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SCUAATON. PA., TUESDAY MOltXING-. MAY 15, 1894.
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III OTHER I
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Cleveland's Great Concourse ot Miners and
THE W OPERATORS ARE AT ODDS
A Meeting of Vast Import- Deter
mined Attitude of The Members
of the Union Attested Tens of
Thousands of Worktrcn and Artis
ans All Over the Country Will Be
Affected by the Outcome.
Ci.icvn.ANP, Mrv 1 1
rpVF.KY traiu arriving In thia city
U dunni: the night nud early honr
of the morning brought delegates
- to attend the miner1 conven
tion to lav, and the conference which
Uk.-: plsco tomorrow at the 'linmber
ot Commerce between the miners und
Btoretarr P. J. McBryde v iesd th.
sentiments of a good ni my delegate
wlnu bo unaware t a suiKestioa as to a
"S'n, Mr," he Mid, "Wodid not come
lirrr fur a eouiprnin ie, end thus fur
we hnve no turn word in nor VOOebnl
ary Nothing short of what we sk
will give the miners living wage, aud
for tlist wi' contend, We can hold ont
for thre months, tint we have node
sire to do so. For that reasou w CUM
to t hi-i conference."
.nr. neoryae wonio no: tor a mo
ment consider th Itthjeot of settle
ment in different looalitiai without
reference to what is doni elsewhere
"The onlv condition under which
WOtk Will be rtaniDod," he continued,
"is a Battlement fur nil the stutes, as
WW originally Miinounced."
The declaration meuua that the
minora and operators of the PlttabOTg
disirict re iti far apart an pibie.
Th laltei decided at their coufer
ei c in Pittsburg on Friday that they
would not psrticipate i.i the conven
tion, and that titer would settle with
their tatn v. iil.out consiiltinx the offi
t.rs ot the TJaited Mine worker,
The operators Of mine in the Ohio
t: ' ' have all ntot.jt signified llieir
VilllttgWOB lo nuke a BettfeiBOnt Willi
their mi n through their nalinnai 01-
ginlantioo and th ftttabarg linnet
b n are not haokward in nasertiog that
the Ohio ODBfetOM er bckinc the
striken, hoping mat the miners w.ll
force the Pittsburg-. ts lo py a rule of
TV cent, which will give the Hocking
Vail")- and Jaekeoo operator a dtffer
entinl of ll cents a ton in their faVOf,
9 cents on inn mining rate an 1 . cuts
on tiie freight rat.
MILLIONS AUE INVOLVED.
Millions of dollar are involved in the
ontcnnie of the conference betwoen th
strik- rs and the peratora, It is not a
matter In which tii Dlnn and up r
iors ere totelv interested. AnotBer
month of i ll-nes at lb bituminous
coal centers hffected will work Incal
Bailable it-jory to no suiill part of th
The lens of tbOOMndl of Work
er wl 0 "re HOI lotrftd lireetly ,r
lndln dly in the miners' tronblel wii!
be Bade innoc nt victims of tne deter
mination of the tradai organisation or
the equally strong determination of the
mine own. r Diapatcliee from Chicago
and CD any of the leading towns in III
nois eay that the stock- of bituimnojs
cosl are almost MUBttBtOd and that a
few day ui"! UieV witness the general
abutting dowu of manufacturing es-
tal ItabtncntS, of (;as and eh ctric plants,
Of WNlerwi'iks. tb (tOppage of eleva
tors in biy Oomtni rcinl and residence
Evi rv urn" i Seated by the strike i
rcp;esentjd In the conference by tuin
tH and OpefatOtC The call is signed
by J nn KeBrido, a president, and
Psltick UcDrv .it. is secretary an l tra
nrer of the Uuitcd Bin '.Vor.-er of
America, and for th operators ty V.
B Blcomh, pmidest or the White
Bloc: f'or.l i on pauy of (Jhlrago; ,1 A.
Bnlth Tally, of 'ierre Haute; J. s.
Mar'in, of Colombu, J ; and F, L.
lit Linnet;, of Pittsburg.
Th mitiTs ure opposed to any com
ptotni, Whlll th operators favor the
InteMtnta rate, which runs from .VI to
85 rents In tlliooia and odlana to 7U
certs in Piitsiiurg. Tills Is the lirht
national trik mnong th- rapiers in
twenty years, and if they succeed in
having tho inter-stute agreement
adopted it will bo thoir gre.uett vic
tory. G'RMIN MINtKS' CONGRESS.
Miner frcm All Parti of thi Earth Mn.t
in Germany Tcday.
Pkhli.n. May M The miners' inter
national congri ss opened here today in
Concordia Festival nal),lo the Andrea
atraia. Thomns Hurt, member of tho
British parliament) was elected chair
innn. and Hrr Singer welcomed the
del. g tteg on bohalf of the Socialist
member of the reiohstag.
Bert Legien made nn address, in
winch he dwelt upon the importance of
tho miner' organization, eayingthnt It
was the most powerful in the world.
benjamin I iekard, also a member of
the British parliament, on behalf of the
foreign delegates, thanked the congress
for the cordial welcome extended to the
latter. Two ('elegates from tho United
Stiiti s are ozp'cted.
RAILROADS LACK FUEL.
Ths Nw York Central Taking Train
Off ar.rt Burning Wood.
Aldany, My 14 Betweeu Saturdy
nnM mid. uglit last oight twelve train
were taken off this division of the
Central ritilrond and more will be
dropped today because of lack of soft
coal. In the Esst Albany roundhouse
nre now stored all the engine of the
train ptillod off. Today all switch
engine in the East and West Albany
yards began burning wood for fuel.
In East Albany, where all passenger
enidca that rnn between Albany and
New York take their supply, fifteen
cats of coal nre on hand, which can
last but a day or two at the most.
In St. Johnivllle, where most of the
ooal la stored aa it come from the
mines, there is less on hand ut present
than there ban been in forty years.
On Saturday night live shifting en
gine iu service at the West Albany
shifting yards and three sarvio trains
were taken off. Yesterday only five
freight trains left Wsit Albauy bound
west. Hsveral small fast, freight trains
left for New York Too track men
have repaired orders to collect all ties
and other wood lying along the lines of
the road for use for fuel.
RESERVtS NOT NUMEROUS.
Coxiyll Demonstratt in at Donvjr Is a
DENVER. May. 1 1 The demonstra
tion by the Coxeyite reserves yester
day did not come up to ihe expecta
tions so far a the parade was con
cerned. The column, instead of con
taining 10.000 people, as prydicted, was
composed of barely 500 led by a single
band. At the peaker' stand, how
ever, fully 10,000 persons were assem
bled. Addresae were made by General
Baiter Workman Sovereign, of the
Knitfhtsof Labor; Jay Cook, jr. ; "Gen
eral" llet'ener. of th Di'nve Coxey
tjserve; and Judge K.er, of Pueblo.
CRANK AT THE CAPITOL.
Burly Colored Man Creates Ex
citement by Dire Prophecies
in the House.
WASiilsr.TON, BAT 15. Dnrlne the
consideration of a district bill in th
iiouse c nider able excitement Wat
caused by a colored man in the public
gallery. The m m ar. se and a Mr-ssed
tho speaker. .iyinit that if die Coxev
Mil we not tpeewd, the white bone.
treasury and Capitol would be destroyed
by tbnoder uo l lightning, Tne ipeakei
directed the door keeper to remove the
man, which was done with some diffi
culty. The crank's name Matthew A
Cherry. Ho is a big, burly DCf.ro mid
ll a blacksmith, residing iu tine city.
II- insists that he i not insane, bnt
hix mind is manifestly unbalanced
When iU-stioned hv the police he
aid thut unless tho Oosey good roads
bill was pasted lhre would be a gen
eral destruction of government prop
e:tv In Wnebiogtoo Congrj woo Id
he given until Bay .'i to pss the bill,
If it did not heroine a law by thst tun
the puolic boUdiogi worn i be deetroyed
I y t'onib He wa arr's:-! bv the
Capitol p lice and taken to th-L--u. 1
ro.,m in the basem-nt of the Capitol
iIj wa retained in the giwrd room
ahout thirty munites when he wa
taken to the Sixth pr-cinct station.
Befflfe entnriuu the gallery Cherry
enilaavured to see Speauei C.-isp. He
oalied it th oorrid'.r Whloh rurs to
the rer of the bona chamber and was
topped bv kit doorkeeper a color I
uiess-nifer g-iiri- the door of tl.e
Speaker room When the rrn:ik de
mended to e th apeaker, th door
keeper akked hit tiuua-s. Toe crank
repii-1 that he desired an audience
With Speaker Cusp, but refused to
tte. fur what rasou When the door
kiier again Ht-rnly refuse I t i comply
With his re(tisnt, the crank face I about
and Went up in trie nailery, where l.e
was arrestel within h ilf a moment
after he t.egan his b irangn
TO BURN AN T H R(C ITE.
8-ft Coal Lrc m nivs to H Prn:r.d
for a Mnire
PoTTCVlXXg, Pa. May 15 In cons. -Qnence
of tn bitnalnons etrtke or
der havn been given here to fir -men
on the Philadelphia end Brit nod the
Bebarlklll Villy railroaU in m my
IneteOCeC to prepare their lir.i tn . In
anticipation of bttmlng suthraoite coal
to raise steam for the locomotives iu
tln tr charge
The L-lni;h Valley U.ilroad com
pauy wire to havu changed from bard
to soft coal on the first day of May,
but the Strike in the bltnminous re
gion prevented them fiom making the
IN OUR OWN COM MONvVEA.TH.
In two rtays thirty-fir alleged flab
Poachers have been lines ted in Alluirbouy
St Ueorce's LithsaniaS ebireh.et Shen
andoah, oun of tho llnest in the county,
was uuoicaieu runnay.
For iiHlnga Oat fore m ck fox cliane,
Alderman 11. K Wickol and three other
men of Heading have (jiven hall for trial
Th Perry county Republican co .veti
tiou instructed its delegates to role for
Hastings Kob;nson, Myiin, Latta, (Irow
Canght by a tram midway mi a railroad
brldt-s at Heading. Walker Mnyer leaped
lirty feet Into the river below and escaped
with a broken leg.
While handling a charge of dynamite, at
Locust (iap an explosion occureeil, killing
John Prenk, of Pottaville, fatally Injuring
John l'aul and sorlously injuring neni
The Avondale hotel owned by James
Duffy, of Plymouth, was wrapped in
(lames yesterday and in h ss thau one
h iur wbh burned to tho ground. Loss
(5,600, fully Insured. Origin not known.
By an explosion of gas yesterday at the
Hoar Hidgo colliery, Pottaville, John Hart
enstein was Inatintly killed, Hubert Del
ton aud Michael Kyan fatally burned, and
William Meeney and James Hyau severely
Secretary Carlisle limits the seal catch
Alavroyeni Boy, Turkish minister, I
slowly recovering from n sorlous illness.
The government has beuu to take pre
cautionary measures against the adtnissiou
of yellow fevor into the country.
Tho trial of Colonel Atnsworth and Con
tractor Daut, indicted for manslanghter in
tho Ford's theutro disaster, is oxpectod to
occupy a part of the week.
The house committee on agriculture lias
reported favorubiy a bill transferring the
geological survey aud fish commission to
the department of agriculture.
The National museum has sccnroil an ex
tensive series of in. nut chipped stone im
plements from India, which were collected
in cavas aud rock shelter.among thenorth
em and northwestern hills, and in grave
The offl 04 of foreign mnil has announced
that sninploH of articles composed of glass
or other fragile material, in unsealed pack
ages, will he admitted in the mails be
tweeu the Cnitod States and certain for
The Restless Cenunonralers Emigrate to
AT GEORGE WASHINGTON HOTEL
The Gate Money Didn't M.-.terialize
in the Desired Volumo at Hyatts
ville, So the Army Shook the Dust
of the Town from Their Feet Yest
erday Morning for a More Profit
able Location Now Quartered at
a Points of Historical Interest.
Washington. May 11
Ks"! LESS C. x viies mode another
UJ move this morning, Spa water,
rn sl.adv groves, ,nd unlimited np
Ju portnolties for prooal oUaol-
;..-.s have not the same attraction for
i hem as prospects of gate money an 1
abundant five ration l tides, the
fjyattavill p opl in organizing vigil,
anoo conituilt e and (Weerlog iu liMr
ilT's posses, snd appealing to the stat
authorities f..r aid to sj-.ipr.-ss a nuii
anot manifested, to say the least of it,
an inbotpitabl spirit.
So as some of the barkeeper In the
neighboring village of Blendonsborg
esmed desirous of having the presence
of the Coxey army la their neighbor.
nood to draw OOltOttt, and as the ao of
ttie yard lOrronndlng the fatuous old
In st dry, tiie Get rgo Washington
llouie, in H!au lenstiiirg, w is ten lei I
them, llrown and Coxy last night de
termined to move tlieir rugged PsUtstT
Ian i.rtny ont of Hyattsvill" into Bl t
dcusbttrg, They were luduoed to mak
the change for several reason.. I amp
Liberiy wasc iinp.ir.-itlvely iTtccesMl '.,
Xcept to pereODI Who drove out there
iu n.rriae or iMiiies.
Those who bad not that mods of In.
coinotton were compelled either lo wade
a creek of running "spi' or walk or
"coon" it over a log bri ige high above
I the stream. Oo&M OtMOtlV llie Kate
money received yesterd iy waa not
CUOOgh to psy expense The uew
c.impinggroan 1 r via l the U .i i n.' jr,'
hotel are nclus.'d iy a high fence, and
so the managed will i able to exact
mi admlasisn fee fiom II visitors. Tha
m )e was male this uioruiug at B
o'clock. BfOWn nnnunm-el it iu thu
followin; SSlOfeitollSUll oi l. r
'In the Ptrid, Camp Liberty near
llvatt.viiie. Mo ,Mr i t IBM Comrades
We have pen: a glorlOtU day In this
op,depit the lowering dec le,whes e
ttter I B DO the part of a tew 0M -eni i"
men of Hvn'tsvllle. wl,.., as it a m
light uignt l -.t evening, got frightenrtl at
th.-ir . wn sl.ii l It-ji we i,.,ve t. en
favoreil by a uuiutjei of the g(w J j ropln .(
that place today, many ladies, who all ex-
preseod tbemolve that the Insult to o
Of tli-so-ra.led iie.i-iiation meeting was
ATUKi SOB WASIIINiilnN BOtKta
Tomorrow marntag bugi- rail it T e. at. i
tirenkfast at I At B o'clock strike camp
and move to the groutol in the nsef of the
Qeorge Waahlngtoa hotel Uiadenburg,
where wewin remaia Isdeloltely a. ,
base of op.-railom ttjr heaihj i.irln s
wih be in the old Qeorge Woabll on
hotel, once the hi idquartera of the mau in
wtose honor it Wa nalnt-d VfhCSI he wa.
lighting the Brlttsb, e the oomui inweel I
imw tigl.ting the KuglMh giM nag
Brothoi Ooxeyaoo wifeaad Utu L ga
Tender will a wo take up quarter In the
hotel, which has been kindly ptaOSd at Bf
service ounng our stay la the neighbor
hood. Slarsiial ' . T. MrKee will atteud
to donnttoU as usual, tomorrow, and win
tskea. Brothers Lori, Lortta, aud Alex
For special reasons every member is ex
pectett to remalala camp iocsorow solas
granted a naea, with torfeiture of bulge
tor disobi dieuce. Twelve more of .Mar
shal Kelvin's nu n joined us toilsy, and 1
have organised i ..inmune A of the Cali
istguedi "Carl Browne"
Desertion and acceasioas appear to
run with nearly equal feet a nnmbei
of stragglers from Galv.n's SlOWd in
Pennsylv iiii.t dropped into camp yes
terd.iy. Oa ttiat day and Saturday
there were about forty new recruits,
and about fifty thee who marched
out from "l imp Tyranny" iu Wash
ington latlod to answer roll call this
WILSON ELECT R0CU T E D
The Murderer of De.eoUve Harvey
Calmlv M o ts Hie Fate.
A t'H i' EN, N. Y. , May 1-1 --"Dink"
Wilson, the murder.:, was electrocuted
at Auburn prlaou at IS, CI today. Ho
passed a comforUhlo ulgttt and exm
bited no fuar or auxieiv
Wilson shot and killed Detective
.lames ilarvey, of Syr-tone, 00 J ily ill
leak Tha mordsrer an I his brother
were being taken to the police station
by the detective, charged with bur
glarly, when Wiison shut. The men
ran, but "Dink" ws c night. His
brother Qoorgs wa arrested later, and
now awaits trial
UNKNOWN'S ARMY OILBQNOS.
The Blval ot Ccx-v Uaable to Hold tile
Washington. May 14 -What wai
laft of "Unknown or Bonntbank"
Bmitb'a contingent of the oommonweal
army has been formally disbanded by
Home of the BSD went to join Coxey
at Hladcnsburg, end the rest to lialli
more, where they will join Smith, who
leaves fur that place today.
VICTIMS OF THE OIL FIRE.
The Two Who Were Most Seriously In
jured Will IlT-over.
TifiADFOItD, Pa., May 14 Of tho thir
ty persons injured und burned in yes
terday' oil refinery fire, Firemen Cros
by and Colomnn are the most seriously
13otu are doing well and will, recover.
STATE LEAGUE SCALPS.
They Are Deair.d by Opponent of tha
President and Secretary.
Heading, Pa., May 14. Munager
Wituiuu, of the Heading team, bus
colled a meeting for Thursday next of
tho owners of the Stat league teams.
In signing the call for the meeting
Manager Witman ligOSblmsjelf pr-.i-detlt
pro. tem. of the league. 1 a
quorum is had at the meeting the dis
putes that have 1 een going on in the
League will b; thoroughly dUoUISod
and may be stopp-d.
It is said that an effort will be made
at tho meeting ' depose th" present
president and secretary of the Lsaguo.
CIRCUIT C0UR1 CONVENES.
Twenty Five Cases on the Issue Lilt at
P1TT8BDBQ Pa, Bay 14 Ths May
term Of the United States circuit court
opened today, Judge Aeheson on the
bench. Of the tWenty-flve cases on the
issne list, fifteen were continued,
Among these was the fun Bl cases
Ol James and Ann Jenkins against the
South Pork Fishing and Bunttngclub,
n relic of the Johnstown 11 ) id, and that
of Ann BcFarlnnd agaluat the Drake,
Bt rat ton company, limited, to recover
damages for the dei.th of her husband
liming the building of tho Sixth str.-et
GENERAL NIC CARTNEV BUillED.
The Dii-.lr.Rul.h. d Suldier a'. Rost with
Stlllt try liounrs.
WiLKi-LiAltiti: May 1 1. -The holy
of the late Gen. William H. McCart
ney lav in Itata tier" today an I was
witnessed by OVef 1,000 person. The
fum-ral took place this afternoon and
ttie cortege was one of the largest tsea
u- re lor years
Ihe general was buried with military
honors and tnsnv prominent Brand
amy men iroui virious parts of Penn
sylvania, NW York, and Massachu
setts were press nr.
DYNAMITE 1 A TUNNEL.
Sinners Accused of an Attempt to
Block Traffic on the Balti
more ."Old Oiiio
tjNIOIlTOWS, Pa., M iv II Great ex
citemtnt wa. cane i tin. morning bv
the snnouuceBenl mat an attempt bud
boon t:i I yesterday by the stnkeis to
blow up the Mori m tunnel, ou tho
itato Ilea branch ol tho Ualttm roaod
O'.uo railroad. The railtoid flicials
ara very reticent over th- mat
tr. Tn storv goea that
Urge quantity of dynamite was found
in the tniin-l, but Information of
plot to destroy It wis received In time
to prevent the plan fr. in being rarrie.t
oat. Toe cause of tt.e xtt mpt lie in
the fact that IBS BallimOC and Ohio
company 1 dally brt .gitig mm Ire Is of
ears of rewoeel into tiie r.giou from
ttie West Virginia mines and to destroy
the tunnel would atop luoh ahlpmente
lor 111 Hit:
At Peroy, this inirelng a few men
attuupied to work, but Were prvet,tel
from entering f.o nil by the alriki re,
out there was tint little troiihle, a few
o! those who attempted to go to work
ie ng h ate u tint not (erioosty
lodsy the striker l.-d 4is rre
adjoi ilng Hill Farm and a large n. Ho
lier wnl ramp there Indefinitely, h p
to praVOnl O' fk at that plant which
tod-y is i until ig fu I
Tue boi.ee of a workman at Fair
I Chance was stoned oy striaTs thll
morning and the wi ido-vs lr kn out.
John Wiikis, another workman, waa
caught last Bight an I reported lO llVs
boon seriously OOWhiieq Py a body of
A big raid had been planned by the
strik-is of this end of tile region, to
take place tomorrow, 'i hey propooa,
if p wtlble, to I ring ont all ihe men at
wuik at HUI Farm, Oliver, Kv.e ami
the Martin C ka w irk Bt F. ir Chance
All of the pi.ui i but Kyis have depu
ties to guard the men itl work Troobla
Is feared, Tue Dunbar tornsws wa
bank 4 down this ;i: mi'ig mill a ti-
ply of Coke c iu b BCttrH About iS 1
uiuu ale thrown out of tmploym '.it
NO ESCAP. FOR NELSON.
Convlc: Kvane Will Have to Eerv Out
WaSBIVOTOK, D C., May 1 1 Kel
son F, Fva- s, w.io waa convict.' .1 and
sentenced lo live years' ImprlaOOmeal
for misapproprlatloo of ttie f and of
the S ring Gar ten National I. ink of
PhUadel phla, Will have to serve out tho
Tue judgment of tho district court
of th-rotted States for the eastern
district of Peiiusylvsnia was today nf
flrmed by the luprems court of the
MUROIMd at rrlUBB.
Daniel Hover, ' M: imefeta, Found Dead
With e Hr. kMi Head.
Bhamoxin, Bay 11 Daniel Dover,
of Jordan township, wa found dead
in hi carriage with his heal battered
in near his home yesterday morning.
The d -y previous he left horn l for
trip to Dauphin county. It I thou lit
bv souid that robbers held him up and
killed him when he resisted.
lie was a prominent man in the com
inunlty and a farmer in moderate cir-
e i hi
GRIM wi ' BARVEST.
Henry Kraft, it well-known railroad
engineer on the ltendlu.t road for 21 years.
Ei'SoBBtor Jcceph B, Banuey, ts years
old, at Howe's Cave, N. V. Well known
iu railroad circles.
Captain Charles ('. Morrison, of the
Uatted States OrdBanoe Oorpa attiover
nor's Island. N'. V., of appendicitis.
Dr. Ueorgo W. llrown, 3( years old, s.-c-retnry
of the Hew Jersey Medu-ai Board,
of Long branch, N. J., at TreUtOB N. J.
Hev. Frank Chandler, 1). I)., il yenrs
old, pastor of the First Presbyterian
Churrh, of Ashury Park, N. J., froin apo
plexy. Deceased had been iu the miuistry
for ill years.
FLASHED FROM THE WIRES.
A 11,000,000 fortune falls to Bt Mabel
Hanks, u Marinette (Wis.) typewriter, and
four oilier relatives.
Opening a closet door in n Cbiysville
(Inn.) chureh revealed the body of William
I. lllllis, who (liaappnarod after a qsarrol
with his father.
New Yorkers are protestlngafptinst con
fectiouers selling brandy drop Dandy to
children. About 100 drops will yioid
teaspoouful of brandy.
The body of a man supposed to be Pro
fessor Anton Stniru, was found hanging
from a tree yesterdnv by a policeman in
Van Cortland park, New York,
i, PLAIT IS
Be -Calls Attention to the Surrender of Dim
ccrats to the Sogu Trust.
HEARD IN THS HULLS OF C8NGRESS
Seventh Week of the Tariff Debate
Opens in an Interesting Manner.
A Ray of Light Cast Upon tiie tiu
gar Speculators Rates of Duties
Fixed Upon Perfumery, Alum,
Amonia, Etc. District of Columbia
Business and Other Proceedings
in the House.
Washington, D. C, May 14.
crpill". s-iventb week of tii terifl hill
I In too senate began today. There
j was tiie usual quantity of disc-mil
eion over the Various ltsms wide',
were reached, but lis quality was BOt
nearly Bp to lbs dally average of that
of the peal two w. ks. Ttie Kepnblican
teoator were not so i atlve In haras
lag tne foe and the Democrat avoid -J
lebate, though not so arelully a pre
viously. Mr. Piatt, Connecticut, male i sotm
wiiat seiisalion il speech iu tne di0U
llOU of ti e tnr.it i. ill in which he siiJ
that nosucii iu irv -1 had eve; bieti se- .
a:i the surrender of all th- Democratic
senators except Mr. Mill-, to the suai
trust. In response to a itatemratof Mr
II trris, l enncasee, that this i ill carried
adntyoffOt a cent on reii 1 1 sti.'ar
s sgatast the otio.iiaif oant in the Mc
K tier hill, Mr Piatt eaid the present
hill did no such tiling. There was
not a man connected with the Hiiifar
trust as stockholder or speculator iu
Wall street, who di 1 no; understand
it, aad there was not a senator who
had demanded th laosoaM who did
hot understand it.
ITliM-i MRHOSKD OP.
I'll" stiirar iiiiestion was further dis
cussed by Senator Allison, V. at and
CifT-ry There were sevsa Items in
the hill c msidered and diap .sed of, The
reealt wee Ihe flxiag of rate ofdulle
a foil wat 0a alcoholic prfomry,
p. r gallon mid .'si c nts atl valorem;
oa alnminia, alum, nlnm cake, etc..
f artnths cents pr pound, en car
braata of ammonia, 2n per cent, ad va
lor, in. on muriate of amiu eal i, 10 per
OtBl and on euiphate of amuio.-.ta SO
Uu blacking of all kinds and ou
beoieaar ui table for n,e m dlecoior
iiiuicnir M pet cent a! v.i'ureui
1 la refined ramplnr 10 tir cent ml
valor 'in. The aetata at ti p m ad
journed ii ma PBocBSDtxos
In th bi use to lay on motion of Mr.
Dslz-il (Hep. Penn l. a bill was paasod
authorizing tb- oonetruoUoo of a
iidi over the BoUOUgBUela riv.r
tr m a polat near Dixon atreet, Bom
ste id to the ritv uf Pittsburg
The rest of the day was devoted, to
the eoocl leietto i of businsss pertain
lac to the Distrlot of Cblnmbia, and
t!. hotiso at 4 ' edj ,nrnd until to
MICTINQ of oop miows
0)rat OtthtrlnB . f latilarcha and Other
Wembsrs of Ihe Or.lrr at Al-oona
Aitikina. Pa., Bay 14 Tho t bras
links of odd fellowship atl I the red and
purple ribbons combined worn by Ihe
in. meets of the grand encampment ol
Odd fellows ol PoantylveBia, war
conspicuous on our i-treets before U
o'clock tblsmoralag Aft-r that hour
they and iheir wearen wre coooen
tratol at the l'.ist.'-i le theater w1 re
the nnual iu-eiiiig of grau I encamp-
menl was held tiiay. Toe moruwg
reasl r was called to order by Grand
Patriarch George Hawkaa, of Pbila
The report of the grand BBfibo, James
B N ' lolaOB, D Xl read, showed that
.; ; M I 00 had bron collected for the BSC
of Ihe grand eiicsrni inent, and that
tbore are at present 18,810 patriarch"
in th - or ler, a net increase of 114, and
contained the detailed report of the r,..
lief work, whioh gave the smoont pal I
ont in the relief ol patriarchs an I t. eir
WldoWl at.d children as (74,108.17,
which, together with 888,488 IB tor the
working expeaaai of the department,
made a grand total oi 1107,84888
(Hand Tnasaier Johu & H iss was tin-
nest officer beard an i govs the cheer
log Information that there waa a bal
ance of 11,008 72 In the treasury.
At the atU-ruooii si ssiou a resolution
wa passed to pirticip ite in tomor
row's parade. Tue next business was
the report of the election Committee,
the election of grand encauipiu -nl of.
BOON having been held on the first
Bonday in March. The report was as
follows: lirand pitriarcii, K. J. Kris
man. of looampmaot Bo, 217. Lancas
ter. 1,7 1 j votes; (.-rand nigh priest, K.
L li Keefer, of No Bt, Philadelphia,
L788 votes; grand reoior warden, O,
W. Jiffrio. of No 2, tMlegheny,
1,740 votes; grand lOtibe, James Lt.
Ntcliolsjti, of No. 87, Philadelphia.
1,740 votes. For uraud junior warden
there were three candidates, allot Phil
adelpbla, who received the following
vote: 11. B. Hugh, No. 47, 750, W.
B OoglWell, No 287. 800. aud (teore
Bapanglar, No 57, 188, il Bleuruag!,
of No 101, Allegheny, wa chosen
grand represaatBtlvB to th sovereign
vraud lode iiy a voee of 1,744
TALMAOt TALKS BUSINESS.
Will Nut Preach Atfiiin OdlCM $233,000
Is In light,
Nicw YORK, May 14 It is reported
that ut a meeting ot ths trot tee of Dr.
TalmagO'l taberu.-icle Sunday night, the
paatnr uave the otUoers of the Church
hi3 ultimatum, Lt was that h would
not resume charge of the church until
8880,000 in csh hud been raised for a
new building an I site.
He declared that he would nov.ir un
dertake to raise another chnrch debt
or preach in a church that was not
clear of all iucumbrancs.
Dr. Taluinge said that he feared his
day's of pastoral work was over, it i
reported, and insisted that he had no i
plan beyond completing his lecture
t..iir around the world and
then making Brooklyn his horn. It
was f nn d that the insurance money
and the sals' of th Und where th
eburoh stood would clear th" organ
izition of d dit, tnit leave it without
resourea with which to rot another
itruoture. Dr, Talmsge dtolarcd he
would take no part or int'-ret in any
plan unless t ie sum of 380 009 was in
bank before any work was done,
JOHN Y. BP KANE'S flPPcAL.
Dismissed Ey tho Ctsntral Term of the
POOOHKEKPBIB, N. Y , May 11 -In thu
general term of th- supreme court to
day John BcKtne' appeal from the
leutsnas of Jumico Barnard oi $980fln
and t'lirty day imprlsonmsnt for co i
lempt ot court wm. dismissed.
The argument In BeKaae'a appeal
from the sentence to six years imprison
moot in Sin,; Blng Will ue lie aid aa oou
as a judue is selooted tu lit in place of
Ju !ge Cullon
B!G DEAL IN IRON ORE.
Lackawane.a Iron and Stool Company
Purchases Robert H. Coleman's
Interests at Cornwall.
Yesterday morning the fnsl del
waa eSeetad by which all of Hobert
II. Coleman' inter .ut in the Cornwall
ore banks and the fnrnases nt Cornwall
and Lebam n, Pa., were dd to the
Laokawanna Iron and Btoel oompaor
of Boranton, The sum total paid is
mid to have been $8,000,000, of which
l 000.000 wa raen, Tbi include
I Shares in the Cornwall ore banks,
tne two iinthr. o.t" furnaces at Corn
wall, the two Coiebrook furnaces, bdJ
the COntro li- interest i:t the
Corwall ir . I. baaoa railroad; also a
farm of 188 CI I in connection with
ili- authr ' lite turnsoes.
The aale wa nude by Mr. Coleman's
-iigna the Pennsylvania company,
for insnrauca on lives aud granting an
nuitlea, Tne Ironaaotloo leave Mr.
Coleman lii hoiuo at Cornwall, one
farm at Bismarck end another below
Cornwall, and the Coiebrook estate
which i:ici id-s Bl i.-e;na. Il li
Lalmed that the s.ie li secare ths
payment of all Mr. Coleman' drb'.s
Including the arrears to depositor of
the Trnst ari l Sife D -posit Imnk.
It ts declared that t;.e purchasers
,t mplata I -..lltog two uew fur
ni - mi the vicinity of Cornwall in tne
near fnture.aid that the deal was mule
with that end ;ir -etiy in view on their
LUIt'ib UMP FIRF
a-rrk rt Baerf ai d O'.iil-r Ew p' Away.
Wit 1 1 m i-oi.r, Ps.. My 14 --The
lumber camp of Emery and GYBrieo,
situated iti ti wo. Is bug of (,'iraml,
tins nu.itv. was wiprd out by a f ret
tire Teeter ; v toffothor srlth a sen mill
,,1 8,000.01 ' foot of lntnbr. The
drought mil renders the woods ns
dry oa tinder, and the f;,;i, , ipTN 1
with alarming rapidity, eating up
v rythli in th ir path. it,.. Bi
wa attended by several narr .w
cpes from death aid many
I'scltlug eoeoea Th occupants of th
samp thought at Brst they oonld aavs
th" ramp if they tried nud lo directed
their attention to that lniteal of to
-avin,' their olotl int, etc ll-for- thev
erere aware of it almuet, the fire wss
upon them and they reallaed their dan
ger aad starttd foi Tttman'a railroad,
about one mil from the camp. By
wading in Trout Run and following its
course, aftir many mishap they fin
ally reached tne railroad,
David t ley aad wit. teSethr with
Harry O'Brien and J c. Chamberlain,
were compelled to seek aplace of safety
'i ! rah de of r ck, a.i t threw water
00 each other to keep from c itching OU
fir As it wa-, all weio more or less
Mr DbBOSB BoCathria leparntod
from the n st an i took mother course
and when he reached the railroad, a
line pir f iboS wluc.i bs had on w -re
completely worn out Be laid down
onr-i completely x't iiHte !, and never
expected io be ab.e to rise, bnt after
noting a a little while he mad enotner
effort and finally reached the railroad
A soon as the n I ws reached C imm -I,
Tttman'a engine, manned bv .'engineer
ItcQilvory an 1 a volunteer tin-man,
with about twenty men and as many
buckete, startvd for the acn( 0f disss
ter. When they reached what is called
O'Brien's iwlloh they left the engine
and found that by close and oaroful
watching they Coi. Id save about 1,000,-
000 feet of luniiH't piled near the
IWlteh, The wools for miies have
been swept by the !l itu.-a
1 e -
010 NCT FILL THE BILL
Cclinel B: sektartdga Wat No Tucciss
a nn Ion.irary TIaiub-r.
Cnn .vmi, M iy II -The board of
managers of the Union League club
thi afternoon Voted to exp.l Col.
Breckinridge from tho roll of honorary
membership Of the -In., There were
sight memheri prent attbemeetini
and no member rotorl agaluat dropping
the Kentucky politician from the hon
orary roll. Coi. Breoklnrldgs will be
at once notified of the action of tho
1 lull and if he wllhes to enter a de
fense he Will be allowed thirty days in
which to do so.
The director! say he Will hve a fair
and cnndbl bearing it he feel disposed
to make a defense, Boms msmbersOf
the conservative element took th
ground that Dual action should not bs
taken until the political fate of Colonel
Breekiaridgc waa settled.
HtARD OVt mi Ci. OLE.
The Holy Coat of Arnontlnil wan put ou
exhibition in Paris at daybreak today, for
Heavy imports of English cod Into (ler-
many have cut dawn price to an extent
ruinous to bom mtne owners.
The phenomenal run ot "Charley's Aunt''
nt Herlin l likely to cause the production
of many other English comedies there.
I 1 Washington, May '4.-tWemst
I piAIN i f"r 'uaV' Pur Eattern Ann
I I iu(eaaiai laototr, warattr, cart
I 1 abfe inms. for wetra fhaavi
1 eonto, lAotom touiyii! or Tu
timj Morniag, utarmer in aortaera por
tion, tast tu -i in winds.
HER : MAJESTY'S
BE3T IN THE WORLD
WKAlt LONOER lad
I ' MI'i ilt'l than tnj-
other DORSET mad
lu the Wurld.
AMI MIT TO
CHANGE i'- SHAPH
HHi AK over tho
or IlKSTHnV tha
I II'.. I.i..
Paid by the LEADING MODISTES to be
the ONLY COB8ET over which a Dres
Wallt can be PERFECTLY and PROP
BEE MAJESTY'S CI IB8BT MUST NOP
BE MORE THAN TWO IECHE8 SMALL
bit than the SIZE of your Waist when
measured tightly over v, ur dress. If so
oi der. !, no CORBET MAKER can make
one to order that will fit as well or with,
as much ease ami comfort, or give inch m
U K ADVISE ALL LADIES to pnrchasa
libit M A J E8TYT CORSET and are COM.
FIDENT thai they trill be DSLIOHTED
with their KXgrisiTi: Foi'.M. KIT and
BPLEMDIO WEARING QUAUTIES,
. A U
510 ani 512 Lackawanna A73,
IHE .1111 PERCH 4 fiUBBES ITS CI.
RU3BER BELTING AUD HOSS.
CRAB A. PC'HIEREX A- CO I
And Oak Uritie.1 lather Bel tin
H. A. Kinq-sbury
S!3 Spruce St., Sainton, Pi
Lewis, Reiily & Davies
In Russet Slioes.
LEWIS, REILLY & DAVIES
114 Wyoming Avo.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
We Examine Eyes
Free of charge, If a doctor
is needed yon aro promptly
toltl so. We also guaranteo
a perieot fit.
All SILVERWARE and Damaged Gooda
at Arcade Fire will be aold at
SO Per Cent. Below Coat
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