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VOL. XLVL CO, 25
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Tha frapcl f atnltor. Ktr-ti
Ina IH r.. a& aatrvrltu-a an J I ha ttmit.
fl awi ta taa Iaa4 ara
Cnt may ba (Jctrmitia tjr tna prta-
rnre or urnptil Lea. Th ln'tjrpent
leader bare already atated nnmtntslc.
aMy that they will nt.t accept autonomy.
erarmcKaa an Intimation has been
thfcvn out that General Oomea and
his aaaoclatea In the flnM m vgiin.
an opportunity to communicate trith
th rrrrsntat:v of tha United Etatas.
tuht portion It slj to b that a th!j
country haa offered Ita rood tlllui ta
Spain to end the war It la competent to
receive a augstatlon rr0m ether partiea
to the war.
An Inkllct of their Burma haa htm
recelTed. This is to makt known
thrcush ita conul (teneral their deslra
to have tht L'nltel Sta.tr art a In.
Iencdary nits Spain in arranglrf tha
Knr.a of peare. but iaca on the h.n!t
af Ir.drpendr nc. Spain has already de
rlarrd that Cuba cannot buy Indepen
dence, but tha Inaurjrents do not cart
i.ir mat. A proposition frcm tha ln
suraenta for mediation by th rnttd
Males on tht baela suwsted might b
tranamitteil toWuhicslon. but It would
hardly go further
Havana, Nay. JS. Consul OereraJ
ntihuch Let anl Walter B. Barker
(Lnltel Ptata ronitul at Rifua la
Orande arriyad re&terdav rttrnonn
They wra welcomed by the consular
mcrs of tnis city an J a large company
Madrid. Not. 11 rJtreral Rtewart T.
rVoodf.d. the Vr.lt. J States tnlnlitcr.
nai a onrarenc yrterday with Senor
Mor.1, the inta!rtr f. the colont, and
dlruwd with hha the prrhlMtla of
! eaiel of tobarro from Cuba. n.r
Mnret haa promlonl General Woodford
t Study th ttruhitittlon reefultv. anJ
haa rabM Marshal DUncv t"t Inform
tka T tha yithjvrt.
SOVEREIGN'S GREAT AMBITION.
aM Ra'rata af Laaae Leae Waata
sa rrwMaattal OtMkhte.
LoolitlUa. Nor. IS Th Coorier
Joarnal iajf. "tha treat lecret it
oniatj.it. j. k. SoTere'jn, rctlr
log ireoaral matter workman of tha
Knlrttj of Labor, resigned hit poti
tioa la order that be might posh hit
candidacy frr pre iL'eni tf tie Unit
ed Statee la IfW."
aaa4rai Cnaac ttat D'lttah 1. 1.
London, Nor. 15. The tempera
ture, which wa th all last week,
la many placet the thermometer
repistertnr; 0 to 70. doe, it It
claimed, to the proximity of meteort,
taddcnlj became rolder yesterday
evenicg tad this morning tnow hat
faLan In many prts of Soot! and and
aonaera KeKiiad. Toe rtt coast
wat twept by a tevere glo.
0.rraats fae la Ovtaaa.
Washington, Nor. 19. Tha eu
pfeme court today decided to Imme
diately leaa mandate in the
Theodora Dnrrant murder case in
Saa I'rtacloo. This will prohibit
hatlea Dorranl's execution.
nnj larttrtnient Ta II llmlue1.
Milaaukee. Xov. tr.. In the rlrtult
court Uurday VlrU t Att. rnry I5rax-e
motlun asklr.s; Jude J..hr..n to
nter an d d!mlslng the Irdlctriient
ahlrh Cfnlnlna three counts again
Fredr!k T. Day. i r.1(!. nt cf the fie
funrl llarhtrrfon bank. In hl potition
the district atUnvy itlvea a his reain
that ro rcr.vlttlun could be m-oured.
Thoush Ju?ce J.nnn has not cr.torcd
the c4hlr. thre le little doubt that he
111 do en.
Ilarle mm TKWr Wedding lay.
Utile Rork. Ark.. Nor. IS. nme
llmr.win and Florence WlHIama. hla le
trntned. were rr-r1fcpn l.jr a rt. rm c-n
M.vk rlrt mountain rrlday nnd bc.tk
prr1.hed. After an all right s tranh
they were fnun.1 dad. locked In ear heth
er arm, under a trre where they hnd
tok'-a nfugj firm the storm. Thev had
been struck by lightning. The bodlrt
were Inlerred In the same grave m the
moiwtaln side on their wedding day.
Snm Mare -rU4 ( ttlren" OntUw.
farei!a. Ark.. Nov. 11 Ilrr.ry Phil
lip, allaa -IVt" Jones, a rcgro, a self-ccnt.-sd
murd.nr and moonshiner.
Irnched In the court yard here at
mMn'.irht Faturday by a mcb comno.-t
of promlarnt cltixrs of this town and
enrr.uad!r.g cour.tst-. The dltv-ct caue
f tbe lynching was the murder cf a
merrhant near here by ITilllIrs a few
Ikiynm Deelarrd Illegal.
PI. taut. Nor. 11 The l"n;tJ States
rlrrutl rnurt In an extensive cplnlon
llrered In the rase of the Oxley Stave
roxpany against mfiwhera Cooper
nl. a. Nx I, rf Kansas City, has de
rided that the boycott H r.t a Ifgat
weapon- Jude Caldwell 'acnted.
Tlg K th strikes a..d bna-roMs were
r.sht so lur.ff as used in a pcacraMs
Why Ka AtwIHh IW flaatlagT
Imw Mountain, MIoH,. Not. IS. Fred
Caalinf. M year old. manager of
WrieM Ir-. astenslve redsr 1 m!rs.
a at shot da.1 yesterday four miles t'lpi
rnanr.irg. lie was rr.latakew f.ir a (f
ty ar rid hurer r.afrted Wnlwalcy aad
sh-t In the batk. Oi bylt passing
througH Ms h jrt. TV rpak. the Rfth
fatality since the drr saaaon openfd a
Raak riawstaee Tawwl IrregatarMlea.
Antrgo,. Wis.. Nov. li The Bank cf
Ant'grt clowd Its doi.re by order of the
l-oard of direct rs. Tha state bank
leaarr.'rer had ben looking over the
Jlank'a bocks, and. It Is said, found Ir
rrUrlil.t tn ths part of L. E. Buck-
'nun iTt. m ah
rvaverwee1 s kU mm tie Seaatwr.
Parkrrsturg. W. Va.. Nct. IS. Cor.
rrnoy Atktnsrn In an Interview here s.n-;r-mree
hi car.dldary fry the t'nlted
f tAtes secatonhsp from West Virginia.
jTMs. ncweyr. Is orrtfitlt.ned on the
mr.hdrawal of Judc iVff frrm the ric.
StrroQi paopli find relief by ea-
Akl . I . 1. A I . t. It J r
. m iHwu viwu wim u7va i oar
jaapariiia, which la tha ooe true blocd
punner ana cerve tonic
Arnold's Brono Olery caret head
aches; 10. 15 tad 60 oeaU. Baiaa1
For the Champion Belt in the Na
, tional Lynching Competi
tion for 1897.
EPICES FAIHLT MUETEB A VERGED,
rotera, Ig1!atora, Courts, Ete naylng
Fiwved Impotent to Enact or Execute
Clvlllied Law a Laps lata Barbarity
Take riaee and There Are Three Corpses
Dangling tram a Ileef Windlass Forty
MaAed Mea Find tha Work Easy.
Bismarck, N. D.. Nov. 15. Alex CoV
Cot, Irdl.in half-breed, ar.d Taul Holy
track and Fhllllp Ireland, full-blooded
Indians, the first cf whom was sentenced
to death for the murder ef tlx of the
Fploer family last February and hnd
Just been granted a new trlat by the su
preme court, and the latter two self
eonfossed accessories In the murder.
were taken frcm the county Jail In Em-
mon .county Saturday right and
lynchod by a mob. The lynching had
been apparently coolly planned, ar.d was
earned out without a break tn the pro
gramme, as Is naturally the case In
these tittle affairs. Wllllamsport. where
the hanging took place. Is about forty
miles, from this city, and off the
The tews of the hanging was received
hire ysterday afternoon when a
mounted messar.gt-r arrived, his hcrse
In a foam from a ewift ride, and an
nounced that the three men had been
Sheriff Wat Ttot "la at the Death."
The rhertft of the oountr u in this
city at the time the hanging occurred,
and It was to Mm that the messoni;er
roae in such hot haste. The men had
been under tlte ruMndv nf Il..rntr.- c.-w.
I!T Tom K el ley. and they were taken
from under his control by the mob and
hanged to a hect windlass several hun
dred yards from the Jail, where their
bodies ware swinging to the breeze all
yesterday, the coroner r.ot having yet ar
rived and no r.tw fls VftllinfoArlrv tn n..
- - - . I l.: . U .
thorn dewn. There were aliout forty men
concernro in the lynching. They rode
Into Wllitamsport on hoirebnrU Int it
night and tethered their horws a short
distance from the city that they might
M;ure them again as speedily as neces
sary after the doed was done. The Jail
in wnien tne prisoners were confined is
a Substantial Stone Mrurtnro nr.1 vaa In
charge of Deputy Sheriff Tliomas
Tha Way Watrhman Kelley Was I'uolrd.
Since the cor.flnamnt of the rrisnrpn
therein so great has been the foar that
they might evape In some way that one
man has watched all night-within the
Jail, and Frtdny night Kelky was on
watch. There was a meeting cf the lodge
Of Woodmen In the hllllrllrcr nmr tha
Jail, and as Kelley was a mam her he ex-
pcriea 10 meet some ol the. members of
the iwlca after the mMMmr glnnmiwl
To white away the time fisslng the night
nours no was piayinp solitaire m front
of the cells In which the murdorera
conllned. At about 2 o'clock in the morn
ing there was a rap at the outer door of
she tall and Kr-llMr sma njitoblv n.A
turned the key In the lock, thinking that
me. persons tie expected to meet had ar
rived. BRIOIITMAX.TUAT DErrTT SHERIFF.
Knew -fast What They WanM -QaJet but
No sooner had he opened the doer
than the mob crowded into the cor
ridors. Alof tha men were masked and
the leaflets carried ropes. Kelley at
once realized that the mob had come
atter his prisoners. The lynchers were
quiet, but determined. The leaders pre
sented a revolver at the head of the
drputy sheriff and told blm they
wanted hi prisoners, and demanded
that he pin the cells which they were
confined In. Kelly demurred, but saw
that resistance was useless and un
locked tha ce.li Two cf the prisoners
were confined in one cell and the other
In a separate cell. They had be--n
aroused from sleep by the entrance cf
the men and sat up, half awake and
trwmbling with terror.
Holytrark and Ireland were dragged
from their bed", ropes were fastened
alout thtlr necks and they weredragged
out on the grounds after being told to
prepare for death. The men were then
dragged to a huge beef windlass which
had been erected to suspend the car
casses of slaughtered beeves and strung
up on a cross-brain. Coudot was ihe
flrj-t man to be hanged. It Is reported
tbst he wat asked before he was hanged
whaeher Blark Hawk and Defender had
also le-n concerned in the murd.r for
which ha waa aanut to be hanged.
lie answered that they had been. The
rope which had been fastened about his
eck was then thrown over the cross
I'eam and he was raised off the ground
and sunr.ded la the sir. Holytrack
and Ireland wera so nearly unronscious
from the effects of the dragging that
they did not real's? what was about to
happen w hen the mpesatout their necks
were tonsvd over the same beam. They
were unable to stand and were slowly
raised from the ground on which they
lay until their bodies swung Into the
air and dangled from the windlass with
that of Ceudd The mob then dis
persed andg away. -
Eight Strike Leader Arqnltted.
Wlikesbarre. ra., Nov. 15. The Jury
returned a verdict r.f not guilty Satur
day in the case of eight miners who
were chard by the Lehigh Valley Coal
company with trespassing on the com
pany's property aad with intimidating
workmen. The men cn trial were the
leaders of a strike at Avoca in October.
The defense was that no violence had
been committed. In addition to the
acquittal of the strikers the Jury di
rected that the prosecuting comjjiny
than pay the costs of the suit.
Forward a tttoyeie Combine.
Tokdo. Nov. IS. After several
futile attempts to form a bicycle pool
details of a strong combination las
"leaked" 004 here, which represents-ful-ly
n per cent, ef the medium grade
output of this country.
Hade and Merit Maintains the confidence
of the people in Rood's Sarsaparilla. It a
medicine cures yon when you 'are tick; if
it cures your neighbors and your friend
when they are ailing; It it makes wonder
ful cures of many diseases everywhere,
then beyond any question that medicine
possesses merit. That is just the truth
about Hood's Sarsaparilla. Prepared by
a combination, proportion and process un
known to other medicines, it has curative
powers peculiar to itself. We know it
poetesses great merit because it haa
Cures, not once or twice or a hundred
times, but in thousands and thousands
of cases. We know it cures, absolutely,
permanently cures, when all others fail to
do any good whatever.
Hood's Sarsaparilla is known to possess
merit or the power to cure disease; it it
known to be the best building-up medicine
on earth; it is known to be honestly adver
tised, and for these reasons the people
bay and take Rood's Sarsaparilla almost
to the exclusion of other preparations.
In fact, Merit Made and Merit Maintains
the confidence of the people in
The One True Rlood Purifier. All druggists, ft
w mm rt-u curs liver ills; easy to
nOOU S PlllS take, easy to operate. 25c
FIRE IN A COLORADO MINE.
rats tha Elves of fifty Men in Peril Kay
Result la Enormous Loks.
Denver, Nov. 13. A special to The
Republican from Aspen, Colo., says: A
fire that bids fair promise of oloslns
down every big mine in the camo is
raging in the eighth level of the SmuR-
Rler mine. The cause of the catastrophe
is supposed to be spontaneous com
bustion, although there are a few who
are inclined to the theory that a care
less miner and a candle are responsible.
bo Tar the fire is confined to a large
crib and is burning sk a point about 800
feet below the surface. Thla rrih is
eighty feet wide. 1C1 feet long and 300
xeet nign. it contains many thousands
of cords of dry timber. So far as known
mere umoers nave not broken into a
Maze, but the supposition is thnt the
entire base of the crib is burning. All
efforts to reach the fire have proved
unsuccessful, nnd an attempt to place
bulkheads in the connection came near
losing the lives of some flftv mpn. Ovrr
forty of thope were so overcome hy the
deadly gas that for a time their lives
wore despaired of.
It may turn out that the mine will
have to he flooded. In which case it will
flood every mine In the camp.
Mob Did Not (let Knit Ui-ard.
Birmingham, Ala., Nov. 13. The time
ly arrival of troops at Corrcltcn, Pick
ens county, about daylight Friday morn
ing thwarted the efforts of a mob to
lynch Bud Heard, colored, cn trial there
for rape. The lynchers were Just pre
paring to close upon the court house
where the sheriff and a doeen deputies
had rtoed suard over the prisoner all
night, when the Warrior Ouard.. of Tus
caloosa, drove up in four two-horse wag
ons and dispersed the thrccg. The trial
took place Friday and Beard was sen
tenced to hong on Deo. 10.
IlllnnU 8ldlrr Orphan' Ilmne.
Springfield, lll., Nov. Ik Governor
John It. Tanner was closeted all Satur
day morning with the committee from
the department of Illinois. Orand Army
of the Republic, regarding the Investi
gation of the Soldiers' Orphans' home at
Normal. The' meeting was held behind
closed dont. The -import rf the rammit
tee was to the effect that "the best in
terests of the Institution can only be
subserved by making of , sweeping
changes in its management."
trangenTi;rrp Memorial liny,
Harrtoiurg. r.,Nov. 13. The Nation
al Orange of the Patrons of Husbandry
observed yestordsy as "their memorial
day by holding commemooatlve services
In the supreme court room. Worthy
master J. II. Brlgham, of Washington,
cpened the services with appropriate re
marks, after which prayer was offered,
and Scripture! passages read.
fiame Eniled In a Riot.
Denver, Colo.. Nov. 15. The Icot ball
game between the teams of the East
Denver ar.d West Denver high schools
Fattirday ended in a riot in which the
players and a oovfile of hundred of the
spectators tork pan. That no rne was
seriously Injured was due to the fact
that a dotn rcXoemrn w-ere sr.t to the
scene and differed the mobs.
SYSTEM 8F KEQ.C1NE.
Davenport Heal Institute I
SrkeCialliec- . r. Crrr. TfcrsM
Ciw !'!. n mim t. IMafM-a. Hon. Slfirt.
t. Um. KMot. X iim inmni mm hod
Bii " am hi mm
mamwm 1UI nvr In
03 B-If St.
YOU KNOW US
It sc.ms 10 ui as if some one moat have gotten excited about our Great
Unierwear Sale. We can't telj it because the people flock to the Lon
don, ths Big Store, for great value in Underwear. If apologies were in
o der, we wjuld surely beg our neighbors' pardon for doing by far the
largest bush ess In the three cities. In the meantime allow us to mention
that we will continue to sell the very beat "
We did not ask our neighbors if they would get provoked if we woul. . U
50c Underwear for 25c. If we were connected with other stores In Kock
Island, perhaps we would do eo rather than cut the price of Underwear
unaware to them.
The Greatest Values
in Furniture Lines,
Without a doubt our
stock as It staoda to
day is the grandest
assortment of Furni
ture ever shown to
the buyers cf thU
vicinity. More new
goods, more new
style?, better qualities
and lower prices.
Our Parlor Goods
Our Fancy Rcckew,
our Couches, are all
moda,ls of beauty,
built for service and
comfort We carry
the Dining Chair
stock of the three
( cities, as we do on all
Din log Room Furniture
l Ciirpri Co.,
824, SI aad 328 Brady 8 treat.
TWfl Rlfi TaTIDiraS
7. w w " a vitai w
h sa aa an an aa aiai at a a a at
JUST A NOTE
To u will bring you a case of the finest
rr ihst, is brywed Have you ever tried our
brer? It U made of the best materials, and b just
the thlrg to braes you up when you are tired. It
puts life into you.
ROCK ISLAND BREWING CO
stf am cr hct water heating plant that you would with an or
dlnary furnace, and you will get double satisfaction.
ii2 West Seventeenth Street
jokb ar. pabipo.
PAimiori . son
Painters and Decoratoro
FAFZ3 HArOZS3.-qftToTr.TTT7ZI3, tic
Shop 419 ScTCiaentlt ctxest.
M mi 1
Against the severe winter
which Is predicted. Let us
put ia a s!eam or hot water
heatlrgplaot for you. It Is
comfortable, healthful and
che?p. You won't use half
the amount of fuel with a
rant? a. FArapow
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