Friday, May 2, 1890

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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah CIRCULATION EXCEEDING THAT OP i In tlio City CoiuMnod Ill tlie Mountain 1 NEWS FROM THE CAPITAL SALT CITY UTAH3 TBIDAT MAY 2 1890 PRICE FIVE CEXTS Provisions of tlio Bill for an Eight Hour Day A BILL TO REGULATE ELECTIONS KlectioriH Under State Admitted by tlie StJjuciae in An AcfuieHcent Mood ors In tho shape 1f commissions and for Information rospLcliiig rival ton dcrs Hiding tlum to ljuy out lower bidders and obtaining for them higher prices thai provided fur by contmet Tho publication of the scandal is duett a family quarrel Tho charges are made by McOroovys brother Robert who was u sl krit partner of Larlun Connelly con tractors who constructed Quebec har bor vid Esqnimaltdock in Columbia liobCMt McGrcovy claims that ho himself paid brother for using liis posi tion as a member of Parliament and his in tlnoricu with bit Hector and the govern merit to furnish them with the prices of other bid ders find thus obtain for them the contracts itiif liavc the government pay tliCrn J con pur yard for dredging instead of ii cents promised in their contracts Tho profound sensation has boon al ready created here by the publication of the scandal which cannot avoid being taken of by the Federal Parliament and may contribute largely throw of Sir Johns administration May Dls Han Francisco The Ilotisi Committee on Labor ban taken tin olghtiiour and cokIratod tho 1st of by rupurting to tho HOIIHO tho Conmili bill which introduced day before yesterday It provides that eight tn a days work for ill aboiers workmen and mechanics now em ployed or who may honiafter be employed by ur on behalf of the Government of tho United Suites except in of extra ordinary emergency whioh may ariso In time of war ur where it may be necessary to work moro than eight hours foe thy pro tection of properly or human life but in all sneli cases the laborers so employed and working to exceed eight hours per day shall bo paid on tho basis of eight hours as tn ting a days labor The second sue lion provides that all con tracts that may be hereafter by th Government with any corporation person o persons for the performance of any work o the furnishing of any manorial rnanti wltliin tho States shall b deemed arid considered as1 made on th basis of eight hours eonstilntlng a day work and It shall be unlawful for air corporation person or persons to require o permit any laborer workman or muehanli to work more llian olght hours per calundcv day in doing such work or manufacturing such material except in tho eases and upoi the conditions provided In soolkm I The third provides a penally fo violation of tho law which Is that sucl violation le punished by n line of no less lit iin gfit nor more than or im prisonment for not more than six months or by both llm and Imprisonment In bho discre tion of tliu court Senator Qnuy Interviewed IlTTSiJimn May A Beavor Falls spe cial says Hunator Quay was asked today jis to the truth of tho report that ho was about to resign the chairmanship of the National Kopnbllcan Committee He tluitsomfi months ago he had resign in order to devote more time pri vato but now he would not In any event under tho lire of the enemy I In added that the report was an invention of the enemy and that the Democratic pa pers would not accomplish their design to iorce him out of the committee CHEERING TO STOCKRAISERS SIONAIK COMJM ITT Kill A JJRIGHT May 1 Press ieprosentatlvo Kwart N Introduced li thn House by roiiuest a Congressional oloc It provides that Gorigrosslona elections io hold In tho mammr pro scribed In tho body of bill and mulct direction of tho ritato Legislature Tlic Presidential doctors may bo ohoson at tin same oloctlon Thu Courts uro ro to aipolnt registrars of oloctlon ii each district Kaoh ballot is to bu onelosot Id an envelope marked with a nunibor t correspond Avith the ntirnbor on tho poll list and to ho delivered to one of tho boatdot poll holders AVho shall deposit 1t In tho box At the conclusion of tho election tho poll lint will bo delivered to tho clerk of tho Dis trict Court and tho ballot counted and pro served In tho original envelopes by the board of poll holders It glvos tho police power to arrest without Varrantt or disorderly persons Tho boundaries of tint Congressional districts are to remain o they wure on the Urst Tuesday of November 3SSS notwithstanding any subticquoub act of Legislatures CLKAflrANO IN GOcTlTr Cleveland appoarod boforo the Supremo Court today and on motion of Garland Avati admitted to practice before that body IfAKKlSON SKK TO IT A delegation of prominent citizens of NOAV IMoxlco here to seeuro legislation especially Avith regard to the adjustment of land grants in that Territory nailed on the Pres ident today The President said these land claims should havo been adjusted ago Jt was a dinienlt problem to determine tho best method He had tho matter under nsldoration and Avould do all he could to i sottlornent If necessary ho AVOIIId nd a special mossago to Congress Btaine who Avas upon said 11 was almost inoredlblo that those JNIexIciui land grants had not been adjusted Tho Mexican Government recently called aUoiitlon to the fall it ro to till tlio treaty stipulations ami he had laid tho papers bo foro the President STATKMKNT Following is the public duut slivtcmoiit for tho month eudinu April Principal lutornst Debt OJi whioh in forest si iiiw principsil uiul lUt Dobt bearing no Total Intoiest Total debt less available cash Horns Jsitt cash in less in Treaiuiry May 1 18UO DOK less cash in Treasury April I dubUluriug of debt since Inno iki Total cash iu Treasury as shown by Troasurors gunoval KSTUIATKS In a lottor to dho Speaker of tho House tho Soorotary of tho interior estimates that it Avill require annually to give a sorvico pension to ovory survivor of tho lit to war now on tho rolls annually to incrousc tho pensions of those now on the rolls to SS por month and to pen sion widows of deceased sokliors a total iinual of The Drosnort lYIout ConiMno for ttu CfcKiMit N May report of Vests commlttoo tho hills handed to the Senate today regarding the trans jKirtation and suit of meat products is a very lengthy one Tho corn in 11 loo says that when tho examination of witnesses began in St Louis Hi was evident that conflicting in lluuncos Avoro at work especially in the International Cattle llungo Association and that Industrious efforts AVHCO being to tho nf jiijunoiisly Mm drusstd bucf of Chicngo Thctrt was no rliyurnity of ipinion uniuiig tlio AvitiiwuiJS as tu prices and td tho fact that Uic nf Helling oiitUd Inis btsnn during past Jen yoars Tim ntvolutioii look llm Innn of n concoiitralloti of nuirkut for nt a Icw noiiiLs with tlm at Chicago This coiniiulJo is dun principally the fact fclml a Idw onlorprisiiig men nt Olden go IIHJ able through capituj to and control iho liiisiiioss at that jm1lin driiHStiti and unlining IH jirac tlciilly ifi th hnntls of four at Jlihrngo Armour Swift it Nolson ijorris A and llninmoiid it Co lillwonuo of opinion is as to tho uxis loiust of a combination thnso Inns not to hid against onoh In thn puroliasa of cat do thorn was no hesitation on part of wil IIUSSKS ovoii whoti obviously in favor of tint paivkors in slating that tho central market abnoluloly in tho grasp of throoor four ho uses if thoy choso to it As a result of in iliiuiicc of those hoiiMDS tlic noticed a rnluotanoi un tho purlof btittlo raisers and 150111 inlfisnm inoii to testify to facts or opinions which might prejudicethorn transacUoiis Tlio principal inquiry ooniniittoo Avas to nmko was as to tho exlstotico of by roason of whitsh iHious in benf niid uiul bmui so controlled and af to diminish tho riisos tho producer without lusHiining llio cost to tho con Hinnnrs Tho facts developed the committee Miinks prosont over who lining proof of snoh oom hltiaLiciiiH The quoins a staleniont from Ar iiioiirH tnstliiioiiy that oiittli have increased more rapidly than tho popular diMiituid during llm lastllvo yeavs from wliiuh lw argued that low jiricos woro iarily duo to produc tion This argument tlm cominiltuu is not warranted by the facts and the commiuno has no hesitatlou Iti stating thai a combination exists in Chicago which controls tho market and lists tlie jirUsit of beef ittllo in its own and tho railroad rjompnnies As reinedies the coiiiiiiittoo says that Con gress in hill passed by tho Senate tho of has gone as far as its pcuvnr Stale legislation iniist ment that by to punish combinos oper within Ktato linos and activo intelligent nlllcors must bu found to ynuxrco Lhu Jawson no In conclusion tho committee says If tho rnisors of the nited States are only true o Uie imiiietliaU promises de Iveranoo from the present evils Tlio worst feature of tho oaltio inulu is tho fnct that so many flows and calves are being thrown upon tho market the imliuatinn hilngthal thw ire panio and anxious to now without rrganl the future There wero narkiMtul at Chicago during the past year eaUle of which from twentylive to lilrty per cent cows and four jier The cattle raisers should bo the most joinpttiMit judges as to their own interests but if jlwy wilt aciiopl a from tho committee hoywill cease marketing Until1 breeding and stock and diligently prepare for a argur supply and a brighter future It is only a iteslion of Lime and a very brief time when tho will be that of supplying our own people vilh hoof without regard to foreign BUTLER ON THIS FAKIYIEttS him saying ho wanted her to attend tho funeral When Wendells ihousc Avas reached Tlcinmann stopped at a lonely spot on the road to and com manded his wife to alight tho wagon In the nick of timo twoof the madmans brothers sprang from a clmnp of bushes overpowered him ruid brought him city where ho was locked up Today the man Avas declared insane and committed to the insane asylum at Moriristown A PEACEFUL FIRST OF JAY THIS CASUALTY T112CORD A Steamer Caught Jn the titution in Okllalionui May Beaver Line steamer Lake a largo IHIIU ber ofemigrants urilvelil yesterday from Liverpool On April 17 tin the ship eneoun tored a fiolcl of ico off Capo and for clays without a chance of escape Avas at the mercy of tho she became slightly jainrncd Finally the ice began to shovo under ship she began to careen and was in danger of capsizing A panic ensued among the nt a critical moment the jam ceased and ths steamer was once more in the water She got nipped again on April 2nd and was helped out by another steamer UKSTITUTIOX IN OKLAHOMA WJCIUTA May wo colored men who catno in today from lacolored settle ment in Oklahoma destitution Many residents havy nothling to tide them over until crop time and liherois much sick ness caused by the lack oifcod An appeal is made for aid j TEXAS nUJlldOANE CiiOAK May city was struck by a hurricane this morn ing doing great damage lo property Tho now Kaptist Oliurch and many residences were totally Many other houses were partially wrecked No loss of life is reported The WageWorkers Observe the Day in an Orderly Manner A NUMBER OFSTRIKES INAUGURATED Processions aiid Mass Meetings in Various Cities But No Riotous Con Gompers at Day Throughout Europe r a liner W i th cl raws DRXKOIT May Pis Francisco Chwnicla Hon William J Livingstone Minister Thomas W Palmers righthand man in mat ters political today received the following cablegram from Mr Paris Withdraw my namo I cannot now be u This refers to Msv Ialmbrs cundidiiture fur Governor in election Mr Livingstone explained that Mr Ialmors actioit is duo 1o llvo death of his iiioeo and lust relative Mrs Kuby llam nton to whomho was muoli attached This is the only reason it that can be as signed for Mr PtUmory sudden withdrawal as he wAs on his way homo to take part in the contest MinisterPalmer will however come to Arnoriou CANADIAN BOODLEKS A Political Scandal That May Prove Disastrous to Sir John QCKBEC May rTaiBtwB San Francisco Chronicle Series The most scandal in Canada since tho celebrated Pacific EulJroaii which in 875 caused tho downfall of Sir John A McDonalds goveritmclht is an novtnced today in the shape of boodle charges against thoDqnrinion Department of blic Works presided over by Sir Hector and atcalnst Sir I foctors bosoin friend who is al1 to have melved noarly a quartoribf dollars from government Flo Thinks tho liaiiners Alliance a Political Party BOSTON May 1 At a Butler Club dinner onljjhb General Hutlcr discussed tho farmers Alliance organisation Ue said it lalms to bra but how is it pos ible for the action of a body of men who ciok to inftuencn tho legislation of Congress uul tho Government of the country to bo ionpolitical If It succeeds it will destroy 10 th political parties and become a politlcul arty itself Touching the condition of tho Western armers General Butler said that the farms re passing out of tho ownership of the liters of tho soil and they are becoming imply tenant f armors tho worth of the I land having been wrested from thorn in Jsjiitoof Industry referring to tho fabulous mortgaged debt on farm property Tho speaker closed by saying vAs thu pay ment of tho mortgages is simply impossible the payjnent of tho interest upon them is also impossible because they call for from 7 ti 0 per ceut and nil statistics show that the average profits on farmliifi industries arc botwoon f and f por cent only hardly over 4 These inert jrjigcs never can to paid if for no other reason because they never can be paid if the debtors are over so much disposed to puy DEFJ2NIJS THE He Points Out Its Merits and De clares It a Boon o Iceland LONDON May 1 The debate on the Land Purchase bill was resumed this evening by Kalfour Chief Secretary for Ireland wlio made a lengthy lie said the attacks on tho measure though violent in form wero hesitating in substance Ho criticized Gladstones llarcourts uid ParnoUs objec tions lie provofl that Par noils proposal in1 avor of bringing down rents provided i sulinnic to IKJ distinctly fiuborclintvtecl to tilic iiiin schcmo for usLiiblishing puitsant owners Irish iriurnbors boon riuh in projects for with tho proiKsrty pi In ltd lords bill could M rciilly donJing1 with viliil lillicnltiis of lht districts The Gpvurtimuiit dealt wilh fchedilll of Qongostinn in good faith Their phuis should IHLVC btion mot by opposition in u fair spirit Koffrring to Clminborliims idea that the local iiitlioritius ought bo given rcgiilativo powers ovor contrncts tliw adiniilod iliat it Trelnnd wiis in a normal conclition it would be dosirablo to associate country conn i in tlic grout inwhich the Imperial Pur liainont was engaged Ireland in a nor nal condition The local iiitlioritios in many parts of Irtilaiid worked MS riucli on as tho Irish members did t suited them to balkand misuse tho efforts of ho Government and to abuse its iherality Gould they bedependcd upon to inrry oufc the rogavding the of the He contended hsit the inonsiiro iiVoulod till risks In con ihision hoargued1 thai tho hill had a special Taken as n whole the hill would be i grim t boon to Ireland such as she never could center upon herself and never could get except from tho party now in power fJlear Jf tho opposition would forget the political contest and ask themselves whether they were likely Hilda scheme nmtoriallv they would aid in tlio great work which the with out party purpose had taken in hand SoxLon Nut said the bill was a lancl ord measuiH designed to enable thorn to got rid lof practically unsalable land It was a be tlio country Hear hear I J He warned tho government that the dass of tonnitits pur chasing under tliobill would default payment Kveu without repudiaUon the probable vosnlt would be a general strike the reactions of local authority The Land Purchase bill passed its second reading by JMS to THE ITALIAN HORDES A CONGTllSSSlOXAIi SCKM5JOS DIS INVASION Tlio Immigrants Now lloachinpr America AIM if u They Arc Fleeced A MUKOEI1OUS MADMAN He Tries to Kill Himself ami Most of His Kcliitivcs N May Dis Francisco Chronicle John H it Gorman farmor living on tho outskirts of North PlainfibUl inaclo a assault upon hlswlfo and chll cirun MoucUiy liight In a fit of despondency he trlocl to cuthis own throat with a razor AVhcm his wife attempted to prevent him he soixcd put his arm and bont it back seemingly with the in of decapitating her The womati tho floor iii a swoon and the husband loft lielniTuuuithcri made si clash for oiio of Ills children hut tho mothoij her aftpr a desperate in saving tho morning Keinuiann told h Iswif6 til at Uo was go i ng tdk U n Won Jibrse put an spado in tho wagon unil fcoinpolled the woiriuu to accbnipauy WASIIINOTON joint the llonso and Senate Committees on Immi gration was held today Uoprcsontutive chairman of the House committee which investigated tho subject at New York made a statement Immigration Commission at Castlo Garden ho pronounced a farce and stiidtho immigrants were llnococl by boiirtlhighoiuiO sharpers According to the of iminigration ollicials tho nmlpsirablo eloinoni is increasing Italians arc oomitip in honlos without nioiioy without clothes except what they wear or cniTy in bngs 0won said the in this country send agents to to solicit the na tives of thatcountryto cbmo to Amur agent swindle the cliiirginu them as for a ticket from Naples Now York tho of which is Arriving at Isow York they go to boardinghouses or control led by Italian bankers and a iv tlio nee sent out to labor under contracts madu by tlio pndrones with tho em ployers 1C their pay IfLSn a day the paiirouos take cents besides owns tho shanty ia Wliich live while at work and has amnn in that The Italians it is impossible for Americans togot at them Within tho nnst oight years almost entirely supplanted other in of imskillod labor iu York City Inoho square mile in Now York City tlicro arc people SOOO inpre thanany Ciller square milt on tho earths surfaoe speak a foreign huigungc observe foreign customs and arc surrounded by a Chinese wall over which they never come and over which no American can Th imraigvaUon is ontlie whole The pefcWitnge of Germans and Swedes is dficrcnsinp and of Italiaus and Hiui Rjirinns increasing Lehlbach exprosscd an opinion that the ccn invcl labor its present 40rm was n farce OniCAOO May Day with its demonstration by organized labor in behalf of the eighthour work day has come and gone and the predictions of riot and blood shed and almost universal Strikes have not been realized Labor indeed was in a great ineasuro suspended but those who dropped their toils for the day did not do so for the purpose of taking up sticks and pav ingstones and indulging in riotous demon strations Thousands of them quit work for tho day to march iu the great parade and many more thousands made it a holi day It Avas an orderly goodn attired crowd and an orderly parade Tho marching line was about four miles long occupied two hours in passing a given poiilt and the num ber of men in line was estimated at about thirtylive thonsiind Tho carpenters who have been placed by the American Kedoration in the van of the eighthour movement Jed the demonstration They had about 5000 men including three assembliesof Knightsof Labor They were followed three thou sand stone masons and bricklayers Then came delegations from tho unions of printers metal workers and These were followed by a dozen German Turner societies forming the second division Next marched tho fiuiiiture workers cabi net makers carriage andwagon builders cigar makers cloak makers boilermakers rattan workers and harness makers Many of the trades escorted in their ranks gaudily decorated floats on which were realistic representations of members of their craft pursuing their daily occupations There were brick layers building miniature houses boilor makers pounding with fright ful noise coopers working on huge casks carpenters stonecutters and iwiny similar exhibitions One of tho features of theprocession Avas tho enormous number of banners and mot toes carried Among the many mottoes were tho following Arbitration is Our Down With Eight Hours arid Arbitration is pur Just De Wo Live When Arbitration is CompulsoryStrikes Child Labor Not be on the Bench or in tho the Eight Hours for Eight Hours for Sleep and EightUHdurs to do What We The line of march Avas peo plo Avho cheered the rapt toes After parading tlirough xsomeof ithe principal streets on the West marcheel over to the South Sidf and Front Park Avhorothey listened to ad dresses from several stands Tlio old Mas COLCarpenters5 Association to night refused to Join in an arbitration con Ierence to bo held tomoiroAV The KostauranbWaiters Union has made a demand for shorter hours and a change in the present system of ohsirging ages Jf refused a strike AVill probablyoc cur on Saturday A strike of the miners throughout the northern and middle Illinois fields was de oidocl upon alter midnight tonight The joint conference of minors andoperators split upon tlio question of including day laborers In the scibmo of profltshiiring llhe owners declaring thoro Avas no mar for the laborers An executive session of four hours by the representatives followed the mentof the joint conference an da decision to strike was the result The Indiana miners and operators also to reach stand ing ind a strikeis not improbable NO STRUCK IN YORK May Up to oclock this morning Avore few if any signs of tho inaugaration of an eight hour inovement in this the labor headquarters all At all the1 dOAvhtoAvn buildings Avlibre carpenters are employed all the are Avorking They appear Avaiting for instructions from the Com mittee concerning the action next Monday Avhen the carpenters will inaugurate a struggle Interest centers in the parade and the demonstration at are this evening It is expected that men Avill engage in the former meeting control of the socialists The ijnpending strike among the members of the Framers Union has been avoided The bosses announced this tnonungtbat they AvonId agree to the terms of the men an advance of 25 cents per day and seven firms have already granted their demands It thought the strike will he over by Sat nrday Throughout Western Pennsylvania IIOAV ever a number of strikes are to day At JeanneMe Greensbnrg and Braddock the carpenters and joiners came out for eight hours work or an increase in wages The demands have not been grained and building operations have been practically suspended at these points At McKeesport there Avas a monster de tonight under tho auspices of tlio Carpenters Union in Avhich several thousand workmen representing all branches of trade participated In the Smith ton mining district tho strike situation is unchanged Both sides are firm and a settlement seems far oiV AVlLJj STRIKIS TODAY SAN May Day passed oilquietly in this city There was no public demonstration but several hun dred carpenters took a holiday Tho car penters and joiners begin their move for an eighthour day tomorroAv Several of the trades have already secured a reduction in hours but the more important trades will await the result of the carpenters demands before making any move A V1CTOKV AT MILWAUKEE MIIYWAUKEE May carpenters de manded eight hours work and eight hours pay While the master carpenters declined to grant the demand as a body tho individ ual members Avero loftfree to do so and many have complied So the strikes if any will bo against single individuals In such cases the masons and bricklayers will go out AVith them The latter already have eight hours There Avill bo no parade today and there is no likelihood of strikes in the other trades There Avas no strike or labor demonstra tion soL any kind here today Tho carpen ters continued at work having decided to date the eighthour movement in this city from May 2nd If the contractors do not grant the eighthour day tomorroAv the carpenters under the union AVith 700 mem bers will THIS ST LOUIS PARADE ST Louis May labor parade Avas a pronounced success and the crowd Avas an orderly and one The stars and stripes Avere the only flags to be seen and there were many ilagbeawirs A few ban ners were displayed iuid tlie tone of the in scriptions very moderate The labor situation 3icre is problematical While there is no direct knowledge of proposed strikes it is not at all improbable that there AVill be trouble in the building trades THE DENVER CARPlSNTEttS SATISFIED May 1 Avere no labor demonstrations here today The car penters have been working only eight hours for several months and a strike is not an ticipated for there is no cause for dissatis faction There Avill be a grand labor parade next Sun clay A QUIKT DAY AT MINNEAPOLIS MINNEAPOLIS May Avili bo no parade openair meetings will be heldby the workingmen tonight The most of tho important trades have already ro ceived reduced hours About the only movo menti for a reduction is by the take a holiday today and Avili demand eighthours and advance in wages for second class men A SCAB TOAVN KANSAS CITY May city is a nonunion tOAvn notoriously consequently there has been no agitation at all on the eighthour question There are no prospects im occurrence ofstrikes and no May Day demonstrations areattcinpted OMAHA OMAHA May is no strike here and none Is contemplated HAPPY CINCINNATI CINCINNATI May city is happily free from trouble of any considerable mag nitude The only thing is the demand for a ten percent increase in wages of the bench moldcrs This Avill aftecb about 500 men AVOOD CAllVJERS GO OUT GRAND EAFIDS May tho union Avood carvers are out The manufac turers Avill be able to fill their places NASJIArILLE STRIKE NASHVILLE May the car Death of i Noted Divine c May William Barnes Avho sermon of ban lei died this morningi lie one of tho most noted Presbyterian divines in tho Mr Barnes Avas aYale graduate in Sumnor and Juring tlio last thirtyfive he has the West most of thq thno Jacksonville Judge IS theArizona Supremo Court under Cleveland ishis An OiitbreJilc Ouster aw 7nan and others are circulating among the Chey at thjcin go on the Avarpath c and 4 out thdir blood Tho child ron itnd rtff send them hack They farm work aref earful that their dissatlafajCtioiiV Avilli develop into thateight hours should constitute a days The men arcall at Avork and there is general rejoicing among diUerent The proposed reduction in the wages of the employees of the United States i Express Company liere Avas enforced thing goes on as usual Toe Now York City end of the AvorldAvlde labor demonstration was not great suc cess as far as umbers who paraded andattended the Union Srjtiare meeting are concerned Probably not more 2000 persons were at the speakers the procession there were about SOOO A rain partly caused this apparont want of enthusiasm ing was under the auspices of Socialist party A fear that there might be some trouble had induced the police to very caref u I not called upon to exhibit themselves adopted recited that the eighti hour demand isonly a temporary relief Nothing but socialism I labor question It Avas therefore resolved that a demanclbe made that ttiehours of be reduced to It should be decreed byf the statute that inthe struggle object Uic of wage be not trirough the tiriiiiiiplis of There were The principal speaker Avas Sergius meeting beginning of itho eiidv but the end iihtilthcy had th6 earth nessthereof 116 concluded to be true to the flag eigh teen of these ilags displayedAipoh the stand but all paroncies only two United were1 those had 1 cross union and noiiuhion are on a strike for eight hours work Avith ton hours pay A NINE CONCESSION HAAERHiLL May The master carpenters have all signed agreement granting nine hours at the old pay r THE BOSTON STRIKE BOSTON May A strike of carpenters for an eighthour day Avas inaugurated this morning and men are out It is esti mated that 2000 have been granted eight hours by 100 firms not members of the Mas tor Builders Association The strike among the carpenters is quiet and uneventful as yet All point to a determined struggle the men being determined to have recognition of the union and eight hours DETROIT CARPENTERS AVILT AVIN DETROIT May IVo thousand tors are out in this city The strike is ex pected to be shortlived however as the principal contractors are conceding the mens demands It is though t that work will be pretty generally resumed tomorroAv afternoon the strikers Avill parade and a monster mass meeting held GOMPEKS AT XOUISATILLE LOUISVILLE May Samuel Gom of the American Federation of Labor here torday In an inter viOAV ho said the European tire uniting to resist the eighthour move ment They could not prevent it though they might it The labor of the Avbrld is now working for single object and Avould attainit if it should take ten In the May Day parade today the num ber of Avorkingmen in line Avasplaced at five to seven TheAvcather Avas fine and there Avas turnout of working mens families making the number assem bled at National Park for the exercises over When the procession arrived fcheparkit Avas revicAved by President Compers After dinner of addresses Avere The mpst important Avas that by President Gompers Seversiii local unions held meetings Among these the carpenters alone took impor tant action They rescued Ltoigo a strike tomorrow unless the master builders accede their demands that eight hours constitute a days labor and 35 cents an be the mininiAm Avages Presid en tGompers i n his Avliich rAvas a lengfcliy one spoke of Avorldwide for and defended the agaiiiist the charge that extra hours of leisure Avould be to de ibauchery arid the cultivation vicious This base insult a workiugmen of ithis every hun dred were foivthe deeds of the is every indication that the proposed demon stration Avill prove a failure The procession of workingmon fell short of the number expected The line was composed of only a few hundred men They marched to Hyde Park where speeches were made An attempt Avas made to hold a meeting at Hackney but the police would not permit it A procession Avas formed at Soho Square contrary to police regulations and AVOS broken up without resistenoo Tho Paris oorrespondont says The feature of the day was tho discovery of many Italian agitators among the workmen Tho fact that foreign money is being em ployed to foment discord is likely to sow bitterness between the two nations APEACEFUL DAY IN BEKMN BEKDIN May i this hour small groups of Avorkiugnion are gathering in thestrcets to be ready to join the labor No disturbance is reported from any quarter continues throughout the city The streets bear a normal appearance in consequence either of tho notices issued by tho employers threatening to discharge employees who absented themselves from Avork to take part in the labor demonstra tion or the apathy of tlie men themselves Tho Loo we factory a large establishment began work this morning Avith nearly a full force there being but iifteen absentees out of all the hands employed In Krister Rossi nans sewing maohine factory another large concern only live failed to report for work A large number of persons however are making the day a holiday visiting GrunOAvnld and other suburban resorts A large number of Avorknuvn paraded this evening but thoy Avere orderly and the police did in any Tele grams from a number of industrial centers throughout Germany state that the day passed very quietly Ontof men employed in sixty fac tories Avere absent In Hamburg men remained from Avork and attended No disorder TMK DAY IN FRANCE PARIS May from Mar seilles Bordoaux Nancy Roubaix and AVille say that no disturbances havooccurrcd A deputation of workinginen Avent to the Chamber of Deputies this afternoon and presented a petition asking the Chamber to make eight hours a legal days Avnrk Large crowds gathered on tho thoroughfares in the vicinity of the chamber blocking them The cavalry quietly cleared a Avay for the deputation All Avas tranquil in the provinces today In the city large crowdsgathered at various points but perfect order Avas maintained until 8 oclock this evening Avhen a body of workmen trying to march down Ixiiedela Ciriquo tho Eiysco Palace were stopped by tho The paraders tried to force their Avay through and Avere charged by a squadron of the municipal guard and many wore Avounded A large number Avere arrested but Avill1 be released at midnight They arc merely charged Avith disorderly conduct Flog net received a socialist deputation headed by Avhich presented a me raoriaj in favor of an eight hour law A QUIET DAY AT VIENNA VIENNA May tho belief that the labor demonstration in this city Avould bo attended by grave disorders there have as yet been no disturbances whatcvet There have boon no street meetings are being held in halls attended by the larger portions of the Avorkingmen in the city No afternoon papers Avill be is sued as the printers arc all taking part in tho May Day fetes The strike in the provinces is spreading It is calculated that throughout Austria and Hungary men have already struck or threaten to strike A dispatch from Prossuitz says tho troops frustrated an attack of a mob on tho prison without resource to iirearms Disorder pre vailed until nooivaudtcn arrests AVoremade Tho latest reports from Austria and Hun gary speak only quiet demonstration favoring eight hours From Prossnitz comes Avord of riots It appears that a number of workmen AVCTO put in prison and when their felloAv Avorkingmen gathered this morning a plot Avas hatched for their liberation Tlie result Avas a mob of 1000 men made an attack on the The authorities however Avere prepared and tlio rioters were repulsed and completely routed The troops vise firearms TJlE VALENCIA STRIKES MADRID May prevails throughout the provinces The strikes in Valencia however arc spreading The em ployees in all the trades there are joining SOOTHER NICHOLASS SINS Infamous Conduct of an InGodWe HE SHELTERED THE HOMELESS ORPHANS of Confidence by a Chicago Bold Diamond Chicago Democrats Criminal Kccord SVRACUSE May Sati Francisco village of reel Ins Falls a few miles east of bete was yesterday by tho arrest of ouo of ius most prominent citizens Nicholas M Holsingor JJolsinger is a loading member of the Methodist Church in his village and lias quite a local reputation as a religious oxhorter lie has been loader of the Pro hibition party in his neighborhood and this motto was inscribed on all bis business cards bill heads and trade marks In God We Four years ago who Is a mar ried man but whose wife has boon for sev eral years an invalid and without children went to the Oswego county orphan nsylutu and had a girl 11 yonrs old Seada Young indentured to him In February last Bel singer adopted from Cayuga county orphan asylum anothergirl Freda Goossloy who was M years old On Monday the two girls made a successful break for liberty and on being received at the house of a neighbor told a startling story of infamy Tho neigh bors took them tlie Justice of the Peace i LA DKLfH he struckth is hours per tlie biesent 500 pcapitalists that our movement would break industry It means a progress for the It means more mtclligenee nobler race of jiccuses us more do wuTitiiriorej cciisu to inore we shall the the movement for the eighthour day The theaters in Valencia will lie closed tonight Thirty thousand workmen paraded in Barcelona today Similar demonstrations were held in many other cities There are extensive strikes in Tarragossa but none iu The workmen were out in peat numbers there were some slight distur bances and a number of arrests TUB BELGIAN BRUSSELS May 1 A procession number ing 3000 miners was formed in Liege today and marched to the town where a peti tion was presented to the authorities asking for the establishment of the eighthour working day An immense meeting of Avcrkingmen was held at Charleroi Thirty thousand men marched to the place of meeting all singing the The in en were orderly A RIOT AT PESTH PHSTH May The Labor demonstration here was marred by bloodshed Early this morning a large number of workmen gath ered in front of oiie of therolling mills At irst they were orderly but under the ex citement of agitators became aroused and bitterly denounced thealleged tyranny of the employers Finally they lost all self coutrol and engaged in a riotous demonstra tion which the powerless to quell Military assistance was summoned and appeared with fixed bayonets The mob was ordered to disperse and upon refusal the troops charged The crowd broke and fled in all directions Many rioters were pierced by bayonets Thirty thousandworkmen met today and adopted resolutionsin favor of eight AX OPORTO MANIFESTO OPORTO A manifesto issued qy the Avorkingmen They con demn the political speculators for trying to labor movement in their own in terest The manifesto will ask the King to see that is adopted by the Cortes for the regulation of labor MAY DAY AT LISBON LISBON May LrrThe day is being observed with extreme quietness by the workmen in this city of workmen who were taking holiday proceededto the cemeteryiii the remains of the socialist Fontaua are interredand placed a wreathv upon his tomb mani festo has boon issued the workingmen declaring in favor of eight hours as a legal days work andit has received a large number of ORTDKR rMAIXTAINED IN ITALY who upon hearing their stories issued warrant for Helsingers arrest Seada iie elder girl told the Justice that when she was taken from the orphan asylum by Helsinger four years ago they stopped over night at Syracuse Separate rooms were given them at the hotel but before morning she said Belsinger stole into her room and under throats remained there This was when she was onljr It years old The girl said that on arriving atBclsingers home she was made a prisoner and under the same threats she has been compelled to submit The girl is small of stature has a weak and punny appearance and is said to be broken down with nervous1 prosteation The other girl Fred a told a similar story When these stories hud been circulated through the village the people turned out in crowds and besieged His outbuildings bee hives and honey box factory which constituted the Paradise as he called his place were de molished by the frenzied crowdof towns people But for the timely arrival of a posse of constables the beekeeper would have suffered bodily harm mob Tho posse broke into his house and one squad kept the mob at others dragged the frightenedman from his high place JAMES HANGED CONCORD N April Palmer wa hahged today for the murder of II T A UOLP DIAMOND ttOttllKRy CINCINNATI bold diamond robbery was accomplishedthis afteruoob fit of WicuiO Bros by two thieves who had asked to see some diamond rings They snatched a tray containing S3000 worth of rings out of the door rind escaped A third man who had remained outside to prevent pur suit was arrested A BETRAYAL OF CONFIDENCE CHICAGO May prij vatesecietary of the wealthy capitalist A K Loeb was arrested tonight together with Attorneys O N Durand arid Hollis Chase the three being charged with de frauding Loeb of real estate valued at 880 J 000 Ellis enjoyed the confidence of Loeb and some time ago fov business reasons the capitalist placed this tract in his hands to be held in trust Loeb charges that Durand and Chase conspired with Ellis to make away with the property The first intima tion lie had of anything wrong of the sale of the property in a paper to day for S3 Ellis it is said made a full confession i THE CHICAGO EJECTION FRAUDS CHICAGO May James Mcr Abee and City Central Committecman Michael S Corcoran were indicted this after noon by the grand juryon charges of com plicity in the alleged election frauds in the Twentyfourth ward With them dicted a number of restaurant waiters and dock laborers and others said to be mere tools The frauds charged are repeating and voting in place of citizecs counted upon stayathomes McAbee and Corcoran presented them selves before Judge Griniiellfaiid gave bonds of each They refused tx3 discuss the charges against them except to deny complicity Three of the men terday for connection with the frauds were discharged for lack of It is as serted tonight that six repeaters have turned States evidence The chief scheme said to have been to register cheap lodginghouses in each ot which the clerk by prearrangement vouched for the fraudulent voters as genuine The stake aimed at by the alleged frauds was in the city councilto which McAbee as a result was elected Corcoraa are Democrats cu tters5 and hi the ai urisberof1500t Thereis i partial cessation of work fere and in the priiicipal cities and towns of Italy vBispatches fiibni all parts Of the cou ritry show that order is being maintained A few insignificant rows are reported at Milan andi ItfapliJs in cohniection labor y Tho isturbances quietly repressed v At Naples a DEMONSTRATIONS HAVANA May yarioys trade or ganizations tdthe of CONGRESSFONA PROCKE DINGS The AntiTrust Bill Stock Bills the Vest from the Select Committee on Moat prod ucts reported four a concurrent resolution asking the President if inaugurate diplomatic spondeiice Avith the authorities of Great about a rcpfeal tionof the United Kingdom the next one providing for a National inspection aJl live catllc lo inspcctd when imported tbatcattlft intended for exportation be subject to inspectipn atthe places Tlio next in ended to rohibit to the of cjiUlc to foreiffn coinvttios sboxyn concJuKivcly that in the York practice amons steamship companies of leasing or contracting sometimes vessel some timesnil number of laoiilhs in advance Another bill the fJiscriihiuatioii which now existedl on all railroads nnining from Chicago iiiiderv AVhicli no miiejige is giveu to any of tliejmproyed r cattle cars carcying live cattle the country sidercd at

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