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THIS AB(JTJS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1898.
AlcCASXISIN & McCASKRIX, "
Attorneys at Law.
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Foot of !7lh St. Telesthane 1105
Rotate of Marie StempeL deceased.
The undersii-iiod having been appointed ad
ministrator il the estate of Marie eteinpeL
late of the coiintv of Kock Island, state
of Illinois. deee.v-d. hereby jrives noti.-e
that be will appear before the county
court of Kock Inland county, at the county
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lw...;i.l.r ifrm. on the llrst Monday in Ie-
eerahcr next, at which time all persons having
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Ins the same adjusted.
AH persons Indebted to said estate are re
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Dated this 3d diy or October. A. D. 1899.
t KKlKKi'K V. SlEJii'il, Administrator.
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1(09 THIRD AVKSUK
)i L ' ' - --gZa
COMES TO A CLIME
The Issue at Virden Finally Drawn
Sharp and Clear for
BEGEOES GO BACK TO THE T0T7IT
And Are Prevented from Landing- at
Their Dsstiaation by Gov.
Troops I'nder Ills' Orders Kefase to Per
mit the Ilea to Get Of the Cars at the
Stockade Ciata Lbock Says the Issue
M ill Uc triad in th 4 Courts and Will Ue
the Alton Itoad Against the State Strike
Leaders Plan a. Number of Criminal
VIrdeu, Ills.. Oct. 14. The excitement
cf Wednesday prior to the arrival of the
negro train, was paralleled last night
when It became known that a spe
cial train consisting of one box
far. three apparently empty coaches.
and a caboose that passed through
here at ; 5:25 kust evening bore
the two carloads of negroes taken
through here to Springfield Wednesday.
The train went south, and by a clever
ruse succeeded In passing through Vir
den quietly and without interference.
Karly in the afternoon a message was
received by the station agent here ask
ing if the negroes could be landed. This
was the intimation that an atten.pt to
run the negroes through here was, con
sidered, and the agent carefully main
tained his own counsel. Notwithstand
ing this the word passed, and by 5
o'clack a feeling of excitement spread
generally among the miners and they
began to flock to the railroad from dif
ferent parts Ot town in group.
Special Train Makes Its Appearance.
When the regular 5:40 passenger train
from the north reached the top of the
grade a mile north of the stockade a
large crowd assembled at the station and
Intently watched its approach, although
all knew it was the regular scheduled
train. The train arrived and left, and
a number cf watchers returned uptown.
Hut the larger part remained by the
track. Fifteen minutes passed and sud
denly a locomotive headlight appeared
at the crest of the grade beyond the stock
ade. "There it comes." the cry went up,
and the word that a special was ap
proaching passed uptown in a twink
ling. Miners came on the run, and soon
the track was lined. The soldiers were
reinforced from the city park by com
rades in hurry up order. They swept
the crowds back and cleared the long
platform and instituted a patrol up and
down the platform.
Train (Stops at the Ntorkade.
Meanwhile the train stopped at the
etockade. In an instant .all was excite
ment within the big enclosure. One of
the ex-guards of the coal company
rushed into the office, called Manager
Lukins outside and the word came that
thre was a train outside. It was tire
train carrying the negra miners from
Atlanta. AH the inmates of the effice
started for the north gate. Captain
Fevier, who was in command of the
troops guarding the mining property,
in the lead. Before any of the party
reached the gate details of soldiers had
arrived on the double-quick, while sen
tries in the lookout boxes along the
cast side of the stockade stood facing
the train and with guns at full cock and
a business look on every face.
MAKES IP AX IMPORTANT ISSCC
Militia Captain Re fuses to Let the Passen
gers Land, I'nder Tanner's Order. -
Captain Feviw, with drawn sword in
hand, shouted out the commard: "Don't
allow any one to disembark from that
train." The gate was opened and a file
of soldiers rushed out on the double
quick with fixed bayonets and fines' up
alongside of the train. By this time
General Manager Lukins had arrived
outside the stockade. He made a formal
rerjuest that their employes be allowed
to land and enter the stockade. Gaptam
Fevier declined to grant this. Then
Lukins put it in the form of a demand,
but the officer replied that he was un
der orders from Governor Tanner to
prevent the disembarking of any negro
miners at the works, and he would have
to carry out those Instructions. General
Manager Lukins protested and declared
there was no law except the law of
force that would justify this action.
Captain Fevier reiterated his former
statement that he was only tarrying
out the strict orders of the governor.
Lukins then gave up and slowly re
traced his steps. Theconductorsignalled
ahead, and the train started south. By
this time the advance guard of strikers
gathered at the station had advanced
up the track to within 100 yards of the
stockade. The presence of armed blue
coats in the lookout boxes evidently
baited them, as they remained there un
til the train passed, when they greeted
it with waving hats and cheers for
Governor Tanner, who they believed
had been instrumental in starting the
blacks on their homeward journey.-
W'hen the Springfield accommodation
train frem St. Louis arrived at 8:15 it
was boarded by a lieutenant and five
privates, who instituted a search from
car to car. Twice the train attempted
to pull out and was stopped by a light
pull on the air brake cord by the sol
diers aboard. The third attempt to
start was. made and the cord was given
a yank that brought the train to a halt
with a Jerk. Tbe soldiers thoroughly in
vestigated each car and not finding any
negro miner concealed aboard stepped
from the train and informed the angry
conductor that be could proceed. He
signalled his engineer and the train was
gone, carrying: a very frightened road of
STRIKERS KXECCT1VE IK COVNCIL.
Will Take Keaaares to Criminally Prose
cute Laklas sad Depatle.
A meeting of the executive committee
of the strikers was held yesterday after
noon. Chairman John Belgar asserted
that net a man among the Thiel agency
and Finkerton detectives stationed
within the stockade had beer, sworn in
as a deputy sheriff. He followed this
atateraemt by declaring that all of them
colli d be held as accessories on sv charge
Cf murder. He stated there were twen
ty men Inside the stockade when the
train bearing the negroes stopped at the
shaft Wednesday noon and that llfty
Pinkertoa and Thiel men acting as
Euards were on the train. He said none
of these men are residents ot the state
and consequently Sheriff Davenport had
rcfueed to swear them in.
The matter was discussed and a de
cision made to employ William Moon
ey. of Ji liet. as special attorney for the
miners, to assist in the prosecution of
the men responsible of the death of the
strikers, who fell in the battle. At
torney Mooney advised the miners un
ion that in his opinion Fred W. Lukins,
superintendent of shaft, could be held
accountable for the. murder, and be in
dicted, and the Thiel and Pinkcrton
men held as accessories to the fact. A
telegram requesting Mooney to come at
once was sent. Unless Mooney recedes
from his posltiou steps will be taken
by the committee to lay the matter be
fore the next session of the grand jury.
Seeretary Ryan, of the .miners' union.
said: I expect no further trouble here.
but I can't say regarding any place
else," and gave a significant shrug.
ANOTHER STATEMENT BY Lt KINS.
Insists That the Srrt'-ers Began the Battle
with Ballets Meant to Kill.
After the departure . of the train
Luteins was asked by the Associated
Press if he desired to make any state
ment to the public in regard to the
present situation and future outlook.
He replied that while he did not care
to discuss the past, and could not even
predict what the world had in store,
owing to the action of Governor Tanner
in depriving his company of its lawful
rights, he would like to correct a few
errors that had been published as re
gards Wednesday's fight. In this con
nection he dictated and signed the fol
lowing: "From my own personal knowl
edge I can eay that no shots were fired
from the train carrying the negro min
ers until at least SOO shots had been
fired into it, and several of the guards
"The strikerscommenced firing on tho
train just after it had passed the depot
and kept it up as long as the train was
within gunshot. When the train stopped
At the gate our guards were there to
assist in unloading the cars. But few
shots were fired by them, most of the
defense firing being done by the train
guards. The report In some of the pa
pers that we bad guards in the top of
the shaft house is utterly false, and has
no foundation whatever, as no men
were in the tower, armed or unarmed,
during the battle.
"The charge made that the Chicago
and Alton switchman,-D. H. Kiley, killed
near the depot, was shot by one of our
men from the stockade is too preposter
ous to merit contradiction, as no shots
were fired from the stockade until long
after Kiley was killed."
In opposition to the above about thir
ty miners were examined by the coro
ner yesterday, nearly all of whom were
positive in testifying that the first shots
were fired from the train, -while the
train was about 100 feet south of the
station. They claimed that their men
did not return the fire Into the train un
til the train reached the stockade. They
testified that their men shot into the air
until the. train came to a stop.
LIST OF KtJLLKD AVI) WOUNDED.
Death Rll Foots l'p Thirteen at Latest
Accounts President II miter Better.;
Virden, Ills., Oct. 14. The following is
a correct list of the dead up to this
writing. Including those who were shot
down and three who have since died
from Injuries: Dead Ed Welsh and
Frank Bilyen. of Springfield; Ellis
Smith and Ernest Kemler, of Mount
Olive; Edwards and A. H. Brene-
man. of Girard; D. H. Kiley. A. W.
Morgan, William M. Carroll, and Thos.
Preston, detectives, of Chicago: Joe
Guitterle. of Mount Olive; Ernest Lon?
and William Harmon, of Girard.
Wounded J. F. Eyster. manager
Climax Trading company, Virden, has
a chance for life; Ansk Ankel and
Gustav Weivsiep. Mount Olive; Ed
Upton and Thomas Jennings. Spring
field; Joe Haines, Joe Runh and George
Kunh, Girard; George Baston and Geo.
Suprich, Mount Olive; Herburt Tygar,
Chicago and Alton engineer; 11. Gulge-
sell, O. J. Snyder and Xacke, St.
Louis; James Sickles and Frank Wilder.
Chicago; J. W.Moonan, St. Louis; Thos.
McEntee, Chicago; P. J. Hanan and J.
H. Smith, St. Louis: John Sinnegan,
Mount Olive; Russell Warren, Cen
tralia. At 10:20 o'clock last night a special
train arrived bearing troops A and C.
dismounted cavalry, from Chicago, and
three companies of Sons of Veterans
known as the new Third from Rockford,
Macomb, Oregon and DeKalb, under
command of Colonel Young.
Springfield. Ills., Oct. 14. Of the men
wounded in the battle between the spe
cial deputies and miners at Virden
Wednesday who were brought to this
city three are dead. They are William
M. Carroll, who resided with his wid
owed mother, Mrs. Lay, in Chicago,
a deputy on the train; Ernest Long,
miner, Mount Olive, and William Har
mon, miner, Girard.
Of the injured George Burton, George
Zobber, and Gustav Weivsiep. of Mount
Olive; Louis TJnger. of Springfield; John
Sinnegan of Mount Olive; Edward Up
ton and Thomas Jennings, of Spring
field: Joe Baston, of Mount Olive: II. A.
Kyger, f Bloomiagton: Wm. Masses,
of St, Louis; James Palmer, of Ne
braska; Patrick Moore, of Virden, and
Ernest Ryan, of Alabama, colored, will
probably recover; Deputy William H.
Clarkson, of Leavenworth. Kas., is un
conscious and will die; State President
Hunter, of the United Mine Workers of
America, Is better and It Is thought will
HERE IS ANOTHER ISSUE.
Lstoeks Says It Is Between the Alton Boad
and tho State.
Chicago, Oct.-14. President T. C.
Loucks, of the Chicago Virden Coal
company, last night made the following
statement: "Our employes having
waited at Atlanta last night and this
morning In order to get to their destina
tion without further attack from mob
violence, and to begin the labors they
were hired to perform, asked that tbey
be again brought to Virden. Their train
accordingly left Atlanta at 3 o'clock
thin afternoon and arrived at Virden at
"Mr. Grey, general superintendent of
the Chicago aad Alton Railroad cora
pary, kas just told me that when the
train, arrived hi conductor was ordered
by the officer la command of the troops
to not unload his passengers,- but to
tVe them smd the train out of town.
Tee conductor tojk the tialn to Girard
five miles beyond Virden. where he
stopped and asked fv,r orders as to the
d:sp.:siticn cf his rassengers. Mr. Grey
wired for such disposition.
"We r?pii?d that the matter was e
of our hiisr; as siwr as our eirmloyes
reached irden, and that if the military
authorities had the power to.do a thin
like this it was a auestion now be
tween the Chicago and Alton Railroad
company, a common carrier, and the
military or state authorities; that ex
ecutive jiower had-been exceeded and
that redress therefor would ce later ou.-
taincd in a legal manner." .
NEGKOES AT THE STATE CAPITAL.
Governor Says He Will Protect Them Un
til TUey "Set Away from Here."
Springfield. Ills.. Oct. 14. All of the
nejrro miners from Alabama who came
to woei in the Chicago Virden
Ccal conTSany's mine at Virden. with
the exception cf a few who went north
on the train from Springfield, are in Al
ien's hall, the headquarters of the local
miners' union in this city. Policemen
are guarding the haU. The ngroes
number ICS. Tha miners at a mass
meeting held yesterday afternoon de
clrej they would no longer beresponsi
ble for the safety cf the negrces.
It was understood that the negroes
would . be shipped back to Alabama
last night, but it was not done.
Adjutant General Reece stated last
nisht that the federation of miners re
fuse to have anything to do with the
transportation of the negroes from here
to their homes, and that the state had
no authority to send them away, and
that the authoriies were In a quandary.
Governor Tanner said last night to an
Associated Tress repcrter: "I intend to
rrotect the regro miners now in this
city f:om Alabama until they get away
from here. For this reason I have had
two troi?ps of cavalry and one company
of Sons cf Veterans remain in the city
until after the funeral of the miners
who were kiiled at Virden."
Alger's Telegram to Tanner.
Washington. Oct. 14. Secretary Al
ger has sent tne following Dispatch to
Governor Tanner, of Illinois: "In the
event that the National Guard of the
state proves insufficient to cope with
the difficulty in protecting life and prop
erty and maintaining order in your
state, the Fifth Illinois volunteer in
fantry, now at Springfield, will in that
emergency be subject to your orders."
Carious Biblical Fragments. '
While the Trellis written Bible was
undoubtedly intended for the use of the
trrown'hp scholar, in whose enso a fair
acquaintance with tho sacred volume
could be assumed, wo have another
species f Biblical fragments, represent
ing the "Reader Without Tears" ot the
old world. They are written in large,
distinct letters and contain as a rule the
first verses of the book of Leviticus,
accompanied or preceded by various
combinations cf tho letters of the alpha
bet which tho child had to practice up
on. Sometimes it is the fragments form
ing the conclusions of books, or, more
correctly, of whole groups of books,
such as tho end of the Pcntatench, tho
end of the prophets and the cud of the
Hagiographa, that yield us important
information!, for in some cases they pos
sess appendices or colophons that give
the date of the manuscripts as well as
tho names of tho owner and of the
Occasionally we come upon a good
scolding, as when the colophon runs:
"This pentateueh (or psalter) was ded
icated by N. NN., in the year : , to
the synagogno , It shall not be
sold, it shall not be removed, it shall
not be pawned. Cursed be he who sells
it, cursed be he that removes it," etc.
Clilcago Grain and Produce.
Chicago, Oet, 13.
Following were the quotations on the
Board of T rade today
December January .
.65 .65" .64 .644
.66 V4 .66 Y3 .Go1-' .65r
.304 -30T4 .SO'i .30'i
.33 .33Vs .3
.22 .22 .221, .22U
.231 .23 .2i!',s .23 V
T.SSVi 7.92'4 7.80 7.S5
97i 9.15 9.05 9.074
4 S2'i 4 83 4.824 82V4
4.90 4.97i 4.90 4.90
Produce: rtutter h.xtra creamery,
19bTi0c per lb; extra dairy. 18c; fresh
packing steck. llHVsc Eggs Fresh
stock. 14S14V6C per dozen. Live Poultry
Turkeys. I'qllc per tb: chickens, 7c;
spring. 7Ha8i-: ducks. 65x tc. Potatoes
Early Ohio. 25 32c per tb. Sweet PotatoesJerseys.-
Chicago Live Mtock.
Chicago, Oct. 13.
Hogs 'Estimated receipts for the day.
27,000: market fairly active, opening
steady, and latr running easier; sales
ranged at $2.6r)i6aS.75 for pigs. l3.503.S2'i
for light. ;:.3i3.au ior rougn paeKing,
I3.50ff3.9O for mixed, and $3.i53.90 for
heavv packing and shipping lots. Cat
tle Estimated receipts for the day, 10,
506; marqet quite active and feeling
strong; quotations ranged at l3.5Ugra.t5
choice to extra steers, $4.85fr5.40 good to
choice do.. $4.604? s.15 for fair to good.
$4. log 4.65 common to medium do., $4.00
4.45 butchers' steers, f 4.15 5.40 fed
western steers. $.20tr 4.10 stocker. $4.0.7
4.60 feeders. $2.00&4.25 cows, $3.00:4.70
heifers. $2.7064.25 bulls, oxen and stags.
$3.2034.50 Texas steers. $3.5094.60 grass
western steers, $3O0a4.40 western cows
and heifers, and $4.00,7.40 veal calves.
Sheep and Lambs Estimated receipts
for the day, 16.000; market fairly ac
tive: feeling seady; quotations ranged
at $3.704.5O westerns. $3.004.70 na
tives, and $3,750 6,33 lambs.
( Milwaukee Oral a.
.-u . o. M.ilwukee. Oct. 13.
W heat Steady; No. 1 north 7.
No. 2 northern. 54c. Oats Hi'-w:
245 25c. Rye Firm;
fo.. 1. 494450c.
44c; sample, lity
Barley Firm; No. 2,
Hay -Timothy. $7a7.S0.
Potatoes -New. 40e.
Butler Fair IJ choice, 1'
7e: freak creamery.
Chickens Fpring-. 7c per pound. ,
Ua?ks per pound
Coal Soft 10c.
Csttle Butchers par for corn fed steers.
4-4;.V cows snd tellers. 3t44tc; calves. 4c.
Spring Lamb (3 s head.
Feed Your Stove
bv the shovelful or
idea that it was necassary to fill a sti
witll fuel to Veen il liot
t2.7$ . . . .5
Sf5?H' duce a greater volume of
Vt of fuel because they are constructed on strict!
LARGEST STOVE PIANT1NTHEWDRLD
fm . Mvers Sr ComtmnF
A few notes regai'din;; fall goods that can be found by looking
at this ad. Here arc some prices we quote: Fall novelties
iu suits the prices range from $18, $20, $22, $23 and up. The
price in the fall trousers range from $.3, $5.50, $6, $6.50 and
upward. Come in and see our line Hue.
JOHN M. PARIDON.
PARIDON & SON,
Shop 419 Seventeenth St.
CHAS. E. HODGSON .
Fire Insurance Agency,
Traders Ins. Co., - - Chicago, 111.
Union Ins. Co. - Philadelphia, Pa.
Rockford Ins. Co. - - Rockford, 111
Security Ins, Co. - New Haven, Conn.
State Ins. Co. - - - Rockford, 111.
Office. Room 3, Buforfl block. Rates
as low as consistent with security.
J. M. Butord,
The old Fire and
Losses Promptly Paid.
-Rates ss low as any
can afford. Your
patronage is solic
ited. FIRE, LIGHTNING . . .
Protect your ho tries
by Insuring in Re
nies. Call oa or address
C. R. Chamberlin,
Telephone 103a '
Mitchell Al Lynda Block.
known Fire and
Roehester German Ins Co Rochester. N Y
w etticnester lore " New York
Buffalo German " Hirffuln N Y
Reliance " Philadelphia
uemaa r ire w Jeona, ill
New Hampshire " Manchester. N II
Milwaukee Mechanics " ......Milwaukee. Wis
s laeuty ana casualty New York
Office earner Eighteenth street and
Second STaoae, second floor.
White Seal saloon
if IS Secoid Amine.
b.i 1een tusilr nl
. ' .
heat with a small
principles. They are most
i t i i : i. l.-
made of the best material to jJ9
be procured. They are most Vy
satisfactory j:i every way, De
cause they enilxtdy the latest
and best ideas requisite to
stove efficiency. There is no
fault to 1 c found with JKWEL
Stoves and Ranges. Famous
for over thirty years. Over
3,ooo,coo now in use.
Ask your dealer for them
and look for the trad? tsark
are sold toy .
GUS E1SGL11S, ,
803 Second Ave.
I1ENKY A. PA HI DUN.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
rmcxan. p.ook island a pacific rail-
L way Tlrktts can be purchased or Bafrgafra
checked at K I a F Twentieth street deuot, ot
C R I P depo. coreer Fifth sTanae and Thirty
drat stree:, Frack Id Plummet, Agent.
Denver Limited fc Omaha.. ..It S:0S smJ
Fl Worth. Denver A It C t : am
M!nnnapo is t fi:.V) tm
Omaus and lies Moines ft fl:00 Sai
tOnnhs Minneapolis tl9:li5am
Omaha A Des Moines Bx .... 7:M am
tOmaha Ei 11 :f S am'
Denver, i incoln A Omflba. .. 1:00 am
$Chlcno'& Pes Moinss li:00 ni
Kock Inland A Burran Ac. .. t 4:30 pin
at Hani A, Mmnearofa 3:00 am
Denver, Kt Worth K O....P 5:W am
tKiiuea City A ht Joseph... 11:10 pm
tRoek Island t Washington. HS:40rm
Chinairn & Des Moin.s t :15 pm
Rock Island Jfc Brooklyn An.. 5:H6pm
t 7 :33 am
f 1:06 as.
SrUB tun ,
t 86 fern
t 6:50 am
1 1:40 asa
exoept 8 an day.
All others daily.
B Js Q RAIL-
lj way ucpot first arenas ana olxtestua
j way Depot rirst sv
rest, M J Young, Afent.
9t "L., Springfield. Peoria.
Bnr. Qaln. vis Monaoatb
Chicago, sterling, Clinton 4
Peoria, Beardstown. Bur
lington, Denver A West....
8t. haul A Minneapolis.....
Sterling, C'intnn A Dnbaqne
t. L., Kna CI v, Denver
A Pae. Coa.t via Galerb'rtr
7.-0m 7:20 pss
tI7:40sm 1 1:40 pat
1 1 :45 pm tlI:R8 in
7:M pm 8:10 am
7.50 pm t 8:4"."
Dally. tDally sxoept Snndsy.
CHICAGO, MILWAUKER ft BT PAUL Rail
wsy Raelno ft dontbwestern Dlvlsloa
Depot Twentieth g'ruct, between first and beoond
svenuos. L II Greer, Agent,
Hall snt Express
7: VI am
t Paul Express
Daily except Sunday.
RUCK ISLAND ft PEOK'A RAILWAY
Derw t First Avenne and Twentieth street.
K Btockboac, Gen'l Tkt Agent.
8.06 am 6:40 pm
1:48 pm 11:15 am
7:10 pm 1 "A am
6:00 am 4:80 pm
8:40 am 8:80 pm
8:V pm 7:ft6 in
Springfield, Cincinnati, Peo-
Feoria, Springfield, fet Lonls
Acenmodatlnn Fs.t Freight.
Feoria, Hprincfield, Cincin
Peoria Accotn. Freight......
Cah'e and Sierrvd Aecora..
Pssserger trains leave C R I ft F (Molina
avenne) depot five (5) minntea earlier than time
sivc-n. Trains marked daUy, ail other trains
dally excent Snnday.
Sawed building stone.
Ashlar and Trimmings
For cheapness, durability and
beauty excelled by none. This
stone does not wash or oelor the
wall with alkali, etc. Plans sent
ns for estimates will receive
careful attentioa and be returned
promptly at oar expense.
Quarries 12 miles from Bock
Island on the C B. 4 Q. Ii. Ii.
Trains Nos. 6 and 10 will stop
and let visitors off and on.
Bridge stone, corn crib
blocks and foundation
stone, any size desired.
Samples of Stone and Photos ol
buildings can be seen at Koom
No. 12, Mitchell A Lynda's build
ing. Address: '
ABTHUB E USB ALL, Msnager
Bock Island or Colons, IU.