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nanwannnaaan. - a
Tariff Bill in the Upper
FRICTION AT THE START.
Lumber Schedule is Vigor
Means of Aid For the Strik
Washington. July 20. The tariff
straggle was removed to tha senate
tiday. Several senators who had
bemn ebient from the city ware pres
ent, anticipating that every vote
might be needed.
Allison present 1 tha canfereaee
report cn the tnrlff bill. Morf aa in
terrupted and attempted to advenes
the interest rf tha Uaioa Paoiflo
resolution, whioh was to com up at
2 o'olock this afttrno-m aa oofioiihed
baviae. He declared it taora Im
portant to tare f 5 .O0O,OOO than to
jaM the tariff bili. Allison raid
there n no rfip iti in to praTant
reasoenble eoBM!emtion of tha re.
port, bnt that tho tnriff wa too im
portant to g-iv way to other ques
tions. IJarlrjr tho reading of
tho report, Juns, Vait and
Teller tnvnei I Lt-ir objsetiens.
Jones stated tbt tho (faaiocrats bad
no time to coo i-l-r it ia the house.
Te!lr nl Vest contended that the
JtimljiT seheJule ia the iatareit
f a fe mill msn iQ Mieaijaa, Mia
nenta ard YYitoorjsin.
It ia i'.Tv--!Ti -ially annonaced that
President Wi Kiolcy will not send in a
currency lac-ino till after tbe een
ate adopts ih conference report on
the tariff bill.
PlanMr J .! CnUh-attan.
Salt Lake, Utah. Jelr 59 The
pioneer jtU.Un rs'.r.liratioa begin
today, rontinu'ng the remainder of
the week. Vjriti s era pouring into
the city. h't'i in coratd along
the ptlrripil tlrrria Aa extensive
) r i rain is arranged for fear dayt,
rntcrtainmi'n'.. l'oriav openrd with
a aatioual Shinto at tuarise by the
aarrivrm af th Nauvoo legion. At
7 the pi no. s K..uibled In tha old
fort square. nr.d uiarohcd to Maia
and Sjuto Tcmplo streets, where a
rnonntucnt in hmr of Rrigkam
Yoan nd tl.e pit users wis unvsiled.
Of tho 'J.lM.td pin.-.cors who entered
tho Silt I.alci Valley in lt7 there
aresbemt Cid ai:rvivi,rs.
Itrtthrrrnl i t tirrra.n la CoMrtbatr.
Peoria. Ill , Jn'l; 2).ran.l Mat
ter Sargent, rf the lirothsrhjod of
Locomotive I Irsnisi, ha iiud a
rirc il.tr to a" l.idsr!s of tht ordar,
askistf Ikfm wi-.hont delay to call cn
their ruembrr to nn'.rib'at acrerl
irp t-i their remi t the aid of Ue
mln worke.s ii their strike.
l'ittabav, July 2) The miaera
are arraajtinr n oria of uieetlagt in
I'litiburp. iKerpirt and ether
p'linte la ihi (!is'.riei to enlitl public
i" iup-itby ia tho Mriko Movement.
TtiM iniia- a:fi to ' followed by a
fl' il appval f,r aid.
rrnthe-linci I mt Tl emia !.
Ciri ir.oiii. Julj 2). The Brother,
hm l c f l.oc n-.'tive K!rrrntn boo
a three daj.i in4rj hero today.
The ireMtjr will have a collateral
attondnir. . f wirdred bretberhoada
and rrdt rt f 'r.-.i'.way eng;iBeera. cob
Hnct)r. -::Tf ,,' aa(j trainmen.
Today t f c'all;. Tomor
row will t t. l to secret baal
res ra ct!r :.
J-.'.r 21. Senator
' that tie civil
bv tha ent
cinmlttre tti iU service refjriu
ill tIi?coo'.:uut' unt.l fall.
attftmpr Krpi.rtrrt l,o.
Montreal. Jaly 50. The atsaraer.
Haltitaore Cit- fr( ni Montreal to
Mancheptrr, i rcpr rud Nt ia the
straiti of iUl'e I
I lln' rr.M lrj' Oattnc.
Chicago. Jo'.y SO The I. Unci
Praee af Dcia'.i in nipt in ananal ies.
i in here ItIij. Td cnenters tiart
Vvyal cnafcr thv food r0r.
vhutewaM ud ioMrl g.
I I : "
oa a 10 daya' vacation at St. Clair
Springs, Mica., thia aveniog.
o the Baleaae f CompeUta Frleraeie.
Washington, July 20. Tha senate
paised a joint reaolntioa empower
ing the president to take steDS for
tke release of Ona Melton and other
Competitor prisoners held by Spain.
Jaa Isgalow Dead.
London, July 20 Miia Jean In-
gelow, tha distinguished poetess and
noveusi. is aeaa, aged 77.
Praaltfaat 81 au Ska Dnetaaey Bill.
Washington. Julv 20 Tha nrnal.
dent bat signed the deficiency bill.
GOLD IN BaiflaH COLUMBIA.
One Man Who Say the Prospect t lew
llof Than Rrpartad.
New Tork. July 20. The World 5ays:
Dttnte! Gufrjcnhelm, of the nrra or M.
Gugarenhflm & Sons, who has large
BUttltinK Intprmts, when een at hi3
Idtng Mranch cottaff?. confirmed the
rc ported diieoveries In the; Yukon coun
try and prophesied that th? new Oelds
Would yield far in excess of even pres
nt roncate inditationa. But there are
well-lnfonr, J men who Ionic upon the
raporfcvl discoveries a3 cxaserated.
One of these Is F. Hol.art, associate
elitor of the Kr.jflneerlng ard Mining
Journal. "Yes. I haveread thoje-atorie?,"
he said. "but. to he frank. I do not cred
it them. Our information, which Is de
tailed and positive, makes it .Impossible
far m tuaeccpt the roseate announce
ment that the Yukon runs over a bed
jf virgin gold.
"As a matter of fact some persons
have struck fairly rich placers in the
Yukon district. But the large majori
ty of pold' setkers in that barren coun
try have ben stranded. There is only
a placer yield on record for this section.
No quartz has been discovered not a
fragment. Of course, the placers fed
with gold presumably washed out and
vyorn outMurin anes from the moun
tains indicate the existent of rich
quartz deposits. Now corses this story
that the wiitera of the Kl.indyke coun
try run with mir,a!ed water and gold
dust. I cannot creMit it. We have
heard direct from the Klondylte mined
and know that some of them have been
fairly suacessful, hut I cannot aay psi
tively who are behind these boom
i-twies. About two years ano hundreds
of miners, drawn to trw Yukun by false
reports of its fabulous wealth, were
qniHtly brought home free of charge
by the transportation companies."
t'nlted States Consul General John
K. CJowJy, who has Iwvn seriously ill
at.ParU. is bow improving.
Tha senate has eonfiniied. Frede rick E.
Ccyne as collet tor of internal revenue
for the Fir:)t district cf Ii!;noi?.
Mrs. Mary K. Lease has arrt unced
that she win 1 a candidate ft r the P. p
ullft nmination for Kov'rncr of Kansas
Grnsshi tpers are rejicrted doirfr lars
.amnse to cats thiouuh northern Wfs-co.-in.
C'roiis of some farmer. hav? b en
destroyed cad ethers report larjce dam
ae. The body of on unknown men was
fuund in the woods near Whitney, a
small stition in northern Michigan. 1 1
Is believed that he was a victim of foul
Oliiiuiry: At Omaha. Dsn Farrell. Jr
At Janiiville. Wis.. Mrs. Alexander t
i;ts?i-iuiv. M. At I'l-ldwater. M'.rh.. Cap
tain C. J. Dart. At Ha-tir.K?. Min..
ex-Vayor J. C. Mi-li y. 2.
Harry Cnunins. 21 years old. and Jo
seph Hchultz. 17 years old, were
d runnel in the Calumet river, near
XlnMy-flfth street, Chlcafii. Schultz
was nn eviiert svimmr.
W. 1). Lewis, manager of the Western
Cnion Tlegrajh company's cfTice at
t'.re.n I Say, Wis., fell nverlioard from a
yacht In whicb he wPs sailing with
friunda and was browned.
Litua rr.t (Joverrw Noithrott, of Pli
Pii. is of.r.p.nd to his home by illness.
Ills contlitlhTi U r...t ser;i.u". but he ha j
leea compelled to cancel all er.gase
ments fc r the present.
Australian" Howard, a 13-year-old
colored newsboy. was ehot ar.d
k!Hod at the Xrwboyx" home at
Chicago by Danr.y Harry. The cas
spama one of wanton mwJcr.
At antral avnn and Twenty-sixth '
street, Chicago, an electric car of the
Oslrti road was overturned. More than i
one hundred pasenecrs were on board,
and ihrje of them were hart.
Daring V)-.rn :r v icnnmn 1 ntin.
Green Hay. Wis.. July 20. Two dar
ing highway robberies were committed
here at 11 o'clock at nisht. Peter Kas
ter. bnkkeper for the grocery firm of
l?uerge:ier & liur. was knocked sense
less on Jefferson street and relieved of
his ttat-'h and So. A few momenta
later P. W. Kailes. head tiler for the
Ptnmond Match company, was knocked
senseless and robbed of his watch and
about to near the Green Hay and West
ern dept. Two short men and a tall
man did the ded In each case.
Never Shonlil Mave Itern Nnt There.
Frankfort. Ky., July 20. Governor
Rtadley last night pardoned George
Uinning. a segro sentenced to seven
years In the ynltentinry frona Simpson
tuunty for killing Jodie Conn, the leader
of a whltecap mob who attacked Dln
nlng's house at night. Governor Brad
ley in issuing the pardon says Dinning
should have been commended for de
fending his home instead ef being- pun
ished as a felon.
Wild HnWn Way af Wooing.
reeatur. Wis.. July 20. Moses Spore,
on eccentric young countryman, cre
ated a whirlwind of excitement at a
dance nsrtheast of Decatur by drawing
two revolvers and forcibly taking a
young lady from her escort. Spore suc
cessfully stood off the crowd and took
the girl home. He had been keeping
company mith her, hut a rival had
beaten his time for that evening.
After serioua illness Hood's Sarsa
pariila has wonderful building np
power. It polities the blood and re
stores perfect health.
DEBS IS AT WORK.
Doing Busineasfor the Mine Strike
in West Virginia.
EVERYBODY IS OUT TO HEAR HIM.
Report. However, That Bis Influence Is
Evanescent and That the Men lie Talks
Into Striking Will Return to Work Rlgfat
Away Rumor That the Railway Hands
Are to Actively Help March oa Cm
nonsburg-In Other States
Cincinnati. July 20. The Commercial
Tribune sptaval from Wheeling, W. Va.,
Says: Yesterday was Dtbs day at
Fairmont, and It was the biggest day
la the history of the town. People came
from all the country around and
Jammed the court hons square and
the streets for blocks; but that they
came out of curiosity-and not from sym
pathy with the strike Is shown by the
fact that the Pritchard miner3, who
have been out, after hearing the speech
met and voted to return to wor'.c today.
last night Debs gave it as his opinion
that the region would be closed by
Thursday, hut the operators say the
men now striking will be back at work
by that time unless agitators get out
the men at work today. Debs was
very cool and moderate in his talk, and
offended no one. In the morning he
spoke at Monongah and the men came
out in spite of an offer of another 10
cents advance in wages. The strikers
are hopeful that this will lead to other
Orgauixer Sometrliat Discouraged.
Aside froai Mrnongah there have been
no additions to the strikers" ranks. In
the Kanawha valley three more mines
were closed aud three of those closed
resumed, making the situation about
the same as on Saturday. The organ
izers are stinl hard at work, but some
what discouraged. On the Norf. Ik and
Western the strike got a big setback.
All the men at Kikhorn and Thicker
went back to work, and Pocahontas and
Flat Top miners voted to stay ot work.
There were only about 8)0 of the 4.000
men who truck Saturday idle yester
day, and this number is likely to dimin
ish. The organizers are disgusted, and
unloss they get more help so men can
be stationed at all plants to keep up
the fight night and day they will aban
don the region.
Operators Claim a TOg Gain.
On the Ohio side evervthinir fs nnlnt
The reports that spikes had bt-en driven
inio switches on the Wheeling and Lake
Krie ta derail coal trains at DUlonvalc
is untrue. Xo one on that rond H.i
heard of It. Debs will speak .today at
pmr.is in the Fairmont region. On
Thursday he wil go into the Kanawha
vallev whore it is urnmlmH
ctimI Itatchford will join him. At Clarks
burg all the mines are running. Speak
ing for the whole state, the operators
have mnde a gain of 3,000 men yester-
iiay and in rairinont where Debs did
his best work their not loss is only
about 325 men.
Mrhketo Kxlond to the Railtrays.
Pittsburg, July 20. Some new features
will likely be introduced intn th tt.,,
gle vvlthin the next two days, but the
leaders are maintaining the greatest se
crecy regarding their movements. It is
believed they contemplate calling upon
tha railway organization for assistance.
Secretary Warner gave out the Ir.forma
tion yesterday that a meeting of railway
employes wa held here Sunday and the
situation f the miners- strike thorough
ly discussed. Resolutions were adopted
pledging support to the strikers, and
each member was a?sssrd $2 for the
strike fund. Warner refused o divuJge
the name of the railroad employing the
men. staling that .it might lead to an
investigation and the dischpro-e r.r h
men. Cameron Miller and Sirroiorr tc
M. Warner visited Turtle Cretk Sunday
to have a talk with the miners employed
by the New Yerk ar.d Cleveland Gas
Coal company. They were served with
an Injunction restraining them from in
terfering with the miners.
tianm to Investigate Destitution.
Ir.dianapclis. July 20. The special
commission cf inquiry appointed by the
governrr to investigate the condition rf
the Ftrikingminers left for the ceal fields
yesterday. A special from Clintcn. Ir.d.,
says: The miners are less ccrident from
the rait that during the last thirty-six
hours 30 cars cf cral have parsed,
through here cn route to Chicago.
KAM OX C.NXOXlU Ri MKS'ES.
Operators Close Down to Let the Striken
Hava Their Say.
Cannonsburg. Pa.. July 20. About 500
striking miners from Cecil. Bishop.
Reissing and Bridgcville, in the Miller's
Hun district, passed through town yes
terday morning, headed by a briis hand
and drum corps. A halt was made at
the minesof the Cannonshurg Coal com
pany, where they were met by armed
deputks and ordered to keep of the
company's rroperty. They halted in a
vacant lot near-by. and sent commit
tees over to the mines to gather the
miners. The miners did not appear to
be in sympathy with the striN?rs. and
but a very small number were induced
to listen to the speeches made by a
number of the visiting strikers. The
mires of this company closed down yes
terday to await the decision of the min
ers. There are a few who ar ineiinej
to strike, but there is no prospect of
a general strike here, as the miners are
now being paid 6 cents and have noth
ing to strike fur, unless out of sympathy
or through fear of vMence' at the
hands of strikers from ofher mines.
The operators here say they will run
tneir mines as soon as the men are will
ing to ga back to work, but will not
interfere with their men meeting witU
the strikers. After holding a meeting
here the strikers moved up the valley
to the mines of Cook & Sons, where they
were ordered to keep off the company's
property. The mines there had also
closed down to let the men meet the
strikers and decide whether or not to
strike. The mine operators are paying
s cents and say their men have no
reason for striking, except out of fear
of violence in case they continue to
work. The comDanr will resume as
aoon a3 the men are ready ta go in
The striking miners are camped abcut
the Cook mines.
The striking miners .dispersed yester
day afternoon, having obtained their ob
ject wuhout trouble. Immediately npon
receipt of the news cf the prepesed raid
the mine owners at these pits ordered a
suspension ur.iil the excitement should
Cis out. Yesterday aftcrr.ccn the stalk
ers held a uveetirg at which speeches
were made to tbe effect that if the men
cl.d ret remain out the strikers would re
turn I.C00 strccg. and instead cf trirglry?
musical instruments they would bring
guas. A committee was appointed to
guard the mines and report in case the
men returned to work.
TROCBLE AHEAD AT BLOOMIXGTOV,
I'oiou Strikers Threaten to I'm ForecJ to
Bloomingtcn. 111?.. July 20. TrcuU?
terrcs Imminent in crr.eetlen with min
ing affairs at Ciocmingtcn. After two
meetlBgs cf miners, beth of which voted
to strike, a meeting of excuirively union
mine-workers was called in the after
noon. After two hours' sesrlon bfhir.d
barred' doers it voted ur.airlmouf ly tc
strike. Rf SCO Woe.mir.gtcr. mire-workers
half ere union men. cl w hom V
ware presort at the meeting. Latt night
Ihe rcr.-ur.iori mtr. said they would c. r.
tinue to work.
Ths union men declare that If any men
gc to work they will have HO miners
here from other towns and forco them
to quit. Operatars say they will protect
all who derire to continue; they Co ml
lsrcre.se to have union men cr r.r.yhody
els? run their business. It is believed
that i reparations are alrtr.dy made to
rroteit the men in case an attempt Is
nuuli to drive the non-union men out.
Something That Was Ilxt e' t -tl.
S'asrill.m. O., July 20. Early yester
day morning three attempts were made
to wreck trains in the Wheel is g and
I.aKe Kris road near the loillonvale
minoF.' In one inMarce obstructions had
be-on placed on the track stid in the
other switch frogs had hem spiked.
Track walkers discovered the obstruc
tions in time to prevent wrec ks. Sue h
trouble as th's was miticipated as soon
us the move.i.er.t of West Virginia coal
was begun. T-hc deputy I'r.ltvd States
mar.slials wh" nre guarding the track
spy they have clues to ths perpetrators
of the outrages.
In Tear nf a Coal Famine.
St. Louis, July 20. Acting on tbe ad
vice of coal companies which distribute
the product of mins in the Illinois dis
trict tributary to St. Louis, nearly all
the brick-making companies m ait. Louis
and vicinity have practicaljy sunnc-nded
operation on acco ;pt i f the l;.ok erf fuc'i.
Kilns now burning win be finished an 1
with otic or two exceptions nose of the
local companies will fire aew k;lns un
til the strike is over. The prospect of a
postii.le coal famine in St. Louis is
alarming operators in otiiar liaesof bus
iness. Inlln Itnll l'rmn. (Versn.
London. July 2. The Daiiy Tele
graph's Vtonna en-respondent " learus
from a trustworthy source that the
British government has demandrd the
immediate coercion of Turkey. Ruwia,
on the ether hand, has dec Is red that
tho moment for coercion has not ar
rived, and that the situation must not
Ifo Woman's totter Published
Except by Request. .
Mrs. Pinkhara's Tender Relations With
tho Suffering of Her Sex Women
Wbo Cannot Hide Their
There is a class of women who, from
their own experience, sympathize with
their eufTerincr sisters, and ia order
that such suffering-
may be lessened,
tly put aside fa
ns to pub
facts in her
wise it would
nest be done,
all such evidence
is treated in sacred confidence, unless
publication is requested by the writer.
She says to Mrs. PhsUbam : " I
wish yon would publish he circum
stances of my ease, in order that other
women may be benefited by my expe
rience. ' I doctored nearly n-U the time for
two years. I spent several hundred
dollars without rexfivinjr much benefit.
Last June I w-rotc t you and described
aH my aches and pains. Such a Ions?
list as tfaure was: headache, beck
ache, bearing-clown, pains, terrible
soreness, constipation, dizziness, feeling-
of extreme laseituda, lrregniarity
and nausea ; but yon answered my
letter and told mc just what to do. I
followed your axVvicc.
" After taking- ciht botllca of the
Vegetable CoroBound and three bot
tles of Blood Purifier, I am jr lad to
write you thjit I have not enjoyed such
good health for years, and I am able
to do all my own work. I can surely
sound the praises of Lydia 11 PinU
ham's Vegetable- (ompniil, and a
number of my friends are taking-. 5t
upon my recommenehition." Ufia. W.
IV Elliott, Licomb, Iowa.
k9A v Vi
Jlre Qreat Clearing ales.
It is our intention to sell every dollar's worth of this season's goods and do
it quickly with bona fide prices that no other houees in the three cities
would dare to offer. Our reputation for carrying the highest class of mer
chandise is established. Ve are going to sacrifice every department and
cut the life out of everything. We quote a few of the prices to gire you
Men's and Boys1 Snits that arw worth
8. f 9. $10 and even np to 111, we
are froing te sell at 14. Don't miss
it. fa for an all wool suit, well
trimmed, well made and good fit.
ters. Come early. They won't last
long at thst price
Men's and Bjts' Summer Saits. frocks
and sacks, round and square cats.
worth $1C 50. 15. 11160. all
fiaeot, in fact
turn" of ,
high art C'oVhtrjr in
All go for the small
Ts bicjole riders, all of oar $10. 9.
and IS snitt take yonr eboiee of
any Bike Suit in tbe hoase for 15.
You'll have to sjoroh or voa'll lcse
a snsp ,
We are go'n; to close the btlanee of
oar Children's Spring aad Summer
Sails, ajes 4 te 14, worth CO. 15 and
ft, all go at the same price
Everything must go.
Co ilm cs la .11 tt'
cre!r.es. S;.th -r:
mrdt ut "a'ue. w-re
rrvfr before known
In the Furniture ard
V a' ues In
Odd pices, Couches,
etc.. that astonfsh all
who see them. The
pi Ices are Fcorclud
more than the goods.
& Carpal Co.,
Tl 7-21 7 J W. Feoond St .
We'll Have the Greatest of
uf to f !,
Toar choice of aay Wethers'
Percsle Shirt Waist, worth
7 a, for 17a
Bays' Pants, worth 0c,
Hen's Underwear, worth tie,
Boys' Straw Hats, worth SO.
We must have the room.
AT TIIC CLt.
up Upon a Time
1 V t - . w m
have the Steam noted.
Rather then tale this statement witri the prevorbial rain of
salt, c!on your most critical mood, call at the store e-f ur city agents
and ak to see the new Yellow Fellowi.
E. C STEARTS ft CO..
ft v Aci'sr, N. Y., B rri. . Y.,
Tobomto, Okt. San FftAnseo. Cau
C. A. SPESCEK. Agent. Rock Islaad.
jnnn m. rkuitxrt.
?ARH)OH d COW
P-viiatfers and Decorator,
Shop 4tu ScTmtrvrth atrrt t
Bloe Wash Sait. werth
bow f 1, sites S to 9
Tbe bslsnee of our Ilea's Worsted aad
Catl mere Pants, worth ap to 14.
for ti 25. These psets are an ex
TtienF was a wicktd plumber who
w sad to elavrre dreUful pr'ers for b!s
work. He wss the only one that knew
anything about the busioets, and
pfpe wrrs fjretd ts pay bis oatra
(emm ehar. After he bad stopped
p'nnibkig oa sail, the eomie piptrs
avaag-d Ihemselrra, at.d taay we
hoTjest mm have to mffar for his sus.
riease k4 as make things tkylit and
show yon how reasnnsbly we eaa do
work. Auk ns to snake ya rtrloes n
ramps, IIor, Sst inklers, ele.
We have '..-cn lu:lJirg bicy
years; v.e be!:cvc our product, tno
Steams, represents just what is desired
by tbe riding puUic.
Made thnw h out with extreme care,
without an excets eunce anywhere,
with balls as fine as machinery can
male, bcarias as true as can b turned
from steel thcee ar the secrets of the
proverbial easy-rttnniiijf qualities which
pe"t a. rsatrxMs