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WHEELING W. VA. MONDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 6. 186s. ; NO. 211 jtfWS i.M) COMMENT. l'HK WFATHKK. » ... Vinciu»» * «>:Jvr. tmr we*t&<T w.snr'i Uam* Fa>r weather. ,, - m i'T.ip*-rature, liirhl to trvsli *■* js ib.iatiif ti> » utttwtveriv. l'Hk. * "V'HII» Ihm tu Ui rapidly »jet-1 tuw in -hap*' I'he railroads are Ctmiag w uiu«' »»«h <* lut-«*! rates for the occasion, 0 ibe lolowiu* kttenlo t b«» committee i'ii»tu»*: »»I'Ctouiuwree, appointed to g-.iufr' >»r * -Sl«»te Immigration L'ouveu- ' tw«. *»" testitV The brat in Irom i'resi jrol Th«»mi**»S, of the Ohio Kiver road: 1 !».»>«• y«>ur favor ol' the Jd ia reference ^ the raté over the Ohio Kiver Railroad jaiin»r the connu* convention to b« b^id j u »our vit? ou the -J9th of February. I lAte conferral with W. J. Kohiruou, Gen trai IVsoeBgtf A)ient, who will call ou .ju u> morrow, »nd will name a half fare ,itr to tho-« atteu.huK the convention r'ersfu- payiutf fcll fare to Wheeling will r* returned tree on presenting the proper ^rtiiuate Iroui tu authorized person. I »m sure I need not say to you ttut thel , .n t - r Kolrund Ootupmy wiH tnv^gp uopoilaut I'ouveotKtu its moat hearty ' iH<l active !*up|fc»rt The lucruse nud tie kdopuu-ut aioo* the Ohio river since the tous true tiou and completion ot the Ohio Kivet Kiilroail has surpassed the auticipM uon- of its most active supportera. We »ant tuoie tail mads, which will insure iu irrj.-w«l population and development. By bfiiikîiti^ 'h«* people • •»gether lor oiuiereoc« »jo a:i loterohiii'ise of opiuious interest is lUfu.MTil and awaketotd, and iu uiy opiuiou ttu 10«r.tient h a stood one and must Ik. ptelrhc >>1 good results. I iti.Tr! that 1 am compelled to leave I h»iu 1 I» >pe only l'or a brief time, but I -Lall «1 idea vor t«» get l«*i-k iu tiuie to lend 1 bei pi u/ hand. 1 Hiring my abseuce the utriivr- in cintre will cooperate. tours truly, ub'K..K W. Tuo.VfsoN, Prt.iulrnt. The ■•«oud, Iro.u, C'baileston, says 1 think I can safely say that we will *uil up a tf»id delegatiou to the Conven tion Will put the matter ioto better buu'ls that! tuiue. I'be Kanawha and Ohio will charge one Nie tor the round irir>, but you must give 1.01ice to tiie General Superintendent time tuu .^'h for Inui touotifv his conductors and »tatiou .i^t nts. \ ours, «See , Wil l I VM a. 1^1 AKK1KK. The strikers lu the Kcading reviou de ilute they will ns«f t\t-ry uifans in tbfir power tu -top »eik at those collenes that hur <tarttd «i>. Thus these strikers will p*:v-t in standing iu their own light. Iben hifhtrto manly and peaceable bear idü mou the sympathy and friendship of the public, and Ihoae who never upheld Ntrikrrs belotecame out on the side ot these i-tathUi.' uiiuer- and upheld the justice of their tau-e Hut now these strikers are alienating tins sympathy by violence and disregard of tne law. It is very pointedly remarked tbut the class which roost quick ly resorts to violence is comp«wed of the Pol. s and Hungarians who were brought here in termer strikes to take theplac->o? other workmen, ignorant ot our language aud laws, and only able to *e enough ot our liberty to imagine it to belueuse, they contribute a disorderly e!e. ment. which if *iv«rn iro* reign will prove dtstiuctive, ucd if put down by force will lurmsii re«rmt.s 10 secret socialism and an ai«.Ly. The introduction of this el» ment into our laboring population so largely daring th»- js>t few years is already as suming the profitions of a national peril; and the men who were insttumcnt&l in brining it here »fcould be made to feel their responsibility it tins stiiK«- is not soon settled who can tell what the result may he"' iHf. rut I lit ition of the l mon bridge sibwription has ttruwa the attention ot the rountry to V, neeling. We are getting there fast. In this connection the Kko isTEK desires to acknowledge tho numerous congratulations u hiu received on the ultimate sutcsns that has capped it« otreoaousefforts lor the I'nion bridge, in ar io?intr public ntiuont to the necessity ot :t after th«- • »nsumatiou of the cele brated *H. vV t » deal ' had deprived this Section ot railtoad competiou, aud in beat ing down all opposition to the scheme. Thanks, trie:.«Is, Ihauks, we shall al ways be louud leading the van of pro gram». foRAKKU »ill prohably b* a delegate at-large to the Nannual Convention and has siüuilied his willingness to lead the 8ek>i.\n suppoit .Ii^kph Benson could tot have sttui k u more effective blow for Fouakeu. ShkkaiaN km no chance and foKAkKK Hill «in over Shkrman's trieuds by this act. 'l iiert art- more ways ot killing it Jog thao < hoking him to death with bread. Tom 1*1 a it w .11 tu the Senate to-mor row tell us how Iikv American people can tax them-eUcs rich. l'l.ATT is a monopo list, a political Ihivi aud a demagogue, *hoiu respectakl« Ne» Yotk Kfpub)icaiia repudiate v> we may kuow just what to I.*KE ka.b..UN sa>.^ he will letire troin the riD^*i>ii hi-» .tturu to this country, tükln't that i'h>»njp.ouship busineos better be aettli«! tirst? It would I»« » national ulamity lor Aimnc.« i.ol to kuow who was really tbe champion sludger. Kow an coast?, Ky., has tinally cvrne oat with a protect ayainst the newspaper Ncnbblers who, slit- declare*, have «loue her enough Laru» by their lie« Lonau vouuty, W. Va., eau s>iupatbi/e with her. I>own with the newspaper liar! « fci.AiK'- surplus distribution chestnut wul bob up in the Senat»- tc morrow. Some one should tie a rope around this thing, lead it to a sewer and theu suddenly shove it in. Hilly MaHost want» to I* the National Committeeman troin Virginia. This is not °«wn. Bh.i.y always wants everything lotng. A Chu AiHi corporation has been formed 'or the purpose ct removing the famous Ubby Prwon irom Richmond to Chicago. Gov. RiVkNiK, of Kentucky, relus« to Rive np the West Virginians imprisoned in Piketille, Ky. Oxt thousand tube-workers have de serted the K. of L. for the Amalgamated ^ociation. Thk Grant Monument Association in. tlesignä for a |50U,UU0 monument. Axoiheb outrage by Indiana "White c*h»>" is reported. THK PROGRAM IN THE TWO HODS88 FOR THK l'OMING WEBK. Tri« Blair Chwtnut Still Hangs on—To Give Way fc SpMch*> by Y»wo3 Senators—Deti ciwcy Bill iQ the Hous*—Mr. form's Measure. Washihqton, I), c. February 5.—Tb« Kducatiou bill its fifth w*ek of (OMd<ntioo in the Senate to-morrow, and Mr. Case has the door tor a speech upon it. It is likely to be net aside tem porarily, *8 it has t*en heretofore, with the adHeut of Mr. Blair, for a variety of purpotMM. Senator Piatt h.-u given notice of hi» purpose to speak to-morrow upon the taritf and the President's meaaaKe, tboucb be may be delayed by the Saulsbury réso lution until Tuesday, and Senator Teller, ii a good opportunity occur*, will addreés the Senate on the .same subject later in the week. Senator Beck is t>ooked for a reply at au early day to Senator Brown's speech upon the internal revenne. Senator Davis expects to call up for action during the week, the Dependent Pension bill. 8enator Allison is expected to make a report upon the I nder Valuation bill Tuesday or Wednesday, but will probably ask that the measure be recommitted for amendment before it is brought forward for consideration aud action. The I rgeut Deficiency Appropriation bill will probably be pressed to the point til' passage in tSe House early in the week; aud il Mr. Foran, i who is now ill), shall have suiltriently recovered, he will ask the House to take up and pass the Pension Aopropnatiou bill, which is in bis charge. RULE OK RUN. Hilly Malioaa Wauts tu Control Virginia Kepublli-au*. W vshikutun, February f>.—Ex Senator Mahone, of Virginia, has been here tor sev eral days, culling upou hn political friends aud ccquetting with Senator Sherman, who expects to secure the Virginia delegation to the National Couveuttou through the intla euce ol the boa«. Mr. Mahone ban given »well ilinuers to several leading Republi cans and has l»een dined iu turn, and, no tably by Senator Shertnau. it is understood that M.«hone's activity is due to Ins desire to become a member ol the National Republican Committee. He has induced the present meml>er to promise to resigu it it became apparent that the boss can he appointed in bis stead. Whether he can accomplish this, in view of his llir tatiou with Sherman, is a matter lor doubt, as a large majority ot the members of the State Committee are supporters ot' Blaiue for the Presidency. Riddleberger and Lis friends are up in arms. The lier y Senator said to-day : "If Mahone is given a place on the committee it will be au outrage upon every honest Republican in Virginia, and we will pnt our hands down and let Mahoneism keep a State that is really Republican in the con trol of the Democracy. The Republicans of VirgiDia will not be bossed." Representative Yost, a friend of Senator [ Riddlebnver, said "If Mahoueism conld Ih* eliminated irom Virginia politics the State would go Republican by from 10,01X1 to 'iti.trtio majority upon the issue sug gested by the President's message, bnt so long as Republican success imam little more than tightening the grip of Mahone, we rare little for a victor»' in the State. It the National Committee recognizes Mahone in any wav they can connt upon the Re publican masses to be practically indiffer ent, in so tar as the resnlt in the State is concerned." Alter Statistical« Dodge's Scalp Washington*, February 5,—A comian nication signed by eighty-eight members of Congress, asking for the dismissal of Statisti.":m Dodge, was received yesterday by the Commissioner of Agriculture. The movemeut is uuderstood to have origina ted with the tobacco «rowers, who were wurieved by the statistician s crop reports I last summer. BKKNFR'S REPLY. tiir I'uiuU lUutt Decide Whether K«u tuobv It to Glvo I'p the Imprtaoued Went Vlr»lvl»ü». I k ynkfort, Ky., February 5.—Gov. Buckner today gave his au»wer to Mr. Malum, the spe* ial agent of the Governor of West Virginia, in the matter of a de maud mads upon him by the Stat*- ut' West Virginia lor the sur rentier ol members of the Hattield garni now iu iatl at Pike ville, Ky., and who were li»km forcibly from the State of We*t Virginia Governor Buckner says iu eûet'f that he has uo war rant t.» sur render these piisouers. It is a matter for the court*, anil the cour ta alone to decide, and the friends of the prisoners will have to de|x-ud upon a writ of ha beau corpus. Mr. Muhau will report to («overuor WiLson and pnx-eedingB will probably be at once beutto in the case before Judge Rice, the criwutul Judge of that Circuit Court. Libby Frison to be Removed. C hu'auo, February 5. —Tbe preliminary steps tor tbe tormation of a corporation whose object is the purchase and removal to this city of tbe famoue Libby Prison, of Richmond, Va , were taken here yester day. The gentlemen who tignre as the commissioners, and who are instrumental in orgiui/ing and developing the scheme, are M<-*srs. William H. Gray, Josiah Cratty, John A. Crawlord aud Chae. K. Miller, all Chicago men. The company will ha\e a capital of $40H,<>00, and it is understood that all the stock has already beeu applied for. A Scheme to Down Shermau. SiRtxoriBLD, O., February 5.—At a meeting of the Clark County Central Com mittee last night it was decided to call the County Convention March 29. At the same time delegates to the Congressional Con veatiou to select a national delegate will be cho«»n There is a strong feeling here to send a Blaine delegate to Chicago. The CopuinKsional district is composed of Lo gan, Champaign, Clark, Madisou and Pickaway conn tie*. There?« a scheme on foot to have Logan and Clark counties unite ou J udge West, of Bellefontaine, who presented Blaine's name to the convention four >e:irj ago. A "Put aud Call." This it* a tunny phrase to the uninitiated, bnt all the brokers understand it They ose it when a person gives a certain per cent, tor tbe option of buying or selling stock un a fixed day, at a price stated on the day the option is given. It is often a irions operation to the dealer, but there is a more serions "pu$ and call" thnn this: when yoa are "put" to bed with a severe cold and your friends "call" a physician. Avoid all this by keeping in tbe honse Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. The (treat cure tor pulmonary and blood diseases. Its action is marvelous. It ores the worst cough, whether acute, lingering, or chronic. For Weak Lungs, Spitting of Blood, Short Breath, Consump tion, N'mht-eweato, and kindred affections, it snrpas*» all other medicines. INDIANA Kol«, h Ks. Jadjf« Ur*h«ui K«(«m Cojr and Bxrnhtintr tu th« Supreme Court. Indianapolis, Ind., February 4.—The news from Chicago that Judge Greshatu had determined not to interfere in the tally sheet conviction.«, appeared to be the first thing to give Coy and Bernhaiâer a realiz ing sense of their trne situation. J. W. Kern, who presented the motion lor a writ of error to Jndge Gresbam, in Chicago, yesterday, returned to-day and stated that Gresbam advised fhem to go directly to the Supreme Court on a writ of kabeas corpus.* "Grewbam not only did thin," said Kern, "but be told me to tele graph McNutt that he might use bis »Gresbam s) name in going before Judge Woods to ask a stay of proceedings Kern is confident that Gresham enter tains the same views of the law held b? tbé defendant«' counsel, and it is charged that Gresham stated that the mucù-quoted Clark case, which Judge Woods bad relied on in sustaining the indictments, dio not, iu fact, sustain them at all; that it simply affirmed the rieht of the United State to adopt the laws ot the State in regard to Congressional elections. Much sympathy is expressed for Coy, and a petition for a pardon wonld be cir culated, hut it is not believed that th« President wonld interfere aftei appointing assistant counsel for the prosecutiou. LEAVING THE K. OP L. l.OOO fltlabuix Tube Worker« Dewart (or tb« Aintlijauiatetl. PlTTSBUBo, February 5.—A big aud al together au unexpected bneak has been uiade by the tub« workers of this district, which will decrease the membership of D. A. 3, K. of L., over 1,000, and add as many to the Amalgamated Association of Irou and Steel Workers. Almost all the skilled labor in the five great tnbe works —the Pittsburg, the Pennsylvauia, Conti nental, National and Etna—have decided to leave the Knights and join the Amalga mated organisation. The application for a charter has heen drawn up and will be presented at uational headquarters this week. This movement bas been on foot for sev eral weeks; bnt the members kept the mat ter very quiet until all the arrangements had Iteen completed. The loss to D. A. 3 will ha ji serious one. Fatal It Alt ro lid Accident at Flttiiburg. PlTTSHl'BO, l'a., February 5.—Au ex preß traiu on the Pittsburg and Western Railroad ran into a wagou at the Cherry street crossing, Allegheny City, last even ing, killing William Steinbronner, the driver, and seriously injuring William Al bright, a l>oy 11 years old,and his compan ion, a young sou of Policeman Johnson. Steinbronner and the boys were crossing the tracks ou their way to the river tor coal, when the train struck the wagon in tho middle. Steinbronner was thrown a distance of twenty feet, where the train passed over him, cutting him badly about the head and body, and he died at once. Wiu. Albright was caught and his right arm torn from the socket at the shoulder. He was also cut severely about the head and body. His injuries may prove fatal. Young Johnson, as the train struck the Wiig>»n, jumped and fell on his head. He wa.s cut and considerably bruised, but was able to go home unassisted. Hi* St. Loula Fire. Sr f.«»i"i3, February 5.—A fire was dis covered in the heart ot one ot the most valuable busine*« blocks in ibis city short ly afr^r 1 o'clock this morning, and before it was extinguished had destroyed $155,000 worth of property. Following are the losses: Hersog «Sc Co., loss $:J5,000; insurance f:*O.0<X); Hildreth Print ing eitablisbmcut, loss $75,(MM); insurance ÇF.iUMM); Mermod & Jaccard Jewelry Co., lo-e ali br water. $25,0<M); fully injured. The buildiug was owued by Mrs. Webb, valued at about $5u,lMjO, damaged $,Jt,,000 Heavy Loss by Fire. Chicauo, February 5.—The two upper iloors ot the five-story building, Nos. 68 and 70 Wabash avenue, hnrned this morn ia«, and the rest of the structure and its content» were badly damaged by water, cau«ing damages aggregating $90,000. A. R. Birnes <Sc Co., printers, are the heaviest sufferers. Their loss is $55,000; insured for $36,000, among twenty companies The othtr losere are fully insured. A Great Jewelry Theft. Norfolk, Va , February 5.—Between 2 and 4 o'clock this morning burglars en tered the jewelry store ot Chapman & Gale, on Main street, through a skylight, took the door off the sate and utole all the diauiouds, gold watches and valuable jew elry in the stock of the firm. The latter were carrying a large stock ot the Kock ford Watch Company's goods, which they were selling on the club plan. The value of the goods stolen is estimated at $:!0,O00. No trace ol the burglars has yet been ob tained. _ Waul the Wlunlfrede Miner* to Strike. Charleston, W. Va., February 4 —It is rumored here to-night that the up-riter miners held a meeting to-day and request ed the miners of the Winirlrede Coal Works to come out for au advance. The Wiunilrede weut to work the first of the week at two and three-fourths cents, while the other miners iu the up-river works had received three cento. Sheriff Swart left for Winnifredeto day to preveut any trouble among the men. A $.">00.000 Grant Monument. Nkw York, February 5.—The Graut Monument Association haj issued a circu lar addressed to artists, architects and sculptors, inviting competitive désigna for a monument to be erected over General Grant's grave, to cost $500,Ouo. Prizes of $1,500, $I,(MM), $500, $300 and $20<i are offered. Information as to the rules gov erning the competition can be had on ap plication to Richard T. Greiner, Secretary, 14u Broadway. Death of a Professional VlolluWt. ïpccuti T>Uçnun to the ReçUtr. Sr. Ci.Aiitsvil.i.K, O.. February 5.-— Fred. lU-hrec«, viol ist for Sig I~aCardo's cotubinafiou «.lit-ti at the hotel here this atteruoou alter a short illnefw. He was the only child of wealthy parents, »ml his body will be shipped to his home at Wellsviile. N. Y. Film* Through » Bar. Nbw Yokk, Ftbruay 5.—John Douey and John Mark, escaped from Jefferson Market prison sometime last night by tiling a bar in their cell window and lowering themselves to the root'of the market by a rope 36 feet long, made oat of bed clothing. This is the first escape from the prison since [ it was bailt in 1875. The prisoners had been incarcerated for merely venial offenses, and one of them bad been declared insane. Koliii M. Squire'« Trial. Nkw Yokk, February 5.—The trial ol Rollin M. Squire, ex-commissioner of Pub lic Works, and Maurice B. Flynn, jointly indicted for conspiracy, will begin before Judge Lawrence, in the Court of Oyer and Terminer, Monday morning. Ex-Mayors Grace and Ldson will testify. Squire will be defended by Howe and Hnmuull, and Ex-Judge Davis andW. Bourke Cock ran will appear for Flynn. F*1m PntanrM. Venders who by specious representations as to worthless articles for the teeth, in duce the unsuspecting to use them fruit lessly or with positiTe injury to the enamel, should be ponished. Buy SOZODONT only, escape their snares and beautify the teeth. [the walkers start. ! an IM 51KNSK JAM GREETS THE INTERNA TIOXAL CONTEST. Which u to Determine Who is (he Most Enduring Peaewrun m the World—Madison Square Garden, New York. Filled to Overflowing. Nsw York, February 5. — Madison Square Garden began to till np as soon as the gates were opeDed Shortly after seven o'clock about '2,000 persons bad gathered around the doors and they piled in in feuch a manner as to call into service the powers ot the 150 police that Lad been stationed in and around the building. Atter the tir'st rush the riow was steady until at 12 o'clock there were about 9,000 in tbe seats and the space inude the track. The interuatioutl six days' walking match started at midnight. There was a good deal of betting going ou in the space inside tbe track, and two or three book makers were plying their trade, but not openly. The favorites were Cartwright,Con nors, Sinclair, Hart and Hogbes, in the order named. Anions those who dropped in during the evening were Judge Dufly, Mike Donovan, Tom Ochiltree, Larry Jerome, Pat Divier, W. J. Co win, Prof. Miller of Australia, Joe, Jim and Mike Coburn, Jim Cusick, Jack Dempsey, Billy Edwards, Fatty Walsh, I nder Sheriff Sex tou, Barry Wall, Fred Gebhart, Col. Johu Osborne, Inspector Steers sud Pap Kearney. The tiret away was Field; Cox followed, theu came Hughes, Cartwright, Albert, Panshot, Herty, Fuerrero, Brodie's unknown. Hart, Sinclair, Eleou, Hales, Hegglemau, Stroke!,Curran, Dillon, Campan, Tilly, Callahan, Kiubofer, Mc Laughlin, Seliu, Paul, Dufrane, Keeshoue, Call, Foran, Hong, John^n.Hoagland, Pit tilla, Newhart, Day, Burrill, Dflrica, Lurkey, Swenke, Kichanls, Tavlor, Mnu son, Stolpb, Thomas, Stout, Vint, Sulli van, Bird and Connors, who brought up in the rear, making 4* nil told. Guerrero made tbe tirst unie iu six minute« twenty seconds vvitb Hart immediately behiud him. At the time ot the start there was a crowd of several thousand outside the building bowling tor admissiou At 2 o'clock the titieen leaders were:— (»olden, 1*> uiiloB 2 lap«; Cartwright, 16 miles 4 laps; «iuerrero, lfi miles 3 laps; Hurt, 1j miles 2 laps; Albert, 16 wiles 3 laps; liegelmau, lfi miles 2 laps; Strokel, 15 miles 2 laps; Horty, 1*> miles 1 lap; Connors, là miles I lap; Sinclair, 14 miles — laps; Panchot, 15 miles 4 laps; Du franc, 13 miles t* laps; Hughes, 12 miles — laps. A BROKEN FRO« CaurifM >4 Fatal Accident od the Ny.» P. O«—The Killed and Injured. Mkadvii.LE, Pa., February 5— Ex press train No 8 on the New York, Penn sylvania and Ohio railroad was thrown from the track by a broken fro« while passing Steamburg station, N. early thi8 morning The engine and the first two cars passid over sifely, but the third coach lett the rails» and dashed iuto the caboose of a treiüht traiu lying on a side track. The following persons were killed: MipH Mattie Abbott, ngcd 17, of Sheffield, Iiis.; passenger en route to Boston iu company with Mr». Cyra and Miss Bessie Battey George Kills, Mead ville, conductor of ireigiil fr»»», und James Dean, Mead vi lie, brakeman of freight train. Injured—Mrs. Cora Hattey, Shetlield, Ills., left shoulder and body bruised, no hones bioken, wdl probably recover; Miss Besoie Battey, Slitifield, Ills., right arm cut and brui>ed, uotbing serious; George Kimball, passenger en route from the West to Bradford, Pa , slight con cussion of the brain, resting comfort ably; William McNeil, eluctrical engineer, Covington, Ky., broken libsand slight bruises, nothing serions; Henry Schaefer, Meadville, Pa , brakemau of freight train, scalp wounJ with concussion of brain, will probably recover. Two or three other passengers sustained slight bruises, but continued on their journey. The track inspector had pawed over the track twice during the two hours imme diately preceding the accident, the last time al»out tive minutes before, and found the switch and fog all right. The ouly possible conclusion is that the frog must have been broken by the engine or baggage car in passing over, us the traiumenoQ the engine and baggage car noticed no jar whatever. The coroner will investigate the matter in the morning CONDKNSKD TELKMRAM4. The Exposition Building at Osbkosh, Wis., u huge frame structure, was crushed in by the weight of snow. Robert F. Morrow, the Han Francisco millionaire, has been acquitted ot the charge of attempting lo bribe a jury. The indictments against Henry Pogue, a former Director of the Fidelity Bank, have been nollied in the District Court. Crawford county (Ind. ) White Caps vis ited Thomas Williams and tiogg«>d him so severely it is thought he cannot recover. Jesse Holcolm, a brakeman on the Cin cinnati Southern, fell between the cars at Somerset, Ky., and was instantly killed. The Commissioners ol the Cincinnati Centennial Exposition have decided that all departments will be closed on Sun days. A St Louis tiremau rescued an aged couple from » burning building and brought them safely to the ground, where they were quickly revived. Charley Hopkins, son of Beu Hopkin?, ol the late Fidelity Bank, has been ar rested on a charge of adultery with a mar ried lady of Colambus. Elmer Ge*t, of Xenia, O., has been bound over to the U. S. Court in the sum of $500 for tampering with U. S. mails while in the postoflice as a clerk. William Howell, a prominent citizen ot Bradley county, Tenn., was struck by a tailing tree, crushed his skull, from the effects of which he will die. Governor Foraker has signified his will ingness to accept the positional Delegate at-large lo the National Convention, and to lead the Sherman support At Ballstou, N. Y., Pavlict was convict ed of murder in the second degree as an accomplice of Kobinaki, convicted last week, and sentenced to life imprisonment Mrs. Sadie Tibbitts, of Eau Claire, Wis., was seized by a man at Chippewa Falls, and dragged into a bnilding, where she was assaulted by three men, and kept all night The Postothce Department has decided to arm postal employee on routes in the West where traiu robbers seek to rob the mails This is done at the urgent solicita tion of General Superintendent Nash. Chase Franklin, a notorious burglar,was sentenced to the penitentiary from Spring field, Ohio, tor six years, being the third seutence for the sime offense, which will amount to a life sentence under the law. Workmen engaged in demolishing an old building, a historic landmark, at Evans ville, Ind., found an old copper box in which was $6,000 in ten and twenty-dollar gold pieces. The workmen made an equal division of the find among themselves. It kill* pain, we refer to Salvation Oil, the greatest cure on earth for pain. Price 25c. A quarter of a dollar will purchase any where a bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. DASTARDLY OUTRAGE ( A QU( of Whit« Cap« Avenge the Arrest of » Law-Breaker. E^ANBVILLK, Ind., February 5.—A re port has reached this city of a dastardly outage by White Caps, committed Friday night, near Argo, Howard county, Ind. In that locality resides Thomas Williams and Wife, who were subjected last year 1o great indignitiea, so it is said, at the hands ol the White Cape. At the time Williams clainad he recognized among bis assail ant« Thomas Courtney, Jr., the son of one ot the leading physicians of t^e county. Young Courtney fl«l, but was afterwards •rniM. Last night at a late hour a crowd weat to Williams' house uui demanded admit tance and were re fu^, They broke down the #oor just as Williams tired three shots iu crowd from his revolver. The crotfd then told Williams they had come for |is written aud sworn statement, exon erating Courtney lrom all participation from crime charged against him, and that "his refusal would result in his being put out cf the way. Though thus intimidated be refused to do it, and their leader ordered he ahould be dogged until he agreed to sign the tMcuient He wait therefore stripped and bound to the tree. The lash was applied vigorously, briuging blood for some mo ments, when the head ol the poor man was noticed to fall backward aud it was ascer tained that be had faiuted. At last accounts Williams was reported iu a dying couditiou. The White Caps made good their escape. MOREHBAirs THOU BMW. The Report About the Ha/Mlrl^g Murder« Deel«red FaU». Lkxinqton, Kv, February 5. —Mr. T. J. Ha/elrigg, editor of the Highland Hladt, is authority for the statement that the re port sent out trom Morehead saying three men were shot and seriously wounded at a dauce at Mrs. Nellie Walker's, uear More head, is entirely without foundation in fact. Mr. Ha/.elrigg says Kowan county has su tiered enough at the bauds of news paper Bcribblers, and in tuture he wishes they would tell the truth. lu conversation with a geutleman who knows whereof he spunks, your represent ative learned yesterday that the To'.liver faction desire the quashing of all indict ments found by the Kowan Circuit Court against their tuen. He thiuks this would be the surest way to keep the peace in Kowan, and believes it would be the best thing that eould be done for Morehead and Kowan county. As Circuit Court begins in Morehead next Tuesday, probably some action will be taken in the matter the coming week. Kllruln Will Ketlro on HI« l.utirtda. Boston, February 5.—Jake Kilraiu, iu a letter to his former manager, states tbut he will retire from the ring upon hi« return to this country. THK UNION HRIDUE. No Additional Figure* of tlm Klertlon Ilecelvod—What 1» llelug Done. Owing to yesterduy being Sunday, ami to the further fact that the weather showed no material improvement over Sitnrday, no further details of the I nion bridge election were received. It is understood, however, that the proposition carried in the country as a whole by a large majority. The official returns will tie at the office of the V'U rk of the Board of Coin mis lioners this morning, but thu vote will piob.iblv not be counted until Friday, nmler the law which reqnirwithat Iivedajs.not includ ing Snnday, n:n>t el*p-»c betweeu (he date of the election and the canvassing of the vote. Meanwhile the engineers ure haul at work with the surveys, and are busy com mitting their data to paper. Mr. Linden thai, who has general charge of the work, will remain here until to-morrow night, when he must return to New York. He fore he leave«, however, one of his subor dinates in the New York office will be on hand to keep things going, and Mr. Lin denthal will himself retorn as soon as pos sible. A great deal of work has been done indeed the total is astonishing, considering the brief time the engineers have been at work, and the results attained are emin ently satisfactory. Mr. Lindenthal has shown himself to be at the v< ry head of his profession, and bis plans, when fully given to the public, will be sure to command the admiration and approval of all. Certain of these plans will probably be submitted to Council to morrow evening. In the conrse of a conversation last night .1 udge Cochran said everything would be pushed forward with all the expedition possible. The right of way will soon be ascertained, and everything put in readi ness for active work when the weather would permit. In reply to a question as to how long it would require to erect the piers, Eugineer Lindenthal »aid : " Arnum - iug the stone to lie qnnrned, ordinary low water, and a plant large enough to work cpon two piers at once, the piers could be put up in one season. The superstructure will be erected without false work." Kfv. Father McKlllgolt Keplleo to " I 7b the EdiU/r of thf Rr(/inUr: StR—If your interrogator, X, will give his name 1 promise to prove that the quo tations referred to in the Encyclopedia Brit tallica, with which I am sufficiently familiar, do not substantiate the thread word calumny with which Protestant big otry has charged Jesuit Theologians, viz : I "That the end justifies the tneaus " Rt. Kev. Dr. Cox, F. E. Hie hop of Western New York, lately alleged the authority of the Encyclopedia in cupport of the-same fonl anpersion It must have been very humiliating to his friends to sre their Bishop citing an article in an Encyclopedia instead ot going to the original sources ; but they have been still more humiliated by the utter irrevelnnce which the Catho lic press has shown between these quota tions and the axiom attributed to author*, "Fi'iim d<terminai probilatcm aciui." If a ! school boy in the lowest I.atin clans were to translate these words, "theend justifios the means," he would richly deserve a jspanking. The correct rendering is: "The end determines the moral character of the act." To illustrate: A man, through mistake, gives his sick wife morphia instead of qai nine. She die* from the effects of the dose. Is her husband gnilty of murder ? All Catholic moralists say no. The end he had in view was the care of his wife, not her death. Bat aootber dries the very same thing on purpose, because, like the founder of Bisbop Cox's Church, he wants anew wife. This man bad murder in his heart, and he deserves the penalty decreed against the destroyers of human lite. Taking up one of the Jesuit authorities re ferred to—Laymann t Lyons édition, 1606), I read ( Bk. 1, Treatise on Yolnxitary Acts, ch. XI): "Thecircumstance of a bad end makes an act which would be objection ably good, bad »impltotrr. ' ' Then be quotes approvingly the following axioms: "Whenever the interest is had, the choice ot means is also bad;" or "The badness of the intention vitiates (dépravât» the selec tion of the means." - He then quotes in support ot his SL Gregory, St. Thomas, St Bonaventura, and other illustrious theo logians. Immediately after Laymann teachcs that "Whoever chooses bud means to accomplish a bad end is gnilty of two sins." But enough. I shall make no far thet reply to X unless be removes bis mask. Will he <Jo so? No. Why? Be cause no man likes to have a public exhi tion made of his stupidity or bigotry. John McElligott. Wheeling, February 4th, 1888. THE VEIL OF MODESTY. DR TALMAGhS TABERNACLE SERMON TO WOMEN LAST SCNDAT la the Palace of Shnahan—How »11 Women are Queens—Their Highest and Noblest Work —The Queen of the Home aid the School. .•Special Ttugram to the RtgiMer. Brooklyn, February 5.--The annual pew letting in Brooklyn has jast taken place, and the rental exceeds all previous years. For the best pews, five, six, seven and eight hundred dollars were paid. But part« o: the house are kept free, so that no one can truthfully say that be can not attenfl chnrch here for lack of means. If this immense structure were twice as large it wonld not contain all who desire to worship here. By the time the service begins the streets are blocked with people g'MiJg una). The Ket. T. JfcWiU Talmag«, D IX, the pastor, preached this morning the tilth in the "Series of Sermons to the Wo men of America, with Important Hint« to Men." His «abject was "The Veil of Modesty," uud his text: Esther 1., 12: "The^ueen Vashti refused to come. '' We stand amid the palaces of Shushau The pinnacles are aflame with the moining light. The columns rise festooned and wreathed, the wealth of empires dashing from the grooves; the ceilings adorned with images of birds and beasts, and men«» of prowess and conquest. The walls are hung with shields and emblazoned uutil it seems that the whole round of splendors is exhausted. Kach arch is a mighty leap of srchiU-ctural achievements. iioldea stare, shining dowu on glowing arabesque AltA-n'KRl'SI* fcNTKKTAINING HIS NOM.KH. In another part of the palace, t/ueen Vashti is entertaining the princesses of Persia at a banquet, Imiukiti Ahasuerus says to his servants: "Vou ko out and fetch Vashti from that banquet with the women, and bring her to this banquet with the men, and let me display her beauty." The servants immediately start to obey the king's commund; but there was a rule in Oriental society that no womm might ap pear in public without having her face veiled. Vet here was a mandate that no one date dispute, demanding that Vashti come unveiled before the multitude. How ever, there was in Vaahti'a soul a princi ple more regal than Ahasuerus, more bril liant tbau the gold ot Shuihau, of more wealth than the realm of IVrsia, which commanded her to disobey this order ol the king; and so all the righteousness, and holiuess, and modesty of her nature rises up into one sublime refusal. H he says "I will not go into the banquet unveiled." Of oonrse Ahasuerus was infuriated; and Vashti, robbed of her position and her es tates, is driven forth in poverty and ruin to suffer the scorn of a nation, and yet to receive the applause of after generations who shall rise up to admire this martyr to kingly insolence. In the tirst p'ace, 1 want you to look upon Vashti the queen. A blue ribbon, rayed with white, drawn around her fore ] head, indicated her queenly position. It : w.w uo small honor to be queen in such a red m as that. Hark to the rustle of her rolies! See the blaze of her jewels' And yet, mv friends, it is not nects«arv to have palace aud regal robe in order to be qiieen lv What glory was there ori the brow of Marv of Scotland, or Eli/ il>*th of England, or Margaret of France, or Catharine of Knssia, compared with the worth ol some of our Christian mothers, many of them none into glory'.'—or of that woman men tioned in the Scriptures, who put her all in the Lord's treasury?—or of Jephthath's daughter, who made a demonstration of unselfish patriotism''—rtr ot Abigail, who rescued the herds aud flocks of her hue hand?—or of Rath, who toiled under a tropical sun for poor, old, helpless Naomi? Qneens are nil Buch, and whether the world acknowledges them or cot, heaven acknowledges tbem. When Scarron, the wit and ecclesiastic, as poor as he was bril liant, was about to marry Madame de Maintenon, be was asked by the notary what he proposed to settle upon Made moiselle. The reply was: "Immortality! The names of the wives of kings die with them; the name of the wife of Scarron will live always." In a higher and better sense, upon all women who do their duty (»od will settle immortality' Not the immor tality ot earthly fame, which is hut mortal, but the immortality celestial. And they shall reign torever and ever' woman's opportunity. Ob, women of America' risetoyourop portunity. He no slave to pride, or world line«« or sin. Wby ever craw! in the dust when yoa ran mouut a throne Be queens nnto Odd forever. Hail Vashti! Again: I want \ou to roDxidt-r Vashti the veiled. H^d the appeared Itefore Abasuerus and bis court on tbatday, with tier fare uncovered, she would have shock ed all the delicacies of Oriental society, aud the very men who in their intoxication de manded that «be come, in their sober mo menta would have despised her. As Home flower* seem to thrive t>esi in the dark lane and in the shadow, and where the son does not seeui to reach them, so (Jod appointa to mont womanly natures a retir ing and unubtrusivfc spirit. God once in a while call Isabella to a throne, or a Miriam to strike the timbrel at the frontot a host, or a Maria Antoinette to quell a Kreuch mob, or a Deborah to stand at the front ot an armed battalion, cry ing oat: "Up' Up! This 1« the day io which the Ix>rd will deliver K;aera into thy hand»." Aod when women are called to such outdoor work, and to such heroic positions, God prepares them for it; and they have iron in their soul, and light nings in their eye, and whirlwinds in their breath, and the borrowed strength of the Lord Omnipotent to their right arm. They walk through furnaces as though they were hedge« of wild-flowers, aud cross seas as though they were shimmering sap phires, and all tbejharpies of bell sink down to their dnngeou at the stamp of their womanly indignation. Rut these are exceptions. Generally, Dorcas would rather make a garment for the poor boy ; Rebecca would rather fill the trough for the camels; Hannah would rather make a coat for Samuel; the Hebrew maid would rather give a prescription for Xanana's leprosy; the woman of Sartpta would rather gather a few sticks to couk a meal for famished Elijah; Phebe would rather carry a letter for the inspired Apostle; Mother Lois would rather educate Timothy in the Script a res. Wb>-n I see • woman going about bar daily doty, with cheerful dignity presiding at the ta ble; with kind and gentle, but firm disci pline presiding in the nonery, going oat into the world without any blast of trum pets, following in the footsteps of Him who went about doing good—I say: "Thia is Vashti with a veil 00." Hat when I see.« woman of unbl ashing boldness, load voiced, with s tongue of infinite clitter clatter, with arrogant look, poshing through the streets with a masculin« swing, gayly arrayed in a my hurricane ol millinery, I cry oat: "Vashti has last her veil. '' When I see a woman struggling foi political preferment, and rejecting the du ties of home as insignificant, and thinking the offices of wife, mother and daughter ol no importance, and trying to force her way up into conspicuity, I say: "Ah, what a pity; Vashti has lost her Teil." When ] Me a woan of comely tentures, and ol adroitness of intellect, and endowed witk all that the schools can do for ooe, aod ol high social position, yet moving in society : with superciliousness and hauteur, as though »be would have people know their place, and an undefined combination of giggle, and «trot, and rodomantade. en dowed with allopathic quantities of talk ■ but only homeopathic infinitesimals of sense, the terror of dry-goods clerks and J railroad conductor«, discoverers of signfi-1 cant meanings in plain conversation, prod igies ot badness and innuendo—I say : "Vasbti has lost her Teil." But do not misinterpret what I say into a depreciation ot' the work of tboee glori ous and Divinely called women who will not be understood till after they ara dead, women like Susan B. Anthony, who are giving their life lor the betterment of the condition of their sex. Those of you who think tbat women have uuder the laws ef this country an equal chance with men are ignorant of the laws. A gentleman writes me from Maryland saving' "Take the laws ot thi« State. A man and wife start out in life full of hope in every respect; by their joint efforts, and as is frequently the case, through the economic ideas of the wife, succeed in accumulating a for tune, but they have no children; they reach old age together, and then the husband dies. What does the law of the State do then? It says to the widow, hands off your late husband's property, do not touch it, the State will find other» to whom it will give tbat, but you, the vidow, must uot touch it, only so much as will keep life within your aged body. that you may live to see those others enjoy what right fully should be your own." And the State seeks the relatives of the deceased hnsband, whether they be near or far, whether they were ever heard of before or not, aud transfers to them, singly or col lectively, the estate of the deceased hus band sud liviuy widow. Now that is a specimen ot unjust laws in all ttie sûtes concerning womanhood. Instead of dying off in the discussion as to whether or not the giving of the right of voting to woman will correct these laws, let me say to man, be gallant enough and fair enough, and honest enough, and righteous enough and God-loving enough to correct these wrong« agaiust women by your on ii masculine vote Do not wait ifor WOMAN hl'FFK U(K to come, it it ever does come, but so fat ** you «an touch ballot boxes and legisla tures and congresses, licgui the reforma tion But until justice is done to yonr sex by the laws of all the States, slid women of America take the platforms and the pulpits, and no honorable man will cbaige Vashti with having lost her veil. Oh the women aud the men ot sacrifice aie goiug to take the brightest corouals of heaven! This woman ot the text gave palatial residences, gave up all for what she considered right. Sacrifice1 Is there anythiug mote sublime'' A steamer called the "l*r«irie Belle," Imming on the Mis sissippi Hiver, Bludso, the engineer, de dared lie would keep the bow of the boat to the shore till all were ofi, and he kept his promise. At his post, scorched and blackened, he perished, but he saved all the passeugcrs. Two verses ol pathetic poetry describe the wene, but the verses are a little rough, and so I changed a word or two. "1 hroogh the taut Mack breath of the Imming lim ßludso't voire whs hrard, Anil they all hod trout lit his »tubborues». And knew he won Iii keep hi* word And stire » you're born they all got off Afore tht smoke stack» fell And Rliiclso » ghost went up above, In the «moke of the "Prairie Belle." Hi* weren't no suint, but at Judgment I'd run mv < haneo with Jim. I.ongslde of some nions gentlemen That wouldn't shake hands *ilh him He'd won his duty, a dead sure thing, And went lor It there and then. And ChrUt is no*going to be too haul On h man that died for men." Once more I want you to I.(K)K AT VAHFITI thi! mi lent. Yoa do not hear any outcry from this woman as she goes forth froin th«» pal«!'" gate From tho very dignity of her nature yon know there will be no vociferation! Bometimes in life it in necessary to make a retort; sometimes in life it in necessary to resi»t; bnt there are criHen when the most triumphant thing to do is to keep silence. The philosopher, confident in his newly-discovered prin ciple. waited for the comini» of more in telligent generations, willing that men should laugh at the lightning-rod, and cotton-Kin and steamboat— waiting for long yeorg through the scoffing of philo sophical schools, in gTand and magnificent silence. Oslileo,condemn«! by mathemati cians, and monks, and cardinals, cari catured everywhere, yet waiting and watching with his telescope, to see the coming up of stellar reinforcement«, when the btars in their courses would fight for tie Copernican system; then sitting down in complete blindneM and deafnes* to wait for the com ing on of the generations who would build his monument and bow at hi* grave. The relonner, e*ecrated by hiscomtemporaries. fastened in a pillory, the slow tires of pub lic contempt buroiug under him, gronnd under the cylinder* of the printing preas, yet calmly waiting for the day when parity of soul and heroism ol character will get sanction of earth and plaudits of heaven Affliction, enduring without any complaint the sharpness of the pang, and the violent of the storm, and the hett of the < ham, and the darkness of the night—waiting until a divine hand shall I»« put forth to ««the the pang, and hush the storm, and release th« cantive. A wife abnaed, persecuted. and a perpetual eiile from every earthly effort —waiting, waiting, nntil the l-ord shall gather up His dear children in a heavenly home, and no poor Vaahti will ever be throat out from the palace gate Jesus, In silence, and answering not a word, driak ing the gall, bearing the crosa, in prospect ol the rapturous consummation whwo "Angel* thronged His chariot wbrel. A n't tore Him to His throne Thou »wei4 their paldert heart« aud flung Theglorioui work Is done," 1 thank Cod that the ftrvhtieat influ ences are the most ai lent. The fires in a furnace of a factory, or of a steamship, roar though they only move a few ahottlas or a few thousand tons, bot the son that warm« a world rise« and acta without a crackle, or faintest sonnd. Traveller* visiting Mount Etna, having beard of the glories of sua nae on that peak, went np to apeod the night there, and see the »uu riae next morning, bot when it came up it was so far behind their anticipations they actually hiaaed it. The mightiest influence* to day are like the planetary ayotem-completely ailent. Don't his« the sue' O, woman' do«« not thia story of Vaahti the queen, Vaahti the veiled, Vaahti th« sacrifice, Vaahti th« silent, move yoar «oal? My sermou converge« wto th« one absorb ing hope that none of too may be ahnt oat of the palace gate of Heaven. Von can endure the hardship«, and the privation«, and the cruellies, and the misfortune» ol this life, if yoa can only gain admission there. Throagh the blood of the everlast ing covenant, yoa go throagh these gates, or never go at all. When Rome was besieged the dnughtei of its ruler *aw the golden bracel«t«on th< left arm« ot the enemy, aod ah« sent word to them that the would HKTBAY HKS CITY A. KD S r El CM DU it to them if tbey would only give bei those bracelets on their left arma. Tbej accepted the proffer, aod by night thii daughter of the ruler of the city open«1 one of the gate«. Th« army entered, aod, keeping their promis«, threw np«« bei their bracelets, and also their shields, un til under weight she died. àlas, that all through the ages the same folly bss tan repeated, and far the trinkets and glitter I ing treasures of this world sen and woumo I awing open the portals of their immortal soul for an everlasting »aireoder, and at« ander the shining sabaci&«■»■* Through the rich g*aes j/J*" aus Christ may you ha the example of Rarhai» and Hannah, and I Abigail, and Deborah, afld Mary, and THE RIOTERS BOAST THIY WILL PRIVENT WOES. ATTHE SHKN ANDOAH COLLIRIIS TO-DAY A Yuttt SuktT u Spent at A« 8mm 0/ Dittui iLC*—Tb« Pol« Pnpanng far a Oon iirt—Th« Wiiiiaa Pmb Will Rmm m Vail. Shkmakdoah, Pa., February 5. — Noll) infC has yet occurred to break tbe pee ce ot the Sabbath here. Tbe rioting Polee bare kept theinselvee in tbe saloone, that ate tbeir headquarters drinking and discussing tbeir plane for to-morrow. It ie currently understood that thai they do not propose to allow anybody to work at cither the Heading or iodiridoal collieries, either at "dead" or other work, if they can stop it They believe, too, that they have the power to prevent it, and boaet the moral support of many others is at tbeir back, and that the labor agitators have approved their acta. They wilRo their utmost to block Keh ley Kuu and William Penn mines by what ever means tbey can. What will be done at Kehley Han to morrow hu not yet been determined, bat it is believed by uiany that tbe superintendent will not attempt to start up. Some of bis men have ex pressed themselves as ready to work if pro tected, but be ha* given no indication of his purposes. The William I'euu rniue will be worked, sud mi violence on the part of tbe strikeis will he permitted. Tbe coal and iron po lice are a picked body of men armed with Winchester titlet«, and they are determined to preserve order in Ibefature even if it in uecessary to use tbeir ride*. Tbe "Mill iugtcu peuitentiary," a small operation south of town, employing about lOli meu, has beeu shot dowo until it shall be deter mined whether the molt or tbe law is to rule here. »>r» Minor« Im Abject Puvtrtgr. Keadiko, l'A , February 5. Tb«- «hut ling down of so many lumiiw for waut of awl ha* caused misery io au unexpected quarter. There lieing no demand for ore many of th«iron ore mine* along the Kaat Pennsylvania have cloned dowu. The minora, wlio liav« large families, received but 75 to Mi rent* a day, and are, rouse qnentlv, even wbeu working, in almont abject poverty. About thirty of them, with their fnniihiw, have been compelled to «eek admittance to th« Berk* and Ia> high county poor honm* until work is re sumed. Kan A war •'» Koroiu. an Aetreaa. N«\v Vohk, February 5.—A wy pretty girl, IK yean« old, was arraigned at Jeft'er son Market 1'olice Court to day. It wan iaid she la the danghterof wealthy parent* in Chicago, and that »he ran «war to be come an actreHD. Hhe gave her name im I .au I it Denn in. She wan ar rented in oou Nftjuenceoi a dispatch sent here yealerda) She will he held until her father or some repri «enUtive come« here from Chicago. Klglitiug Kor Mai well'* Lite Sr. Lol l*, February ft.—Maxwell'« at tornevH havrdectded not toaak the l'oited Stat™ Supreme Court for a rehearing, deeming it uaelraa, and U> s au central« their ell or ta toward aecuring a commuta lion of nentence. Petition* to the Uov eruor in Mialf of the little chloroformer have been drawn up and are to be circu lated extensively. A Hick Parliamentary I'rUnuer. DriU.II», February 6.—Mr. Fox, M. P., ha* l*rn removed from his cell in limerick jail and nent to the Infirmary. Ile i* «aid to have lost his appetite. A fiolon Against Kranre. IajNLhjW, February 5.—The treaty be tween Italy and Utrmauy stipulât« tliat if France attacks either country the other ■•hall send an army oi :<iN),(NM) to the French frontier. THE Hl VK IUI Dit 1 RorilLK. Horn« I noortalnty m U» Whottirr Work Will It«sin Ta dar. 'l'he Amalgamated Aaaociation men at the Ki vereide nU*I plant bare formally in augurated a «trike againat the reauroption of woik ordered at th« K. of I., acala, which wa* aignt-d by theuomp*ny a abort lime ago, and the leault ia another «-olli hion between tbe two hi eat organization«. Hecrelary Martin, of tbe A malgarnalad Amociation, baa written tbe following nfaUiiueut for publication : Some of the officer« of tbn Knlgbta of I <abor are again courting a con flirt with tbe Amalgamated Aaaociation of Iron and Hteel Worker«. Tbia time it ia at (be Ri vereide «teel plant, Benwnod, W. Va., wbtrr the K. of L. bava prevented a arale looting in the aggregate over 96 lern per 100 ton« than I be Amalgamated Aaaocia tioo arale of pricaa, b—tdea ignoring threw or four joba which rightfully belong on tbe acala. Attached to th* m-ale ia a code of rulea, "23 in numhtr, that admil of a reduction for repair work, or over :u> p*r imL compared with other mill«. That ia where the A in« lg» mated A«aociatiou arale provide« lor a rata of 100 tooa for repair work, tbe Koightaof I/»bot ncale at Rivereide provide« f«r a rata of 70 ton« for repair work. Another nil« provide* tint payment will be made only f'H altel mar kt-tebl* after leaving tb**h«nr«. Tin« rule allow* the firm to iun in all tb« inferior material poaaible, and roolinne to expertmant at the eipaoee of tbe men. In abort, tbe rolaa admit of all a Arm oooUl d«aire except tbe diepoaiUow of tho work* ineu'« body a/trr death. I »der tbia acnln an effort ia to be mada to »tart th* plant to-morrow with Knigbta of labor, aoma of them having aigoad it far on* y «nr. More than half of tb* Knight« for whom tb* acal« ia MppuMd to be aigned, abaolntely refme to work under it, claiming that they wer* hoodwinkad into «nefa an arrangement laat year, hat will not he caught again. Aa thorough trade* unioniste, we call upon all Knight* of labor to ignore any «nil acot them to go to work at the Rivereid*. Dow't aitow yonrneivn* tobe a*ed to redac* wag«« below th* étendard. Wa do not know whether Mnater Workman Powdfly and Secretary Litcbman, or noy of th* Exe cutive Board, or any of the fair dealing diatnet officers are cognixant of the** facta. U not, here they are, and wo a«k »hem am and all to «aaaidar weil what ia about to ha dao* at fiitursii*. Wa aak you, m plh—, and aa «Auws *t n Jtood organixati—, not to nllow year order to b* wd hr redweing too wagea of old aatohliahad trnde« uniooo Th* Amalgaauted Aawiati— *f Ina H teal Worker« hn* aid«cd and ia »iding yoo to build sp your *rd*r. il J— <«y fed like leciproaUing, weaaky—, gwtl» men, to at I «at»* f , lookingtoth* ^2?* our Mttbtfit W# Mi J®® boldly againat it, and Labor to diegraaa hi-*ei/*rdrug th* *r4*x into diarenute. _ . fUXlAM MilTW, Sau« tel J. h* lHtle work JaanaaUl a llMlwntk effected r jmsmss«sää"* SrtSSâîiî?