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t&Tlf ueu 7iir! MeiKj'ufdldnr iwii. or U ueii
; tnrenoliiflrttrflyennvfiili, plwwe rtrej) una note
tn that cffttlU
uiinnea r nzgcrniu is visiting rcinuvcs
, In .Lexington. .
, Rebert I. Dawsen of Cincinnati is here
under trcatment of Dr. Sbncklcferd.
Mrs. (II. K. Adarnsen and children nre
I ' 'ependjrjg the summer at Big Bene Springs.
, QoergcL. Cox and family returned
.'"vnntnrHtiv frnm tlinlr vllt In fllnn Knrlm.a.
y Railroad Commissioner C.
Isspending n few days here
Mrs. Daniel Gerheld and sister of Gin-
', clnnati nre visiting the family of Lnrinen
Rebert Hampton has returned home
'jiftnr n thrnn munllia cffll nf ltfa lirntlint'a
Miss Birdie Nichelson, who has been
the truest of Miss Snllie McDanlcl for the
past week, has returned home.
Miss Grace Hundley of Manchester has
leturued home after u visit te Mr. and
Mrs. W. B. Dawsen of the Fifth Ward.
" . Mrs. Lewis Holliday of Cincinnati is
visiting relatives here. Her friends will
be sorry te hear that she is in very peer
Misses Laura and Jenuie Petter, Ella
and Alta Stockdale and Mae Stephens
.spent Friday at the Zoe with Mr. and
Mrs. Pat Rooney.
Mrs. Rese E. Wilsen who has been
visiting Jesiah Wilsen for the last month
returned te her home iu Louisville this
morning, accompanied by her son.
W. V. Wikeff returned yejterday from
I Masen, 0., where he had been called by
"the serious illness of a sister. She was
somewhat improved when he left her.
0., has an annual buly pa
wants a Beard of
It Is said that Congress will adieum
An athletic club is te be eigankcd at
Samuel Stevens of
at the age of t'3 years.
Greenup is dead
ment has. begun work.
The construction of Somerset's street
railway is te begin at once.
The Homestead trouble is affecting the
iron workers all ever the country.
The convention of Christian Endeavor
Societies was adjourned Sunday night.
( Bud Lawsen killed his brother, Lafc
Lawsen, with a club near Morgautewu.
Beth were drunk.
. Colonel Reueut Williams has been
appointed Adjutant General of the Army
by the President.
Fn.vNK Stewart of Covington shot
himself in Uayden's restaurant, Cincin
nati, Tut net fatally.
James D. Hartley, a prominent Re-
Kjbllcnn, died recently at his home near
iverten, aged 05 years.
Anyone desiring sample copies of The
Weekly JVVw Yerk Tribune can get same
by calling at this ofllce.
The annual Convention of Ohie Build
ing Associations will beheld at Cleveland
August 10th, 11th and 12th.
It is said that produce trains run ever
the C. and O. from Chicago te Richmond,
Va., in thirty-two hours.
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GBenati O. Thomsen, one of the
pioneers of Kentucky, is dend at his
Jiotne in Hopklnsville He was 87 years
After throwing her pet deg into the
Cumberland river at Hyde's Ferry, be
low Kashville, Ida Huff jumped in and
The Seuth Covington Street Railway
Company has withdrawn its prepositions
'te the Council looking te a livo-cent fare
-between Covington and Cincinnati.
A statement prepared at the Pension
Ofilce shows that during the fiscal year
Just closed there wcre Issued 305,702 pen
sion certificates of all classes, as against
250,505 In 1801.
Owensuore's street railway system is
' te be extended, but Owensboro will net
be happy as long as Paducah and Mays-
vllle are ahead of it in having electric
, The settlement of the differences be
, tween Typographical Union Ne. 0 nnd
The New Yerk Tribune, in ado by a com
mittee, has been sustained by the printers
by a vete of 500 te 20.
Mn. Cleveland has written a letter te
' the President of the " Frances Cleveland
, Influence Club," objecting te the use of
his wife's name te designate clubs do de
signed te de political work
v -Mary Jane Rouinsen, of color, was
arrcsicu vcsieruav inernini; nv constable
Dawsen for heuse breaking. It is
claimed she has been breaking into the
houses of colored families living en
LlraesteDO creek. She will be tried be be bo
fero 'Squire Grant at 2 o'clock this after
General Jefin Watsen Fester is the
first Indiana man te becorae Secretary of
" State, and the ninth te held a Cabinet
ofllce. i He is Mid te be the euly man In
the" Natien's diplomatic history who has
held three missions of the first class.
President Grant sent him te Mexico,
j President Hayes appointed him te RumIe.
and Freidnt Arthur gave him the
KENTUCKY WEATHER REPORT.
What We May Expect Hetween This Tiuie
' and Te-morrow Evening.
T1W LEDdElfS WEATllEH SIGNALS.
ll'MIe streiuner faiu: ffluc -itAtrf or snow
With UlncH auevk 'twill WAitMRit Krew.
If lilach' IIKNGATII COLUKlt 'twill be:
Unless Itlack't shown no change we'H soe.
CS'-The above forecasts nre nimle ler n
period of thirty-six hour, ending at S o'clock
A nOSTOK 8VMPII0.NY.
' Acress the moorlands of the Net
We cliusc the KrcwMitne When
And hunt the Itnesi of the Wlmt
Through forests of the Then.
Inte the Inner consciousness
We track the crafty Whero;
We spear the Kire tough and benrd
The Erge In his lair.
With lnsses of the brain we catch
The Isness of the Was,
Ami In the corpses of the Whence
We hear the think bees buzz
We climb the slippery Which bark tree
Te watch the Thusness roll,
And pause betluies In gnestic rhymes
There are 700 patients in the Eastern
Lunatic Asylum nt Lexington.
Paul Maurer, one of Newport's eldest
and most respected citizens, is dead.
Tin: nieutli of
than its source
the Mississippi river,
is three miles higher
The Constitution of Louisiana permits
women te held any eillce connected with
Captain Tem Nelin will have charge
of the dining hall at High Bridge Oamp
meeting this year.
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Twelve members of the Senate have
been Governors of states, and five have
been Cabinet efllccrs.
At the last ineefing of the Lincoln Re
publican League Club of Newport twen-ty-flve
new members were taken In.
Five bales of cotton that were raised
in 1802 are te be en exhibition at the
World's Fair. These may be properly
classed among the works of the old mas
The Mayer of Covington has issued a
proclamation requiring the muzzling of
dogs. The police began last night dis
tributing buttons te kill off all the dogs
that can get their mouths en them.
The Lexington Baseball Club went te
Cincinnati Sunday te play the Mohawk
Browns of that city. The members of
both clubs weie nrrested and put iu the
Station-house for playing en Sunday.
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Samuel B. Crail has been removed as
Clerk of the United States Circuit Court
at Louisville, and Captain Themas Speed
appointed in his stead. Mr. Crail lias
held the position for twenty-five years.
The laigest grain olevator in the world
was built at Minneapolis Junction in
18S0. The main building is 33G feet long,
02 feet wide and 175 feet high. Its stor
ing capacity is 2,000,000 bushels of grain.
The C. and O. will put in a ferry at
Seuth Portsmouth fortheirown business,
in spite of the refusal of the Greenup
County Court te grant them a franchise.
They have Uken an appeal te the Circuit
Rememiibr, The Lkdeer prints "Help
Wanted," "Lest." " Found,1' and similar
notices net of a business character, free
of charge. The only thing we rcquire is
that the copy be sent in before 0 o'clock
en day of publication.
Cincinnatians natrenizcd Cenev Is-
laud and Silver Grove again Sunday by
the thousands. A crowd of a dezen can
take a keg of beer and go ever in the
willows oppesito the lower end of Mays
ville and have a heap mero fun.
A. L. Morten of Delphes. O., went te
Lima te take the geld euro for drunken
ness. Before he reached the institute he
was attacked by delirium tremens nnd
died. The newspapers were thus de
prived of a chance te attack the geld
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Link Dale, a railroad switchman, was
fatally injured whlle at his work In the
Southern yards at Ludlow. Dale was
coupling a train that was being made up,
and was caught botween the bumpers
when the two cars came togethor. His
ontire right side was crushed in, inflicting
internal Injuries from which the Dhvsi.
uiuraiiuy ue cannot rocevor.
jJIhe brlcklayers of this city have en
gtinized a Union and elected the following
President Oeorge M. Cllnger.
Vlco-l-resldont-II. W. Telfo.
FlnauclRl Secretary Jehn V. Day.
Cnrreapemllntr Secretary U. O. Ilalley.
Treasurer Jehn I). Fleming.
Berifwtnt-Bt-arrai Henry Miller, i
The Union starts with about twenty
members. O. G. Stahl of Covington
Installed the officers.
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MAYSVILLE, KY, TUESDAY, JULY 12, 1892.
C0UNTV COURT MATTERS.
Gleanings Frem the Pages of Hen. Themas
II. riiister's iiig Decket.
The last will and testament of Michael
Murphy was brought into court and
proven by the oaths of Rev. G. & Beuler
and Charles Frank. Eliza Murphy was
named as executrix in the will and quali
fied as such without bend. Atter his
funeral expenses and Just debts ate paid,
all of his property of whatever kind is
left te his wife, Eliza Murphy, te dispose
of as she may think propel.
The last will and testament of Themas
Parr was produced and proven by the
oaths of C. II. Parry and Jehn L. V, hlta
ker. Gabriella and Henry N. Parry were
named as executers without bend. The
will gives te his wife, Gabriella Parry,
one-third of all the land, together with
the. family residence. Alse all of the
household and kitchen furniture, two
horses, buggy and barouche and harness
belonging thereto. Te his four sons he
leaves the balance of his estate, both real
Samuel Bull, a colored inmate of the
Infirmary, 5 years old, was bound te O.
William Applegatc was released fiem
apprenticeship te O. N. Weaver.
W. II. Moere was appointed adminis
trator of M. G. Moero with James T.
Craig and Moses Moere as sureties. C.
M. Deverc, James T. Craig and G. W.
Osberne were appointed appraisers.
The hnndseme new Methodist Church
at Mt. Olivet will be dedicated next Sun-da-,
July 17th. Dr. W. T. Poynter,
President of Science Hill Scheel, Shelby
ville, will preach the sermon.
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The Sunday-school Conference of the
Maysville District will meet in the new
church at Mt. Olivet, Tuesday. July
10th, and the District Conference at same
place Wednesday aud Thursdav, July
iOth nnd 21st.
The cow which was killed en the C.
aud O. nt the Union street crossing a few
days age was buried by the railroad
bauds inside the city limits. They re
ceived prompt orders from Mayer Pearce
te remove the carcass.
Themas H. Carter. Commissioner of
the General Land Olllcc, lias found that
his official duties and private interests
will net permit him te serve as Secretary
of the Republican National Committee,
and he will accordingly resign.
Grcaltfl Offer of All
A Dailiiaiul Weeklii
A'eurixiperfer only I
fj je ii l car.
Ae there are many
who would ltke te
have a metropolitan
in wceKjy, we nave nr
n ranged te furnish
Yiirh "Tribune" at!
(3 n year. This
olier Is for yearly
subscilbers only, In
In another column
and send In your
jiarae nt ence.
In New Yerk City, according te the es
timate of The Tribune, there are 1.157
millionaires. Of these 201 made their
money in protected industries, 17 iu cat-tle-raisini:.
natented art cles. &c. 23
origin of fortune unkuewn, 910 iu unpio unpie
The Virginia Court of Appeal at
Wythoville has lefused a reheating of
the case of Bettie Lewis, the colored
woman In whose favor that tribunal
recently rendered n decision by whicli
she gets aver 100,000, giveu te her by
ncr wane latner
The meeting of the Army of the
Cumbeiland will take place September
15th and 10th at Chickamauga, the week
before the National Encampment, and
net after it, as at first announced. Re
duced rates have been secured en the
railroads, aud information received by
General Rosecrans Indicates a very large
attendance at Chickamauga.
American friends of Charles William
Riggln, who was killed during the ns
saiut upon the sailors of the U. S. cruiser
Baltimore by the Valparaiso rioters, will
be permitted te give him an American
burial en American soil, Iutcudente
Ronjuite has issued a permit for the
exhumation of the murdered sailor's body
in response te the request of the Ameri
It is whispered about that the manage
ment of the Chcsapeake aud Ohie Rail
way is thoroughly disgusted with the
petty anneynnces given them by the Cov
ington authorities and will, in the near
future, remeve their shops and yards te
Melbeurne, fourteen miles from Newpert,
where the company owns a large tract of
land. The injunction against the erec
tion of coal chutes and electric light
house plant nre among the provoking
causes leading ie tins uocisieu.
A free fight took place at a picnic at
the Carter County Caves. A man mancd
8trnw from Ashland was severely cut in
the back. The picnic party was corn
posed of mill men from the towns of
Irouten aud Ashland, aud as they had a
plentiful supply of liquors with thorn,
they seen began quarreling and fighting
nmeng themselves, te the coneteruation
of the mero quiet olemont who Immedi
ately left the 8C0110, and the disorderly
visitors fought among themselves for an
hour or two. Straw was removed te his
home sear Ashland. It is net thought
that his Injuries will mult fatally.
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n Innl BIlll TlC U'tC)
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H - -. W .i.M-lL
Lawrenceuure nlse wants a Govern
The July term of the Circuit Court be
gins this morning.
would like te catch.
an incendiary she
The eillce of G. W. Rogers is Ce. is
adorned with a new safe.
The Confederate Association of
tucky meets te-night nt Louisville.
B. Finley of Milldale was sent te Jail
for thirty days for beating his wife.
"General" Beeth talks of making n
Salvation Army tour of Amcricr.
Candidates Harrison, Reid. Weaver
nnd Bidwell were all born in Ohie.
General Lonestreet' shistery of the
civil war is about ready for the printer.
Mn. Blaine by letter heartily con
gratulates his successor, Hen. Jehn W.
G Ainu el Hauck of Newport has gene
te Germany te receive a big sum of
Judge Ira Julian of Franklin
is a candidate for Circuit Judge
There was net the usual crowd of
farmers in the city yesterday. They are
busy at home.
Miss Lucy Pattie is a candidate for
County Superintendent of Schools in
Tiie Mayer had the usual Monday list
of drunks and breaches of the peace en
his docket yesterday.
Congress has appropriated -350.000 for
a pedestal for a monument te' Geueral
Sherman nt Washington.
The Legislature of Louisiana has
passed a bill appropriating 30,000 for an
exhibit at the World's Fair.
Net a ticket was sold te a cake walk
which was advertised te take place in
Frankfort last Sunday night.
The quarterly exodus of these who arc
supposed te knew something has begun.
The Grand Jury meets te-day.
Secretary Lovejoy of the Carnegie
Company says that 2.000 men applied for
work at the Homestead works.
It is understood that Mr. Carnegie has
agents in Newport looking for men te
send them te the works nt Homestead,
says The Journal.
Vermin were se thick in the old iail at
Georgetown that while tearing it down
the workmen were compelled te step
work nnd burn them out betere they
The project of the new cantilence
bridge between Covincteu and Cincin
nati is net dead, says The Commenxcealih,
but merely nwnitihg the completion of
Called meeting of Friendship Ledge
Ne. 43, D. R. Wednesday afternoon at
2 p. m. All members requested te be
present. Maegie Powell, N. G.
Lizzie UulT, Secretary.
Ualstead, the 19-year-old son of Dr.
Geerge Cenner of Cmcinuntl.-while rid
ing ou n lead of hay en a farm near New
Richmond, O , slipped off, falling en the
tines of a fork and receiving dangerous
Judee Gresiiam is quoted ns saying.
"When Beb Ingersoll becomes a Christian
and Ben Butler forgives his enemies I
will consider the matter of accepting a
nomination en ether than the Republi
The Louisville Beard of Fire Under
writers has sent out circulars te in
surance companies aud agents elsewhere
begging them net te take risks at that
place, in order that the new schedule of
rates may lie enforced.
Messrs. J. L.Hukk and Charles Sharpley,
representatives of the National Advertis
ing Agency of Philadelphia, nre in the
city nnd will call ou our business men.
They are publishers of a city directory
that is te be used iu depots.
The Chesapeake and Ohie is ulrcadv
arranging for sleeping car trains te carry
the department of the G. A. R. te Wash
ington. These trains, of which there
will be a number nnd in several sections,
will be given preference ever all traius
en the read.
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The Senate is a great place for chums.
Beck and Allisen were such a pair, as
were Den Cameren and Butler, Vest and
Plumb, Edmunds aud Thurmau. An An
other uotable case of Congressional
Damen nnd Pythias is that of Tem Reed
nnd Bourke Cochran in the Heuse.
The Pittsburgher is the only American
citizen who doesn't want au efllce, says
The Courier-Journal. With all the fine
openings nt Pittsburgh for men who
would like te be Deputy Sheriff, there
seems te be net one sutllciently ambitious
te hunt the Sheriff and ask for a place.
General Stevenson. Democratic nom
inee for Vice-President, has rccelved an
invitation from cx-Prosident Clevelnnd te
bring his family te Gray Gables te spend
a week or se, and accompany him te
New Yerk, whero betli will rccelve for
mal notification of their nomination July
Tiie Western Union TelegraphCom TelegraphCem
pany has notified the state officials at
Frankfort thnt they must horcafter pay
as they go. The July suspension of pay
ment Is responsible for this, and, as
there is no money in the Treasury for
telegraph tells, the officials will have
te report te the malls.
Saturday afternoon, while Milten
Dixen, n twelve-year-old boy, was gather
ing blackberries en a farm near Ashland
he was shot, and, it is thought, fatally
wounded by James Justice, who lives en
the farm. The boy was leisurely picking
berries when Justice slipped upon him,
nnd, telling him te get out of there, fired
a shot from a revolver before the lad
could get out of the way. The bnll went
in through the lower part of his abdomen,
aud, it is thought, injured his bowels
Aiieut 10.80 o'clock Saturday night n
well-dressed man, apparently about 20,
entered the West Thirty-scvcnth Street
Police Station at New Yerk, and con
fessed himself a forger. He said he was
James C. Halleck, a student of the
University of Michigan, Ann Arber,
Mich. Last week, during the excitement
of the departure of the Christian En
deavor Delegates from the city, he was
seized with a desire te visit the metropolis
nnd take in the sights. Te satisfy this
desire he forged three orders en the
American Express for ?10.
Nearly 0,000 new money order efllces
will be the result of the recent order
which changes the rule governing the
crcntien of such etllces. Prier te April
last a PostelHce must have n revenue of
at least 250 before it would have the
right te issue money orders. Then it was
the rule that efllces be given this privi
lege when application was made by the
Postmaster or citizens. But new any
elllee having receipts of net less than
?200 is made a money order efllce with
out preliminaries. The extension of this
system te small towns is believed te be a
great public convenience. At the close
of the last fiscal year there were some 10,-
uw money order euices m existence.
H. Garman, of the Stnte College, Lex
ington, has been authorized by the Com
mission te prepare nn exhibit of the
plants and insects of Kentucky for the
World's Fair, and would be pleased te
receive contributions of specimens from
collectors, teachers aud ethers interested
in these lines of natural history. Full
credit will be given en labels for all ma
terial se contributed. Lecal collectors
who have specimens which they are wil
ling te lean for the Fair are requested te
write te him for further information.
The mere characteristic plants and in
sects of localities are especially desired.
They may he sent fresh or after being
prepared for the cabinet. All hei barium
specimens of plants must be suitable for
mounting en sheets of regulation size
UHXIGJ inches )
Attrntiuu Kulgbts uf St. Jnhu.
Yeu nre requested te meet at yiur
hall this evening promptly at 7.30 o'clock.
Business of Importance.
Geerge F. Brown, President.
Themas McNamara, R. and C. Sec'y.
The services of Rev. I). Lee Aultman
of Cincinnati aud Rev. Lewis Curtis, D.
D., of Chicago have been secured te
assist iu the meetings at these noted
grounds. All cottages have new been
taken. The Beard has a few rooms re
served te accommodate persons who de
sire te nttcud the meeting for n few days,
aud these rooms will be furnished and
will rent for SI per day or 75 cents per
day for the term of the meeting. Any
one desiring same write te
I. M. Lane, Maysville, Ky
Dc.ith of lleury Hutiliaril.
Henry Hubbard, whose serious illness
has been noticed in this paper several
times during the last few weeks, died ves
terday at his home en West Third street,
at jus't twelve o'clock uoen.
Mr. Hubbard was born in Fleming
county, but most of his life has been
spent in Maysville, where he has long
been known as one of the leading mer
chants iu tailoring His store for many
years has been en the West side of Court
Mr. Hubbard was a geed citizen in
every sense, quiet nnd unassuming, he
commanded the respect and esteem of all
who had the geed fortune te knew him
He was seventyone yers old and leaves
a wife and eight children, four daughters,
Mrs Mess Sidwell of Minerva, and Mrs
II G Wells and Misses Daisy and Bettie
Hubbard of this citv, and four sons O
F. and J. M Hubbard of Oakford. Ill .
and Charles and Edwaid Hubbinl of
The fuueral will occur from the famil
residence en West Third slrcet te-morrow
afternoon at two o'clock Interment in
hvuturLy Fair ami TreN.
The following list has been carefully
arranged fe The Ledger. Any omis emis
sions will be cheerfully supplied upon
Slielbj vllle, Julj 1.1th three daj .
Richmond, July 19th four day.
Eminence, July 'JOth tlve days.
Harrodsburg, July 2t!th sl da) s.
Danville, August 2d live days.
Sharpsburg, August uth live da) s.
Nlchelasrllle, August ltith flve dnyn.
JJaysvllle, August Ski tlve days.
Lexington, August yeth live days.
Paris, September 0th tlve days.
Winchester, Soptembor 13th tlve days.
Cynthlana, September 20st lour days.
Mt. Sterling, September "iTth three days.
Hustenville, July Uth two day.
Lancaster. July 15th two days.
Versailles, August 2d flve days.
Columbia, August lth four days. .
Sprlugtlcld, August th four days.
Lawrenceburg, August 0th three days.
CampbellsvIIIe, August lOth-ieurdays.
Unlontewn, August lfith flve days.
Lebanon, August 23d four days.
Hendersen, August -M tlve days.
Londen, August 2Uh three days.
Alexandrla, August 30th Ave days.
Franklin, August aitli flve days.
Hewling Green, September Hth.
Ilanlstewn, Soptewber (Uh-tlve days.
Maysllek, (cel.,) 8optember "tU four days.
ElUabothtewu, September lUth-reur days,
Mone Cave, Soptembor SOtti Tour days.
Hartferd, September 9Bth four days.
Owenten, Ootebcr 4th flve days
AU the above meetings have trotting
contests, theso at Maysville being
'CRISIS PAST. '
V- 1'r?-j'j . urni ViL t d. 1 TSIE
iis riiunui yui iiiu tiuujja oei ; ;m
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White Wings of Peace Hovering Over
the City of Homestead.
Th Ueya In Dlue Will Da Jellied Oat at
Sight Special Police of 100 Selected
Frem Mlll-Werkera te Protect
the SeldUra Frem Insult.
Homestead, Pa., July 12. The mi
litia U te be received with open arms
by the mill-workers, and a special po
lice, 100 strong, has been selected from
the ranks of the strikers themselves te
eee that no indignity is offered the uni
formed troops of the state by any of
the Injudicious or het-headed work
men. The efficacy of this policy was
demonstrated within a half hour after
the adjournment of the mass meeting ,
Monday afternoon, by the prompt ar
rest and escort te the lock-up of an In
temperate striker wb,e questioned the
wisdom of receiving the militia esn
friends and brothers and killing' the
fatted calf in their honor.
The power of organization was never
better exemplified than in the graceful
unanimity with which the iron workers
Monday afternoon accepted the sug
gestions of their leaders, and decided
that the troops should be received as
friends and net as fecs,'and that, In con
trast with the reception te the hated
Pinkertons, the militia should be wel
comed by the triumphant blast of trum
pets and the music of the bands. Te
all but the pessimist the conclusion is
irresistible that the crisis is passed, and
that Homestead will knew hostilities no
mere se long as the military of the
state is en the ground, and there is no
attempt te smuggle the Pinkertons Inte,
the works. Most people have concluded
that the Pinkertons have satiated their
warlike spirit and are net likely te pre
mlni fnrtlipr Mrv1hivl ttr n.ttranttnir .
te occupy the works. Indeed, theV
strikers regard the advent of the troops)
as the surest Indication that the privatei
militia of capital will Invade Home
stead no mere, and much of the success,
of Monday's meeting was dae te the be
lief that the 6t& te militia was ordered te
Homestead as much te prevent the,
bloodshed that another visit of thej
Pinkertons would provoke, as te quiet!
the present disorder in the iron regkm. I
The mass-meeting Monday afternoon
was a mct significant one, and its de
velopments were awaited with intcnw
Interest by the citizens en the outside. I
The meeting was attended by about
5,000 people, and in this nnmber was;
about every one of the number whei
shouldered a musket and fought the
Pinkertons in the bloody battle of last
Iturgcss MoLuckie presided and al
though burgess of Homestead, he is ene
of the most prominent leaders of the,
strikers, and shares with Hugh O'Don O'Den
nell a great influence ever these sturdy
workmen. On taking the chair the
"The object of tals meeting Is te take suitable
jcilen for a reception te our friends, the mill
tiry, who will orrlTe here In a day or two. The '
general Impression Is abroad that the military
peeple are a dangerous people. This Is a mis
take: and In order that the dignity and honor
thnt they ee nobly and faithfully represent
should net be Insulted, we nave coma here te
take whatever action we may deem feasible te
prevent that calamity. Wc want te arrange for
a reception one el the kind that the military
has never thought of, Laughter. '
"We want our people te a man in fact, every '
man, woman and child In this town te welcome
the military with open arms, because, Just as
true as we stand here, I pledge you my Judge- ,
ment that this Is one of the best steps that'
could possibly have been taken for our people i
this culling out of the military. I want te say ,
te you that 1 think this man. Gov. Paulsen,
is acting wisely and Judiciously.. He understands
sur cause and he understands our position; se
does the entire civilized world. Ha Is a Just
man and uill net cater te monopoly,
and a man who will net permit the ,
troops of this state, the servants of the i
people, the defenders of the dlgnltyef the com
meu wealth, which Is ours, and as near and dear
te us eh any human being that Oed ever let
brcnthc I say Rebert E. Pattlsen will never
permit an outrage te be perpetrated up a peo
ple such as the people of flemcstead and this
surrounding community. Great applause. It
is ale an evident fact that that unwaihed horde
of IMnkerten ptople are again mobilizing their
force that Is e Idect te enr govorner. He
dorxnetwantany bloodshed here, and he knows
by your notion of the past that if that unclean
horde strikes mir shores there must be blecd
1 de net want the mobilized representative
that may put In an appearance here te be In
ulud bv even a hoot or a heu ler the least In.
dlcatler. of displeasure. L ter one, stand here
and vu that If any man is Indiscreet enough te
de an ait en that kind In this emergency he
Kheutri no taken te the river and be ducked
und I will be one te help de It "Geed! Geed"'
and .jpplause. Yeu are net going te Interfere
with our best interest, se our ducking commit
tee 111 scarcely be necessary te be appointed
at this mci'ttn?. Laughter.
A brawny mill-worker jumped te his
feet, und with great seriousness moved
thnt any man who should be foolish
enough te eiler any Insult te the troops
when they come be immediately there
after taken te the river and ducked.
The motion prevailed by acclamation,
and the 100 special policemen wcre sub
sequently instructed te carry it out te
the letter. It was also ordered that a
committee should be appointed te in
form nil mill-workers net present that
such action had been taken.
"New, gentlemen," resumed the bur
gess, "our plan la te get out every band
In Homestead." Great applause.
A man, representing the musicians,,
sheuted: "I am authorized te say that
the bands have already volunteered
their services," and again there was
The president of ench ledge was In
structed te make proper preparations
for the ceremonies, and the burgess an
nounced that be would ascertain ex
actly when the military was expected,
and glve notice of its approach by town
The Hterl Company te l'reiecute.
PiTTsntinmi, July 19. It is announced
en what is considered te be geed
authority, that the Carnegie Steel Ce, is
about te begin prosecution against the
leaders of the Homestead riot for con
spiracy and murder. The company in
aid te have retained several of the bit
criminal lawyer of Western FemMyV ..1
7ania, rtnd instructed thorn te NwttttiM
preecedlRjft at enee.