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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               PRICE FIVE CENTS. ITLANTA, GA., SATURDAY MOBNISQ. MAY 3, PAGES. TREATED ival of theWa.lilnEtonCorre.pona- Oterjl" C.ty ]-Tho correspond, Au- 3eneral Man ;t ile Pullman cars fifty naaher under the leadership of Mr B the popular corre run VTLINTV CONSTITUTION irk Howell of THE N arrived in committee Judge Gustm ieceivjed it in behalf of the members of the bar, Hon. Clifford An dersonthcn presented it to the county.com roiSMoners, the custodians of the courthouse Eon A O Bacon received the portrait ui be half of the committee The addrosi.es of the above gentlemen were eloquent beautiful and feeling tributes to the moinorj, of a great lawyer a courtj gentleman a devout Christian a public benefactor ana nhilauthroptnt oil whose escutcheon rests no spot 01 blemish His w as a stainless life full of merev love and kindness His labors m behalf of tl e state lunatic asjlum the academy for the blind the educational and church institutions of the city were recited HisTjoiindlc s and imosteiiUoua chanties were noted It vv related how he alv? ays kept a draw erf ul of coins so as to hav e something at hand to give to the poor He was held up as au inspirator and guide for thojouth oi_the land Colonel Whittle diel February Fditor PAJSON'S TACTICS. nn pKomsfS TO VOTE oif OHE AAO TCIlEXf rOTES Qlf THE OXUEB. THi. RL1 II AI. tonight S members of the faoutheni Press Asso- Lm Charleston md n .11 be amo.lf CesH the at the locks It the IFIth Western ISortli Caroliiu Has Stii red t- p THAI LOTTF N C Mnv i Tones losod ght days meetings hein George Tat u-En VL, or THF CORHFSPOXDFVTS bv Kev K Stuart of Tennessee and this one of the moat wonderful in the history of the evangelist s worn In the eight days Mr Jones and Lia assistant have preached tunolessthuiloOCOieople and all western Canluii has been stmcd by the words oils Creorgia preacher More than Je'2u" REPUBLICAN DISGUST WITH BUCK He Has No Friends Save S.eeroea. and to These Ho Clings With DesperaUoo- LnGrange Pqatufflce in Dispnte May 2 in- dications are that some serious chaises will be made against Congressman Pas son, of Illinois who so vigorously opposed the copyright hill todav A lady Mrs Burke who represents sovcial said that he bad prom- ise 1 faithfully not to oppose the bill and while pounding the bill, she sent him a note reminding him of his promise 4.t last aecounts tno Illinois coll trressmaii hau ma4e no reply Edward Jiggleston, author of several valuable work-, said to THE CONSTITUTION that President Tairhe, of the American JSews com pan j had fixed the whole business as ho and thelVJcKmley tariff bill if passed, -would increase them to two hundred and hve per cent, while in oilier for students' duties would in creased to four hundred and fifty per cent Mr Moroll said that as to the increased un- ties in glass, from Blissonn bad no light to assume that the senate would agree to Mr Vast had no loitb. in that suggestion He Tales' would Ife taken by the senate on tlie tariff Ml. would be in accordaoce'-with the platform of the repnbli can partjuott -which Mr Harrison as elected and that was to increase the duties np to the point necessary to exclude every article that coinpeted Trrtn a lite article made in the EIGHT-HOUE STRIKE. 15-to Wash i e SB of me hour an corresioiideiits are d are j Chorlottee Men s Christian as- n ind be himself w is nrescntel with :heck bv the of Ch vrfotte for S2 .sides tins Mr Jones Mr Stuart and Iro- O Fxcoll wcieeach presented with jeautiful basket of flowers and Mr Stuart is abo pieseuted with a beautiful gold ntiicna met their I headc 1 and Professor a S C this morning with them, where twenty y All the .harlotte and the good work he has accom liahedhcie The closing scenes were voiy ffccni g and hundreds clung around Mr ones until ho pushed his way out of the iinldiii" and went to 1 is room at the hotel Jmen to the Arlington landaus w ere in depot The partv w OT FIGHT, ,o Ulr Harper Kefusod to Kcoognize Ga May ]-Below is that bis occurred in the Davis i anil Harper affair up to G p in this afternoon ILONt-L lub wheie a delightful luncheon j fa 2S 1690-Mr Tamesjl i 1 f.wr SI eeches were made Hanlr 1 Iberton i -Sir Owmjrto mv phvsical ,d Colonel M es P Haudj of Pluladelplua tvwmch occurred between ui in Elberton responded Vllen of Mississippi and con Cunii ungs of and responded happiK on the Jtli of April last ,1 ed upon i the Jth ol April laai M> friend Mr S L Carter will hand you this will please name jonr friend and the time and place somewhere bejond the Savannah river 1 on tlie with Carolina that a meeting mavle -ed for the i urpoao settling tlie troul le Pirn. DiVM Grady, which lVnt tribute to Hen ahcited tumultuous applause iL-tlQLK FEAIUKE A urn ,ue feature was contributed by Chair Austin of the engine committee of conn en us Respectiullv Mr Ilaners reply Ll.mil ON Oa April 29 1890-Mr PhllW )ur cominumcation of tlie "8th 11 slant tol and through 5 our friend Mr S L Car "ID leplv I have Mm] Iv to Paj tint jour conduct in the past debars me from recognizing j ou in tne bill Dr "nggleston said 1 e intended to stump Payson s district against him and w ould see that things were made ex interesting for him Mr Johnson of the Century and secretary of the American Copj right League was in the press gallery and said he felt that the thing w as done for Tho Georgia delegation helped to give the bill a black cj e all v otmg against it save Lester Saw art did not vote President Kennedy of the tj pograplucal union sajs tbat at the coming convention m Atlanta they will try to devise means for bringing the matter properly before the public Ho does not believe that the bill should hav o been called at this session as the public was not ready for it Ho believes something can be accomplished jet Bit K OF BUCK It is generally understood here that the re- publicans both here and in Georgia are be coming thoroughly disguste I with Buck which is chiefly on account of his negro-loving proclivities He has w orked himself into that position where he is afraid to do or ailj thing when the colored troops made a de maud Ho fears ho will be asked to vacate the chair ho now holds and in this event it w ould fall to a negro unless forces sumcieiit could be mustered to giv o it to 1 ocke Hfc.SITATi.3 EETVVF1EN A WHITE AM) V MEGRO The negroes at LaGrange still insist that one of tl eir number shall be appointed post master there and name Logan A Huid as the man Buck h vs refused to indorse any one though he had promised to support Miss Stelli Laird who is said to be acceptable to tl e people of that city and is indorsed by both republicans and democrats I he repub heans here aio waiting to see what stand Buck will take in tins matter aud if it is with the negroes the ranks will lose a few mem beis Congressman Grant is quite sick and his son from Galv ostoii Texas came ton ght Mr Vest's amendment was rejected The discussion was interrupted in order to receiver message from the house announcing the passage ol tlie anti-trust bill, with an Mr SUennan wished to have the amend ment concurred in bnt Mr Vest thought it should 09 referred to judiciary committee and that was.done At o'clock the discussion closed, and the senate commenced to vote on the bill ana pending amendments Mr Gray s amendment was Mr Payne being the only demo- crat voting in the negative The next vote was on an amendment ol fpredbyittr Kvartstoadd to the description of what IStalJ constitute the record in the circuit chart the words together with such ev idencii as the court inav deem necessary to the endsvof justice It wat rejecteit-yeas '7 uaysSi (Messrs AlliMHi Blair Evarts, fcdmnndsaiid Spooner were the only repuWl cans in tlie affirmative All thfrsommittee amendments were agreed t o and thft bill was veas 35 nays IS Mr Paynd being, the only democrat in the at ieli ractically unchanged from that renortediy the finance committee on the IMtu of the only change oj any importance bein- tbelnsertion a provision in the fourth section fMt tlie secretary ot the treasury may make relations by wHiqh books, magannes and published and imported in parts aumbers and volumes and entered to be imported free of duty shall require but one declaration, for the entire series. __ A conference on the disagreeing votes was asked Messrs Allison Aldnch and McBher- on were appointed confeieos On motion of Mr Jones of ada the bill uthonzmg the issue of treasury notes on the eposit of silver bullion was taken up and .ado unfinished business from Wednesday lext until disposed of Aftei an execute e session the senate aa ca my friend 3Ir mont The hook and ladder three squares off armed witmnoiie minute the other compa mes.n proportion to the distance came, an, the whole department was in front of the clu TESTIFIES He Does Isot Charge His ErotHer B Assassina tion to tlie Democratic Party I.TTI.KBOCK Ark Mav 2-The Clayton amStleenguewasplajuiL, a stream within B klnndge mvestigatmg committeehad two sessions to lay Colonel W P Clayton was SICK CONGRESSMAN a tarj salute of twenty hve guns were fired O THE HOTEI From there to the Bonair hotel where cham ai e was serv ed in th w as on the streets and ev orjbody avoided lum He thought the conspiracy to murder his brother was concocted in Mornllton, and it was known to twenty five men in the H s coil lition is not thought to be dangerous r 01 CISTOMS The Senate Passes tlie Kill-TUe Depende! Pension Sill WASHINGTON May 2 the bills re porte 1 from committees and placed ou th calendar are the following Sen ite bill for public buildings at Columbus Ga S100000 House bill for the classification of worste cloths as w ooleiis Mi Cullom from the committee on inter st ite commerce mode a rep rt w lib. testimony on the subject of American commerce by Cauad m rulroads Ordered printed Mr est introduced a b 11 to amen 1 the interstate commeice act stating that Us object was to 11 ice exi less companies under the pro- visions of th it act aud asked the attention of the interstate commerce committee to the suljcct Mr Cull m st ited that the commit tee had had that subject under consideration ourned______________ AGAIJ.ST APTHOBS Defeat of the CopjrIBht Bill in the House "Veatertlay WASHINGTON May Davidson, of Florida, presented a protest of the citizens of ley West against the tobacco schedule of the .ariff bill Onmotionof Mr O Neill, of Pennsylvania a resolution was adopted setting apart Saturday Tune 14th for the dehv cry of eulogies upon the late Samuel J Randall of Pe nnsj H ama The house then resumed consideration 01 the copvnght bill Mr Hopkins of Illinois, said that the osten sible purpose of the bill was to extend the rights of American authors to foreign authors But the measure meant vastly moie than tins Tlie inevitable result of it would be to create a gigantic publishing monopolj, which would the once of every book and periodical printed in the country and would impose a tax on every reader of a book from the boy with hisprlirWtothe college professor with his sc (nttfic work It would affect the reader of every icriodical the reader of fie rural new si aper w ould suffer I he argument that the foreign author was robbed of some thin" that was his just due when his works w ere published here, and that the Amen can author was subject to the abroad TSOUSATTDS OF ZABOBEBS FOBCUiG THE EVERYTHING CONDUCTED ORDERLY Except Over la France and Spain. Wbere One or Two Kiots Arreat of Anarcuists. CHICAGO May 2 signal was given this morning and the iron moulders in most of the largo manufacturing establishments of Chicago went out on strike at 7 o clock or rather declined to go to B ork at the old rates The fires under the furnaces of the Malleable Iron works were banked this morning the sev enty five moulders there having declined to resume work They asked for the eight hour day and a uniform rate of wages This was refused There are 1 fiOOnien employed at the Malleable Ironworks and if the moulders' stnke long continues the entire plant will be compelled to shut down The men simply declined to re turn to their places this morning, and pickets were posted about the works to see that no non union men went to work At the McCormick Harvesting Machine works loO moulders declined to go to work All the moulders and helpers aie also out and the stnke threatens to spread to the balance ol the employes of the works which employs 2 500 men The moulders also posted pickets at this place and anj attempt to put non union men at work will be met by a determined resistance The stnke sj read to Bowen Richardson's establishment and loO moulders refused to go to woik All the moulders at Griffin s Iron fonodr; struck There were eighty men employed there The Illinois Steel company granted 200 of their mou.ders eight hours a day, and a strike was averted The moulders employed at the Deeniig Reaper woiks and a number of anarchists strucK this morning The Fairbank Canning company nas re fused the demand of the 500 emplojes for eight hours a daj and a strike will bo in amrurated Monday Eighty coopers struck this morning Ten thousand emplojes m the sash door and blind factories planing mills and other such lines of bin, ness struck this morning for eight hours There are about 23 000 of them all told in the citv and it is understood the re mainmg men will strike tonight unless their demands are complied with The strike of tins morning covers the south w est division of the citj and mills ou North pier The demand is for e ght hours work and eight hours pay The move w as decided upon last night and around all planin, mills this morning workmen were collected in little knots Tho men quit without notifying their employers Among all planing mills there was hut one where men were at work this morning and tbat was at Nekiiett s same species of robbery w as hose 1 on the idea that an author w as m debted to the state and people for nothing that his works w ere not the creation nf his and s aur that his brother was ki nasmaJo Hand Bob Pale He was firmly convinced Thence by the exposition grounds and back persons who stoie the ballot-box to Uie citv BARKETTS BFCEPTIO-i ta e killed his brother He did not charge the dernociatic party with being responsible for %i charming ladies The Commerciali lub the tlicater and other points of interest have been visited tonight ai d everything is in readiness for a big dav tomorrow Ed Barrett Clark Howell and THE CONSTI IBTlor, have been toasted frequently today S VV AKNAH S FB1ZE FIGHT Jimmy Connors of Buffalo Knocks Out Jimmy Halt} SAVANNIH Ga Maj Timmy Connors of Buffalo and Jimmy Haley of liew fougl t to a tmish in the Athletic clnb tomglt in Fords hall Connors knocked Haley out in the twenty third round and w on Tho battle w ..s for SI 000 It was hard fought both men receiv nig hard punish ment but Haley getting the worst of it Con nors drew 'he hrst hi od in the eleventh Haley nearly gaii-o 1 the first knock down in tie thirteenth but w vs, first to no down him BOlf in the twenty first Connors who was the tallest man had to fight from the tenth round He thd pretty ranch all the leading and Haley frequently clinched to escape punishment In tlie JU-DRIAI. OF HAKKY MirMZY Tl.e Brilliant loung Uldto Rest ATHENS Ga May 2 VII that remained of Henry Uajes Phinizy was laid to est m Ocouee cemetery today The funeral exercises were conducted from ,e residence of Mrs -V B au both duections tl e subject had been nosti ncrt Tl e comin ttee be sad would prol ablv take up the question again especially as the hill ho. 1 been mtro luced The bill w as referred to the committee on interstate commerce The concurrent resolution heretofore offered bv Mr Dolpb, requesting the president to enter into negotiations with the government of Great Britaii aud Mexico with a view to securing reaty stipulations for the prevention of tlie ntry of Chinese laborers into the tinted y fatatcs w as taken up and agreed to an aer down a second time and the New Yorker fail nig to come to time Connors was declarea winner Ten thousand dollars changed hand! oil the battle Both men w eigned in at A CUE IT LAWYER S FOKTBAIT. interesting t-iercises in Macon Attending a Presentation MVCOJ, Oa Mav lately IQ ased ai 1 greatly lamented Colonel L, JN ittle of Micon was one of the roost dis- mginshed lavvjers courtly ,-ontlcmen an Aeral benefactors that ev er hv ed in Georgia iast November at a meeting of the Maco bar it apiomted a committee coin posed of J G Blount chairman Clifford Anderson B K Hiiies A O Bacon and "VA ashmgton Dessau to obtai a hfcsi7o lortrut of Colonel -Whittle an llavotho i luilacid in the superior cou room of Bib counts The committee en gaged Mr illiam Cooper of Nashville to Paint the portrait Tho artist executed a splendid likeness and did an excellent piece of work Todav at noon w as the hour set apart tor the cou mittco to present the portrait There assembly of lawyers and ladies aud gei tlenien to w itness the interesting exer cises The picture w as placed in position on tie w all behind the judges bench in the supe courtroom w 1 ere it can be seen oy au who enter the temple of justice and truth, of ijhich principles Colonel Whittle was a bright and noble illustration Judge George W Gustm was made chair- man olthe meetmg Mr J Q- Blount pre- sented the picture to the few in bfibaU ol toe A SOUTHEK1S OKATOK Vnrt Southern Soldier Will Take Part at Andersonville a A. from the house w ith the bouse amendment to the senate dependent pension bill was lai 1 before the senate and the bill and amendment were referred to tlie pension com ive bill was taken C raj end The custA )S administrate up the q Jii bcnv on Mr nfent olrcrel vosterda to strike out of the foul tec nth section the following vv orth, states that serious :rouble has broken out there The hands employed in twenty-six mills at that placa went out on a strike this morning and greal crowds of men gathered about the streets ta discuss their grievances The crowd was augmented by a bod} of sinkers from Roubaix another maiiufactunngtow 11 ashore distance from Tourcoing who marched in a. mass to the latter place and soon all hands be- gan to show an ugly feeling which culminated m serious noting which was pn grossing at noon the time the dispatch was sent Mlhtarj re-inforcemeuts have been summoned to aid the authorities in restonng order The Roubaix stnke is extending to adjacent communes At Croix the strikers attackeil Halden s factory intending to plunder it They succeeded in shattering the windows. when troops compelled them to desist Thev then proceeded to the telegraph omee and wrecked the interior The Journal des Debats says in connection with yesterday's labor demonstration that it would be a mistake to treat the celebrations aa affairs of no importance seeing thcj showed that the wortangmen ohejed the word ol command to mark the day m some form The total number of persons arrested ui Pans during the aiyj and n gut was three hundred Of this number one hundred and fifty were detained over nignt The injur es received by a number of nersoua during the row in the Place de la Coi c >rde consisted of slight bruises AJ1 the concur in congratulating the gov eminent up a the success of its precautions to prevent any rl sturbance and Parisians- upon their pru- dence EV QUIET BERLIN May 2 is estimated thai not ten per cent of the Berlin workiiigmen were absent from work yesterdav An incidint show ing the discipline of the men occurred at the Friederiehsau brow erj last evoimij, Two. thousand masons visited the brewcrv in a bodv and tried to obtain entrance 1 ho po- lice refused to allow tl em to enter where- upon all turned qmetiv awav at 311 order from At Giuencwald several hun- dred men assembled in an inn and wera dunking and playing cards when one of thoir nnirber arose ind said Ivio }ojrs ago the. keeper of tins inn refused to permit a soc ausB meeting to be held here Instanliv all arose. paid for their drinks and departed The number of strikers at JTourcomg is etti- mated at fortj thousan 1 The streets and fac- tories are guarded by troops RIOTING IN BT YIN MADKID Maj 2 striker at Barre conducted themselves m a riotous inannel throughout the daj The} impeded all kinds of business, stopping 1011 ket carts and scatter- ing and tramping upon their contents of pro- visions r he ei v il gu a ds w ere contninallj en- gaged in attempting failed to quiet them to disperse the rioter- bnl Finally a state of siege roundups and his associations The most eisnal observer knew that this was not true 1 he state and people had done as much for the author as no had done for them The Amen can author w as protected in the labor otnis brvin for a period of forty three jears Free schools and free libraries had given him a con stituencv otoveroO 000 OOOpeoole who rejoiced -in his success and paid him willingly the price e put upon his w orks The hill could not be passed on the idea of justice to American utln rs The rights the American people hould be considered The benefit derived rom cheap editions of foreign books could not be oo highly estimated Congress should not jield to the false sentiment urged by the nends of the measure but should look to the leeds (f the American people and legislate in their iiiteiest against all the world Ho de nounced as damnable the third section of the jUl wh en ho declared prohibited the im portatiou ot foielgn books Foreign authors :iad formed a combination with certain labor organizations for the purpose of making a trust and controlling this market Labor or_aiH7ations when they came to understand the question would denounce the measure Mr Simonds of Connecticut algued in fav or of the bill The American peop'e were beginning to understand how great a wrong was being done to authors and they were de termined tbat a should be put to this :haracten7ed the bill as a scheme ting wor men from each department was appointed ost ui3it to wait upon the officials but Ihey Seemed ir wai up disincline 1 to go before their over blue The colored w tot it can to as WIJ.PIKG IIP WOBK The Developer Got Too Beep Into Water and CVMDFV N J MayG2-The Fidelity Sure tv Trust and Safe companj suspended paj rolltcteil the appropriate appraising officers o 5occtor ahull forthwith inform the serretarj o the treasuar} and he   the finance committee and lie would therefore v ote against all amendments reported by that committee Mi Gray s amendment was rejected without JAS the finance committee lias shown its hostility to the amendment suggested v ester dav by Mr Hiscock Mr Evarts offered an amendment of his own-namely to insert m the fifteenth section a provision that the cir cuit court shall give priority to and pipceed to try aud determine a case according to law up on the matters before it and upon such other testimony afl the court maj think necessary The amendment was eas, It) Fvarts -was the onh republican who voted for it while three MePherson and ote I agaiiis, it Mr Vest offered au aniei dment providing that m case of ad valorem duties no duty S. suspended yeBterdayjrasalsoits president A Georgian ms tlie Honor wrong doln, was further opposed bv Messrs Mills Culbersoii Peters of Kansas (w ho held that the bill would strike a blow at patent msides Anderson of Kansas Stockdale Paj son and Lind and was advo- cate! by Mr McAdoo ivho said the copvnght law was written by Moses m the stone tablet in the words Thou bhaltj Not Steal' Mr Moore of New Hampshire who said be bad. been a newspaper publisher from bojhood knew all about patent insides and asserted that tl e pending bill wouH not affect them in any wav and bv Mr Carlisle who said he would vote for it on account of the general principle involved Two amendments by Mr Payson adopted but on the v ote on engrossment nd third reading of the bill it was eas naj s IJKt _. Before the announcement of the result Mr Breckmndge who voted in the affirmative hanged bis vote to the negative for the pur lose of moving a reconsideration Mr Hopkins of Illinois moved to lay the motion to reconsider on the table and Adams, 3f Illinois, to take recess Vote was taken m recess motion and it was defeated but as Ae hour of five o clock had arrived the chair declared that under the rnles the house was in recess until eight o'clock The motion to reconsider and to lay that motion on the table wentjoverto be acted upon The chairman of the molders committee save they want ten hours as a day s work fifteen per cent adv aiice ill wages and fifty per cent extra for overtime SOME OF THF SHOPS AFFFCTEO At the the great McCormick Keaper factory fifty molders went out but the work was progressing as usual Among the manufac turm" concerns w Inch are closed are the fol lowing Richardson fouudrj 1 0 men Ajarrorge compa-ny 1 U men Wells French Car company 8 works 1 000 men Chicago Car Wheel fouiidrj F E Hoberts s foundry 100 men Decameii Duks tunu turefactorj 400 men, Chicago Cottage Organ shavers did not stnke todav bat nrn exnected to do bo tomorrow The entire numbeVofemp.ovesof J, K ITairbank com nanv about 5oO will go out on Monday P The coopers eightj struck this nK 'Tlusisson.ethuig of a surprise as inemploved there are securing better J _______11.. nn.il nnn was declared At alencia manv masters conceded the de- mands of the workmen but the strikers pre- vented the men from resuming work Rail- way "oodsporters and doekmeii joueo. in ttta strike movement and became riotous but wera suppressed by eav airy Troops are now guard- ing the thrcatei cd factones and other estab- lisliments Similardisturbances have occurred at and AllKEBT 01 ANABtHISTS POVIF May 2 attempts to resist troops were malo here jesterdav and thirty pcrvma arrested including sev eral anarchists 1 lio king and queen took their usual drives in an open carnage aud received au ovation from the people In one instance tt man used an insulting ex- pression as the roval cour le di-ov e 1 j w lieu ha was seized bj bystanders and secured until placed under arrest bj BASEBALL At N.cw'-Vork 030 ST i i o o o At 4000-5 -Horce-ter 20101 0 (I Ihiiaaclplii. 01000 At Plnladclphia-Cllr thcrhood 1 Philadelphia I 1 0 Boston 0 0 At 1 ritwlurg 0 0 0 0 0 2 a j The medal was unanimously gressman Black. shipped to the bnited States In the course of a tariff speech in advocacy of his amendment, Mr Vest lead from the re port of the tariff commission in to show that the estimate then placed aied ten per cent so that their taiapon under the pending bill would increase the tar ff to that extant The bill therefore would, under the disguise of being an administrative BUI work an increase of tariff duty He had a table prepared for him by two experts to shew thaui some classes ol glassware the pendjig {.Tii increase the present duties from pel cent to seventy-seven jper cent -Wall Try It on Monday WASHINGTON May 2 making areful canvass of the house to learn what measure of support could be counted upon for the movement the managers of the nver am harbor bill have decided that they willattempt to pass the bill in the house on Monday under a suspension of the rnles, which will require a tw o-thirds v ote At Rochester 1 2 Athletic 1 At Syracuse N 1 Stars 0 Brooklyn 0 0 At Cleveland Cincinnati 2 0 I At Cleveland [Brotherhood Cleveland wage tiau'those generally paid by large con corns Tliev want eight lours work and nine hours pav The coopers arem earnest in their demand for eight hours, and in all portions of the city men are quitting work oil the refusal of employers to surrender In the northwest- ern distncts of the citj there is not one cooper 'From three to four thousand sash door and blind men walked out of the v anous factor ep n the southwest lumber district this morning The action was apmrently withont waniing The men came to the r places of emplojment as usual this morning and with only a few exceptions proceeded to work when tlie whistles blei An hour or so later they threw down their tools and quietly walked out, giv ing no exDlanation and without any sort of scene The rumor that the planing mill aen would quit tomorrow morning ould not be traced to any reliable source It i-as also said that all the wood workers in whatever branch of business, were restless and A( w Del- might join m the stnke at any moment Everything remained quiet, no'withstand me the large number of men idle and the po- i lice say they are not anticipating any dis- st o o J a 0 2 0 I) 1 00200) a 0 1 TELLGRAPU BREVITIES The liabilities of T Feckheimer Co who suspended m New on Thursday are stated at S3CO 000 assets S300 000 Governor HU1 of iSew York, has signed the ballot reform law In the house of commons last night Mr earner on maue a motion looking to the disestablishment of the church m ScotUntt. Mr Gladstone sop ported the motion but it was rejected b> a vote ot Ttfltykert member ol the Canadian parBa ment, has resigned his seat. He is charged wltu "boodhng." L. M Sat of the Hampton oTtne Hampton, a., drowned m the Koads while s tf turbance THE BOARD OF ABBITHATJOSr The board of arbitration chosen to settle dif ferences between the striking carpenters and the new bosses association, has been in secret session all daj, and is understood to have made satisfactory progress It w as announced late this afternoon that eight hours as a regular day a work had been asreed to At the 6rst session today a lefcr from the old bosses was received It claimed that the association employs a majontv of the carpenters of the city, and that no effective can be made withont the assent of this bodj It says that members of the asso- ciation are read> to concede the eight hour a day and to treat with their men as to wages but they decline to suomit to the arbitration proposition, or recognize the union to the ex tent of preventing themselves from hiring or discharging whatever men they may choose to employ or dismiss THE BUICKI.A.TEES JODf d EHIIUADEI.PHIA, May 2 was rejoic- ing among the carpeaters at the strikers' headquarters this morning when it was an- nounced that the bricklayers bad come to the aid of flie striking carpenters by ordering that DO tracklayer should work upon frames, m other words, that theyanonia not setrandttW or door-Hames Chicago At Toledo Toledo Columbus Vt Baltimore Baltimore Jersey Cirv At Newark Hartford v At Chicago 1 0 FlttsUirg 0 "Wilmington New Haven AtSt __ Loun Louisville At Richmond- Richmond Maryland 2 0 3 1 200 02400043 00001000 .S 1000101 0 0 J 0 0 0 0 00000220 01006501 0- -5 4 o- a S o 9 0- 2 J3 002000 000000 1 0 3 0 0 00 S 2 1 0-IT -N asfiv Kacefl. win 0.1 r May 2-llie track was ir pnma condition two favorites won out if six race seven Conom Icetns won, Fred Fink second Lov eUnd third Time I 2g Second race nine sixteenth., Bone Howanl Second TljM hml race one mile John SI erman won Ualljr- Bun Sopei-ttard May2 __ First race five fnr- Watch Me second Sir mSmtfurion-. Onflamme won. second Dunboyne third. Time fnrtings. Prince Howara won. third. Tt race, five zurJonss, MJnuet won,   

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$9.95

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Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

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