
cites much interest in official quarters
here, owing to its possible effect upon
the policy of Spain toward Cuba and the
cttitude of the United States toward the
conflict. Minister Dupuy de Lome will
not discuss the situation publicly, but
those who are near to him say that he
takes the change philosophically, and is
not greatly surprised, as recent events:
at Madrid have indicated that a rupture
was inevitable. Among officials who are,
familiar with the status of affairs it ia
believed that the change will not involve
any radical departure from the present
policy cf Spain on Cuba. The view is
expressed that the queen will invite
Canovas to form a new ministry, and
that the premier will then overcome the
friction which led up to the present
crisis by omitting from the new cabinet
these elements which caused the per
Tetnan Will Not Drop Out of Sight.
Although the Duke of Tetuan is not
likely to resume his place as minister of
foreign affairs, yet it is felt that his in
Puence will be a powerful factor in
pnaping the foreign policy from this time
forward. The crisis comes at a time
when Madrid is about to enter upon its
period cf summer vacation. The Duke
cf Tetuan will go to Paris and the royal
family and most of the government
leaders will go to San Sebastian. But
little is done during this vacation, and it
Is feit that the Duke of Tetuan will con
tinue to direct affairs during this period
WILL DE LOME BE RECALLED ?
Question Interesting Washington Officials
Havana Editor Waxes Wroth.
Washington, June 4. The question
has arisen here as to the' effect of a
change In the Spanish cabinet upon the
stay of Minister Dupuy de Lome In
Washington. In the event of a com
plete change of ministry, with a Lib
eral premier and cabinet, it is under
stood that De Lome will place himself
at the disposal of the new government.
so that it will be free to continue his
service or accept his resignation as it
sees fit. Under the diplomatic system
of Spain the twelve leading foreign
posts, including alt the ambassadors
and the leading ministers, are subject
to the will of the government, so that a
change of cabinet may entail a change
of foreign ministers at these twelve
posts. This depends, however, on the
circumstances !n the country to which
a minister is accredited.
A dispatch from Havana gives ex
tracts from editorials in Diario de la
Marina. In one of these, the paper
gives its attention to United States Con
sul General Fitzhugh Lee, charging him
with ignorance of the Spanish language
and with being surrounded by Ameri
cans born In Cuba who are generally
hostile to the Spanish government.
Diario further reflects upon the judg
ment of the United States consul gen
eral, and prints a letter from a corre
spondent in Santa Clara, making a sav
age attack upon the United States con
sul at Sagua Ia Grande, Walter B.
Barker, charging him among other
things with furnishing relief in the
shape of provisions to Messrs. Selglie
and Yova and their families, both of
whom are said to be owners of sugar
estates and not in need of assistance.
The . correspondent of Diario de la
Marina used this allegation to reflect
upon the honesty and good faith of the
reports of Barker to his government.
Calhonn Is Coming Home.
Havana, June 4. The Lee-Congosto
commission was entertained at supper
Wednesday night by. Senor Congosto.
and at breakfast yesterday morning by
Consul General Lee. Yesterday after
noon Calhoun left for the United States
by the steamer Saratoga.
Why Not Acquit Him at Ones.
Des Moines, la., June 4. Fred Reil
was convicted of manslaughter for kill
ing Carl Lev eke, a wealthy contractor,
here April 6. The extreme penalty is
ten years. Leveke had $16,000 in the
German Savings bank which suspended
Jan. 21. While he and Reil were dis
cussing the matter Leveke criticised the
Roman Catholic management of the
tank, when Reil. a Roman Catholic,
crushed Leveke's skull with a beer mug.
is State Sportsmen's Shoot.
Chicago, Jane 4. At the State Sports
hen's shooting tournament yesterday
the team shoot was won by the Pis
takee club, which won it last year. The
score was 36 out of forty. The sweep-
J stakes at ten birds was finished, a num
ber of men being tied at ten.
FIVE TANKS OF WATER FALL.
Two Men Sorted fader Thousands of Tone
of Debris gotten Mortar.
New Tork, June 4. Five enormous
tanks, each containing 13,000 gallons of
water, fell five Stories through the new
building of David S. Brown & Co., soap
maunfacturers. ' at Twelfth avenue.
Fifty-first and Fifty-second streets, yes
terday morning, burying two fnen un
der thousands cf tons of debris. The
body of William Frazer, 40 years old. a
surveyors In the employ of tl. j Otis Ele
vator company, was taken from the
ruins during the aftemcon. Jacob Ja
cofcscn, a carpenter, is missing. The
place was nearly ready for occupancy.
The tanks were to have contained soap
fat. They were put in by the Coterville
Ircn woixs, of Cotesville, Pa.
Alexander Brown, the brick con
tractor; Henry F. Kilburn, the archi
tect, and Archie Hamilton, inspector for
the iron work contractors, wire, an.
rested, charged with homicide. It was
claimed by an expert that the mortar
used in construction was nothing more
than mud. There were fifteen men In
the building at the time of the accident.
There was not a s?.ond's warning of
the fall of the tanks. They hr.d been filling
With water for testing, and were nearly
full. The tanks were each thirteen by
thirte-en fe?t square by twenty feet in
height. They were made of sheet iron
and. were a quarter of an inch thick.
At the fall of the tanks th?y carried
down iron girders, snapping them as if
they we've pipestems. There was no
stopping ns they struck the floors in
succession, so enormous, was the weight
of the tanks.
No Miners' Strike at Prrsrnt.
Pittsburg. June 4. There will be no
Strike of the 2P. r.M min.n in .hi-
trict for the present. This was decided
ai yesterday's delegate convention and
is largely due to National President
Ritefcford's address advising modera
tion. Resolutions were adopted, hew
ever, demandirc a uniform r,ia e ca
cent3 per ton for miring, but deferring
me smite until men time as the na
tional executive hoard should consider
It advisable. The convention was crse
cf the largest ever held in Pittsburg
there b?ing ninety-six delccatcg. r.-n-e.
sentir.g over 1C0 mine?.
Wordca A ppcul t to I'nclo S.nn.
San Francisco, June 4. In the UnitPd
Stlltes Circuit court rpstanlav Tiiloo
Gilbert denied the application of the
attorneys cf Salter D. Worden. the con
demned train-wrerkrr. fnr a v.-rii
halH-as corpus. A motion was then
made for leave to eppcal to the supreme
court of the United States and was
granted. Warden Anil, of Folsom pris
on, has received a telegraphic message
inini inc ancmey general advising him
not to moceed with th himrin.
Chicago fcrain and Produce.
Chicago. June 3.
Following were the qucations cn the
Board cf Trade: Wheat July, opened
GSVfcc, closed 68c: September, opened
and closed 65c; December, opened 6TTsc,
closed 67V:.,c. Corn July, opened 24c,
closed 24c; September, opened 254c,
closed 25c. Oats July, opened lSc,
closed 18Vie; September, opened ISc,
clored IStic Pork July, opened $7.80.
7?75; September, opened J7.85. closed
J7.75. Lard July, opened and close $3.55;
September, opened $3.67'A. closed $3.65.
Produce: Butter Extra creamery,
ll'.c per Po: extra dairy. 12c; fresh
packing stock, 667c. Kggp Fresh
stock, 8c tier dozen. Live Poultry
Turkeys. TiSSc per lb; chickens. 77Hc;
ducks, 7jSc. Potatoes Burba nka. 18c
23c per bu. Honsy White clover. 11
12'j.c per tb; Imperfect, 75 9c. Apples
Common to fancy, $2.003.60 per bbl.
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, June 3.
Hogs Estimated receipts for the day,
27.000; sales ranged at $2.20ffT2.60 pigs;
$3.453.624 for light. $3.30'33.40 for rough
packing, $3.45(83.60 for mixed, and $3.4o
360. for heavy packing and shipping
lots. Cattle Krtimated receipts for the
day, 8,500: quotations ranged at $5.15
5.45 for choice to extra shipping steers,
$126.96.36.199 good to choice do.. $4.254.80
fair to good. $3.85S4.30 common to- me
dium do., $3.704.20 butchers' steers,
$3.0i?4.00 stockers, $4.10W4.60 feeders,
$2.0fl4.15 cows. $2.S0fr4.60 heifers. $2.60
ffi4.25 bulls, oxen and slags, $3.2O"T4.50
Texas steer, and J3.50S6.10 veal calves.
Sheep and Lambs Estimated receipts
for the day, 11,000: quotations ranged
at $3.5064.80 westerns. $2.704.10 Tex
ans. $2.50g4.90 natives and $3.255.60
Milwaukee, June 3.
Wheat Firm and higher; No. 2 spring;
70c; No. 1 northern, 75Hc; July. 68c
Corn Firm; No. 3. 2.1c. Oats Hihger;
No.-2 white. 21ffl22c. Barley steady; No.
2. 32e; samples. 24U-&32C. Rye Quiet
and easy; No. 1, 34Vc
Beaver Dam. C. Aug. 27. 1895.
My daughter, after being treated
by four doctors, and being given up
for lost, a neighbor recommended
Foley's Kidney Cure. Today she is
able to walk several miles without
fatigue. I feel we would have lost
her if it was not for your medicine.
Respectfully, Mi J- M. Bailt.
Sold bv M. F. Bahnsen and T. H.
Oslenrsnd tor aarrest kjsrenine stieagta
aosnarsinsss. Aararaa the food ijilsil
kalaei and sH forms of adslu railoa cssnoa
twin, raaoje Fowdbb Co. av m Tartu
We Put on
Plaids, Black and Fancy Clays,
TLI 1 .1
a ma iv w suisa wc purcoeKca ac a price wnicn enables us to -rive you the '
best values ever offered. This lot of suits was not made up by "cheap
tailors" for "special sales' suits," as a great many are made up cheaply for
those special occasions, but are all made by first-cKass tailors, and made
to retail from $io to $15
Every Article a
EVERY PIECE A
SPECIAL LOW PRICES
Sideboards & Chiffoniers
From 7 up.
Of Fancy Rockers,
Parlor Goods and
Couches b the best
in the three cities.
We are money savers
to Furniture and Car
& Cutiet Co.,
34, lit, S5S Brady St.
1 s t
THE PRINCIPAL TEST
Of a Laundry's offleteney seems to
be the way It "does up" a white
shirt, though there are lots of ar
ticles which require more skill an 1
eare. We In rite you to compare a
shirt or any other article fcrandrled
here with those done elsewhere and
place your patronage accordingly.
We do not fear the test
1734 Third Ave. Phone 1314.
JOHH . FABIDOBT. BUST A. FAHKMI
panraorj o aoxi
Pflintero and Dacoratosr
FAFE3 sTATrflaflia. CU2Z.23, tte.
All Wool Men's
House in this
Own rear own Uom mmd Ban It aavst
Insurance and Loans.
Boom 4. Mitchell ft Lyode b'njr.
White Seal saloon
181 Second Avenim.
We'll Do It
For yon. We'll chaos yonr
walls into a wildemm of braiity.
We'll strew thea with dainty fl.nv
ert In dniiePe tints or we tkrvrat
them In ani'iue det gM plain and
simpi, or so inti cat 1 that It wtl .
take fam a day to and ti e eo4 of
eanrr. We can please son In eo'ec -and
depicn we can pitas ynu m
price. It will ! ns If jasj
come here; if you cone hwc, we
will please yon.
Atto M P:;:r Ca. 1
S10, SIS. 114 Twentieth Si.
Shop 419 Sevestssath