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   Titusville Herald  (Newspaper) - March 20, 1886, Titusville, Pennsylvania                                HKNK r V Tho by iiiftii jorvSit tttitur itri lura in Ono Dollar and a Ualf frcv ijj FirtiRa iatftM Ttm Ton Mar ami 46 pfg at the Counting Kooiu C irrojipondcnii yenr iiiatKaiicc and Fourptirtcu or Upon iiu poruut solicited from tueae parth OFFIOEEJ O March liouc for thelbwfcr lake regiom SontheiiBterly windn staliouary temperature light or REFUSES TO ASplTRATE WITH THE KN c H 1S OF LABOR Ami Disclaims Responsibility for the Continuance of the Strike Matters in as Serious Condition as Ever of THE Keptiblfcuti State Convention Will be beld in June or Tuly The time is not PfiKSIDKVTOLKVKLAND allOUkl UOt Only dioetyow ull ttie gutfagesVpii inoifeusve Cuinuineu in this couutrybut afford tlio rfauiftpiOiectiou to their lives uud property that othor forftiyn natives joy MK vvho is undoubtedly xteaply in Mr Gladsioues thut Uiaprojcct will coqcede ib Jre n separate with powers pieunry those powers witt be circumscribed certain of whjicu wUL be lhat the nailitury forces filinUcontinue to be the disposal of the that Ireland shall have control of her police This will probably not satisfy Davitt and his followers a ol the regulation of bat his bill never contemplated tsncli a state of things as have lately existed in the southwestern system where there wtis a suspension of and paralysis of interstate commerce by rail altogether and nothing to regulate An amendment wonldbe in order to ilsgans bill empowering the government lo step in when step out and to aizike and Ktates a possible thing Thus would cer tainly be a measure iu the interest of manufacturer shipper merchant and iousuaierj Lai bis thetract of obstructions to tha polssage auotivia and trains wjth their tonsqf freight smcl Uriug freight too i v THE Bissengerir of tlio Oregon who peaking from the Conipan aro met with the remark that that as net forth on the liable be yond Many passengers lost all their zuotioyaud valuably baggage r id scarcely credible however tuat a j vould UtTftnY tacimical gfouadd All accounts neg iigence on the part of Agents and leaee warning the It w beginning to on tka raiiitlajof sohw peopfe that die sinking Vessel and no or uhockeTjp by manyot f TQTIIK i ST LOUJM March reply Vico Jreaidont llovie to tho request of Maiiter Workman Powdevly tor confer wan telegraphed to that gentleman Ista Among other things lie fays in the present casetha anomaly is pro strike which idwithout a rd which way entered upon withoutnotice to tho company and whichhati resulted m wanton und malicious destruction to this companys property by violence and incendtaritfnl aud inthe almost total ptoppageof ita business by intimida tion and by force He then cites several cases of the failure of the Knights of Labor to carry out their contracts with the company and says For the sake 7 ami harmony this com pany has repeatedly on demands of yoor changesm its staff by removal of officials entirely satisfactory to tbe company but objectionable to Bome oC yonrnieuiberfi I Knights hive nsert the Mis souri Pacific road to right their grievances against other roads and companies autl says instances mightbe cited where they attempt ed to use the iUirjsouri Paciiic to boycott pri vate The lettercontinues Tlie stoppage of the work of this company without cause has become so fre quent that believing the fatnre will be as unsettled as the past it cannotrenew the volunturiaily andarbitrarily abrogated by your organization aud longer jsnbinit to it the management of our busi ness If yourself or other intelligent citi zeim aiiy practicable methods wiiereby situation can be changed and traffic permanently resumed will be pleased to meet yourself or them as citizen but not as representatives of ybnr organization to discuss pending difficulties or any other matters of public interest Inconclusion I desire emphatically to state that the respons ibility for the continuance of the present unjustifiable strikewill not rest with I No trace of the colliding IT Oov Pattiaoa to the provVia teudent of of the ofin isaed as sbozxac the eiaroinalfbu 5s coijclud rrvl and report made basis ofjasVu ticatlon The broken sup aud not parmittea to handle Jcent of thefitate appropnatiou Thelegts jlaturecan tardy relief meet till This is fortunate tho managers aa may rabsiJe and resentments die away in the next six i months and meanwhile they can brace up d get in their vindications ind ex Stioos They allowe had iff and Tt wonkt their caae Mercer to f gblvernor a up their story vto sho vv TEE fltghfof WiVaer the dearfctefivVe The decision of he receiver of Qraat of jthat receivetl over what he pnt into the jfirmin the contract bnsioass an also must within twenty dws reionvev to the re ceiver the Iu and the morning after fiilrjTe I The referee Uhe charges of that Ward the firm fancV properjy were siniply HKsets owed niorethui iie was pkv formed flcni ly insolvent to its collapse and that the moneyR ip whicii went to of tha firm The referee accordingly onlors reatiiution Warner hfts a criminal prospeitof forteflinS fioth liberty atrippfiil of 1m property at the eatile ime waft probably more than he coiiUT At ail events hs is aaissing and his wife is This is nsoally casft ith wives when their husbands load thena own with real estate which they are un carry themselves It is to be hoped bail which ible t that f this company but in as your organization has committed tuVemrof striding first and to negotiate afterwaVd it has powar and should end the present troubles by permit ting aricli of oiir former employes and others to work o do so without1 fear of thleats and inticnHiatlon leaving thLs com pany resutme operatioas and ad jiistAviiJiMts grievnnca thoy may have J Answer wat received fronuilrpovfderly votr willnot meet m meStflr workiriau of the K of miwt decline to njeet with you m tiny other capacity Rnd responsibility U wad the iatantionhad yon consented to meet witb me to endeavor to eBect such ksettlel merit aa would prevent impashiopg being practiced cpou the employe Qf your company by fiubordinafe officials and put an end to strikes ouYpur lines for the Of of Expressed by Jay Mareh of the action of tha Dallas Ey a ufldcitizenBOE Greenville Texas m resolutions denunciatory of the Ktrikfrandthe strikers methodwere for warded to Mr Jaytioald here audhe has juul forwarded the following telegram in SEVEN PERSONS THREE OF THEM FATALLY No word of mine fan fltifJicientiy ex 1aftsa oiy upprerifttiou of kludwoaia of encouragement and tho good cou your dispatch The pvesent HlriLo our uysiom wan ordered by the of a eecrol orirdiihctttiou beuausd a neighboring railway in ttie control of the court in the land had aesu Gc to ditj oua oftlieir etuployfcsauil wjju 110 other complaint iigaiii6t the of the ilLsHonri Pdcilic without any wnr or ahadowof justincaliou The entire of four slates and oue territory IE couiiiletely paralysed and tho million of resident citteens deprived of the rail vay facilities on which their entire prcmperity dependo and to the enjoyment of which they have legal rights paramount toany SK cret because their rights are ecuied to them bytha laws Ttie Missouri Pacific employes It3If men Of these 3717 onlyare ehRaged iu the present so thit in these 8700 who are by force and in timidationstopping our trains are therebv iepnvingtheroBiairiiugTOyoOof thsir co aborersi of iheirVraily earnings SVill uot i tb6 public soon learn that it is they thfit pzyf piy roll tbe g houJie to receive iiud distribnte f And Seven Houses EurnedToo Heavy Pressure From the Mc Wllllams Roarer the CauseThe Well On Fire Appropriately Celebrated by ih School Yesterday High Sqhool rooms were crowded to their utmost capacity at tyro oclockyeeterl day when the exercises to honor of tha au mVersavyei Dr Oliver Wendell Holmes were beguu Extra chairs were brought m and ilie pupils gave up their seats but eiiJ was who were unable to therooins to get eu TLe room was handsomely decorated with orcelleut portiait of Dr Which WM Theu PiTTSBUhaH ifatch LJ liy an explosion gas county iLic utteruoou eeven pewonswere j fraorauLe These were the gauerbusgiftbf thwa WOE a great profusion of flowers Laud somely firraugwl aud fiUinR the air with injured three of whom will The explo followed bya liVit wliich destroyed IweJliijg The nar Mrs J Included in the programme the read of twoaulpgraph letters from oneto Prof it M Slreeier and the other to Edith CadwaUader Ohe prograrume jeura old as published below waacarried out in full fatally injured are Mrs Harry Taylor Win Taylor ucr fatliertnriiw ttnd Nellie tjfau about 14 Ihe othora injured three arecbiUlretf of aud tosiiy luafit vas playing would be the Tuylor They are BcriouHiy burned I very least thafcould ba said of it but pLyfltciautifiay they explosion Was caused bv will recover The a leuk froiii the umiu It seems that tbe Chartjers io mating couueetions frona tb at the When there is 6uch general excellent it is hardly fair to particularize his coucluaipu of the ersrcisea to a ladv of well well just struck to their main jknown musical and literary request that she checkwith uer pencil what she considered the leadingfeatures of the event tarougli the list frev is marking a name here ahd there andpreplexed find thai sKe were seatedoiithe pprchjnfront of the hotise this fund fullyGrpercenf of the j were terribly buSd entire gross earnmgs of a railway And f oimediately following the svheu they do they will probably riud some method to regulate aud control the labor engaged in railway transportation and thus Cerent such strikes the present one Hue The heavy pressure caused a break in thepipe and the gtuescaping iii large volj urneK soon tilled thoarea and houses in the I vicinity before the break conld berepaiwdr Tiae cunght nre from the grata in the j up m all direciiQus ifri Tayj j were however may be j mentioned as it ia joint wortau4 that was Jhe SchoolJournal soably edited by Misa Emma jP Archbold If was replete witlr good explosion the things rich spicy and witty Ii bouse took tire whicn quickly spread to arti honor to the school joiniug seven of them Will G made an iu a short time The also j pf the tjftv He jer three cliiUreu and Nettie llanlou all was in excellent welcomed the I e ctams wejl also rudent of the v He welcomed the caugkture aud is uov burning fiercly the visitors in brief and smoothly apoken words dames jeaping fully aO feet in the air and carriedthe exercisesthr MEWS IN BRIEF I There is grfrttescttejijeuc as it feared i uthev wells m close proximity will be j Floods are reported from various parts of t bmldingsdestroyed he Guriuau empire exercisesthrough lEKe a Natural Gasr for Rochester liochetilor PoaUExiircsa of evening says At the next meetingof common cotui cil Th6 Natural and Fuel Con panyJl recently formeu in thiscity wilUW to secnre a franchise rt tolay roufas in the streets At Buffaloa like franchise jostbeen granted afmr u agitation The application jbfra inJanuary of ae as of aldermen hitve given the smbject patient and thorough cousiderntiOQ The result IB a gmni carefully framed to to protect the oil v us well as to the tornpatiy the franchise The terms of this rttttialo frauchis6 should be carefnliy staJied before privileges are given here but proper rastric MIOIIB should be denied if the company u ready to male use of it fpiv persoua will contend TfA wiirbe asked How nearly ready is the coiiipaiiy tbnYalre nse of Biich a fmucmsei As fav as can bc laamod that company has hot yet ascer tained whether uarural gae can be carried ttf this city at tnoutiay which would warrant the ventaro It not the Bloom IJeld district would fnniLsLi a sufficient 3qu The supply for Buffalo U earned a distance of seventy miles Thereis Important to Lafliet N 11L euough to be bad i u snine d isfrict to supply ten KUCU cities as tbe question is it pay to bring If here llteregfdu perhaps 120 miles from tats city The Koehester company proposes to investigate the nmtier without delay There issome talU of the Welsk mine at Mineral Point O starting under a new firm A Great Victory A Terrjbfo Case of Scrofula The city hall at Tall River Mass burned yesterday Loss The Manchester Bug Guardians com uoreiiil article rejyortA business very The Studebaker strike at iud is And we Monday Fireman Fred Smith was kililett in a wrecV on the Erie Wyoming road near Hawly u yesterday Mariuh Beck andher infant son ware enf ocatediuatenement house fire atNew York yesterday I a a collision ferryboats op positeNew York yesterday four persons vtreseriously injured i A sixyearold girl of Joseph Taylor in 3lay county Teuu aecidentlv killed her ports to he secretary of Sonth Bend oC trlcluc will ha resumed and mat similar eases Notes from theCapital WASADCGTGX Maivli consul irenil of the United States af Berlin re state that 30 of 40 have baeu discovered in are to time in Cyeruif that the theory which led to the prohibition of the American bog has received a set back by facts which ctnmotba denied Gonimer cial circles araanxious as to tho fata of the bill recently introduced in the United States Sanate giving the President the retaliate against countries Evening Song Quotations by Stella Dhnham theAutocrat jOOtCA fc Vjf Ballad of tlio Oyster man r iv Kittle Elliott Lawlor Qoinlah 1 qautiitiona by Jfiddlo X Boiiyhton rTO the Autdcral ader J William up Taking Boarders laabeV Maxwell SoldKraChorus f romJaust School Quotation by Senior Roll Call MarrietE Bates The One Hoss Shay JulU A Tifft Pra1 THE CUSTOM OF OLD Attempted a Great Grand r spa of Adrniral Nelson has beftn produced in society by a uiost daring at tempt by brigands to captnre he great grandson of Admiral Kelson The young gentleman is nbn Victor ISTeison BooJ son of Hlie 1ireseut and third Irish Baron Brid poirt was the husband of Ladv Chariotte drughter Admiral Nelson His father ts equerry to the queen and Data of Btouta in Sicily Tb fauuiy estate the estate contaimus the GritiHo in Sicily which by thpi King Sicily to the achuisaj graiitnds for the lor a of of bini a jhrisonerandjfiSld W made an wlenlhe had plotted fete for a high raif aoon uhi nifeief in defense of hfe Tha arqnud person acd prov longed Wnrchxresulted in tha defeat but only aftftrinany bl them wew 4isfihktl bv wonuds from further nghtiug of ririganl wera taken prisoners and turneJ over to the caslody of iha atJthorUie vfhila handling a pistol in his pres ence Business men in varioba cities tbe Texas Pdciiie hiiveadopted resolutions con demning thb inethods eaipioved by ihe strikers The farm and Sabina counties Mohave mads a successtul Rtrike for from and board per mouth to and board A successful exhibition of Edieoaa ays tsai of telegraphy by induction was given on a Chicago Milwankea St Paul train vas terday between Ciiicagoand Milwaukee Dnbois dispatch The opsratora of tha fourth diV rict failed to inset the miners yes terday to arbitrate and today orer 4000 tuinersw HI go on a stnie in consequence Chicago detectives have discovered that Humphreys find Texas the two men snspecf ed of complicity iu tna Hock Island murder and robbery are innocent Everything is mysterious as ever Police Inspector Byrnes of New York says all the aldermen of 1384 but Republican nud one implicat ed iu the Broadway enrfaci road steal and that in due time they will b brought to justice The parade of nnemploved Saolalisls at Liege tfelginrn yestenlay redulted in a riot J Many shops were wrecked and cafes sacked After a severe witb the gendarmes during which sevcral rioferiweni wonniFed the mob were driven awav The superinteuaanLs of all roAtls with in the territory of tha Central Traffio AsI sociatioc fearing asrions labor tronbtea on yesterday met iu Ciucinuati and an organization to protect thoui selves against tho Wl EicUprstaph aing of the First Part of the High bohocl Journal also an Autograph Let ter from Oliver Wendell Holmes t EmruaF ArchboldEditor MnsicUnion and Liuerty Words bv O W Selected Chorua Second of the High School Journal Th Tiona Accident Special Dispatch to the HeraU March John Mangel and Qscar Winger two of the men who were burned by tha eiplosion of the here are in a very precaridas dition and it w feared that neither of them will survive their iniuries Both were ent ployed or Oscar Winger ie a nephew of vTinger the contractor tor PJatt conteadecl thfit as it was trot Iatter acd Wark who cwns a quarter The House cammitUaa on sleetions today decided the HtirdKonieis Ohio contested aleition casein favor of rue sitting member Mr liomeis Brigadier Qeneral Howard was today j noniiialecl as a mainr general in the urmy vice General Poperetired The Senate today passed the bi1 tha President to appoint Lieut W p JJinaall Ui S N a lieutenant commander and to place him on ths retired list with such rank The clerk started to read a communication from ths secretary of the treasury bnt stiddeniv stopped and hsnded it to the chair Sena Hoods Sarsaparilla the winter I was attackedAvith bcrofula in one ol thejuiotst aggravatiugJorms Atone tiuiq 1 had no less than thirteen abscesses over and around rujr neck continually exuding an offensive mass of bloody matter disustiu to behoM almost intolerable toendure impossible to rully describe1 my sufferings astliecase was complicated with Chronic Catarrh After three years of misery having been treated by three physicians IWHS worse rlian ever Finally on the recommendation of TV j Huntlej druggist of Lockpprt1 was inducecl to try Hoods SarsaparUla And having taken tAvelye bogles twelve rnonths B 6 KEES prov eaecttve specific indeed As atTcvrrfe e This statement conQnaed by W J HuBt ley druggist o LockportN Y who cjilis the cure ft great victory for Hoods Sarsaparilla Seauforbook giving staVements ofmaiii Hoods HIFa Sold by alL druggists Si v six for M only by C I HOOD CO S IOO3 Doses One Dollar Bay and sail Government Securities on nil Psinfs ill tb 01 IJnited States j And do are low orappetiterising of food heanbiuni diitoucioh of the rtom marted execative the titled to the chair said j coali be expected U would lay over to the eiecmiya session Ths Eacannds resolutions were thentatan up and Senator Sauisbpr spoke in opposi tion to theci Senator CoTquit obtained tha ach bad treat ir low spirits aad general prostration Constipation is a frf conconiitant ofurapPDSia uut sometime u i3 attended with en in thewell are getting along as well will The of years and the experience or maitr ilioiisaudB of every 7of life has no one When the gas and the flames shot np 150 feet into the air The men blindedsuffocating and scorchea on the ground or rolled and staggered floor ana iha Strata adjonrued tijf Monday I Ifti11 PGn3 were rril In f Art era f The day was uneventfnl in the House nothing of importance being j At the evening action a iw peasion bills were passed Tha Rouso coniU5JHea on conimeive will most mtensa and 4 sight was horrible for al1 Struck by About oolpck yesterday morning a remain a dyspeptic who tUve tlaat purelj medicine Interior ilc PtOgers conttimftil his approved the bill to j ilboit in vears increase the peueiousj of wilovvs and dejbistera pendent relatives of deceased soldiera smd Qirdie Advance The Ticers of ths Natlrtaal Iubn Works pnstOvl noJico tbisevann of sofyed not to go to work again nulil a thor ough fcrrfatfflatfdff Afi Agreement ExpecVetf street city xuihee and wfft orescnt t rar forf a ona1mnrr for Miss Taisy Arroll hrw bein at 3 Oily Tenn for complicity in tbe srocsa by Frank Jiniea 5 ion of 8100000 from the OhampJoa Works at j Ohio wore found in her Wm Griffey Wednesday retnrned to Creek from Tcray where be a tenu iu iha peuilentiary His wife raised recognise hiui ind ihit Irhu Ptckett aged 1 7 aol IS ively had visited his wife during his ab called them out of their hiaie aul shot dead OriiTey oscapeJ report favorably RepresentativeDaviss llOT15a farm two miles south of to establish a bureau of public health in the this cty by Fred Anderson and j struct by lightning At tha testimony bej tilQ9 ihera were in the hoiKe fiva peiaona j fore the telephone itivegtigntion eonquiittee j aad ohild years old iTaud j today Tnlibs sister who lives with Ihem ilury TubLs another and also their cousin jonug larty The two young ladies had came on a visit the day beforek aud wcra both sleeping in a bed room iu the corner of the honae The struct s tree standing abont lO feet frona the corner of the honsa and parted oca bolt going down the tree into gronnd aud another going into the house at tho corner This ono entered tho Prune mroaniUe j wljore th two ypung ladies were eichnno Slnlting JLe bedpost al the heart i ct tlje it run down the post slivered the lower eod of it beaktng the castor in pieces Jul i tOre a la Wd ou hs opposite of tho rooai demolishing a blatd and pictnro wall Ann Hiled Iheboioa with smoke troog Anieil of snlpher Prices of Stocks and Bonds on tht New York Msrkets Niw YOSE imrch il at Itfijji4 per cerJ papfr it Money on call easy noxrs LehigliAWilkes ra tbe ChijupJon at j ru u The company book or iVbiS ricabouie j tse Ko I tJnioa Pac Isl3117 landas1 liuw 1 AND TtfErtlAPH STOCKS jIyr paiSo Pfvi 57 I05i AlMn t T H J VLJ kUent 103 10J ifrjj1 And6rsou wasBitting m an aojoining room and received a severe shook ii hef right armandside Rirdie Iubbs was also SAverely sliocked of the family were onlystunned Theyare ail affected in tbo more or but aw Ander Eulcacions for all rr ncwtbnrn and Di Post Editnriaij N J wish our to that formdmuoli beneat rrnni Liver Onr tnvohle aui tlered chrrmu many iu ioAves lit ae Lope rf perfect cum frona anvtliine lint the Regnlator ilrtfe whf tTian all else jfchawa tricu say thw withaav 1 rf ZriUn Co who prcpawit m K WILtEn niiix PKSX P itouKonicrv C MESSRS j H ZFIIIS from aeliiily liearlache of appetite and being thfv Hnltctl from an inactive livtr Simmons Kfgulator was bv a frienri T wan greatly encjjttct in a sbirt time sulwit an almost lemtdy j j DFrJEKFR PREPAUKI JJV J H ZEILIN PRICE CO ELYS CREAM BALM applied will clear ug tb ti OAtrrahst vlrrn t l Crushed to Death Sjecixl Dispatch to the HeraM Pa March Last evening G Jif Sparks aged 14 years and a lad named Flails were engaged in piling wood Uy some means the sticks which ht3d tho pile in position were displaced and ho Inm ber camo tumbling down upon the boys iu jnriupPlaUe severely and crushing tflto Chicago it in tbo more or A ptlixi Mair 5f Jt well as own Id ba cxperttod Mr An i I sou waa absent from hoina at the time Hiu Uiaiulo S Unnj Tnr delivered at j Port Wayno rninis coTtTi Kansas Lake Erie Vv Lako Shore 1 Paul O Paul pW Iicillc 0 v Ua io u FaciS c S Kxtresa L j for l cents Pec week rvieh of Rllatlhat price vonr Within the The Wheat Market No need to borrow a you can get itdelivered atyour door bnabels The project of a statue to and lojver tio Seyraonr agf tatfid inintenor 400Q wr teo tho compktcIy sorc3 of areell Net a A Quick Positive Cnr Qrgsniied onder the geaerat law Securities and Sold a General W B RORERTS JOSEPH SEEP ti Y PICKERDIQ JOIDFRIiTlfl A p BENXErp B E E o EJEEKSON LOCAL TIMETABLES BFPPALO NEW YORK J J SiiTa tija JAulxtOv vr rt i r j and ieavxas tJorrr No 42 will leave Union Citv 6 a No 43 A partirlc is applied toictoaich is agreeable to use is agreeae o use Price 50 oeiita bv raail or at SoYJdf for cfrihli f ELY BlIOTK EBS DrnnstH N y Are perfectly Snfie atod always   

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