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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - April 20, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                Part First Pages 1 to 8 167 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH StOSTDAI7 MORSTEsTG APKIL 20 1890 i v PRICE FIVE CTESTTS QUITE THE USUAL THINS Mormon Abuse of Salt lakes Friends in Washington WEST AND THOMAS USED TO IT The Proniotors of Salt Ijfilces In terests Villiflcd by tlio Morrnon n l mn Kftal That Wai i Strocfc JH In the Soup and Silver Marches on to Victory SALT LXKK BUIIKATT r7 Four Loon th Street D April10 1800 Tt Is fortunate for Halt Lake that It Is able to secure tho services of competent volun teers to look after Its material Hoods nil tho help It can suciuo Gov ernors Thomas and West havo now been a little over two weeks In this city During that time they havo boon untiringly devot ing to urging upon Congress Co mm it too Department tho noees Hlty for to Mio crying wants of our community They have ro fused If take any hand in matters appointments and have iiad no parr or parcel in framing or advocating any proposed general legislation looking to restrictions on tho church and havo hold aloof from consultation or advice upon tho disfranchising hill which Is now so so riously agitating Hologato Ciiino which was drafted anfl prcsnritod before dither of these ofTlclalH arrived In Washington It riot in ho expected however thai they would escape the criti cism of envy and tho dotraetion of the church organs of Utah whose only Idea of tho duties of a Territorial Dolegato HOtuiis to ho that of a protector of polygamy undashlold against the advance of civlil Tiiw assaults of tho Salt Lalcc or gansof tho hierarchy upon those two olti of Sail Luke who have earnestly worked lo repair tho negligence of others as respects Salt Lakes material inlornsts uro not surprising but none tho loss unjust and ungrateful Tho attention of Governor Thomas and oxGovornor Weal having bonn nailed today to tho statementspublished Jn tho JYVww and j IHraUL respecting their attlMido towards tho j Oullom bill they replied that it was no now thing for theso papers to niisroprosont their actions and motives and said that this had boon fcho uniform course of those shoots with respect to all public men opposed to their principles and Both gentlemen while oxnwUng and intending to give fur ther attention to tho matters which ooca fiiftriod tiholr vijtH to Washington reserve tho rlghl which every citizen has of In dependently on any proposed legislation WINHOMM HEAD ATTITUOK Secretary Wlndorn having boon slapped In tho face by tho HouHoon his proposed sliver legislation has at hist out boldly from bohliul his mask and Informs tho press that ho shall foci It his duty to oppose any rneasuro which gives tho holder of silver certificates tho op tion on the in which they shall be redeemed Mr Windom Is disgusted at tho evident Intention of Congress to re habilitate bllvor and sees tho shadow of free coinage on tho wall of Capitol lie that Wall street for tho first tune In years Is holow par us an influence on legislation and that tho Wovst holds tlio reins of control lie professed today groat alarm at the out look and Insisted that tho Governments credit would ho wmnucod by any material divergence from his original plan friends of silver uio confi tlont of success and havo no fears for tho outcome Petition after petition from tlio West praying for tho freo and unlimited coinage of silver are pouring Into Congress und tho flood of entreaty is breaking down jilloobstaoles OPINIONS ON MCAWAS CAS15 April 11S Francisco Chronide Series Tho opinion among naval ofHoovs Is that the MoCivlhi courtnuirUal will result In a vcr diot of guilty and a suspension from duty a year or two An acquittal on tho charges Is regarded as next to Impossible in of tho fact that they woro made on tho basis of tho findings of a court of Inquiry process that generally moans rough sail ing for tho jiccused o Ulcer Tho particu larity ftud volume of the specifications iudi onto that tho fact of Captain MeCallas violation of the letter of tho law will bo clearly shown It makes it plain that tho lino of dofonso adopted will bo that the crow was insubordinate and mutinous thus rendering unusual measures necessary Tills will bo to a large extent a matter rest ing with tho Judgment of the court but It Is thought that tiio chances aro strongly against an exoneration on such grounds Tho importance of trial in tho mind of the Secretary of tho Navy is shown by tho detail of an assistant judgeadvocate n the person of Lieutenant William TT Stan ton who is regarded us one of tho ablest lawyers in tho Navy It is not customary to huvo two Judgeadvocates out it has boon done In trials of groat moment atloot ing tho discipline of tho service A OR ANT STATUE WASHINGTON iMiinderson introduced two woro referred to the Library Com mittee for tho purchase of tho Matthews portrait of Abraham Lincoln and to accept liance of Nebraska opposing thiv Windom hill or similar measuresopposing any bill for bonds as a basis for bank notes and ask ing for tho free coinage of silver on an equal ity with gold supplcmantOsv with United States legal notes until tho currency shall reach 550 per capita CONtfiJlMATIONS 13 M McCalley Receiver of Public Moneys Walla Walla Wash Taylor Santa Paula II Mossman Chehalls S W Ingraham Contralla P Larson U B Bearing Snohonish Evanstoa R Butler Laramip TllK WEATITKIt JiUTjIiKriN The woathor crop bulletin by the Slgntil Service says The weather during tho past has boon especially favorable for farm work throughout tho Northwest whore the sowing of small giain Is substan tially completed as far north as southern Tuirniesota and southern Dakota Crops aro Improved by tho favorable weather in Kansas Missouri and Iowa Wheat oats and grain aro reported in good condition but rnoro rain Is needed from the Missouri Valley northward over Minnesota In Michigan Illinois Indiana Kentucky and Tonnosseo tho growing crops are greatly improved Reports from Oregon indicate that the season is late although favorable for fall wheat wcsithor occurred 1 rtthis section during the week BALFOURS FOOLISH BILL It Proposes to Sell to Tenants Their Own Property A MOST PERNICIOUS MEASURE 2a strong breeze was blowing from the iwest another experiment was por himself when jumping in to thewater and is carried to shore Some tinip ago a man was experimented with amwith the best re sults On Monday 10th while southwest formed in tho presence of some captains of tho mercantile This time however a bag tilled with straw and sand and having Che n man was pat in tho bolt AVithiri live minutes this object was carried pier of the new harbor at to the distance of 200 meters The kite held the dummy very well I above water 88HTESTS ON THE Stanley Is Snubbed in France and Dined by the King of English Debate on Other ForeignNews A Break at Shreveport April from various points along the river show no terial change except near Slircvcport the levee broke lust night and several plan tations wero slightly flooded THE CONFERENCE ADJOURNS TflJK LABORS OF THE CANS CONCLUDED Tho Do legates Aro Folicitatorl by tho 3roHulont iiixl Bluine Jind Will Muko a South cm Tour WASHINGTON April noon today the PanAmerican Conference adjourned stnc die After tlie transaction of some routine business arid tho adoption of reso lutions pledging the sympathetic association of the members of tho conference with tho fjiwdrocontftnnlal celebration of tho dis covery of and expressing their gratitude for hospitality a motion to ad journ sfm die was mado and put to a vote EUaine rising to announce the result suid 1 withhold for a moment film word of linal adjournment in order that I may express to you the profound sat isfaction tho Government of thu United States regards tho work accom plished by tho Tntoruatlonal Tho oxtont and value of all that has been worthily achieved by your conference cannot be measured today Wo stand too near It Time will clolljio and heighten tho ostlina tnation of your work Experience will con firm out1 faith and tho final result will bo your iiriumph In this closing hour of tho eonferonca wo should call tho worlds atten tion to tho conHdeiit solemn tlodjtyvLioh ol two to peace and to prosperity which has peace for Its up Magna OhaitoAvhldi abolishes war and substitutes arbitration between the tho International Tho delivery of tho address was charac terised by Blalnos customary deliberate emphasis and also the oviclonoo of loop feeling on his part Tho members of tho conference then took carriages to the execu tive mansion to pay their parting respects to tho President were ro ooivod by tlio President in tho East Room shortly aftor noon Tho President spoke as follows I IIml In this parting call of the dole gates to tho OoutoroncO of Amorlcnn States both pain ami pleasure I participate in the regret which tlio dplogates from the United States fool who aro to part with those from tho other countries Itakopleasure In tho knowledge of tho fact that your labors havo been brought to a happy conclusion ire mark with pleasure a proposition which will ho productive of peace among the American States represented In this coa forciieo It will bo without excuse If one of them shall lift a hostile hand against tho other Wo gave you tho other duy a review of a small clotaehmoiit of tho American army not to show wo havo an army but that wo havo none that our securities aro lodged with our people and that thoy are safe Tn conclusion I line much to approve In tho friendly purposes of the conference toward this and 1 will bid each of you a heartfelt Ap The delegates to the PanAmerican Con feroiuo left Washington at 11 oclock to night for their trip through the Southern Statost which will occupy three weeks As oti their North and West tour last fall tho tour is tendered by the United States Gov mivnQut through tho Secretary of Stato and the party will travel in a train of Pull man coaches under tho personally con ducted tourist system of tho Pennsylvania liallroad Company CONGBESS1ONAL PROCEEDINGS from the G A Ii a statue of U S Grant anl pedestal to bo placed in tho statuary 4hall In tho Capitol In connection with this resolution was a communication from a committee of tho G A sotting forth that it was a National movement among the G A K men who by private voluntary had raised for tho purpose stated that the Commttteo on rublto Buildings and Grounds this morn Ing ordered a report of tho bill for an equestrian statuo of General Grant in the city of Washington PACIFIC MINEKAT4 LANDS WASHINGTON April G Mer rill secretary of tho Montana As sociatlon addressed tho House Committee on Minos and Mining In favor oE tho bill authorizing the examination and classifica tion wjth special reference to tho mineral character of all tho public lands in Montana arid Idaho within fifty each sldo of Uho mfliin the Northern Pacific and to cancel all claims made by that company to mineral lands within those limits 1 THE yARMEKS JTKEH COINAGE Senators Manderson and paddock today presented petitions fromtho Al The Grant Monument Bill A Court of Claims Discussion WASHINGTON April VicePresi dent laid before tha Senate a letter from Dial no with a note from tho British Minis ter asking If this government is inclined to pass a law prohibiting tho sale of liquor by citizens to tho Canadian Indians A report from tho Commissioner of Indian Allalrs was also enclosed favor ing such legislation and making it applic able sales of liquor to all Indians in the United States or Canada The Sonato bill to dispose of certain lots now hold ou Fort Dalles Military Reserva tion and improvements thpreon was passed Tho Senate bill to pay Mrs Cameron 000 for property taken by tho army at Chattanooga during the war created a lengthy discussion which turned on the Cpnyt of Claims Harris gave notice that If the decrees of that court are not provided for ho would bring in a bill forits abolition Spoonor criticised tho Influences that pre vailed in tho Court of Claims and suggested 1 hat cases there did not receive proper scrutiny and care Tho bill wont over Tho Senate bill appropriating for an equestrian statue of General Grant in Washington was passed Adjourned House WASHINGTON April the Speaker had laid before tho House various public building bills public business was suspended and the House proceeded to pay the memory of Samuol S Cox of Now York bunimlngs of Now York addressed the House Holman IndV Mills Buttorworth and others also spoke and tho House thon adjourned Two Children Burned of a Young was burned and two little children of Youngs burned to death horribly burned In rescuingtho i A Fire ot St Elmo iDENVpR April 19 conflagration destroyed the groaterjportion town of LONDON April Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle an in terview today with a representative of tho United Press an Intimate friendof Charles Stewart Parnell give that gentlemans rea sons for opposing Balfours Land Purchase bill Me said that Punieli considered it a bad bill from almost every point of view Not only bad but to a laige extent ridic ulous considering matter from the point of view of the Irish tenant It may bo said at once that the proposal is one to rob the tenant who la to buy the landlords propeiliyand his own hold ings This object is attained In the Jirsb place by taking in account in calculating the amount of purchase money which ought to be advanced in each case the whole value of tho That Is to say tho tonants interest as well as that pf the landlord and the rank injustice of the provision will readily bo scon when It is remembered that by the every royal commission that has ever inquired into the question but even of tlio ministers them selves tlio Interest of tho tenant now In many cases exceeds that of tho landlord himself A second dovrlce for attaining tho object in view a confiscation of the tonants Improvements and enlarging the landlords Interest is that of taking no account of tho fact that rontf continue to be assessed and so long as the tienly clause remains un nmended will continue to be assessed on the tenants improvements No device that could be In vented would havo availed to givo a fictitious value to Msh landlord property With tho Healy clause uii amendcd and the landcourts continuing to assess rent on the tenants improvements It was easy to propose a measure that would have benefited unduly tho Irish landlord without scorning at first least to o u trage ti i o nri n cJ pics o f j a s ti oo I f th ore wore nothing else than this attempt flate the tho landlords interests at tho expense of of the tonaiits to stimulate the Irish party to oppose the bill cause enough would bo found to bring about that result If money is to to Ireland for the purpose of the Irish landlords and If the British taxpayer is to bo safe the only real guarantee is that of an Irish Par liament governing theIrish people with their consent and then we come by still an other road to the conclusion that Gladstones schemeof is the only one that gives safety to Great Britain as peace to Ireland y ADBBATK LONDOJI i April During the clebato iutho Commons last night on the motion ofSariiuel Smith in fa vor of a conference on bimetalism which was finally Tojectedby tho House Sir Wil liam Vernon Harcoiirtannounced that Glad stone did not approve of the motion bo adhered to the prin ciple of thought it would bo folly for tho Government to goin advance of the commercial opinion of the and try to force upon the nation a currency In which commercial mendid not thoroughly Goschon Chancellor of tho Exchequer said that he was inclined in favor of bi metalism providedall countries would per manently nmiutaiu itunder inter national I agreement GHAT HE WAS SNUB BED April left for Brussels this niorning Prior to his departure he said that ho did trouble himself about tho churlish articles m tho French press nor the hostility shown Ibim bymembers of the French Geographical1Society He was glad boon spared a reception in Paris as ho would receive plenty of thorn else where STANLEY AT BRUSSELS April reached this city this afternoon A grout crowd gathered at tho station and gavehim an ovation The city is decorated in honor of Stanley Tho flags of Belgium the United States aud Congo Free State used A de tachment ol tho civicguard and a body of troops were drawn up at tho station as a guard of Stanley appeared the troops presented arras band played Belgian and American national anthems Stanley entered a court carriageand was driven to the royal Stanley is accompanied by his Secretary Wilson and Lieutenants Park Nelson and Jephson Tonight tho dining with the King at the CARNOT KING HUMBERT TOULON April Carnot to day gave audience k Admiral com jnaucling the scjuadrou sent by Italy to do honor to tho President of France The miral presented with a letter from King parnot suitably acknowl edged the AN uVpOllTUGALS Halstead Goes to BrCjoklyn NEW YojtK April 19 The Brooklyn StandardUnion today announces that Murat Halstead will assume agement of that paper Monday In terview Halstead said that this step did not indicate a severance of his connection with the CommercialGazette He would continue to be editorial correspondent but the paper would become loss of a oneman power Richard Smith would be the responsible editor while Malstcad would be re sponsible for the articles bearinghis initials The Pacific Short lane SAW FiJAXcrsco April official of the Pacific Short Line i railroad enterprise which has occasioned considerable interest hero states that the line will be completed to Wyoming by to Ogden in two years He also intimates that the com pany maintains an independent position and will thereby secure share of tho proceeds of through business traffic privileges to the highest bidder A DEMOCRATIC ATTACK Opening Day Brotherhood and League Clubs THE PLAYERS DRAW GREAT CROWDS NewoYork Laid Out by the Quaker City A Pudding 1or Buffalo Scores of the Races The Administration Charged With a Job in the Seal INDIANAPOLIS April Dis Francisco Sentinel Democratic will print tomorrow three columns of a labored attempt to show crooked work in the letting ofthe Alaskan sealing con tract recently The article is very partisan hi begins with an in sinuation that the President Influenced by Steve ELkins to appoint Mr Windom Secretary of re ception of bids fi ling pf briefs over at great length and the assertion made that somebody got put of the lease There is a that a Cabinet in the An alleged transcript of a have been made byone ofthe unsuccessful bidders is this alleged brief Mr Liebes oC SanFrancisco is charged with having1 boon for several yearns engaged or the un lawful killing of seals iuAlaskan waters The Sentinel asserts thatthose charges were never investigated Treasury Department f CHICAGO April season the Players League and the National League baseball clubs opened today Tho scores of the various games aro appended The Brotherhoodand League clubs were in eom1 petition at three points and if the rating of attendance at the games may be taken as an indication the majority of public patron age seems to bo with the Brotherhood At 7000 people attended th Brotherhood game and were enthusiastic ii their applause on the appearance of tho old players At the League game 1000 peopl were present and witnessed a close and in terosting At Boston 0500people attended th Players League game aud 4000 the Nationa League At New York both teams paraded th streets with bands before the contests and much enthusiasm was displayed The Brotherhood had the best of the attendance again people going to theh1 grounds as against 5000 at those of the League A GREAT AT PITTSBURG April was a grea day for the baseball enthusiasts Previous to going to their respective parks boti leagues paraded the streets headed bj brass bands A persons witnessed the opening game between the Alleghanyt and Clevolancls of the National League Thegamewas close and interesting jthe home team winning by bunching their liits aided by Beatins wildness Mile and a won Eon second My Fellow third Time won Supervisor secoud Top Sawyer third Time 3 THE MEMPHIS HACKS MEMPHIS April delightful track fair Twoyearold maiden five Cooper won Caluwell second Bonnie Bird third Time Threequarters of a mile Coete won SkobelolV second Bertha third Time Second Jack Cocks won Bertha second Birthday third Time Threeyearolds milo uid a Barney won Yirge dOr second Jess Arm strong third Time won March Ho second Raaz third Time Threequarters of won Winner Annie third Time Handicap hurdle milo nnd nn Cataline won Winslow second Elphin third Time fell at the last furlong and rolled over Jockey Level injuring him badly THE CALIFORNIAHACKS SAX FRANCISCO April was the j last day of the Pacific Coast Blood Horse Associations spring meeting Elevensixteenths of a won Rinfox second Arcadethird Time Threequarters of a Mead won Tom Daly second Kildurethird Tiaie won Colona second Time IGHT HOURS FOR A DAY The Great labor Struggle That Is About to Begin POSITION OF THE LABOR FEDERATION Tho Hosts of Toilers Being Mar shaled for the Million Organised Men Will The Pope on ALGER AT Mrs Logau Escorted toy Girl Big CrasYENNE April to TKIB Kussell Alger and rMrs John A Logan and party all Thoirvjsit wastlie big demonstration by tho citizens troops from Fort Russell ancV the was escort Company K the celebrated being fifty society young who are drilled better than regulars maiioouvered in front of the State ladies They house twenty minutes before joining the parade idelightlng their charge and General vAlger AB At O TVeck WHEELING W Va April burg and Cincinnati express oh theBalti more Ohio road collided with a freight train near tonight Both trains were badly wrecked One engineer was killedand a number of passengers wounded names or details were not obtainable Smuggled Cigars Seized April from Key West says the customs inspectors seized in Smiths saloon therotoday valued It is said that Smith took them from the United States ship labeled Whipple auaster V A Confederate Keunion CHATTANOOGA April order of Governor Gordon oi Georgia igenoral commander of the United Con federate Veterans there will be held in Chattanooga a general ex Conferates on July 3rd 4th and 5th next Negroes for Oklahoma TOPEKA F of this city who has been In Ala bama for the past two weeks Interest of the Association writes that colored people will come from Alabama before July 1st to settle in Okla LISBON April The Cortes was opened today by Referring the Portugal and England concerning territoryin southeast Africa tho King that the negotiations now ponding promised to result in a settlement honorable toboth countries A STIRRINGSCJENE A Theater Audience Sings Marching Through Georgia For Shermau NEW April unusually stir ring scene marked the close Of the runof Shenandoah at the Twentythird Street Theater tonightl The house was elabor atoly decorated and Generals Sherman and Schofield occupied boxes At the third a small regiment volunteers from Navy Yard and local band and members of the company oil thostage and all formed one chorus Dinging Through Therefrain was taken up audience General Sherman kept At the end of the song was called upon for a IIe responded briefly greeted tremendous enthusiasm V A LIFESAVING KITE St today sured for about half in A Device Tor Carrying NEW Franc isco Series cable a Sluit a sort of to serye as a means of comniunioatioitii with of shipwreck and stietched out on a cquple of laths is held by a strong At some fathoms distant Icite is a loop to which a belt is attached and a man places j Two ExGovernors Die April jjwilliani Warner Hopper today aged 82 He was in a graduate of and practiced law before held LOCK HAVEN April James Pollock died this evening i Forest in PLAINFTELD April 19 Forest fires have been doing great near here iand many farmhouses are 1 Nearly 3000 burned the fire is to burn put r i A Severe Earthquake i VicxoHiA B April Steamersfroni inorthernpartsbringnews of a severe1 earth quake on Queen Charlotte Island Several of Skedgatewere1 shaken down and depp fissures made In the i v SCO UK I 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 I 0 0 0 Base 7 Cleveland 7 Cleveland 2 Daniel and Miller Cleveland JJoatin and Zimmer rThe attendance atthe opening game of tho Players League was certainly encour aging to the members of that organization there being fully present The game was too1 much onesided to ba interesting Chicago took tho leadat the and at the end of the third inniug had the game virtually won SCOKE 0 0 0J 1 1 0 2 1 1 0 1 U 6 Chicago 10 7 Chicago 5 King and aurj Dunning CHICAGO NATIONALS wm assem thisafternoon to witness the opening game between the local club and Chlcagos in the National League series The Ohicagos outplayed Cincinnati won by a fortunate bunching and their oppo nents SCORE 0 2 0 04 0300000 Base Chicago G 4 2 nud Kcjeimn Hutchiuson and Ki toedge BOSTONOPBNING BOSTON April opening game bc Boston and Brooklyn in the National was witnessed by nearly 1000 spectators Clarkson steadied down after tho third inning and the Brooklyns were unable to score any more runs The Bostons won easily SCOKE 8 4 0 1 0 2 1 5 0 9 15 Brooklyn 11 15 Brooklyn 19 and and Daly ynE PJOAYKHS GOOD GAME The opening gamein the Brotherhood series was played between Boston and Brooklyn and was characterized by fine pitching and fielding Brooklyn was un able to hit the ball at critical times The attendance was 9500 SCOJVE 0 0 0 000 Brooklyn 0 0 0 0 Base 3 10 Brooklyn 3 and Keely Van and and Barnes A PUDDING FOR BUFFALO BUFFALO April mark for Buffalo the opening Brotherhood gamechero today seventeen hits being made oft his delivery visitors could do little with Mile and a sixteenth owners Baggage won Carmen second Phiny third Time Mile and tiveeishths Ocean Ed McGinnis won Hotspur second Time EVERYTHING BREAKABLE WAS IN THE Tho Report of an Export Engineer Who Examined tho Defective Plat form tlio Accident April San Francisco Chronicle naval men and practical engineers have never yet been satisfied as to what caused the collapse of the engines of tho City of Tho explanation offered by tho company is to men familiar the working of ships Some days ago a practical engineer who saw the Paris a few hours after she was drydocked said Tho world may depend upon it that Uie reasons already given for tho accident to the engines are not the true ones The facts are the machinery utterly collapsed The castiron platform for the engines gave way altogether and everything went to pieces The engine defective in con its sustaining power being much weakened by the arrangement of pipes un derneath The Engineer published today contains an illustrated article by an expert who was permitted to inspect the vessel which bears out this view Thewriter amined the engineroom carefully before Theresult of the examination was to show th at every thing that broken had been broken What be broken twistcdor distorted Nothing so complete in the way of a breakdown has before been seen Tho a great shell might work such lavoc in an Descending to the crank platform crawling under and clhnb ngover the fragments we find some curious The top cover seemsto bo the bottom of everything The frames iavo apparently disappeared The coiinect ng rod is still coupled to tho crankpin the ig end intact hut the rod about fourteen ncbes in diameter middle is bent The piston arc still oupled to tho connecting rod and lie folded jack along the tailrod which is bent like a jitof wire The ruin isnot confined to The great screw shaft twentyone nches in diameter and over one hundred eet long has been ripped up out of its searings from of the screw tunnel o the other and dropped buck again The lalfinch has been bent and The smashing YORK April Dispatch Francisco Chronicle streets says Within less than a fortnight tho American Federation of Labor a body claiming aboui members promise to begin campaign to secure a reduc tion of the number of hours of labor which shall constitute a days labor to eight It is of interestto know anthoritirely just what the Federation wants and bow they propose to go to work TO secure it Manufacturer contractors merchants and others will therefore lind the follow ing official letter coveringtho points which they aro likely to want to know about at an early day ThePresident of the American Federation of Labor writes to as follows Sufficient notice having been givou to all con tractors and other pftrUo Interested that on and nfter 1st of May IS90 the wageworkers affiliated with the American Federation of Labor would adopt nn eighthour day as tho limit of a days work it is now duty of the oxiicuiivo officers to secure the nsired result with the outlay of timo and money Thohistory of tho industrial development of this country shows that the eighthour day cannotbo much longer doforrrsd The campaign is on the hosts hrtvrt boon marshaled ind ammuni tion has been and is being provided public sympathy and sentimenl has been aroused and the grand army of labor is ready forbattle Tho Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners who have been selected aro full of enthu siasm of past victories Recruits aro joining their ranks by hundreds and thousands ana places that were unorganizedare rapidly coming under the shield of that organization The men in shops and factories and in all branches of labor will contribute to the success of the move ment Nearly a million of organized men and millions of others in sympathy are centering upon one given hours The in stincts of the people aro with us and many emi nent thinkers sustain us In fact the battle linos have been drawn and if the employers in the cities of the country refuse to adopt tho eighthour carpenters and will receive the support of the Federation to the fullest extent of its funds and the other trades will open their treasuries to sustain them The nonunion men cannot be relied on by the because union men of other trades will not work on jobs which scabs are em ployed The nonunion men not in sympathy will bo held back Not by physical force but by the overwhelming influence of the union senti ment f the buildings are paralyzed because of tho demands of the wageworkers the employer be responsible The man has his labor 0 the right to fixthe amount he will sell uid the price for which he will sell it and having his right he can select his agent to make terms for him Every reduction in the number of hours that should constitute work suit of the most persistent agitation and without exception resisted with same argimientsUiat are ndvnnced today rigainst the eigijthour day fen are stimulated to ac ivity more from hope and cheer than from do spair and fenr For employers to involve the in dustrial enterprises of tho year by stubbornre istance would bo most stupid folly Starving men of one class into submission to men of an nher class would result in of est Tho American Federation of Labor voices tho ill of an intelligent organized constituency and intil the ejcrluhour day is trained ques ion will divide or distract its attention from tho nain issue Signed SAMUEL GOMPBKS President oj zha merican Federation of Labor 7 editorial Asthe first f May approaches the industrial situatioix ends to become more aind more troubled this uneasiness is not local is amply hown by the number and character of the isturbances reported in Europe as intho Jnited States there is a discernible general jndeucy on the part of industrial employees 0 secure a readjustment of conditions of he hours of labor and of the compensation here for So far this month there have been nous rush of water into the engineroom he condenser lies low in the ship considcr bly under the water lirie AN UNWILLINGBRIDE 40 4150 1 OOO 0 IO 1 Buffalo 17 Cleveland 1 2 Cleveland 7 Batteries Haddock and Mack Jones and Knight TH2 XEW VOKK NEW Nearly per sons witnessed the opening game between the New York and Philadelphia clubs of Players and the reception the play ers received was a royal one Yor 34 New Orleans 62V Chicago 36 y i I The of Lexington j Aprii 115th anniversary of the battleof was 1 celebrated t S ill lites were arid New 1 0 5 0U 0 0 0 1 0 0 Base York 15 Philadelphia 15 York and BwiugBuftington and Jlolbert ANOTHER QUAKER WINNING League gamewith Which the opehed here was teams of New York and at the the Quaker city came dut About 5000 people witnessed the vriukled liicc a bit of paper f the condenser was followed by an enor scventysix strikes reported involving Di2 strikers and rendered idlo in con STRIKING JTCORIDA PENSACOLA Apjii strike in Baldwin eonntyof log men against tho Sputbern and Timber Company of to assume greater proportions The Florida executive board of the Knights of Labor has ordered a general strike against the com pany in this city they grant the demands of the striking logmen The bosses declare they shut down the mills for a year ratherthan grant the demands PORK PACKERS STMKK BOSTON April strike for an ad vance of wages was at John Squire big porkpacking establish ment in East Cambridge this morning Be tween seven and eight hundred areVout arid the factory is practically r THE POPK ON LONDON April The London prints a report of an the Pope In discussing hJsHoliness dwelt upon the im proving themcral condition bo tila orwork men and employers lie said he intended to forma committee in evary diocese in the world whoso duty it would be to call the Lady Forced to Marry a Comparative Stranger NEW April Dispatch Francisco Chronicle oote a widower 28 years of age n front of the Sterljrig House on Tuesday fternoon and ringing the bell asked for he 21yearold daughter of the proprietor liss Minnie Foote was slightly ac uainted with the young after ome conversation her to take a bort She accepted but nstead of taking to the park Foote drove out into the where be made to her aproposal pf Thegirl re fused and attempted to lump from the car Foote hcldher in the seat while he drove his horse at abreakneck speed At the same time be threatened to kill her if she made anyattempt to leave the car riage He drove straight to Key house in Hamden and then agah threat ened tokill the girl if she did not marry him Reluctantiyshe left the carriage und entered thev clergymans home whore she was married Miss Hubbel a i daughter of the clergyman was oneofthe Footebrought i his bride back to this city and left hur ar j her home Mount Carruel j where he is employed in a i toilers together on every fast rest day and discuss their duties aud i them and inspire with true morality Sound Jules of said the Pope must The pro noses to form are to consist blworkmen or those a to be at of i each com 0 bp OV 0 P 02 0 0 at thej Apainst Huhtingtpn the Supreme Cour TEL u pth ers arev the controlof the road Into of a Southein Pacific syndicate bj assc the old stock S73 per share tlip tl native of letting the Southern Pacific the new t v r iatterics 00 Busie 7 Gleason and Base New York 2 Philadelphia A Verdict for Colonel Dugas MONTREAL April Dispatch Chronidc Lieu tenantCQloriel commander of the famous Sixtyfifth FrenchCanadian Regi by English press during the Kiel rebellion wrih theft and other verdict of Jrom Jlpiitfl a newspaper to day for ridiculing his front with The Court held had proved that physically unfit for continuing in active that lie had imperiled his health in eagerness to discharge his duties s Syracuse GArES 181 Brooklyn sitADELPHIA 1 per T i Claiidius Mioonstone third v Six won third Time f1 won Judge Morrow third A Steamer Scrikesa NEW ypRK April steamer left for Fall Kiver a frock while avoid an uhkhpwn vessel tacking through the Hell Oateclianne and sbow She re turned at pnce txi dock leaking badly The cpnsider ably tliere is thoushtthatfiiistd it pilot1 declares that reefjfwhich as WooJseys frequently outofippsi tion bef the whefel she went Kef erring to the subject of Eurppean d armament he said military immoral inil atnd crushes grades them Armies of theirwealth withdrawylabiprlitronv the soil overtax tho poor set yfpeppje eacliother and busies They are antiChrIstIani trine of arbitration as ica is the true nien do DptVreaiize truth THE CHICAGO GAEPJESTERS CHICAGO AprillO tipns the carpenters strike was not tonight A was between a committee of aridTofr the new boss President OConnell of strikers w as doubtful as to the number of i in en the new organization sumingj that 2000 to increase the membership p ut j mentfcouid be reached finallyfre solved TO proceed with said that inen the Counctii   

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