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Is the Attitude of the Street Cai Strikers who Refuse TO CONFER WITH THE COMPANY On any Basis Other Than Ninetcei Cents and Nine Hours. ARBITRATION WAS OFFEREE By a Committee of tho Chamber o: Commerce Yesterday Afternoon but This, too, was Turned Down tho Strikers?And Thus tho Thirt Effort to eml the Strike Comes Tc naught ? The General Opinion if That tho Strikers Have now Placet Themselves on tho Defensive. Another effort to end the street cai strike was made yesterday afternoon this time under the auspices of th< chamber of commerce, and it was unsuccessful only because the strikers showed an unyielding disposition, anc declined to recede from their stand fol nineteen cents an hour and nine hours work. For several days the business pooph have been urging President Quarrier, o: the chamber of commerce,, to make ar effort to bring the contending InterestJ together. Although the business men'i and council committee's attempts hac proved unsuccessful, Mr. Quarrier fin ally dcclded to appoint a committee t( endeavor to arrange another conferenct between the home directors of th< "Wheeling Railway Company and th( strikers' representatives. On this com mltteo ho appointed Messrs. John D Culbertson, Thomas O'Brien, sr., H. P McGregor and Lawrence E. Sands, together with himself ex-ofllclo. This committee got together yesterday afternoon and at once set about the work cu out for It. Messrs. McGregor and O'Brien wen delegated to wait on the strikers foi the purpose of urging their representa tlon at another conference with th< company's directors, to be held later Ir the afternoon, while Messrs. Quarrlei and Culbertson were selected to wal on the company and secure the participation of the home directors. Messrs. Quarrler and Culbertson sav three of the four local members of th< company's board of directors, and thej at once consented to attend a confer ence with the strikers to be held at the chamber of commerce rooms at 4:31 o'clock. Messrs. McGregor and O'Brien went t( the trades assembly hall, where th? strikers were holding a meeting of theli union at o'clock, and made knowi their mlslson. The strikers appointed i committee to confer with the visitors They were told that/their participator in the proposed conference was desired half way, in the hope that a strlki which is paralyzing many branches o business in this city might be ended The committee of tho strikers statec they would report the situation to th< union, and that they would let Messrs McGregor and O'Brien know their de cision at i:"0 o'clock, the hour set fo; the conference. _ The chamber of commerce sub-com mittee returned and reported what i had accomplished. In due time three o the company's hom^ directors, Messrs B. W. Peterson, W. E. Stone and L. F Stlfel, appeared, ready to partlclpat< in.the proposed conference. At the houi set, tho strikers' representatives hat not appeared, but finally shortly after I o'clock, a committee of two from th< strikers appeared, and informei Messrs. McGregor and O'Brien, wh< wpre called out into the hall, that the] had discussed the matter at some lengh and had come to the conclusion tha they could not recede from their de mand for nineteen cents an hour anc nine hours' work. This conclusion waj arrived at, said the strikers' committee through a vote taken by the union Colonel O'Brien then asked if the strlk era would submit the dispute to the ar bltration of the chamber of commerce r,r- tho nrhlfrntlnn r?f ill?5lntr>rp?*tpf person?. The strikers' com mittce state* that they could not consent to arbltra tion?it was nineteen cents an hour ant nine hours, or nothing; The committee was told that the: were making a mistake; that the bes thing they could do was to end thi strike on the best terms possible. Or.i of the chamber of commerce commit teemen, who added that he was fiiendl: to the strikers, told the strikers' com mittee that he did not believe the com pany could afford to pay the nlneteei cents an hour demanded, and that tht best thing for them (the strikers' com mittee) to do was to return to the trade; assembly hall, and endeavor to securi reconsideration and a determination ti enter into another conference with th< company's directors. Unfortunatel: there was no disposition to do anythlnj of this kind?and bo the third organlzet effprt to end the strike has ended ii complete failure. The disappointment in the buslnes; district, when the result of the charnbe of commerce's essay at pcacemaklnj became known, was general, and th? general, opinion was that every posslbl effort at settlement had been made,an< made with entire laqk of success. Then is a well defined sentiment in the busl ness district In facor of taking unite* action to break the strike by busincs: men and thHr employes patronizing th crtrs ngaln, but up to Inst night no or ganlr.ed action along this line 1/ad beei taken. That It will come, however, I the strike continues Indefinitely, seem; pretty well assured. Communication from Fair Piny. A communication has been receive! it.mh a mi i in/ uiiuni me micoi ?;u strike. It will bo published when thi author discloses his name. Anonymou communications arc never published. Why lin Quit. One of the non-union men who rami here from Philadelphia to operate th street earn, and threw up his Job Sat urday night. gave a novel excuse fo quitting yesterday, while speaking to i crowd of South Hide citizens. II stated that he wns a professional strlk breaker, and had been In the buslnes for sixteen yvurs, making money at It but Wheeling:, In his estimation, was no good. "In a city . like Philadelphia," ?ald he. "the people keep oft the cars Uie first few days, and then begin to rldo again. A fellow gots a good chance * to knock down while the people ride, but In this town people don't get on the cars and allow a man to make some extra money. So that's why I quit." ANOTHER ARREST. ' A Marshal Arrests a South Sldo Man. "Was the "Wrong Man. . Last nlglit about 9 o'clock, there was 1 serious trouble on Thirty-third street, South Side, a passing car being bombarded with eggs and other missiles. On the next trip cK this car, a deputy mrir} shal was aboard, and the motormah pointed out a man who, he. said, had thrown missiles at the car. The official C promptly arrested the man, who was Al. Vermillion. He was taken to <tho ? Jail, but was released, the motorman f taking another guess, and hazarding the ' opinion that the wrong man had been I taken into custody. Mr. Vermillion, who Is a reputable citizen, was standing on the sidewalk talking with some friends, J and It is alleged by persons who wlt. nessed the afTalc that he had no hand In the disturbance. The deputy marshal took Vermillion's name and address and will investigate the matter to-day. SENATOR DEPEW i On the Political Situation?Republican Issues in 1000. 5 CLEVELAND, O., May 3.?In an in1 terview here to-day Hon. Chouncey M. f Depew said that he favored the continuance of Senator-M. A. Hanna as chairman of the Republican national com* nilttee. "In the election of 1S96 Mr. Hanna showed a skill in conducting the affairs of the Republican party that has never been surpassed in the history of the party," said Mr. Depew*. "It is the policy of the Republican party never to 4 grot rid of a good leader until it has [ found a better one." * Speaking of the campaign of 1900, ] Senator Depew said the Republican I party practically would have no opposition. "Bryan has read the New York . Democrats out of the party, and they } will not again get together," he said. "What will be the Republican issues I In 1900?" waa asked. "The platform will reassert every, thing tha party has ever said and tha * party will declare in favor of e:tpa.nr slon." "How about trusts?" > "Undoubtedly the Republican party * will adopt a plank condemning trusts, and I also think the Democratic party r will adopt a similar plank. The Repubt licans will reaffirm its declaration for , the gold standard and.there is no doubt the Democrats will again take up silver." mr; comntvatihv ' Of Iron and Steel Companies, With a Capitalization of $55,000,000. " NEW YORK, May 3.?The Republic 1 Steel & Iron Co., whose capita1. Is $55,000,000. filed Incorporation papers In the 5 county clerk's ofllce In Jersey City to- I day. Of the stock $25,000,000 Is pre-! r ferred, bearing 7 per cent and payable 1 quarterly. The principal office Is given 1 as in Jersey City, and the Incorporators | were Thomas Mills Day, jr., Hamilton 1 H. Duranu, Edwia C. Holter, John J. ' Treacey, all of Jersey City. r The company Is empowered to pro-1 duce and deal in iron and steel, mine ores, construct and purchase pipe lines [ j and operate the same so that .water, ' gas and electricity may be utilized. Furthermore, the company can build railroads and operate canals. The incorporators mentioned to-day are only temporary. The permanent ofllcers and board of directors of the " compan3' will be chosen Monday. ' Thirty-five companies located In the] west and southwest were absorbed by I the combination, as follows: The Andrews Brothers Company, the I } Brown-Bonnell Iron Company, the Ma- J r honing Valley Iron Company, of I Youngstown, Ohio; Cherry Valley Iron | 3 Iro T - T I j and Steel Company, New Castle, Pa.; Lake Erie Iron Company, Union Rolling Mill Company, Cleveland, Ohio; the Corns Iron and Steel Company. MassllIon, Ohio; the Toledo Rolling Mill Company. Toledo. Ohio; Mitchell, Tranter & Co., Incorporated, Cincinnati; the Eagle i Iron and Sieel Company, Ironton, Ohio; I the Indiana Iron Company, the Muncle ; Iron and Steel Company, WhlSj River i Mills, Muncle, Ind.; Union Steel Company, Alexandria, Ind.; the Marlon Steel and Iron Company, WestermanStejvart. Iron Company, Marlon, Ind.; Wetherald Rolling* Mill Company, Frankton, Ind.; Indiana For go and Rolling Mill Company, New Albany, Ind.; the Central Iron and Steel Company. Brazil, Ind.; Wabash Ir.on Company, Torre Haute, Ind.; Torre Haute Iron and Steel Company. Terre Haute, Ind.; Tudor Iron Work?, East St. LouIh, III.; the Springfield Iron Company, Sprlngfleld, 111.; the Inland Iron and Forge Company. Chicago. 111.; Sylvan Steel Company. Mollne, 111.; Mlnne5ota Iron and Steel Company, Minneapolis, Minn.; Birmingham Rolling Mill Company. Alabama Rolling Mill Company, Birmingham, Ala.; Cambria Mining Company, of Michigan; LUlle Mining Company, of Michigan; Franklin Iron Mining Company, of Minnesota; Pioneer Mining and Manufacturing Company, Birmingham. Ala.; Connellsville Coke Company, Pittsburgh, Pa., and Croton Lime Company, New CaBtle, Pa. Tho Secret Out. CINCINNATI, O.. May 3.?Last October a lodge of the Benevolent Protective Order of Elks was organized here by negroes, with the sam<? ritual oh i used by the whlto Elks. Arthur RIkks. ' a Pullman porter, who became general i organizer, was suspected of having Hecured the ritual rind lost his plnce with the Pullmans. lie devoted himself to organizing the colored Elks. Last night there was a row nmong the local colored Elks and some of their number today gave the secret away. The Janitor of the Cincinnati lodge'let some colored men Into the Elk hall here last summer, when a copy of the ritual was stolen and many copies were printed for the use of the colored brethren. Dlselmrireri SnhllerH Arrive. ' NEW YORK. May 3.?Among the passengers who arrived here to-day on 1 the City of Washington, from Havana, f were General J. C. Bates, United States I a army; Major Arrowswlth, Captains VIlet, Ilare and Wright, Lieutenants J. I E. Smiley and Thomas Collins and 203 discharged soldiers from various regiments In Cuba. All the passenger# who I had certificates of acclimatization were i r landed tills afternoon. The others, Including 295 discharged soldiers, were transferred -to Hoffman Island to reB main until to-morrow afternoon. All were well. Tlio Host Proscription far CIiHIh a and Fever Is a bottle of Grove's Tastee less Chill Tonic. It Is simply Iron and qulnlno in a tasteless form. No cureno pay. Price, COc. tths&w r , m i $10. May 11, to Washing t ?u, D. C. o via Pennsylvania lines from Wheeling, e John G. Tomllnson. ticket agent, s Wheeling, will cheerfully give conyiletc particulars upon application. ? C-9 A RISE COMING. Two or Three Feet of Water Ex pected Within a Few Hours. CONTINUANCE OF NAVIGATION On tho Upper Ohio River is tlio Prln cipnl Result or tlio Coming Rise Stcnmboutmcn Were Rcglnnlng t< Fear the Rig Pnckets Would Uavi logo to the Rank?The "Weather am River Report lbr Month of April. The river at this port was 5 feet 9 in ches and stationary la3t evening at 1 o'clock, and the announcement from th< upper Allegheny that heavy rains then would send out a considerable rise wai received on the upper Ohio with gen eral satlHfactlon, especially by tin steamboatmen Interested In the largci packets, who had begun to fear the river would reach such a low stage thai their boats would be compelled to go tc the bank. Reports from Oil City last evening were to tne euect that about eighteer inches of a rise was in evidence there With the rains that have been falling further down the Allegheny valley, it 1: now estimated the coming rise wll amount to two or three feet at this port giving steamboats a very fair boating stage. April "Weather Report. The Intelligencer's monthly weathei and river report for April, is as follows: April Max. Min. Rain. Day. Itlvci 1 40 30 .03 Cloudy. 13: 1 2 40 27 .. Partly Cloudy. 3G: ; 3 4 5 29 .. Partly Cloudy. 1*: I 4 51 28 .. Partly Cloudy. 11 :li 5 53 2S .. cloor. 10; I G 63 S3 .. Partly Cloudy. 9:1 7 50 44 .92 Cloudy. 9: 8 45 3.S .10 Cloudy. 11: I 9 50 35 ? Partly Cloudy. 34:! 10 ffl 25 Cloudy. 16:11 U 70 35 .. Partly Cloudy. 15: : 12 77 53 .14 Partly Cloudy. 13:: 13 St 4G .. Partly Cloudy. 11:1: 14 73 57 .. Partly Cloudy. 11: I 15 GG 44 .. Partly Ctoudy. 11:' lfl 53 43 .13 Cloudy. 11:17 72 44 .. Clear. 10: I IS 77 44 .. Cleur. 9:1< 19 75 GO .. Partly Cloudy. 9:20 79 50 .. Partly Cloudy. 8: ! 21 S3 55 .. Partly Cloudy. 8: ; 22 St 53 .. Partly Cloudy. 7:! 2a ?5 r? .. Cloudy. 7:: 24 74 Gl .72 Cloudy. 7: ( 25 76 f>3 .05 Cloudy. 7: 2 6 M CO .. Partly Cloudy. 7: 27 85 57 .. Partly Cloudy. 7: 23 75 ro .15 Clear. 7: Zf 87 63 .. Tartly Cloudy. 7: 30 ....w93 72 .. Partly Cloudy. C: Maximum tempprature, P2 on the 30th. Minimum temperature, 23 on 2nd, 4th and oth. Snow, one-half inch fr-ll on 1st. Precipitation, 2.2*J Inches; April, 1S9S. 3.C: Inches. Oreatent precipitation In twenty-foui hours, .02 inches on 7th. Clowr days, 3; partly cloudy, IS; cloudy, 9; rain. X. Two thunder storms during tho month. THE RIVER. YESTERDAY'S DEPARTURES. Charleston...KANAWHA. 0:30 a. m. Pittsburgh... B BN HUR. 3 p. m. Newport JEWEL, 11 a. m. SIstersvlllo...RUTH, 3:30 p. m. Clarlngton....LEROY, 3:30 p. in. Stoubenvlllo..T. M. BAYNE, 2:30 p. m. " BOATS LEAVING TO-DAY. Pittsburgh...GREENWOOD, 6:30 a. m. Cincinnati....VIRGINIA. S a. m. Parkcrsburff.il. K. BEDFORD, li .am, Matamoras..LEXINGTON, 11 a. ra. SIstersvlllo...RUTlI, 3:30 p. m. ClarIngton....LEROY. 3:30 p. m. Pittsburgh...LORENA. 2 a. m. Stoubenvlllo..T. M. BAYNE, 2:20 p. m. BOATS LEAVING TO-MORROW. Pittsburgh...QUEEN CITY. 5 a. in. Parkersburg.BEN 1IUR, 11 a. m. Newport JEWEL, 11 a. m. Slstersvillo...RUTH, 3:20 p. m. Clarlnpton. ...LEROY, 3:3u p. m. Stoubonvllif'..T. M. BAYNE, 2:30 p. m. Along the Landing. The marks at C p. m. showed 5 foot 3 inches and stationary. Weather, cloudy and warm, with showers. The Virginia is to-day's Cincinnati packet, departing at 8 o'clock. Klvcr Telegram j. OIL CITY?River 3 feet 4 inchcs and stationary. Cloudy and coo!. GREENSBORO?River 7 feet 7 Inches and stationary. Fair and pleasant. BROWNSVILLE?River 5 feet 1 inch and rlslncr. PITTSBURGH?River 5.2 feet and falling. Clear and warm. STEUBENVILLE?River 5 feet and falling. Clear and cool. PARKERSBURG?River 7 feet 4 inches and falling. Cloudy and ccol. POINT PLEASANT?River 7.9 feet and falling. Clear. CINCINNATI?River 15.2 feet and falling. Cloudy. ijAiiiu?Kiver aa.a reet ana iaiunjj. Fair and pleasant. EVANSVILLK? Rlvor 12 feet nnd falling. Clear and warm. LOUISVILLE?River rising: 9 feet 2 Inches In canal: 5 feet ,on falls; 11 feet below lock?, Clear and wartn. MKMPHIS?River 26.2 feet, a fall of 0.1. Clear und hot-. An Overdoso of Morphincv NEW YORK. May 3.?Mrs. Schuyler Hamilton, Jr., aged thirty years, wife of the son of General Schuyler Hamilton, dlod this afternoon at her home in this city, from morphine poisoning. It Is said that an over-dos? of the poison was taken by mistake. Mr. Hamilton awoke this morning shortly before S o'cl?vk and found his wife unconscious. Physicians were called at once, but they failed to revive her. Disastrous Pralrio Fires. SIOUX CITY, Iowa, Map 3.?Definite reports show hundreds of thousands of of dollars of damage by prairie Ilre3 In various part.s of South Dakota. Large numbers of farmers have been burned out. Nearly 3,000 head of live stock was lost and it Is reported that two men lost their lives. Near Castlewood Mrs. Erlckson. was burned to death while trying to save horses. Painted a Dark Picture. WASHINGTON. D. C., May 3.-The Industrial commission resumed iu public hearing In Its headquarters at the 131lss building to-day. The first witness was Florence Kelley. for four \ The GiireM Stares J jp Sloughs, & V SHaHsls, J ? ffiripgte, (k \ Whooping Cough, Asthma, 1 I ;m Bronchitis and Inclplont A ?? Consumption, la 1 rouo'si the german remedy" a j\S>?4 \>^ t>\\ 25^50^4 years chief factory Inspector of Illinois Her statement dealt particularly with sweat shops In Chlcaoo. She palntei the picture In dark colois. Th? commission has received word from chlel . counsel Dodd, of the Standard Oil Company, assuring them that John D Rockefeller and others of the componj will be pleased to comply with th( commission's request lo appear lr i "Washington between the 15th and 20tt ( of May. SUPREME COURT. Many Petitions for Rehearing ol Cases?Ono Appeal Dismissed. } Special Dispatch to the Intclliffcncor. CHARLESTON, W. Va., May 3.?Thf 3 supreme court reconvened -to-day after a I ten days' recess. Petitions for rehearins were filed In the following cases: state vs. Emblem, from Ohio county; . McDonald administrator vs. J. O. Colo 5 from Cabell oounty; Southern Building 2 & Loan Association vs. Page, from Ca2 bell county; Farnsworth vs. Noflfslngcr, 3 from Mason' county; Ralston vs. Town . of Weston, from Lewis county; Sheps herds vs. SnodRrass, from Wetzel coun' ty; Robinson vs. Lafollettc, from Kana * wha county; Morris vs. Roseberry, from i Mason county; State of West Virginia ^ vs. Henry King, from McDowell county; Watts & Ashby vs. West Virginia Southern Railroad Company, from Kanawha county; State of West Virginia l vs. Lot her, from Doddridge county, i Aldercon vs. Aldcrson, from Greenbrier county; Burns vs. Chesapeake & ' Ohio Railroad Company, from Cabell county; Kester and others vs. Alexanj der, from Harrison county; Holt vs. 1 Holt, from Gilmer county; Trump vs. Tidewater Coal & Coke Company, from ' McDowell county; Ravenswood, Spencer ' &. Glenvllle Railroad Company va Woodyard, from Roane county; W. B, Mcintosh vs. Augusta Oil Company, from Wirt county, motion for appeal and supersedeas dismissed at cost ot r appellant because the record was not ; printed within the time required by the p rule of the court, (six months). 5 Court adjourned until to-morrow i morning at 10 o'clock. Oli, Only one Small Island. S BOSTON, May 3.?The executive com5 mlttee of the anti-Imperialist League l ? ? ? *. - * , inuir iccent recommendation to l the President was rglsprinted In a } manner which perverted the meaning. I It 16 explained "that the suggestion was I not that the small islands should be ' kept, but that the Philippine governi njent should be asked to cede to us one 3 small Island as a coaling station. The 1 dispatch read ns follows: 5 "To the President?We urge you to 2 offer the Philippine government wlth\ drawal In five years, giving It mean) while moral support; the Philippine ) government to reimburse our payment J to Spain. The United States to keep J small Island." ? I Big Philadelphia Fire. PHILADELPHIA, Pa., May 3.?The i three story triangular structure of Bacharach & Co.,retail clothiers, bound ed by Ridge avenue. Green and Thir. teentli streets, was totally destroyed by fire to-day. At least twenty-five dwell, Intrs and stores, situated opposite the burned buildings on the streets named, were damaged by fire and water, a number of the larger houses being very badly damaged by fire. In a little more than half an hour the entire buildlngof Bacharach it Co., was leveled to the ground. The loss of Bacharach & Co., Is S17.1.000. fully covered by Insurance. Los3 to surrounding properties, 530,000. Kitchener's Envov Routed. CAIRO, Egypt, May 3.?Ibraham All, whom General Lord Kitchener sent upon a mission to Ibraham's uncle, the sultan of Darfour, has returned to Cairo. Ibraham All found upon reaching Darfour that his uncle had been dethroned by All Dinar. The latter, on the appearance of Ibraham All, turned out his troops and routed the escort of General Lord Kitchener's envoy, numbering 150, of whom 120 were killed. Caravan Attackod. CAPE TOWN, May 3.?Word has bfcen received here that a caravan un1 der the command of two. Europeans,was recently attacked near the headquarters of the Rovuma river, east of Lake Nyassa, the tribesmen killing fifty porters and capturing all the goods. The Europeans reached Chlckla fort after wandering three days in the brush. Victims of Matin. HARRISBURG, Pa., May 3.?Antonio de Rosa, an Italian tailor who was stabbed at Steelton on Sunday night by a band of unknown assassins, died this morning at the ILarrlsburjr hospital from Ills Injuries. A brother of de Rosa, who was also stabbed, will recover. It Is thought the men were the victims of the Mafia. COOK'S Imperial Champagno Extra Do' f?r the yacht, camping party, summer hntnl. finhlntr nnrfv m ?'? si'.iyiioro, or the picnic, SPEC? 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