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i 1 i Alto US, TUESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1893.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
RIOT IX A ROTUNDA
Fierce and Bloody Fight in a
Hotel at St. Louis.
TWENTT-nVEMEN ATTACK SIXTEEN
KlstB j:f,l Kirst, Hut Pistols nml Knives
liroiiKlit Into Anion I.ntrr Half the
C'ombntltlltiWouiKleil A Handle.; Hang
ing in Anstria The Uxeeiilinner C'hukr
the i'rituiier to Ieath With Hi Hamls
lieeord of Crime.
ST. Ix.iis, Auk. 8. The rotunda . f the
St. James, one of the principal hotels of
the city, was a scene of riot and bloo !shed
in which forty men were engaged. The
contestants were union and non-union
boiler makers. Twenty-five lraw::y :.nion
men marched to the front of the hotel and
immediately opened battle on the sixteen
non-union workmen (piartered there. It
was give and take in hot fashion with fits
until the sixteen were forced to retreat to
the rotunda. Here the battle was renew
ed with chairs and cuspidors. Knives anil
pistols were at la.it drawn. Clerks, quests
and bystanders beat a retreat und pande
The "IVelers" Come In View.
At this juncture the arrival of a squad
of police put most of the union men to
flight and the struggle ended. Six nrrexts
were made. Of the forty men engaged
fully one-half were injured, some of them
seriously. One month aco l,iM boile-- i
markers demanded ten hours pay for nine j
Hours' time and went on a strike. The!
O'Urien c inpaiiy secured t-ixtee., mm- '
union men and they were put to work Fri
day. Overtures from the union to thj new
men were unsuccessful aud the appeal to
force followed.. Officers of the union say
that the men ciigag'.-d were reckless hot
heads and unt entitled to sympathy or
support. T1k! lion union men weve stop
ping at the St. .'l ines onl temporarily and
such a scene was never before witnesse-' i:i
AN EXECUTION IN AUSTRIA.
Ilitllj;tn:tli le!ili THlely C hokes the
Victim to Iteath.
Viknna, Aug. S. A revolting scene oc
curred at an execution that took place
at Kri ms, a "own eighty-eight miles north
east of Vicuna. A convict named Iirnn
ner, who was serving n term of imprison
ment at. Krems, attacked a warden in the
prison there and kiiled him. lirunner was
tried on a charge of murder, convicted
and sentenced to death. Capital punish
ment in Austria consists of hanging, not
c(h a scaffold, but on a post at the top of
which a hook holds the noose. The usual
formalities were gone through with and
IJrunner was hanging with his feet but a
short distance from the ground.
He struggled and gasped, and it was
evident that something was wrong with
the arrangement of the noose. Several
minutes elapsed aud H-uiiner was still
alive and no one could tell when death
would relieve him of his agony. Finally
the executioner took matters literally into
his own hands aud mounting the ladder
at the hark of the post he placed one
hand over the mouth of the struggling
man and with the other choked him until
life was extinct.
lotji of Just ftuch I.nnnties.
COLUMBUS, O., Aug. S. Cashier Mapel,
of the Exchange bank, and who was
wounded iu the bank robbery which re
sulted in Frank Van Loon's hanging, has
made public the murderer's confession.
Van Loon acknowledges the robbery of the
bank, but says that it was done during a
spell of insanity to which he was subject
from the effects of an injury to his head
when he wit but 11 years old. The con
fession was given to Mapel under pledge
that it should not be published until after
the execution, und if Van I.0011 escaped
execution it should not lie made known ut
lie Hits Left the Country.
CllKVF.XNfc, W'yo., Aug. s. William
T.-... ..... .. . r x- t i. .
iwuiui, a kiuuiiiiiiii ui urn, i re-:
inont county, has been found dead near
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his raucu. i acre was a miner note in Ins '
breast, one eye was knocked out and he '
was otlierwi.se mutilated. Ker-ten was on
trial during the last term of court for
Stealing a bull, but was le iju it led. It is
said the charge was a trumped up one, the
idea being 'o stud him to jail or force him
to leave the country. Suspicion points to
parties in eresled in the prosecution be
ing concerned iu the murder.
Hold Uohhers ill Neiv 7-Iexico.
Drii.vsoo, Col., Aug. s. Information
lias just reached here that three masked
men walked into Uowmau's general store
at Farmiiiglon,N.M.,iind ordered every one
in tiie More, among them Ilcprescntative
liowman, to throw up their hands. They
went through the safe, securing f 1,-Jiju in
money ami diamonds i:iid jewelry to the
value of SiOO. The men then backed out
of the store, mounted their horses and rode
away iu the direction of tlnJXavajos res
ervation. A posse is iu pursuit.
Murdered by His 1'risoner.
LITTLE Hock, Ark., Aug. p. A detective
employed iu the secret service of the gov
ernment urrested a fugitive from justice
at a tie c imp near Saf ton and started with
his prisoner for the railway station two
miles distant. Next morning the body of
the detective was found in a ditch, his
throat cut and his face and body horribly
mutilated. The pockets in his clothing
were turned wrong side out and relieved
of everthing by which he could be identi
fied. The Woman Shooting Dastard Again.
JACKSOX, Mich.. Aug. 8. Charles Mc
Corniick shot aud fatally wounded Miss
Jeannette Neil in tit is city. The tragedy
occurred at the home of Miss Neil's sis
ter, Mrs. John Kelly. McCorniick Lad
been to see the young lady Sunday even
ing and he asked her to marry hiji. She
rafused. He later shot hiiruwlf tmouiu
heou. Neil Jut lie n r
the doctor fay.
Ali!-s -N.nl will live,
New Canoe for Firing a Salute.
llATTi-:s-lii M s., Aug. S. liill Iur
vis, a notor.ou.. wii tecapper and desper
ado, who lias been a terror to Marion enmi
ty, Miw , was conv.eted at a special term
j SK?': ilriiiSl
celebrated t lie convii tion of Purvis
ing PM guns.
Iot Whisky Is Very Dea.Uy.
Amks, la., Aug. S. The police have dis
covered in a vacant 1 ouse the dead body of
Con Ix-ouard mid insensible Charles Hall
and Charles Simmons, who had evidently
! been drugged. The latter were brought
! to oy the a:l or stot lacli pumps, it ikis
been learned that the men obtained on!y
an hour before what they supposed to be
whisky. A flask containing the deadly
fluid was found and has been sent to the
college .o be ana lyzo 1. It is known who
sold the ding and trouble will undoubted
ly follow. The men were tesblents of Ne
vada, the cou.:.:y sea-, eight miles east of
Their Stt lien Ii. I Not '"Consist."
Ovin, Mich., Aug. 8. Henry I.yvere, a
farmer living two miles north of here, wit.
found dead, shot thr nigh the heart. His
wife said that her husband waa called out
of the house, got an i x and a revolver and
started down the lane. She then heard the
report of a revolver a id awakened her half
brother, John J. Lap They went out and
found her husband lying on the ground
dead, and ar used the tieighlmrs. I jape
says that he kiu sitting on a fence when
he heard the report f the revolver, thus
contradicting his sist -r's story. Lape has
l'ro-peet of Another Lynching.
IIanmu.u., Mu., A ig. S. John Nelson
drove his aged parents from the tent in
which he and his fa uily live near Salt
river. The old peoplt were given shelter
by John Stahl, a faiMier. This enraged
Nelson, who went to the house of Staul
and shot Stahl's mo her, killing her in
stantly. He then slut Stahl in the ab
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is in jail at New Homion.
A lynching is Prohahle."
MALVr.KX, Ark., A ig. 8. F. Jones, a
tramp employed on t le farm cf Mr. Her
man, three miles south of here, yesterday
assaulted F.d Ryan, another employe,
with a scythe, morta'.ly wounding him.
The murderer escap-d. A lynching is
RETALIATION IN POLITICS.
Thins r the Silver M -n ns Stated by Col.
A. C. risk.
Chicago, Aug. 8. Colonel A. C. Fisk, of
Colorado, a delegate to the silver conven
tion, ha9 remained in the city in consulta
tion with prominent bimetallism from all
sections of the count! y perfecting plans
to briii a pressure to b -ar on congress to
give the nation free coinage of silver. lie
stated to a United I'n ss reporter that a
determination had l-en reached to use
every possible argume it to convince the
east that it was the interest of ull classes
to restore silver and give the couutry a
larger per ca, ita circt lation with which
to do business, and if i he east persisted in
reducing the volume of money which he
said would enslave the west and south
that a combined effort would be made by
those sections to wipe out protective tariff
and pension every soldier who served ia
in either the Feden 1 or Confederate
armies, their widows nnd orphans, and to
enact a law providing a graduated income
tax for that purpose.
Threaten to ICurn t to Test House.
ST. Louis. Aug. 8. In the southern end
of the city is situated the quarantine pest
house. Kecently the itjw.fTieials decided
to remove the inmates of the poor farm to
quarantine. The pest house h;:s long been
a source of complaint to the suburban
residents in its neigh lorhood and they
have often usked for its removal. Now
that they ere to receive a large addition of I
undesirable neighbors open defiance has j
taken the place of mild protest. A vlgi- !
lance committee was formed last week and
notice given the authorities that, if the
notice given tlie authorities that if t
lumpers were sent, there the cuarauti
t...:i.l: l , .
"uimings wuuiu oe uu.ueu.
No Vacancies in I lie Ilo:irI.
Sl-niNt.FIKLIi, Ills., j.ug. 8. Last week
Attorney General Moloney supported tho
governor's view that tii ? congressional re
apportionment has created two vacancies
in the state board of eqi alization and ihut
the governor has inithoi it y to till them by
appointineiit. The governor submitted
the same question to Ju Ige Lyman Trum
bull, who holds that it eaunot be done le
gally. In consequence the governor has
announced that, he -has decided not to
make any appointments
i:lilor of Hujier' You ir I'eople Ieat!.
Nkw Voiik, Aug. 8. Alfred Huticr
Storey, editor of The Harper s Young l"eo
ple, died ut St. Luke's hospital of typhoid
fever. He had be. ti in the hospital two
weeks. He was taken ill with typhoid
fever three weeks ago. Mr. Storey was
born in Nottingham, F.ngland, about
thirty-five years ago. 1 e was graduated
from Oxford und short! . afterward came
to this country.
One Wreck on Top of Another.
Danville, Ills., Aug. 8 The Big Four
railroad had another wreck here. A
temporary trace hud lieen constructed
down the hillside to the wreck at the
North Fork bridge, and au engine and derrick-car
were started dow n on this track.
The grade was very st ;ep. The engine
ran away, the derrick ci r was buried in
the old wreck at the eud of the track and
the engine was derailed.
Iron Mills Kesume Work.
PlTTSBUBO, Aug." 8. Work has been
partially resumed at Jon. & McLaugh
lin's American Iron worfci. Seven mills in
the finishing department, the billet mill
and the steel plant are in operation. About
500 men are at work and 2,500 employes
MESSAGE iS HEADY
But the Senators Are too Hasty
on One Occasion.
E AELT AD J OTJENMEHT LOSES A DAT.
Secretary Purtten Just Leaving the White
House With the Dwumrnt When He
Learns That the I'pper House Has Ad
journed A Guess at Its Snbstanee One
of Michigan's Seats Chnllengcd in the
House Leaders Iu the Silver Fight Con
ferring. Washixgtox, Aug. 8. About the only
tipple that has disturbed the monotony at
the opening of the house in extra session
was the challenge bv Burrows of Richard-
s.n's right to the seat for the Fifth Michi -
gan district. When the call of the roll of
states had reached Michigan and the mem
bers from that st.-ite lined up Richardson
was in the line. Burrows caught the '
speaker's eye and said: "I object, Mr. !
Speaker, to the oath of office being ad- ,
ministered to Mr. Richardson, whose
name appears on the roll. It is customary !
in such cases for the member to stand
cside for the present."
"Mr. Richardson will ttand aside until '
the conclusion of the organization of the I
house," said the speaker, and Richardson 1
retired to the rear. After the oath of
office had lieen administered to all the
members, O'Ferrall of Virginia moved
that George F. Richardson be now sworn
A Supreme Court Decision.
Burrows in opposition offered Resolu
tions declarii.g the fact that the creden
tials held by Richardson have lieen voided
by the decision of the Michigan supreme
court, and that the Michigan state board
of canvassers have certified that Chas. E.
Belknap was electedfromtheFi'thdistrict
of that state: also resolving flint 11i11rnnn I
be sworn in ns the memlier from that dis
trict. The business was then postpoLed
for the day. After the elect ion of officers,
the senate having adjourned, the house
proceeded to draw for seats.
The President's Message.
If the senate had not felt it incumbent i
taaiijourn out of respect for the memory
of Senator Stanford the message would
have been read, for Secretary I'ruden, of
the White House force, was about to en
ter his carriage with the message when
the announcement that the senate had ad
journed was received. Consequently the
transmission of the message was withh Id
until this aftrnoon. As to its length n-d
substance the report is that it is not more
than a column and a half long. Its sub
stance can only be conjectured, but thec
are some pointers abroad, from sources
considered w jll informed.
Devoted Kntirely to Silver.
From these sources it is learned that the
message deal-exclusively with the silver
question, ard as a central point recom
mends unconditional repeal of tho Sher
man net. It. however, recognizes that
silver is one of the money metals of this
country which must lie maintained, b.it
points out that with the present attitude
of European countries the proper rawo
between gold and silver ca:i not lie main
tained by this country alone. Therefore,
it does not favor the coinage of silver un
der present conditions, except for subsiui
ary purposes. These are said to be sub
stantially the views expressed in the mes
sage. COCKRAN TO OPPOSE SILVER.
And Iiynura to Help Him Anxious for the
Fight to Ilegin.
Washington-, Aug. 8. Bourke Cockran,
of New York, and Bynum of Indiana, it is
said, are to be the leaders of the anti
silver forces on the Democratic side of the
floor of the house. It is stated that the
distinguished Tammany orator, at the
suggestion of Cleveland himself, Jhas de
voted his spare time during the summer to
ihe study of the question in all its phases.
A few days ago Cockran went to Cullier
son of Texas and to Bland and stated that
the anti-silver men were willing to start iu
with the discussion of the silver question
on the second day of the session, without
referring it or waiting for its considera
tion or report by any committee.
The underlying motive of this sugges
tion is said to be a fear tu Cockran 's part
that Speaker Crisp wili give the silver
in -n a majority ot tlie coinage committee.
II urged upon the silver leaders that to
wait for a committee report would delay
action, since it. would be at. least two
weeks and probably three be inn.- any com
mitters would be a::i:o;mced. Culberson
told Coekra;i t hat be would not ag te to
his proposition; that lie believed the sil
ver men could uet their views before the
country in very much lifVr shape if tliey
were embodied in a report from a major
ity of the committee on coinage.
The intention is t ii.it Co. k ran shall at
the first oppt i t unity introduce a bill to re
peal the Sherman act outright without
any condition or sub.-t itute. Culberson,
or some one in that interest, will also in
troduce a hill which will provide f(,r the
repeal of the urchu'siiig clause of the
Sherman act, a;:ii for liie coinage of silver
without charge for mintage at the ratio of
Bixteen to one. Thi bill, it is understood,
in its wording will follow nsclosely as may
be section seveu of the Democratic olat-
form of lSIc.
This section favors the coinage "of both
gold and silver, without discriminating
against either metal or charge for iniutage,
but the dollar unit .f coinage of both
metals must be of equal intrinsic and ex
changeable value, or adjusted through
international ngreein -nt, or by such safe
guards of legislation r.s shall insure the
maintenance of the parity , of the two
metals and the equal pow e of every doll.tr
at all times i;i the market and iu the pay
of debts." By thisrmeati8 it is thougnt
that the Democrat ic opponents of a bill
thus framed will be put in the attiuide be
fore the country of opposing their own
A Suspended Honk to ICeopen.
Washington. Aug. 8. Comptroller Eck
els has authorized tun First National bank
of Hutchison, Kan., late suspended, to
reopen for business.
Found a Woman's Remain.
Henderson. Ky., Aug. 8. While two
fishermen, Hubert Eddy and Tim Edlin,
were examining their trot lines at the
point above Sbawncetown they discovered
a pork barrel floating sluggishly near the
ULinois shore. They knocked in the bead
ing and were horrified to find the nude re
mains of a woman. The lower limbs and
head were detached from the trunk. From
the luxuriant brown tresses and perfect
set of teeth the finders assumed that it
was the body of a young woman.
ABBREVIATED 1 ELEGHAMS.
The Chicago Iron and Steel company at
East Chicago, has assigne 1. Assets, t30o,
OOrt: liabilities, about $SJ,000.
The Bevier coal miners at Macon, Mo.,
have refused to go out on a strike in sym
pathy with the Kansas miners.
It is reported that Kaiser Billy will have
a yacht quilt to compete for the Amer
ica's cup as well as the Brenton Reef aud
Cape May cups now held in England.
It appears by a bill in equity before the
supreme court of Massachusetts that there
are already claims for 3,000,000 against
securities valued at 1ii,0im, representing
part of the assets of the Northwest Guar
anty Loan com panj-, cf Minneapolis,
which became insolvent in May.
It is now expected that all the large ele-
j vators of Minnesota will take out licenses,
as required by the new law. This is
' ,05rt UP? as an u,,Jl
! l5'. t0 ?
cation that the crop
moved soon, that the
money will begin to come in, and that
j times generally will be better.
I A Kansas City man has just paid ?",500
j for a tin box filled with paper. He took
twenty-seven carloads of Hour to New
1 York and sold it. receiving large bills in
payment. Wanting small bills lie applied
1 to a stranger, who took him to Redbank,
! X. J., to get them. There they met a
second stranger. The rest of the story
runs in the usual channel.
I Two men, locked in a cell of the "bull
j pen" at the Jackson (Mich.) peniutentiary,
pried open the cell door, scaled the wall
Obituary At Fairbury, HI., Isam Moore,
aged 74. At Madison, Ind., Joseph Moses.
At Galena, 111., Mrs, D. F. Loveland, aged
05. At Watertow n, Wis., Mrs. John Gol
rick. A party of nine persons was overtaken
on Jamaica bay, ii I., by a severe thunder
storm, and lightning instantly killed two
and injured live others.
Ex-Vice Ires;dent I.evi I Morton and
, his family will sail for Europe on Aug. 10
j to remain abroad for an inuelinite period.
1 rated in
inceui. ami jonn iiaie, oroiuers, sepa-
1744, one going south and the
other west. One entered the L'nion and
the other the Confederate serv;ce,and each
thought the other dead until recently,
w-hen they met by accident in Ashland,
Ky. They have for years been living
within half a day's ride of each other with
out knowing it.
Ex-Governor Grant, of Colorado, the
great smelter of silver, exceeding even the
volume of business of ex-Senator Hill in
that line, has sold the government Within
two years, it is reported, 20,000,i0 ounces
Ephraim Aikman, an old resident of Ko
komo, Ind., after a quarrel with his fami
ly, blew his head off with a shotgun. He
was 64 years old.
Scores on the Diamond.
Chicago, Aug. s. Basa ball games
played by league clubs resulted as follows:
At Cleveland (two game) Louisville 2;
Cleveland, 7: Louisville P, Cleveland 6; at
Pittsburg Chicago 2, Pittsburg 5; at Cin
cinnati St. Louis 11, Cinc.nnati 12: at
Washington Boston 4, Washington 3; at
Baltimore Philadelphia 'J, Baltimore 14;
at Brooklyn New Yuri 1'', Brooklyn 3.
Conrad IJoj in Kentucky.
West Point, Ky., Aug. . Sam and
Bill Conrad, who shot and killed five mem
bers of the Harrison county, Ind., white
caps early Sunday morning, h ive not been
captured. They crossed t he Ohio at the
mouth of Mosquito creek and told the
ferryman who they were.
The Hank Is Sound as Ever.
St. Paul, Aug. S. The report that the
ratuh. in .unjiieiou, .timn., nau susjienueu
is incorrect, The Bank of Mapleton is as
sound as ever and doing business as usual.
The ( Hapin Mining I'ropcrty.
MlLWAUKKE, Aug. a Ferdinand Schlcs
inger has transferred the Schlesinger in
terest in tho Chapm mining property to
his creditors, who will work the property
until they realize 100 cents on the dollar.
After they do this they are to hand the
property back, to Schlesinger. Schies.
inger hopes to be in a position by that time
to operate the Chapin properties without
injury to his other interests.
a nr VcM-nuy famrii Atvay.
V"i:sTRir.o, Mass. Aug. 8. General Geo.
B. Bingham died at his residence in West
boro. He was born in Rochester, N. Y.,
April 2y, 1S21. He was one of the first men
in Wisconsin to enlist iu the United States
service at the breaking out of the war.
Wisconsin Will Sue the Kank.
Madisox, Aug. S. The state authorities
live decided to begin suit to recover $1,
400,000 tied up by the Marine bank sus
penion, to.Ono iu the Milwaukee National
bank and .tv.OG.OOO iu the Commercial bank
ut E:iu Claire.
I.arly Traiihlationx cif the ISilile.
In 170 years after the death of ChrNt the
whole Eible had been translated into I.aiiti
by some unknown writer into what is now
known :;s old Italic vm-ion. Kythe
yerir -i ': it e. a c.ta; t i;i Gn i I;. Syi ire d
I.at in, mid !iv t lie ninib C"nti:ry in 111 hm
ijuaH'.'s. Who t an J'romiunce His Xamc?
The many friends of Mr. Joseph Sid, will
be pleased to learn that his intejrrity and
ability have been recognized. Mr. tldz
was called into the presence of Director
I'ollner on Saturday and asked whether he
would accept appointment as Poundkeeper
at the south end. Cleveland Leader.
The feasibility and advantage of dredg
ing the Salmoil river with a view to ob
taining its concentrated treasure in the
form of placer gold is being earnestly dia
cussed bv California scientific writers.
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To every sufferer from Catarrh, no matter
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Chocks or certificates on all Savings banks accepted in pavnien: ! :
roods ami in settlement of accounts.
A FAIR EXCHANGE.
You can't afford to be mistaken in a shoe. If it
is all right, you can wear it; if it isn't, you can't.
plain about. You will like our fine 83 shoes. For a good
maty reasons ic will please you. It fits well, weara well, lotks
ell and gives you what you pay for comfort and satisfaction.
Will accept Roc Island Savings Bank certificates of de
posits in payment cf goods and accounts.
Weight & Greer) await.
1704 SECOND AVENUE.
Cut in Half.
We give a few of the
offer this week:
Japanese tea-pots 12. 14, 17c
White g-ranite plates, 5in 03e
" - " " Gin 04c
" " " Tin 05c
" side dishes 05c
' covered sugars 15c
Everything in the store
week. Everything must
avoid the rush.
All of the above gocds will be sold at and Below -
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away. Don't make a mistake
iu buying. Get a good, honest
equivalent for jcur mr-ney in
good, honest ehoeleather an 1
you'll have nothing to com
bargains which we will
White g-ranite bakers... 7, 10, 15. Sc
" platters 9, 23, 28e
44 4 4 scollop nappies 7, 9, 11c
18 qt dish pans 25c
8 iu pie tins 2c
will be slaughtered this
go. Come early and
Geo. EL Kingsbury
FAIR AND ART STOR?.
street Davenport, Iowa.