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Til K A ICG US. T II U USD A. MAKCH 30, 1893.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
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All Railway Laborers to Pool
GREAT LABOR MOVEMENT OS FOOT.
Arthur and Banner Agree on the Subject
The Chlet Engineer Talk of the Aon
Arbor Ca.e What the Decision Is Like
ly To Be The Clothing Trade Trouble
at New fork Taken Into Court World'
Pair Carpenter Embrace an Op port a
TOLEDO, March 30. Grand Qtaief Arthur
lift here vesterday. Before leaving he said:
"I have spent more time over this trouble
with the Ann Arbor than I have over diffi
culties with roads where the grievancerof
the men were greater and where hundreds
and thousands of men went out on a strike,
but I never met with such peculiar circum
stances. The questions that have been
raised through this strike are, of course,
new and of great importance to ourorgaai
gation. It makes but little difference to
me whether or not the court grant this in
junction. I will obey the law in every in
stance. Tut. It All on the Men.
"I have Hi ways made it a point to do-so,
and shall obey the order of the court if it
makes the injunctiun permanent. The
laws of the brotherhood are not made by
me, and I have no authority to come and
give orders through their provisions. Boy
cotts are not made by me, bat it is the men
who do the work on 'the railroads that do
the boycottiags and make them effective.
I have nothing to do with it, and if the
court desires to issue injunctions and have
them observed it should issue them on the
men who do the boycotting, and not on
those who have no authority in the mat
ter." What I. Kxpected of the Court.
In spite of what Arthur says it is the
general opinion of railroad men who heard
the evidence iu both oases that the court
will make the injunction against Arthur
ordering a boycott on the Ann Arbor per
petual and' that it will release the men
charged with contempt on technicalities.
The men have concluded that, no matter
what decision Judge Kicks shall announce
next Monday, they are justified ia de
manding that their brothers be given their
former positions. The result in case of
refusal was not considered because the
men expect there will be do refusal.
NEW RAILWAY FEDERATION.
DOINGS OF ILLINOIS SOLONS.
Ramsey Say. It Will Include All Claw.
of Railway Men.
CHICAGO, March at. D. G. Ramsey,
grand chief of the order of Railway Tele
graphers, who was in Chieago yesterday,
said: "I have been in consultation with
CnieX Arthur ana 1 can say that there ia a
movement on foot to organize a new rail
way federation. Mr. Arthur fully sees the
need of new federation, especially since
the trouble on the Ann Arbor road. The
new federation, will be composed of all
classes of railway employes from engineers
to boilermakers. A strike cannot be or
dered by any one organization without the
full consent of all the other orders. "
Went Back on the Agreement.
Chicago, March 30. Lnion carpenters
have Berved notice on a number of bosses
at the World's fairgrounds that after next
Monday they must hire none but union
men. The organized carpenters threaten
to quit unless all aon-union men are dis
charged. The excuse is that it will
strengthen the carpenters' union, because
rather than have a strike the bosses will
require all non-union men to join the
anion. This is a complete repudiation of
the agreemtut made with the fair man
agers two years ago.
Following the Toledo Plan.
New York, March 30. The Clothing
Manufacturers' association served sum
mons yesterday compelling the leaders of
the United Garment Workers and the
Federation of Labor to appear in court
and show cause why the organizations
should not be restrained from boycotting
their former employers' goods. The de
fense asked a postponement, which was
granted for one week on condition that
the issue of boycotting circulars shall
' Supplanted by Italians.
Springfield, O. .March M). Contractors
on the extension of the Ohio Southern rail
way yesterday began to discharge old em
ployes, supplanting them with Italians.
There is considerable feeling and some fear
Struck Against Their Own Safety.
POTTSVILLE, Pa.. March 30. A concise
order which was issued at the Oakhill col
liery, Minereville, compelling the miners
to use safety lamps has caused a strike
among the men, which virtually closes the
collieries. Abont 300 employes are idle.
Typo. Want Bigg" Wages.
Cincinnati, March so. Typographical
union No. 4, will present a new scale of
wages to the local publisheis. An increase
in wages and shorter hoars will be de
manded. What Bwonei of M Balance?
Boston, March 30. The contest over the
will of the late Jonathan Mann, of Milton,
has been ended by a compromise. The
testator left an estate valued at $150,000,
and directed that various large sums be
used to erect a temple of granite to that
Christ who was born of woman, the estab
lishment of an industrial school and home
to cure inebriates. Brothers and sisters to
whom he left very small sums of money
and promissory notes over forty years old
will receive under the compromise $33,000
and other claimants $22,000. . .
Deatb of m prominent Odd Fellow.
SAX FKANCiBC.MAwb SO-.E. D. Farns
worth, ex-fcrand sire of the grand lodge of
Odd Fellows in the United States, died in
this city yesterday, aged 75 years.
Pushing the Reapportionment Bill Antl
Fool Bill Pa.ae. the Houe.
Springfield. March 30. Berry's anti-
pool bill was the special order in the senate
yesterday, but the matter was postponed
to April 6. because the bouse bill would
probably be in the senate by that tims
The senatorial apportionment bill came up
next and a motion to postpone to April 8
to give the Republicans time to prepara
amendments was lost by a party vote.
Then the Republicans offered amendments
which were promptly voted down. The
bill was then ordered to third reading and
made special order for April 6, a motion
mode to reconsider and that motion laid
on the table so as to clinch the matter.
Nominated by the Governor.
Governor Alttrehl sent in the following
nominations: Reddick M. Ridgely, of
Springfield, member board of trustees
Hospital for the Insane. Jacksonville.
Trustees of the Southern Xormal univer
sity, Samuel W. Dunniway, of Carbondale;
W. iV Ward, of Benton: Edward Baugh
man, f Olnev; C. W. Bliss, of Montgom
ery county; J. W. Terry, of Kdwardsville.
The bill authorizing railways to consoli
date to form an interstate line was passed
as was that requiring the fact that a
child's eyes are weak to be notified to the
health officers within twelve hours after
its birth. The bill giving women the right
to vote at certain elections was made
special order for April 5.
What Waa Done in the Honor.
The first thing on the house calendar
was the Burr anti-pool bill, which prohib
its pool selling anywhere and goes into ef
fect as soon as the governor signs it. It
was passed 124 to 8 the negative votes
being: Carmody, Carson, Dearborn,
Drury Jones of Green, Smith of Macon
Sncdecker and Wiwi. A friend of the bill
gave notice of a motion to reconsider in
order to have control of that motion. An
attempt to reconsider the vote by which
the proposition to abolish Chicago jus
tices' courts was rejected was defeated.
Governor Altgeld's message recommend
ing the abolishment of certain boards was
referred. The compulsory school bill then
came up and the proposition to strike out
the elementary school clause was carried
by a . strict party vote Democrats voting
aye with the exception that Muir, Thie
mann and ilke. Republicans, voted for
the striking out. Republicans the fili
bustered until the Democrats asrrced to
postpone the bill for two weeks.
Lansing, Mich., March 30. The senate
yesterday passed a bill to create a separate
board for the school for the deaf at Flint,
Bills were passed in the house to legalize
the use of the Rhines or any other kind of
voting machine; increasing the salaries of
the judges of probate in Houghton and
Marquette counties and amending the tax
law of the state so as to compel banks and
other corporations to pay taxes upon their
capital stock without regard to mortgages
held by them. The house defeated the bill
to prohibit persons from walking upon
Evidently Not Reconstructed.
Madlsox, Ga., March 30. Charles M.
Furlow, editor of the local paper heie. was
fined $40 by the mayor and the result is a
big sensation. It seems that a colored
washerwoman could not have a satisfac
torytunderstandiug with her employer. Fur
low passing by as the colored woman was
talking in a manner thatseemed impudent
to him; he turned in, as he says, '-and ad
ministered a slight castigatlon, as any
southern gentleman has a right to do." The
result will tje a bitter fight to defeat the
mayor for re-election.
The late James G. Blaine left two grand
sons, both named after him, one the son of
"Young Jim Blaine" and Marie Nevins,
and the other Emmons Blaine's son. Both
these boys are in poor health at this time.
The Persian Jew Hanucah, who was uu
der arrest at Chicago on a charge of having
swindled people out of $300,000 while pass
ing as a collector for a Jewish relief fund,
has been honorably acquitted of the
Obituary: At Augusta, Ga., Banker
John Li. Woods, of Cleveland, aged 73. At
New York, Colonel Joseph O'Flynn, aged
54. At Rockford, Ills., Mrs. David For
berg. Banker Jacob Seligman has been granted
a divorce at Saginaw, Mich.
Two judges for one bench is the cuiious
position caused by the appointment of W.
H. Seaman as district judge at Milwaukee.
Judge Jenkins, who was appointed to the
circuit bench, has not yet resigned and will
not do so before the end of the week.
St. Barnaby's Protestant Episcopal
church, of Baltimore, Md., was entirely
destroyed by fire. Loss, $00,000.
Postmaster Dufl'us, of Fort Madison,
la., has been relieved of his office, a short
age of IU93.72 having been discovered in
Peter W. Person, an Omaha lawyer, was
murdered in his bed in his stable office.
An employe, who is now missing, is sus
pected, and "Dick Gifford, one of Person's
chums, is under arrest far complicity.
Marion, 111., was visited by a fire that
consumed an entire block of buildings and
contents, stores, saloons and restaurants.
Loss, over $50,000; insurance, $13,000. The
fire was incendiary.
Oakland, Ills., is worrying over the dis
covery of a case of leprosy. The victim,
a white man named Allison, married but
a few weeks ago and the bride will have to
go into quarantine. Allison's ffiesh is
sloughing off and he is as spotted as a
The Rt. Rev. Bishop William Ingraham
Kip, of the California Episcopal diocese, is
reported to be dying at his home in San
Willis Jordan, of Jackson county. Choc
taw Nation, was called to his door Sunday
night and riddled with bullets. Jordan,
who is a full-blood, was married several
months ago to a white girljagainst the wish
of her brother, who swore that the honey
moon would be short
A white man of Carroll ton, Ga, has forty
children, and a "colored man in the neigh
borhood has been married three times and
has forty-three children. -
(r. 0. M. TOO HASTY
Deliberate Opinion of the
Duke of Argyle.
HIS L0BDSHIP WHITES A LETTER
In Which Be Credits Gladstone with Im
petuosity and Fanaticism Provisions
of Another Mea.ure for Iri.h Relief
How the Alabama Came to Get Away
A Woman In the Case A French Act
ress Indulges In a Gory Matinee Bls
London, March 30. The duke of Argyle
sas written to Mr. John S. Finnigan, of Bel
fast, secretary of the County Down Consti
tutional association, regarding a resolution
passed by the association. "With great
wisdom, as I venture to say, your resolu
tion passes very lightly over the ' mere re
Iigious uimculties and dwells entirely on
the danger that threatens everything that
the British people value most life, liberty,
property, commerce and every kind of in
dustry: I consider the baste with which
Mr. Gladstone is pressing a vote on the
most enormous changes in our constitu
tional system on the strength of a purely
Irish majority an exhibitions of impetuous,
unscrupulous, fanaticism such as has
never before been shown in the political
history of the country.' In a postscript,
the duke adds that the power to regulate
the internal taxes would certainly be used
Relief for Evicted Tenant.
The evicted tenants' bill, which em
bodies in substance the recommenda
tions of the evicted tenants' commission
same up in the commons yesterday. The
bill provides that a land commissioner
should be appointed to settle disputes,
and when arbitration failed the commis
sioner should determine reasonable terms
on which the tenant might purchase the
holding and liquidate the arrearages of
rent. Other clauses provide for assistance
to the tenant in stocking his home when
he has a substantial interest therein and
for the meeting of other contingencies re
garding the property. The bill was op
posed by the Liberal Unionists, and Mor
ley admitted that it was objectionable in
some particulars. Sexton said the had
features could be eliminated. The debate
was then adjourned.
The Escape of the Alabama.
Sir Henry James, as confirmation of bis
contention that the escape of the Alabama
arose from delay in forwarding official
documents, publishes an interesting letter
from Henry Marshall, an intimate friend
of the late lord chief baron. Sir Fitzroy
Kelly, who, speaking to Marshall, declared
that the escape was due to the action of the
crown counsel's wife, Lady Harding. The
documents had beeu sent to Harding's
country seat, .Monmouth, where his wife.
desiring to conceal the fact of her husband
becoming insane, kept the Alabama docu
ments four days. Loping her husband
would recover. An urgent government
dispatch compelled her to reveal her hus
band's condition and return the documents
which, however, reached the government
law officers a few hours too late.
FRENCH ACTRESS ON THE RAMPAGE.
She Spoil, the Beauty of a Rival Who Dis
Pabis, March 30. During the play at
the theatre De la Gaite last evening Mile.
Mealy, one of thcactresses, invited Mile.
Jeanne Richard, another actress, to call
upon her in her dressing room. Mile. Rich
ard supposed that Mile. Mealy gave the in
vitation out of pure friendliness and after
the last curtain hastened to the dressing
room. The moment she entered Mealy's
maid sprang upou her and threw her to the
Waa Bent on Revenee.
Mile. Mealy then caught Mile. Richard
by the throat, drew a file from her pocket
and began lacerating her face with it.
Mile. Richard's screams brought other
members of the company to the room and
they rescued her, but not until her face
was raw and covered with blood. After
Mile. Richard had been removed. Mile.
Mealy explained that her purpose in mak
ing the attack was to avenge herself for
disparaging remarks made about her char
acter by Mile. Richard.
Condition of Prince Bismarck.
Hambikg, March 30. Late news from
Friedcrichsruhe, Prince Bismarck's coun
try seat near this city, reports that the ex-
chancellor is still suffering intensely from
the attack of rheumatism which seized
him a few days ago with unusual se-
vereness. Count William, his second son,
has arrived. Princess Bismarck, who has
been ill for the past two years with rheu
matism, is prostrated with grief. All prep
arations for the 78th birthday celebration
on Saturday have been temporarily aban
Choee Another Spurgeon.
LOXDOX, March 30. A special meeting
was held at the Tabernacle church yester
day and the meeting passed by a majority
of S,0uO a resolution that the Rev. Thomas
Spurgeon be invited to officiate in the pul
pit for one year, with a view toward be
coming the permanent pastor of the con
gregation, to succeed the great Spurgeon.
He is the son of that noted pulpit orator.
Took Andrlenz at Hi. Word.
PAKI8, March 30. In consequence of the
declaration made by Andrieux before the
Panama parliamentary committee of in
quiry that be would arrest Alton within
the month if the government would place
a policer office at his disDosal. Minister
Ribot, taking him at bis word, has as
signed him Special Commissary of Police
Clement for that purpose.
Cholera In GaJicia.
Vienna, March SO.-Cholera has ap
peared at Zalosce, a market town of Gali-
cia. fcvery attempt has been made liv the
town authorities to check the disease, but
despite their efforts it is spreading. Three
deaths from cholera have already occurred
and a number of cases were reported yesterday.
Pen.lon for Renan. Widow.
Paris, March 80. The chamber has de
cided by 290 votes to J 67 that a life nension
of 6,000 francs be given to the widow of
the late Ernest Kenan.
All Quiet but HoV at Antlers. '
Pa BIS, Tex., March 30. Antlers is very
quiet, but all are in an expectant state.
The militia has gone away and, it is re
ported, disbanded. Locke ia at Antlers
with a few trusty men and says he will
not leave. There is a atrotur belief that
the town will be burned, and it is believed
that the militia will make another raid
a Locke at tha first opportanltv.
Sueeeaaor of Henry Cabot lodge.
Boston, March 30. Speaker William F.
Barrett, of the Massachusetts house, will
succeed Henry Cabot Lodge in the national
house, the results of last night's remaining
congressional caucusses giving him 56 dele
gates to 53 for Mayor Hayes, or Lynn. A
nomination is equivalent to an election.
Fire in a State. Prison.
Acburn, X. Y., March 30. Fire in the
state prison here yesterday destroyed $40,
000 worth of state property without insur
ance, and $50,000 worth of property of
Stickley & Simmonds, contractors; insured
for $35,000. The fire is believed to have
been started by convicts.
Th North Galveston Brick Plant.
The kiln of red pressed brick that
was opened a few days ago at North
Galveston, Tex., revealed a quality
of material which was pronounced by
experts as fully equal in destiny, du
rability ami color to the best St.
Louis pressed brick. The North Gal-
i-nt;tjn lt-!jL- iim o n - id -1 until v
concern. 1 he machines, buildings,
vanls and jreneral capacity equals
some of the best plants in the coun
try. More factories iein:r built, a
steady increase in ltopulation ami an
abundant influx of capital seems to
be the present record of this thrifty
young eity. For particulars call on
or address Koester v Aiarim, lcuo
Second avenue, the local agents, or
address the North Galveston Associ
ation, box JJ3, MinncaRlis, Minn.
Dr. 1. L. McKinney, president. and
Dr. J. W . Morgan, chief medical ex
aminer, of the Home Forum Renetit
order, will lecture an the objects and
beneiits of this popular order at the
A. O. U. W. hall. Fridav evening.
March 31, at 7:30 o'clock.
All are cordially invited to attend.
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H. E. Biggs, Solicitor.
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