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-KHTA HLISHED AUGUST 24,1852. WHEELING, WEST YA., TUESDAY MOllNING, MARCH 6,1888. VOLUME XXXVI.?NUMBER 1(J9. - ? - i i ty&k Mdligtmr. Offlcfi M"(. '40 aud 27 Fourteenth 8tre?f, Wist Vihuinia baa not only the material rc&oarcea to attract tbo world'a favorable notice; eho hia also excellent public echo jIh, abundant cbarcheo and a peace/a! population. Tiik New York Financial Examiner| gjvea West Virginia a lift which it affords the l.sTKLLiuitNi-KK xreut pleasure to pab-1 liflh in/all. in other timea these things I did not happen to aa. And the good day baa only begun to dawn. "What shall the harveet be?" I The Board ol irumigrauuu auu ue?i?oprnent in receiving letters asking for such information a?, to be speoitic, moat come from the County Auxiliaries and the landholders. it Ib to ba hoped that the Board may at mi early day be put in posaeteion of the data on which to base Bucii replies as It desires to make for the promotion of its work. The speeches of Mr. Davis and Mr. El* kins are attracting wide attention. Wherever they aro mentioned West Virginia is mentioned in the same breath. These speeches are solid chunks, and it is their proad destiny to appear again in the Special State Development Edition of the Intelligence!!. A considerable part of i Mr. Elkins' addrcts v, e shall roproduce in ve languages besides English. In constqueucd of a pressure of othor ( matters, we have been obliged to lay over antil now the reply of Judge Fer- ' guson to Mr. C.irskadon. Judge Fer* ' goson's article has lest nothing of its j point by this treatment. It is just as sharp as it was t'uo day it was received. I The Intelligencer ventures to express the hope that these two distinguished ' champions may conduct their discussion ; without dealing in personalities. Their hatnn,, w rfiAdinp. and 1 tt( kiuico at a i'~ . _ the ono who foul3 surest of his causa can beat alibi J to lot it tit in J ou its morita as hapreaenta them. Hkioht eaya that the President is aoon to yisit Weat Virginia. Wonder what ia bringing him. Can ho bo coming to see how well wo are pleased with the prospect of frao woo), freo salt, freo lumber and the dosing of oar pottoriea? To hieuro a thoroughly warm welcome he should bring with him Mr. Mills, who lias sought in his feeble way to give practical form to the destructive doctrine preached by iho President of the United States. It would give Weat Virginians ttreat pleas*.'re to show the President what we have in this State and what it is that he and the majority of bio party propose to thrnttlo. Object leesous have boen found very instructive. Manaukk X'kaiifon, of the Wheeling Pottery, in his article in to-day's IntclliGI5CKK, gets (he free traders of this vicinity on tha raw. He carries hia argument farther than he did in his recent Inthlliukncbr iuterview, and the further it goes the worse it ia for tbe Mills bill. Mr. Pearson has the good fortune to know what he ia talking about?which increases the oorry plight of the other side. His gentle referenco to borax, the selling prico in tho American market and the duty, will add to the discomfiture. It is tiue that tho duty ia live cents per potind, but it is also true that the common ity is selling in the American market at7}t'tjnts per pound, about t of a cent per pou.id higher than in Eagland. This . ?i? !>? itnth ITnilar Hi# nraannt IB BUI OH iwu.". r. doty of tb e conta per pound borax hae j gold in the merican market at 5$ cento per pound, U cannot bo that the tariff i on born x io very grinding. It is worth knowing tbat the develop* moat of tho American borax industry haa , brought down the price the world over, i Be/ore the United stales entered into the competition strongly borax aold in the 1 English market as high na 120 shilling per j hundredweight; now it cells at 33 ahill* I ings. It ia tho experience of thia country that protection ultimately brings down the , price of tho protected article. John U. i Calhoun knew thi#and avowed it. Some Litter Day Stints of his party are not bo wise, or, if eo wlee. are not so honest. A Dpfaulllug County Trcaanrei. ILvbmbbukq, Pa., March 6.?Particulars of a defalcation in tho oflhe of the 11 Trunonmr Knv.t ViAHn IQR(1? nnblic. UUUUVJ , _ w? It has b sen discovered that daring the term of GVunty Treasurer John 8. Longonecker, fror; 1882 to 1885, there waa a defalcation in hia oilice amounting to $17,000. Longenecker's clerk waa Eraatua J. Jones, who succeeded him as Connty Treasurer. When .Longenecker went out of oilice, Jones gave him receipts showing that he had received ail th6 money eupposed to be in the treasury, when the fact waa that there was a shortage of $17,000, which Jonos concealed and carried all through his term of office, ending on the first of January. IIoMntle Amends. Kaphas Citt, March 5.?George Pendergast, alias George Berry, who died Saturday night, has a peculiar history. He wan employed at the State National Bank in Springtleld, and purloined aomo funds from the aafe and escaped. He came to (Causae (Jity and obtaiuod a position, did well and savod money, and at his death had paid back nearly all the money takon from the hand. A representative of the bauk had traced him here and agreed with him not to prosecute, if restitution waa made. Now Mnchtn? (or Cleaning Cotton Seed. Xbw Uri.ka.sh, March 5.?a successful exhibition has been given of tho new machino for cleaning cotton seed. Ex*pcrts are of the opinion that it will revolution!*) tho present aystom ami largely increaeo the quantity of lint cotton. The machine is the invontion of J. Howard McCormicSr, a young man of ttitaoiiv umi ita rhiflf /uaturo is that it cleans tho seed" perfectly by Steel brashes, leaving the lint *a clean ?? from tho glu. five Lom?s for february. Saw Yobk, March 5.?The fire losses in the United States and Canada in February, compiled from recorda of tho Commercial Bulletin reach the enormonn apgrogate of $11,213,500, or over $4,000,000 above the average February loas for thirteen years. There were twenty-ono Urea of over $100,000 lore rach, WASHINGTON NEWS. ItKSOLUl ION IN Til JC LOWERIIOV8E To Investigate the (Jhlcago, Hnrllogton A | Uulno; Strike?A Lively Debate lu the Nennte on the Klght Hoar Lnw In (he Public PrintingOfBce, ?tc. Washington, D. 0., March 5.?In the Senete Mr. Ii?agan reported adversely from tho Poatoflice Cornmittte tho Elmanda and Cullom postal telegraph billr, and roportod favorably an original bill to ragnlnte .iuUr-stAte corambrce carried on i 4..1 --v. i i. I. uy uuu iu auuj^ub icicgia|ju [companiea to the supervision of tho InterState Commerce Commission. Mr. Gal-" lom insisted that this bill should bo referred to the later-State Gommitteo. A sharp ccrflicfr between the two committees followed, and tbe matter went over without action. ^ Among the petitions and memorials presented and referred were the following: For tLe abolition of al! licenses and tax.* on commercial travelers. From the Women's Christian Temperance Union f jr tbe repeal of internal revenue taxes on alcoholic liqnors and for a prohibitory amendment to the coiietitotion. From citlzans of Kansas against the , Sprinxer Oklahoma bill. From the Society of Friends iu Kansas for a permauent arbitration treaty with i Great Britain. * ( Thirty-two petitions, presented by Mr. J Sherman, for the passage of tbe Per Diem < Service Pension bill and numerous other ? petitions from other States to tho same i affect. < The Hoose concaried in the resolution l directing the Secretary of the Navy to t designate a national vessel to convey the remains of ex-President Pair, of Venezuela, to Laguayra, was passed. -y Mr. Hawiey called attention to cxecutivo document No. 71, being a letter from tbe Secretary of War, transmitting an ab itract statement ot the militia torco 01 tho v United Status. Mr. Ha why said that he c bad received a communication from tho a War Department, saying that the errors contained in tho printed document rendered it aloioat valueless for reference, 0 and that the errors were not contained in t the copy cent from tho Department. He B Uawley) aaked that the document bo ro* (] printed. So ordered. Q The unfinished business, the peoaion v Dill, was laid aaide and the urgent de- E Scieiicy appropriation bill wao taken up t [or consideration. A Among the more important amendnente recommended by the Uommittoe i m Appropriations and adopted by the 0 ienate, wero the following: fl Inducing the item of contingent ex- [ jensen oi L*nd Ollicor from $35,000 to r J25.flfi0. \ Striking out the item of $S,000 for a light md fog signal at Luko Borirue, Mies. , Insetting an item of $5,500 for fitting up r i b%rrack>i, etc , at the National Home for a Disabled Soldiers, at Leavenworth, Kan. c Striking ont thp item of fl'U.OOO for inia- ? salUneotw expanses of United Sta'.oa f Courts, being a deficiency for tho year ; 1887. B Inserting an ilt m of $08,000 for printing j ind binding for the Poototlice Department. The amendment to striko out the fol- t owing paragraph, "And tho Public t Printer is heroby dirccied to rigidly en- ( orce the provisions of the eight-hour law , n tho department under his charge," c laving been reached, Mr. Hoar inquired j if Mr. Hale why the Committee had t acommended. the striking out of tioae j inea, i Mr. Hale roplied that in the first placo e he Committee bad no knowledgo that ? he eight honr law was not enforced in he Department of Printing. There worb ^oraona employed thero, working by the t jiece, who deeired to work more than sight hours who preferrod to work twelve lours, and the adoption of the item might 30 construed to inako theao men stop (work at tho end of eight hours. Tho re- 1 mlt of that might bo to compel good c workingtnen to stop work after eight , tionrsand to allow now, untried, gresn : much 10 do urougni into mo omci*. in . [act, it bad been said that the object of tbo provision waa to introduce 150 new, untried men in the Public Printing Oflice. Mr. Hawley said if the provision had auy meaning whatever, it who an attompt to forbid a man to work more than eight hours, and therefore, in behalf of the working men he proteoted AiiHinst it. It ieemed to hiui a piece of demagogy and nothing elso. Mr. Hoar objected to the suggestion of demagogy. Mr. Hawley?I did not know that the Senator from Massachusetts had anything to do with it. It struck me that it was an effort of demagoguiam and I repeat that remark. Mr. Hoar?This proposition of political economy (whether wise or foolish, whether it is demagogniera, or whethor opposition to it is shallow-patod assurance) is ouo which has had the support of snca a profound thinker as John Stuart Mills, and by such practical reasoners as Thus. B. McOauley. t la the Holme. Washington, D. 0., March 5.?Orders were entered in the Honae to-day assigning the 22od and 244.h of March for the J consideration of the measure reported by the Committee on tho Judiciary, an ! the ' 27th and 2tfth of March for tho consideration of business called up.by tho Committee on Commerce. Mr. Plamb, of Illinois, rising to a question of privilege, eent to the Clerk's desk and had read an article in a Chicago paper headed "Plumb's Little Bobble," in which it is stated that tho Judiciary Committee has found that thero ia nothing in Plumb'a alleged discovery that the funding act of 1870 was tampered with by the erasure of the word "for" and the substitution of the word "after." In view of the fact, he said, that his position was misrepresented in the article, ho asked consent to print in the Jitcord some remarks defining his position. Consent waa. granted. Mr. Whlto, of Indiana, introduced the following preamble and resolution, which was referred to the Committee on .Commerce. WnKMtAR, There has b?en inaugurated a great strike on the Chicago, Barlington & Cjoincy which, if not speedily checked, will end in widespread destitution and sulferlng, not only to those immediately engaged in it, but to others who are not directly connected therewith, yet nevertheless are greatly affected by the prolongation and continuance of said strike. JietoJved, That a special committee of Ave members be appointed by tho Bpeakor to proceed at once to Chicago and there investigate the condition of affairs in relation to said strike, and that they bu em powtitcu uuu MlJUfBltU IU BUL KB U1UU1** tors botweou the 0., B. <k Q. Railroad Company oud uhie; Arthur, and bring about a settlement of the pending troubles and diflertinces which will bo amicable and agreeable to both parties, oo that tbo strike will terminate. Mr. Butterworth, of Ohio, introduced a bill appropriating 1227,000 to onablo the various executive departments to participate in the International exhibition to be held at Oinoinnati from Jaly 4 to October 7,1M. ^ KnndHll's lllll Near Completion. WAiHixaTox, Much 6.?The internal revenue reduction bill liu been completed by the Democratic memben of the Waye and Munii Oommltwe and is m belnx printed. It will bo Itid before t (nil committee tomorrow. Mr. Randal tariff bill ia nearing completion and * be made public in a day or two. W?at Vlrgtntana In Washington. Biatial Diti>oUh lo 1JU InUlliotncer. Washington, March 5.?Senator Ken was to-day re-elected Chairman of t Democratic Congressional Committi The new Republican Congressional Coi mittee will meet tho latter part of t week. (ien. Gofl will probably be i elected to the Chairmanship. Col. Michael Sweeney, of Charlesto Superintendent of the Kanawha & Oh Railroad, a brother of Ned Sweeney, tl famous National Hotel bouncer, is in tl city on business. Democratic State Committeeman, 8. Vincent, of Wayne county, and Assists: District Attorney Thompson, of Summe county, are here. Also W. J. Sheppe: and L. Reinbeimer and wife, of Fai mout James W. Crawford has been appoint* Dostrnaater at Burbville. and Bedford C Beirne at L^wisburg. Mary Byrnside hi been appointed postmistress at Byrnsic temporarily. DKCLAltKD VOID. A D?elalou That Will Hetard Rallron Ilulldlog In S joth Carolina. Columbia, 8. C., March 6.?It has bee tbe custom lor years to build railroads i South Carolina almost entirely by connl and townahip subscriptions. Many bui dreda of thousands of township bone have been issued under this system. Th majority of these bonds are held onteid ->( the State, many in New York. Judg Norton, of the Circuit Court, has juat dt sided that such bonds are unconatitutioc il, ami that the taxes to pay the interet ire illegal and cannot be collected. Th question will be carried to the State 8c >reine Court, and doubtless to the Unite* States Supreme Court. THJC NKWPAttiT. rhe Order of Patriot* diat Expect to Ueva lutioulss I'ulltloa. Little Falls, N. Y., March 5.?A nei irgauization has been formed in thi :ountry of an independent political chai icter. The members of it believe that it i inly a question of a abort timo till it wil K-como ft ruling party for good in nation 1, Ht&te and local politics, and that its in luence will be as far reaching and grea a was that of tho Know Nothing part; rhen that body was a force in America} nliucs. The members also believe tha bis now organization is destined to livi s long as the Union endures. For several years it has been the cus ornof the leaders of tbe two great parciei if this village to raise from their memberi i corruption fund to be used in purchat eg votes on election pay. About 25 pe: :ent of tho votable inhabitants of th< own wore thus purchased out of the fund At the recent election here the Indo >endont Order of Americau Patriots, th> i?w organisation which has recentl] prang mio existence, ana uavini* as one if itfl objects tbo parity of the ballot, dele ;uted several of its members to stayatthi >ul!s to intercept tbo vote buying, and i; n the performance of tbat duty any per ion wftscaught illegally purchasing or sell ng his vote, to have him arrested. Mr. 0. J. Palmer, a leading lawyer o his village, is tbe Grand Commander ol he Order in the United States. Th< )rder, as it now exists, was formed oni rear ngo, although it was in tbe early par tf 1888 when it became fully organized flow councils are being established ai liferent places, aud it is reported that be ore fall it will have reachod tbe import int towns of every county in the Htati md every important city in the Unitei states. BOOM FOB OltUsl/AM. *hi!ndel|ililA Poltilclnna (Jonaldur 111 Cbitteti Good, Philadelphia, March 5.?Sines Jame 3. Blaine sent word from Florence tha lis name will not be presented for th lonsideration of tho Republican Nations Convention, and George W. Child's mad lis declination final and absolute, th Philadelphia politicians have about corn o the conclusion that the Presidents lomination is most likely to go to th West. Concerning that much, there i nore talk around tho city aboutJudg Walter Q. Gresham, oi Indiana, than a) if tbe otner candidates, and many believ :bat he will be the nominee. Should h ie nominated the Vice President wou!< laturally come from tbe East, und Ben ito. Joseph R. Hawley, of Connecticut, ii ho man named. It la urged tnat tnia ticket, ureal)an rad Hawley, would have a better show o winning than any that can be selected 3utaide of the inherent strength of th candidates tho claim ia made that Ores nam will swoop Indiana and Hawley cai ry Connecticut, and with the Blaino State sf 1884 ataudjng solid, the election of th Republican candidates would be assurei without New York or New Jersey. A J HUSKY WOMAN'SLUCK. jure of a Furtua* Utctaie ller Namt 1 Kllea. Tbkntok, N. J,, March 5.?Word ha been received by Mra. Ellen Silar, of thl city, and James Nally, a! Milhelm, tbi 11 -.1 A.. .lU.. ..I.li./,. 1 L. luoy nuu uvu utuoi iD?u*iia novo ui come heirs by the death of their aun Mra. Ellen Blake, in England, to a fo; tone of $7,500,000. The will, they Bay, provides that th money shall be distributed amongtfc nearest or kin, who ars Mrs. Silar, Jame Nally, the MisaesiMary and Bridget Fei ny, of Yonkojs; John and Nicholas Nail] and Miss Margaret Feeny, of Ireland. The news was communicated to tb brothers of Mrs. Silar and Mrs. Nally i Ireland by the attorney who drew the te tamcnt. He was instructed to notify all the interested persons in this country. Mrs. Hilar says she was a favorite wil her annt, and was named after her at Mr Blake's request in the old country. The were very intimate there, but since Mr Hilar came to this coontry she_ says sb has completely lost track of her aunt. 1 am sure," she said, "that tho news is co rect, because my aunt alwava told n that I should never regret bearing tl name of Ellen." Charles Silar, her hu band, is a fireman at the Ringgold sire crossing of the Philadelphia and Readii Railroad. A CONDUCTOlt HANDBAGQBD. Bobbed by BInak??l Man Who Left HI for D??d. Mandak, Dai., March 5.?About mi night, near New Buffalo, Ballman Co doctor Towns was attacked in the drv Inn-room o( his car by two masked me who sandbagged him and robbed him $SW and the contents ol his pocketbook. TKao than ilronmarl Kim *0 (hn nliHnf ol the car and left him for dead. He w fnnnd by a panenger shortly alter tl train had started, bat did not regain t tenses nntil the train reached Mandi thia morning. Hew Bnflalo is a few mile] west of Fa go and the train was a westbound Nort em Pacific express train. Mad* an Alignment, Louutilli, March 6 ?Tbe Preaby teri Motnal Aasnrance Fund made an aaeli roent to-day. The asseats are 126,01 The liabilities are between 150,000 a 960,000. i: TOE TO THE CHIEF. Il'? ,iU MOIUL AND MONRTArtY SVPPOItl Pledged by (ha llrotherhood Chairmen a the Cailotari1 Moating it Chicago?A J111 Secret Conference? A General Strike 6 Will Affect ? Million Laborer*. M. Dabe Caicioo, March 5.?Keforring to the e- possibility ol a general strike.;being ordered on Weatero railroads by the engird neers and firemen, a local paper eajs: "It lie 1' probable that the Chicago 6l Northle western, the Chicago, k:ck Island A Pacific, the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Panl, Qi the Chicago & Alton, the Wisconsin Cenr> tral, the Illinois Central, the Wabash, the rd Chicago, St. Panl 4 Kansas City, and all ir" ol the branch and leased lines ol the above J(j named railroads would be involved. 3, Itoughly rati rusted, this will embrace is ubout 23,000 miles of road, and will com*e pietely close the channels o( communication between Chicago and the West. It will lay s complete embargo on the Northui west, cut oft' communication to Council Bluffs, Omaha and Missouri river points, n except by. circuitous routee, and to a parn lial degree the same thing to the Southwest. It will destroy express business, y paralyz* trade, suspend the operation of i- all mining and manufacture# induslries, Is and transform busy hives of industry into | centres of idleneeo aud stagnation, and i this in n territory of over a thousand 6 square miles. 8 "When it is remembered that these '* roads penetrate to the Canadian boundary on the north, to the Rocky mountains on the west, and to the Indian Territory on 0 the south, the scope of their operations l* and the magnitude of the interests they d serve can be better comprehended. More than this it would cut oil the great northern and middle transcontinental routes, reducing them to local roads at once, tbe i. consequent being that the great interior basin from Utah to Oregon would suffer p equally with the Mississippi and Missouri river valleys. "It is not only trade and commerce ' which would sutler. Labor, both skilled and common, would feel the effects, and a most disastrously. The general managers , of the railroads namx>d freely state that in case of a strike upon their lines, there is " but one course for them to pursue?shut down the shops and the freight houses, t discharge the workers, and await the end. Y Cessation of operations would mean the 1 immediate discharge of four-fifths of the t number. This would throw out of work 9 92,000 men, and according to the average wages paid entail upon them a daily loss of over $200,000. This is tho direct result, i Beyond that comes the stoppoge of xnanu i factories, tne suspension oi mines, tnr> - cessation of lumber operations, etc , which r most follow Bay shutting down oi tne raild roads mentioned, and it ia a conuervative . statement to estimate thin great outaido army employed in the named industries i atone million m.?n." r About 4 o'clock this afternoon General ) Manager Harria, ot the Chicago, Burling- | ion end Northern, called at Chief Arthur's 3 private room. Mr. Harris ia the manager ' [ of the road on which a strike was to occur ' - at 5 o'clock this evening. The road ex- i tends from Savunnab, 111., to Minneapolis. Chief Arthur came from tho grievance f committee meeting to Mr. Harris. Mr. [ Harris requested Mr. Arthur's assistance j in averting the threatened strike. To 3 this Mr. Arthur replied that he had not t been consulted by the men abootstriking . and therefore if they struck it was their l own tight. He could not interfere either - for or against. This made it necessary lor Mr. HarriB 9 to discuss the differences with hia own i men. The grievance committee of the road was called in from the general meeting and a talk was had. An hour's discussion resulted in un order to the men not to strike, and the wholo matter is held in abeyance until the chairman of B the committee can reach home and have t a talk. Though Chief Engineer Arthur and G Grand Master Sargent utterly refused to :1 permit any questioning concerning what Q dnd been going on in the engineer's meetinu to-dav. it was laarnwl frnm nn? who q occupies a position of importance on the j committee what bad transpired. 0 "lu the first place," said be to the As* q sociated Press reporter, "Chief Arthur 0 called the heads of tbo Grievance CJom\ mittees together for the purpose of aacere taining how the engineers und firemen of e the roads centreing in Chicago felt toward j the .Burlington men. He wanted to be . sure of bis position before he took any 3 further steps in regard to the Burlington management. When the meeting was u opened the Chiof requested a full and free f report froxn each one. He asked them not to blind him by giving him exaggerated e reports, but to simply say whether or not i. tbo muu on their lines were willing to back r. him up if he still fought for the cause of Q the Burlington men. One by one the e chairmen reported, and it is a fact tnat all 1 the reports were of tbo same tenor. Allegiance to the chief and moral and monetary support to the fullest degree. This sccouuts for the universal good humor of the delegates whon they separated, and a the confident air of the Chief Engineer andOrand Master this evening." ib "Did ine umei ieeue any orders to His Is nnbordinntes, or indicate any line of action t lor the future ?" "No he did not. He thanked them for their loyalty, told them to go to their t, various divisions, report to the men that r. he was in the fight to win and if they stood firm to the pledges given at today's o meeting he would win the Burlington e fight, and that in Bhort order." 9 After the meeting it was announced that 9. tho public mass meeting called by the r, engineers and firemen for to-morrow night bad been indefinitely postponed. ie No reason for tho postponement was n given. b- An attempt was made this evening to 10 obtain au expression of opinion from the olllcers of the Chicago, Burlington & Qaincy h as to whether they were in favor of b. a Congressional investigation of the iy strike or wero at all disposed to axreo to s. the intervention of arbitration from ie Washington. A disheartening failure was 'I met at the very outset. General Manager r- Htono refused even to see the ie reporter. The qneetion, what did Mr. ie Htono think of Congressman White's b- resolution was sent in through a third Bt party to tho general manager. An anig ewer was quickly returned that Mr, Htone had nothing whatever he desired to say on tho snbject, and would not be led into any discussion. m tiik ulahs slluahon'. No Conference Arranged bj the Flint Men. | U- Jfoalllou ot the lilnnulncturert. a- Pittbbdrqh, March 5.?The situation ol ?- the tlint glass strikers remain* unchanged. n? No conference baa yet been arranged for j of between the manufacturers and thoUnion, and nothing will be done before President j m Smith, of tho Union, who ia absent from M the city, returns home. ^ A member of the Associated Glass ,jB Manufacturers Exacutive Committee said iQ to-day that he felt confident the proposi* tion wbich had been bent to the workers union would result in aciion favorablo to h. a termination ol the trouble. He alsa said that they were willing to make sorno concisions, provided the otlicials of the Union would meet them half way* an Tha Pittsburgh Fklntfrt' 8trlk?. S" Pitts bubo h, Pa., March 5.?The paintQ(j ers of Pittsburgh and Allegheny, who are members ol Union No. 10 ol the Painters' and Decorators' Brotherhood, innngon a etriko this morning, demanding ! nine honrs constitute a day'a work , that the wages be $3 per day. Four fi have already granted the demands, others are in favor of acceding to t Union scale. The etriko will probablj of short deration. About, seven hunt! men are affected. EVICT!NO TAMILIKS Of the Striking Cigar Makers In New 1 ! City?UualneM Interrupted. Nkw Yobk, March 5.?The strike ? mittee and anion leaders of the ci makers resolved on their orders yeeter< preparatory to brisk fighting this we To-nfght and to-morrow night all the 1( unions in New York, Brooklyn and Jer City hold meetings for the purpose of vising some more stringent measure! drive the proprietors to a eetuement i end the long continued strike. The 1 tory owners claim that the action of H( ard Ives in refusing to pay anion wai strengthens their position and th6 pol and civil justices are cheokmating I heretofore eflective "picket" manoern of the strikers. But the strikers are firm as upon the day they stopped wo The immense cigar trade of the city 1 been scriouely interrupted already by 1 stubborn dead lock. Secretary Dan said yaeterdav thut action will be tak to-night by International Union No. ] upon the conduct of the union membi who havo appointed a committee to go Washington and urgo the abolition of t ruvenue tux on cigars. Tne represen lions of this committee will flatly cont diet the representations made some til ago in Washington by a delegation sc by the union leaders. The marshal h tweve families on his hands to be evict this morning. coal m*kll\tobs. To Confer with Western Meu ltcgnrd! Freight Hate*. Fitthbuboii, March 5.?A oommitt representing the railroad coal operate of Pittsburgh left this evening for Chicas whero tbey will confer in conjunction wi a delegation of Ohio coal operators ai railroad representatives, in relative to tl rate of freight from both this and tl flocking Valley district to the lake Several meetings have already been he! but no conclusions reached. At the meeting to be held in Ohicaj to-morrow and Wednesday itiecDntiden ly believed an agreement will be renche The distance from tbo Hocking Vail* district to Cleveland is greater than tl distance from Pittsburgh, yet heretofoi Hocking Valley hus had an advantage fifteen centn pur ton. Lust year, for e: ample, Pittsburgh paid ninety cents pi ton while tne Ohio operators paid sevent; five cents. The operators from both districts natu 1 nil/ Ol^rODU WU1IO U?IU( IUO iniHUIB u. ferflncs iu the price of coal that ti freight rates should be tho same froi both districts What this rate shall be now the question to bo settled with ti railroad people. Coke Operutots Disagree. Cjnnkllsvillb, Pa , March 5 ?Ti coko producers have decided I enter the market iudividaally sim the coal syndicate refuses to sett claims for damage on the terms of tb producers. Etch operator will sell h own coke, restrict output as he sees f and make such arrangements about waft as suite himself and employes. The u tlon may result in reduced prices fi coke. A lOXUUU ? Oil*8 AllbTAKE CHuaeo ji Frlglittdl Kitllrnnd Acoldec NnmeH of Killed mid Injured. Cincinnati, 0., March 5?A spec! fronl Somerset, Ky., says: A frightf collision occurrejl on the Cincinnal Northern & Texas Pacific Tailroad at Pii Knot, L?, about 3 o'clock yesterday eve: iog, which resulted in the killing of oi man, tho fatal irjaring of anothor ar the serious wounding of others; besidi viiH untutftgn ?u ium rnuruuu. j.iib iuk and iujured are: Fireman John Adam of Luington, killed on;right; Sol. Pe kins, u tramp, injarod internally, wi dio; Conductor Green Porch, of this plau badlv bruised about the face; Enginoi L. B. Murray, leg broken; Brakema James Gossot, hip joint dislocated; Brak man William Jones, leg fractured. T1 blame is placed on Conductor Taylor an Engineer Mirray, of freight No. 2, wh it eeems, attempted to rnn from the tita liny to Pine Knot abe?d of time. Coi ductor Green Porch had orders to run i the State line on freight. No. 15 regardla of No. 20 WheuNo 15 *as within a mi of Pine Knot, Porch's train daubed from b yond n curve and went crashing into nil before tho men on either train had tin; to jump. OuersBuy lltpubltoan Committee. Spcclal VUpateh to the Intelligencer. Cambridob, 0., March 5.?The Repul licp.n Central Committee of Guerns< county m'Jt at Cambridge to day ac named April 10 as the date of the count convention. A resolution was adopti recommending the holding of the Coi greesional convention for this district i time to elect Natioual delegates. Uepublloau Victoria*. Lkwuton, Mr, March 5.?Maniclp elections were held to day throughout tl State. Id Lewiston tho vote for Mayor wm Little (R?p ) 1,790; McUillicuddy (Dem 1,013. Auburn?Penley, Republican, r eeived 1,004 votes; Foae, Democrat, 37i Stanley, Independent, 281; French, Pr hihition, 62. The city government of A barn and Lewialon are Republican. SmHllpox From France* N*w Yokk, March 6?Tho Freni steamer La Normandie, which arrivi this morning from Havre, ie detained quarantine on account of a case of smal pox in tho otecrnge. She is expected get up to tho city this afternoon. CONDKX8KD TKLKUUAM8. Mra. Louisa Alcott, the authoreas, dying of brain fever. Municipal electionoin Maine yeeterda sit far as heard from, show unprecsdenti Republican victories. H. B. McMechen, a Stoubenville, ( grocer, assigned yesterday. Liabiliti $3,000; assets unknown. While riding Saturday Secretary of Sti Rnvard was thrown from hin horaa. A! B?yard was not seriously hart. Hanator Sabin, of Minnesota, oays t Mills bill cannot become a law; that ev 11 it passes the House, the Senate w kill it. Robert Garrett, ex President ol tbe B timoro <& Ohio Railroad, has arrived Siagat)nr?>, and will take a leisurely to through India. Black measles H treating havoc atno theNiz Perce Indians. Within a ft days forty-two huvo died and foorte m )ro are dying. At the faneral of ex-Fire Gommissioi Brennan, of New York, fonr women i poared.each claiming to be a widow of t deceased. Thore wee no disturbance. Fx-Sberiff IIar.ee, of Zinesville, Ob made an attempt yesterday to take t life of his mistress, Mrs. Frankie Wf While embracing herhe pulled a revolt and fired at her, but the ball struck a and glanced to one side. Hanes has ( appeared. He is married man witl large family. $2 FOR MRS. CLEVELAND and _ Md YOUNO RADIUS ORGANIZE CLUBI the ' be For the Coming Campaign?A Movement t< Ired Form Prances Cleveland Marching Oloba?The Lady of the White Bonn* ltunnlag Better than iler Ilnaband, ork Gkjceniburo, Pa., March 5.?Efforts arc om" being made by the young Democratic ladies of this place for the organization ol afty ' ?* ITronnflB niovolanil marchinc clnb. foi the purpoae ol taking ail aclivo part it >ca' the coming Presidential election. ?cy The dob will be composed ol aome ol It?" the leading young ladies of this place and laj will be uniformed taatelnlly, each wearac inii a white ailk badge with the plctnre of '* Mrs. Cleveland engraved on Ik The; JJJ will be fnrnlahed with torchee made ee;he pedally lor the occulon anil wiU turn ont lie at every political procession, and will be *> drilled in tho manual ol arms and marchj ing manocuvera by (killed drlll-mastera. ilje Similar orgiuli itlons are to be started ipf throughout the coanty, and may spread over the 8tate. " A SALVATION NOLUIKH to Com*i to Orl.r la Farkenbarg-Oa tfuu r?- for Fntaduleut Tran?notlno?. lie tytcial Dlnxtich to the InttUiuc.uxr, infc Pabikkmiuuu, W. Va , March 0.?An Rd important case was called in court this 3 afternoon, tho casa of the State of West Virginia again*; 8 S. McOardle, tbo moat prominent member of the Parkeraburg D* Poet of tbe Solvation Army. Tnero a<e eight separate charg03 in the indictment, 00 which waa found by tho grand jury at the 1,8 November term of court. Tneae charges ;o, ore to the effeci that McO irdle, ffhil i act* th ing as agent of the Webster Wago Comj pany fraudulently appropriated to hio f own nae in May and June, 1887, money 10 and machinery amounting to about one !ie thousand dollars, of which he gave no ia. satisfactory account to tho company th.it d, employed him. Mr. B. F. Hodgnun, of the WebBter Wagou Company, at Mounds so ville, ia tne prosecuting witness, it d. CHAHLKNION XOU?4. >y [fl ltow on n Kallroml Train?Arrested for re llinft?ailoem lloturu to Work. q? Special Ditpolchtolhe InUUUjenceri i. Charleston, W. Va, March 5.?Joe Br Clendenin, Harry Barnes and two uny* known men got into a row on the Chesar. peake & Obio.train yesterday near Goal(. burg. Glendonin was shot in tho hip, ?s and bis wound is serious. The party woe J1 ejected from the train. 18 Captain Burnett hab arrested BUI Dooley, 10 colored, for stealing a barrel of flour from a Kanawha & Ohio car. The Belmont Coal Company miners ie have returned to work at the old prices. A New Lumber Uumpsujr, 30 special Ditpatch to the Jnttlliaeneer, le Davis, \V. Va , March 5.?The J. L. Bambarger Lumber Company havi sold j. their mill property at this place and the bs river franchise to the Block Water Boom c* and Lumber Company, organiud for op3r eratlng here. The principal stockholders of the new corporation are R B. Cnrrier, of Springfield, Maes., L. H. Hamilton, of |t Knoxville, Tenn., and A. Thompson, of Kidgeway, Pa. Work by the new com. pacy will be begun immediately, with Mr. al Thompson as general manager. The ul Ruuibarger Company still retain their ti, mills and yard at Dobbin, on the North l0 Branch of the Potomac. D" State Uevelopmeut Meeting at Fairmont. ie tiptctal Dispatch to the Intelligencer. id Fairmont, W. Va., March 5.?Captain J5? J. Ed. Watson, member of the Executive s Committee o! the State Board of Immir gration for the 8econd Senatorial district, Hi has culled a meeting for next Saturday, e. the 10th instant, at Fairmont, to form a ar a permanent county development organin z:\tion. He has also called similar meet*-' it gain Marshall and Wetzal countios. Captain Watson has invited the President id of the State Board to be present at these meotinga. The people here are thoroughly ly alive to tho importance of tho movea" ment. to EB Y. M. C. A. Officer*. le Special Dispatch to the Intelligencer. e- Morqantown, W. Va., March 5.?The ? Young Men's Christian Association of the West Virginia University met at Chapel Hall yesterday and prccaeded to complete their organization. The following l are the officers elected for the ensuing year: President, Prof. James8. Stewart, of *7 Morgantown; Vice President, Mr. 8. F. id Reed, of Elk City; Treasurer, Mr. M. Pell, ty of Masontown; Recording Secretary, Mr. j<1 Frank C. Reynolds, of Keyaer; CorreQ. sponding Secretary, Mr. L. J. Corbly, of in Parkersburg. A llicelvar Appointed. Special Dispatch to the Intelligencer. rl Parmbmubo, w. Va , March 8.?Judge lu Jackson appointed L. A. Oole aa receiver for the P?rker?borg Qaa Company to-day ' upon the application of aomo of the ) etockboiuers. me gaa works win conf" tinue to be ran. Receiver Oole in Vice ?? Preaident of the Camden Oil Company ?* and a fine buaineea man. a Wellaborf, Josephua Mclntire, a respected and well-known ci titan of Brooke county, was buried yesterday at Cadish chapel. He )d waa one of the oldest local landmarks and At died at the age of eighty-three years. |. Circuit Court waa in aeeaion yeaterday to with Judge Jacob on the bench. A grand jury waa empannelled and completed its labora in the evening with the following result: Three indictments againat Lucas Walter (or the illegal Bale of whisky; one is againat William Maloney, of Bethany, a miademeanor. Considerable chancery ? business waa tranaacted during the day. Bd 1 be viaiting attorneya irom abroad wero Judge Thayer Melvin and Hon. J. fi. Somerville, of Wheeling; Col. J. Danhar * and Ool. J. H. Trainer, of Stenbenville. The cages against L. Walter as manager of . the Manbattau Club will be on trial to<"? An interesting debate on the tariff qneatlon took place at Scott'a Kan achool house ?e on laat Friday night, which waa Jarsely attended by people Irom CroBa Creek dlstrict. John A. Keliey argued from the tariff standpoint, while Peter Downey and 1- other shining Democratic lights irom the in neighborhood took the free trade aido. ur Notwithctanding Kellej's disadvantage by having to cope with three debatera and ?ff the majority oi the judges being Demonw critic, he came off victorious and not only en received Uie vote oi the judges, bat the appreciation oi the aadisnce. Keliey makes no pretensions to be a poblic speaker hat la a close reader and makes a " good argument, and will be heard from ???*<>. >to. Acker's Blood Elixir is the only Blood he Remedy guaranteed. It is a positive euro se. for Ulcers, Eruptions or Syphilitic Polrer Boning. It parities the whole system, and rib banishes all Rheumatic and Neuralgic lis- pains. We guarantee It. Logan 4 Co., 0. i a R. Uoetie, 0. Menkemlller, K. B. Bart and Bowie Bro*. 8 klks' social session. * A Very Kojoyabl* Kot?rt*inm?nt gtveu lb* Ludg* tut Evening. 9 The "Social Session" laat evening Wheeling Lodge No. 28, B. P. 0. El i was one ol the moat notable and aocce Inl events known is its history. I lodge was In secret teaalon 111 9 o'clock itiating a new member. AtiHbedoors wi thrown open and a hearty welcome glv ) to the gneale, aboat 200 gentlemen, ei . bracing city and connty offlcia : and prominent bnaineea mi ' and profeaaional men, who we ' superbly entertained. Kramer's c i chestra sUrted. the programme with mining selection. The Opera House c , chestro added to tne pleasures 01 u evening with a number of overture!. The quartette of which Mr. Will Day the leader sang several selections ac aided materially in the choruses whic were sung. There was also present colored quartette of which Will Turner a prominent member. Mr. Theodore Roller played a corni solo and Mr. H. Giimm a iiuo.piccolo soli Harry Etnsheimer, Otto Nebula, 8. 1 Harrison and others helped make tfc aflair memorable. Capt. bimms, tlie wel known Baltimore & Ohio conductor, di "Old Black Joe" in costume and blac face, and brought down the house. One of the best features was a threi round boxing match between Prof. Hug! Whyte, instructor of boxing at the gym nasium, and Dr. D. B. Kobs, one of his pt pile. They appeared in regulation rin suits, wearing soft gloves, and made a bi hit, the applause being alirojt deafening Mr. 0. K. Tracy, the ?xalted Rulei presided in a manner that took immense ly. He iiued members indiscriminately and made it pleasant for the vieitore Major tieabriKOt, decorated with a police man's star the afzj of a dinner plate, a Serjeant-at-Arms, discharged bis dutiei faithfully. The other Elks played host to perfection. Refreshments and clgan were sorved during the evening. maittin's feiiky. SurvojluK ? llurglnrs Caught ?Hook am Ludoer Organization, Etc. John B. McKtm.ol Wellsville, visite< hai parents here yesterday. The prospective advance in natural gai prices does not take very favorably with private consumers. The Lanolin mill was closed down yes terday while the furnaces wero being changed for the use of coal. Mr. Charles W. Thorngnte will be a can didate at the Republican primaries foi nomination for Councilman in the First ward. Mr. Fred Ruh, the Railroad street tailor, will remove to Washington, Pa , to morrow, to engage in the tailoring busineGS there. i 1 s ? i? *f_ a i A A. CJTJJB Oi uiiKiue?io uuuor lur. x nut a. King, wont to work yesterday morning surveying for the bridge torminals or thia aide ol the river. The Republican Club of Warren town ship mot iu Warronton Saturday oveninj and adopted a constitution and by-lawe The olub, but recently organized, ia fas! growing iu strength, a number of new names being ^enrolled attho last meeting Contractor Charles Sebright has s force of men at work bnilding a new kilt in the Tiltonvillo pottery. The proseni force of men is not enough to carry the work on oa rapidly an desired, and eevera more hands and teams will be put to worfa soon. Mr. J. A. Cooper, of Pittsburgh, is reg istered at the Baylesa House. Mr. Ooopoi is here in tho interest of his new improved iron fence, and it may be said the prospects for the organiz ition of a company here to manufacture this article are very encouraging. Hannah Henderson, whose long Mines* of typhoid fever has several times beer mentioned, died Sunday evening shortlj bofore 9 o'clock. Tho funeral will takt place this afternoon at 2:30 in Rlverview cemetery. The deceased was a bright lit tie girl aged 14 years, and beloved by all her playmates and acquaintances, whe will sadly mourn her death. The Hook and Ladder Company me; 8aturday evening in Thorngate'fl hardware store, and organised with thelfollow ing members: Theodore Snodgraso, J. B Fowler, Charles Thorngate, William Lewis, Culbertson Oreer, William Crowl UT U P-ho-Up Haiti* 1/rn?i V Wfloo will Bowman, Robert Parcel], George Wagoner, Will D>xon, Sana Hmith, Dai Raardon, Howard Griffith, Howard Hip kins aud Walt Darrab. The following ofll cerd were elected: Joseph A. Baylees President; Will Bowman, Vice-President Theodore Bnodgraaa, Secretary; Georgi Wagener,Treasurer; Theodore Hnodgraes Oaptain; Charles Thornjiate, First Liea tenant; W. 0. Hy mos, Second Lieutenant; WillUrowl, Third Lieutenant. Yesterday morning when Mr. Oonrac Long entered his etoto room on Washing ton street, be was mach sarprised to fim his iloor scattered with broken boxet, pa pert, etc. Investigation showed the store had been broken into, the show casej rifled, and from a cl03e estimate aboai $300 worth of razors, penknives and al kinds of catlery was missing. Mr. Lonj kept very qaiot about the robbery, ant yesterday morning seeing an acconnt 01 two burglars with their booty of kulvee and razors being captured in Wheeling he left at onco and soon identified thi things of the parties arrested in Wheelinf as belonging to his stock of goods. The thieves were induced to come to this sid< oi toe river wiinoui mucn parleying, ant were locked np in jail by Marshal Borne Yesterday afternoon they were given t preliminary hearing,and both plead nuiltj to the charge of robbery. They gave theii names the same as Ihoae given when ar rested in Wheeling, Frank McDonald anc Bill Mnrpby. McDonald, when aaked i he woald plead guilty, said he couldn't d< otherwise, and wanted hia trial jnat a! soon as he could get it. lie claims tha they had been in this city about five bouri before doing the job, and that he anc Murphy were by themselves, and needed mouey and "struck" the first place the] could find. They effected an entranci through the rear of the building. Mc Donald said he was willing to take thi consequence of euch work, and eeemec wholly unconcerned as to what the lattei might be. They will be taken to tit Giairtvile to-day. Ohio County No'ea. Seldom haa there beeuaa many chauga occurring as will be this season in re-lo eating. It ia feared that the wheat haa been ma terlally injnred by the late freezing ii many localitiea. A very successful literary eociety ha been in operation at the echool house 01 Mctf raw's Kan /or some time. Among it pleaeant features are its debates. A temperance entertainmeut ia to b< given at the Oovenan'er Church, on thi Dallas turnpike, on Friday evening next that promisea to be a notable event. r-? - I I.U.4. _? \f-\t ? more is w u? b ueumts hi ? wnj "iu? on Friday evening ol tbla week, on tb tornporar.ee icaao, by Meaera. Whittnu and McL'rum o! that vicinity, and Mean Weeks and Gardner, ol Trladeiphla. One ol the monarchg ol the lore at ha been laid low by the woodman's aie. . magnittcent poplar that baa been the aei tlnel lor years on the (arm ol Mr. Tin mona, catting six logs ten leet In iengtl the last one thirty inches In diameter. iNsuiuyoar life (or 25 cents against a the danger ol a Consumptive's death I keeping a .bottle ol Dr. Ball's Uoag By tap convenient. It tithe best. FOREIGN AFFAIRS. by A GERMAN l'HTSICIAN'3 VK1I01CT. ka, >M- Ho toji th? Grown ;Prtoo?'a DIma?? I* 'hfc Ouew of the Larynx and Inc?r*bUa in- William'* Death Knell aoundid. 3rd N?w? from all part# or the World. en n- Han Kemo, March 5.?It is anthorilaH?' lively stated that Prof. Waidmeyn, in his ,re report (o the Emperor, pronounces the ir- Grown Prince's disease as a cancer ol the a larynx o! the moat malignant typo and Incurable. The ntnal hopelnl bulletin waa isaued is by the physicians this morning, as fol") lows: "The German Crown Prince pieeed Jl * good night. Hig conga and expectorai, tion havo lessened. There is a more cheerlal feeling regarding his immediate t prospecte." j Prince William left San Remo to day. '' Dr. Waldemever has forwarded a longer I and prtbablj final report of the Drain Prince's case to the Emperc". It confirms F the semi-official reports made lest N>torday that the main roaaon for Prlnee William's visit to San Ramo is to j' urge the Grown Prince to rxlnru " to Berlin. It is announced that Prince William took an autograph letter from the Emperor, expreojing the with that th < J Grown Prince return to Berlin ai> soon is * possible. It ia expected that he will meet the Emperor's desire and retarn at the end of Uarch. > FHOM HNOI.AXD. . Ualobrntlon at Kaimatt'n Itlrthday?Other B News via London. 3 London, March 6? Mr. Campbel!B Bannerman writes that he has no comB plaint to make against the Irish Magfotracy, bat he contends that the doty cf presiding at a summary trial, without a jury, of virtually political offense*, ought not to be entrusted to men who, besides l acting as jndgee, act habitually as olliceni of a political executive. 1 A naval guard on the Prussian model ia being orsaniz9d at all South Russian saa, porta.. The object ia to reinforce the mal rinea'and to supply crews to merchant ships equipped for war. Justin McCarthy has declined to be* ' come a Deputy 8peaker of the House of ! Commons, giving as his reaaon that he is near-sighted. The enthuoiaam aroused by yesterday's r celebration of the 210th anniversary of t the birth of Robert Emmett, was by no means confined to Dublin. Various othor . nloi-uo HMlnnlv nliourvuil /lew mill fVi(1 . speeches delivered at all of the in wero . Mimost identical in tone and sentiment. Any of thein might have been regarded by the authorities aa auditions, bnt as the utterance were not addressed to tenuaote, [ exhorting them to refnsa to pay exorbitant rents, they were cansidered bjniach the notice of the Irish constable, or detective, ' whose ideas of loyalty reel upon a cash ? basis. All railway trnllic in Sweden and Dan; mark has bnen stopped by heavy snow ' falls. Traffic on the lines in Northeast Germany is also interrupted. Diotsic is i completely cut off from the world, i A violent sand storm has boon raffing in i Knypt since Saturday, stopping traffic on ) the Bat'z canal. i Avalanches in the Trentino valley bavo : killed twenty persons The German and Italian Government . have each ordered the construction of two r torpedo boats at E.bing, Prussia. ( Tlie KaUer'a Void. Berlin, March 5.?Emperor William is suffering from a slight cold. Hie Bleep last night was broken. He arose at noon j tc-day. J bkllaikk. I All SarU of Local Nrwn and Goialp Krom tli*? Olana City. Several Maoooa wyi go to St. Clalreville 1 W. A. Gorby and family are home from the Eaat. L The G. A. R fair and festival netted [ them aboat $200. Ed Earley was taken to the Wheeling [ hospital, very low with typhoid fsver. , Rev. D. L. Thohnrn preached in the , Sonth Bellaire M. E. chnrch Sunday night. ? John Bell will move here from Salera, ? 0. He has accepted a position in the Ohio Valley foundry, Charles Kompart takes charge of the ] shears at the nail works, Gus Kennemond ' resigning to go to /arming. 3 Ei Morehouse and Alex. Williamson ' will work in a New Castle, Pa, glass . house. They left yesterday for that place. Rev. Father Filagerald, of Columbus, I arrived here Haturday night and gava his . new congregation a splendid cermon 8uni day. He is much like the late Father ! Cull. There were 13.5 raised in the pab'ic schools last week for the bene lit of the ?oor here. Each child brought something, h Miss Mary Oratty's room over $10 was raised, or nearly one*third the wholo amotint subscribed. At a meeting of the citizens last even* ins the following ticket was nominated: For MAyor, James F Anderson ; Marshal, W. M. Dogan ; Oity Solicitor, J. B. Smith; Treasurer, Dr. William McMaeters; Street Commissioner, Thornae Maloney; Water Works Board. Frank J. Smith; School Board, P. T. King and Dr. 0. E. Kate. William McGee, .one of the brakemen on the dinkey rnn between hero and Ma* tin's Ferry, was caught between two cars and rolled a roaaidorable distance, breaking his shoulder bladu an-1 a rib or two. He was brought to his nome here soon after tho accident. The doctor sayi ha was hurt internally and it inay bo a vory < serious in jury. Bridgeport. Mrs. M. E. Springer, ot Wellsville, was in the city yesterday. Mr. 8. GilUeple, of Portland, was in town yesterday on business. The week opens with business unusual* ly brisk, batter than h \a baeu known for r some time. The half-doaw "bad eggo" that have been locked np for noveral d*ya, were given tin mibutoa to leave town yestorday. a The Enterprise Building Association Saturday night olected tho following Board of Directors: J. 0. Dent. 0. H. Kaufman, William D. Uanlan, John T. ' Scott, Addison Thompson, Oswald Schick and J. W. Fowler. Money sold at eleven cents. s a Savb the Children. They are especially a liable to sudden Colda, Coughs, Oraap, Whooping Cough, etc. Wh guaraoteo e Ackers English Remedy a positive cure. b It saves hours of anxious watching. Sold , by Logan A Co., C. li. Goetze, C. Menkemiller, K. B. Bnrt and Bowie Rroe. 4 e ranuDMi ? Mr. N. H. Frohllchstein,ol Mobile, Aid,, . writes: I tike K'??t pleasure In rucom' mendirg Dr. King's N>-w Discovery lot Consumption, having used it for u neve -s J stuck 01 Bronchitis in 1 Catarrh. It gave 4 ma instant relit?! and en'lrely cnrod me '* and I have not beon till clod since. I also beg to state that I have tried otb it 5> remedloa with no good refult. II ivo nl-io osed Klectrlc Bitters and Dr. King's Nt w Life Fills, both of which I can recoiii11 menil. Dr. King's New Discovery fir >y Consumption, Oonghs and Colds, la sold :h on a positive guarantee. TrlaJ bottles lr>* tt Login & Co.'s ding eto?e.