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PRESIDENT DEBS SPEARS
One Drop of Core, Spilltd Now, Would Pre.
cipitate a Civil War.
THE LAWS MUST BE ENFORCED
Attorney General Olney Thinks the
Country Has Been BrouRht to the
Ragged Edge of Anarchy and That
It Is Hih Time the Authority of
the Government Were Exerted in
Behalf of the Public Welfare-Tho
Railway Managers Repudiate with
Emphasis the Rumor That They
Had Weakened -Now That the Bat
tle Has Eeen Forced Upon Them It
Will, They Say, Be Fought to a Fin
ish, with the Entire Means at Thoir
Command Incidents of the Na
toon's Birthday Among Those Who
Celebrated by Obstructing Travel
and Encouraging Lawlessness.
Washington, July 4.
M l ED States tnops ia the field
in net i ve operation aguinst the
eHkiug railroad employe at
Chicago, Los AniHes. Ciln. ,
l-.-.iuo, N. M., and Tritiidad, Colo.,
tlirentuuing danifer at Helena, Mont,,
a cull for state troops from the United
States marshal at Sacramento, Cola., to
protect railroad property, nod request
f'-'otu vnrioas district attorneys ia In
diana, Michigan, Illinois, California and
other states for authority to file injunc
tions ia United States courts similar
to the Chicago injunction uudr the
trust law of 1S90 this Is the present
conitition of tbe railroad strike a
gethert-d from official dispatches re
civd by the attorney general and the
war department. It is not anticipated
ti n morning that troops will be needed
at any other point than thee men
tioned, except at Helena, Mont., to
quell disorder and to prevent the de
struction of property.
A14 the advices received by the at
torney general indicate that a truce has
been called let ween the railroads and
the strikers. No acts of violence or
open collisions have been reported at
any point. The attorney general this
morning; telegraphed to Uuiwd States
District Attorney Milchrist at Chicago
to have the grand jury convene as toon
as possible in order that indictments
may be found against President Debs
mid other officials of tbe American
R.iilwny union in conformity with the
oinnibns injunction isaned by tbe
United States district court at Chicago.
Commenting on this action the attorney-general
said: "We have been
brought to tbe ragged edge of anarchy,
and it is time to see whether the law is
sufficiently strong to prevent this Con
di, ion of affairs. If not, tbe sooner we
know it the better that it may be
TROOPS CHARGE BAYONETS.
Even That Doesn't Deter tbe Hob, Which
It Turbulent aud Vindictive.
Chicago, July 4 Half of the sec
ond battalion of United States troops
from Fort Sheridan arrived here this
I morning and are now encamped in
Dexter park, jost inside tbe yards
The battalion includes companies B
and D, in all about 100 mon, under
command of Captain Hatz. At 8
o'clock Swift & Co. sncceed.id in set
ting out the stalled train of beef which
has been on tbe tracks since Mon
day afternoon. Tbe city men from
company B, tinder command of
Captain Cnapin, together with
100 peiicemen, took up a positioti
alongside of the train and marched
with it to tbe Michigan Cantral tracks.
When the soldiers marched back to
tamp tbev were followed by n crowd
of about 800 men and boys, who onrsed
snd yelled at the men until Captain
Uliapln executed a cbarire with bayo
nets on HalBted street which had the
effect of scattering tbe crowd, At 10
o'clock everything is quiet in the dis
trict. No cattle trains arrived today
and none are expected.
Soon after 2 o'clock a train was sen
coming into the yards on the Like
Shore tracks. The mob immediately
started toward the train with the in
tention of intercepting it. Tbe train
was made np of three passenger cars
containing six artillery and Sve oav
alry companies of United States troops,
In all about 173 men, together with ten
cars of cavalry horses and two flit
ours loaded with half a dozm guttling
guns. On tbe engine and tender
were stationed eight artillerymen, each
with a pistol in one hand and a rifle in
tbe other. Troops were on top of the
box cars with loaded rifles, which fiey
held in a threatening position. With
(bis formidable showing tbe troops
fuiled to intimidate the crowd, wbo at
once uncoupled tbe two rear cars and
threw several switches. They then
trowdud arouud the engine and sua
seeded lu getting the engineer to aban
don bis post A non-union man who
sceompauied the soldiers volunteered
bis services to act as engineer.
Tho traiu started again after
backing down and colleoting
the cars that bad bee uncoupled, but it
had not proceeded more tnan a block
when the train was again uncoupled.
.- this time in the center. Tbe troops
were then ordered out of tbe cars and
marched alongside tbe train on botb
tides, olearing tbe tray and keeping tbe
Di6b back until tbe train was made np
and started for the yards, arriving at
the depot at 3 o'clock. The troops
immediately went into camp at Dexter
News was received here this after
noon that tho triiu sent out this moru
ing by Swift fc Co., consigned to New
York, had been derailed near Keusing
tou. GUNS READY TO FIRE.
Folios and B.eulare Have Difficulty In
Guaidinir Suburban Trains.
Chicago. July 4 -At 11 3d o'clock
the Lake Shore road attempted to run
its suburban train into this city,
Uuurded by adoZ"ii United Statestroops
aud a squad of fifty- police, the train
Htarted iroin the slock yards depot. A
crowd of 2,500 strikers and sympathi
zers quickly gathered at Fortieth and
Hilstead streets and immediately de
railed ii box car on the main track'.
When the train catm to a stand-ttill
tbe engine was surrounded by the mob
wbo threw stones at the engineer,
breaking the glass in the cab. Tbe en
gineer became frightened and drew a
revolver on the crowd,
Police- officers promptly confiscated
the weapon and charged tlw crowd.
The troops stood with loaded guns on
each side of the engius ready to tire
when ordered. Tbe train succeeded in
getting out to the yards on a side
track amid the boots and yells from
tbe crowd, and the train started for
DEBS FEARS EL09DSHED.
Says tbe First Shit Will Be Signal for a
Chicago, July 4. "Tu first shot
fired by the regular sohliers at the
mobs here will be tbe signal for a civil
war. I believe this as firmly as I be
lieve iu the ultimate success of our
course. Bloodshed will follow and 90
per ceut. of the people of the Uuited
States will be arrayed agiinst tue other
10 per cent. Aud I would not care to
be arrayed against tbe laboring people
in the contest or find myself out of the
ranks of labor when the struggle end
ed. I do not sav this us an alarmist,
but calmly and thoughtfully."
Such were the remarks nridi bv
President Eugene V. Debs, of the
American Riilway union, this after
noon. Mr. Di-ls severely condemned
the course pursued by the railway
tnauagers in misleading the govern
ment officials and causing thorn to or
der out tne regulars to protect trains
and overawe the strikers aud their
THE OTHER SIDE.
President D-bs' statement concern
ing an early settlement of the boycott
and strike was submitted to President
Eg&n and the Gjneral Managers' as
sociation and tbe following reply was
given out: 'There Is no chance of a
lissolution of the Genet! Managers'
association. The railroads are a unit
in refusing to see justice or roasou iu
the American Kauway Union, order
ing a sympnthetio atrike on the rail
roads in otder to punish Mr. Pullmn
over the heads of ruilroids which have
no interest in tbe Pullman company or
any control over the policy of the Pull,
"lbe general managers now take
the position that neither tbe elements
of Puilmanism or the elements of rail
rnadism are to be found iu tbe strike,
out iu view or tne sweeping action
tken by the government it is a ques
tion Detwuen the American Kail way
Union and the federal government.
1 lie General Managers association will
not dissolve aud it has na idea of sur
THIS CONDUCTOR HAD PLUCK.
When Strikers Interfered He Shot One
in the Arm.
Valparaiso. lad., July 4 As a re
sult of til strike one lunu was shot
near Porter, this county, yesterday.
The Elgin, Juliet and E intern had been
bringing trams arouud Chicago for the
Luke Shore road, aud when a Lake
Shore conductor tried to take A traiu
out from the llt line the strikers in
terfered and the conductor fireJ at
them, shooting one in, the arm.
Tbe Graud Trunk has oalled on the
sheriff for protection.
MARCHED OUT ANO BACK.
Sacramento Troop i Peremptorily Rsfute
to Disperse the Strike. .
San Francisco, Jnly 4. The strik
ers acted in a high ban led manner in
Oakland all day today. They held np
local trains and pulled off tbe firemen
nod brakeni"n. The militia is getting
ready to tnko the iield
At Sacramento the troops refused to
disperse the strikers nnd finally march
ed back to their armories without ac
TRAINS STAILEO AT BLOOMINGTON.
City Authorities Oaring- fur Sick and Io
BloomingtoN. III., July 4 The
strike on the Alton remains in statu
quo. Thennmwr of delayed passen
ger trains here on the swilchos is now
fourteen and the number of passengers
is fully 2,000.
The antuorities aud vsrloui commit
tees have looked through the trains aud
taken steps to care for the indigent and
IMPROVEO AT ODGEN.
American Railway Union Appials
Salt Lake. Utili. July 4. The
strike situation here and in Ogden is
sliglitr improved, The American
Railway union lias applied to the dis
trlct court for an order compelling
Union Paciflo railroad receivers to
operate tralus without Pullmans
Judge Merritt has taken the matter
under advisement for one week.
THINKS THE WOR3T IS OVER.
Superintendent of Halls White Is la-
olinnd to Feel optimistio
Washington, July 4 Telegrams
have beeu received by tbe superintend
ent of tbe railway mail service fiom
various points in the west this morn
ing. A dispatch I rom Division Super
intendent Troy, at Chicago, states
that the mails from Chicago
to at. Paul are going nnd com
ing on time for the first irae
linot the inauguration ;of the strike,
Tho Wabash road ia still tied up and
there appears to be little nhange in the
condition of that road. O i the North
rti Pacific and the Uuiou Pucifia mall
trains am running ou schedule time.
In tbe far west there is still some ob
struction. "On the whole," said Mr. White,
"the situation is greutly improving
aud I believe the worst is over."
FIREMAN PROMPTLY ARRESTED.
He Refued to Stay on the Engine and
Blue Island, Ille., July 4. Four
companies of tno Fifteenth infantry,
United States army, Major Bailey cotu
Mndi!ig,arrived here from Fort Sher
idan, 111., aud tbe work of clearing toe
tracks was cotnmouced. Five freight
oars were burned this morning on tbe
Illinois Central railroad track at Weit
Pullman, three miles from here. The
strikers say that the brick makers, who
have g me out iu syuipathy.sul the cure
When the traiu which bronchi the
soldiers here bad been unloaded the
eugiueer was ordered to back it up to
the round house, but the fireman re
fused to stay on the engine while that
order whs b.-inir carried out. Bvi order
of tho United States marshal the fire
man was placed under arrest aud Road
miister James Coulau toon his place on
ROCK ISUNO CARS MOV.
But Trocpj Had to Move Alongside,
R-ady to Stioot.
Blur Island. III.. Julv 4 The great
blockade on ttie Rock Liluud was en
tirely raised at 1:15 o'clock this after
noon and trains that bad beeu tied up
tor five days began to move. The first
of the trains that were stalled at Joliet
came up tbe track guarded by soldiers.
Tea oars, half of them Pullmans, made
up tbe train, wbiob was followed every
few miantes by six other trains of
tqual length, all guarded at tbe pciut
uf tbe bayonet.
lbe spectacle presented by this pro
cession of empty trains on the same
track was more novel than any Fourth
of July processiou which eould be pro
duced. All tbe deputy sheriffi have
beeu withdrawn nnd a large number
of them have gone to Rlverdale on the
Illinois Central where trouble is ex
pected. RIOTING IN CHICAGO.
Trains Stopped by a Mib and Freight
Care Bur nd in the Street.
Chicago. July 4. Lake Shore train
No. 20 was detained by a mob at Forty
third street and the Koek Islands yards
tonight The engineer and fireman
were forced to leave tbe train. The
passengers came down town on street
Train No. 7, due here at 9 p.m., was
also held at tbe same place. Fifteen
Pan Handle freight ears were burued
it Fourth street bv a crowd of striken
and their friends tonight.
ANOTHER SYMPATHY STRIKE.
Freight Conductors and Yard Haetere
Bofuee to Work.
Cincinnati, 0., July 4 A majority
of the freight conductors of the Chesa
peake and Unio and Louisville aud
Nashville roads went out on strike this
morning, refuniuif to haul freight
switched by uon uiion men.
Tue yard musters on the Chcsnpiake
and Ohio at Covington quit work tbis
morning and tbe situatiou on that road
is decidedly bad.
WESTERN TRAINMEN RESIGN.
Southern Fac fio Englneere and Con
duo', on Retire with Grace.
Los Anoblks, Cal.. July 4 -The
special train with six companies First
United states tnluntry arrived tms
morning. All is quiet aud no indica
tions of trouble.
The engineers and conductors on the
Southern Pacific have followed the ex
ample of the switchmen and handed iu
SWITCHMEN WILL GO BACK.
Railroads Staking Little F.ffjrt to Cvsr
oemi Strike Difficulty.
St. Louis. Mo July 4. The rail
roads art not making much of an ef
fort to overcome the strike difliuulty
The Missouri Pacific switchmen an
nounce their intention of returning to
work tomorrow morning.
SIOUX CITY CUT OFF.
The TU-Up at That Sprightly Western
Buig ie Now Complnt.
Sioux City. Iowa. July 8 Sioux
City aud northern men were ordered
out tbis mc-ning. This completes tbe
No mail reached here today.
AND THE BOSSJCAME BACK.
Richard Croker Putlcipat'e In Tavn
many' Clb U jrrAmld Applauee.
New Yokk. July 4 The society of
lamuinny celebrated tbe one hundred
aud eighteenth anniversary of Ameri
can indopendeuce iu Tammany hall to
day with the customary uccohipuul
ments. Speeches were made by Sena
tor Patrick Walsh, of Georgia, aud
Congressman Atnos Cnmmlngs.of New
While Senator Walsh was speaking,
Richard Croker, who arrived from Eu
rope on tbe Majestic this morning, en
tile lial land was enthusiastically re
ceived. Letters were read from Presi
dent Cleveland, Vict President Stev
enson and Senator Hill.
FATAL STAB IN THE BACK. .
J .hn Spjhn, a Cigar Maker From Read
in 0te Into Trouble.
PlHLADitLPHlA, July 4 While a
meeting of Cigar Makers' union No. 100
was in progress this morning at their
rooms, John Spobn, a cigar maker from
Reading, attempted to foroe bis way in.
During tbe struggle to eject him
Suohn stabbed Joliu B ihl, secretary of
tbe tn.lou, in tbe back inflicting a fatal
Robton. Jnly 4. In t'u. ntlou Abbott-
Billy Meyers fight here tonipht, Abbott
got tue uecuiou in uueen rouuaa.
Industrial Conditions iu Tbis Slate Last Year
and tlie Year Before.
VIVID CONTRAST IS EXHIBITED
Results of an Investigation Made by
the Secretary of Internal Affairs
Relative to the Industrial Situation
in Pennsylvania Now and Before
the Cleveland Depression Wages
Lower, Number Employed Smaller
and Value of Products Less by Far
Than Prior to the Democratic
IlARiiiHUUita. Pa., Julv 4.
THE secretary of internal affairs
has completed the compilation of
statistics from the reports of 42-1
manufacturing firms of the state.
Tio (Inures giveu show the conditions
rusting in lrj'JJus compared witli 1393,
ttiu number of persons employed, the
aggregate amount of compensation
paid, I lie per capita compensation and
the vulue of the product. The figures
are based upon the pay-rolls, books and
bills of sales of the firms making re
ports aud are worthy of confidence.
the investigation was made by Secre
tary Stewart as the result of many in
quiries regarding the degree of tbe
Taking the total from all the reports
received be finds thut in WJ'i the num
ber of persons employed was 155,2119,
the aggregate compensation paid
$75,309,400 or a per capita of $185. lu
lb'Jo the total number of peraous em
ployed was 135,105, the aggregate
compensation paid 02, 74 1,003 or a per
capita of $1Q4 This indicates a de
crease in the employes of 20,134, or
12.24 1-5 per cnt; in the aggregate
compensation of $12,565,757, or 10 17-25
per cent.; in tbe per capita couipeuta
tion of $21, or 4 1 3 per ceut. The
value of the product in 1892, $300,
307 097; in 1S93, $245,282,009, a decrease
ol $55,085,078 or 18 1 3 per oent.
INTO A WATERY GRAVE
Nearly Two Hundred Hungarian Ex.
cursionists Are Capsized and
Drowned in the River Theiss.
Buda Pest, July 4. A shocking
disaster occurred on tbe river Theiss
near Nyiregbybszi, Hungary, today,
resulting in tbe loss of nearly 200 Uvea.
A ferry boat with nearly 200 persons on
board was being drawn across the river
by means of ouhaiu. The chain parted
and its snapping caused a pauic on
board the boat, iu tbe midst of which
the vessel cupsized from being over
weighted ou oue side.
All of the occupants of the boat
were thrown into tbe water aud most
of them were drowned. Only aoout
a dozen are known to have been saved.
ABOLISHING COMPANY STORES.
Large Bituminous Operators Voluntarily
Diepeuee with Them.
PiTTsnuRG, July 4 The first move
against the company stores at mines
throughout Pennsylvania has been
made in tbis district. President Tay
lor, of the Yougbiogheny Kivor Coal
company has consented to dispeuse
wiih the stores owned by tiis company.
F. L, Uobuius, another extmisivo oper
ator, will soon make an offer to the
miueis embodyitig similar terms. Utber
large operators are expected to follow
Tbe proposition Is the resnlt of the
efforts of National Secretary of the
Mine Workers' Union Patrick McUrlde.
It contemplates tbe purchase of tbe
stores, goods aud lease of tbe buildings.
Tbe operators are to reoeive In addition
a differential of 2$ cents per ton.
VETERANS AT GETTYSBURG.
Senior Vice Commander Darte Freeldte
nt a Feait of Reason.
Gettyphuiig, Pa., July 4 The vet
erans iu Camp McCartney spent the
nation's birthday Very quietly. The
"Lambs'' took every one to Round Top
at 10 o'clock and kept them there uulil
5, with music, dancing and a camp
lire, at which Senior Vice Commander
Durte presided. Speeches were made
by Commander Kinsley, Adjutant Mor
neon, Quartermaster Levering and
In the evening there was a sham bat
tle on the side of Culp's bill, followed
by a flue exhibition of fireworks.
JEALOUSY LtAUS TO MHROER.
Wolaebock Alinoet Severe His Wife's
Head from Her tody.
Hazlkton, Ph., July 4 TuolitlU
village of Leviston, tienr here, was the
ssene of a ghastly Jtragedy today aris
ing from the unreasonable jealousy of
John Wolushock and his wife were
guests at a wedding at L' Vintoit aud
because a young .man- extended tome
courtesies to bis wife, Wolasbook cut
her throat twice, almost severing tbe
Woman's head from her body. Mrs,
Wolaebock cannot live.
CLASS A. BICYCLE RECORD BROKEN.
Arthur W. Porter E.tubHshes a World's
' Record of 2103.
Waltham, Mues., July 4. Arthur
W, Porter, of the Wnlthntn Cycle club,
again broke the world's Class A reoord
today by riding a flying mile, paced
only the first two thirds by Htggert
and Williamson a tandem In 2:03,
The record bad been 2 00 established
bv Porter, and recently equalled by
Ray McDonald . of New York.
PEDASOGUES CHOSE OFFICERS.
Dr. Jeffries, of York, Made President of
State Teaehere Aeecolatlon,
Media., Pa , July 4 Three sessions
of the State Teaohers' association were
held today and numerous addresses
were made at taob. Mt Gretna was
chosen es the next rilace of meeting
aud tbe following offL'nri elected:
President. Dr. E T. J.ffrles, presi
dent of Yotk Collegiate institute, York;
vice presidents, Marv L Dunn, of Del
aware county, aud I). A. Hurnion, of
Huiletoa; secreWuy. Dr. McCVskev, of
Luncaster; trneaurer. David S. Keck,
of KutztowD; executive committee. Dr.
George W. Hull, of Millersviile; Cyrus
Boyer, Lebanon; Lr. A. T. Smith,
WeSt Chester! Dr. J. D. Walter, of
Indiana, and Mr. Mackey, of Butler.
THAT BATTLE AT THE PASS.
Brnzilian Insurgent Were Defeated and
Utttrlv Rout d in It.
Paiiis, July 4. The Bruzilian min
ister announces the receipt of inform
tion from Rio Do Janeiro that the in
surgents lost over 1,000 men in battle
at the puss of Rio Grande Du Sol.
They were defeated and utterly
COWARDS VILLAGE AFLAME.
of the Vandeibilt Coal Mlnej Ie
Wateiwhvn, N. Y., July 4 The
village of hid wards. St. Lawrence
eounty, where the Vauderbilts own
large mines, is being wiped out by fire.
Particular ure not obtainable.
GREAT BAPTIST CONVENTION.
Fourth International Gathering of the
Baptist Young People's Union
to take Place in Toronto.
Toronto, July 4 The fourth inter
national convention ot the Baptist
Young People's uuiou, which opeus iu
tbe Maseey Music ball in this city on
tbe l'Jih of tbe present month, and
which will continue in session for four
days, will be one of tbe greatest relig
ious assemblies ever held iu America.
Every statu iu the Union, aud every
province iu the Dominion, will send
large numbers of delegates, aud among
tbem will be all tbe great Baptist
preachers and leaders in Amerioa, Al
though there will be in the neighbor
hood of 0,000 delegates present, tbe en
tertainment committee expect in a few
days to be able to tell the intended lo
cution of every visitor.
It has beeu found necessary to pro
vide for two great meetings, instead of
oue for the eveiilngs of the convention.
On Thursday evening Dr. William M
Lawrence, of Chicago, and Dr. R. S,
MacArthnr, of New York, will speak
in Massey Musio hall, and Dr. J. B.
Gainbrell, of Macon, Ga., and Dr. H.
L. Moorebouse, of New York, will
speak In tue Metropolitan church Ou
Friday evening Dr. Frank M Ellis, of
Baltimore, and Dr. P. S. Henson, of
Chicago, will speak in the ball, and
Governor W. J. Northen, of Atlanta,
Ga., and Dr. H. C. Mubie, of Boston,
in the churob.
Saturday afternoon will be entirely
given up to state and provincial rallies.
The young Baptists of Ontario and
Quebec have deferred their annual
provincial convention so as to have it
ut tbis time, tc will be an immense
meeting in Cooke's preshy terian caurcb.
Six Thousand ot Tbm Will Sleet at
Mount G vtiia.
Mount Gretna, July 4. Fully 0,000
people attended the P-.-tmsylvauia
Chautauqtvi today, The services wero
opoued at 10 o'clock when Miss Lydia
A. Newcoiube gave au exhibition in
Delsarte and Irc'iin club drill. A con
cert by tbe Ircquis band of Lancaster
followed. The afternoon programme
consisted of a concert chorus by the
Lebanon bund ly schools led by Dr.
Stocks Iliimmoud, of Reading.
This was followed by an appropriate
address by Governor Pnttison. After
he had couolu ie I li t introduced B. r
Ilin.'hes, of I hiladelpl.ia. lie spoke
upon tbe topics of the nay and alluded
to the strike troubles iu the west. He
said lie was opposed to strikes aud that
if tbe working people are not satisfied
with tbe waiiis they get tiny
should seek ettiploymmt elsewhere,
Twenty years ntro he said tbe employer
and employe worked in harmony, to
day it is nothing but strife. The ad
dress of Mr. Hughes was followed by a
plionogripliic concert by Trofeisor
ilowe, of Wilkes Barre. Tbe attend
ance was fully us large as last year.
STRIKERS LOSING GROUND.
Attorney General Olney Behaves Dl
ordoro Are tubtldtng.
Washington, D. C, July 4 Re
ports received by the authorities here
tonight from the various central
points of the strike confirm the helief
that tbe strikers are losing ground and
that but little moro federal action wiil
be rea ni red.
Attorney General Olney heard from
a number of his officers this evening
and from the Information contained tu
these telegrams be believts that tbe
disorders are kuleidin.,,
BRIEF NOTES FKOM ABROAD.
Tbo ltritauuio wou yesterday's yacht
race at Glangjw.
By a Ore at Yokohotua, Japan, 1,091
houses were do.troyeu.
Twenty Japanese were killed und 277 ill
juied iu aneut bquukeat Tokio that cracked
ihn eurth in oiguty-eix placef. tbe cratiis
being eigut lucnes wide una tuteo to (our
The judgment rendered lu the matter of
the Paris fond of the liieh National par
liamentary party Mipulatos that Justin
McL'nrthey must obtniu the signature of
Patrick Efe-iui piior to disposing of the
In tbo Henley recatta Vivian IMcknUs
won the first beat diamond ectill . Joseph
Wright, of Torouto, the second; llou. It.
HuiuneHB, tbe Uifid a walk over, aud
Vivian Niikalls the fourth. The filial
race will be rowed today.
PATRIOTS IN TROUBLE.
Pprl.iv Smith. Il) years old. of Rlnton.
Vt., bad bis bead blown off by a bursting
I)y the explosion of a cnst-lron cannon at
1'otlnTiiie, waiter uaioraiiu, 10 years oiu,
was badly nnrt, losing oue eye.
A firecracker sot Ore to the large tobacco
warehouse of Uood & liens, at Cnneatoga
Center, Liaucaster coany; loss, aiu,uuu.
liy tbe premature ex plosiou of a common
firecracker, George Boyer wa futally
burued and ueorge none was nutue totally
blind at Uetrult.
" TROUBLING HIM
President Dibs Says Hi Cares Nothing for
the Action Taken.
GRAND JURY DOES NOT AWE O
He Cares asJLittlsfor the Indictments,
He Says, as for the Injunctions De
clares That He Has Not Ordered a
Boycott or Strike Personally He
Will Call on Mayor Hopkins This
Chicago, III., July 4.
PRESIDENT DEBS in an interview
tonight said; "So far as the in
juuciions served upon me and
the other officers of the union are
noncerned we are not troubling our
selves about tbat part of tbe managers
game. We have violated no laws aud
care nothing for the action wbiob was
taken really in order that tbe managers
might have a legal excuse for calling
out tbe trooDs. After the service of
tbe papers and before any violence
whatever was dono, tbe general mana
gers ru-ihed to tbe authorities with tbe
faleo statement tbat tbs injunctions
naa not been observed aud that federal
protecliou was imperative.
"I care as little for tbe proposed
grand jury ludictments as I do for the
injunctions. I have ordered no boy
cott or strikes personally aud
bave merely acted us the servant of
ray orgouization. I will fight
fur tbe union to tbe hat, and as
I bave no intention of violat
ing tbe laws of tbe country I stand in
no tear of the federal grand jury. The
action is instigated by the managers.
What do you think of a prosecuting
attorney who bad to be told to iudict
or prosecute violators of tbe law?"
WILL CALL ON MAYOR HOPKINS.
President DfTs said further that in
company with Vice President Howard
and director William Burns, wbo have
been selected to set as a board, be will
call upon Myor Hopkins at the latter'
request, at 11 o'clock tomorrow, when
it is expected to meet with the council
committee, and in all probability with
representatives of tbe Genoral Man
As ye; the union officials art not
looking upon the meetiug aa auything
but one called in order to meet tbe
council committee and not until tbe
managers are present will any other
view be taken. The expeetd action of
Attorney Milchrist iu calling a special
8t'8ion of the federal grand jury un
der Instructions from Washington to
iudict President Debs snd bis as
sociates under a fiction of tbe federal
law, which can be nude uie of, is
looked upon with much foreboding
and doubt by the more thoughtful
an J conservative. The dangers aris
ing from au arrest and detention of
D.bs are regarded as too serious by
THE PEOPLE'S REGATTA,
Eight Racis Rowed on ths Schuylkill
Philadelphia, July 4 The People's
regatta on the Schuylkill river tbis af
ternoon attracted great crowds. The
races were all 1J miles with a turn.
Following are summaries.
First race, double scnll shells; two contestants-
Vrt-per lioat club, of Philadel
phia, won. Time, 10. 12!s-5.
Second nice, junior siuglo sculls; three
contestants (iray's Ferry Biwt cluD, of
Philadelphia, won. Time, 12,05.
Third race. 4 oa'-ed gig; three contest
utits Tritvn Uont club, ot Newark, N. J.,
won. Time, 9.;s 1-5.
Fourth lji- '. senior single sculls; four
culentants Vesper club, Philadelphia,
won by a length uud a half. Tnue,io.8'j 2-5,
Fifth race, 4-oared shells; four contest
ants Institute Boat club, Newark, !'. J.,
won. Time, 9 32,
Sixth race, pair oared sliolls Xo race.
Seventh ruce,Bouior8-oai-ed shells Trltoa
13oat club, Noivark, N. J., won. Time.
Eighth race, junior 8-oared shells Fair
muuut Rowing ciu!, Pniladolptiia, wou.
Time, 8.23 4-5.
STEAMER CATRILD DYNAMITE.
It Went Up Carrying S v.ral Passengers
wi h It.
Kami.oop-, B. C, July 4 Word bus
just been received of a futai explosion
on the North Thompson river, fifteen
miles north of here. The steamer
Quen left tbis morning bouud for
L. wis Creek with eight pastongers ou
hoard. The explosion occurred when
the steamer w is near Brickyard.
Five persons are missing- It was re
ported that there was a quantity of
dyuumitu on bonrd.
GASHED THWO-.T WITH (UZOK.
Jealous Nojrro I il ctt Fatal Wound
Upon Ills Rival,
Rkadinu, Pa., July 4. William Mar
uhall, colored, ug h1 35, is dying at St.
Jiaoph's hospital from the result of a
gash in his throat initiated by a razor
iu tho hands of William Conlton, also
Cculton was jealous of Marshall be
cause he married liii former sweet
heart. Coullou has not yet beeu oap
turcd. STATE LEAGUE BALL NOTES.
Philadelphia, July 4. Secretary Dit
dleoocksuid tonight tbat Slionailoab had
not beeu admitted tu the Htute lee.gue.
There will probably be a intotfuii of the
Leagtio In this city tomorrow nigt, when
tho question of admitting Shunaudoah may
Kk adinh, July 4. It was learned late to
night thut Manager llently, of the Altonna
State league Uaoe Ball club, will go to
Lancaster on Friday and the Altoona club
wiil iu all probability be transferred to
that city. There will be two games in this
WAsniNOToN. July lFortcasl
for Tuesday: for Knxtern
I '.II .ltt-rtll7l lj..W., fln..,J
by fair weather; northwest wind,
slightly cooler. 'urlVettera Pennsylvania,
liijlitly warmer, fair, west winds.
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