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The Evening News (Newspaper) - October 18, 1887, Cincinnati, Ohio VOL. I. NO. 5. CINCINNATI, OHIO, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18,1887. ONE CENfiSTILL THESE!fdwderly and the Cleaeral Assenblf ^ NOTBM)WNOVERBY THE OPPOSITION’S HIGH WIND. B»rry uid Bailey will Probably Raelcii.FRIGHTFUL DISASTER.FtT« lira llllfd nd a Scort More or Lem Injared. FALli 6f a BUIIiDINO IN COFRSE OP ERECTION IN NEW YORK CITY YESTERDAY. MiifNEAPOLig, Minn., Octolier 18,—'Fhe trouble over the inhannoniouH Exeeutlve Board of the Knijichtg of Labor General A«* sembly wuasettleil, at lewt teraporaril.v, thi» afternoon by the vote of tlie Asseraldy, leav-iuKtbeoOioea hh they are. Ilia pretty well understood, however, that this is coupIe<^ with a demand for the resignation of Messrs. iarry and Bailey, of the Br>ard, and iinles* *mpliance is prompt there is danger of the trouble coming to the front again. W. U. Bailey made, at the forenoon session, a long speech in defense of his position, and charging various members of the Board with •undry irregularities. Jihn Hayes was charged with appropriating ftinds and being a political wire puller. Powderly had made a mesalliance with the Church of Rome. LUcbmaa had auppressed Important papers These gentlemen answered all the charges aatiifactorily, and Litebman hrougbt In evidence that Bailey and Barry had employed one DonnellytOi stenographer in the general office, as a spy, and that he has been smiding Bailey important papers since the convention opened. At the afternoon session a halt was called in the disimssion, and the .aubject of amending the constitution as proposed by the Com Mdttee on Law was taken up. The committee favored a change in theaection ^vidlng for officers, which was in aubstanue adding general Investigation, reducing the Co-operative Board to four members and dropping the Executive Board, which was, of course, to be provided for hi a separate sectfbn, giv ing the General Master Workman appointive power. Delegate Blaine, of D. A. 90, offered a aubstitute, which was the same as the original section, except that it ¡mivided for general investigation and for annual elections after 1888. This was kMt, and the recommendation of the committee was lost, and the section was finally allowed to stand with the simple addition (ff the office of General Investigator. The cmnilittee next reccan mended altering the following section so as to make the term of general officers one year, but this waa lost. Here a reeotntion* indorsing erery act of General Master Workman Powderly and the General Executive Board waa introduced and adopted.    * * Mary Hanafin recommended that a depart* mtlR of women> work be established under the direction ot the General Investigator, who should travdl as heretofore. Hhe should have as an aasiatant a woman secretary, who should have quarters at Philadelphia, and maintain a omrespondonce in the interest of woman’s work with all parts of the country. This matter was referred to a cmnmittee for eonsideration.    * The committee appointed to confer with a oommittee of the National Farmers’ Alliance reported resolutions favoring the mainte-nanee by both organisations of committees at Washington to look after legislation, these committee^ to work in oo-operation, and in oaeo either organization failed to appoint and maintain such a committee, the other is to support the actions of the committee already la the ffeld. There is now a hope among the delegates that the convention will adjourn on Wednesday. Many Invitations for next year have been received, but ladianaiwlis is likely to lead In favor, with a possibility of Boston being the plaue in cose a strong European delegatioa is promised. Hhmrtly before midnight It was given out officially that Mr. Powderly was satisfied with the ahtion of the conventktu, and that he would conUnuQ at the helm for the remainder of his term of office. Bailey also •gprsised himself to-night as being perfectly Laaatls. Abssk ntne tfilodk this morning Win. LaWfsact, a paHent «I LmigTirar A^lum, •ssigsd foomi the iastttntiofi. Ale Ihmlly llvs kSyeaaMre street, aa4 til* Phlioe were i to look oat for hte, 4 ». Nkw York, October 18.—A building in-tended for a paroebial school-liouse fell yesterday when half completed, and five men’s lives were cruslied out in tlie wreck. A score of other men were more or less injured. The school-house was to have been attached to the Mission Church of our l^uly of Mount Carmel, in One hundred and Fiftaentl» street, whose pastor, the Rev. Father Ktmer, was superintending the construction. This was carried on with zeal, but.was incompatible with safety in building operations. The responsibility for the disaster—it can scarcely be called an accident—is directly placed upon the Rev. Father’s shoiilders by the fact that he was warned of the dangerous features of his method of building, but persifited in them. That he had no appreciation of therlsW^ was running is shown by the fact that he was constantly in and about the building while the work was going on, and was one of those seriously injured by its fell. He was up at the top of the structure when it fell, and was dug out of the ruins very near to the body of a man killed in the wreck. A radical defecd in eonstmction waa in the length of the span of floor beams, which reached the wh(fie thirty feet across the buildiug withmit central support. The wall, originally sixteen inches thick, was in plofces cut down to only eight by recesses for bi^iiding in book eases. Too many window openings still further weak ened the walls. Twenty-seven men in all are believed to have been the entire force at work in the building. With a slight premonitory rumble and shake the structure went down with them. An instant later a cloud of dust and shapeless mass of Inlck and broken timbers lay heaped up in place of the towering walls and half-completed building. The dead are: John Durkin, laborer; Pagle GUoherti, Girolano Lauria, Antonio Mori, Henry Riintso. The injured: Frank Bannon, feactured leg; Dmninick Carter, internal    Dom inick Congrea, foaotured skull; John S. Conway-, iRjury to head; Guiseppe Curto, severe internal injuries; Florian Ifeum, slight fai-Juries to the head and arms; Thoma^Grogan, foactured leg; Bev. Father Kimer, botii legs broken, a contusion of the spine and severe internal injuries; Joseph Kieman, fractured leg; Martin Levy, fractured leg; Joseph Mann, severe injury to the head; Edward Walsh, severe injuries to the head; Robmrt Young, acalp wound.BEK BUTLER WUl Take Hold of the AMurohiata* Caae. Chicago, October 18.—Captain Black telegraphed to the Aiiieiter Zeitung from New Yoik yesterday that General Ben Butler had declared dlinself willing to assist counsel for the defense of the Anarchists in taking their case haft»e the United Statec Bupreme Court. Tlie Defense Committee of the Anarchists will hold a tpeoia^ meeting to consider the question of retaining the General, and, as one of the editors of the Arbeiter Zeitung said, will undoubtedly decid» It In fevor of Captain Blank’s proposition. Frank fftaubey, the Treasurer of tha committee, will tben bs in-•traeled to communicate with General Butter and to unrangs all particulars regarding foes, Ac. General Pryor, J. Randolph Tucker and General Butler will cost the oommittee, It la expected, 185,008. Kaw You, October I8.r--General Rngei’A. Pryor, CapUin Black, J. Randolph Tucker and Hoeof Baloaon, the ooiinael for the Chir cago Aaarohlala, will go to Washington to-mamar to taka the oaee hefore tha United Bnpmine Cogrt. Tbay Join 0en-teUer thmre. Qrairfil jPryor, GtrninhFIFTEEN $ Whoever oiiserves the condition of the Clothing trade <’By the Dawn’s Early (or any other bright)*Light” will find that Mahley A Carew are stifl thers I Well in the lead, as usual, with the XuA-ROmST I LOWmST ! BSST I ' VARIETY, PRICE, QUALITY, AND Oirea.test IBiasinessI The crowds of yesterday and Saturday told that story and told it weU. And they told, too, 'that Mabley & Carew keep their promise:—to sell any article or garment in their entire stock for a lower—mark the term, LOWER—price than same quality and make will be sold in ahy other store in Cincinnati. |15 will buy to-day, and until stm« close Saturday evening, chotee of over 3,000 Men’s and Young Men’s excelleiit Business and Dress Suits in Cassimeres, Worsteds, Scotches, Cheviots, Corkscrews, Ac., Ac., that we guarantee to be Better—BETrER, mind you—^its than are sold by any other house in Cinda-nati at |2, |3, or even $5 more money. We have nearly 100 different pattema to select firom, and it’s unneceeiafy te say that the choicest Suits are going fest. Our display of Overcoats at same price—115—is equal,'iu every reeped, to the great showing and splendid values in Suits.* MABLEY &CMW. LOWEST PRICES. Butler and Mr. Tucker will divide the onttory honors. H was stated yesterday that Colonel Roberto. Ingersoll will be retained to make an appeal to Governor Oglesby, of Illinois, in case the one at Washington is not successAiI.HARROW ESCAPES. Two R«llw»y Trains Have a Cloee Call. Adrian, Mich., October 18.—An east-bound passenger train on the Wabash, with a large number of passengers aboard, had a narrow escape from destruction last night. Just before the long bridge, near North Mor end, waa reached, the engineer made the discovery that the stnicture was on fire, aiid succeeded in stopping his train. A number of road men, who were on the train, extinga iabed the flames and repaired the bridge, and after a delay of two hours the train proceeded. It is believed that a deliberate attempt was made to wreck the train. Canton, Ohio, October 18-—Passenger train No. 7 on the Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and Chicago Railroad, going westward yesterday aftempoRt wee B»gg^ fi^e miles east of here, near Louisville, Just In time to prevent It from running upon a bridge, from which all the timbers bad been burned, leaving the rails without support, thus avoiding what would certainly have proved a terrible calamity. How the bridge was set on fiSe is a mystery. Trains wete delayed about two hours.THEY SPOKE, BY GEORGEThe SoelAllsts of New York H»M B ^ MeetiBff vti Ire Not-Clihkeá. Dayton. Ohio.    *    ' iniTOa KTININO NSWS. We have every ward organized and are or-* ganising the Townsbipa. The two (fid parties are uneasy. This is the hottest campaign this city has had fmr a long time. A. J. S. The VnloB hahor Party. SrXOIAt DISrAVCK TO TMS XVB»INO NKWI. Clbaxland, Ohio, October 18.—The Union Labor party Is booming hers. We will or-ganize every township. The wards are well orgaaised and new members Joining every evening. Over two thousaad tt the moae-meeting last night. Straek by a Train. About half-past five otelock this moralng Andrew Kunte, a former from Clough Creek, was orooring the pan Haialle Railroad at Peak street and Eiffiesioa avenuk In a wagon in -cooipany with hia' son Adam, a boy of twelve, . when the yaiB engine struck the wagon, completely demidlshlng It and throw-lag diit the oscruphnts, eoasiderabiy igjiiriag TBskoftsisei^lipQi^ -    - Nkw York, October 18.—About seven thousand peifions assembled in Union Square last night to protest against the action oí the police in dispersing the meeting of the fPro-gresslve Labor party on the 8th iast. The meeting was called under the auqfices of the Progressive Labor party, but many others not connected with the party were present. Two district orgsnizatisns of the George party, while passing on their way to tbs County . CoBvention, stopped in the Square and gave three cheers for free speech. The police arrangeqpnts were such as not to excite the Socialists. The squad in atteadaaos were kept in the rear of the cottoge stand, so that they could not see toe red flags which were waved triumphantly ih toe front of the speakers’ stands. Superintendent Murray was on hand, and waa assiated by Inspector St^rs aud Captains Allaire, Reilly, Ctinchy and Carpenter. A force of several hundred men were held in readiness differmit points around the Square without being obtrusive. Among toe prominent Socialist on tbeplqat-form were Editor Strevitoh and wife, Colonel Hinton and wif(^ Edward Goldsmith, George Block, Thaddeus B. Wakeman, Wm. Penn Rodgers and Hugo Vpgt. Chairman Sheintcb, opening toe meeting, BAjd, in rsferenoe to toe action of toe police at the previous meeting: ^’The clubbing was noha blunder. It was the outonme of a sys-temntio policy by toe scum which now ooa> trols American public life. Tliey should remove Liberty’s torch, and substitute for it a peliccmcm’a locust, typical of those wbe wield toe olpb with one band, and wring hlood-money Mito--tot ptosUtuto vdtfi.?iht other.”    '    - Colonel Hiaton toen prusntod n seriee sf resolutiona sfUiag forth tont the nctioa af the polleo tn etshWng eeB, weewnand chU-dren at tks mnsttof «• Octoher 8lh was ad the lewlt sjfTkM*"***''    «fyralzsfl ultemiit to    tnaUlnto    a relpi sf terror fiar '.mfMm of prUfeged claasto. It was, 'tBiliai^h’.jNwfividi to ptodge thslr meant, lyeHtiiéMlij If need he, tkeir Um in defonseorMMMhsk. Mrs. Hinton, Ptoif Mhtoto» itolT.e.Wafe»> »w site eiKfitodéí#
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