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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - August 28, 1890, New Philadelphia, Ohio Tie 1ei film Plim Samf a Moisie proper new Philadelphia Ohio. An outcome the census taking 1890 will be the establishment a permanent Bureau. The he is talk among America s thirty four thousand tramps holding a National convention. The mines Clear Creek county cal., have produced 340,000,030 Worth Bullion since they were opened. A doctor in a Mountain town in North Carolina has a Cdr. A. Quack the filler the people s Hope a the Portland me press presents the name Ai Jov Cyr As the shortest Man in the shortest town in the United states. Prof. Puts am in his report to the Peabody museum for the current year Kays Man has existed for ten thousand years in this country. There is said to be a striking similarity Between the sign language used by deaf mutes and that in Torrue among the indians North and South America experiments prove that the Atlantic Breakers have a Force three tons to the Square foot thus a surface Only two Square Yards sustains a blow from a heavy Atlantic breaker equal to fifty four tons. The word apron is said to have originated in a curious Blunder Viz a Nap Peron converted into an a Peron. Napper is French for Napkin from Nappe cloth in general. Some English counties still employ the word a Peron. Forty millions Birds Are said to perish annually in order to adorn the hats american femininity. Hut that is a Small matter compared with the forty million american husbands who annually groan in spirit when the milliners Bills come rolling in. Women doctors say and Many women prove it in practice that by going upstairs slowly with the foot Heel and toe alike put firmly each Stair one May arrive at the top four flights stairs really rested instead gasping for breath As when one runs upstairs. Miss Elizar Tii Nixon the granddaughter Robert Morris has presented to the Pennsylvania historical society Many valuable relics the Morris family. Among these is a brooch containing hair George and Martha Washington and presented by them to miss Nixon smother. A Kansas Man after the expenditure much time labor and expense has evolved a burglar proof and rat proof Hen Coop. Genius often takes unnecessary pains to accomplish its end. He could have made any Ordinary Henhouse both rat and burglar proof by the investment fifty cents in a Little sore eyed dog. Chauncey m. Deter was called upon recently by a Middle aged lady who was so delighted by his urbanity that she impulsively kissed him when she arose to leave. A reporter who witnessed the disturbance asked . De Pew whether he was used to that sort tiling and he replied a it is one the regular rules the the news condensed. Important intelligence from All pats. Fifty first Congress. Wednesday aug. 20.�?no action was taken by the Senate the Resolution providing for an adjournment after the passage the Tariff Bill. The House amendment to the agricultural College Bill and the meat inspection Bill were concurred in. Tho Tarlit Bill was further discussed. In the House the Bill to exempt mining land from the alien land Law was Laid Tho table. The Bill for the adjustment accounts work j men and mechanics under the eight hour Law was then taken up no action being taken. The Resolution calling for information As to russians proscription jews was reported and adopted. The House then discussed the Senate meat inspection Bill. Thursday aug. 21. A in the Senate a Bill was introduced by request the Farmers Alliance to provide for Banks Deposit. A Telegram was presented from the members the Grant Monument association in new York protesting against the proposed removal general Grant s remains to Washington. The House amendment to the Senate Bill to authorize Tho construction a Bridge across the Mississippi River at some Point Between Tho Mouth the Illinois and the Mouth the Missouri was concurred in. Tho Tariff Bill was further discussed. In the House a Bill was passed to change the time the sessions the circuit and District courts for the Western District Missouri also one amending the act authorizing the construction a Bridge across the red River the North. Tho lard refining Bill was further discussed no action being taken. Friday aug 22. A in Tho Senate the Resolution to prohibit the Sale intoxicating liquors in Tho Senate restaurant was taken up but owing to Tho absence its author went Over without action. Consideration the Tariff Bill was then resumed. In the House the conference report the Bill making the appropriation fur an increased clerical Force to carry out the provisions the dependent pension Law was agreed to. Tho House then went into committee the whole Senate amendments to the River and Harbor Bill. At the evening session private pension Hills were considered. Saturday aug. 23.�?in the Senate i he Day was devoted to eulogies the late senator Heck Kentucky. In the House consideration the Senate res solution looking to the removal the i remains general Grant to Arlington 1 was postponed. A joint Resolution was 1 introduced to Amend Tho Constitution so j As to prohibit any state from passing a Law authorizing Tho establishment maintenance a lottery any scheme for the distribution prizes by Chance. From Washington. The president celebrated his 57th birthday Tho 20th with his family at Cape May n. J. Business failures throughout the country during Tho seven Days ended Tho 22d number 192, As compared with 197 the preceding week and 200 for the corresponding week last year. Tiie exchanges at the leading Clearing houses in the United states during the week ended Tho 23d aggregated 81,174,831,240, against $1,115,333,091 the previous week. As compared with the corresponding week 1889 the increase amounted to 20.1. Hut few persons who View a passenger train As it goes thundering past have an idea that it represents a Cash value from $75,000 to $120,000, but such is the Case. The Ordinary express train represents from $83,000 to $90,000. The engine and tender Are valued at $10,500 the baggage car $1,000 the postal car $2,000 the smoking car $5,000 two Ordinary passenger cars $10,000 each three Palace curs $15,000 each total $83,000. A new York electrician who has made a specially spectacular electricity says the Day is not far off when electrical fire works will supersede those now used. He declares that for a comparatively moderate outlay he could arrange an electrical display for the City which would last for Many years and could be repeated As often As desired. It would comprise rockets roman candles wheels Niagara Falls and All the modern pyrotechnic effects. Prof. Mayo says the Power the mormon is broken in Salt Lake City and Vicinity. They Are now in the minority and have hardly a hand in the government the City in which they were once supreme. The entire municipal government and the schools have passed into the hands the gentiles. The social customs which distinguished Tho mormons Are fast disappearing. There is even a society Young mormon women who pledge themselves not to marry a polygamist. A most remarkable Case fairness to customers is reported from Waterbury Conn. Two Coal firms consolidated their business recently and reduced the Price to $5.25. Then they gave notice that customers who had had their Coal put in for the Winter by either firm at the higher rate would have the difference refunded by calling at the office. It is to be regretted that Tho names the members this firm Are not known. They certainly deserve to he enrolled Fame a immortal scroll. The East a passenger train Tho old Colony Railroad jumped Tho track the 19th near Quincy mass., and Over Twenty people were killed by being crushed scalded by escaping steam from the engine and Twenty five others were injure 1. The number people killed by the recent Cyclone at Wilkes Barre pa., was said the 20th to be fourteen and ten were fatally injured. The number buildings destroyed was estimated at about 400, an 1 Tho loss property would exceed $1,000,000. Pennsylvania prohibitionists in state convention at Harrisburg the 21st, nominated Charlesy. Miller for governor and Charles c. Ullyatt for lieutenant governor. By the blowing Down Street railway car Sheds at Philadelphia the 21st four persons were killed outright and several others were fatally injured. Five members a pleasure party were drowned by the upsetting a Row boat off Whitestown l. 1., the 21st. A car the mount Penn Gravity Railroad at Reading pa., ran away with eighteen passengers Board the 22d, making Tho descent in three utes and rolled Down a fifty foot embankment at the end the track. Four persons were killed two fatally and others seriously injured. In Tho Maple Creek Coal Fields near Pittsburgh pa., a vein very Rich Gold Ore was discovered the 23d. the 23d the remains John Ericsson the inventor were borne from new York Harbor the naval ship Haiti More for Sweden mid booming Cannon and dipping flags. At Milton and Easton pa., Snow fell the 23d. In new York City 55,000 men were out work the 23d As a result the Brick makers strike. The thousand Island Park Trotel and Twenty cottages at thousand Island Park the St. Lawrence River were destroyed by fire the 21st. Loss $150,000. Nominations for Congress were in ado the 21st As follows West Virginia third District Theophilus Gaines rep. Iowa third District Carlton f. Couch dem eleventh District v. G. Far Liam pro. Illinois nineteenth District g. Pillow rep eleventh District s. L. Shelton pro. Indiana first District w. F. Parrett dem renominated. Ohio sixth District John ii. Brigham rep. Missouri twelfth District a. H. Lewis rep. Kansas fifth District John Davis Peoples party first District l. Clark Farmers Alliance. An explosion powder at the Standard Cartridge company a works near Rlue Island 111., the 21st resulted in the killing one Man and the injury Twenty men boys and girls. California democrats in state convention at san Jose the 21st, nominated e. R. Pond mayor san Francisco for governor. Cooks pfc co., clothing merchants Nashville tcnn., made an assignment the 21st. Liabilities $200,000 assets $140,000. A fire at Groton s. D., Tho 22d destroyed nearly All the West half Tho business portion the town entailing a loss $150,000. In a trotting match at Washington Park Chicago for $5,000 the22d Palo Alto Defeated Jack in three straight heats the last being made in 2 13, Tho fastest time record in a match. G. Coy Larimer county col., was nominated for governor that state the 22d by the Independent labor and Farmers Alliance convention. The air brakes a freight train standing a Grade at Summit cal., the 22d gave Way and the train dashed into another freight train at Cascade killing four men. In jumping from an engine that had become unmanageable the Denver Utah Pacific Railroad the 22d near Lyons col., three men were killed and others seriously Hurt. Two Hundred engineers firemen and switchman employed by the Union Stock Yards switching association Chicago struck Tho 22d for an increase in wages and More rest sundays. William Alexander coloured aged 17 years was lynched near Raton Rouge la., the 22d for attempted assault a 11-year-old White girl. The special agent sent to Oklahoma by Secretary the Interior Noble returned the 22d and confirmed the reports destitution existing there and said help should be sent at once. It was reported the 22d that great destitution prevailed among the Farmers in Arapahoe county col., and that Between 500 and 803 people were in a starving condition the entire failure crops being Given As Tho c use. Severe frosts were reported in North Dakota Minnesota and Manitoba Tho 22d, and fears were entertained that great damage had been done to crops. For the week ended Tho 23dtho percentages the base Ball clubs in the players league were Rosten .1502 Brooklyn. .584 new York .574 Chicago. .54 5 Philadelphia .524 .44 5 Cleveland .422 ,.286. Tho clubs in the National league stood brooklyn563 Boston .627 Philadelphia .613 Cincinnati .606 Chicago .531 new York .441 Cleveland .31 5 Pittsburgh Iso. An insane Man named Quinn killed his wife and five children Tho 23d near Livingston mont., and was himself killed while resisting arrest. Bay Ard Woods and George Early coloured were executed Tho 23d at Rocky mount ya., for setting fire to a warehouse which was burned to Tho ground. Democrats the 23d nominated John b. Long for Congress in Tho second District Texas and j. B. Boeman in the fifth Mississippi District. In the second Indiana District the Farmers Alliance nominated Sampson Cox. Flames destroyed the sugar Mills at Ness City kan., the 23d. Loss $100,000. the 23d Al Ward Checkley arrived in Chicago from new York a bicycle having made Tho trip in fourteen Days six hours and Twenty five minutes. Fire ruined the business Pait Pembroke o., the 24th. Must go it alone. Decision the federation railway employees. further than approving the Central strike the supreme Council can not go the storms work. Order knights labor not being a member the federation the latter a men can not be ordered out. Scathing arraignment vice president Wel it a and his conduct in regard to the present strike. Teri haute ind., aug. 26.�?the knights labor asked for Broad and their Brethren the United order Railroad employees better known As the federation responded with a Stone. It is Luo that the morsel is concealed in a Jar Honey but it will be none the More digestible to the knights that account. The final decision the conference could not have been Mere to . Webb a taste had Tho third Vico president the new York Central and his associates manipulated the wires that controlled the twelve men who compose the supreme body. Tho unfortunate knights Aro loft to their own resources. They Aro not even offered the Balm pecuniary support and their general master Workman is referred by the chief Tho federation to Tho press dispatches for Tho official reply to his Appeal. The outcome May prove a death blow to the knights. At the same time it is a vindication the conservatism Tho federation. It was formed to prevent strikes instead promoting them and in Tho very first Easo upon which its supreme tribunal has been called to sit in judgment it has demonstrated its Inton Tion living within its Laws and yet it was Only after a warm struggle that Tho conservatives prevailed As against the supporters War to Tho knife. When Tho members Tho Council Camo together monday morning Tho report the come Vittoe was debated in detail. Downey Chicago one the representatives the switchman s Union made a two hours speech in which he brought Sledge Hammer arguments to Bear against Tho proposition to embroil Tho United orders in a strike. There was no Lack speakers Tho other Side and Tho debate went for nearly five hours. Finally a vote was reached. Just How it resulted numerically is known Only to the delegates and will appear Only in Tho secret records the order while Tho former Aro As tight mouthed As clams. It is believed however that Tho to lire delegates from Tho switch men a Union two from the conductors two from the trainmen undone from Tho firemen voted in Tho negative. This would make the vote eight to four and it required the vote two Tho three members representing each order to decide which Way that organization should vote but it also required a unanimous vote All four orders before a strike could to ordered. Hence even had two representatives three orders been in favor backing Tho knights by a general tie up the opposition Tho three switchman would have Defeated the purpose. As it was Tho friends peace had enough votes and to spare. Following is the manifesto Tho federation Headquarters supreme Council 1 the United order railway pm it a Western papers definition Tho electrical term Volt a Tho Volt gives one blow a specific Force. As volts Are added together Tho Force the blow is increased until the endurance limit is reached. It takes about Twenty five volts to make a perceptible tingling sen station in the human body. When fifty volts pass through the body the tingling sensation becomes unmistakable but not Strong while one Hundred volts feels Lively two Hundred volts Strong three Hundred volts powerful four Hundred volts titanic and five Hundred volts will Knock a Man the latest invention in door locks is one which can not be opened from t to outside if it is locked from the inside and for this reason is especially valuable for hotel rooms and inside doors buildings generally. It has Douvio bolts one above the other. The lower one is used to lock the door from the outside. Its key Holo does not go Clear through the lock neither does Tho key Holo the Bolt that locks the door from the inside. When the door is locked the inside there is no Means reaching the key Tho key Hole the inner Bolt from the outside the door. A invention by which writing can to transferred from paper to Iron is the work a Boston Man who has invented a hard Ink with which he writes backward upon Ordinary paper. That paper is placed in a Mold melted Iron is poured in and when the hardened Iron is removed it is found that while the heat burned away the paper it did not affect the Ink but left the impression the writing folded into the Iron. This discovery was made by noticing that the printing an Ordinary Handbill that by Accident had fallen into the Mold was faintly transferred in this Way. . Johnson Whittaker Oregon Beni ky., was driving Home the other night when a meteor flashed across Tho heavens and the next instant a huge Stone measuring about eight feet in diameter came through the air and with terrific Force crushed into the bed the Wagon directly behind him grazing the seat he occupied As it fell. . Whittaker said to heard the meteor whizzing through the air but bad no idea what it was until he was jolted out his seat by the crash. A number sight seers visited the spot and inspected the wonderful Rock. Foreign intelligence. A sensation was caused in London the 19tli by the discovery that a Man recently from Calcutta was afflicted with Asiatic cholera. It was said the 20th that Durex France had been swept by a Cyclone and at least 500 houses wore destroyed. The loss was estimated at 1,000,000 francs. A terrific Cyclone swept through the it Canton Yard Switzerland Tho 20t a doing an immense amount dam age. Tho villages Laval acc and Loux were devastated and whole forests were destroyed. The Steamer Gregory w is destroyed by tire Tho Volga River Russia the 20th. Many the steamers sengers lost their lives some being burned to death and others drowned. Eight persons were drowned by Tho swam Ping a boat in the River at Conway Wales the 21st. Advices the 22d say that a Cyclone bad caused the loss 150 lives in Switzerland. In Ireland the potato crop was reported ruined the 23d and the condition cereals was bad. Later,1 to. M. J Onenson a noted profession a sprinter died at san Francisco the 25th. He was a native St. Louis and Twenty seven years old. An open switch caused the wreck two freight trains at Mullen neb., Tho 25th, killing three persons and injuring several others. The works tue Llanna Wagon company at Peoria 111., were entirely destroyed by Tiro Tho 25th. Loss $45,-000 insurance $40,000. The business part Pembroke ky., was burned the 25th. Loss $15,000 insurance $7,000. Hon. L. F. Watson representative from Tho Twenty seventh Pennsylvania District died suddenly the 25th in Tho Shoreham hotel at Washington. A cloudburst at Juarez mex., the 25th washed away forty houses and rendered sixty families homeless. Two people Wero drowned. A roller in t. White s flouring and Sawmill at Pike s Peak ind., exploded Tho 25th, fatally injuring four men seriously wounding several others and completely wrecking Tho Mill. The Queen s hotel at Sundridge ont., was destroyed by fire the 25th. Tho guests had great difficulty in escaping. Two men were burned to death and two others severely burned. Hol Ziway the Michigan Bandit made another unsuccessful attempt at suicide in the prison at Marquette the 25th. He severed the arteries his wrist with a Sliver tin secured from a Slop bucket and also attempted to dash out his brains by butting his head against the prison Walls. Iio was placed in a straight jacket. In the Senate the 25th . Ali Rich proposed that general debate the Tariff Bill be closed september 3, with five Days discussion thereafter under the live minute Rule. . Plumb objected and the matter went Over. A Large number Lighthouse appropriations were disposed . The Bill relating to Post office bids and the Bills relating to oaths in pension and other cases were passed. The Tariff Bill was taken up and the Lead Ere paragraph discussed. Announcement was made the death representative Lewis f. Watson Pennsylvania and . Quay offered a Resolution which was agreed to expressing the deep sensibility with which the Senate had heard the death . Watson., concurring in the a no nement a committee and providing As an additional Mark respect that the Senate do now adjourn the House agreed to the conference report the sundry civil Bill which retains the Senate amendments relative to irrigation and Survey Public lands and non concurred in Senate amendments to the River and Harbor Bill. West and South. The largest illicit distillery in Arkansas located in in Ike county was destroyed by government officers the 19th. Nominations for Congress were made the 20th As follows Kansas seventh District Jerry Simpson dem. And Peoples California second District a. Cammetter dem Iowa eleventh District a. Westfall Farmers Alliance seventh District James b. Weaver dem ninth District. N. 11. Bowman Farmers Alliance Mississippi third District a. Catchings dem renominated Indiana fifth District w. R. Silt pro Alabama seventh District w. Ii. Forney dem. Democrats in state convention at Raleigh n. C., Tho 20th, nominated a ticket with a. S. Merriman at its head for supreme court judge. Fire the 20th at Atlanta ga., destroyed the factory Holstein Hass . Guthman mattress manufacturers. Loss $75,000. The population the state Washington was announced the 20th at 346.030. Ten years ago it was 75,116. Wisconsin republicans in state convention the 20th at Milwaukee nominated a full ticket with w. Hoard at its head for governor. The Harlan family held a reunion Tho 20th at Richmond ind., representatives from about a dozen different states being in attendance including Justice Harlan the United states supreme court. The association numbers about 7,000 persons. Children playing in a barn near Akron. O., the 20th, reported to a farm hand that a Skunk was under a Haystack. He thrust a Pitchfork into the Hay and impaled a negro with fatal effects. He was identified As John Williams an escaped convict from the Ohio Penitentiary. A verdict murder in Tho first degree was rendered at Parkersburg w. Va., the 20th against mrs. Mary Morgan for the murder her husband and she was sentenced to be hanged upon being reprimanded by her father in the 21st Carrie Walker aged 17, living in St. Louis went into her room and swallowed a dose arsenic dying an hour afterwards. Idaho republicans in state convention at Boise City the 21st placed a full ticket in the Field headed by George l. Sloup for governor. A freight train the Missouri Kansas so Texas Railroad telescoped a passenger train at Paola mo., the 21st, killing the Pullman conductor and seriously injuring the Engineer. Jane and Michael Leser an aged couple 70 years living at Dubuque were remarried Tho 91�t for Tho a Resolution was adopted setting apart Satur la., were remarried the a Ylst Tor the Day september 13, for the delivery eulogies third time. Rated twice. Both appeared pleased to be again United. Floyes. 1 Terre haute ind., aug. 25, 1890. To All labor organizations men and Brothers the night August 8 a strike began the new York Central amp Hudson River Railroad involving about eight thousand men in the employ the said Road who were me a Bers a great labor organization known As the knights labor. The reason set Forth by t. V. Powderly chief executive the order May be summarized As col lows the peremptory discharge Between fifty and sixty men employees the Road and members the knights labor because they were knights labor without giving them any reason whatever for the discharge. Prior to the strike the men involved s night through the representatives the order to have their grievances adjusted but their Appeal b Ling disregarded a strike was inaugurated. At this juncture t. V. Powderly general master Workman the knights labor entered upon the task a lusting the differences and making such arrangements As would result in an Honor ble inca e Between the employees and the officials the Road but his efforts were unavailing. . Powderly. Comprehending Tho purpose Walter Webb third vie 1 president the company to make War upon the knights labor and ultimately upon All labor organizations represented his Road sought a conference with the supreme Council the United order railway employees. The request . Pow Derly was granted to the extent that four members the Council met him in the City Buffalo. Viz f. P. Sargent Gran 1 master the brotherhood locomotive firemen and president tin supreme Council g. Howard grand chief the by Ither Lwood railway conductors an 1 vice preside it the supreme Council s. E. Wilkinson grand master the brotherhood Railroad trainmen and Frank Sweeney grand master the switchman s Mutual Aid association. At the conference with . Powderly at Buffalo tort members the supreme Council became satisfied that the officials a he Road by every c mid ration fair and honorable treatment labor organizations should meet . Powderly and adopt some just plan for the adjustment the grievances the striking employees. This conclusion having been reached the members the supreme Council in response to the request . Powderly extended their journey to new York City to Aff it re us h Aid was in their Power to Brin r about a settlement Between Walter Webb third vice president the company the official having full authority in All matters pertaining to the strike and t. V. Powderly general master Workman the knights labor having the authority to negotiate such arrangements As might end Tho dispute. An interview having hem secured . Powderly sought to have the men discharged heard in their own defense in the presence . Webb and himself. This fair proposition was refused. . Powderly proposed arbitration which was also refused. There were other propositions made by . Powderly. Having for their object the honorable settlement the trouble All which were refused by . Webb. The members the supreme Council while in Buffalo and the City new York had ample opportunities to thoroughly inform themselves upon All matters concerning the strik it. They saw and heard both sides. They appreciated the Gravity the situation and Dompreh n Lin the impending consequence a to labor Organiza Lions deemed it advisable to Convene the Suprema Council for deliberation and such con delusion As facts should warrant. In response to the order f. P. Sargent president the supreme Council that body was convened in Terre haute ind., in August 23 and remained in session until noon the 25th. In making their report to the Council the members who went to new York to Confer with Powderly found All the stat m its made by him fully corroborated by the facts. In an interview with . Webb he refused to entertain any proposition looking f settlement the difficulty. He would not arbitrate any question n a make any explanation Concession what Ever with regard to the discharged cml it yes. Lie claimed the right to discharge employees at will without seeking explanation giving to the victims has Power any reasons for his despotic action. 11�?o would m Mage his r and to Sui himself without reference to any rights claimed by it employees Uny rights claimed by labor organizations to meter Torrin the matter to protect their members. The Council having heard the statements its members who had visited new boric for the purpose ascertaining the True condition affairs exhaustively discussed every important proposition and arrived at the conclusion As follows first that the position the knights labor As set Forth by t. V. Powderly general master Workman and the general executive Board the knights labor meets with our unqualified approval. Second that the course pursued by h. Wal Ter Webb towards . Porte by and the knights labor notwithstanding his Deela rations t it the contrary evinces a purpose to disrupt and destroy labor organizations the new York Central amp Hudson River Railroad As was done by Austin Corbin the Philadelphia amp Reading. Third that the policy ii. Walter Webb la despotic to an extent that outrages every Prin Ciple american citizenship and if generally adopted would if successful reduce american workingmen to the degraded condition serfs. Fourth that ii. Walter Webb by the employment Pinkerton thieves thugs and murderers vile wretches from the slums and Broth Els new York and other cities to kill work in men because they dared to protest against his Rule and strike for their rights is guilty a crime such enormity As will associate to the name h. Walter Webb forever with those who dressed in a Little Brief authority have used their Money to secure Power to degrade their fellow men. Fifth that the efforts now being put Forth by Walter Webb to destroy the knights la in View the foregoing facts the supreme Council puts upon its record its unanimous and unqualified approval the strike the new York Central amp Hudson River Railroad for the cause set Forth by t. V. Powderly As also the efforts Mado by . Powderly to bring the strike to an honorable termination. In this general expression approval the action the knights labor the course the vice president is As unequivocally condemned. The a Power the supreme Council in the matter the strike has been exerted to Aid the knights labor to secure the recognition their order by the officials a Rich and powerful corporation to secure for workingmen the victims autocratic Power a hearing and to perform such Ter kindly offices As were proper under the circumstances demonstrating sympathy and Good will thereby aiding the knights labor to bring the St Ike to a close upon principles right and Justice. In this the Council met with failure owing to the autocratic attitude h. Walter Webb. It now becomes necessary for the supremo Council to say that owing to the fact hat the order the knights labor is not a member the federation railway employees the Laws the supreme Council do not permit its doing More than it has done to Aid the knights labor and its inability to participate otherwise in the strike is now known and Apreci at cd by Powderly. In conclusion the supreme Council attests its High appreciation the manliness the knights labor employed the new York Central Road in struggling to maintain a principle sacred to every Workingman the continent. And to All men who love Justice and Hope for the Triumph right Over wrong As flagrant us Ever stained the pages history. Frank p. Sargent. The following1 dispatch was sent last evening by . Sargent to t. V. In Derly at Albany n. A the supreme Council adjourned this afternoon after carefully considering Tho strike in All its details. You will notice the result our deliberations in to night s dispatches which it is hoped will meet with your approval. The committee was unanimous in endorsing your proposition and the proposition the grand executive Board and most earnestly Hope that the right which you Are the Champion in the great conflict the new York Central May finally and powerfully prevail. Albany n. Y., aug. 20.�?a reporter showed . Powderly a dispatch from Terre Slauto saying that the would not be ordered by Tho federation. . Powderly said that it was the first intimation he had received such action but declined to talk saying that it would not be policy for him to make any comments upon it until officially notified. He did not seem to he very much surprised downfall at the result hut went to his supper in Good spirits. Local labor leaders however looked very glum and Wero evidently much displeased at Tho action Tho Council. A monster mass meeting striking employees was held at Tho Academy music last night Edward j. Leo presiding. the stage Wero All Tho members the grand body Tho knights labor including . Powderly who was received with a perfect tumult applause. He cautioned moderation in speech and action. The Striko was already won and to proclaimed it a Victory now. No Man could say that Tho cause was wrong. Justice was Tho Side Tho men and with Justice came Public sentiment and that was what was wanted for some Day in the near future that Public sympathy would Knock at the state Capitol and show that Tho state had acquired Tho rails the state through this strike. At yesterdays meeting Tho leaders and the knights District Assembly 245 Tho Twenty men examined Wero Elioso who were discharged. All them said that they Wero threatened with discharge if they did not leave the knights labor. Superintendent Bissell told one Man that to was discharged for orking against Tho interests Tho Oad afterwards saying that that meant a ing a Knight. . Powderly said the charge had been made that the knights had been started n this strike by a foreign element. To asked those Horn in America to stand up and sixty five men Rose. Then to asked those to Wero born in foreign countries and ten stood up. Tho men were then asked to say what kind men were in their places and various had characters Wero Given Many them being discharged help other roads. A tour through the Delaware so Hudson freight cards and houses shows that superintendent Hammond s statements that Tho Road is in regular operation is somewhat coloured. All Tho trains that Lay Tho track near the freight House saturday Are still there. No freights any description have gone out Tho Green Island Yards towards this City ind none has been moved from Tho North. In the freight houses a few men Are Busy but no freight any kind is being received from Albany merchants. The Only trains being moved in the Vicinity wore a few now York Central cars and Central engines were drawing them out. Webb sword. They quarrelled and Sepa the late senator Beck Kentucky. . Neil Pennsylvania then announced the the death representative Watson and after a adopting the usual resolutions regret the h. Bor would were circumstances changed in like manner be made to destroy the organizations ers firemen conductors trainmen and switchman and. If successful it is Only a ques Tion time when a similar Effort will be made to Seal the Fate other labor organizations. Sixth ii. Walter Webb by the course he has pursued towards the knights labor and the representatives labor organizations has shown a total disregard those principles citizen sovereignty dear to every7 american worthy the name and considering Only his Money Power and the corporate Power the company he repress its his acts which speak louder than his words say in the language w. H. Vanderbilt once the autocrat the new York Central a the Public be seventh. H. Walter Webb seeks to support his arrogant attitude towards workingmen and labor organizations by assuming that the new York Central Railroad is private property and that his acts in the treatment his employees Are in no sense a matter Public concern that he can with impunity discharge men and remand them to idleness and poverty and Render them homeless wanderers without giving any reason explanation whatever for his conduct disregarding the fact that the corporation for which he plays autocrat is a thing created by Laws in the making which the men he seeks to degrade have a voice which once unified a will bring his corporation to the bar Justice where his millions and the other millions he represents will cease to be potential in directing au��liepsj2l right varied and interesting. A bicycle recently Rode Down mount Washington making Tho journey about eight Miles in an hour and without Accident. The most valuable Motal in the world is said to be gallium which is Worth $3,250 an ounce. Calcium brings $1,80 a Pound and cerium $1,920 per Pound. Gold is Worth $240 a Pound. Tim following notice is posted the main Street at Athena Ore a to my neighbors if my Spring chickens arc disturbing your Garden kill them and eat them. Don t pile them out in the Alley to become a nuisance. John n. L. Courter Manatee fla., says to has killed his last Blacksnake. It was four feet Long and from its Mouth protruded a Moccasin s Tail. To stood the Tail and had his boy7 pull the Black Analco off disclosing a Moccasin about two feet Long which had been swallowed. . Courter saw a Blaek Snake Swallow a Blue Moccasin several years ago and Dan Richards saw one kill a Large Rattler and George Brown saw one kill a Moccasin so spare the Blacks Nakos he says for they do More Good than harm. Tiie method proposed by Captain Wool Ward the British Marine service for doing away with oars As a Means propelling ship s life boats consists a hand Power screw propeller which enables the boat to be driven by any one in it. Though unacquainted with rowing. This arrangement he claims will obviate the Chance passengers who May get away from a stranded ship finding themselves in a boat without oars having them without any one skilled in their use. The machinery takes up Little room is simple and efficient. The pastor one the Babylon l. I churches is quoted As delivering the following Brief but pointed discourse at the morning service for the Benefit the Dily dressed Young men who had been in the habit sauntering into Church late and leaving before the services closed a Quot for the Benefit the Young men who come into Hisch urch after service has commenced and leave before the collection plate is passed 1 wish to say7 that the hour service is eleven clock and the Benediction is pronounced by twelve. I would also remark that the style attire adopted by those Young men while perhaps very becoming is More suited for Tennis court Ball Field Bull fight than for the House property Worth 31,000.000 destroyed at Wilkes Barre a the death list numbers fourteen damage by severe storms in new York Franco and Switzerland. Wilkes Barre pa., aug. 21.�?the revised list those who were killed outright by tuesday afternoons storm and those who have since died shows Tho number fatalities to be fourteen. Ten persons received injuries from which recovery is almost impossible. A careful estimate places the number buildings demolished and partially destroyed at nearly 403, and some estimate that it will exceed this figure. The loss w7ill probably reach nearly if not quite $1,030,000, although in the present chaos no possible Means making a close estimate exists. The storm burst at half past 5 clock p. M. The Vulcan Iron works James Norris foundry and Tho Keystone flour Mill Felt the first Shock Tho wind dashing the heavy materials about like straws. The storm swept up main Street raising the buildings the West Side that thoroughfare. Every thing was touched with a heavy hand. The Beautiful Shade Trees were cast into the Street. Then it struck the handsome residences stores Green houses pottery works Etc., along main Street As far As Academy Street. The Western Edge who storm extended to the lower end Franklin Street and Dana place. Brick dwellings were a roofed and the upper stories torn away and some Wero levelled to the ground. South Maine and Franklin streets were completely blocked with fallen Trees roofs timbers and wire. Veering eastward Tho storm swept out Ross and Hazle streets then up South Washington Street extending As far East Ross Street As the Hazard wire rope works. It followed Washington Street wrecked St. Mary s Church then jumped to Tho Lehigh Valley depot the Jersey Central depot steam Aires a brewery and swept along the Railroad to five Points. Here it turned East and again swept up Pearl Street out by Baltimore Shaft no. 2, then dashed up the Mountain and spent itself in the Woods. Near the Delaware so Hudson Railroad Scott Street Wero houses occupied by the families James Mcginley and James Henagan. All the members those two families Wero at Homo while the fearful destruction was going powerless to do any thing for their safety. Both houses Wero levelled to the ground and Tho inmates were hold in the ruin by the debris. Mrs. Eliza Jane Mcginley aged about 28 years and the babes Sho held to her breast Wero crushed to death. John Mcginley aged 13 years was crushed to death. Mary Jane Mcginley a Little daughter was so severely Hurt and crushed that but Little Hope is entertained for her recovery. The family James Henagan could not be found in the ruins their Homo and fears Are entertained that they All perished. Loss life at other towns. Reports come from sugar notch a mining Tow n three Miles from Here that the destruction property is terrible and that fifteen persons were killed. At Parsons and Mills Creek four Miles from Here Coal Breakers in All directions have been More less damaged and the number killed will reach ten. Telegraph wires Aro Down in All directions and communication is shut off. It is feared Tho total loss life in Tho devastated District will exceed 100. The Cyclone seems to have taken an erratic course among the towns situated Tho Susquehanna River but nowhere has its effect been More terrible and disastrous than at Wilkes Barre. Reading pa., aug. 21.�?reports from different sections the county received show that tuesday nigh to a storm wrecked and a roofed a dozen barns and that the total damage will amount to $20,000 in this county. In Spring township this county the body William a. Steinart a Farmer who was buried under the debris Tho wrecked barn was recovered shortly before noon wednesday. 11 is neck was broken. He was buried underneath tons Hay and other crops just housed. At Kutz town this county James m. Schaeffer s House and barn Wero demolished. To and his family escaped uninjured. Rondout n. Y., aug. 21.�?the storm which prevailed along the upper Hudson and Interior counties wednesday night was the most severe that has visited this Section Tho present season. No less than six fires were burning at the same time caused by lightning. In the Hudson River fruit Belt the damage will reach $100,030. The Barber Asphalt company s works Are blown Down s. L. Brown amp Mammoth business Block Market Street containing ten wholesale stores is among Tho ruins the Murray Coal breaker was partially destroyed with heavy loss. Europe does not escape. Berne aug. 21. A a cd clone swept through the Canton staud wednesday doing an immense amount damage. Tho villages Lavallee and Loux were devastated and whole forests destroyed. Many persons were injured. The storm lasted three minutes. Paris aug. 21.�?the City Durex in the department Eure it Loire was swept tuesday afternoon by a Cyclone which Culi a wide Swath through one Section the City. At least 500 houses wore More less damaged and Twenty were destroyed. Tho loss is estimated at 1,000,000 francs. As far As now known no loss life occurred. The Farmers life. . Powderly questions the truth Tho new York Central manager statement that intemperance Aiu incompetency were the reasons for the discharge Tho knights labor. New York aug. 25.�?master Workman Powderly saturday night gave out another manifesto in the shape an a open letter to ii. Walter Webb this is Tho document a i see that you have at last ventured to break the Long silence that sealed your lips in relation to the causes which led to the discharge the fifty sixty employees Tho new York Central railway. Your alleged explanation is even less creditable to you than the silence it has broken and does not in any Way excuse the stand you have taken. Your statement is eminently worthy a Man who can see no cause for investigation in cases drunkenness incapacity breach duty and insubordination. Let me quota your exact words a the company has discharged men irrespective their membership in the order the knights labor for drunkenness incapacity breach duty insubordination and for Lack sufficient work to employ them and it will continue to do so whenever proper occasion a a the knights labor hate never questioned your right to take such action As is outlined in that statement. Our order is As much interested in the maintenance discipline As you can possibly be. You Are inordinately careful in the Eho Ico words for you to say a the company has discharged men irrespective their membership a Etc. You do not say the company discharged any one the fifty sixty whose eases Are in dispute. You May have referred to them you May have a 1 reference to the discharge employees who were forced out the service the company ten years ago and who did not belong to the knights labor. All these men have the right to know whether they were discharged for cause. You can net assert with any degree accuracy that anyone these men was dismissed for the cause you set Forth. You must depend Tho statements made to you by your subordinates your superintendents and John Briggs one those men . Powderly says is not worthy and a Tho poor labourers have to the Boss several dollars each month in order to win favor from the Man whose statements you lean when asserting that you have Tho right to discharge a Man for any one a dozen causes without telling him which one applies to . Powderly continues a i have yet to learn the reason Why your simple word based hearsay should stand unquestioned that it should have any More weight than that an honest Workingman. For from five to Twenty years the discharged men were in the employ the company you represent but it was Only when they joined Tho knights labor that you discovered that they were drunkards incompetent inattentive to duty. A you continue to Assort that there is nothing to arbitrate. Can you be so blinded by your associations and surroundings As not to realize that the travelling Public ought to know which these men is the drunkard which the inc Ltd Patent so that they May not tru to their lives in the hands such characters either in your service should you see fit to again employ them in the employ any other concern. In the Faeo the Plain statesmanlike words your Superior in office. Chauncey m. Depew you deny the right arbitration. Let me remind you sir that he does not did not sustain you in the position you have assumed. The first owners the Road were not averse to talking direct to the workmen. They relied them. They had Confidence in the men and that feeling was reciprocated by the employees. Then the corporation had the men and were in need Money now they have the Money and Don t care for the men. A men whose words i have never had reason to doubt make the statement to me that they were called up Bofo e their foremen superintendents asked if they were knights labor and when they frankly admitted that they Wero they were discharged. A it is not arbitration alone that you have to fused. First you have refused to arbitrate second to investigate third to face those men in my presence and to satisfy yourself whether your Foreman told you Tho truth fourth you have defied the Laws the state in ignoring the Board mediation and arbitration fifth you have infused to listen to the voice the Public which asks for simple Justice and cares nothing for the personalities either parties to the controversy and sixth and last you have shown that humanity has no claims upon you whatever. You have refused to satisfy the men whom you have discharged and that act will always stand to protest your claim to True manliness. A it. V. Powderly g. M. W., k. . Powderly was told that . Arthur stated that he had heard nothing the strike in an official Way but had Only read it in Tho papers and that he had not heard any engineers taking the place firemen. A course he would not hear such a thing a said . Powderly a but if Tho knights labor did any thing Tho kind 1 would very quickly hear it. Why his men would just As soon go to . Depew with their complaint As they would to him. All 1 want . Arthur to do is to declare which Side he is . Is he for the workmen for the corporation. When to know this we will know better How to act. It is an easy matter for . Arthur to Settle the doubting if he feels inclined to do Terre haute ind., aug. 25.�?Tho supreme Council the federation railway employees consisting three members each from tie organizations the firemen switchman brakeman and conductors met hero saturday to consider the question ordering a general strike the employees the Vanderbilt roads in sympathy with the striking knights labor Tho new York Central line. Chief Sargent the brotherhood firemen and president Tho Council made a lengthy statement the stat us Tho existing strike and a Long discussion followed it being Tho Drift opinion that the action the new7 York Central officials pointed to a determination to make War organized labor. It developed that there were questions As to the constitutionality the proposed action Tho Council and the whole Natter was finally referred to a sub committee three members to investigate and report to another meeting to he held today. The Farmer he leads a Happy life fits farm supports himself and his wife three sons two hired men and a . And the seven Kiis his daughter Sal. He rises up at the hour four and milks Tho cows and does every chore he goes afield and plows till his Back aches like it had a three foot crack right up the line the spinal marrow a a a and then he can take a turn at the Harrow. And when he has slowed and harrowed he sows and when the summer is hot he hoes. He also rakes and he weeds and p raps if the rainfalls right he gathers some craps and then he turns his craps into Cash and hitches the Marc to his old Calash and drives into town to buy some closes to carry his family through the snows. And All he puts their weary backs he pays for Cotton cloth 2 4c. Per so. Cd. To 40 per cent. For Cotton cloth 3 vie. Per so. Cd. To 40 per cent. For Cotton cloth 4�?~ic. Per so. Cd. To 40 per cent for Woolen ready made cloaks and other garments for women and children 45c. Per lb., plus 40 per cent for Woolen cloth. ,35e. Per lb., plus 35 percent for flannels knit goods shirts Etc., from 10 to 24c. Per lb., plus from 35 to 40 per cent. And Lor All Othor Man features Wool _ #5c. Per lb., plus 35 per cent. Tariff tax and if for his share Protection he begs. Mckinley will give him a duty eggs eggs eggs a duty eggs the old War Tariff is its last less when it has to Rev a duty eggs . The Farmers life is As a Rule. And Mckinley is certain the Farmers a fool. A puck. The Tariff Bill. The Alliance party. Creston s Blue grass Palace. Crichton la., aug. 21.�?creston s magnificent Blue grass Palace is ready for the grand opening to Day. The building As compared with the Palace last year is double the size and will accommodate twice Tho number people. Governor Boies who formally opens the Palace has arrived accompanied by his staff. Rare relics Antiquity. Recent discoveries among ancient tombs in Etruria unmistakably show 5hat dentistry was Practised As far Back As six centuries before the Christian Era. Several Tho skulls examined had false Teeth carved from those some Large animals while Many the natural Teeth had Gold tilling. Tin British museum has recently become possessed a chinese Bank note issued from the Imperial mint three Hundred years before the circulation paper Money in Europe in the first year one the first years the reign the first Ming emperor. The first real Hank in Europe was that Barcelona established in 1401. A coffin inscribed with the Date 1793 was recently opened in a grave Yard St. James Church Cle Kenwell and to the Surprise the workmen there was Little about th6 Corpse to show that it had been buried a Hundred years and not a few Days. Tho flesh seemed to have turned into a kind Wax. The body was that a finely formed woman thirty five. Tho features were perfectly distinguishable Tho Teeth were in place and the lines the body were firm and Clear. Wholesale massacre christians. London aug. 21.�?Tho news says that the situation in Armenia is daily becoming More deplorable. There has been a wholesale massacre christians at moosh. Minister Mizner heard from. Washington aug. 21.�?the state department has received a Telegram from minister Mizner saying that the Good offices and mediation the United states have been accepted by both Guatemala and Salvador. A basis peace will be presented at once. Three million a bushels Short. Chicago aug. 21.�?reports from 1,500 correspondents to the Farmers review indicate that the Spring wheat crop 1890 in Iowa Nebraska Minnesota and the Dakotas will aggregate 122,000,678 bushels about 3,000,000 bushels less than last years crop. W liked hard for Liberty. Sacramento cal., aug. 21. A four convicts escaped from the Folsom prison monday nig tit. They had pried up a slab Granite five feet Long two feet wide and two feet thick from Tho floor their cell then dug a Tunnel sixty feet Down under the Wall then up outside the Moat. The work evidently had taken months to accomplish. Fatal malady among calves. Bloomington 111., aug. 21.�?a fatal malady has broken out among calves in Woodford county. They froth at Tho Mouth and run about wildly until they fall dead. Foundered Lake Michigan. Racine wis., aug. 21. The steam Barge Monitor Chicago. Captain Rice from Pierpont mich.,with a cargo Tan bark and slabs foundered off the coast this City tuesday afternoon. The crew7 nine men and three passengers were saved after a terrible experience with the wind and Waves. After Drifting about two hours in a Small boat they were picked up by the Schooner Melitta and landed at this port. The Monitor was valued at $6,009. The president tuesday signed the Bill for the establishment a Militar Park at Chickamauga Snow in Pennsylvania. , l�?Ta., aug. 25.�?the temperature that was up in the eighties Friday afternoon changed shortly after Midnight and an Inch Snow fell. Tho Early freight trains both the Philadelphia so Erie and Philadelphia so Reading roads saturday were covered with about half an Inch the White article. Two Cincinnati murder. Cincinnati. Aug. 25.�?there Wero two murders Here saturday night. Charles White killed Boh Burley with a knife and de Mccarty a paroled Penitentiary convict shot and killed it Harl a Nettleton both in Drunken quarrels. Killo i a helpless infant. 1 is Moines la., aug. 25. A Robert Penticton and mrs. Roth were found in their apartments in a Drunken stupor by Tho police saturday morning and near them their infant child in Tho throes death with the Mark a Boot Heel its forehead. The two were arrested. Sunol trots a fast mile Chicago aug. 25.�?sunol did not deprive Maud s. her crow7n at Washington Park saturday but she added another Laurel to her Wreath by lowering her 4-year-old record 2 11 q to 2 six thousand persons were present. Ome things about which Republican organs girl Myers have nothing to Sav. It is not so vory Long ago that Tho Republican organs the North were making a great to do Over the attitude the Farmers Alliance in Tho South. They were extracting a Good Deal Comfort out the situation in South Carolina and out Tho general movement Tho part the Alliance in nominating now7 men for Tho various offices. They were predicting indeed that Tho Alliance was to be Tho wedge by which the South was to be divided and disorganized and they Wero so busily engaged in conjuring up this spectacle that they had no time to any attention to the movement the Alliance in the West and Northwest. The Groat trouble with the average partisan editor the North and East is the fact that to is densely ignorant the Drift and trend Public sentiment outside those who Are As partisan and sectional As he is and he seems to regard his ignorance As in the nature an accomplishments a phase special culture to he paraded in Public and to to proud . Facts and object lessons Are no importance whatever to the partisans and Section lists who edit the Republican organs. They seem to he utterly unable to appreciate the vitality the solid South they seem to he utterly unable to understand that the Unity the White people hero in the Alliance and out it with the Alliance and in spite it is above All merely political issues and that the people in order to preserve it and thus preserve themselves from negro domination under Republican manipulation will make any sacrifice and any Compromise. This is True All classes hut the partisan editors the North ignore this fact and pretend to believe that Tho South can to divided to the profit the republicans by the Ordinary political methods and issues. But their ignorance does not end Here. Whilo the Republican majority in Congress assisted by the organs have been hammering away at a Tariff Bill framed solely in Tho interests the monopolists and the manufacturers and intended As a bait for contributions to the corruption fund Tho Northern and Eastern Organ editors have wholly ignored the tremendous change that has been going among the Republic ans the West and Northwest the Tariff question. Tho papers these sections Aro full the subject. The alliances Tho different states have taken the matter up and in co operation with the labor organizations have made strenuous protests against a High Tari if. But it is chiefly by Means the Alliance that the reformation Public opinion has been carried . In Kansas Wisconsin Illinois and Nebraska the movement in opposition to Tho pet Detrino the Republican party has created a profound impression among the politicians but the Drift and tendency Tho masses Tho people have Boon entirely ignored by the Northern and Eastern organs and the new York Tribune to go no further is still nagging and abusing senators because they refuse to give merely a Hasty consideration to the Mckinley Bill. The Kansas senators Ingalls and plumb and senator paddock Nebraska have already demonstrated by their votes certain sections the Mckinley Bill that they have heard the news from Home. Tho 80,000 Alliance men in Kansas have already warned . Ingalls that to was sent to Washington to do something else besides making stump speeches against the South and recently the seventh District Republican convention the same state has adopted a platform endorsing . Blaine s reciprocity scheme and favouring a such reduction the Tariff As shall cheapen the products the factory and shop in ratio with farm Tho platform Tho convention absolves the nominee a from dictation Tho party caucus All economic Atlanta Quot institution. Practical economics. Its passage would mean a democratic Victory in 1893. The evening Post has repeatedly warned those Eastern Republican editors who Are loudly demanding the passage Tho Force Bill and the Mckinley Bill that they entirely mis apprehend the temper the Western republicans. We Aro glad to observe that Tho readers the new York Tribune have at last been permitted to get a hint the truth through a letter embodying a what a w7ido awake Republican observed in Tho Elijah r. Kennedy Tho writer this letter is Ono the most prominent republicans among Tho business men resident in Brooklyn and he has just returned from Quot Wisconsin where How had excellent opportunities for conversing with representative the result his inquiries As to Tho Force Bill is thus stated a there is not a very deep interest in the Lodge Bill. If it were now dropped nobody would to disgusted except such zealous partisans As will remain republicans in any event. Much Nitro might be said but i Content myself with stating a fact which i judge May to news in the As to Tho Tariff Bill . Kennedy explains that to went West with the impression that the republicans in Congress were quite Content to concede new York state to Tho democrats As a consequence the enactment Tho Bill in the shape in which it passed the House but that a the Bill was immensely popular in the agricultural states and would confirm our hold those he frankly confesses that he was the victim a delusion. A Well a he says. A i have talked with Tho Best judges the political situation in Wisconsin men also peculiarly Well informed affairs in the other Northwestern states and i deem it a duty to declare that the final enactment the Mckinley Bill in any thing Liko the shape in which it now stands will lose us the next Congress and will Render it next to impossible for the democrats to bungle and Blunder sufficiently to enable us to elect a successor to president . Evening la Ost. Death an la congressman. San Francisco 25.�?ex-con Gressman Horace f. Pago died Here saturday from a complication kidney. And heart troubles. He was born in Orleans county n. Y., october 20. 1833, and came to California in the fifties lie was elected to Congress in 1872 and served in the forty third forty fourth forty fifth and forty sixth congresses. He leaves a wife and four children. By the falling a scaffold at Baltimore md., Richard r. Faithful his brother Edward f. And William git Tings the latter coloured were probably fatally injured. The Pope Cardinal Newman. London aug. 25.�?the Pope has written to Cardinal Manning expressing sympathy Over Tho loss Cardinal Newman. In his letter the Pope says a i am deeply grieved at the departure a Man who by his learning his writings and his singular piety gave great s Lendor to the sacred College. I do not doubt that he has already received the Reward Lis Virtues. Nevertheless i will continue to Pray tar the repose hi3 blessed the reports the Baltimore so Ohio company for the later months the fiscal year show a slight decrease in aet earnings hut for the first ten months they Are $1,000,090 in excess last year Why Trio Mckinley Bill will furnish no Relief to tie people at Large. One fact in practical economics should be fully understood and that is that where a Tariff system is the chief Rouco a nation s Revenue and is properly arranged it will necessity give All needed Protection to the industries a country. In order to do this however a few essential Points must be carefully observed 1. All raw material that can not to raised in the country should to free. 2. Raw material rained within Tho country should never have More than enough duty to counteract Tho hindrances in our own production. 3. The Tariff should be As Small As possible upon things that enter into family living. 4. The highest taxes should always he upon luxuries and the lowest upon comforts. Observe these initial rules and it becomes an easy matter to so apportion the Revenue As to afford incidental Protection to All american industries. Unfortunately Tho tariffs this country Are so arranged As to ignore every one these foundation principles there is a Large list free material it is True but in most cases they Are Ripon things which do not enter largely into our own productions. The single prominent exception is hides and Thi it is proposed to remedy by the Irno is Tion a duty As proposed in the me Kinley Bill. The Pennsylvania manufacturers say a give us free ores and we will sell our Iron and steel in the Woolen manufacturers say give us free Wool and Dye stuffs and we can compete with England and Germany in the markets the world. With free Wool and Dye stuffs american carpets can be Mado As cheaply As they Are in Europe. Most these wools that Are desired free Are kinds that Are not raised in this country and the Dye stuffs Are not raised hero at All. The present Tariff is Square in Tho interest the manufacturer and against those Tho people at Large. The Mckinley Bill will furnish no Relief. A Chicago Glebe. . Blaine is opposed to any thing like free Trade but is very strongly in favor a enlarging our commercial when bans Schmidt Laid aside his Barbera skit and went to the Springs to appear As Baron Heinrich von Schoppen Ausen he was very much thought by those who did no to know him but to those who did to was nothing hut old Haes Schmidt a Chicago Globe. Notes and comments Tho reciprocity idea is spreading like a Prairie fire. It will be a hard thing to stamp out no matter who undertakes it. A Washington Rost a cheap clothes a declares . Harrison a make cheap somebody must have Given . Harrison his clothes. A x. Commercial advertiser. The time has gone by for imposing retaining Tariff duties which can not he defended grounds Public necessity general . Louis Globe Democrat rep Quay says the action certain Pennsylvania men in raising a fund to prosecute the new York world for Ibeling the senator is impertinent. It is More than that. It is cruel. It is knocking All the dignity out that mail. The republicans Tho Lacey Ommittee who think that the election frauds a Are looked upon As a jokes in Arkansas might learn something by ailing at Tho White House and asking How they Are looked upon by the blocks five in . Louis Republic. A republicans who Are crying out against democratic obstruction in Tho consideration the Tariff Bill should Bear in mind that several distinguished Republican senators Aro giving Tho democrats splendid Aid in their obstructive tactics with regard to certain features Tho . Louis Post dispatch. Tho remark senator Voorhees n his speech Tho Tariff to tin effect that it would be far cheaper for Tho country to 24,000 Idle men their a ago wages than tax every Square tin roof every dinner pail Tea pot and milk can simply to build up half a Ozen millionaires and enable them to give coaching parties to Protection Lead to and to found libraries from Tho Sav nos a fifteen per cent reduction the wages their working men has a great Deal truth in journal Commerce protectionist. To opinions Tho Tarlit Bill. By James g. Elaine. There is not a Section a line in Tho entire Bill that will open the Market for another Bushel wheat another barrel pork. By senator in Lumini. It looks to to a Good Deal As though some person interested in Tho rate duties had said a two do not care what the effect is upon the revenues that is not our concern nor our responsibility some Congress has got to meet that and in the meantime to want the Pound / trill not say the Pound flesh nominal d in the but and because there iras no Bond but they want the Benefit the Opportunity to he created and they have succeeded in getting it whereby their profits will be enhanced i will not say any thing now about the resulting Benefit to the country but whereby their profits will to enhanced and it is a very awkward condition things a very injurious condition things that has been brought about to Tho country. Harrison Ami i to Dominie. The deed by which that now famous cottage was transferred to the Harrisons reads a consideration $1.�?� if . Harrison has More recently paid $10,003 to Tho donors to Square himself As it were he is simply wasting i Money. Ail the Public wants to know him is that he would accept so costly a gift and from such sources. All which places . Harrison in Tho position Tho old scotch Dominie who dropped a shilling in Tho contribution Box thinking it was a has Penny. Iio tried to get it Hack and failed and then consoled himself with Tho muttered comment a ooh weel Tho lord la Gio to credit for a a no to wont a said the Parson. A a yes la got credit for tin has Penny be intended to put . Harrison will get no credit Earth in heaven for Tho $10,000, even if he has paid Herald. Quay still remains silent. Rudolph Blankenburg Philadelphia whose financial standing is quoted High by All the commercial agencies has written a letter to senator Quay offering to raise a sum sufficient for the prosecution in civil and criminal courts Tho newspapers which have accused Quay embezzlement Whilo state treasurer Pennsylvania. . Blankenburg says that he and other republicans Are smarting under these accusations against the Honor the chairman the Republican National com Rattee and a United states senator and they Desiro through Tho courts to vindicate their party loaders Good name. Senator Quay has not As yet accepted this generous offer to secure vindication in the Only Way that would satisfy the . The Iowa Campaign Tho Battle under which Tho republicans lost Iowa is again under Way with conditions unchanged. The situation can Best be described in a diagram As follows democrats it is an up Hill Road for Tho republicans a Down Hill path for the prohibit by zionists and Clear right Way the dead a Vel for democracy and Chicago Globe. Sizing up Tho strangers. Mrs. Chugwater Josiah these new neighbors ours across the Wray seem to to excellent people. 1 see they Aro advertising in this mornings paper that they have found a Gold handled umbrella which Tho owner can Havo by calling und proving property. . Chugwater suspiciously a any body that advertises to has found an umbrella and wants to find Tho owner is just a Little too Good. Keep Tho Coal House locked hereafter keep an Eyo the Chicago Tribune. Samantha and

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