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ESTABLISHED AUGUST 24, 1852. WHEELING, W. YA., TUESDAY, JULY 3, 1894. VOLUME XLI1?NUMBER 2U9.
I THE GREAT STUB. Yesterday's Developments Proline of Sensationalism. : STRIKERS HfiVE THE UPPER HAND. | A dash With Deputies In Chicago, and Lawlessness Rampant. UNITED STATES TROOPS ORDERED To Blue Island?An Order By tho United States Court Ridiculed?'Tbo Situation Last Right AccordInR to a Bulletin Issnod By tho Railroad Managers?President Debs, of tbo j A. R. U., Issues an Ultimatum?Tho 1 Only Terms on Which the Boycott Will Bo 1/1 Red?Western Roads Nearly AH Tied Up?The Situation Growing Moro Serious. _________________ i CnrcAao, July 2.?The conscquencee to this city-tl*reatening to become-very serious, Mayor Hopkins and four mem-, "bora of the city council will confer with Eugene V. Dobs and tho members o! tho Manotrora' Aesociation with a view to adjusting tho great railroad strike. This was decidod upon by tho council,a arcsolution to that effect having been unanimously adopted at to-night's meeting. I Chicago, July S.?8 o. m?The rogular troops at Fort Sheridan hare been] ordered to movo this morning. Tho destination is not known at present, bat is supposed'to bo Blue Island. CniCAGo, July 2.?To-day's developments in tho groat Pnllman-A. It U. strike have*been prolific in sensational-r ism, tho principal theatro of action being in Chicago'and adjacent suburbs. Wild raraora wore rife, and when it i was announced that otdH-8 bad been is; tmod for tho Second regiment to proceed at onco to Bloo Island, oighteon miles out, extra editions of all evening papera with war-like hoadlinoB woro oagorly scanned by thousands of anxious people. This report provod later to bo unfounded. Tlio iirst aorion8 oliuh occurred to-day whon two hundred doputy TJnitod Statoa marshals wore aurroundod at ttlao lalaud by two thouaaud strikers. who oponly doGod fodoral authority. Weapoua woro drawn by both aidea" aud Doi puty Marshal John A. Logan waa pain- j fully cut with a koifo, but wbon a i bloody conflict Boomed imminont, tbo doputlos rotirod to thoir barrack cars to await rolnforrBinoate, leaving the strik| org mastors of tho situation. This ovonina an injunction from tho Unitod StateB court was road and bulletined. Tho authority of tho Unitod btatos waa openly ridiculed and aftor a few minutes quietness, tho riotous spirit of tho strikers reasserted itaolf. At midnight reports of furtnor disordor woro curront, it bolng stated that tho Btrikcrs woro tearing down tho bullotinod mandates of tho court. A CRISIS EXPECTED. Fearing to preclpitato bloodshod, tho ltock Island company decided, after its i 6:30 express had gotten through, not to inako any further attempt to move i trains to-night, but to-morrow it will I hardly fail to brine a crisis. Tho strik-1 era havo now lockod horns with tho I state and foderal authorities and tho j f railway officials nro chafing under tho continued embargo on their business, whilo the desporato dotormination of thoir lato cmployos noither to work j themsolvoa nor to allow otnors to fill thoir places, ia ovidonced by tho flood of reports of individual conflicts, aud theao coming from all parts of tho city. A number of trains have been dorailod by misplaced switches. A Panhandlo paasonger train was partially dorailod at Kinaie and Canal stroota to| night but waa not seriously delayed. ! Tho strikers aro stealing brasses from the axle boxes of cars, and in some in! stances droppingjcoupllnc pins Into tho | crosshoad guides of locomotivos causing tho dostruction of cylindor-heads. Tons of fruit, vegetables, ice, rneato and other perishable goods stand in tho cars under a broiling aun, no ono caring or daring to movo it to ita destination. Dumb animala, crowdod into etock cars, suffor thirst and hungor and pjiccs of vogetoblea and fruits aro going up. It ia thought that no move likely to procipitato hoatilitios will bo mado'boloro daylight. no Tnoow rrr. At midnight District Attorney Milchrist whon askod if troops had yot l)eon ordorod out from Fort Shorldau, said: "I do notthink they will bo called out until tho order of tho courts has beon violated and .the judges recommend that auch a mcasuro be takon to uphold tbo dignity of the court and J 113IICU. "Unless the trouble la brought to nn end soon, it is my opiuiou flint tho strike will termlnatoin bloodshed." Tlie firemen of tho Lako at root elevated road decided after midnight that they would j?o on strike to support tho A. II. U. Tho epocific cauue of tho etriko is that tho olovatcd road rnesivod 6omo coal which was delivorod by tho Panhandle, which is ono of tho roadi boycotted by the A. R. U. TliU BLUI2 ISLAND TltOUttLB. The Itlolcm .loer the Mondial'* Command to Surrender In (ho Nnmn of tlx- Prosl* j iluiit?An I'jly BIob?LntrlcsstirM Itnnipant. Blue Island, Ilt*, July 2.?Tho present outlook at Dluo Islund is not the most propitious for law and order. Thcro is vory turbulent clement among the strikers and csnocially among their aympathizers, two thousand cf whom nro employed in tho different brick yards at flluo Island. Those men nro oil for tho Fourth of July and it is this elomont that io moHt feared. This morning a train having on hoard a hundred doputy United Stain marshale, commanded by United Status Marshal Arnold, caino into tho yards and was stopped by the Btril <*rs. A small riot followed, in which guns and kuiveu were drawn and a K^uoral kuock% down fight occurred. Deputy TXnltet States Marshal John A. Logan wa stabbed in tho left side with a dirk Muter Mechanic Fitzgibbons was hi 'on tho head with a stone and othe depot? marshals wero stoned am kickod. The Blue Island polico wer put under arrest for trying to arrea deputv marshals. Nothing further of interest occurroi until this evonine, when a train at rivod, boaring Assistant District Attoi ney Mather and forty deputies. Mi Mather handod Marshal Arnold the in juuctlon granted byJudgos Wood am Groescup and tho marshal road it alou to tho strikers. Ho then advised thet to disperse, to raiso the strike and g poacoably to their homes. This wa greeted with loud protostations of die favor. Thon ho said: "In tho unmo c the President of tho United Statos, command you to disperse." This was greoted with hoots and jeer and caries of the President for interfoi ing with their cause. The mob was next addressed by U 8, Deputy Marshal Allen, who anion other things said: "Men, I again con mand you to disperse and let tho mai trains go through. If you do not w will be compellod to call out tho Unite States troops and put your town undo luurwui mm, uuu uiunu tui >uui uusiuus hoUBCS." This was likowiee hootod at. Assist ant District Attorney Robert Muthe then roadoa few caontic remarks, whicl wore recoivcd by tho strikers with crie of "bang him," and corses for the rail road." Two freight cars were then throwi acrosB the only open lino in tbo tvhol yards by tho strikers, again making : completo blockade. Tbo deputies ar refused admittance at all tho hotels an< boarding houses in tbo villogonnd hav to take tbeir inoals and sleep in -tb coaches and dining cars. Tomorrow morning an attempt wil be made to run a trainJiauling Pullmai cars and if that is impossible the lif teenth regiment U. 8. A. from For Sheridan may bo called out Marshe Arnold wirod Attornoy Gonoral Olne Into to-night saying that he was utter! unablo to cope with tho mob here. Ili deputies aro not tho best of inon^mnn of them being in sympathy with th strikers. __________ DEBS' ULTIMATUM. Tho Only Term* on Which din Strike Ca Uo Settled?Events of the Day In Ch! cagti. Chicago, Jnly 2.?Prosldont Deb sold this aftarnoon: "Ths sottloment will bo tnado o thosoterms only: "First?Thoro mint bo on armlatle botwoen Mr. Pullman and his omployo on a basis satisfactory to tbo mon, (tho aro willing to accopta reasonablo prorr iee), and all tho man must bo take back to work. "Sccond?There must bo an adjasi mont betwoon tho railways and strlkorc All must bo restored to tbolr old pos: tions and no wages shall be cut, no shall discriminations bo made. "Third?Tho general managers asso elation had maue common caueo wltl tho Pullman couipuny and wo cannc settle with elthor side. Thero must b agreement with both or nono." This statcmont was mado aftor an it torview with Mr. Potor Studobakor. At thoir mooting to-day tho board c directors of tho American Railwa Union paasod a resolution roquoitin every man, woman and child in Chicag in sympathy with tho etriko or onuagci in it to wear a whito ribbon. Prosl dont Dobs said: "Wo will givo up thi strike if this uppoal to tho public doe not rosult in our favor." Lodco No. SO of tho Brotherhood c Locomotivo mon, at Brighton Park gavo up its charter in tho old orjjanLsa tion to-day and joined tho America Railway union. The lodge include liremen on the Chicago & Alton and th Santa Fo. to rROTKOT the no ads. Judges Orosscup and Woods in-th Unitod States court issued an injum tion to*day restraining tho striken based both upon the mail laws and th intor-stato commerce act. It is a vor; swooping ordor and aimB to protect th roads as common carriers, to trampor freight as well as to carry tho Unite* Statos mail. Tho grain trado on the lakos is com pletoly paralyzed as the railroads ar unablo to got any corn or oats to th elevators. President Dobs received a dispatc! from Columbus, Ohio, to*duy declarlm that tbo national association of stroc car omployoos stands roady to assist th strikors. The Panhandlo ofllclals roportod tc niirlit that thoy were receiving adoquat police protection and that their train woro moving fairly noil. Wisconsin Central offlclala roportei that all thoir suburban trains woro rim nine on timo. Night suburban trnin will bo abandoned tc ninht bocaus thorcio insufficient rrotvictior. for th< employees. Tho Chicago & Northwestern road rc ported to tho gouoral manager to-nigh that tho Illinois passenger tralhc wa continued to-day without interruption Froight business was encountering did] cullies, but several froight trains lol tho depot (or tho tlrat timo in eevor:i days. ARRESTS MADR. During tho altornoon a largo numbo of arrests wero undo by deputy mat sbals and tho ahoriff. Strikers at ditto) ent parts of tho city who wero demon strativowero quickly takon in chargi and lockod up. Tho deputios oxperi onced littio dil!iculty in making tho ar rests. Till-: situation Ou tlio Chlcng ltoiuls?Ituliotlu Iniuctl li tho General M?m?i;er*. CnicAoo, July 2.?Tho gonoral mai agers of the Chicago railroads this over; ing issuod tho following bulletin: Tho worst reports como from th liock Island road which was not abl to movo any trains on account of crowd of -,000 pooplo at Hlue Island wh controlled the situation thore, th United State* dopnty marshals and th Cuok couuty doputy eheritta huing dovn erless to handle the mob. On the .Michigan Central, tho indicu tions aro that there will be conuidor able trouble on account of tho oruplo> incut of now men to take tho pluco o the fitrikinR switchmen. The Illinoi Central ia also iu bad shape rogurdioi Kitburban business but it ia moviui through trains. Tho Milwaukee & St. i'uul is alao bad ly ombarransod by tho strikiug cm 1 ployea. On these roads occurred tho s most eerious difficulties. Seventeen roads in Chicago aro moro or Icbi emt barrawed by the strike and many pasr sender trains are being moved, as on 1 tho Pandhandlo, under heavy cuards of Q doputy marshals for mail trains, and t deputy sherifls for other trains, in urdor to got them through tho strikers i and sympathizers who congregate along the tracks. Dispatches to tho general managers' association up to 8 p. m. are as follows: Chicago & Northwostern railroad has abandoned its suburban business for the nicht. a Chicago, Milwaukeo & St. Paul?No 0 freight ha9 been moved into or out of a Chicago to-day. All pasaonger trains i- moving on time. if Baltimore <k Ohio?All paBiengor 1 trains with full equipments running on time. An attempt to start three a freight trains was frustrated at Nlnotyr first stroet by a mob, tho trainmou boing forced to fleo. Wisconsin Contral?All passenger K and freight trains moving. Business i- about resumed its normal condition. 1 Chicago, Burlington &. Quincy?Tho o situation has changed for tho woreo. A rl lur~?k?.!.. o?M?nhm?n nn.1 r thoir sympathizers aro congregated at s Western avonuo and to avoid an open conllict with tho mob tbo yards have - closed down. Passengor traffic moving r with little interruption. i Atchison, Topeka & rianta Ffl?Mata tore runnlngsmootbotChicago. Freight i- men are working undor protection of United States marshals. All froight i -bat live stock and perishable being roo ceived subject to delay. a Chicago & Northwestern?Paisonger ir traffic has been continued without inter* J Tuption. o On tho Wabash froight trains are not o running. Passenger trains are moving all right. II Five hundred Big Four men havo p gone out at iudianapolia. t TROOPS CALLED FOR State and l?o?J?Tnl Attl A?kod for to Hovtf y Trntm at Ulno Island Avonuo. ^ Ooicaoo, July 2.?The thousand striky ors at Blue Island to-day ovorcaxne 200 o doputy aherifTs and marshals. The latter gave up the unoqual battlo and callfor stato and fodoral aid. Tolezrams n wero eont to United States district att tornoy Milchriet and ShorifF Gilbert askiug that tho Fifteenth regiment U. is: S. A. from Ft. Sheridan and tho militia be sont to clear tho blockado and proservo ordor. The telegrams were sent n aftor tbo forco at tho yards had beon beaten in an attompt to clear the yards, 0 About 200 strikers gathorod around tho ?i -rr???,i 10 nmo uuu ouovtuuiij ?iiu vuip miu ouobtaally stoppod any attempt to movo tho y trains. > the engineer and flromon doaortod n tho onpiino which was to haul tho Seventh rogiinont L N. G. to Bluo leland, and all enginoors and llromen who l' were callod upon refused to tako tho ( v ongino. It was then atatod that tho 1- train would bo taken by officials. r RAILWAY TELEGRAPIIERB 14 Talcing No I'nrt 1n tho Strllso?Mr. Powell x Give* tho Kcaioa. 0 Chicago, July 2.?M. V. Powell, grand chief of tho order of railway toloI graphera to-day aaid: "Woaro nottak. ing any part in the strike. Wo are afy filiatod with tho othor railroad brother* g booda and will be guided by any action o taken by that foderation. Wo cannot d afford to como into a striko which was i- ordered without consultation with tho a other railroad organizations. It would is have been hotter all round hud Mr. Debs and his peoplo called on us boforo >f ordering tho strike; thon ho would have had somo claims upon us, but i- now it i3 prosumptuous for him to don mand of ua to go out at his bidding." d' . , . . 0 OX THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC. The Strikers Boom to Bavo tho Upper llnud?All Overland Tnilu* blocked. 6 San Fhancisco, Cat.., July 2.?To-night -* at tho close of tho fourth duy'a strugglo '? DOIWOOQ cuo couxacrn jrumuc uuuipuuy 0 and the Amorlcan Railway Union tho J fltrikora appoar to have tho upper hand, t Their blockado of tho ontlro systom is 1 practically complotc. Tho westoru divisions of tho Santa Fo road aro much i- in tho aarno condition. In fact, railway o traffic is almost at a stand still at all o points on tho Pacific coaat south of Portlaud, Oro. North of Portland there is h also much troublo, the Northern Pacific K road boing practically Mod up and the it Union Pacific involved. All overland o traius havo been effectually blocked, and tho only trains running anywhoro k aro locals. o At Los Angeles Judgo Ross this morna ing issued an injunction ngaiuat Debs, Howard, Lynch and all strikors on tho d Southorn Pacific and Sauta Fo systems, t- forbidding thorn from intorforine with b tho transmission of mails, and also foro bidding them from interfering with a traflic. Tho injunction was isauod at tho instanco of Unitod States District i- Attorney Donnie, and it is tho intont tion of the court authorities in the ovont h of a roftisal by tho atrikora to obey tho i. injunction to place warrants for their i- nrrosts in tho hands of tho Unitod 't States troops. il At Sacramento tho oxcitement is fully as intonno a9 at Los Angeles. Gonoral Superintendent Fill mo ro, of r tho Southern Pacific in thoro, endeavor.. ing to break tho blockado. Ho is aided by Unitod States Marshal Baldwin and a strong torco of deputies, but thoir cvory - etlort is combattod by a forco of thre'o o thousand strikers, who swarm about - throughout tho yards. Six companies of tho first U. S. infantry loft to-night for Los Angeles on a special train. Tim Unitod Stfltna Marshal and In* y posse woro unablo to clour tho yard?. Noithor could railrond inoii bo gotton ' during tho afternoon to tuko out trains, i- T!i080 who might havo boon willing to go loarod vlolonco at tho hauds of tho u strikers. o Sltuntloii at tlie Twin Clt!<> ?. a Minneapolis, Minn., July 2.?Trains o nro otill running in tho Twin Citios u although thorn aro soiuo sad delays on o tho Chicago, Groat Western and tho Northern i'ucific. No ro.nl, however, is completely ttod up. Tho strikers spoilt i" tho day iu fortifying their position and ? this morning succeeded iu gottiug tho ' firemen ou tho Milwaukoo to go out. f Tim Hour mill situation was still further s complicated bv calling out the men on ? the Minneapolis and Custom railway X truestar, a road on which many ot the mills are dependent. Few of the mills l- are now running. Tho freight tio up is i- much lighter than tho paasongcr, but. eomocfthe roada havo their arrangomenta so far perfected that they expect to start their traini in a day or two. NO STRIKE BY ENGINEERS. Chief Arthur Faj?Thejr Unro No Grievance and Give* Good Advice. Cleveland, 0? July 2.?In reply to numerous letters and telegrams received from engineers and other railway omployei throughout tho west asking that the Brotherhood of Locomotivo En* ginoers participate in tbo big strike movement, Chief P. M. Arthur, of tho latter organization, has sent out a general reply covering all such communications. Ho cautions tho engineers not to let the prevalent striko "lever" overcome tnoir hotter judgment, and reminds them that they are, :is n rule, working undor au agreement with tho various railways for a statod period. Ho says tho encineors havo no grievances "and should not bo influenced by tho.strikers to tako part in a contest with which thoy are not concerned. Chief Arthur* howevor, will uphold engineers wbo refuso to go out with green crews whero they believe thoir livea will bo placed in jeopardy by so dbing. He advises tno euginoors in such rases not to strike, but to notify tho company that they cannot ruu undor such conditions and to furnish their roason for such rofusal. AT SPRINGFIELD. A Train With Pullman* 31*t by Thousands and tho ISuglno Spiked. " T-- T..1? O J'KI.NUtlUl.iJ, ALU, O UIJT w? Marshal Wostfall left for East St. Louis to-night armed with bench warrants for tho arrest of the strikers on tho Clovor Loaf lino for obstructing and interfering with mails. Judge Allen issued oight bench warrants for tho arrest of strikers at Danville, on tho Eastern Illinois railroad on tho same charge. Paisencer trainB with Pullmans are rnnninL' as usual on this division of tho Chicago & Alton railroad. The rogular Wabash train from Decatur arrived hero at 10:44 and was mot by 6,000 people. Tho ongineor loft his cab and tho engine was "spiked." Tho yards are cotuplotoly blockaded and no trains will bo gotten out to-nieht, Tho elioriff and doputioa aro in control of all Wabash property. Lincoln division order railway conductors held a longthy mooting this aftornoon and finally decided'not to join the strikors until thoy hoar from thoir grand chiof. Troops Ordered to Danville. Danville, III., July 2.?Tho situation hero is much tho same as yostorday. Governor Altgold telocraphcd SherilT Nowton this morning for information. Tho eh or ifl ropliod that if he were eont 100 stands of arms he could handle tho situation. Altgold answorod that ho had no arms at his disposal hut would sond tho fe'ovonth rogimont immodiatoly, that It would Icavo Decatur at 10 a. m. and arrive horo about 12. Up to 1:50 r>. in. the troops had not arrived. Tho Wabash is tied up from horo to fit. Louis. Strikors horo are all quiet, but detormined to win. There aro now bovou passengor trains tiod up in tho Chicago Eastern Illinois yards. Ponoo nt Cheyenne. cnkvn.NN'E, Wyo., July 2.?Thoro hai boon no attempt to-day to movo freight on the Union Pacific, although trainmen in this city, it is said, ara ready to work. The yards nro f ull of freight cars oast-bound, und fully fifty engines from the oaat and tho west aro standing about tho round house. Tho round houso men aro at work as usual. Everything is peacoable and no trouble is fearod. No Strlko Expected at Plttiilmrgli. PtTTsnunGii, July 2.?Tho indications aro that there will bo no strlko of railroaders in Pittsburgh. Mauy anonymous condnctors and brakomon have beon interviewed, saying that every railroador is to bo ordered out to-morrow. Tho trainmen at tho Union and Baltimoro <k Ohio stations do not believe that the officials of tho organizations will call them out. Government Troops at Trlnldnd. Trixiihd, Colo., July 2.?Tho United States troops arrivod hero to-night. Slow progreis was mado bocauso every bridge and switch was examined before tho train was permitted to cross. Tho arrival of tho troops was a surpriso to tho strikers, as thoy had cut tho wires. No attempt to movo trains will bo mado until to-morrow. Rracheri Detroit. Detroit, Mich., July 2,?At a mooting of COO members of tho Amorican Railway Union and othor railway employes to-night it was unanimously decldod to inaugurate a striko ou all the railroads in the city. Tho ordor will take eflect on tho W abash at 1 a. m. and on tho othor roads at noon to-morrow. Oti tlio Itto Grundo. Pueblo, Cou, July 2. ? Tho Rio Grando has com in on cod to omploy now lireinon, and 'will now run trains on time. Tho Union Pacific, Donver and Gulf blockado is raised by doputy marshals and tho Santa Fo is getting its train sorvlco straijrhtonod out. First MMI In Four Days. Tekre IIautc, In*d., July 2.?At 3 p. m. tho first mail train in four days loft hero on tho Chicago & Eastern Illinois forChicaco with United States Marshal Hawkins and a postofllco inspector in charge. Tho train was not molested. Su*jteinlfil Operntlouft. Kansas Citv, July 2.?Tho lio-up is now eflnctivo on tho Santa Fo, Hock anil tho Alton. Tho Inst two named havo practically snspendod operations. Northwostorii Flromcn Strike. Milwaukee, Wis., July 2.?-Botwoon fifty and sixty brotherhood tirenjon omployod on tho Chicaso and Northwestorn toad ntruck to-night. A CONSULTATION llvtwpnu Connrnl Sill?* ami the PrrMilunt llogiirtllnt; tho SfrlkoSH tuition. Washington, I). C.. July 2.?Major Gonor.il Nolson A. Miles, commander of tho department of tho Missouri, with headquarters at Chicago, was in this city to-night, and lils arrival resulted in an osteudod conforenco at tho whlto boufift between tho President, Secretary G res ham, Secretary Lumont, Major General Scho* y field. Attorney <?oneral Olnoy and Major General Miles and his aide. General Miles has been on leavo of abioncofor tho last two weeks, but had boon recalled, owinjr to tho di&iurbances at or near Chicago. Tho situation was discussed at length. The conference continuod until nearly midnight and at its closo tho officials "were very reticent in regard to its results. It was learned, however, that the situation had been reviewed in detail and tho gonoral policy of tho administration as outlined in oarly dispatchoa was reiterated. Gooerol Milos will leavo for Chicago to-morrow morning and resume control of his forces concentratod near that point. Both tho attorney general and tho secretary of war woro anxiously looking for nowH from the scone of tho troublos to-night, but eo fur as could bo loarned no dispatchos wore roceived. The officials expressed thomaelves as relieved and oncouragod by tho fact that it had not beon necessary to order out more troops to-night. PRESIDENT WAKES UP. lie lm? Morn ConfldoDr? In ttio Snwiipupcra Titan he had a l>ay or Two Ago. Washington, July 2.?Tho Proeidont, who had beon dispoaed to regard tho ranroau HiriKe us existing iu uiur^u extent in tho minds of tho "sensational press," exprossod himself, aftor listening to Mr. Olney's official story, as belioving tho mattor to bo of a very serious nature. IIo declared that tho government must protect ita own proporty, aeo that its businuafi i? transacted and be ready to give prompt assistance wherevor it could locally do so. A STRIKE RESOLUTION. Senator Call A*k? for an Invextlcudon of tho Itnllroml Tronblo*. Washington, D. C., July 2.?Following is the text of Sonator Call's strike resolution introduced to-day: "Resolved, That a committoe of fivo senators shall bo appointod by the president of tho sonato, who shall inquire and roport to tho sonato the causos of tho oxisting strike of railroad employes and tho justice of tho demands of the workmgmon, and roport by bill or otherwise such legislation as may aecnro justico to tho workincmon and bo reasonable and fair to thoir ornployors, and aocuro tho transportion of tho mails, freight and pasaen^ors without interruption, and that such committee bo authorized to sit with a committeo of tho hotiso nopointod for this purpose, and mav report to thoir respective houses tho rosult of thoir joint action. A GREAT FIRE. The Vermont MnrMo Mill*, Owned by ExSecrolary J'roctor, Dufttrojrori. St. Alhakb, Vt., July 3.?Vormont marblo mills at Proctor, Vormont, valued at nearly a million dollars, containing large quantities of finished work, caught flro about 12 o'clock this morniui;, presumably caused by a hot box in tho machinery. Tho Proctor marblo plant is aituatod about tlirco miles from Hutland, at tho homo of ox-.Secrotary Proctor and furnish tho means of livelihood to aomo 2,000 families. The liro originated from a hot box in tlio machinory in tho baaemont and when discovered by tho >vatchuian at midnight bad gained conaidoraolo headway. 'Iho water power of tho company waa inadequate to check tho flames and an alarm waa rung in at liutland. Tho liremen had no way of reaching tho flro excopt by special train which necessitated conaiderabJo delay. It was nearly 2 o clock when thoy rofcehod tho "fire and by that tirno tho wholo western aide of tho plant, and a half dozen cars, bolouging to tho Vormont Contral, and which stood on a aidiug, were consumed. Tho plant containod a largo stock of finiahod work, and tho loss will bo many thousands. Fatal Miuo DUaster. Pittsburgh, Pa., July 2.?A cavo-in at Scotta, Buona Vista coal mines, buriod Lewis Comiskoy, a minor. Sovoral companions wont to his rescue, but thoy carried naked lamps, aud tho gas which accumulated after the cavo-in ignited, causing a torrifle oxploaion. John Seltman, ono of tho reacuora, was dangerously burned about tho head and face. Tho othera woro thrown dt>wn by tho concussion, but not aorionaly injured. Zlmmcrmun Honton Twice. Paris, July 2.?In yoatorday'a two thousand metres match raco at tho Velodrome, Louben, tho Belgian rldor, beat'both A. A. Zimmerman and Harry Wheolor, tho two Amoricans, in tho finalo. Zimmerman had proviou8ly boon beaton by tho Belgian in an ex- , citing race tho eamo day. , _ i BRIEFS FROM THE V/IRES. i Most of tho industriea of Pittsburgh | aro aniu uown iu muo siul-k, xuiny t thousand workmen aro out. Throo whitc-capa, "highly rospoctod" whito citizens, wore ehot whilo trying to whip q number of nogroes ni Evening Shade, Arkansas. Out of respect to tho memory of the late I'rosidont Caruot, tho ueuul Fourth of July feto will not take placo at the American embassy iu Parie. Xunibora of uuarchista liavo boon nr. rostod iu Kotno and other Italian towns, among thorn ouco who eorreaponded with Camot's assassin. information has boon received of lighting between tho Circassian sottlors and tho bruaos in Syria, in which four hundred wore killed and wounded. Twelve wotnon and children were massacred during tho fighting. A terrific electrical storm at Groorville, Mios., destroyod much property. A colored church was blown down during worship, killing aud injuring aovorul poople. Two other churchei woro struck, ouo person being killed und mauv injured. Weather I'orm'ii*! ror To-ilny. For West Viigluta, Ki'Ui'rally fair: Tuesday, Wl'Kt wlml'i. For We?*urn IVnu^ylvanta, hll-htly wanner Tuc <ln v: west wiiulc. I-"*?r?Foncnilly fntr: west wl:ii!.t. Tin: rKiiu:it.\TUitn yi. ixrhav. us furnl li"l live. sVlts::n\ drusgUt, ooruor Mjirhft and Fourteenth rtieeis. 7 U. ill Til |.Tp. Ill 01 it 0. Ill Ml 7 l>. Ill 1(0 12 tu-., W I Weather?Fair. THE TRUST MIMPHS On tho Floal Vote Token on tho Sugar SchodnU. SENATOR HILTS PROPOSITION To Make (lie Ilepeal of the Bounty Take Lafoot Immediately a Defeat for tho Plnaoco Commit toe?A. Hustler tn tho Chair?Numerous Amendments to tho Hill Adopted. The lloaao Adjourns Over Until Thursday After a Brief Soaalon. Washington, Jnly 2.?Numerous atnondmouts to tho tarifl scheduios wore agreod to in tho 6onato to-day. Among them woro: Changing tho rate on bottlca holding more than one pint por pound, aud on vials not holding more than ono pint tolgc;oncast polishod plato glass not excoeding 24\G0 inchoB, from 20 to 22Jc por square foot. All tbo oinondmonta adopted In tbo commlttoo of tho wholo woro agrood to. Tho iron oro amondmont on which a special voto had boon rosorvod was adopted, 5S to >. Tho Hill proposition, to make tbo ropoal of tho sugar bounty tako immediate eflect instoadof January 1,1895, was adopted, 30 to 32. Tho adoption of Mr. Hill's amendment was a dofoat for tbo finance committeo. Ttio Democrats voting for tho amendmont woro Coke, George, Hill, Irby, I'ugh. Of tbo i'onulists Al|on and Kyle votod against Hill's motion. An amendment offered by Mr. Mandorson making tbo dato at which repeal of tho sugar bounty should go into offoct January 1,1895, was lost, HI to :(5, a strict party voto. Other amendments to this scbodulo wero also voted down. An amondmont oflorod by Mr. Kylo to mako tho sugar schedule go into etToct on tho pasaaso of the act was agrood to without division, also an amondmont oQorod by Mr. Jones, (which ho said bad tbo approval of tbo socrotary of tho troasury) to roliove sugar imports from tho additional onetenths of a cont from oxport bounty kiv0i1 couninuh ujiuii tuu ijiuuutuuu ui nroof that euch bounty iiaa not, boon received. Mr. Lodge offered the original senate schedule of graded apocific ratos. It was lost, 27?44. Mr. I'ottigrow, (Iiop. S. D.,) moved to strike out the provision to continuo the Hawaiian troaty in force. It coHt the pooplo of tho Unitod Statoa $4,000,000 annually, be claimed, with no reciprocal bonollt to thorn. a hcbtlkb in tug citatit. Aftor dobato Mr. Harris got tho floor and moved to lav the amondmont on tho table. Mr. Hoar uttcmptod by a motion to indefinitely postpono to provont Mr. Harris from cutting otl dobato, but Mr. .Tarvia, tho now Bonator from North Carolina, who was in tho chair, put and decidod motions with a BwiftnoBB aud firinncBa that fuirly took tho breath away from tho eonato, and iu about a minuto a motion to adjourn and an appeal from a decision of tho chair woro ponding. A parliamentary wranglo was browing when Mr. Harris relonted, withdrew hia motion and allowed tho debate to procood. Mr. Chandler and Mr. Dolph both opposed tho amendment. It was lost, 11 ayes, 57 nays. Thoso who voted in favor of it wore: Allen, Blanchard, Caflory, Goorgo, Ilansbrongh, Hill, Irtiy, Mandoraon, Mills, Pottigrew, Power?11. Mr. I'ottigrow thon movod to striko out tho provision specifically continuing tho troaty in forco, and allow tho determination of tho quoition of its abrogation to bo decidod lator; lost, 12 to 54. Mr. Jones (Arkansas), guvo notice of a committee amondment which will bo offored and acted on to-morrow in tho shape of a proviso of tho McKiuley laws, and to continue in forco the bounty until January 1, 1805, to the extent of 9-10 of a cent on sugar testing 00 dogroos by tho polariacope, anu eight-tenths on sugars testing not less than 80 degroos. sugar trust victorious Mr. Allen at this juncturo oflared bis substitute for the sugar schednlo making sugar below 80dof?reoa dutiable at ono cent per pound, betwoen SO and ftO decrees, ono-tonth of a cent additional for evory dopreo abovo 80; two cents on molasses below 50 and four above 6f>. Tho substitute also abrogated the Hawaiian treaty and continued tho bounty in forco until January 1, 1S93 at 2 and 64-lOOths cents por pound. Mr. Allon'a oubstituto would aliminato tho vicious features of tho sugar schedulo; it would tnako tho duty ipeoiilc in tho interest of the wngar Coupon, Part No. 8. ? 00G0SS89 C t MASTERPIECES i f ?mo* tiib? f t Art Galleries of the World. 5 csoe?99e ? Thi* Oounou. with tOc. Rood for ? 3 Pn? s nt MAHTntPiEcivi rju)M ru:: A::r ? A UAUKIMW ?>r TitK WOIII.U" A r Out} purt Issued OIWU wccli. J t ART PORTFOLIO DEPARTMENT t 9 ? ^ Jntelllgoucer ruhlUhin;; Co. q [51 COUPON T jp! run j I PART So. 14, I ifiLIIPSESOFABERIM J ij i This Coupon. with JOc 1* ?rr?.-?.i \ Jfl for l'tirt 14 of <jmmi-v \j:r::!. A" ti !\ # *0110 purt luucd vac \ vrook. \ !i ?? > \ AltT rOltl l lH.IO OKrAItrNT >\ 4 t Ja lutclllgonror I'llllll.slltUg Co. |q