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SCR ANTON. PA.. TUESDAY MORNING. MAY 8, 1894,
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!TB MORNING PffEES
HEN THAN ANY I
A Party of Tourists Imprisoned Ton Days in a
ARE TAKEN OUT BY A BRAVE DIVER
Seven Tourists on an Exploring Ex
pedition Caught by a Sudden Rise
of Water Which Blockaded the Sta
lactite Cavern at Souraich Ob
structions Blown Away with Dyna
mite Seven Persons Found by a
Diver How They Endured Their
Grate, Austria, May 7.
n DIVKll ht 0.80 o'clock toi morn
M iug lUooeeded m reaobing tba
ll party of tottriati who have been
U U Imprisoned in tbastataelta owfr
rn at Souraleb linoo Saturday, April
17, owing tn n sudden rise in tha
water, which blockaded ilit : is ige
iuto ilia oava witii imiiifr ana bould-
rs. Tba ivr found nil geV!U of the
loarUti alive, it wai t lirnt believed
that eivcijt persons were imprisoned, hut
I hit turned out to be a mistake. All
were ex tri cited from tiiir perilnu
Pinion t 4.45 o'clock this afternoon.
Tiie new thai tba toorieta wer- still
nlive whs received with grout rejoicing
by Lb crowds ot people who bad gain
ered about the MVern in order to
wiitch Iba work. Tho engineers, who
have leen at work d.iv anil ui fc t WW
siuc they were Ordered to the ; ot
whan tba local authorities anoouoead
their Inability to force an OBtranee
into the cave, bavehad a very difficult
tunic iu making an opening. Tne en
trano war. blocked by timber and bue
bnnlderi buriad banaath n turn of
Mueller :1 o l d-hns.
CLEARED WITH DYNAMITE.
Aft-r the matter had been inveati
gated, it w found that it wae neeee,
aary to oae dynaasita in order to clear
away the obalrnetioni which prevented
the eulrnnce of a diver into Iba cavern
With the ntnu at cure Iba engineer!
went to work ami uooeeded In exolod,
big esveral ebwgaa wblah diatnrbad
but did not entirely remove tne ob
struction The engineers w.-re com-
I I to work ilowly an I with the. ut-
iiii .st caution, an it WM feared that a
lOO !cver aZploaiOfl might dn more
harm than good, and par ha pa ban the
imprisoned p-rsous banaath tout of
Tbia moralng several additional
ebargaa were exploded, and Iba tres
d rock abont the ontranoe to the
r.v. WefO t-iieved to have been re
BWVed euAoioBtly tnvnahle a dirr to
descend Wllb oiue ensure of entering
Iba care When the tr-.s wer haule 1
away aid all was believ-d to he cleBr.
the diver Fi-ener mada another and
thi time enccs-sfnl descent to the
tn nth of the rave. Ha was absent a
I bag time. The people generally )H
h-vd thai he would return witn the
i rt that all tba totrriata ware dead,
i oca ipently thra wa great entbuet
am when be reappeared and Informed
the crow Is that he had found all the
Fisher tol 1 tlm engineer, that al
thongh the tourist were alive, they
appeared hk penona half b rft of
reaeeo, ai tba terrible Dereoni strain to
Which they hail leen n jcted had al
io it driven them mad fhey bad ap
parently taken a oenaiderable aupply of
prr.visior.s with t)i-in Whan tliey w-nt
into tba c.,v-rn over a week ago. as
Ihey etill hc.d left, according to tba
dlv. r, a little hrn I and eheeac an,l
A PEIiHiD OK ANXIKTY.
Th Impriaoned peraona told the
diver tlmt th-y bad paaaad through a
to rlod of nwfnl anity and terror.
Tbe bad been ada to hear the m'.
iretiia made to reaona them, but the
worii H'-enied to tbam to progress o
alowly tbat thy badalmoet abandoned
eilhope of ever escaping. The nnie
nmde ly the explosion of the dynsmita
c.irlridgea cheered thelu, though thy
w.re in dread of biiij buried beneath
The engineers thin afternoon widened
the narrow aha a Dal through wldrh
Fischr first succo-d.d in entering th"
ravorn, and at a little before ."i o'clock
this nftrnonn nil of the sufferers were
rot nnt six of it; i in got out without
MsisicDOe, liut the seventli was so
wn k that ho hud to he helped.
Emperor Francis Joseph UJaued in -structions
to keep him informed of
the progrese of the work. Ha was
notified of the safety of the tonrists
Immediately nfter Fischer miido Ids
report, and in reply, the emperor tele
graphed his satisfaction at hearing
that the rescue had hoen successfully
THE ARMIES MAY FIGHT.
Propcts of a Scrap Iletwssn Two Fao
tlon of the Cnmmnnwsal.
Vai.pakaiso, Ind., May T Randall's
nrmy left tbia city this morning in two
divisional boih headed for Westville,
twelve miles east, and ench division
(driving to (tt there (irat to secure, the
provisions donated by the Wostville
Trouble is feared at Westville unless
the two factions can settle their diller-
OPERATORS ARE ORGANIZED.
Pl'tsbnrff Coal Men Will Act In Unison
riTTSBUKO, Pa., May 7. True to
their word the l'itts'mirg coal operators
who were nnt parties to the call issued
Inst week for a conference of operators
anil miners to be held in Cleveland
liCZt Tuesday, have agreed to meet at
the court house in this eity on Friday
morning. The call Issued today is
ilgtiad by all prominent aoal com
panies among which are the leading
Operator! in the river mining diltrlutl
It is tho first time in the history of
the eoal trade iu the Pittsburg district
that the liver and railroad oporatori
acted in unity. It is likely, however,
that the operators will decide to at-
tnd the Cleveland meeting, but thoy
will go well prepnrod.
District President Cairns said this
morning that he expects to bring
about a total suspension in the Cnm
berland district by Wednesday. The
organiieriiri that field report a good
deal of success.
NO PROVISION FOR AN L.
An Impor'ant Decision of the Supreme
Piiii.apf! niiA, Hay?- Tba supremo
ourt today in an opinion by Justice
William decided tbat thore is no leg
islation in 1'ennsrlvauia authorizing
the construction of an elevated rail
road. The decision rnlxs that the law
regarding railroad charters is not louh
a one as gives to an "L" road that
right of aminaot domain by which it
can occupy streets already occupied by
The case upon" which the decision
was rendered was that of Charles W.
Potta against the Quaker City Blavntad
Railroad oompany, of Philadelphia.
Tba opinion allirms the judgment of
the Philadelphia! court of common
pleas and reverse-i thai rendered by the
Dauphin county court ill the Pbiladel
pbia and Northwestern ESIeTated rail
TROUBLE WITH THE HOBOS.
Washington Authorities Aro Anxious
for tho Early Departure of
the Coxey Army.
WilOtNOTON, 1). ('., May 7 The
Waablngton Nawi tbia evening says
It is about lettlad that the handful of
idle men now In camp here mUlt be
scattered or there will be troiibU later
'Mie handful Is growing rapidly No
other "army" has joined Iba 'oxy
band now here, but it b is been receiv
ing stragglers until the DM men Coiey
ha i on Tneaday Uat was ': ibU morn
ing, nn I ty tomorrow uight will b.
(Vampa art onmlug into the city by
two! md threes at a gr.t rate Tne
IHilic-'men on BUburbaii posts report al
most hourly of the passing rr.yward
ot little knots of genuine boboj, Who
are i ri air triir forCozay'l eamp.
Tbr.e of Heneral (talvio's men got
hre Irom Piitsburg tLie morning and
went straignt to the wait! house
Toey demanded adniittanoa, but as
their beating and appearance so clearly
betokened th"ir Da 1 cb.irclsr tli-y
wi re refused and mad to away
Ttiey said tlu-ir "army" would le.
ban in a fawdaya Toay have come
on in advance
lue oommiaalonan roaiiz the
sity of doing MuMthtng. Various
scnemei were taken un ler considers
tion. tbe belt and most feasible being
to have the camp condemned at once
by the health ofii Cers. 1 his will drive
tne men out of Hie camp. If they will
not go Ihe police will remove them.
1 hey will not be allowed to nut Up an
other camp in the district. Orders wll!
lo given to the p die tostriclly enforce
th vagrancy law, and any one found
begging will be arrests 1 and Bent to
A RtSPtCrABlE FRAUD.
On of St J mphTl Leadlna Fustassi
Men a Ccurfsii er.
St. Ji si in, Ho , May 7 For month!
past this city Ins I een flood ad wltn
souatwfail dollar and naif doUwi
Tt.roogh pure aoeidanl R ; Baltb,
well known aitlaan, wa arrested but
night and locke I up on the charge of
eirciilacing tne ipUrioM coin
When arraatad he bad a large
amount of tbe Hluff in hi possession,
and when confront! with faotl ni'!e
a full coufesrioQ nnd gave away his
psrtner iu crnu . Ii is PXpected tlist a
buabw of arraati win be md today.
SHE FLEtCtD ItNOLOROS.
A Womnn rf Mny Alla.es Taksn tn
Jlnstnn f.ir Ssnisnoe
BoSTOM, Hay 7. Mrs Jese Mnc
Kentia, alius BtUirl alias Norman,
notorious for defrauding hotels, was
brought hera thi morning froiu Njw
Bba forfeited hr bonds when ar
rested in Hoston for defrauding the
tJnltad state hotel. Qnlaaa aha makai
good the amount of her bonds sh will
be brought into court for sentence.
TORPEOO BOAT ERICSSON.
ExDet't ti Fxr-.ed TwentvFour Knot
a'. Her 'trial on .Ba!urdv.
DUBTjQUg May 7. The launching of
the torpedo boat Knrason has been
lixeil for next Saturday. The cigar
shaped vessl will be delivered at Pan-
Meola harbor, whore she will mihaber
The speed rsquired is twenty fonr
knots an hour, which I exceeded by no
torpedo host nflnat.
CQNDENSEO STATE NEWS.
Large quantities of West Virginia coal
are now shipped into Pennsylvania.
Tho war on slut machines has reached
BbamokiQ, whore UN) have lieen shut up.
A count, of the schod children shows
that HtUbUrgU population It not iucreaa
lug. Arrest of Counterfeiter Munchausen at
Fremont, O, has Uncovered a gang that
manufacture coin on a I.nko Erie island.
Incurably 111 from paresis, T. V. Hol
ertson, sou of the author of "(,'nste," ami
an actor of repute, is OOUfloed in a' New
New warrants against Dr. Meyer, the
alleged npiaonor, charging horse steal lag
and murder of a domestic, hvc been is
sued at Toledo,
A suit has been begun to make the Penn
sylvania Telephone company pay for a
?J00,(K)0 lire at Allontown last year, which
was caused by an electric wire.
FLASHED FROM THE WIRES.
For diobodience of liishop liatz, Father
T. II. Mnlone, of Denver, and Ida church
supporters have beeu excommunicated.
Public meetings will 1m hold at Hrook
Ivn Jlay 111 and 11 it, commemoration of
Dr. Talmage's twenty-fifth anniversary as
Thirsting for death, Willinm Saunders,
of lialtimore, a station house prisoner,
tried to Bwallow a fork, but was caught
The Metropolitan club, of New York,
black-ballad Senator Wolcott, of Colorado,
presumably because he waH not known to
Idleness Spreads All Over the Coke Rejilon's
ROLLING MILLS FORCED TO CLOSE
Tho Widespread Shutting Down of
Coal Mines Is Telling Alabama
Strikers Starving Hundrads Beg
ging Bread in Birmingham's
Streets Strikers Threaten Illinois
SoOTTDALa, Pa., May 7.
Till', coke region I almost smoke
less today. At Moyer but ten
or twelve men are at work and
nothing i doing at the Paul and
Kort Hill plant".
Crowds of etrikerg are assembled at
the Mover plant and their aim ii to
bold tho lltUatloo lirm as they fear th
iiieri would return to work if th-v
It has been givn out that Sheriff
Wllhnlm, of Favette aoonty, will go to
Hoyer and ondaavor to diaparta tba
Crowd than assembled; alsi to serve
notices of injunctions UUAU Hlobwl
Barrett, pnaidaul of the DnltadHina
workers, and Other lab ,r landori who
are uctive in the field, retraining
them from tresp -ssin; upon anr prop
erty own d by tie Kainey Coke c iu-
The strikers nre erting pesceahlv
and their leaders ar impressing upon
them at every meUrig to gi quUtly to
their homes and rail no disturbances
and keep away from saloons.
STItlKKKS HKHillVI llltl Mi.
BtUtimRAM, Ala, May 7 -During
the . resent week a united i lf.rt to
break the tug strike will be made by
the nilti operators of this elty by
bringing back and putting to work at
the reduoed aoala, refnsd hr miner,
negro who Worked last summer in
K iis mine
Upward! of a hundred nw negro
miner have been brought to Ulna
Crrek, and more will arrive t, day,
These negroes will work under a h' vy
gn trd of deputy sheriffs
Among th striking miner a great
amount of gufferiog i i:st, and many
families ar actually starving for want
of snslenanre. Appenl hav btM mads
by ii. agaenttvt aounoil to all tre
trad! ntiioua of Alah.tma for help,
msuv of the striker legging for bread
Hnudiada are tielng fed on the streets
beta every day.
S-"Versl south Alabama town ar In
dwkawafoi wantol aoal to ope rati
ilvctrlo plaata, two of th Bloaa Iron
and steel oompaay! blaal furuaow
have been blown out, and several mora
are likely to t biik-l till week.
WAnrs at Ft I.I.MAN.
Chiuacm, Hay 7 Uulaaa the i;
seal of last year is restored the nu n
in the Pullman cat shop inav strike
A m meeting of employe wa
held in Kensington last night, at whicn
a omuiittee was apK)intal to confer
with the oWoiabl o! th company to
'Ihe petition will nnt contain any
threat but the. tentiOMOt l almost
nnanimnui to ipilt Work in cue the
company refn- In r ,ls wng. s
Pan a. III , May 7. There were nmre
coal miuert at work tndsy than tlo-re
has been inc the trouble began. Tha
worker were met .Saturday evening
by committees of strikers ami told th il
they would not 1 p T mil ted lo go to
erotic t.,d .y I'.n! mi . II rt wa made
today to prevent them.
Tbe strikers claim that 1,500 men
will ba bara tonight and prevent work
KOLUNU MII.IJ Pllt'T IH1WN.
Know ii i it. May 7 The first effect
of the miners' strike ha ben felt here
Ihe Knoxvillo rolling mill Have
poetad a notion aayinj that ibey were
compelled to abut doWO, owing to their
inability to secure coal.
Thi one of the largaat iron mill in
the south. Probably other manufse
luring Imlnslries will be foroed lo shot
the 00U KKM KUTTJta
CoLVniUg May 7 John Mcl'.ride
today talagrapbed Uelvio Morris, of
Cleveland, who asked for Information,
to provide for at least 1,000 operators,
miners and visitors at the Cleveland
mauling lo settle tha mining question.
1 hi Will be the largut meeting of th
kind ever held in this country.
SUICIDE BY SiOOTING.
Dr William KmrTsn Kud, HI Life si d
Rrcall An . h-i Traesdv.
TtliraOR, N. J,, May 7 William
Kuitl'cn, nged 07 yoars, commltteil sui
cide last night by shooting himself in
the temple with a revolver. Hi body
wa found this Ho rning in a carriage
in a wagon ghed near his home.
He war the father of Dr. A. S
Kn.il en, whose wife Myra was found
chloroformed to death fuur yean ago,
causing a great sensation and the BtyV
tery of which wa never cleared up.
INSECT PESTS SWARMING.
Threaten to Destroy the Propct of en
Extraordinary Fruit Yield.
ALBIOH, N, Y., May 7. Fruit trees
of all kinds nre blossoming full, but
dentructive insect nrealready nt work.
Farmers generally are spraying their
trees In the hope of destroying the in
sects, which now stand between them
and an extraordinsrr fruit year.
AFTER THE BOX RECEIPTS.
Mr. Coxey Will Make Thlnirs PUaiant
for th Oeneral and Brcwn.
Masiu.on, O., May 7. Mr. Caro
line Coxey, the dlvoread wife of the
commonweal leader, and the siiter of
ex-Congressinan Ainmurman, of Penn
sylvania, is proparing to make It un
ploasiuitly hot for both Coxey and
Browne. They induced her daughter
to go to Washington as the "angel of
peace," nnd have so humiliated and
prostrated Mrs. Qoxay that she nas
concluded to proiecute them for ab
duction tha moment thoy set foot ou
Ohio toil. She may conclude to carry
tne war into the District of Columbia.
On thi and other points she i now
conmilting with her ndvlieri.
Coxey has failed to pay her alimony,
nnd the allowance due to her for tho
maintenance of thre youu children,
all of which wss due April 1. He is
living in state in Washington and she
is despondent at Mnsillon. Sho pro
pose a speedy change if ho has to at
tach the box office receipts on the
wagons of the commonweal.
KILLED BY TRAMPS.
A dang of Fifteen Lout an Ohio Man'
Hons nnd Shoot Ulm.
CLIVKLA5D, May 7.--A man nnm-d
John tiedeon WM found at hi homo
iu Brooklyn village, a suburb of Cleve
land, last night mortally wounded.
Ho sui t that at abont 7 o'clock in Ihe
evening n gang of fifteen tramp
visit- d his house, which is an isolated
locality ami a;.d for money
Whin he refoeed their requaal they
proceeded to wreck the lions- and then
I shot him with a revolver
Th bullet passed through Hudson'
abdomen and the physicisns lay ho
will die before morning The police
are now on the trail of ihe tramps,
' e "
A Pise of Slon l'nstrt Hiram Mil
suam 'Kin. May 7. Hiram Miller, of
Trevoriou Valley, tael death in a auri
on. way today. Mnler ha I occasion to
mot! a ItOOa from nu old taeaiuned
1 le UN I a chisel, knocked the (ton
nut, and as ho struck It a piece of th
ton about the aiM of a paa tl w off
pierced hi eye and entered hi brain,
killing in ni in a few BlOtttW
Violent Speeches of the Fiery-Tongued
Orators H.i.sr a Breeze
U 1Kb -. M iv 7 I i ti e May ly
daaanalratioa in Hydi 1 'ar k v.-terday,
after the AnarobUt speaker' tiraib-s
were listened lo With gool natuiet
toWranaa until on of them declared
thst an eight hour day must be ob
l alued, even If it b old be BaOMaari
to kill Mr HadatOUl u 1 mur ler Lora
SalUbury, the ire of the crowd was OS
rilrd, and a rush wn load" for the
platform, the crowd being apparently
determined to lynch t ,e pakrr. lie
was dragged fr-on the platform and
ws is-ing roughly bandied, ei.ru iba
polio made a charge an 1 rescued him
from hi captor
Anotuer siwaker who attempted to
niak aiine treatni-nt by (prlnging
(rom the rear of the platform and Ml a
hot pice acnes the park, with the
On U 1 in full crv after htm The po
lo, the bane of Ihe ntiurcMsts, laMf
Vene I to protect him.
Th crowd returned to th platform,
where thy eagerly listened for Ihe
apaanon to laualga m violent bar
sngUM No sooner would they do thi
than Ihey woald l hauled from the
platform ud pats I along to the rear,
being severely cnlTd and kicke-l a
thy wre baodad along,
The wl.olii prove, ding showed vsrv
plainly that the ausrcbists cannot
count mny friend, uiong th genu
in VOrkiagUMO of London
Cnlonsl Watrous ( ialtns Tht O A. R
Prist, Have peso Ksrlndl-M
Mll.w Al'KKi.. Wis, May 7 C iii-
mandarJ. A. Wainm. of th Hi- n
: in deprtuiiit Grand Army of the
K-piihlic, tin afternoon made the
sensational itatameUl that of 1 0,000
snt lo th Boutharu Qrand Army
poati during raaant yaara by northern
veteran, only a small portion was ever
dvoted to the purpose for which it
ass given, namely th decoration of
tbe grave of Colon auldier buried in
Most of the money, said Colonel
WatroUl, na apparently lieen put into
a new memorial hall at liichmoud
One of the post Unit il accused of
I line misappropriating fundi i- located
at Richmond, the loaatlog of the other
ia not Mated. Veteran are Warned
against giving any furthr aid to Ihaai
poabl which have heratofore olicite I
mousy for the work of decoratnii;
Colonel Walroni ny hen Ireds of
Wvtnen' K' lisf corp, har-s been twin
died ont of small sums by these posts
sine" the alarm was Mist raised in the
(fraud Army ot the Kepubliu posts
some time ago.
THOUSAND!) FOR KELLY.
Orand Master S. vsielgn Want Knight
of Labor to Contribute Dollar.
DM MolSKR, la., May 7 Ameet
ing of labor leaders w hld hr,(Kn
eral Master Workman Sovereign being
It was d-cided to ifsoe nn appeal to
the K nights of Labor of America nnd
Canada akiug that each individual
member contribute $1 to Kelly.
HEARD OVER THE CABLE.
Pari is to have a new gate through the
wail", near the llatiguolles station. It will
be called the 1'orte I'oiichwt.
Oraat Uritaln has scooped another
African kingdom. 'I'm lime It is
Kabaraga'l principality that the British
Lion has swallowed.
Tba French government has decreed ex
pnlsion from French territory for the
Italian Gfaniral (loggia, arrested upon a
charge. of espionage.
The council of miuisters at Alexandria,
Egypt, has granted 180,000 with which
to erect a solid budding at Cairo to replace
the (Ibises Museum.
A large number of American and
English vidtora hevo arrived Iu New Or
leans, France, to take part In tbe Joan of
Arc celebration tomorrow.
An explosion took placo in the large
Cordite works at Waltbani Abbey, twelve
miles from London, yesterday morning,
killing four men ud injuring a dozen or
In England they hnve n man named
Willinm Oldham who appears about to
have his obituary written up with the
other cranks. Be proposes to voyage
from Nottingham to New York on a water
cycle h feet long, and says ho can mnko
the trip in six weeks.
W IS HEARD
Mr. Allen, of Htbrttkl, Desires an Invcsti
datlon ol the Coxey Arrest.
TARIFF DISCUSSION IN THE HOUSE
The Resolution of the Senatorial
Friend of tbe Hobos Will Como Up
for D scussion Today - Spirited De
bate Between Mr. Livingston and
Mr. Milbken Senate Sessions Be
hind Closed Doors.
W v BIRQTOg, May 7
IT 1 1 the exception of tho first
half hour the whole of today's
Session of the senate was
passud be! ind locked doors, In
oonildaratlon of th Chiuaaa treatv
Nothing of public interest occurred in
open Msttion exept the offering of a
resolution by th popollal senator from
Habraaka 'Mr. Allen) In relation to tha
police assault upon, and the arrest and
imprisonment of Coxey and hi, two
subordinates on the l,t of May, "while
peaceably entering thecnpitol grounds
in a iiii"t and orderly manner "
The resolution provided for a select
committee of five senator to investi
gate the fact and oiroomatUOOM nnd
to tnak such recommendation! ''as
will pr-vent such outrages hereafter '
The resolution went over till tomorrow
whn it will com up in the morning
honr, and mav lead to nn Interesting
ducnssion. The senate at B 19 ad
journed. noi si piocuouiaa
Under n order from tba committee
on rules the house tpant n.nrly all the
ly In diasUMlng a I ill reported f r m
the committee on public buddings and
ground for the purchase of it for
tba government printing office. After
tills bill shall hava bean tHapOM 1 of bv
tha terms of the order mentioned, the
bill for the erection of ball of r.o r Is
for t e torag- of governiner.t pap- r
In lb city of Washington, will be the
pending buaineaa, labjeot only to the
consideration of appropnatloo bills,
SI'IKITKI TAIIirr CM'ol STIR.
The diculo-i o i the bill drifted to
th ta.nr hVplriag to a queetlon by
Mr Hllllkeu, Mr. HcHlllin Dim,
Tenn. ' denied that the bOUM Voted to
take the tariff off ranrwtth the ex-
;c!'i u ti.st it w rttjd be restored by
it Dernoeratio friend! in th aeoate,
and "if II wae not for the aid given by
th friend of th gentleman from
Maine," he sal 1, "the ngsr duty wonld
not tie pined in th tenet! "
"When tba bill r unes back tn the
hon," with a duty on sugar m it, will
yon vote for it?" asked Mr. Milliken.
"If OU for' ,, us to decide between a
blab duty on all article and a high
luiy on one article, we may bscotn
pelM to accept it," an,wrl Mr M
Millin, amidst laughter on tho R ip lb
Mr Livingston akil Xlr Milliken
if b would vote for the till If it cm -I
ack to the house with the sugar tax
out and the meome tax In.
Mr Hllllkeu I w mil vote for a bill
that woui i profi i Ulsir for Amarioan
workmen and not to give their work
to F.ur ip-an
Mr l.ivinggton Hut will you vote
for a bill that hat no sugar tax and
aontaln an income taxT
Mr Milliken I fav .r th passge of
a bill that will ke. p American labor at
work by protecting the Ind uat rial the
r engaged lu I prefer mat tba
American I lOONf lUOttld lai at Work on
th firm, in the mill, in the shop, on
the st. rather thai that ha should bl
Idle and maroblag about the oouotry
s C ey armies iHepnblicnn ap
plause Mr. Millikn continue 1 his rmrks
In criticism of the Wilson lull for a
time, waen he gave way ta Mr lunk
head for a motion that the committee
riae, which agreed to.
lu New York and New .lrey
bridge bill mi motion of Mr. Dnmphy.
i Dfin, N Y. i wa, paHM under a aoa-
pension of the rules, 'i he h. ills at "i l'i
SfAVATION IN ILXA-J.
Four Yer, ef Droiirht M lh, Po
pi Dprate Ih.y Uild a Stor.
San AlrTOmo, Tex. My 7 Another
appeal to the world for assistance
coin from tlu suffering people of 7. v
lata county The itarving people at
m diepereta tbat a band of twenty o(
thrm made a raid upon a general Itofo
th other day eeking fon t
The drought has lsted for f. ur
years, and there is not a wagon load
of grass in the entire county. It is the
only ectiot) in southeastern Tex a! not
visitfd by the recent heavy rain.
Griff) Win th Contst, According to
Boston, May 7. The much talked of
Orlffo-Hurpby tight aama off tonight
iu the Casino. Al the end of the eighth
round lirifTo wa awarded tho deciaion,
amid icenes of wild disorder and con
fusion. It was a .Murphy crowd
throughout the contest.
When the decision wn Biinouncod
by the referee, Murphy, who was jnt
as fresh as when ho entered the ring,
uimD an attempt to spiak to the aud
ience, claiming tho decision wn un
fair, but ho was hustled off the Mtage
MOBBEO THE DOCTOR.
A Russian' Sorrv Attvmpt to Effsct a
''Hoodoo" Cur of Rable.
Bai.tihokk. May 7 At No. 1818
Last Lombard street yesterday a Rus
sian tried to euro aman of hydrophobia
in unch thesameuinnnernsthu Indian
uiedicino men try to cure their sick.
The Husaian enin nn from New
York especially to make the cure.
Some of the neighbors believed that
the man could make a failh cure;
others did not. Some said that if the
doctor did not free the man from the
evil spirit they would tnke the eAse Into
their own hands and kill the doctor.
From the inside could be beard the
barks and growls of the hydrophobia
Itriken man. The crowd was dispersed
several times during the afternoon by
Bergeanl Ryan, but gathered again and
Finally tho people started In tn break
o;ien the door and mob tho Russian.
The police arreted elevn of the
MIND TURNED BY WORRIMENT.
The Father of Dr Kiifun, of Trnton,
TRUNTOH, N. J., Mav 7 William
Knlffln, a retired locomotive engineer,
nged 07 years, committed suicide last
night by shootifg. Ho wa found
esrlv tbll morning lying lo a wagon iu
B shed on hi own pr-miaes. There was
a wound in hi right temple and a
rovoivr lay by his side.
The suicid was tba father of Dr. A.
S EnifJBo, whose young wife was found
chloroformed to dath In her apart
manta on tba night of Jan. 2, ih'.io. Dr.
K nidi 'i end young woman who bad
beeu living with his family were ar
rested nn ausplcion of having had some
connection with the murder, but both
were finally disobargad, the grand jnry
failing to indict lhain. The elder
Kniffln'l mind had been slightly un
balanced, and he acted quetrly lince
LAND OF LAWLESSNESS.
The People Terrorized and tho
Authorities Powerless to Termi
nate the Rolgn of Crime.
pMt:T Richmond, iv, mv 7 --For a
leng'hy period much Uwine ha
prevailed in tbe Wyoming eoal iilds,
ud hardly a wtk ha passed since
January that a arlmeof beinoua chir
acter has Dot been conirailtsd
Within tba last Hir e monthi out
rages have been ou the increaee, end
thirty-live myaterlOUl and brutal as
lamlnatloni b ive bdo oommlttad, b
side other atrOOitiej
In vrv lust nice the crime have
been traced to Hungarians an I
Blavonlana, w& have managed to
escape. Fntire c innmtie hav
lieen terrorised hv memberaof an oath
boind orgaulaation, whose Influence
atipears to reach from the anthracite
coal region, of north -rn I'ennsvlvsnia
to the bituminous conntry of ( 'antral
PannsylTaaia, and west or tn Al
legheny mountains to tbe coke
Tne criminal record! of this section
of the siale how that during the last
year over 1 10 mnr lers have b-eu pr-e-t
rated, while but ven 0f ttia murder-
r w.re apprehended
The organic 1 outlaw committing
thee crime have alto wreaked Wfteie
tale destruction ol property, and th
value alone of th coal breakers and
other nun works deetfoyed in to ar
thraeit. eouiitr v ainoout to nearly
K3. 000. 1
I he authoritie have determine! to
1. pt no r.i raaolnta measure to ferret
OUt and apprebeud Iba Uw breakers,
aibaee operation! hav left a crimson
irail in Ihe black diamond conntrv.
RIOTS IN POLAND.
Th Ptraeeutlon rf ih Bbf!W! Pen-
leu,d at Or. J. wo.
WaRBAW, M 7 .Iw-tieting
riot ooourrod tu Qrajewo, Poland, to
day, wbleh raaaltod la the loss of sv-
eral lives and th injury of a Isrge
number of person A mob of work
men who were engaged In the con
trUOtiou of a barrack building at dra
jwo, made an attack upon the Jewish
trader in the Jewisu Motion of the
b.wn. baiting their abopa and hou,
beating the men and insulting th
women, and finally et fire to several
The troope ware called nntani the
mob ordered to diapereo. The com
mand not being beaded, the troon
ware ordered to fire, which thoy did
Four men a. re killed outright, twelve
were eo badly wounded that they died
f-w hour la'.-r and al it I i other
were m re or i.-.s seriously p.Jiirel by
hnllets None of the .lew were neri-
oualy hurt, though lomaotthem were
SNOT H i H INSUIT.
Four Hundred Cox.nt.s Offrsl Work
t $ TO a Day In N.br.ska.
BALTLi8, M.iv 7. V. H. Kerning-
ton, who returned frou, Poantollo u,t
night, sn t that he was authorized to
state that Kllnatrloh an l Oolllnatba
railroad contractors st Beatrice, N'eb ,
will furnish employment ba every
Ub'iulwr of Coxey army campod near
Tba men, who number over 100, will
be paid $1 "i'I per day if they aeocpt-
HERNANOIZ IN PRISON.
Contrary to Rsporlf, the Mxlen Rovo-
lutlentet, Will Nt Be Hhot.
CITY ok MbXIOO, May 7 -The state
blent recently mada th it Colonel Neive
Hernaudea, the Mexiean nrmy oflicer
implieatad in the Graraa revolution, has
been sentenced to death, is denied.
The wily ( liinan nn i sld to be up tp a
new triik. Me Is rvgiitering more thnn
once, with a view to eelllna Cto ipare eat
tillcates to hi, huatlieu confrere.
Active step, era being taken at the in
terior department to increase the number
of day schools on Indian reservations.
About sixty of tho schools are now kept
on tha reoervationa and un increase to a
hundred will probably be ordered.
Theoaseol Preeldent Bngeman, of the
Ivy City Jockey club, New ton llenningtou.
of New York, and his three co boolciuak-
ers, uudar Indictment for violating the
District gambling laws, will como up
again before the criminal oourl in atcw
The secretary or the interior has ap
proved the plan of increasing the force of
Held matrons of the liniiim service re
cently recommended by Oommhieiener
Browning. '1 here nre now only five
matrons on the rolls, and the appointment
of twenty additional ones WOT probnblv he
for fteMUV.- for Kiutrrn
ns)rnio, fair, coocr in
f(ipri ;ioifii)ii, wsi .,,,,,, (.
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Rmneyleaata. Mr, Heal to north windt
beemt iny rartable.
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