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Hf j p, THE WORLD: THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 7. 1892.
I 21 DEAD Hf - Hjt- (Continued from 1'ntt Page.) HE . i K'v Wom.h reporter bad an Interview with Sccrr- K tary l.ovejoy, ot the carncglo Iron anil Steel B company (Limited) tbls morning. Mr. I.ove- V joy expressed himself very Ilrmly on the KV situation, and declared fiat the company Bf vrlll not yield an Inch (inm Hi original posl-, K tton. lie said: Br "We bavo determined to go on with the Ki affair to the end. There won a meeting (ill Bl the Trustees this morning at, which that dc- Ho: clslonwas arrived at. B, "The mills "HI he operated as non-union, Eu' mills, and under no clictunstahces shall wo E recognize the Amalgamated Association (it B Jion and Stew-1 Workers again. Ba'' w " Further than that, we (impose In lime K' the Inciters o( yesterday's riot punished. R The officers of t he Amalgamated Association Hy w 111 be charged with murder, and under the Hp laws ot tho State they may Uc punished as ' Kl were the Chicago Anarchists." H R)$ Oddly enough the leaders of l hu locked-out BA' workmen art clamoring to-day tor retention ' B?' In Pittsburg Of all the I'lnkerton men, and BL demanding that they tie Indicted tor the BjLf murder ot the men who were slaughtered In BS' yesterday's battle. K; . K NOT UNDER ARREST. Hc BS Pittsburg' Offloera Blmply Protected BS' The I Bound for New York. K; ISPlCI-t. TO TBI ETININU KMI.U Ban-' Pittsbcsu, Pa., .Inly 7. Tho ITnkertuu uu n I B; were not allowed to leave the train In which Bfl they were brought from Homestead last night, i Vr They arrived here at 2 o'clock this morning. , E The men are not under arrest, but areslm- Bfli' ply under the protection ot the police, who ' BJhT lear v loience to them should they be llbt i atcd i BjRP' In Pittsburg. J'hey were fed by the authod. BbP.'' ties, and got this morning their first meal in BjE' thirty-six hours, bating been completely rut Bti otr from the Coat, In which was three weeks BjE''- provisions, by the vigilant workmen on the BK- bank during the battle ot jeslcrday. BSl' The detectives are highly Indignant at the BjHT ohtcome of the excursloii,lnto w hlch they say BjK' thtjywero drawn by false lepresnntatlons. BKx They supposed they were going to some point BjK' loOhlo, sotneof Ibem sny, and did not know BBl, their destination until the) airlved off the BMl Homestead lanalug and the disastrous battle BMEti' I began. BkS There were sixty-two woundi-d men who BS required hospital cure, an I this reiurd BjBOv shows totals much larger than those nt the BjB" faunas riot or 1H77. K, The tM bargex, burned In the uuti'i sedge BK;' last night after the surrend-r of the linker- BJK tons, were valued at 19,(100 each, and the BSf total loss by nre and wreck in yestenia) BjKr engagement Is estimated at aiiu.oiui. Bk Hi Have They Been Sent to New York? H (t aihociatiu ruu ) Bf Pitt-ibko, Pa., July 7. The nve carload BK of PInkerton detectives who came tu I'll ts BK'1 hurg during the night were sent to New ork BBVf by special train on the PeunajrlvntiU mad at BK4 10 o'clock this morning. K' AGAIN APPEALS FOR HELP. BBp- Sheriff McCleary Calls Once More on Bft, the Governor The Injured. Lf'' bx -t-otuTru iiimt Bflf PmsKi'HU, Pa , July 7.Nlu-rlrr Mce'iear) Bflf.. telegraphed to the Uovrrnor again at n-on BBt to-day. He stated posltlvelr that all his BK means to cope with the rioters hud been ex- BBf hauited, and left the matter In the hands or BK? theUoremor. BKV The Sheriffs despatch u the i.uv.iuoi is BBj. worded as follows : KV " L1 alsiit ' wfut tu Hi'ihtalebd acoom- BH panled by officials of the Amalgamated Abo- K elation, aud succeeded tu bringing awu (he BK guards sent uprlvci, whuhau urreudeied lu BBV the rioters. BJB'' The arms ot the guards, who iiumOtreJ BK about three hundred, aie all in the (u.esilon BB?. of the rloiera. To-day everything In ihe BJHtv! works Is In possession of a large furce ot tho BB atilkers. Ahy attempt on the part of the BHfc civil authorities to dlspossesk them will be BB'i , niet with resistance. BR " Last evening I l.su'ed a general summons BJK', tocltl.eus to attend the meeting at u o'clock BBl:'-. to aid lu restoring order, and I also Issued a BftTk Urge number of notices to Individuals. The BK, i lesult up to noon to-day Is ililri)-tii persons BR'" have rcjiorted, all without arms. BBr "lhey have been nolined to appear lo-mor- BBfj row morning at Uoclotk, and l iiavo Issued B' several additional notices to Ihdiudiulc, sum BBTl - moulng th"-in to appear at ihe sjmu lime. BKs t These notices n 111 be served to-da BV' "' ""' s-atlsflcd liom present Indli.itljus BP that I villi be unable to obtain itn consider- BK; able force, and the force thusg.it hind, nun- BBp out discipline and arms, win i no uv uat- BBV 'er. As soon as anycffoit U made tu take BB possVsslonof the prupcrt) auoihei outhrtak Bk" BBC in i co of the Injured lluiiiru-ju n,ni,,M. BBX are luu dangerous londltlun mid thilideaili BBf !' expected at nn.v inoiuenl. Wir, I'oj.ol BBh Twelfth avenue. Is fjsi sinking, (icorge llet. BB; ler, who has been taken tu Umttpt IVnu BBs Hospital, Is also in a (rllltat way. Ilichard. BBr vm JJurham is lu a sinking condition. 'Inr By others are resting easier to-Jay and It I BBBMaalhougbt will get IPflWB"00RHEES ATTACKS CARNEGIE. BBf neeretB It Wasn't the IronniBBter BK, Who Led the PlnkortonB, BBJp. sr-riAL to TKr. rvifiixu wow o.j BBMi VVaiuiMiTON, Jul) 7.-Tho resolutions of. BH ,ere1 lD tue Senate on the matter of th( BBB.' Homestead trouoles were nually referred ti BBBI' tl committee on contingent Kxpenses, to BBBj a'T- BBB& I'hey were the subject of a lively debate li bK BBBBjfci-- V:'-,;va w;w I which Senators ralmer, Voorlitcs, nale, (lalllnger, Stewart and Sanders look part. The I'lnkerton forte was denounced and de fended and the cao rcvlcived from both pun clpal partisan standpoints. Mr. Voorhces made a tli-rv xprc(li,lh nhlch I he attributed hitxir ilirrWultl'-Hto the Itepuh l llean policy ot hl.h piolis Ion, and expressed tegiet that v,r. ( iirncgh' himself had hot li-en at the head of Ihe I'liikeilmi s'lii.ul Insli id of i skulking at his casih-In Holland. ALL REPORTED QUIET. Oov. Pattiaon Notlflod of the Sltun tlon at tho Mills. IIV Asn Mil II I'lirss.l HvKiiixDl'Kii, 1'a., Jul) 7,-liov. I'atllsoii received a lelegram thH morning from I'llts. burg stating that tin- Mluatlou at Home tea I H inuen Improved and that tho clll'-iis w III be able to preserve order. gov. pattTsoncommended. More Blood Would Iiavo Cneu Shed Hud Ho Called Out tho Troops. I r MrtATrt l-lir, I'm.-ni ml, IM., July 7. -'I he u nrsn of Oov. I'liltl'dii in declining tu older the National (uard lo lloinejte.id until sherirt Muleary lia.l exhausted all means In his poner lo pre. '(rve older, Is irenirall) eoinuiiiidcd. Ihe prevailing opinion here Is Unit hadthe mllllla appinredoii Ihe scene, tli lilood'hed would luvi hrj-n iniii'li gio.iter. , 'Hu: advent of the armed nut uniformed ' men of Ihe Statu troops toguaid tho t nrm-glu works lo act as proteclois ol the nvi-iiiilou men would have exelted the stilkers lo all posilUereslK'aiice. '1 he men at Homestead aie so well oigan 1ed. are under such perfen icnitiul and arc so great In number that a coiilllel between lliemand the mllltla might be a long audi wouldiertnlnly be a bloody one. t iidcrlhrsel i lreumstancos the ilovernni's careful survey ot the slate of affairs and his cuiiservallve ' acilmi call for the iiiiiuallllcil apin oval iicuil all slitea. THE CAPTURED DETECTIVES. I Very Few of Them Escaped With out Wounds of Bo mo Sort. ' UY ASHill ivrvn Fll.tl.l ' PiTTSst'Kii, l'a., Jul) '.'Ihe following Is a complete list ot the I'lnkcrtons bi ought iioiu Homestead early this morning. The vv'iiiiiiusiioted,exicplgun-shot wounds, ' weie received from clubs, bricks, atones .vnd ' list blows Irolii the ilowd vvhllu tho prlsoneis were en rouictii their temporal y prison. I lleur) in ill, X llll.iin II. i.eUml and ileorge (ilalei, ot I'hlladelphla ; Kuhert V. Haili, I'aiilshury, N. .1.; 'Ihomas ( aliahaii, thlcugn, loielinger uiid thumii of rUht hand split and badl) orulsed; MUert Tliunis, .Sew oik, , luad biulsed; Ihomas Mullly, Jersey iltv, head and uosu cut and lirulstd; 1'etei h. I'iusIi, l'aulsuuiy, N. J., kicked lu th" lurk and badly out hick of light ear ; lluiismiu Hill, ilileagn. luad cut ; .vlortou Uradbui),, llostoii, struck on head. .loscph .Vlelii ruiutt. I'hlladelphla, i lublied on head , Xlu.li.iel Counoi, Philadelphia, hid nit on head: J. Mil uiu), Chicago, Mini, k and nit ou head and In iiiouih ; John nrr, New . nrlc, struck on head; Henry Mullen, llroi'kDu, slmuliltr D.iill) Litilsed! Willi, no , IHIIuii, Sew Vork, striu k on head ; l.oiiis n. ! i ilersuii, Ihlcagii; I led llshei, .lirse) ill),) Inack e)e aim head cut: Ihomas Meunei, .lerse) ( Hy, black eye aud iiit 1Ii huill) , ill; I'nihk Webli, New x.wk, Wllllani Wul-j kei, iliooklyn. ' , .luhn Helneiaer, New ork, blacl;i)e mid Mikid 111 the -iiimai'ii : s. hlrkpatrlik, ilit iiign; x.llil nood, ( hhago, hiiuik in llm tuio ami head; c. J. Mm i Is, cnieugo, struck on nose nnd luautli and kicked mine stomal h , i hailes Johnson, I'uiu J. lingiey, .New oil. ; Joe Clark. Iiiooklv n, had kick on arm; . I'allsen chluago, hnil-ed about bisi) ; . Mmpsiiu, i liliagn, head cut John ..t.sld), 1'hlialPlphl.i , I rank llalui-ill, I'lillailelphla, hi'iiilUUII .1. r.iiiluetl, New ork, shot la the hod) In three pluerk with buckshot and stiuuk on Ulit arm with i lub. nut serl tisly lujiiini I'ulrlek Walsh, 'Irn), N. .., si ruck un left leg andrl.hl eK.tuill) hurt; J. Jordan, lirouklvn; NV. r. Hall, I'lileago; (ieorgc lliiins. Now x.oik, I'. Iioian, Iliooklyn; livil Wilson, I luc iign, stiuck In leu e)o; . Hodges, I hleagn N. 1 . (lardner I'hlladelphla; IMwnrd llownrd, Chli ago. sunt lu left knee and light shoulder, slight: William I:, i raiision, rniludelpnia. 1 .losi pn Hounds, chle igo. siiiiiiider and head hurl; Unbelt (.. Alliilgui, i hlcago, mouili li.nll) cut and bruised; John uglu, Chle i'n, back and suouller badl) bruised; lleiibrii l.tan-, I hlragii. light )! badly hint: . 1. Halle), Newbuig, N ., bruised; Mike oran nin, Ihlugo, held hull: 1'illx li. Hale, Neiv vork; John Julian, ciiirago; iicorge I. camp, Chicago, brulved; J. McKnuis, i hhag. ; Josenh Ma), .ulcao, sn ii lu ilv'hl leg neai lnl;n, nul serloiisl) : llioiua llolau, Noiv otk. MUhael Uoluee, i hlcaito, fate teirlhlv bruised; (leoige Wall, I hlengn. right aim shot an i tlngei of light hand snot on: v. It. Howard, Clilnngo. bruised, John llniwu, I hi eago, bruited, Mailln liilgs. I'hllaueliihla, ill In mouth; John Manning, K, lill.illJ, llnl., U-ll e)e, slioiiMu and leg badl) biulsul, James . Mew lis, l liK.ii i; h. luln,.j i lileago; IMirick liuliig, I'lillaOelphla. biill-ul. Will lloil.es, ( nlcawi'. Illhl iihouliltr hull and hit evi tnuisid: Ihumas u'ltelllv, New uik, uadlx im unuir UU e)e; ii. Hm- I 113. New Olk. I.eolge I'eii), (hlengn, biulsed; (hailts Itli'lilnnii-i. rhlladtlplua; I'leil Hrovvn, I hhago, biulsed, W. XI, lu,- i hlcagu, limit em Joseph l'ee, lhoikl)ii. brul'ed, 'Ihomas 1 Itgnald, New mk It'll e)e brul'ed una he.idiiit; Malt Wnlie, ihlcign: Nill.viaik le). UdC"igo; I.dwanl xiiisieud, ( bh ago, iuojlhteirlt.lv Uuised and l.ieeiaiel; .loiiu W vintsh.ul, New ork: X J. Morili.Cbleug , bruised; II. i . Viiuiii, J'hlladWphlu, mouili bull) cut. lied Holm, i hlcagu, lam and uiuiiih cm und biulsid. J M. Hamuli, riniadelphta, head cut . WIIIIjiu Wihdl. i hiM(o, sh it in lift shun: dlu. n, -ll wuiiud; I'eltr (luodib'h, ( hl.aun, . Ilille linger o ruht liunl shut 'jn ; MchJias ' lltlinet, I'hlliil. Iplila, em uu hand; lrd Xlarsu, ililciKO. heaugiuid l) bullet; S. II. Joluihon, ilucago, ankle out otjuiut. James ll. I'ugu, lliouivDn, laiecut and left arm hurt ; 1 iiebhaull. New irk, laiv cut und irill-L'il. II, llmkle. New ork, head hurt: II W iirigmj. I'lilladelphla, nuse biokeiiaud head and mouth badl) cut ; l. i .legkr, rhlladelpliia, bruised; Louis loumbs, Chicago, niiot In calf of leu hg, iieh vruiinj. alsjsnuik and In ul-i ii ; 1 . 1th e, leg biuisiM by bulla; 1.. lull, Chicago, brulsid; Tiank lllastcm, i hli'iigu, bullet In light li g. slight wound: James J. x.ouu., Philadelphia, brulsid. I. o. Liar) New x.iuk, biulsid; II. 'Kelly, lliudkl)u, biulsed; Itlcuaid Kane, . Hruoklyu, bruiMil; Jumts Hinlik, 1'hllidtl i phla. bruised; hull I UIj.ui, i hkagu, biulsid ; I Hau Xlaugln, llrooklyn, aIioi In iiesh) parlor ll.'llt leg, slight wouiidj.liiines!,. ii Nell., two slight guushoi wounds on c Up; liaiikMu I tin, ihleago. briilM'd : i . J. Collins, Ontario, bruised; Michael Mahonev. New imi, bruised: Jnhh l..vnch, Nt vv Vork, bead cm. Patrick Mc-iilre, Newx.ork.guiii'hiH voiiiid Hi n.")!)' part oi leit nrui.Joliti 1. Ilueo, New v. ork, bruised: 1 rank Men!, HipokIvii; bruised; 1 rank- liromi, liniikl) :i. bnitsul. William ( iirnell, llrookDh, brulsid; I red I' ll) un 1. I'hlladelphla. vi rv liadlv i ill. r.n n n . bead; ftatik hraiul-, Philadelphia, brills,.,!, Ihomas ll.im. Siw irk, bruised ;.li.se,ih ("lev ( hkagu, bruised; I ml sbeiiy. i hi. eago, bat nit on head: I h'Uiias rotlien II, Nin nik brul-id; i. Wesley, I'hlUd'lplil.i, lailv brulsid; I harles uiiglun, I'hlUd, I pidi, bull til on head, John Miiitiugln, llm. Ilngli'ii, N. I., biulsid; i hailes lllram, mi c.igo, bid iul on heait. ' vesi.y Miiiwiii, Philadelphia, bn.lsed; .1 nob lleriisieln ( hleasii, hnt tlirmikli left eni, -.lip wound; .1. i. Hull, (.liliagn, t bruli,i; J Mall,). CbK'iigo, em on heid ; i.d Mann, New Vork, light thumb Mint ; John c. ii.innev, llMiikivn, biulsid; It. li lliuiv, ll mikDn. biuisiii: Hubert laner. ihli.i;'o, ' urul-ed. . laihk hell). Hi 'Oklvn, bruised; I'. K. Miuiiie), i hlcag bni.si.i. William llliku, ' e.ve bull) hurl i nd aim bruised; 11. I, , Hear), i hlcjgn. beu.i him; . I. Hughes, Nnv oi'l.. badl) liu.l-ei, Pal Noleu, Hru ,k. Ivu, bruised; John liuidev), New- mk, bruised; Jos, nh Hiiinllu. i hleigo, gun hhtil wound Hi leu knie, sligiil Injur). STORY OF THE SURRENDER. The Plnkorton Men Stripped of Arras and Permitted to Lund. ' KrrriAi to Tiir rvrsisn nnnin.) I I HoursTkAii, Pa., July 7. -ll was not until lasi evening, after nearly twelve hours of the most bloody warfare, that tho lockid-nm i workmen, half craedwiii a dislretor veil' S --M.?-lf.-iMW4s-' geanec, were prevailed upon to allow the I'lnkerton forces, which had betn Imprisoned all da) long In their barges In the river, to surrender, and iermltted them to IsniL I During nil I his Hum the armed detectives weie lu t'lrorui their lives, as hy lay be sieged in iheir trill iloallug fortress. tliiii'lreils ol ilynnmllc bombs had Iki-ii thiown il Ih bilges burning nil suriuiin led tin lit, and all soils of attempts well' made tu Iscntilcor burn die boats, llvirj nioment It w.is expeited that Ibo traft would In nink or would burst Into flames, and thuenlliii hand nl mercenaries perish before the e)es uf their menlli'ss assailants. 'I he mob on Ihe shore only accepted the sum nib r when lts"cined Impossible to reach Ihe I'liiki'iloii bnrgt'S with binning oil and It was loii'.d that the bombs wire not Inrgo enough lo do any serious damage. Kven niter the surrender the thirst for ven geance Hieined to be Just a kei n as lielnio among Ihe Infuriated popul-um f lloincstc.nl, and us the I'lnkerlun men lelt the barges and hi-iihi-i through the principal slrcetottho town In the Jail the) were followed by ,i hoot ing. )illlug crowd of men, w inn li and ihll ilieit, wh i pouted curs s upon them and kepi iipurnntlnual vo ley ol sticks and si ones and mi) missiles that Ihe) oh 111 lay their hands upon. '1 he men onl) escaped the daugei of greilir viohme when they weie salcly lodgid b'hlitd I be Walls of the Jail. a lull Kill VI. II was ne.iil) ilo'ilock when Hugh H'lion-1 lielland J.ii k Clifford, with oilier leadcisof, the wolkliieu, went down to theslnie opnn- ' He Ihe bat ge Moiioiignlielii, waving while liandkerchlels, the Irst signs of a truce I hat hail been given b) the luslegltig pari) slnej Ihe deadlv work began. t l-veii theso men were followed by a hooting eiiivvd which passed close behind them, surg ing down upon the banks and cheering and ' shouting as thedelecllvesc.iine Into view. Kill them; kill the murderers!" they jelbil. "We ought not to aciept their sur-' reudei." In re-ponse to the ting ol truce several I'lnkerton men n pea ted on the deck ;ot tho neari r barge, but ll was some time tietorc Ibo leaders In the cunlereiiio inuhl niuko lliein-1 selves heaid, the hhoutlngot the crow its madu sueli a IcirllU: illn. ('apt. Cooper, who was fine of the Hist tu come furwaid and nuke himself heaid. suld lliai he was the leadei of tin1 pinkermn men and that all the) vv an led was In be allowed I lo leave the boat with llulr llvis. He said I here were '.'."ill men lu the part),' and that lu addition to those who had bei n woitiiiPd picvlmisly In the day and had been lelnoved b) tuu tug I.IHle Hilly theiu weie half u doen otheis on boiud vvho had been dangerous!) woiindid and whose coudllloii wasirlllial. 'I here weio no "scab" w oik men nboard, he said, and he ileilaied most solemnly Unit he and his nidi had onl) been hind as vv.Uch- ' men lor the Cai ingle mills. 'Ihen ii'lionni'li and (llffoid guaianteed ' them pioli'clluu from the i Kinds If the) would surrender llulr iirms, and pioinls-d that the wounded men should ho sent to the , l,oplt.il and would n celve propi r cine. i 1 11 K I'ISklllUISS IIIUK AsllOIIL. I 'I his aiiaiigement was aecepled at on, e, ..ml li'lluiinill and M'.eial olhei i weal aboaid lo make p: cpar.it Inns foi i.ie landing 'nf I lie I'lnkertoiis. 'llm b.ugei were socm , ciowded with llouiesie.ul men, in .plteot the elloils nt ii'lioiinell mid ( llfford and the jiilhei leadns lo keen Ihe - off, and Ihe woik- I bleu Jeen d at 'he piisoui u as the) galhen 1 In .roups ab nut hem I 'Hie more violent of the workmen Jostled, I kicked ind swoiu at the delei'llves as Ihe) j hud lied lu Die cornels of the haiges, slinking with Irlght and believing thai the) vvoiiiu never get through the mob thai Was waiting for t hem on the shoie with their lives. lhey were leas.siired, believer, by Ihe leadusof the niuu and nuall) the task ot disembarking was begun. It was difficult and dangerous woik. tor Iho men on shore were so It enled thill they loula hardly he I I est I aim-1 from llrlng lulu the lahks of the I'llikerluus with llulr luvolvers and shot gun. Just befoie Ihe detectives stalled across the gaugplank some weie seen tu be I'air.vlug ' , illls. "'Ihruvs uivay.voili guns I" shouted the men on t lie bunk. "lint on )our badges '" One it the uilecllves, an' old fellow with a while iniistaiht, iiupliined Ills nickel stai, and with a feebln atleiiipl at wit said he would lake off his unit, loo, If the crowd vv allied him to. es, lake off your nut 1' the) )elled back at hliu.aiid lu such a tune that he knew I hi) hieaiil II. 'Ihe old lellow 'nuk off his coat wllh alacrlt) and habdi'd It to a Homestead j man. uhu prulil.illy tlueVT It Into Ihe llvti. . lOKlkll id in s IIIH IIAl Sll hi When the wounded men had Uen uiriltd I In Ihe slime aud up thioiigh Die mill )tud on ' sue clieis. the I'luktrlou deti'itlvis, Mibuiil their gnus ui theli uiilloiius, came fu III lu single (lie from the binges. , Xslhey walked down tho gangplank time weie eroaiisainl nil ses fiom tl.eiiow I.whkh formed lu double lire through which the pil-onirs passed. Word ofthe sum ndei had iUlikly spread Ihiough ilonu stead to llrad duck, aiio.stbe ilvir, andthewouieiiniidthe i ililkli in eitne runblng on I he scene. A pro i ession was foimed, headed li) n tall, sturdy weiker, larDlngan Aineilcaii (lag. llehliid him eaiiiH luo men with lU'li lines over 'heir shniihleis uiarchtug tour abreast. i 1 tit n came hr piiscmeis, and a ver) dejected looking lot the) wire, too. '1 hi re weie many i sennits and scrimmages befoie the) were (NBtel) landed lu the iipera-llouse Htnk, 'which was in serve as (heir Jail. Women i based Hum through the dust of the street, thruvvlng Mimes and shouting lo the mill- , workers to kill their prisoners. tine Hit, rctMieailcd woman lu a calico diess was especially violent and nbu-lve. .she uiisi'd as iiuiudl) as .my man could and holding her hands high in the air, shrilled tniidlv for xengea'ice on these in.'ii who had sliol down the people n! Homestead In il I blood. Iwlce Ihe procession hailed and the guai ils tiiul to lear this Moinan aw.i), but sue vv. tild iii.i leiepulsed, and him loilovved the prlsoneis I n i he rink itoor.lhruw lug Kioues Willi aiuiiale loin, as inaii) aMie-htaded I'lnkerlun diticllve will testify to-night, ill mini ami kirsru in inr cwmiv, ' M'Veralol the Plnkerlons who Had btcu ricoguueilas.ini mg ihe llrlng pari) of the enrl) diwn wtrei lubbed and kicked li) the cxi lied crowd while i li the in.iieh. Xlosi of lliein had all-is, ami nut a lew of ihese wue vvrenihed from their h mds and kicked about Ihe siriets like tuoibii,, the clothing and other urth'lis as the) fill nut being eagerly snatched up by ihe women as trophies nl the da) s vlnon As they came to the top ot the bank they had to pass through a narrow passageway bciwi in great illesot rusty pig iron. Hire the infuriated mob vveru walilpg tor Hum, aud ns soon as the head nf tun column ap peared the mob fell upon them like a pack of vvolvis. They were attacked with clubs, fists and showeiH ot Atones, and a general mi lee Iul. I lowed, lu which some of the delectltis nor.' 1 hunted uround the yard like mad djgs, pur I sued b) their maddened enomles. i They screamed for mercy, but their en . trestles were noi heeded. Many of Ihem had . their clothing stripped from their backs aud -t mill - "..S,: SCENE OF THE TIOHT. from thn l'lilU Irltihis 'lltnm. were bleeding fioin ihe wounds vvhlili they had reielvid fioin their assailants. I'orudUtauiu of ni.uly tiuo )ards llure was a ngulur gnuntl"!, furmed, through, which the lerior-sirhki'ii I'liikortuns had Hi j siriinible the best vvn lb ) could. 'Ihe leaders could tut iluun.v thing Willi the I croud and tho poll o ut the sli el works tried to Have them, but lu viiln. When a man leaihed the top of th" bank ho ' would ictclvo n blow Horn a club which I would knock hlindowii. When he got up ho always inn and blows from i lulu and lists rained on his unprotei led head. CHVINII AMI IIMIIIIMI Hill VlrillV. I (me .voting rellnvv, with blanched taie, saw what vyas nwalilng him and he burst Into leais. Hropplng in his kness ho begged tor liicTey, bill he was soon raised In his feet by kicks from all sides. 'I hen h" started to run, and as lu did ft blow from n blood-stained club laid lil us low. 'I no men iai to him and escorted him s.ifily lluougli the ie,l ol the line. Women, too, weie In the line, and t hoy piled clubs and slums ns vlgorousl) iHilhlthcmeu. ' 'I he) liunl" more ll Jse, for ih-y were conlln uoiisly hooting nl tho l'ltil.ei lulu and uiglug the men on In I heir ti rilble "nil,. I 'I he mil) guards th il were not nssaulle 1 vv i re tho-e vv minded, nnd Ihev wire gieeled Willi howls and ules that must have iniide lliein prsy fordialh. i 1 iirthcr along the vlillinsof the inobwho esniped Ihe gniintlel lound lluise who were willing to pi on el I hi m fioni lurlher tlulenc, but they had little Hilliienu) upmi the mub, I whose oiiiy doMie was tot vengeance. I (eaiihwns made ol ivnviiiaid who fell j lniiiihe hands of the iiuwd for cuncealed we.iions. j Uue I'lnkeiton mill had n levolver In Ills hip I'ockcl nint he woitll mil miiiiiiiIi'I It vvllliiiut reslslanee. several nt Ihe mob made a rush lor him. He was iniiuied alula' cocked illle was held at his head. -Hill he did nul vveaf.en. Willi a inlglitv (fful he re-lea-el himself and inn like a gic) humid ihiiiiigh the yard. He was put sued bv u hun dred hum. 1 Hiall) li- siiimnleil and the mob vv as it ou liliu In nu liisiiim. Hi- pi.ulshineiil was tut lit, le. He gave up Iho n volvei and he almost (save op l.ls life ul-n huiMilli'i. look him by the nuns, and bathed Hi blcud and MJggeilng, he was 1-d nvva). i una ot I Ill'S.llll vmimkv. At thooiili-r gale thue was nuoihii gjtinl lei forinid, but lliu mob then- wns i"iinposul luostlyof women and small bo.vs, nod the violence offend to I In- pilsoni I s was not lu be compared wllh lh.it nhlch the) eniuunlered wlu n Ihe) lllst ill.embiiktd llolil the bilges. The women, imwcvir, seeined possessed wllh mi almost ilemll-h deslrn to tear Die I'liikeitoiislliub fiom limb, and Ihe) then had nn opporliinlt) to lelleve tin Ir pent up ruge. 'I he) heaped (at lis and eurs-s upni Ihe pilsouers and Hied to beat and scratch them as Hie.v i niuu Ihiough thi-g.i'e, but a ban I of workmen nimul wllh Hiles .unl levoiveis kept ihem .iw.i), and en-oried the guards to the iipei'ii-Iloiisi- llluk, vvlieiix they wire placid hu a tlni" Hi a pi n eel s.ifi l),piepai.i j toi) to the .il I IV al of the Mit'iln. 'Hie women und ihlldien. however, fob I lowed ILeni all Ihe wav to the Klnl, Hiiiiti 'h 'the sliei'H, using Ih1 vllesi pioiimliy and thiowlug at the pilaoueis evi.i)tlilng whl h I I nine within Hull iiaeh. 'Ihe esnni of I aiiuid wnikiiinn culled luue Alneite.in II igs and wi re ineieded by a Inn I nf niusle. I M-tue of I lie l'lnl.eil I'l men maiiageil to ' avoid the secoiiJ gautitlei, and made theli i wav tuthe i.iilioad deooi. where ihe) con I iniled llieiusi-lvos lu 'lie cmnil, aud link the ' u nu train to l'lltsbtiig I 'Ihe vvouiideii delei'llves were O'l the same ' I lain, cols having teen pl.ued In the baggage eni toi them. Ml the s)mpalhv of the people was with I hi-st rlkersaiul there was diet it ig ever) whTe wneli ll was leuued that the kiiards bad -uiiendi'ied. till lUIUIIS sn iiv inn. Ask, on as the l'lnkiiiou guanls tiadbft I the bilges then-was . i ei) Irmn the mub un ! the shore Hum the boats" I 1-iee Hum all lesii.uut Hie mill hands boarded the two Imiitcs Moiiongahela and Iron Mountain and Ihe toich vas qulikl) applied to the ull-suaked wmsl of the two boats. I The ilumex burst out -utmilt-ui-viislr from each, and a Bti-.it shunt went up liom tin Clow ds upon thn bank a- ihe forked tongue) ot He lenpul high mlo the air ab un theilvi r Iront and Iightid up the Miiiuuiiillug in Igh Isirlioisl with a llnce glue, lor It was u.irk by this lime. Mde.l b.v Ihe ml, vvhlili hid been ponied upon Ihe bo'ils all d i) long, the Hie iii.nle mrld pii-fiiss, and the Inielise heal dun e the mob bvek from the liver bulk. 'I hi) shuiilel like will Indliiia. and danced on the miildv banks as Ihe Haines sli it iiiwaid, und their liters wue an. 'swercd b) the crowds on the other sue of the river, who hi.lstuM guard all day over the old cannon with vvhleli the lortiifs nt the l-liikerlons had been b i.-iilnrdi-,. Tin. fvrri ii hi ni' rn-nv is srvi to I'irr-iiriin. t midnight th- Impilsoned I'lnkerton de. tecltvis wir- laki n to I'ltlsbuig iiudu ,i st lung gusrd by -sheriff Mcil-ar), of Alio gheii) iininiy. No nliemnt was maile i-i molest ihe prlsouiib on llulr way to the depot and they went aw.t) inili-tly After the surrciiiKi (i tin I'lnkeiton git r,l and iho burning uf thu beiges the whole town gave Itself up to tho vv tldest reJoMug. PREPARING FOR THE INQUESTS. A Plttaburtr Coroner Vloxvs thn Dead nt Ilomeatond. (UT AtmiCIATrll I'lllSS l PirTSB.BU, Pa., July ". Ili-ber McDowell, Coroner of Allegheny Count), visited Home- stead last evening for the purpose of prepar ing for an Inquest on the dead. Shortly after midnight he returned to Pittsburg nnd n-porte-uhat he Mowed five bodies thoseol Peter K.u i Is. John 1- Mouls, llenr) Ktlegel, 'I homns Weld i" and an iinknuwn Hungarian. No tlma has jet been llxed for the lniiiest. RODGERS'S STORY OF THE FIGHT. The Captrvln of tho LUtlo Bill Enys tho Plnkortons Behavod Well. lev AonriATCii i-nni. I Pirrst-Hii, Pa., Jul) 7. -(apt. William It. Ilodgirs, vvho wns lepoitid dead alter Ihe battle at Homestead, was a very live ui-tn when hncunu back lo Pittsburg mi the I.lttle Hill. Ho went dli pel to his olllce. on Wnti r street, vvhire he nnsw-red telephone, tails and told the people he was still alive. He gavo the follow lug aicotint of the I rip: " I had enntiacted lo low the two barges to Iliiiiip-tpail and was on hand wHlithe tow boat I. Illle mil Monday ulgbt lo do the work. 'Iho b.uges had been nt tho landing below Ihe Xln-iihester docks, nnd according to our Instruction we went to Ii.ivls Islam, dam. There wo met about :ui(i men I niippuap thuyuie I'lni.irioiis slid they boaided the birges, about l."ll lu mill, 'lhey had re pealing rlrlei and blue uniforms with Hum. We lost no limn nnd started for lloinrstead. -'Ihe l-liikerloii uen,l must say, wero a good set of men. The) weie oidirl) and per fectly sub i-. 'Ihe) made honolso: thoy sim ply went Into lln; barges and stayed there. 'Ihet.iplaln Hi eliargii called the men to him nnd cumiiintiikd the strictest attenlloii to his oider'. No man,' said he, will dan- tortroone shut or r.ilsj his pltce wlihuut positive und dlsilnet oiders. Theie will be no Double nt lloiuestead, and we won't make an). Our bu.sl-ioss Is to keep the ience,iiiil todlsliii b II. lie Him commanded tint the men ii-. Mi.illi thi'iii-i'lies Jinl bu quli'l. l.ve-ryliilng wtnl all right with us tun ll we got just be low lo.-k No. I, when Hie Tld, which wns towliigsoiiouf thi'bniges, bioke her cams. --he blow her nhl.Ho and the I.lttle Hill weni back, tellevcd her of the b.iige aud went lliriiu;li the lock with both b.tigc. When vve reached Homestead there sieiut-d to bo consul -i.tbln exelteiiii'iit. As we got ueaier theexcllemeiit guiw more Intense. 'I be pi nplii then began to tliauponus. We Died to make a landing Ihen. My men went fi i ward In tie up the shore haige, while Ihe I'lnkerton nieu began to shova out u landing plunk. Tno piiiplo on llm bank were ii vv full) excited, but the in-n iiiilermo and Hie Pliikc nuns wen- jertectl) ipilet, and I kept uigliig lui'lii lo leliiulu so, In iheiuldsiof ll all the I'lnkeiton cap lain svvoie vengeancu upon mi) man who vvuulil ntlimpliosuool, iilthoiigh tho balls wen- tlylug fioni the nt her side. I si me pi.sl llvel) thai the men on shorn eommeiind the llrlng. "ll) this lime Hu-lauding plank had been gotten on. As the men were nb lilt to land, a ii, an with a ii-volver undo a dash for ID llilng all the while. The I'liikerliins tiled to push Lit in bj-.-k, mil nlnut siicieeded when two mote toi lowed hi in, ovcipovvctlug Hi'. few rinkei tons 'Ihe people filed dlreelly nl th" I'liikeiious; He-) bred all ovei tho barges .indal the I.lttle Hill Then Ihe I'liikeiious opened iUllo n lusll lade on the p.-opl". As the) ill I lilts the) ic eelved -iili.tdlv' llio liom over their heads. Mjiii- people nn 1 stationed thelusilves upon the ivnter lower ami shot light ilunii 1 was standing In ihe midst nf them nnd one or two I lukei tons theu fell ah mt nu- 'Iho Plni.eitun laptnlii, while in front ot his men ti)lug in ile.ii Un- Imdliig plank, w as shot, lie was tho hist Pink- Hon tu lull. scviial of hlsuu-n riishi-J out lo whole lu ll) to I'efend him. Ho was then eanledlnlo the I urge. Ihe llilng iiiiitlnueil steadllv. "I w.is told in assist with tho sletui loat the pait) if I'lnki nuns who weie taking i lie ul the vvnuuded. Iho boat wus bi ought louud tin- wounded put upon 11. We Weill to I Turtle ireik nud put them ou tlalu. M) conti.icl was ilivu mded and 1 starttd tor hi me. "Ihen It was that out boat was the target for all Ihe guns uf the irowd. HalUts whistled Hku ralu through tim cabin, pilot- huiiM- and engine-room. M) watchman was I shut. Ihe people tired upon us until we got nut or Hi'-lr reach, and then Iho bullets I splashed lu the water. "If the people could only look at the ease I ho light w.i), the) would agtiu that the , attack il, on ui was vviuug. I vvasshiiply ( ih lug what 1 was paid for lining, and what an) one else would do. Kven v. hen we wero ' leaving Ihe people kept llrlng uron us. I - lit ma sa) again that the i'lnkcrtons be. hive I well. They wero llnd upon Hist and jaitarted when they were dol i noihl-ig, even lieiore they touched tho more. They i hid to hie tu ilcliud Iheiiisclves and their captain." SENT FROM CHICAGO. Most of tho Plnkorton Men Cnmo I Irom Tnero -More to Leux'e. hit ami iah.ii ear l (Tin K.u, Jul) ;. Ne.irl) all of Iho I'lnker ton men i u the barges Hie stiamir 1 Illle .till tuvved il'iwn tho xiinoiigahila at da)bieak )e.tiiiU) weie irom i hlcagu. Hue hundred and tivcnl.v-tivo men. Hi i nmtuaiid of J, (i, lloffuian, a clcrt In the 1'Hikerl.ui agenc), lelt this cliy -iindiy night ovei the I'tnus)!- I viuil i road tor llomesteaiL j 'I here were alout twenty-five regular iTnk- jerlonsii'iialsln the pari). The others were men w ho are not In the employ of the agpney, . i-xirpt when nn occasion Hku this demands they should be sent out of town. T heso men " not regulars," were ordered to report at tho i I'lnkerlun agency t-undny evening, ready for a trip to Pcnns) Iv anla. I In order to make as little demonstration as possible tho men went to Ibo station In twos and threes aud boarded the frsl express train I lor Pittsburg, go a cretly was (hu departure i made that even thn railroad ofllclals did not I notice anything out of the ordlnar). The tralu airlved In Pittsburg Monday morning, and tho men weie marched to the , agency's headquarters. Another eailoadcfl ITnkertons went from thlsclly Monday night. There vv ere I f.O or .00 I'lnkerton men from the h'ast at Pittsburg, but only a few of them were ou the barge. It Is reported that about mm more I'lnkertoiis will leave here for Pitts burg to-day. K. OF I. MEN ON THE FIGHT. A Chic ft co Assembly Promises Moral and Flnanc'nl Aid to the Mlllmon. (UT AftK UTrii PH. BS- 1 Uue. i.o. .Inly ?. DMilii ASMMnii.r. Knl'htK n. Labor, No. 4J4 passed tlie fGlloulutf revlutloiit: M I'fM. A foriou itruirjiie Inn liceo prncipl litfd In tht ltuift.p.il Iron Works in 1'ennnjU ' inula, (ntl It) a kvhcikI lotVout on at cunt of & SPiiffil r-xlui'tion of vaK( inrt, '"ifiiJ!r rtrawjtio lii, llirotih til. man-1 nrT, uninyr 1 I'lnkprtons tn ln(fml(ltv And, If i rieccmr), sliiot ilovfn AiuerU'au worliiriKnien, i i .mi. llcci. It has i urn L 1 1 lit notice of 1), A. 'i, , K nf I., thr'Umli thn utilit: iirrtd, tliat lioitililicn I lir.ve i uiiitncrK 1 by th .aid 1'lnkertnn mm tiring I vii lot Wout einp.iijeeM, launluit great lo.l uf life, be It. t'KTffiire, j tlrrf, 'Ihatwn lnfiik iinnietllnta action of I ('in!p-H tu inifitlttatr the aalti trouble, aud be tt ' further I i 1,;, '1 hat wn rtteml niir moralaril nnanrlal I aid tu the iiiwn In th truygl fui juatie. PRESIDENT HARRISON WORRIED.' He Coraults with Bocrotary Elklns I About tho HomeBtnnd Hints. ! Isrmvi in Till ctfsimi vvonLli.l j WAsinsinos-, .ml) 7. Had ll been po-slblo ' 1 for 1'iesldent llairlson to cancel bis trip to ! tlie.Vdlicndncks vvttho.it tlsklui; the health nt Mrs. liaiilson, It Is said he would have ' done so. . lie was (really alarmed over tin- seilous turn vv Inch nmiln at Homestead had lakeu , I piloi lu hlsdepai'ture Horn tho (iiplial. and , was In lonsullullou with jsecr.faiy t'lklus lu ii'Kiinl to the means of preventing further i trouble between the workmen and the mill-' uw U0I s. I ll Is said that be has had serious mlsplv- Ink's as lo the oiiuomeof the trouble from the biK-lnnlni'. FOR A HOMESTEAD INQUIRY. House CommlttoB to Report the Resolution Favorably. Iiiy AkHoi'i vrrn num. WtMiisuruv, July 7. 'Ihe Ilou-e Judiciary Coiiiiiilttec hasurdeied u favorable report to be inadi- on I hi- Williams resoliillon urn- vlllni; lor a I'niigri'sslonal luvestlgatlm of the llom-sle.ul tioubl-. - HOW POWDERLY LOOKS AT IT. The Shoo tin if Douoiincnd as a " Sav. age Butcliory." Iririvi to tup iviniso woniii.i iivuiu, .Iul) 7. T. V. I'nwdeilv, who has Jilst Ull this ellvfor I'lltsburt; to consult with tin- labor leadeis I heic, characterizes tin- lloini-slcail tiai'i-d) as a " savasu butehei)." Uu sa)s tho men were m the Ut'ht.niid It was a battle tor bit-ad. lie thinks that the emplovmint of I'lnkerton de tectives In this cai-.e will be coiidcuned by all Mlr-mlndid people. ATTRIBUTE IT TO THE TARIFF. Comment of English Newspapers on tho Tragody at Homestead. ll AHUi-ClATCll l'ltkS4. losnov, July 7. Mi. Andrew Carnegie, at ' whoso steel works at Homestead, Pa., (he seilous tlotlnir has occurred, IsiiiakliiRa tour of -iiuland. Iluiuunni lis reached to-da). 'Il.e newspapirs here conllnuo to attribute tin- disorders to the McMnle) Tariff bill and piofess sin prise at the ' inability ol the Gov ernment to maintain ordei." I 'IIih s, ,nlf,,1 titiifttf sa)s tno proceed ings shuvv the vei) ensiialvvay In which the j 1 iw Is re.-nidcd In America. I Iho iliuif, lu an an Icio on the disorders, relerstu .Mr. larnegle, sa)luc: - When he was making a tour ot England lna well.tltted drag this hllanlhroplc mil lloiinlrn did his Ik-si to convince our work people that lhey could not bo happ), pios perous or fice limit r a monarchy. Peibaps bu will now modify his nuil-monanhhal leutiliiKs " i PHILADELPHIA WORKMEN ASTIR A Blr Muss-Meeting Cftllod and rinkertonlsm Donouncod. Itrrriit to Tnp. PTCNlsa vrnni n. I 1'iiii.uiKii'iiu, duly 7. Tho labor organlza lions of this ell) have called a ma s-incetlnu at llio Hroad street plaa for tc-uiorrow uv u liu; lo denounco tho Plukenon-Carueglo uutr.iifi h ni.d miirdern lu Homestead." I The leadirsot tho labor organizations hero say thai had the Plnkerlons been kept away from Homestead all trouble aud bloodshed would have been a v cried. UIKASnllsO Kill A BOYCOTT. I ciiicviir, duly 7,-Ttionias A. Campbell and a committee of lockid-out employees from Carnck'le's shops nt Homestead aro horo lo confer with tho leadlnir men In the building tindts and Induce them not to handle the output of tho Carnegie mills It tho latter employ non-union men. Tho architectural iron workois hare promised their support, and It is said the other building trade organizations In tbls city will join tbo movement, blmllar com mittees from tbo Amalgamated Iron and Steel Association at I'l'.tsburg have been scat toill the other largo Wettern cities It la said for the same purpose. ORIGIN OF THE TROUBLE. Events that Lod Cp to ths Bloody Battle at Homestead. The conflict at Homestead yestorday marks a particularly bloody slagu In tbo struggle for supremacy between tho strongest organ!. 7atlon ot steel vv inkers In the country on ono side and the largest Individual steel manufac-, liners In tho world on tho other. 1'pon uno band Is ranged tho strength of tho Amalgamated Association of Iron and , Micl Workers ot the I'ulted Mates, an or ganization lio.oou strung, with a balance lu , bank of S30,000, and hundrods of thousands more In reserve, nnd on the other tbo pre. I tlo'c, power and wealth of the Carncglo hlcel Company (Limited;, the new title of the asso-1 dated interests of the Carnegie firms, with a capital of -.'S,ooo,ooo. I '1 he actual point at Isvuo Is the right ot labor todlctnto to capital tbo terms on which It mil consent to te employed or to pc .ilt any body to be employed. Ostensibly It Is a struggle against n reduction I u wages of nu per eetit. of t!.'itl workers, and an attempt on I lie p. ii l of the carui-Kle Hteel Company to make such vvoikln; ttrms as It deems appli cable to tho piesent condition of the Meet I iislnuss and Ihe uuclianlctl Improvements i Hotted In the process ot manufacture. ohiiiin in- rut. TIlOfBI.K. Iho condition of nrfalrs has arisen out of the expiration uf a three )eers' sliding scale of wn'is In operation ut the Homestead i Workt of the company end tho action of the Company In sitbsiltutliif another with' mniked reductions In intes. '1 lie homestead empIo)ees have been paid by the tonnage, fcttlrments during tho last ' three) cart have been based on the selling price of steel billets, the minimum basis , being ','." per ton; that K, no matter how much the market tirlco ran below '.-."i, pay ments weie to bo made on the basis ot that figure. It the market price was higher, pay ments were to be made according!). Asa matter nf fact billets hnvo been sclllrjrtnr several months at '.". and -.".'.fitl. while si-t-Moments vvltntbe men have been mndeal -.'."i, and, of course, r.t n loss of the dlHeicnce to (lie company. i I VHNHIIE'S M'vl I. OK Wlllt". I lii nul lclp.it Ion of the expiration of Un til reo )cars' scale on .luue lid, Ihe Caiueglu Meel Company foi miil.it ed n schedule of rates i to operate from July t to .Ian. 1, 1.NU4. 'Ihe ' liilnlinum basis was changed iroiiit'.'.'i tot'.-., aud iiductluiis which average nil per cent. weio malleoli thoiatcsfor ihe vai Inns kinds ut en) pi") meiit. 1 'Ihe workers on Ihe other hide piescnted the roinpany with a scale which illfTi-ied slightly irom the old one. tin a c-intcr-enee both sides 111 idi- concessions, but parfd without a settlement. Tin- Comnany had previously fixed .luue 4 as the last day open lotlic vvnrkirs lor accepting the M-.ile as an 1 urganlcd bod). I Attn thai date the men were lobe Healed with only as Individuals. 'I hat day passed without nppioaches irom either MJo, aid both p.u ties Legan fnithwlth to prcp.ue for ihe struggle that was bound 10 follow. 'Ihe .Mnalk'ainai ed mill were prepared lu slrUo on Jul) I, vvbe-n the old sliding scale of wage had exjlred. Hut this ionise was nutlclpatid b.v the rliiii, whl. h discharged nil llsi'inployees nl midnight nud nolliled them lu report for ttnlr piy at the onli-e on saiunln) last. II) Ihlsiu'iloii Iho tai negle', forustul led tin- meu, and, by imiklng ll 1 lockout lusii-nd of a strike, plated iln-in on the defi iisive. MILL IIAMIS l-KI'l-AIIMl Kill Mil: n rill'lllll E- 'llio ill-cn ugtil euiplojei'S, through tilth Advlsoi) l ommlllee, Leg.in at onio anauge ments lor the piotectlon of their Interests dining the cu'nlng strug'le. 'Ihelr nrgaiila tli 11 was thoiough, (oulstlng 01 sub-committees un the preservnllo-iot order, tho lenia tlnn or thesali-ol lliUor In saloons and the I rotation or outside labm. Headquarter- weie titled up lu e'r.boi'aie st)le, wlihlncandHscent electric Ugh. sand a private telegraph wire, which pat the Amiil Kainated Association In direct couinunleail j-.i with ever) city, town and hamlet lu th country iluards wero established aiound the llouu-stead Works to prevent tho Intro duction ot woiklngmi-u Horn a distance, and tho Moiiongahela was pati nihil da) unit night, vvhllo twenty members nf the Assnclt tlon weio placed on duty as special onii-irs, ostensibly charged with the duty of piescrv log the peace. Immediately alter tho lockout the scire, tary of (he Cat lu-glt-Meel ( omptny made the announcement that the mills at Ilmnesti-ad had been closed for lepaus, and would remain iloscd forlvvooi thn-e wicks. About July 1.1 or '-'0, he fuither siatcd, It would be ntiiitiuuccd that any of the old em ployees ol the company could 1 el urn lo won., but mnt make applle-tlon by a certain day a- Indlvldu lis; all who Old not apply b) thai time being considered as not de-lrlng vvork anl running thu 1' '. or finding their places lllled b) new nun. 'Hie M-i-relary luither staled that only ','od of tho ti.H.o luenim. plc)cd lu the Hnmc-tiad Mills were arfecled b) the proposed new ncale. t-Kt.SIBCM t kick's c-vli. ion Hue. Matters at HumisH-ad pio,ies-ed with lomparatlveciulet until. Monda). when Hemy t. l'rlel., the 1'iesldint (if the Carnegie Met 1 company, applied to Mienff .MeClenry, ot Allegheny cuiuity, 101- help In guaullng the propel tv of the Cninpnb), and protei tlon tor 1 11 1 isn men who with wining mul im)ous to go to work, but stood In lear ot bo-lly haim irom the strikers. The shi-rlir paid a Mail to the work' under a giinid furnished by the Amalgamated As sociation, and later In the da) deipatclu-d eleven iloptitles to Homestead, under com mand of t x-Micrirr Clun),by whom an al temi t was made to enter Iho mills, 'ihuy wuu Ihleicepiod, linwever, by hundreds of the strlkeis, who inalntalrieil a tlrm and iinillnchlngiroiit when commaaded tostnnd aside '1 heir spokesman stepped for.vard, and de clarlng mat tho mill properly was not, la dan gcrand that thn admission of ihe deputies would lu agulnst their inti-tests, a- nounced that they would not be peimitled to enter, but would be nlelv eseorted out of the town. 'ihe dozen deputies an eptid ihlsnfrcr, and were escorted to a point 1111 the river a quarter 01 a mllo distant, where lhey wero taken on board tho steam yacht r.dna, which is In the rvlce ot the Amalgamated Association, and carried down tho river to a point whoro they were witblii easy leath of iho elcctrlccars running lo Pittsburg. Alti-l thlsfliscuMierllT McCleary Issued a pric'l.iinnllou calling upon the pen do ot Hoinesienu 10 preserve the peace and not uiolc.l Ihe Compan)'s piopirly. . ENLISTING P1NKERT0NS. Mnny of the Men In the Homestead -'lain Yesterdny Wore Hired Here. Ii became known this morning that mnny of the 300 I'lnkerton men who were (eut to the scene ot the trouble at Homestead wero engaged for their pcrllious wcrlc at 01 Uroauvvay. I Korlhi- past week tho I'lnkerton agency has been advertising and hunting up men for the alleged purposa of going 10 llurralo as vvaichmen. A number of cx.p dice meu wero solicited lo join tho ranks and exceptionally good pay was promised. Hero Is a 1 ostal card shown to an Kv-Msn I Worn 11 reporter by nn cx-pollceman: 1 "UrAKhiK! Call at Nil. ill llroadway, room 4U, ttunday, July a, at 10 o'clock, with- , out fall, llrlng tbls with you. I " . '. II. llEIN." 'lln lleln who signed his nainu to Iho postal-card was tho captain of the I'lnkerton men, who was shot during tbo battle yestcr- day. He had tho engaglna of the men and fa. several days last week ho selected bla men tn room 40, on the fourth Doir of 01 Broad- About forty men left Mondr mo.nlll . J charge of lleln. aud lhey first , ., 1 llutlalo. , ' l0 Anion? them were johu l.utz, tttj ga . inusiached man ot forty, vvho gave'ht. ore 's as u .0 West Hlxtleth street; bo wa, Z. lu the groin and In the head and scrio-,iT hurt In I bo llomestend fight ) ovterdsy. William MeKlnney, of ino West Hlx'teonth street, whose head was cut; tlcorgo A Hess, of .loo (irand street; John Southwell of 11 l-'otirlb avenue; p. y. pianagaD' of .',-,- West Twenty, fourth street-' .1. ltadus, of 11.14 Kast Kltty-tourtU street Charles Mctlonlgle, of 1-.4 East sixteenth street; Willi im Koehlcr, of 4-.:i j.-ast Tvvonty-nlnih street; Itobcrt Campbell 0f ono Hundred and Forty-sixth sirnit aud Southern lloulovard ; William nnd Jamci Newman, of 107 Kast Ono Hundred and f-ecinl sticet, and William K. Conner, of l'ordhain. There were also theso Iliooklyn men ; Jamei liennen. of :'4t) White street; Charles .Mitchell, of .ll. Ilroadvva) ; Thomas Miller, ol ."il Harrison uvonue ; C. Travers, of us' Moekeravenue, au I Wlllhiu llunkatt, ot HI Cheever plac-p. A group of iwarlhv.lookliig young men wero standing In Hunt of the building 81 llioadwav thlsniiirnliig. They were a suspicion ..looking lot and lhey ettrluiily scanned tho facus of everybody that entered the building. When au Ktkmsd Wont.ii leporler alighted from the elevator on the fourth floor h found that 100111 411 was locked. It was a dark-looking room. There was nothing on thn door to Indicate tho cliaraet'T ot tho imslnt.i carried on within. Inquiry in the bull Hug disclosed the fact tint tho rmm was occupied only for an hour during thu day. A number of tho tenants knew th.t tho room was used as the vinkerlon employment ou renti for the linnwstcad trouble, but the woik- ol hiring tho me was eairled on very qiil-tly. Ihe reportei on his way ,- 0f the building entiuised with a young man who was one ot th giotip. lie at Hist eyed the repoiG-r with suspicion, hut finally ndmltted that ho had .niuu lo the building tu sicuie ork as a watchman. lie sail that he w.is well aware that he seM going Into the employ ofthe Plukeilons, an e-cueclcd to be sent to Plttt.ur.'. -1 am not a bit scaled," he said. "We are promised :i per day, with focd, and 1 don't lliluk that there Is much danger of a repe tition of jisleiday's trouble." 'I he would-be I'lnkerton watchman said be was limn Hrooklyn, ami n majority ot the utheis were also irom the amu place. 'Ihe liveliest kind of hustle and excitement pen aded the general unices ot tho I'lnkerton Agenc) nu hchniifjo place, which Is onl) a sione's throw rrom their annex al ill llroadway. licsplte the extraordinary ac'lve cindli Ion of affairs, Iho office had le'st none of Us air ol ni)stery. When '1 111: i:vimsh Wiiiii.ii repoiter en teied the unlet- tl-ere were a half dozen men, .ippaienil) leintll,, slt'lng on n Lench In tb- :11am oftlc? walilig to bo iishe-ii-d Into the I pilvali-tlll-i-111 siipt. I, nogs I A cleik who was deeply meigi-d In tbo task nf clipping fiom newspapers accounts nf the UOJbleal lloinesiead felt bis work lo lntoiui -Ml. ttub'.'it PliiLc-rion 01 Ihe re- oilei's pres inn. ' 'Ihe de. Uil.uicd Into a pi Hole ufTlceand I ictnri t-it in ineciui-eof minute. llotti lr. I'liikeitnu and Mr I..11 gi beg to bo ex. ius.il. 'Ihev have 110111111 In sav 10 the . pi ( ss," vv is tin-young man's unswer. Mho ehrk could tint tell whether there was am Iniell'genee concerning the iimdll Inn ot 1 hi- Injured men, und he limit-: seJ. equal Ignoi jme as to the llkellhocd tf any mure men being seni to Homestead. BITTER AGAINST PINICERTONS. Locsd Iabor I-pnders Declare 'that j tho Detectives Should Ee Wiped Out. j W'oiklhgme-i lr. ai-il abo-i' the city are, ot couisc, iiiie-iiM-l) liiieiclt.il In Ihe progress of Hit- stiuijglK between cipttat and labor n.m going ounl Himcsicail. 'I ho II ardor Walking licit-gates metyes 11 Ida) attiini on and excitedly discussed the n-.'Hsuf the tattle between the I'lnkcrtons aud the workmen. They adopted a resolu- , Hon i-xpri-sslng sympathy with the btrlker. and bipe fir thtir iilllmale success. ! Prominent labor 1-nders epre-s their opln- I lon-i of the i-oiilll't as follows- I siiiiiii-l ii iiupe-rs, Presidi-ni of thcAmerl- I can li deration of Labor: "It is uufortu. J 1 ntely too true that mut or tho blood spilled al IK meslead was apllled bv I'lnkeiton men. 'lliein was no necessity mi- tho eonflh t, ' vvhli-h wns provoked, and nil limit cause, by the c .itlicv,'19 Coinpjiiy. I ! te.ni-d thn Jtteiiipltil ciilintieenf pink erioii eiiiplii)i-esiisau Invasion of thorlghls id the dwellers In Houicstead most of whom j have llvt-dnnd voiked then- for yearn, and aieuw lifts or their own houses, -hcl'lnkfi- I Ion inv.ideisnie cutthroats and the scum of suilely. 1 hev aiu neltiit-r mote tmr less than the adv slice giard loan army of Hungarians and Poles, who will be lmponed loiako tho plices of Ami rlc-in cltliens. . "lapjiovuot 1 lui action ot the wage-earu- ' ersat Iloinestead lu trslstlng tho landing ot 1 I'lnkerton detectives. 1 hat body of men Is a private force. 1 hen- Is a disastrous analogy for It 111 Alnerleiu history. Aaron Iluir c rganlzed a force similar in scope and organ ization und was impeached Kir doing so. 'lbs people vvho, niter all.'iuletho country raje when they hear thu name of I'lnkerton." I John 11. o'Conneil, Master Workmen of DIs tilct Assembly No, 411; "Although tbo steel workers aro not members of tho Knights of I.al or," ho tald, wo nro willing to forego all differences with tho Federation and Join hands to right this despot Carnegie." Delegate John Carberry " Tho Homestead outrages aro so flagrant I hat they gavo the unions an opportunity and a lever that Is Ir resistible for the cruahlug of the I'lnkerton force." I Iielcgate John Kent, of the Gasfltters' I'nlon " I am emphatic In pronouncing tax detestation ot tbo PInkerton force" ous Adams, of the Hrooklyn Varnlshers" I'nlon -Tho sympathy of humanity has been enlisted In the cause ot tollers shot down llkeoos." litli'gato John tjulnn, cf the Plastotera' Laborers, rtmarked that tho uso ot dynamite against iho detectives nas right, Chnrloi (-clinch!, ot the United brotherhood ot Carpenteis and Joiners; "'ihe conduct of Plnkerton's men has maco It a duty ot Amer lean citizens to shoot them down when en- ' gaged In such nets ns they am guilty of at the Carueglo Iron Works, as they would shoot housebreakers or highway robbers." I Delegate Frank W. llalmes, of the United 1 Wood-carvers 'iho conduct of I'lnkerton detectives Is outrageous. It Isawful to think Twelve In a Cellar. Nell Nelton, In ntxt Sunday'i World, mtUI't of th thl linn of Hamburg, will ittall im tlr tumstancti of a fan lln of fa el ut IMia tn a cellar Then cannit afford 25 cmtt a term for the In itrmtlon of a daughter with a t-oc. T$ll lr neuBiealer to Mate you a copg of the tSuniaf Would) or you will mft something $ (