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General Executive Board
Said to Have Dis
FOR ADVOCATING ALLIANCE
rentes to Tribune Reporter Charges Preferred
HE IS STILL LOYAL TO THE ORDER
Firit Authentic Interview with tho
Great Leader Since He Lost the Of
fice of General Master Workman.
Said to Lose His Membership
Under a Rule Which He Had Espe
cially Framed to Meet Just Such
Cases Where It Is Unlawful to Ad
vocate the Wilhdrawal of Assemblies
from the Order or Malign Any Of
ficer or Member What Mr. Pow
derly Really Said and Advocated at
the Famous Philadelphia Conven
tion of Labor Unions Hundreds of
Letters Addressed to Him by Local
Assemblies Asking if They Should
Withdraw from the Order Invariably
RcF;i--d to Negatively.
O UEU'RT rsce.ved la this
Hn ,ay ysst.-rd.iy Utm Phlladel-
lp ran Terreoce V Powderly,
lTU ageneral muter workman of
lb Kr.i.'lits of Libor.iml been uncere-
lu 1. 1 usl v fip ilrJ from t.-.a order
iiloug with A. W. Yriht, ex tnetnber
of tbe k'-n-rai executive board
nd P. H Qalan, nmMI worimaa of
D:trict ess- -wbly D'J
It was said that th trio were excelled
fi advocating disruption f th
K: ighte of Labor, for attempting to
induce assembles to wltn Iraw kqi! for
miiaiiinB me pmcr oi toe omer. it
U tali that tb HCltoa if a result of a
meeting at Boston of tba new general
i.vcntive boArd of the Knights of
Lilor and that Mr. I'uetderly's notifi
cation is now enronte in the mails
rinsT AUIBUUHTI interview
At v-irioas times sine iMr. Pow
derly' re.ir-me:.t from toe kadersuip
of the grat order he baa been ap
proached by uew.paper men; bat love
riubly lie ha maintain 1 a rigid re
serve an i h.i- flilly r-fes 1 to ducns
nny matter rrt tiding to the Kuigbis
r: Labor from any standpoint. How
evrr, last ni'bt Mr. Powderly granted
t" i TlINU reporter tba first author
izd interview sicca last November,
wt.en hi Wdsdaposod from the oiBco of
frmd mast-r workman.
in tne i'.terTittr ilr 1'ow lerly n itly
tontrndicted tbe truth of tba rapnrt
tt.t h- bad oee:i expellel, said tbat bia
interi-at in l h ordf r wa as crest as
var, auuouuiru uta lunocanca 01 ins
j . . , fi. .I . . . A.
milu ia rti,i.u i.'.jiii; iowiit i uiuj
Wi.atevrr may hv bau tbe r-al
ealing uf Mr. Powdarly followiog tbi-
mllinnt'.rin uf htl uTiui ,.nn trrm
ne or falae. ka aaaraed to be deaply af
Bi BU of the accusations reported ap
r. r.r.erilii.l fnlloura
Tb( ichemea of Pi.wderly and tiia cotaric
to Lieak up It." i.nier c.niiie to a rllmax at
m f hit, fliaa mt tt.t.ir m,.A
Ii I, !: r IH.f-'i ill ItiiL 1 i.L' l t. prl.r i,v.r t..
ii ill I, I. mil in it, Kir. n i Tii.' ii r.r
fnce POWdWlf and hi. rocffrei tbrw off
tl,. tiklr ur.i! Vtr.tfllv At-i-!n rnt llu.maBl...
i ion of L'ibor of tin: tradeH laaanMiM of
II.h i.ir.s v.it nil t or to nam a rmolu
if.n In fli V(i r if I MM w i Ii a dliiiinn lull
f . . . i u 17 j' l,lu.r hnvilKr f)in ..ni'tinn ni
he general ex"cutlve b jardof (ImKniguta.
noth.r Man iiroiimu at tlin runriTi'iici'
... i.e. ola.ti. ti i.t Pnu'liiPlu .ml .,. ...
da coterie as deU'atra to tbe ronvrntinn
. . iJ Ufa . a. r i - i ,
TIIF R' IIKMKS 1 OII.KI)
Both of these clerer schomea were de
rated by a loneaomo reprnanntativa of
ba genorKl executive board. I-iuring
lie conference, however. Powderly,
I u, ! . .,. ... . , I ' . I
inrniiui'i aim uviiiunf i'ijimiij iu luh
limp, took occaHion to air hia views
f .V.- ' . 1 i 1 V-
L i. a ... L
r II I 11 H II Ul ' 11'IltT 11 iTlMn-Lll T V - 1 ft MM-
ri'i OBTea in nnrrinniar. iia vvaa noi .1
II I articular as to what he said. nud. aa
111,' 1M1I1M1UH Ii. lit.,, ami i.at..ii .. ,r
ary Hayea, ror wnom ho could not find
nru I'mnigu uniuea. u , moreover, lunuu
nenaa witn ni oriitwiiiio enemy, Samuel
"" j. . I uavuauvHV mn .'OUlbl011 Ol
nttnp nun I'nini' Vmrlr i-. .mi. li.ti.lv nnnti
is expresped convlotlons for the past tlf
eii yeaia d'Cluri'd hiinielf in favor of tba
holltiou of tradea iinriembllea in the
I. I.I.. .. I ....... nnlnM It... r
111 iiib uii' iiiiii in I..,.- iuu tuumrviicti
ud rlsewliero before local and district is
.mllieH r.nd to Individual Kuiirhta hv
leech and lettor Powderly was supported
ii in 'im iiit-uii a , 1(411,, ui Aor
Meanwhile V. II. Quinn, of Providence,
rti icL mabter workman of District W,
IU l.tllU Hl lUI L1ICUIHI.IUK luiouuu us
.11... 1 1 . . 1 l.i-l.l LI.
mini. .., iu, II I puu wwinvn . . . mid v T u
utoand Masnachuietta, making the state-
rnt tlint tbe nrcaeut geuerul ,-,flicera of
us lor tin' nurnone of Booblin up tho
operty of the Knight, and that, in fact,
lere was nothing left of the Knlghta ex-
.1.. ... .. . . .... 1,,, ii. i at. M. . i.
iood street, this city.
The new of this and many other actions
.... . I. .. . 1 M I
u Diiarauciv vu ihv uan ui inu oi
umled trio were promptly reported to
e general executive board. As a consc
ience a meeting of tbe board was held in
iston laming troia Monday until Friday
this week. JUe rnargus aualnvt all
raeof the malcontents were thoroughly
Continued on Page 8.
ACTION CF THE BOAKi).
A Notion Said to Have 13aan Mailed Mr.
PBlLiDBLPHU, May 20. Terronce V
Powderly, ex general master workman
of tli? Knights of Labor; A. W, Wright,
of Toronto, ex-member of the general
exectltlve board of the Knights, and
P. EL Quint), of Providence, muster
workman of district M, hiivo been or
soon will be expelled from the order.
This aotloo was tnkin at a meeting
held iu Hostou froui Monday until Fri
day of lust week by Messr Mclluire,
Kronch and Martin, countltutiug a
qoortun Ol the general executive board
of the Knights of Labor, nud is the
outcome of tile row that litis been go
ing on 1-'tween Powderly and the
dominant factiou of the order.
Powderly is alleged siuoe bis deposi
tion from the general mastar workman
ship to have been aecrutly seeking the
disruption of the order and its absorp
tion into the Federation o( Litbor.
After the Investigation the board de
cidtd to expel Powderly and
his companions and yesterday mailed
them a uotice that if witbiu fifteen
i ijri they did not make a satisfactory
answer lo Mia general executive board
they would stand expelled, only subject
to appeal to the general assembly next
THE JORUM BOILING.
Streams of Mifflin County Are Spill
ing; Over the Surrounding Coun
try in a Mad Rush.
HVXTtMOTOK) Pa., May 20 Today's
great flood has been exceeded only
once in the history of the Juniata Val
ley. The last tour days raiutall hav
lUk. raised the Juniata rival and Rays
town branch 21 fest above low water
mark and MlailiUH great destriu-tion
to property. In this puce the tvatari
llaotlid the lower streets, driving th
people from their homes, and in the
lower farming districts wDole families
fa imprisoned in their house, unable
to be reached owing to the turbuleuce
of tb stieaini, three new iron county
hfidgej spanning the Juniata and
Ktystown brauch have been swept
1 be ijeatrnction of scores of minor
bridge aui was' outs on public roads
have closed all rural approaches to this
place. The gas company plant h-re is
submerged and the lower tlors of
many business houses flaoded Mrs.
J. .cob Miller was drowned at B xten
while trying to save some properly. A
landslide at Hyde station, on tbe Penn
svlvtnia rallmnd, covered the sonth
track for the distance of uaarly a mile
aad a portion of the track waa waahel
aw.tv. (ireat damage to property and
farm lands along tbeRuyiton branch is
LtwisTt w. Pa .May 20. Tbe heavy
raiu of tbi past threw dars hns can--' i
a wild flood in the Juniata river and
tb-.- str-amr el M file connty. South
ward the country is inundated and
naif ths popnlati jii has had to il to
tbe bigh land or to go into upper atoriss
of their houses.
Tbe McVeyt wn county iron bridge
is a wreck Apprehniiona is fait 'or
the railroad an 1 county iron bridges at
FIRE AT PHILADELPHIA.
Eo'erialaman: Furalshtd by a (400,000
B aza Y , - ! .,-
PHILAtiEI.niU. Mav 20 Tba largest
fire that Philadelphia has had for
montbs broke oat tbis afternoon in the
L soaped building of the Julias Hicliel
company, 90, "2 and 5i North Eihtli
street aud bOfl Arch street. Tba
damage :o the stock of general fur
nisbiiig goods, trimmings atp and
fixtnres will reach $75,KX) or
10(J.OOO, on which there is nn
i isurance of $55,000. This loss togeth
er with tba damage dona adjoining
properties will meka the entire loss
about 400,000. Tbe fire started at the
bottom of au elevator shaft just at tba
angle of Biobal'l L-almped store and the
fl Unas ate their way up the shaft and
mads short work of the entire stock,
and before the fire w."i extinguished
ihe building Wes completely gutted.
F ur alarms ot fin- were sent out
and tbe firemen prevented the flames
doing much damage lo tbe adjoining
buildings, although the stock of so in i
were greatly damaged by ItDoke and
water. L. I-tannmbanm's Sin iV Co.,
straw goods, silks, trimmings, ete , - -and
810 Arch street, claim their stock
waa ruined he smoke aud water to
tbe extent of f200,000, insurance $100,
The Damenbaum estate owned
ijicbel's building and the loss on
that and their own buildings will
reach $100,000, on which there la an
insurance ot between (75.000 and $100,
000. Utlisr losrea were sustained by J.
W. Lernulstre, 4S North Eighth street,
curtains and laces, whose etock was
damaged by enioke and water to the
exteut of $20,000, and by J. C. Bentley,
812 Arch street, engraving and stamp
ing. whose loss will be $50,000. Uoth
of these firms were Insured.
NO NtED OF TROOPS.
Basalt of Mr. Hudson. In vsatigallon of
the Cok Situation,
Oniontown, Pi., May 20. Thomas
J. Hudson, of Govirnor Pattison'a
staff, arrived in the eoke region yester
day on uu ofllcial tonr of investigation
to determine whether there wns need of
state troops to prnteot the property and
employes of the coke companies desir
ing to resume operations.
Yesterday and today Mr. Hudson
waa in consultation with a number of
coke operators, connty officials, labor
loaders and laborers.
Tonight ho laid that he had fonnd
the aitUHtion quiet ml the region in no
need of state troops
FLASHED FROM THE WIRES.
The Hon. Jared Benson, one of tbe best
know pioneers and politicians of Minne
sota, died Saturday.
Dr. Elijah B. Elder, one of the most
prominent physicians of Indiana, is dead
of peritonitis. lie was president of tbe
Indiana Medical society, and was 58 years
The ladles'anxiliary of tbe engineer iu ses
sion in tit, Paul, have voted down a prop
osition to make insaranco compulsory
upon all members. The maximum of in
surance was reduced from $2,000 to $1,000,
Soaked by a Volutin or Liquid Uutqualled
Since the Flood of 1889.
THOUSANDS OF LOGS FLOAT AWAY
Tho Old Susquehanna Approaching
High Water Mark Citizens on tho
Lowlands in Search of a High Place
of Sojourn The Sabbath Passed
Amid Scenas of Excitement Large
Dooms Give Way and Allow IO,
000,000 Feet ol Lors to Sail Down
Willi imsmbt, Pa., Maj 20,
THIS city is passing through at lata
of flood t-xcittment aneqaaitd
siuoe the memorable June 1,
lSJH'J. when the river returned
the unpr ced er.ted height of thirty
three aud a hulf Uet anil inundated
two-thirds of the city. For forty oigtit
hours past ralu has been falling heavily
throughout the West Branch witter
shed nud tonight the ri -r is eleven
feet high and rising rapidly- Tho con
ditions are ehroudtfd in such uncer
tainty that no man can predict what
the night will bring forth and the
wildest and most extravagant rumors
Profiling by the experience of five
years ago those in prospective danger
have spent the day removing their ef
pff. cts to places of safely, and this
Sunday has been a bedlam in William
sport. The city never experienced a
livelier due The scenes that were wit
nessed batll d description. Thousands
of men worked lik-d leavers
removing goods to bigh ground or to the
upper stories of buildings and the
rumble of heavy wheels, the ibootl of
excited men and the ringing of a large
h 11 broke tho Sabbath stillness ami
made tbe day a weird one indeed.
Such a topsy turvy condition of bouse
hold goods and merchandise in store
rectus was never before wltu -sied here
THE LOGS FI. i AT AWAY
The situation tonight is discouraging
to say tbe least, for the fain la falling
in torrents and all the etruuins weal of
this city are raging torrents At least
10,000,000 feet of logs have gone dowu
the river, but the big boom, with its
150,000,000 feet remains intaet. West
ol hern many ot the .treains are as high
or higher than in IMt.
Duriug the day lugs were running in
the river at this point, those passing
...... the stream during the early
bouts being from striugt which had
beau ratted together anil tied up at
points above ihe duin Soma were iu
fleets, while others had p) ces of rope
tied to them, while sv-ral were notic-
d witb cables d.-aggiug after
Late in the afternoon the logs com
menced to ton heavy, tiii b. oiu on tbe
south side, below the M ynar I street
bridge, having given away under tba
heavy pressure brought to bear. The
li.s it contained were for the most part
tiKise wbion had eacaped from above and
were again caught. It is said that tho
amount of lozs wnirli rsc tped was coin
paralively small. Iliom Moss Dinehart
was bosy with his i row and steamer
I.'urlng the day tt.ey visited tbe main
boom and did their be to s'rengben
all weak points Mr Dinehart said
that he th tight he ct uld hold the log
tbis boom contained on a twenty-live
or twenty-six foot flood.
MOM at UX9H nmiAM.
Iletween I be hour of noon and 1
o'clock tbe boom at Lindn broke
There were about 10,000.000 feet in
the structure and when it gavo way
the Inge startsd down st renin It was
at first thought that iu"t of the logs
could be caught iu the tnaiu boom, but
it was not deeme I advisable to do tbia
owing to the fact that the pressure on
the structure was th-u alnTOft too
heavy for it to bear it. The additional
strain, which would have been au I -den,
would be entirely loo great, and
the content! of the main boom would
also go The runaway log! w te theie
fore allowed to pass.
Lock Haven boom was reported to
have iven way under tba preMttrt of
high wter ami it was sai l that 15,
MX). 000 feet started down stream on a
ten-foot Hood. Lumbermen lu re were
of the opinion that tiie logs should be
caught aud efforts will be made lo give
t In in a safe Imi bor.
Edgar Unoaoo ratlved a mtaaage
about 10.80 this morning stating that
the loye and boom at Two Mile aud
Cook's Run, branches of Rettlo craek,
broke looso at about 10 o'clock and are
on their way down street, Owing m
the hub water the loga will come on
through and probably reach here.
At 1 o'clock this morning tlx) great
boon, witb its millions of dollar! worth
of uncut lumber, gave away, and Will
ianisport will awaken at daybreak to a
sense of great financial disaster. The
river is twenty -five seet high.
SITUATION Af KcVSTONE.
Mi l Greek Miners Are to an Ex'eat
Sim m Bound.
WILEU'BaBU, May 23 A aevcre
storm iu tbis section tolnykept the
strikers tit the Keystone colliery
at Mill Creek indoors and prob
ably prevented the expected deeds
of violence. It is reported that
tbey held a secret meeting this
afternoon, but what was done
could not be learned. The company
will make an attempt to start wurk to
morrow morning cleaning up the
mines, but whether they can induce
any of tbe men to enter is not known
Those who may go to work will be
guarded by a large force of coal and
iron policemen. It is not likely that
they will mine any coal for some days.
The breaker ii being carefully guurded
Effsots of tht Storm Oowa at Quiet
WiUf.Ea-BA.RIiE, Pa,, May 20. By far
the most destructive storm of tbe sea
son swept over Wyoming Valley lait
night and today. From Saturday ulgbt
until early Sunday morning tbe rain
fell in torrents, swelling the streets
aud inundating the lowluuds from one
end of the county to the other. The
wind blew at a tern lie rate; trees
were torn up by the roots, and many
buildiuge iu course of erection iu tho
noun try districts were blown dawn.
Tho Bniqaohanna river ha over
flowed Its banks in several places, do
ing couaidi rable damaire to the grow
ing crops A car on the Ashley lino of
tho Wilkes Harre Traction company
ran into a fallen tree irear Sugar Notch
this evening, fatally injuring the mo
toriuun alul seriously wounding many
of the passengers.
The Kingston Hats near this city may
be submerged before morning, in
which OHM all communication between
this city alld tho west aid of tiie river
will be completely cut oil.
WRECK OF THE MAYFLOWER.
Disappears 'Neath tin Dark Watsrs of
tbs Sui qaehauna.
WaJCK-BABM, Pa.. May 20. -The
steamboat Mayflower, plying ou tho
waters of tba .Stisqiiehanua river here,
sunk late this afternoon at Nantlooke
and went down out of sight. The boat
wus chartered by a Hungarian society.
On reaeiiing the pier at NantlcokH the
passengers left the boat, the Vessel was
then started for the opposite shore and
when Iu tho middle of the etream it
It Is supposed that the bottom had
become dry, and not being properly
looked after while in winter quarters,
it shrank and the water gradually came
through the crack.. It will be OMatd
treble trouble to rui-e it. The crew
were eared by lowering small boats
and going to shore.
FLEEING TO THE HILLS.
Unsailness Fi It by the Lewlsburt Pro
LlWIUUBO, Pi , May 20. The su
perintendent of the Lewisluirg undTj -roue
branch of the Pennsylvania rail
road, running from here to II llefonte,
reports heavy washouts at Millmuut
aud wrat to Rising Spring A number
of bridges are gore aud tbe extensive
ind ( pensive tramway construction
at 1 Mil i y mountain has been carried
The water is two f et higher at Co
burn than it was in 1889 and tbe people
of the valleys are all fleeing to the bills
PAXIC AT JcHNSTOWN.
Conrmtuab Rivsr Ovs fl 'Wtt.ir-
PeepU Fits for Safety.
JOSmTOWII, JV, May 21 , j HO a. m ,
ihe uooetuangn river la on ernowtng
and tho people are fleeing for their
The waler iu front of t't.e Western
Union telegraph ffliv ia three and oue
half feot deep.
PARALYZED BY A LIVE WIEE.
Experience of a I7-Ycar Old Girl Who
On a Line.
Mot NT Vf.rnon, N. Y., May 20 -Miss
Addi Acker, 17 yenrs old, and
her sister Lillie, left their home on
Monut Vernon avenue just before tbe
storm yesterday to do au errand for
their mother. While passing along
First street on their way to the bnt
nesi portion of the city one of tho girls
"Oh, I beltevo something has hit
Apparentlv she had WOtlwd a slight
electric shock. Tim girls Ktubd ov-t
the incident and p issed along. () i
their rntnru home, as they approached
tho same spot, tney noticed, oi oloetf
Inspection, an electric wire hanging
from a tree. I bey moved by ruutiously
keepiuir their ey on Ilia banging wi re.
Suddenly A ldio uttered u screufn, nnd
became fixsd to toe spot. Her sis
ter Ltllie trisii to pull her
wa but could not move her
Ltllia naUnd loudly for help, and four
m n ran up and pulled Addle aWay.
Addie was completely prostrated and
hal to be carried home. A physician
was railed in but hat-nil I do nothing
In relieve her aulTering This morning
she could not stand SO, neither could
she use her arms, it Is supposed tbe
wire islanded along the ground and
that she stepped on it without perceir
A M. Van ( iarrel stepped on n wire
at that place about half an hour befoti
He ti cived a shock, but not a aevere
one Ho did not dare touch the wire
in remove It from the walK ills sup
p 'ed the wind bruU. tbe wire, which
passed thr nigh it tree near by Mi
Acker must have received tbe full
Hi il iv Ball (i linen
At St. I.nills: l-'irot game SL Louts, 4
Cincinnati, Beoond gamnHi Louis, (
I im innati, r,
HEAHO u V H THE CABLE.
Ilrnuialaw liuheriiian, the 10-yenr-old
I olnih lnoiligv. iilin i-i tual now astonish
lug London with bis poifonnancea upon
the violin, Is 1HU lour reel, 111411.
BlOOOrn DOM performed, with her com
panv, belore Uuneu Victoria, In Windsor's
white drawing room, presenting lioldoui's
"I, a I.ocauiJIeia.
Franco has obtained recompense from
Sinai for the rvceut attack of BlanMM
upon 1 reneh Sailor.
The report Is current that Emperor
Wl ltS'ii Will attt-n 1 tas Kussi an iNoi lliom
army manuuvers around Smolliisk.
News oomea from Madrid that the death
sentences Were Imposed upon tbe Aunt
cbisis who attempted I o assassinate (Itin
era! Martinez Ccmpoahsve been confirmed
by the military court.
Four bombs were f omul near tho Impn-
rial palace in st, raters onrg last evening
A largo number of meu aud women of all
classes huve been arretted in consequence
Hai on ( Ippenhelmer has ordered a boat
built by one of tho Ilrstfrench urms ami
win try ooneioatona with the unttau a.
Vigilnnt and Valkyrie. The yacht will
Experts now suy that they bclioro Uowu's
armor to be a fake, and lo consist of bnt
a sheet of krupp's patent steel, two cen
timeters thick, which tbe newest rifles
cannot pierce, bidden beneatbj a leather
cover anu-oakuci stumnf.
Clemonro Sehrieber, managing clerk of a
prominent Berlin solicitor, hns absconded
and eloped with bis employer's wife, lie
drew Lam) marks or bis employers' moth
er's money out of bank. It is believed tbat
Scbretber isearoute for America.
IHE END I0W
IS IN SIGH!
Taxes Hay Be Gal tiered Under tbe Wilson
Bill Two Mouths Hence.
THE PROPHECY OF SENATOR JONES
It Is tho Belief That the Republicans
Will No Longer Opposo tho Bill or
Endeavor to Retard Its Passage.
Mr. Quay's Remarks Commenced a
Month Ago Will Be Continued The
WaSBLNOTON, I) 0 , Mar S 1
Till; end ii in sight," remarked
Sanator Jones, of the finance
committee yesterday, ''nnd
we expect to begin gather-
to begin gathering taxes under the
Wilson bill on the first day of July,
which begius the new fiscal yoar.
i Ids statement was indorsed by Mr.
Harris. The fact that berinniug to
morrow the senate will moet at 10
o'clock ami tbe belief that the Repub
licans have decided not to interpose
unreasonable opposition or pro
long debate on tbe bill, lend
the managers of the bill to take u
cheerful view of t' is situation. M-ssrs
Hsrrn, Voorhecs and Jones, of Arkan
sas, assort tu.it tlmy havo the Id votes
necessary to pass the bill Im it-pub
lican lenders admit tue impossibility of
cons'didatinir tip ir votes into a 00 he
slve whole, eut'j 'Ct to the will of the
parliam -ntary managers
NO RET IPUCHH AKIIAMIKD.
No set speeches bare beeu arranged
011 tl:e tarlfl, hut It Is probable that
Mr. Qogf will come to the frout again.
as his state is especially interested 111
tbe metal schedule Mr. 1 lay says his
statistics and the lnexunusuble data he
baa at cuntuaud, bear dlrtctly upon this
question. and now tbat the iron stbedule
has been reached, It is proper tbat
beslionld complete nis "roujirTks. " Ii
Mr. Qaiy persists iu taking up the
thread of hisdiseourse wueie he dropped
it on the Bib 01 tbe mouth and ytelde 1
to other senators, be may precipitate a
fight on thspirt of Mr. Hurrte for a
further prolongation ot tue hours of
debate. At tbe evening end of the ses
(Jon, Mr Quay's ipatob so far as it h is
barn delivered, in installments. April
14, 18 and 30, and May 3, 4 tod 8.
would m ike over 350 closely printed
newspaper column-. Mr Quay may
possibly consume 111 much more space
aid printers ink, for When he was c m
gr itulated the other day by Senator
black burn ou finally reaching a lto -ping
place, Mr Quay remarked, slyly,
that be had on stoppsd to "load up "
Muidsi, Bobbr, Araon, Touched Upon
by Mrs O.lel.'a Be 1 Taut
Q1. BHF.1'. May '.'0 There has fawn ax
traordln try deveb puients at to trial
row goiug on hue of the action for
judicial separation brought by L. &
tidsll, wealthy leather msrehant of
this city and Montreal, agaiust bis
It is alleged that toe acts charged
against the defendant wers commtttt d
si me of them at Mrs. Rttho'l ba irdlug
nouse in Idon Irani, and otners at her
own home iu Qu- bifO, the former resi
dence of the present Bishop of Nia
gara, on the St. Foye road. Mrs
Plche has Identified Mrs. OdoU aud
one Jules 11 mud as people who
stopped at iter house together
under assumed DaUIW and oiled them
selves brother ami t later. One of tiie
parties aocQled in the ces Is Colonel
Vobl, the Quebec chief of polios and a
married man. Another is Mois" Hay
Bond, a 6' netn of lira, udeii ami pri
vale secretary lo the Hon Mr. Tailoo,
prime inlniater of Quebee. On state
oscssione .ir Raymond is trie prlnolpal
tanwr soloist In th" ..lust, nr aboir of
Csrdinul Tasciivreau's basilica.
The most extraordinary evidruco eo
far given in the esse is probably tbat
of a girl named Kugeuie i otichstte, who
lived with Mrs. Udell as a servant. Sue
carried laeaaages, between .Mrs Odoll
ami Chief of Pollot Vobl. Unlesa her
evidence can be disproved it will indi
cate a shameful OOOdTtton ofiUTairein
connection with 1. matters and tin'
admlniatrntlon of criminal justice
in Quebec. She confessed on her
own 1 sit all eoila of criminal
sole end swote that Chief ot
l'olice Vobl a limited to her that he
waa compromised with Mrs. Olell.
air. Odnll look stops onee to have her
arrested for stealing $10, but the Chief
intervened and said lucre was no case
against ber. Sbe committed several
robberies and set lire to her house, but,
thanks to lidlueuc with authorities,
she had never boeu arrested 0 ce elm
aliemptvd suicide, but waa prevented
by a detective.
UAL TO 5 IN W..H PAINT.
Tbreatai Inu to Fraa Arkansas Tom and
Kill Court Offloare,
ULTHltlu, O. T., May 80. The Del
ton gang ie iu camp near Stillwater,
threatening to raid tile town and liber
ate one of its number, Arkansas Tom,
now 011 trtaf there for murder, and to
assassinate the ofllcere of tho court.
The whole town ie armed And all the
deputy aberiils in the territory are
hurrying to ibe scene. The greatest
Damage to tbe New Railway In tho
Andes One Town Dliappsars.
Wabiiinuton, May 90 Advicos were
received at tbe state department from
Cousnl Plumauher of Maracaibo, dated
May S, ehowiug that the greatest dam
age of the Venezuelan eartl quake was
done ou the famous ban Uarlos and
Merlda railway, nearly completed, in
tho Audee. Tbe axle of tbe disturbance,
which lasted at some points three days,
sras along iti Hue. JsVreral of the
splendid bridge were totally destroyed
and others ware considerably affected.
Sereral stations were thrown down,
tbe rails were twitted and bent and iu
some places broken apart, and a num
ber of liraa ware loat. La UuiUoa, with
all ltd inhabitants, disappeared entire
ly, a lake now occupying its site.
In some places black water, having n
loetid odor, was expelled from crevices
iu tho earth. Tba earthquake is said
to hnvo been much woroe than those of
184!) and lb7o. At tho latter the flour
ishing city of Client, Colombia, was
demolished and 000 persons lost their
The Venezu elan minister at Wash
ington has been asked to receive con
tributions iu this coitntry for the relief
of tho infftreri by the catastrophe.
WHY SM. PHtHRRED DEATH.
Loviid an Old Kultur, and Waa Engaged
to Marry His Rival.
VaNOAXIA, III , May 20. Tbe canso
of Miss Lucy Sedton's suicide, which
occurred in Ballon township, has at lust
been made kuuwu. After the inquest
a note in the girl's hnudwriting was
found by a hp in ber o the family iu
which she revoaled her reason for kill
She was ongnged to be marriod to a
young man in the neighborhood, but a
former lover bad nrctttd his suit, and
she did not know what to do. She pre
ferred her first lortr, and disliked to
break her marriage contract with the
other oue. Sbe decided to and ber
troubles by taking arsenic.
ENGLISH WINERS ABROAD.
They Failed to Appreciate Advanced
Views Urged by French and.
BlBUV, May 20 Despite the riotons
scents among tba miners' delegates
yesterday tbe international congress
has shown that ths miners of all na
tions nre nearer n union in thought and
action tha i wis uenerally supposed.
At no oonforoooa of academic socialists
has such a near approaen to interna
tional solid iritv been in tde as at this
meeting ol workitigmen.
From the outset tbe English dele
gates were out of sympathy with ti e
sx'.reme lOoialUtlo views of tbe Belgian
and French miners. Tbey sbowel
small oapaoitj to understand the conti
nental point of v.ew. and looked ask
ance at tbe men from Pas de Calais
and Charier ii districts who made rabid
s'.ump speeches n the beauties ot tbe
OOtaiiaUo atata and denounced perfer
vidly the capitalists and bountooise.
The rtfvised rep r t of yesterday's sit
ting modifies th- statem nt tbat tbe
E-iglish It-ft the bsli without any
words of farewell. It teems before
quitting the cbalr Delegate Wilson
Lrp fly exprssse I bis regret that differ
ences over matters of small importance
had divided tbe congress. Tim English
miners would, he said, always b glad
to po operate with tu miners of other
nations for t e good of tb'ir class
I nese pacific words were drowned by
tba uproar of ih - Trench and Belgians.
Among the striking Incidents of the
congress was a great commerce nivet:
in honor of tbe del, gates on Thursday
night. More tbnn tw i tbonaiud Berlin
socialists were present anil an enor
mous qtautity of Uiranan beer was
consumed, lne rienctiaDd tiermar.s
each meed fervent .'rnternil greetings
without mention of the reichslaud.
Tbe celebration continued until two
o'cIock in the tnornintf, the Englls:
delegation Watohing tbe spectacle in
1 lie Socialists are boyctting seven
more Barlla breweries to gt revenue
for the dismissal of Socialistic work
ngm n. Toe boroott has not tbe sym
pathy of the public From the begin
ning of the strike of coopers and
brewers' assistant th meu have been
sustained with the official fund of tbe
Social Democrats. As tbirty-two of
the lartect It w, ri. s l:av antwere.i
the boycott by re incing their product
and dlao barging N per cent, of their
nan, tnoatralnon the Cnnd la nararn
The braWari now prefer to empley non
EMILE HtNRY IXECUTEO.
The Aaarchiat Bomb Thrower Diss Uu
dtr Ih" Guillotine.
PAUV May 21 Kniile iienry, who"
on Feb. 12 threw a bomb in tiie cafe
of the Hotel Terminus, was executed
at 4 10 o'clock this morning.
Shortly before 8 ..'c'.osk, 1,600 Re
publican guards and a like number of
police cleared the square where tbe
x ration was to take place an 1 drew
up in line around it. Outside th" bar
riers Ihe nana nietly crowd gatbarrd
rapidly At 4 o'clock the little door of
the prison creaked ou Its rusty hitigee,
and the iron lo.irs swung slowly apart,
t'luiplain Valadter walked in frout.
He was ghastly White, but walked
with a firm step As be upp. osohe'.
the platform he IbOOtod, ,"i . nraso.
comrades. Lang live anarchy." His
voice was not as Ion 1 as Variant's and
trembled uotlo ibly Deibtor'A assist
ant whipped olT BU jacket. As they
pushed bin Agatntl the plank hethouv
ed again, "Courage, lonj live anarchy "
His Rank did 001 lit Ibe lniP'ttte prop,
erly as be fell, and Deil or gave btui a
little tug forward The click ol the
linlf.' was heard the uexl luonirnt and
Usury's bond dropped to ibe ground.
The blood from the trunk spurted high
us tba body revolved into ihe basket.
Deibler himself picked i.p the I eel
from the inwdust ami threw it vigor
ously in tbe basket witb the body.
EDMUND TATtl DEAD.
The Dlstl- gin ibi d Author ar.A Journal
ist fcxplres fri m ApjpNxy,
LOHDOH, May 80. Edmund Yates,
author aud Journalist, astrickeu witli
apoplexy last evening at tho Garrick
theater, wliere Lytton'a "Money" was
playing. He died this afternoon. Ed
mund Tatar would have been 03 years
old next July had he Lived, lie began
writing for publication early in Ins
twenties and ooutiutied it to the end.
In 1872 Mr. Yates lectured iu the
I ailed Stntes. in 1S74 ho founded
the World, a London weekly, which
has n wide circulation. He was the
sole proprietor of the jonrual until he
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