ROCK ISLAND' ARGU
VOL. ttttt. IfO 294.
BOCK ISLAND, ILL,, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1395.
PBIC3 TUBES 6Z3T3.
CRIME OF A WOMAN
Inspired by Jealousy She Com
mits Foul Murder.
DISGUISED IN THE GARB OP A MAS
filic Kilter, the Houm of Her Supposed Ri
val nf Mortally Hlioots Her Fart of Hex
inguiM Itetray Her and Her Son Gives
liKTimliiatiiiK Testimony, Which LeaUl
II i r lu (.'onfma Further of the Hopelcw
una of Uout'i Case.
Scto, Ore., Oct. 1. Mrs. John Hannah,
43 ycarti of age, and the mother of a fain,
ily, donned masculine garb and false
whiskers, and lit uiglit entered the house
of Mrs. Lottie I fiat t and shot her twice.
Her motive was jealousy. Mrs. Hiatt, she
believed, hal estranfrcd the affections of
her husband. The Hiatt family, topcthci
with Mrs. KlizalK'th Holman, Mrs. Lottie
Hiatt's mother, lives about a quarter of a
. mile north of Jordan's store, n little settle
ment eight iniles from Hcio, and at dusk
their home was approached by a man who
gruffly dcintindcd admittance. This being
-f uccorded him he entered and, drawing a
pintol, told the inmates to throw up their
hitnda mid say where they kept their
Pti;ipHMd Itobher Does moody Work
Mrs. Holman, aged 82 years, resented
the intrusion and promptly seized a billet
of wixid and gave the Intruder a snug rap
on the face with it, being instantly
knocked down for her temerity. Having
quieted the aged woman, the man turned
tixin Mrs. Hiatt with his six-shooter and
begun firing. One shot went wild, but
the second and third struck the unfortu
nate woman near tho heart and she sank
dying to tho floor. The robber, to make
sure of his work, bent over tho prostrate
woman and shook her violently, to as
certain whether she was dead or not. The
scoundrel fled and Mrs. Hotmail made
liuste to Jordan's Store for help. .
ltetrayed by Her Own Son.
Scverel men who were at tho storj
hastened to the house and did all in their
power to succor the stricken woman.
They found on the iloor a hat, a false
mustache and a pair of eye glasses.
Some one present rcc.ogni7.cd tho hat us
the proicrty of young Hannah and this
announcement precipitated a search fur
the young man, who was not to be found
until early next morning. When charged
with the deed and confronted with the
hat he denied the killing, but admitted
that the hat was his projicrty, declaring
further that hi mother had borrowed
It the evening before, but for what pur
Hse he did not know, remarking inci
dentally that she had not returned home
until 1 o'clock lu the morning.
ConfeKM'H Her Terrible C rime.
The searchers immediately sought oul
Mrs. John Hannah, the Ixiy's mother, and
under menacing inquiries she at hist broke
down and confessed that she hud pur-loim-d
a suit of her husband's clothes and
her sou's hat, donning them and doing
the work. The would-bo murderess va
turned over to tho oflieers of the count j
and is no-.v in jait, while her victim, al
though still living, U beyond hope of re
covery. KKKMS NO HOl'K FOB IH'ICK.WT.
His Alibi tirows Worae the More It Is Kjc-
aiuineil The King Incident.
PAS KUAM'Isco, Oct. 1. Sineo tho ad
journment of the Durrant trial last Fri
day tho prisoner's attorneys have visited
Cooper Medical college several times and
have had frequent Interviews with stu
dents whom tliey will put on the stand in
hocs of bracing up the alibi which t lie
defense wants to establish. It Is thought
that several of the college boys will testi
fy to having sei-n tho accused between 1
and 2 o'clock on the afternoon of April 3,
but if ony will give evidence that Dur
rant was in the college until 3:3) in the
afternoon he Is not known. The attorneys
for the defense are building on what K. A.
Digging will testify. Diggins is a mem
lier of the sophomore class, but frequently
attended the senior class lectures.
There ho met the defendant. The lat
tor claims that ho spoke to Digginstlur
ing Dr Cheney's lecture on the after
noon that lllanche Lamont disappeared,
Jmt Diggins' memory is rather hazy.
Charles Lanahan will be called to the stand
to tell of having taken a diamond ring
romcwhnt n-scmbling the one worn by
lllanche Lamont, to Pawnbroker Unpen
heimer. His testimony has little weight,
os he did not visit the store until the aft
ernoon of April 13. Again, Lanahan does
not bear tho slightest resemblance to Dur
rant, and it is not possible that one could
be mistaken for the other. Tlicir dress
was dissimilar and in iersonal apiearanct
they form a strong contrast.
District Attorney liurncs and Captain
of Detectives L.vs nro getting ready to
put in their rebuttal testimony, which
they expect to make almost as strong as
the direct. They will have a lot of writ
ing experts to combat any testimony that
might implicate Rev. J. G. Gibson in
having written the address on the news
paper in which Miss Lament's rings- wers
sent to her aunt.
. Admits That She I-erjured IlrrwlC
Jkh kilson, la . Oct. 1. Last spring May
Stevenson, of Ida Grove, brought suit
ugalust John Judish, a business man of
Holstein, charging him with betraying
her. Other wit ncs-tes gave corrotiorativo
evidence and Judish was convicted and
sentenced to eighteen months in the peni
tentiary. The girl has now confessed that
t-he lied and that the whole thing was a
plot to "bleed" Judish. He wouldn't
blood and she sent him to . penitentiary by
Will "Burgle" No More for Tweuty Year
Quixcy, HU-, Oct. 1. Daniel Lyons, a
colored desperado shot and capt ured bv
tho Davenport police last April, has been
convicted and sentenced to twenty years
In the penitentiary for committing a se
ries of nineteen burglaries here in March.
Decapitated by a Train.
AbllLAXD. Pa., Oct. 1. David Tran,
aged 22 years, was decapitated while at
tempting to board a moving train neat
Uirardvllle. Six years-apo hehadananu
and leg cut oil In making a similar al
FOUNDERED WITH ALL HANDS. '
Another Vessel Goes Down in the Storm on
Dut-CTH, Oct. 1. The schooner Elma is
reported foundered with all hands lost in
Munising bay. She carried a crew of
eight. She is owned by Warre, of Tona
wanda. The only names of those on board
obtainable are: Captain John Thurston,
wife and child. The captain of the Badger
State arriving at the Sault says the
schooner Chester B. Jones is above White
fish point aud will go to phwes. The tug
Boynton has gone to Whitefish to try
and rescue tho Jones. Her crew have
probably lieen taken ,off by the Vermil
lion Point life-saving crew, which went to
CmcAGO, Oct. 1. Two and perhaps
more of the crew of the schooner John
Kabcr were drowned ' last night when tho
vessel grounded near1 Whiting, lud. Their
names are not known.
FEDERATION OF RAILWAY EMPLOYES
Labor Organization To He Formed at Den
ver on the 19th Inst.
Desver, Oct. 1. One of the most im
portant meetings of mil way employes ever
held in the west will occur hero Oct. 11),
when over 200 delegates, representing
7,000 members in Colorado and adjoining
territory of five of the best labor organiza
tions in the country, will assemble and
the"Fedcration of Railway Organizations"
will be perfected. The outcome of tho
meeting is not dreaded by railroad mag
nates, as every superintendent, manager
and receiver of every great western sys
tem has indorsed the plan of the men.
The organizations which will take part
In the conference are: Brothcrhixxl of
Locomotive Engineers, Brotherhood of
Railroad Trainmen, Order of Railway
Conductors, Brotherhood of Iocomotive
Firemen and Order of Railway Tele
graphers. 'CLIMBED DOWN" IN A HURRY.
John Hull's I'ltlmatuni llrings Ah Hln to
Terms lo a Measure. '
London, Oct. 1. A dispatch from Pckiti
to Reuter's agency confirms tho news
given out by the British foreign office
that a decree has already been published
In the Pckin Official Gazette, ordering
that Liu.viccroy of Sze-Chuen, be stripied
of his rank for failing to protect the mis
sionaries in his district, and that ho be
not permitted to again hold cilice.
Ileneflt for a Tail Kndcr.
BALTIMORE, Oct. 1. While tho cham
pionship of the National League was still
in doubt Digby Bell, who is an indc
fatigunble "rooter" for Baltimore, wired
Manager MeCloskey of the Louisvillcs, of
fering that team a bciicllt if it would win
a game from Cleveland. Louisville won
Sunday and Messrs. Tyler aud I K an. for
the company and the theatre, have llxed
Saturday Oct. 1-th and the Academy, this
city, as the time and place for the benefit.
Sanborn Contirius Those KecelTcrs.
ST. Pail, pet. 1. Judge Sanborn, of
the Uuitcd States circuit court, has ap
pointed the saino receivers for thu' North
ern Pacific road that were appoiutcd by
Judge Jenkins ut Milwaukee last week.
By doing so Judge Sanborn practically
confirmed tho rulings of Judge Jenkins
ou all the matters that were brought In
fore him as to tli3 matter of primary
Ohjcct LeiuMin In Prison Education.
Boston, Oct. 1. The state of Massachu
setts will send to the Atlanta exposition an
exhibit of articles mmlc at the stale prison
at Charleston. Among them will Ik- dif
ferent kinds of harnesses as well as nine
varieties of brushes. The goods will be
packed in trunks, also of prison work
manship. It Is intended that the display
shall le an object lesson in prison indus
Western Kane Hall Magnates.
QUIXCY, Ills., Oct. 1. The Western Base
Ball association managers had a meeting
here with all the cities represented but
Dubuque. The Lincoln club was formally
awarded the pennant, with Peoria second
and IV-s Moines thi.d. Applications for
admission wen? received from Denver and
Tcrre Haute, but the circuit will not be
made until the meeting in Chicago,
Ilishop rotter Arbitrates a Strike.
New YokK, Oct. 1. The strike of the
derrick men which drew out about 8,ou0
people in other trades on a sympathetic
strike has been settled. Bishop Potter,
whom tho joint committee of employers
and employes appointed to arbitrate the
trouble, decided that the men should re
ceive ti.'M per day. " They were receiving
t-'.Ti and struck for $3.
('en. Alger's Mine to Rename.
Marquette. Mich., Oct. 1 The Volun
teer mine nt Palmer, six miles south of
Negaunee, of which General Russell A.
Alger is the principal owner, is cleaning
up its stock piles, and the mine will be
unwatered and active mining resumed.
The Volunteer employs over 3 ) men when
running at full capacity, but has bjen Idle
Killing Front In Kentucky.
LorisviLLK, Oct. 1. There was a killing
frost Sunday night which did great dam
age to tobacco and other vegetation in
various pasts of t lie state. At Versailles,
Ky., ice three-quarters of an Inch thick
formed. The iiiYnimum temperature hero
that night was 40, and there was a light
Alleged Whiky Trust Settlement.
PEORIA, Ills., Oct. 1. Samuel Woolner,
president of the Atlas Independent dis
tillery, states that he knows of no settle
ment of the difficulties between tho Amer
ican Spirits .Manufacturing company end
tho Independent Distillers' association
(tho old and new whisky trusts?.
Drowned In the Itivcrnt Itorkford.
KotkrOUD. Ills-, Oct. 1 Leonard Pres
ton, a popul ir young hank clerk, and
George Ashbrook, of Jancsville. Wis.,
were drowned in the river here by tha
capsizing of a cauoe.
Zoa-Ftaora Woman's f riend
has a grand record as a remedy for
all diseases peculiar to women. "Ask
Tour druggist for one of the Zoa
Phora Medical books for women.
For sale by T. II. Thomas and Mar.
shall & Fisher.
CHICAGO FOR CUBA
In Her Fight Against the Span-
TWO GREAT MEETINGS OF CITIZENS.
Unbounded Enthusiasm Over Every Prop
osition of Sympathy with the Insurrec
tion A Leader In the Revolution (ilven
a Rousing Ovation "Cuba Libre" tho
Cry Resolutions Unanimously Adopted
Chicago, Oct. 1. As much of the popu
lation of Chicago as could find entrance
to the auditoriums of tho Central Music
hall and Young Men's Christian Associa
tion building last night shouted itself
hoarse in approbation of a scries of resolu
tions in which tho United States is
asked to recognize the Cubans as belliger
ents. Such genuine enthusiasm has sel
dom been witnessed in this city, and on no
occasion were words spoken by men more
full of the heart and soul of the speakers.
Mayor George B. Swift presided at the
main -meeting in Central Music hall and
Judge William A. Vincent was chairman
of the overflow meeting in the As.x-iatloa
building. Scventv-five vice presidents,
who occupied scuts on platforms, were
chosen from among the leading business
men of the city, and each one of them had
previously expressed himself as in full
accord with the object of the meetings.
Altgeld's Sentiments Kvoke Cheers.
Before the speaking lx-gan copies of tele
grams from a n umber of gentlemen who
could not be present were read. The first
of these was from Governor John P. Alt
geld,und its ringingwords,called forth cheer
after cheer. Among representative men
present were presidents with the commit
tors from tho following organizations:
Loyal Legion, Confederate association,
Grand Army of the Republic, Naval Vet
erans, Society of Sms of the Revolution,
Illinois State Federation of l.ilor,t wenty
live lalior organizations, Standard club,
Marquette club, Kenwood club, Bankers'
club. Oakland club, Illinois club, Mcnokcu
club, Italian residents, Scandinavian, tier
man, Bohemian. Irish, Greek mid African
societies. All the speakers addressed IhiUi
meetings. They were Rev. V. W. Gun
saulus. W. J. Hyues, Rev. P. S. Henson,
John Mayo Palmer, Thomas B. Bryan,
William K. Mason, and K. B. Sherman.
Cuban Revolutionists ,iveu an Ovation.
When C'onzales de (jiiesada, secretary of
thn Cuban revolutionary party of the
United States, and Q. A. Zayas. another
prominent Cuban, stopped umiii the plat
form at Central Music hall the enthusi
asm of the audience knew no hounds, and
it was some minutes litfore order was re
stored. At this meeting Eugene KaucfTer
played for the first time in public his new
march, "Culm Libre," introducing the
Cuban national air. Rev. Dr. H. W.
Thomas read the resolutions, which wero
plfrTtptetl ns by one mighty voice.
SK FOR CI KAN KEl'OUMTION.
Facie Sam's Only und Privilege toGlve the
Keltels a Chance.
The pith of the resolutions is as follows:
"We, citizens of Chicago, gathered to ex
press our deep sympathy with the CuIkiiis
in their brave struggle to secure independ
ence', present the following.'' The well
known paragraph from the Declaration of
Independence lxgiuning: "We hold these
truths to be self-evident," etc., is then
quoted, and the resolutions proceed:
"'For many unhappy years the Cubans
have been most shamefully oppressed and
cruelly burdened until the yoke of Span
ish rule has become Intolerable. If the
fathers of American independence were
justified in casting off the oppressive do
minion of Great Britain tho Cuban patri
ots of today hnve far greater justification
for their attempt to overthrow the tor
menting, heartless tyranny of the Span
"We desire publicly to express our indig
nation that in this year 18!" the spectacle
is presented of shiploitds of soldiers sent
3,000 miles across tho ocean to America,
the "Land of the Free," to shoot tlown in
cold blood a courageous people who simply
desire to govern themselves. Our Indig
nation is further aroused at the unspeak
able cruelty of the Spaniards toward Cub
ans. On the other hand we are glad to
notice that the courso of the Cubans ap
pears to be more humane. We believe it
to be tho privilege nnd duty of the United
States to recognize the rights of the Cuban
revolutionists as belligerents as soon as
practicable, on being so requested by
competent Cuban authority, in accord
ance with international law. Such ac
tion of our government wo deem due to
the Cubans and to the cause of uuivcrsal
"We respectfully urge our fellow citi
zens throughout this country to assemble
n mass meetings to diffuse information
and thus arouse the sympathy of out
whole people with the Culmns in theii
straggle for independence. We also urge
the press, pulpit nnd altar to continue
their help to the righteous cause of men
who bravely fight for homo and native
' "We respectfully, but urgently, appeal
to the citizens of all the republics in the
three Americas to give emphatic expres
sion of their sympathy with these strug
gling people who are making such a gal
lant light for tbnt independence from Eu
ropean rule which other nations of the
New World have al aily secured. Be it
further resolved, that the organization
which urranged for this gathering be re
requested to take charge of and continue
the good work so auspiciously begun this
Decided to Itrinand Forty Centa.
Sl'instiFlELP. Ills., Oct. 1. The miner
of the Springfield district met in conven
tion in this city, State President James
O'Connor presiding, and twenty-ono out
of the twenty-eight mines in the district
being represented. It was decided by
unanimous vote to demand 40 rents per
ton, gross weight, after Oct. 3. If refused
there will ut a strike.
Dastard Promptly Indicted.
DECATl'B. Ills., Oct. 1 Two indict
ments against Charles N. Smith for raur
dcring his daughter, Louise. and sister-in.
law, Edna Buchert, have been returasl' '
the grand jury. -
1895 OCTOBER. 1895
Su. Mo.jTu.jWe.ih. Fr. Sa.
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The poc held a brilliant reception as an
offset to the nntional fetes, and declared
that it was Impossible to speak of a recon
ciliation with Italy until the .rights of
the church had been restored.
The Spanish cruiser Conde 'do Vana
dito is tvMrted to have lauded marines on
the Florida keys to search for filibusters.
Miles McTicrman.Tliomas Ferguson (11
years old), Dan Rogers, Pat Welsh,
Charles Truett and an unknown Italian
were killed by an explosion of giant pow
der ill a quarry near Independence, Mo.,
Three others were injured by flying
There is a scheme on foot by which
Miss Frances K. Willard may como into
possession of her childhood borne in the
suburlis of Janvsvillc, Wis. Fifty acres
of the farm are to be deeded to Miss Wil
lard in trust for tho W. C. T. U. as a home
for old and weurie-d workers in the temper
The ninth exhibition of tho Horticul
tural society of Chicago, will ojicu at Bat
tery D Nov. 5. It Is expected to surpass
that of last year.
L. Manasso has returned to Chicago
after a throe weeks' visit to New York,
where ho was completely cured of on in
ternal cancerous growth which tho Chica
go doctors had pronounced incurable.
Thomas I Iol brook's liody is in posses
sion of one of the six women at Chicago,
who claim him as a husband and Mrs.
Lilie Holbrook is seeking in the probato
court to establish her cli-.im to the (1,000
which he left.
Frosts are reported at S. Iuis, Ottum
wa(Ia.l, Sterling (Kan.) aud many other
points in the west and south.
Lenz, the wheelman who was mur
dered in Armenia, was killed by Kurds
for' his wheel, which lieing nickel-plated
they thought was silver.
The president's order retiring Lieuten
ant Gencr.il Seholleld has Iximi issued. It
Ls highly eulogistic of the retiring general.
A political and presidential crisis is
looming ti; in Argentina, all classes of
The law passed by the last Wisconsin
legislature for the treatment of habitual
drunkards i.t public cx'icnsc has so far
cost the various counties about 17,000 for
treating 137 cases. In a largo majority of
cases the treatment is report ti to have
liecii effective nnd to have transformed
confirmed drunkards into respectable and
Dr. B. M. Griffith, of Springfield, Ills.,
who suffered an attack of paralysis, is
Secretary He-rbert will leave Washing
ton tomorrow evening for Alabama, when
he will deliver bcvcra! iioechcs on finan
llrutal Murder in Kansas.
AXTELI., Kan., Oct.: 1. What Is ap
parently u brutal murder wjis committed
eight miles northwest of here some time
since Saturday night. The Inidy of Mrs.
Fe'iiaugherty.the mother of John Fe-naugh-erty,
n prominent farmer, was found ou
the floor of their house dead with her
skull crushed in a horrible manner. There
is no clue tothe murderer. Robliexy led
to the crime. Tho old lady wis alone at
her home for two days.
Wag Going to Kngagc In Ilauk Robbery.
New Yokk, Oct. 1. Edward Hecker, an
18-year-old youth who has just been
broughtlicre by detectives from Knox
ville, Tcuu., is said to have stolen money
here lx-cause he had met a Knoxville
youth named John Irving, who persuaded
U'un to go there on an understanding that
they would proceed to Florida to engngo
in the avocation of bank robbery.
Two .Ilea Killed in a Wreck.
W atkins, N. Y., Oct. 1.' In a freight
wreck on the Northern Central, about
six miles south of here, a man named A.
Kennedy, who had been foreman of con
struction on a lailroad in New Brunswick,
was killed. Anbther unknown man was
Final Games or Base BalL
CllrcAGO.Oct. 1. The last games of haso
bill for the season in the National League
contest have bcL-n played with thi follow
ing scores: At New York Baltimore H.
New York :t: nt Washington Boston 7,
Washington 1,"; (s'-cond game) Boston 10,
Washington S; at Philadelphia Brook
lyn 9. Philadelphia 10.
Druggists sav that their sales of
'Hood's Sarsaparilla exceed those of
an otners. lhere is no substitute
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We satisfy ourselves that the colors and shades are unfadable, and
we keep a very large selection of them in the best materials that
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Only Union labor employed.
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Rock Island Brewery, as well as Julius Junge's
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Brewing establishments including Bottling de
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