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ROOK ISLAND AJRGU
VOL.XLIV. NO. 286
EOCX ISLAND, ILL, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1896.
PRICE THREE CEITS.
JMOT AND TORCH.
Turn Leadville into a Scene cf
Blood and Terror.
tTEIKIKG MINERS BSEAK LOOSE.
Atck ths Corjnado Mins with tjzZ'
m.te and Ba:n the
rji2CEinaT with the guards.
Whole. Town t'nelrr Arras and a rtrlgn l
Mnh Law dialing r'lrrnmn t'rilrrr.1 to
IH-.UI W hea They Went t Work f it
I'nmMMlt t Militia t lliil tint nt tha
Klolrr Ix.n't hn t- Huvr lu-en Inter- '
ferret with, ami I'mrrril to
tithrr Warklna -Mine.
I-eiadvillc, Co!o.. Sept. 21. The
bloody phiMn of th! ("Teat miners'
strike has rotue. Three men are,
kii'iwn to be il'inl and two dying at
th Colorado hnft. Inn machinery
U In mffff a n the result of an attack
by psrtiei an vet unknown early this
morning. The penpla of the city
wnre ar.jiMf I by a fujilale of shot
filliiwril I. a terrific t plosion and
bur.tin' f il itues from the Colorado
shaft hnu.e. The lire department on
arrivi.iif at tlii seeno was met by
met wh' lotidud rifles at the I'.remen
and or l 'ted them not to proceed
with f xtinnihin2 th tltnie. Fnre
ririo Ji:rry Oket-fe attempted to turn
the wnt'T on when be w shot
through th head. Hy this time
hundreds of arrued citizen arrived
on tli prima and urder their pro-t'-ction
the firemen proceeded with
their work. Later on an attack was
made on tho F.rnruct mine, tut no
Mm wn inj ired and tio serious darn
s.'e done. Tim sheiiff called on
v. Mclnlyre fur troops to juoll
tho riot and In-fore dayliit the
entire military force of the ate
was mfoiite for th scene.
Call f..r f mitM.
t. .1 l ill", I'olo., IVpl. ;l. Th- ,h.-rtfC
and Jiebte tn have lulled on the
km1 ertior for trunps to suppress the riots
I -re iiml the ord-r n:i. lin n lsui d f
It.- ntlr.' millliity f..rcf of th.- :tMe I i
'in" hi '.
I.cmI III.-. rn!n P-pt
mi 1 1 i 4.ro-i"'l r If , rs in
i f-n iir'i-i..,. ep.i.-.'pcr
pin t if tlv 'ty f'.r !!
:in I t ti
l'i loniulo pJne, eshlih In th
li ili llrt r.-um.l np.r.-.tiot'.
which h"iilly l.nrrii ii'l-il nrnl lu ll
slm ki d w II It pr Irlons nml ai ms. T' e
xiiifioiiN mi, fnlliiw.'il by a fuil.nb-
of rlill shots, npinm-otly frmu v. ilhin
tie bitrrlraite. and rn 'd but Irr.'Kiilnr
shot.c from iii;'lo. uppr'ntly frm u
wl.biy fi atf. ii d nttHi KIiik furee who
.-ro on hnrd to prite t the n trertt of
tin- it. tiiimlters. The slrxitlnr; I.n i.-d
fur ti-n niliiutiK. In n d sultr- tlrlni:
w.ri ren'Wrd and has been l.ej t up
r i r mi",
Anoitirr I'vjiltMltta tr lvnaMtilr,
Ai IiTiO u. m. another x toslou wn:t
- ?. soiiti'llm; tiki, ityn.imite. Ton
iiiliiutr; lift, r the lirvt r r l-: ri n eK
p',. il.. mi ! m,"e fi.nn the t'ornnn lo
it-Pr that tiolHuly ln:dd. lln bartl
i inle h:td bri-n hurt. S nee then It hu
! n lnr,iiMil' t. riieh the Cneinml'i
by I' lephone. Th- )) r.iM-l vm.'. rat Is
tiiw b. Inc wntihi'd by f. v. i:i1 bunds
of lii 'n. Kruiit el in ibirk ntrriers an.l
tt'.li-j.. niiil tliit 1'iay ui.-an tr.at thy
,r,i i.-.. to pn-M nt any r.ii:imiinli ntii.,i
with th" ti'li'irtni'li olTV i's. the nti ti
ers n. t Kti iwiim tluit Tlie ll' ial l-Ii.m-i
riil has tlie A-hi.i ijti-1 v. b awd
wire nnd a !ti:m ilitnni-- teb phone.
I II jr la a 'itntc of Terror.
11m city Is In :i (vitilf of P ar. I'mtnty
ml rlty otlirlals nr. out 1 h.Uhix nfier the
work of the olire nnd hi-riff Ibi'le's
f r'.iiently wl over the Hi-rnlibD -mntrat
nftliv, and nltoifether the iiuition in w :ir-
bk' At t:.V n. m. lrlt:ht blae broke
out nt the I'oronitde ralrio In th" iiiiinetU
a e vicinity, and ' w-re Mill l inc cx
rhtP'jMt. The I.mmI militia, n iiia.inii'S
h ive U"i ealle I out nn.l went to their
iirmn li s sotilna ready for lnt.inl artion.
All th" whllcln town were Mowititf.
All Ihf hltleln Itir I 'il y lllnwinc.
1 n. tu The fire ! believed to I, thp Hl
to IM.'iK'thc Kirrii r.ile o the ("..rotvuln
s'.i.iti Iliii. telephone inr.l!j" jui
r.'. i ,"d f- in the mine v.j th.vf none f
l!i de.i in!i t hive b vti hurt a y
J.I.'tn tin - Ihe sii;its and sounds beif
trir il.-s-rlplion. All the wl l-tli s in the
city are blowinif "d two or three strint
rens add di or I tu the night's nUrminft
chorus. The sharp . r k of ritles punc
tuate tho li.Inif at Im-ttuUr Intervals,
t ltlei Ma.trrina with Arm.
I'ituelis b.l" CHI" to the S,''IIC With
wl at ,r Bin:'" th.-y .an path"r. and a
miliHti lompany n;iart"red across the
street has Jut n-.nn h.-J t.mard the
t'l.r.niailo under r.riW'.. The whistle
which tal's out all rltlt-ns in a rase
(.f n'f rc. n. y lias J'JM i-unnl- d and the
at reel . are full of ruhin ni. ii. ry
liia wtm n and l,!ldr. n.
Aaviher Heavy I pl na.
2:1 a. m. Another h-avy explnrinn
has Just twt'irrtd. minutes ago
the Corf n a Jo telephone bora the mm-
' age that the defenders were too busy
' to answer questions.
2:10 a. m. As soon as the fire broke
out the tire department went to the
scene and the flames are now dying
down. Indicating effective work by the
The shots are prowinB less frequent
ami It seems probable that some thin?
dufinlt from the battlefield may be
soon be obtained.
I 2: no a. m.Kvery thins Is on fire at
the Coronado and the fire dr-partment
, I now woiklrz to save the houses
.which are thic kly clustered about the
f f t1t.A uVl'l ft hr.llaa W . . 1 ....
- .'-. ..-.Mi-. . , ,f. It'll tlllll 4JI111-
drcn anr ruhin(r to the spot looklns
for relative;; and mingling with thoF
vho are lieinc; driven from their houses
' y fanr. cr.
itint? a scene the pathos
of w hic h is beyond description. Th
firemen hope to save the houses and
are helped beyond by a heavy rain
which be;mn fallim; a few minutes ajto.
Whi-n the firemen went to turn on th-?
water thej- w-r ordered to desist,
which th,-v dlj from one hydrant, but
pot otftar to workirjr.
Ui.Vin m. Ancitln-r heavy exidoslon has
Just o Tiirr d. Forty or fifty shots have
iii-it licen hcnr.l in the direr tion of tha
llmmett and M ir-.m mines, located about
a mile nnd a half from the ci'y. These
mines were recently feneed and work re
sinned by a small force of men, which was
lieini nr'iiiiivntI every day. It would
seem from this thit having ilnUhel their
work nt flu C'or.inado, where tho build-ln-
nrj now a nnsof smoking einliers
tie iinTi-iIc pan has ironu to wipe om
the Kiiimett nnd Marian.
2 p. m. The first Ilernld-Pomoerat
reporter to re turn from the fire states
that Kill-man o'Kcefe- and two un
known men ere dead, lie cannot tell
as yet how many have been Injured
ni.d Is not sure that this c overs the list
The m. e b"t ween the pio.-r Joe Pntehen
and W.ll. Iluir.ill iii. the cycler, scheduled
to late pla e nt the driving juirk nt
li-lii-ter. .. Y., tturday, was post
poned mini tomorrow.
A di-.pat. li from Marseilles reports that
Ji.c r ranees in ini mill IjiiIv Ilenrv
himcrs-t have arrived there in the inter
tt of the Armenian refugees.
Curlwt and Kit zsiminuns have been In
dieted by the jrrand jury nnd warrants is-
stn-ci inr tnen-iy tniklng aiiouc a prize
Illit. nt aw i orK.
liiir ;iovilcr mills nt Haxardvill"
Citin , were iilown up ."at urdav. Light
tiini -.track mr miil aid the expliiun
s -t lire to tap other three. -Noonuw u
ki ;.e.l or injurc.1.
l'..-.l liiiinli s has warned the Matalule
ri Ih-1s that tinleM they cjuit the Matoppo
Mils wilhin ten days hostilities ngainst
them mil lie ri-Mimcd.
eeretary t'arlis c. it, is announced, ha
written to the National gold Democratic
comimttii" tiiat pressof public busiii- ss
pn-vetits him from taking part in the
Miuinl money" mevtiug ut New York to
lie' situation among western railnsids
lis never lie -n wnr' than it is now. lu-h
line Is making reduced rates to secure
The national liaptist. convention in scs-
s'.oii nt !t. i.ouis cli-cted thu following
ollieers: 1'rcsidcnt, Itev. K. C. Morris
1. I) . I.ittlo Uix-k; Secn-tarr. Her. Will
iam If. Steward. A. lioillsville.
The Atlanta cotton mills at .Atlanta,
Ga , havo Ikhmi placed in the hninls of a
receiver. I he factory will continue to
rrcd Meh.-mert, proprietor of the Im
proved Kst.-n-.ion Hiou company, and a
prominent real estate man of Cincinnati,
has assigned to V. K. I.unily. Liabilities,
(till Will; nSM-tS. fl'St.lKS).
liislmn Marty. apiHiinted to succeed Z.ir-
detti In the St. Cloud, Minu., Homan
Catholic di.icese two ye-irs ngo, is dead,
lie had Is-'ii niiingsome months. He was
in the ".Till year of his age.
l'ref. rri ii g death to imprisonment on a
charge of liirecny Charles Henncssy.a pro
fessional nurse, took strychnine in tho
Harrison street police. HI a l ion nt Chicago,
but was wived by the doe-tors, lie had
rohlied patient nt the hospital.
The Spring Valley C.al company, whose
stores nt that Illinois civil mine center
wen. looted icy a mob two years ao, has
ngain lnn tn-aten by a jury in its suit
against the town for its inability to pro
tect property. The nppellate court has di--clare.l
the Urst jury wrong nnd this case
also will lie nppenlcd.
At Sl.iyden Crossing, a hamlet betvreen
l.nn ir. Miis.. and t.rand .1 nuction. Tenn.
in the former stale. W il ,-r Urown. r
young negro, was almt to death and then
..iriieii. ins .-rime w.-.s a munteroiis a
sault upon white woman aged T:i years.
Kirhard Kiee and W illiam Coach Were
indicted nt Ih s Moines nn the charge of
nttempt.-.l murder. They are accused of
trying to hang n woman to a tree in re
venge fur her refusal to turn over money.
When off ltiy l'oint. Lake Superior, in
the Monn a t ainpi on the Upanier
Alaska burst. Nothing could lie done to
repair it until the tcsm was cvhsnst.il.
The Teasel lost her headway, fell ln:o the
trough of the sea and her whole cvrgo was
ruined by water.
Lrvrrlni speaks at I hlragn.
Chicago. Sept. '!. Joshua levering,
the I'rohi'.iition enndidate for president,
poke here xt unlay evening nnd said in
jart: "As a i.litic.l organization tho
Prohibition party elm's not attempt to say
what a man shail cat or drink, any more
than what he shall wear or w here he i-hall
live. Its whole relation to the lupior
traflie is connect.-el with or relat.sl to
public policy. The principle of prohibi
tion l what differentiates savagery from
civilisation. Holding that a saloon is a,
nuiMince, the I'r hihition party Insists
that thc'aauie principle be applied to it as
Is applied t ether nuisances and demands
tUat It le abolished."
Purify your blood with Hood's
Ssrtapartif.i. whit.h will give yon an
appetite, tone year Ptomieh and
strengthen yonr nerras.
British Nile Expedition at Its
C05G0LA FALLS AN EAST PEEY,
After El llnfir Is Made Too Hot for Hie
Pe-rvislies, Who Are Now Itetween Two
Fires Retreating to the Captured Don
Sola with the Itritisli Troops Following
Natives Welcome th White Invaders
Fortifications at 1:1 llaflr Dencribed.
Ke ina, On-the-Nile, Sept. ii. Copy
right, lS'.i, by tha Ass.iciated Press.
Dongnla. lias fallen nnd tho nominal ob
jective point of tho Uritish-Kgyptian cx-p.-d'uiou
has liecn roac-hi-d.
The river forces of the Uritish-Kgyptinn
rxpe-dition, pushing up tho Nile from El
Ilafir (the scene of Saturday's fight),
lauded a force at Dongola and occupied
that place bcfoie the dervish forces re
treating from Kl Haflr reached that point.
Kl Ha!ir and Dongola are therefore both
in the hands of the e xpedition, while tho
dervish forces nrc somewhere between
Keek.ng a refuge.
Saturday afternoon tho long-range fir
ing continued between the dervistius on
the west hank of the Nile and the expedi
tionary force ou this side. Tho Maxim
guns, with their swe.-ping hail of fire, did
great execution in the dervish ranks.
tvhilo tiic held and horse b.itti-rics never
allowed the enemy t do anything with
t'leir batteries. Darkncsi put nn end to
the artille ry duel ncms. the Nilo water,
and stillness fell upon both camps.
Hail Kvaenate-d the Town.
Yesterday morning evcrv on ; was up at
daybreak, anxious tu know what change
in til situation had developed during the
night, and what would lie the next move-,
and eagerly scanning the enemy's camp
across the river. 1 here was no sign of
li.e in the clc rvish work, bus soon a com
motio!! was perceived among the lioats
along the hi.nk ami a native in one of
them was discerned in the act .of waving
Home-thing, as though for a signal to this
6ielc of the river. 1 lie steamer Dal. of the
expeciitioaary force, thereupon procecdi-d
to the west bank of the river, where it was
found that Kl Halir had liecn evacuated
by the e-iiciuy under cover of tho night
unit tn it not a ilervish lighting man was
left in sight. The detachment on the Dal
sent Kick to the camp on this side of thu
river t cveiity se-vi n boMs which linil licen
manned by the iiiUkii rosidentsof Kl Halir
and loaded with a great cpiantity of grain
I neiiiy in a Very Hail l'light.
1 cu-i'elay aiteinoiin the news Gr
rived he-re that tin- uameis and gun
boats of th" expedition had reach
I'ongola unci had land -d a force, which
Immediate ly oec ujil-d the treasury and
Hi" i,-rniii store. Hi" principal strung
h-dd of the town. This n-us wan re
t' ive d here with ib-iight. cs it is sup
poed that the enemy is now marching
betw.-en here and i-ongola, in a much
hnii.p r.-d condition, hy the r.-iison of
tin- number of their wounded, with
their retreat along the river lxank
tli.reater.eil hy the Mtean.ers. which can
destroy at any moment the food sup
plies stored at Dongola. if th'-y cannot
hold that place against the retreating
force's of dervishes until land forces of
the e-xpedltiiiji half advanced to e-o-op-
erate with them. Saturday's engage
ment at 101 Hatir seems to have alto
get h.-r dismayed t.'ie dervishes, who
placed greet reliance upon the fort at
that place. '1 hey believed that the
fort would be Hid" to prevent the pas
sage of any of th" steamers of the ex
. edition up the X:!e.
I'.ritisH Welcomed hy the Natives.
The native reid.-nl!-. of Kl Halir have
welcomed the nf.peurance of the llrit
ish arel Kg; ptinn expedition and seem
to regard their advance"' as assurance
i f u deliverance from the rule of the
Khaiifa iind ti'-e l'.aggaras. the Khal
fa's native tvilc. who have exercised
cruel domination over the Nile trilics
l'rom the description of Saturday's tiirht
furnished by the natives it appears
that the dervish cavalry kept out
tile desert watching the fight and
v.aiting for a landing of opposing
forces. Wad I'ishara. the dervish com
me.n ie-r. w as wouii'leit at noont noon
and was immediately carried out of
r.inue of the tire, repeatedly exclaaii
ing to those who surrounded him
"Allah is against me."
MOVE ON lXINCilH.A ST.ltTKI.
Icsrriptinn of the Ilervish Fortifications
at 1.1 Halir.
As soon as the news of the evacua
ten of Kl Hafir was rei eived the corre
sp-Mideiit of the AssiK-iated I'ress pro
c eeile 1 to cress the river and make
u .survey of the enemy's late position
li was found that their mud defenses
bad lieen built with great care, hut
the rilV tr.iuhl-s only permitted
the men a very short and straig'n
front fer protection. .Mats were still
t-trewn nloiiJ and within the trenches
and in the uriiiv shelters were the re
mams ot the can asses of sheep whic h
bad li--cii kiMt d to supply food to the
d-.feniiers. l-'urther nnuh on the riv
l'ank was foiuot their hicsest batiery
Tins work e-oiit,-inoit hv,- . inhrasure
for guns, three in front ami two at
th' side. This lattery had been ter
ril'Iy knocked about by the artillery
lire from the cast bank and from th
Stiil further south was a big entrench
n.ent facing towards th north and
on the Nib. In this entrenchment it
was apparent that the l ill-men bad
mad" a plucky resistance, staying in
th" tn-nch- s ail clay and eating w here
they lay. as was evid.ne -1 by th
eiuant ity of date's and ntT-gourds ly
ing iiliout. Wad i'ishara d-cided to
-ai uate- his position during th- nilu
He . as abl.- to remove h,s unfj, ,ut
he was forced to leave lw-hip.d a great
liiaiitity of ammunition for lth the
artillery and rille-s. The dervish steani
er which was sunk ly the cxpMilion's
horse lottery was said to have also
been loaded with ar-.muniiinn and guns.
Yesterday rr.ornirg at i:70 o'c!e k the
troonje erf the expedition leegan erof.s
Ing the riv. r. Mc Donald's brigade was
the tirrt over and the soldiers were m.t
with the wildest and maddest signs
of delight ty the natives. They shouted
la a. frenzied manner and danced about
! the trnrris. sir.sring and shouting like
lunatics. The lirst use made or the
captured dervish boats was to trans
port the Second brigade to EI Hafir.
which is a very fertile spot, offering
plenty of preen herbage for animals
a pleasing contrast to the rough rocks
and desert sands of much of the march.
It was hoped that the whole or the
expeditionary force would effect a cross
ing of the Nile so as to cam at El
llafir last night and continue the
march to Dongola today.
The 1.-.SFP3 of the expedition up to
Paturdav evening were oiuy five wound-
el. despire the enemy's hot fire. The
fieid horse battery and the men who
handled the Maxim guns had an es
pecially warm corner. The Maxim guns
were manned by the Connaught
rangers, and the Tenth battalion was
ar.ged along the bank of the river
icing the dervish position. They fired
iiree rounds p.t the enemy. One of the
most strikins taings non-it during tne
fisht was the long range of the enemy's
lemington rifles. At a distance of 1.-
:t)0 yards they were able to do a deal
of damage and some of their bullets
struck art least 2.0--0 yards from the
point cf fnins.
SAYS A GOOD WORD FOR WEYLER.
Gen. Lee 1 led a res Certain Statements in
Our Newspapers Incorrect.
Havana. SVpt. 21. Copyright 1S48 by
the Associated Press. General Fitz-
huj,h I.ee, the United States consul
generc.I here, was af-K"U oy a represen
tative of l.a 1-utha about the reports
in American newspapers charging
General Woyler with having ha.l a no
tice posted at Kns Ca'oanes directing
that lie uleneral Filzhtlfs'h Kee should
arrested and detained the-"- if he
visited that fortress. General Kee was
also cu;;tioned about statements fre-
ciuenty made in the newspa
pers of the I'nited Staler, that he was
not permitted to visit the American
l isoners im an-eraled in the forts near
Iiavana. The reply of General l.c-e
substance was as follows: That he
had been admitted when he first come
re with his pre de cessor Williams, and
heard later that the officer admitting
him hnel been reprimanded by Weyler
for so doing, w hereupon Ihe-ofTicer had
poste d a notice that he (Lee) be as-rested
the next time he came, which notice
Weyler promptly ordered down when
Lee spoke of it.
General Lee then continued: "I. or
my representative, can s" any or all
the- American prisoners at any time
that it is desirable to n so by simply
send'nig noti. e to th" commanding otli- !
er of the fort on the evening before.
This being done the olTicc-r is required
by General Weyler to have the prison
ers named at a ccrtem point where
they can be ;-, i-n and talked with alone
if necessary." Lre added that he fr-
it-etttly gave the prisoners money sent
by their friends nnd also Iarsre bundles
of American newspapers.
ONE VAY THE BANK WAS ROBBED.
Another Arrest in the Matter of the Vniein
National nt New Orleans.
era Orleans. Sept. -1. Louis Galbd
has been arrc steel for aiding and abet
ting Bookkeeper Louis Colomb in de
frauding the ("r.ioii National bank. Gal-
lot, who was a dealer in photographic
supplies anJ a spei-uhiior, put about
HOO in the bank in l.vsi. during the
four years succeeding is said to have
drawn out $2u::.00i), Colomb always keep
ing a balance of from $;:on to $S00 to
his credit. When the system of book
keeping was hang.sl to the skeleton
system Colomb. instead of-lnsing the
account, left a balance of $1,000 to Gal-
lot's credit. Gallot failed to give bond
and is in the parish prison.
A usual, there is a woman in the
case, a Mrs. I.uscaron. about 40 years
of age. Gallot bought her a Milatial res
idence at Itiloxi. ;.!iss.. where fashion
able New rtrleans r-'siiienls sii.-n! the
heated term. It was magnificently
furnished throughout. Sh had lived
with her aged father and two sons just
entering nianhooil. ciailot was a
1 1 lend or the family and spent weeks
at a time there. Neighbors would oft
en comment on the style in which Mrs.
..i..-, mi,m, nut scandal was
hushed by reports that the wUImw had
been left a large fortune on the death
or her husband.
Nine Itass .,r irr Molrn.
Telluride, C-ilo.. S. ; t. L'i. The Ti
Hoy mines has b-n i-ii.i,..,, 0f hetw.en
Iii.cssiaii'l ?..ii.cii.n .f ,e. The most valua
ble ore was .a-fce-l end placed in ih
poi. o.i niiurr, which was left open for
a short time and i.ine bags taV.en.
To Cu' a Com in Ona Jy
Take laxative Lromo Qiiirine Tab
lets. All dni--i?f) refund the
money if it fans to cure. 25 cects.
BoNHELi., 111., Aug. 11. 1H95.
I am subject to rraiups and cr-lic,
and have used many remedies, but
tind 1-oley s Cohc euro beats thetu
all- Vr. L Yi;a rs."
Sold by M. F. llalinscn.
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best made goods
Old age can be attained by the proper use of Ia
vigorating tonics. The Rock Island Brewing Co's
products are all the results of scientific labor and
the most Improved apparatus, preserving in the
highest degree the health giving qualities of the
BOTTLED GOODS A SPECIALTY.
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