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THE AVAiV JS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 18; 181)3.
Highest of all in Leavening Pow
TOOK IT J5V STOltM.
Trouble with New York's Unem-1
ployed Laboring Men. '
DESTRUCTIVE CHARGE ON A HALL
IJmt- (.las r'rtut Sni-tsli-fl Ccriuir
I'rtipri.-tur Insj-ti,! on for If I sr
I'nllrr ChI1.-1 Out nn.l a I.iv.ly Tim
Kxprric-nr.-fl, Winilinc IpnitliH Num-
liercf lln.'i-ii II cutis A I. nisntl That
.nv r-.nu i.t lYuMdr H urt :
Nl.w Y"I:k. Iv The sur-re-a r.f the
fipiinri :!i-t.nv meeti-it; rf the i.n,-mr-'oye-l '
nil the parade held WVlrt-tlny was the '
eliftial ftir a inm-Ii larger (.-atherin iri this
c;ty ye-t-r-l.ty. As early as !i .,', ! , k in !
the nit-rtiiiiK men l i;an to a-seri.Me in '
the vicinity of the Intr::atioii tl In!r ;
K.vc'mr. on f a-t Tt-rth stive:. They
were mostly Un-smiis, ni.ti represented'
I.rint i; !t!:;- t he clot hing t r:i-!es. There were j
cut'tr-. '.nrinet.t inMkip.. hat makers and j
cloak makers in the crowd. At '.I o'clock I
the cr-iwil, hit h was without a l.-ader of
any kind, ha l ctt-wn t- over l.
miiiii'o edd-d to the nun.ljer, and ru
at lea-; ::..i.i were there. When in o'clock
arrive.! the street in front of the exchange
was bi.-rjk with ret-riie. The larL-e hail
down stairs was literally packed. So j
were t he stairs and every one of the little
nieetim," rooms up stair-.
II nil No Money for I'.ecr.
Iiarteiiders st.-txi r. Hi!y in e;u-c:atio!j of
doiii'.' h ruhim; business, but not a single
drink was pure! .used. I inaily a voio
cried t ut that the place was too sma.ll;
ven if a mect.'ntr was intended i! would
be im;..,s-:i(:,. to hold one for want of space.
The sm.ie voice sut ste-1 Walha'.la hail on
Orchar-1 street, au-1 instant y the cry was
taken up. "WV.halla Hall." "Walhalla
Ifalh." and -is if ith one impute the
"crowd f .rmcd in line, nr-d the mach e
Kun tip lenth strt t to First avenue and
lon' Alien s-rt-et to .in:nd. into Orchard,
her- U'alhaoa j.a'l stooil, only a few
dfor away. Word of the comintf of the
unem ! .ye.l had reached Walhalla hall
ahead o! tl.c crowd, at d in the absence of
Fielfmati. the proprietor, hi s.ns and
tiautri.rtrs t-1 rendv to defentl t,A
place. They first bar A, the doors and '
then d-vianded thrnu -li ttu. L-i.t i,,.to
klJOW v. tint the crowd wanted.
The r- .'- tr.mt-T-mk TTiiu theywa..ted
to hoi 1 a !:.eeti-i- in the hall, but had no
money to pay for its use. They were told
that they could not have it. Instantly
there was a crush of break inir class. I'av
lni stones had been seized from the street.
The moment the first pane of lass was
mashed every one seemed to throw cau
tion to t he u in. Is. I'ane after pane of the
plate class went in, and finally the door
was 1,1 so forced. Mr. ITieKman'8 daugh
ter, a yoimtr holy of Is years, tried to fc-ct
in fr -nt of the crowd as it swept in, but
she was thrown asitle. The unemployed
men swept chairs and tables aside in
t.ieir eagerness to hold the meeting and
they hail just about settled down to busi
ness when word of theafTuirwas sent to
the Kidridye police statiom
1'olire Appenr on the Scfine.
The r serves were called out fourteen
in number alid sent on double-quick to
the scene of tumult. Fliegman wanted
every mivri in le crowd arrested, but
finally pointed out three as the ringlead
ers, and they were taken in by the officers
ad hustled to the station without resist
ance by the mob. Then a move was mode
to clear the hall, but thhj was flBfflJoned
in order to clear the street in front, which
was done in a measure, and in the mean
time the crowd surged into the hall until
it was packed, and about this time Flieg
man concluded that it was better to let
them remain, as they might kill him and
his family if lie interfered with them. The
men accordingly held a meeting, at which
all talked at once in some language that
could not lie understood.
Advocated Government Relief.
Finnily the meeting concluded to let one
talk at n time and XV. Helkowsty made a
speech which he afterwards translated
for a reporter. The burden of it was that.
there ought to lie no discrimination against !
iiussiitii worKingmen, anu that they
ought to be able, to apply for work on
equal terms with Americans or those of
any other nationality. Wlmt be advo
cated was an appeal to the United States
fcovernmeiit to furnish them with work.
If there wa, no work to be done the gov
ernment ou'ht to make work for them.
Several other speeches were made de
nouncing the government for not giving
the pom- people work. All the speeches
were received with howls of npproval that
could i f heard for blocks.
ARRIVAL OF A PEACEMAKER.
Ills -iiI I'roilni ). o KfTect on the Hear
lost pli liaroudess arrived nt the hall nt
12:15 o'c'oefc. He held a short conference
with the proprietor of the hall in which
Fliegiiinn stated his side of the case and
told oi the damage done to his place. Ha
rontlcss then entered the hall and ad
dressed the meeting. After introducing
himself he urged the crowd to le-.ve the
hall. The proposition was greeted with a
Btorm of opposition, and the men almost
unanimously cried out that they would not
leave the hall until tite three men taken
prisoners were released. liarondess ar
gued with the crowd for some time, but to
no purpose, antl finally he asked if they
would leave if he secured another and
larger hull for them. 1 he p oposition was
assented to and liaiondoss left to see if he
could secure Clarendon hall.
While the one crowd filled Walhalla
hall there were 1,000 in Covenant hall, a
lew doors away, and on the curbstone a
man made a speech iu which he said that
unless the three men were liberated from
jail the Kssex Market police court would be
stormed. At Walhalla hall a series of
resolutions were passed condemning the
onlice for their conduct. TJie resolutions
er. Latest U. S. Gcv't Report.
Bet fonb tnnt me wen were peseta my dis
posed; that they want w rk and must have
it, and workingmen are varned to prepare
themselves in future ft r a repetition of
inch conduct on the part of the police.
When the t h ree prison rs were arraigned
in police court. Fiienn n refused to make
a Ciriiplaint eayinK that in the excitement
iieuasi;-t sure these were the men, but
adtniltiim the true re.ts-.ii for his cli mencv
' a iuo.'in-iil inter hy btutin that if he com
f ' plaliit-d the men would boycott him sad
: he would !oe tr.eiroustn;ii, besides ri.-kir.R
, Renous injury to himself uid family. Tl;e
.justice t::ct;(trKfl the : len, at thesuiue
i time ..ffiHicini r lieL-min fur n-fiis-.! t,i
c. mplaii.. The j ::slne ouNl lo m;.i:.t;
else ii- ii.e Wmi:. e 1 1 a c. mpl.iii.l, jii.d the
r..n were rtjt-.uM.-a au'l rm.w,; w:ti. yds
.-..' lit bv t
. e cro'
.e the court
W tii.'e this scene was ! eins er.ncted the
'dice were rnovine. The rest rve, in two
parties, swept down ur n (.'.venmt an i
X.'ftlhali-i l.aj's jt aitu t the same mo
ment. Mi;ny brui-e-l ai d lumpy hea ls
resulted .roni the encounter." Thrs?
driven frt.m the two halls which are about
f..rtyor fifty feet apart. fathered alum;
the policemen and the n ore enthusiastic
set up cries of "Stone th m." "Dynamite
them." There was another rush and nu n
tumbled into the street cutters ami an
1 aro',r"1 rou-h-nnd-ttit 1! b- h.-ht t--f.lv
i l-lHCe. 1 ne enrage 1 men -truck riw'ht ami
! left, sometimes ir (li titii; injuries. o;i the. r
j fellows in their blind r:i(.-e
I 1'Le pt lici-men a.t-'ain' use-1 their clubs
iree.y. s -nttermtr the men in all directions
Without leader, and with policemen's
oiii;es wavinif in evt-rv direct i. in tht
crowil when driven into the street knowing
i;ot which way to turn. Inch by inch they
were force. 1 away. Wher? the men will
meet ttiday is problem-itical. Joseph
Harondt ss said the l.ien were under the
impression that Cia-entloti hall had been
engaged, but he found n investigation
that such wa not the case.
FAIR DRAWING THE PEOPLE.
Another BiK Crow. I In A t tendance Im
position Nntf .
CHICAGO, Auw;. Is. The aendance at
the World' fair continues to increase, and
directors who were seen today were
firnilint; a joyous smile. The total paid at
tetdance yesterday footed up 140,4, and
there was ijo special attraction either.
Its sienis to be dawning on the pec pie tbat
Chicaso has the show of their ilfe, and
that if they fail to see it tin y will po down
r",1' - IUU
ways from all parts are at last beginning
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' urtu (.eoj.ie iu crowus ana this week
PliUiiscs to be a banner onaforthe turn
stiles. On the 2Jrt.li there will e a dramatic
event that will 1 one of t le most inter
esting Incidents of the fair. "As You Like
It," Shakespeare's play, will be given in
the open air. among real trees, on the
wooded island. The plot of trie pl iy is all
out doors. Among the actors and actresses
who wi 1 take part ar Itose Coghlan, Kate
Claxton, Salvini, Charles Ooghlan, San
dow ithe strong man, v ho will play
Charles, the wrestler), and Stuart Kobson.
The western roads have refused to con
sider the subject of half-rates to Chicago
on Illinois day at the fair. Thedbpositiou
of rates to the Grand Army reunion in In
dianarolis will result iu fewer of the vet
erans coming to Chicago. The rates are:
Kansas City to Chicaito ant return, $14.."io
plus 43. CT, the cent a-mile rate from Chi
cago to Indianapolis and ret arn.
Today is North Carolin i day and the
Old North State people are celebrating the
b'rthofthe lirst white enile in the state.
Austrian are also celebratir g the birth of
West Point cadets arrive todar to stay
till Aug 2S.
l'iiiti-d Ireland Vim Mistaken.
Loxn in, Aug. IS. Unite 1 Ireland, of
Dnblin, says that the repeated representa
tions made to the lit. Hon. Herbert II. As
quith, secretary of the home o.Tice, re
garding the mentai cond tion of Dr.
Thomas Gallagher, the nlletr ;d dynamiter,
convinced him tbe.t the prisoner was in
sane, and orders were given for his re
lease from prison. The par er adds that
I)r. Gallagher is now on a si ip bound for
New York. In reply to a question in
parliament Astjuith denied the above in
toto, suyiru; that there was n lintenuion of
releasing Gallagher nor, was tiallagher the
The Lake Geneva Itrgatta.
Lake Geneva, Wis., Aug IS. Follow
ing were winners in the second day's races
of the Columbian International regatta:
Junior doubles, Itiverside ere v, both heats;
junior fours, Dubuques, both heats: senior
singles, Headley, I'nssaic, 1:17 all the
above were x mile races; junior singles,
mile, Dale, Ontarios (Chicago), 1":41; junior
doubles, mile, Delawares (Chicago), 10:(ji;
junior fours, Delawares (Chicago), 0:4:!;
senior fours, mile, Delawares, both'
Itig Cut Asked 111 Typesetting.
ST. l'AtL, Aug. 17. The employing
printers here have held a Meeting with
t he Typographical union at which the for
mer proposed a reduction of ihe scale on
moruing newspapers from 42 to Ki ce.li t s
pev thousand, on evening paper and day
work from 8T to i.O cents. A cut from f 1
to 14 per week is asked on that kind of
work. The union will vote o:i the propo
Tried to fcealp leerToot.
Chicago, Aug. 18. As Joe Dione Deer
foot and four other Indians hired to ad
vertise a patent medicine were walking
along Washington boulevard, Chicago,
Deerfoot was attacked by a woman named
Josie Moore, who with a ct rving knife
tried to scalp the Indian. Sha cut the In
dian in four or five places on the head be
fore the police arrested her.l She was
Grasshopper luvade fort Scott.
KANSAS Cm Aug. 18. An invasion of
grasshoppers aa marked as thi.t of 1885-78
basoccurred nt Fort Scott, Kan. They ap
peared from the south and by norning had
laid waste all lawns, stripped trees and
were so thick on the streets that the ground
was almost covered. They art larger than
the old red legs.
A Double and Devilish Tragedy
"TOM-CAT1 MUEPEE3 A FALSE WIFE,
And the Friends of Her Paramonr Take
Terrible Vengeanre on Tom-Cat" The
Squaw Killed and Scalped and Her Mur
derer rtound and Itoasted to leah Hoy
Killed in Kentucky and Mob Organizing
The Criminal Kecord.
Kaliskel, Mont., Aug. 1 An Indian,
called "Kiinn-the-Face-Tom-Cat'' came
here seeking a squaw who had eloped with
a Spokane Indian, "White Klanket." He
found her in the suburbs of the city, and
shot and scalped l.er. "White Blanket"'
and others cornered him, cut off his ears,
then built a fire in the center of the rail
road track and threw him on it bound.
The police arrived tio late to save "Tom
Cat"' or to catch his murderers. "White
Blanket" has taken to the wood.
MURDER FOR FOUR DOLLARS.
A I!oy' Thront fnt and the Inevitable
KvaNsviiik. Ind., Aug. is A farmers
boy at the Ui.iontown, Ky., fair had his
throat c:it fr -m ear to ear by a negro, who
then robbed the lad of 4. The negro es
caped, but was finally caught and identi
fied by the buy ix-fore he died. A mob at
once began forming at Uniontown to go
to Morganfieltl to lynch the prisoner. The
nanu s of the persons concerned in the af
fair cannot Ik.-learned now, as communi
cation by wire with both cities could not
A Style of Crime in Austria.
Vienna, Aug. 1. A gang of men have
been anvs.cd in Biskupitz, Croatia, be
cause they have mutilatetl young children.
These men have f.-r years ma-'e a trade
out of crippling children and then seuding
them out to bog or selling them to others
for the same purpose. When the po'ice
forced their way into the house they found
two girls of Vi to 14 years with their legs
broken. Another girl about the same age
lay on a bed with her right arm broken
anu both eyes gouged out.
Asiaulteil By a Jtlark Urate.
LITTLE K-k.k, Aug. IS. Mrs. Jacob
Schallers was awakened by some one
grasping her throat. She found that her
assailant was a black and burly negro.
She fought desperately, and tried to cry
out, but the villain's grasp was too tight.
Finally by a lucky blow she felled him to
the floor. The noise attracted her hus
band, w ho slept in an adjoining room, and
he came to his wife's rescue. As the door
opened the black brute jumped from a
window and escajs&l.
Five Jail Birds Escape.
Grand Kapips, Mich., Aug. :S. Five
prisoners have escaped from the county
jail and are still at large. Ttey were in
the west corridor of the third floor, and
some time during the afternoon they cut a
hole through the sheet iron covering of
the corridor. After dark they cut througn
the roof of the jail and made tteir escape.
George II. Wilson, Tony Pulaski, Ernest
French. Phillip White, and Clarence Hall
are the men who made their escape.
Cashier Koeitlng Captured.
Denver, Aug. 18. John It. Koettinp,
the missing cashier of the South S.de
Savinzs bank at Milwaukee, Wis., who
appeared in this city city Saturday, Aug.
6, ami then dropped out of sight, has been
arrested at St. Anthony's hospital, where
he has been for the past ten days under
the name of Herman. He spent most of
his time iu the chapel praying. IX'i
She Is a Femine Monstrosity.
Dzkison, Tex , Aug. 18. A woman in
man's attire has been arrested here. She
is said to be the notorious "Tom"' King,
who was arrested and jailed at Guthriej
O. T., a mouth ago. Sho broke jail and
escaped shortly ufter. She says her name
is Nellie Hodge, but contradicted herself,
and is undoubtedly the woman horsethief.
The otber day sue killed an ofheer from
Foul Double Murder in luwa.
CHEUokee, la., Aug. IS. The farming
community sixtetu miles southwest of here
Is highly excited over a cold-blooded mur
der. A neighbor who went to the houc
of Martin Shultz found that he and his
wife had been shot dead aud the bouse pil
laged. The Schultzes were old aud de
crepit and supposed to h.ive money iu'the
One More Jealous Dastard.
Chicago. Aug. Is. A corset steel saved
the life of Dollie Davenport.of 120 Twenty
fourth street. Frauk Hickey, a jealous
suitor, attempted to kiil her with a long
bladed knife. The biade struck one of
the stays of her corset and to that fact
she owes her life.
Milwalkke, Aug. is. A Chippewa
Falls, Vv'is., special says: An attempt
v as made to assassiuute W. L. Seymour,
cashier of the defunct Seymour bank, at
his home. He was out doors and two
shots were fired by .some one in conceal
ment. Chose a New Style of Suicide.
Wichita, Kan., Aug. 18. Chester Wei
rich, a wealthy farmer living just outside
the city, a man of suicidal tendencies,
managed to get awy by himself for some
hours, aud when his relatives found him
he was reclining iu a grave that he had
himself dug, and was partially covered
with earth which ho was raking over him
self with a hoe. Oil the ground within his
reach was a vial of l:t.:dunuiu which it
was evidently the iutent of the would-be
suicide to take wheu his grave-lilliug task
All Handled Into One Suit.
Milwaukee, Aug. 18. All the claims
against the AYiscousiu Marine and Fire In
surance Company bank and against its
stockholders upou their individual liabil
ity are to lie adjusted iu one equity suit.
Actions at law w ill not hold, and all those
who have already begun such suits will
have to discontinue them. The estate of
Alexander Mitchell is brought into the ac
tion as a defendant.
Receivers Introduce the Knife.
Xew York, Aug. 18. The receivers of
the Northern Pacific railroad have or
dered the following economies: Salaries
from 1,200 to $5,000 to be reduced 10 per
cent., from $6,000 to $10,000 15 per cent.,
and above $10,000 to be reduced 25 per cent.
Edison, the electric wizard, is at the
World's fair. He says he has given np
electricity because nil bis inventions are
stolen. He is now engaged in metallurgy,
and says he makes sapphires and rubies,
the latter costing not more than $5 per
Illustration of the "stringency:" Two
burglars blew open t wo s 'fes in the Midway,
Mass., savings bank, and got only f 1 for
An illicit whisky still in full operation
was discovered in a cell of the county jail
at Birmingham, Alt. The plant consisted
of a bucket, a piece of glass pipe, three tin
boxes for fernienters. and a spittoon for a
furnace. Apples and molasses provided
Thomas J. Hankins. "Jeu"' as he was
familiarly called, a noted horseman and
gambler with a reputation for being
"square,'" is dead at Chicago, aged 5 years.
At Cotreyville. Kits., last week s.l In
dians were paid $.v.l each. The Coffey
ville banks have received for deposit and
collection over $'i',0u0 of the checks, and
ConVy ville merchants secured something
like f lOb.tv-o.
One effect of the stringency is seen in
the fact that since the banks have been
refusing to honor drafts the money order
business has increased to a very appreci
Tne 114th Illinois regiment is holding a
reunion at Jacksonville. There is a large
There have been no new cases of yellow
fever at Pensacola, Fla., ami the story of
panic there is denied.
The Atlantic express of the St. Louis
and San Francisco railway was held up at
St. James, loo miles southwest of St.
Louis, by two men. They compelled the
messenger to open the way safe, but he
did not know the combination of the
through safe. They got but little moLey,
so the express people say.Jund made their
Mrs. Ella M. Dixon, of Chicago, upon
hearing Judge Dunne dismiss a case sho
was interested in, exclaimed: "May a
curse fall upon you, Jutiire Dunne." With
these w-ords she fell to the fi.jjr in a f.iint.
She was hast'ly removed from the room.
C. H. Billings, representative of a lew
York hou.se, lost a case of black drilling
aiamonus wortn f.,ix at St. Louis. He
believes it was stolen.
The Chicago E vening Journal has been
advertised for sale. Friction in the man
agement is the alleged cause, and the
property is said to be a paying one. It is
desired to have a reorganization.
During the military niantmivers at
Koninssberg, Germany, Count Elinkoas
stroen was fatally sur.struck.
Minister and Mrs. Blount have startel
from Sun Francisco to Washington.
The brothers of John Cudahy, the Chi
cago speculator, have come to his rescue
and offered to pay his creditors in five
Mrs. Selina Gieselnian, of Macon, Mo.,
has sued the Wabash railway lor $30,000
for the loss of a leg and her husband wants
$10X1 additional for the loss of her ser
vices. E. P. Johnson, a farmer, was killed by
his team rtirming away at Oakland, Ills.
Hat Men Want l'rompt Ueeal.
New Yoi;k, Aug. IS. The Hat Trade
association of the United States, through
its executive committee, has sent a set of
resolut ons to the senate and house of
representatives urging the members to vote
for tl.e immediate repeal of the silver pur
chase clause of the Sherman law.
Ilrinpsey-IIurge Fight Not Off.
ST. PAI L, Anj. I". Gus Tuthid, Jack
Dempsey"s manager, has arrived in St.
Paul, antl says that the report that the
light with liurge is "t-lT ' is false. Demp
sey has left the hospital aud wi.l go into
Mail Collector Arrested.
St. Louis, Aug. lb. William J. Corrig.ir,
a mail collector, has lieen arrested for
stealing letters from the mail boxes cu his
route. Decoy letters caught him.
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Chocks or certilioatos on all .Savings banks aeceptetl in j-a vm- i, : ..
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We give a few of the
offer this week:
Japanese tea-pots 1"2, 14. 17c
White pranite plates, 5in 03e
" Gin 04c
" Tin Ooc
side dishes 05c
' coveretl sugars 15c
Everything in the store
week Everything must
avoid the rush.
A Clearing Sale
All of the above goods will lie sold at ami below
cost to make room for the Fall stock.
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bargains; which we will
White granite bakers. . .7, 10, 15, 18c
" platters 9, 23, 28c
" " scollop nappies 7, 9, 11c
18 tit dish pans 25c
8 iu pie tins 2c-
will be slaughtered this
go. Come early and
Geo. H. Kingsbury
FAIR AND ART STOR.
etreet Davenport, Iowa.