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iiif Itig ( "ill Mirike mill Cnni, mr a nfrrri-r 1 1 ft it Pltlhn i g !'., Ami; 2: The final pf. fort In strain, it ilnti fur priding the iiif ciml rtrikr i proved a failure im "ho ttihe nn At now. the on fercnece between a lommlttee of coat operator hiiiI miner national and di- rlrt oftli iil rionfii and the conferem e adlmirnrd without dale The miner. rpremnithc did not re win from 'heir oris Inn I iroNIUoii to etin the trlkc h arbitration mid mart the mine at i hr tilt-cent rat. I h opraiiru offered to divide the difterenie Iteiween 61 and OT-cent rales ml maklna- ihr price at whloti the "IllMfH 'i 'lilt -.l-ir' i'l .T t J pi' , i a hi i w.i r-J tj. Al ittonal prop. oKitiona i- made. One wu to start i im mine without filing any price for thirty day and then to pay th rate agreed upon by the board of arlil. i at l.m. IIiIh wim alfHi refused by the ninrr and they said they had been fooled loo often to truat the operator main. I'hc declined to work fr a ttionih, Kiting the operator thp output 'hi lena'ti of time without knowing Hi.ii - would bo oald. proportion wna than made to op. title the mitiPH for tan dayn without mitig the irl. and allow Imard of ar bitration to tlx the price for that time. President Itatchford Itmlateil that nothing but Hie ID-cent rate rould Im Hhlhl' iii i i-pled. The operator wera Arm, Imt the miner w in i-iually determined and iry argument of tha mine owners wh met by the miners' lender Neither .ibi would concede another IK) I nt and It wim decided to end the eon. fiTfiK-p. I'l-cMldent Itatrhford liad but Utile Iii nay on the matter, but gave hi' the follow Iiik MtntPtniMil : We have dhuiRreed. Our ptopol ''i,n nnmltii'l mi' limned, llesldei out iMniHltlon to arbitrate, we mude iliem i ontl one aloiiK the linen of brlnn iiik about ti Ki'iii rat conference of the oiitii in iind opiralori of all mining .late 'I he refused to lend their el"- t .riM in tiini iilrertlon and the Htrlke mI in. c.itit limed. Wo ltavo no other plan for tjie fuiurn." immediately after the close of the i'-i iiIiik '"inference, J. H. Herb t ailed i re. i una for - p. in. to dim tn the alt . i'ii. ii and outline ii plan for ruttiru a - lull in the tone of tha rmnrk of nil' ot h opi rnttira they favor the l inn decided upon nt the Cleveland nr. i. iHf to imikn n llnht and atari im tnlnea with i he old man if they can '" Induced to dig at CI cents, or lo llu pint men to tul,.. their place. I hero are other who any they will not aid In arrylng out tlu, plan uud fiuiir a complete Miirrouder. I he oiiilook after the adjournment f llle Minf' re-tie seemed to be ell '-our- ifiiDK for Hie miner. There Ik no ipics 3" lo the anxiety of (he uperniora to 't.irl their tnln. i. Nearly excry coal omp.iny In Hie I'liiHburK dlHtrlrt wn. rr in i : fiu .1 al the Monongahida liotun Im Iiik the onfetciun. ilie oper.it or ' ennferenere wit In e- i t Hcafriini for m.veral hour and wht It the d.i.ith ei. open d the pre I'b tii Miiti'iHin I'd that the iiiIiiihi were main In nnled wlih Din old iIIk ki fx If po idle ami with Imported men t Mo old I' fu 'i lo work. A unimllti ! van appointed routimaetl if n preai nt.iitvi h of every firm In the ii niit. to map out the iimUe nt pro i dure fot the ichiimpiioi). Ttila im r.dt. e win matt la-day far the atati iil 1'iiKe. f'lOHT WITH NtOHOtti On Willie .111111 Win Itllletl lllnl Tr lllirr WHiiiiilnl l ine muff, Arfc.. Auk. Mr. T. T. lolnihon, who wai brutal I y rut last at urday iiIrIiI nt n negro ilaaee at Kendall. kh bioualu to tit lu niy Htm. lay utornliifj and placet! In the elty Inlli mnry fot treatment. lSxiltement In and about iiderann l nt fever heat Mid more tumble In nxpt ld the tr ua htartel a muro I ui lit. ii Im iiilall OU Baiuntax after- ) V IHItubi I nf llenrn l.ll ill. r em. humI iii ill. Kendall mill w r abent i., .in ih. ii iirk without rmlHNloli. . '.1111111 - tin plitile untl Mr T. 1'. t..llilon ill 'ililo)e of tllllll III. wua nt to 'In. n eiiidH to a.i-ertaln why III. nt n . urn' iilihPDt. While titer ih iicKi - iniaiiie unruly and when li.liliMitt ill einployn of the mill, iu f Hu tu i' "le a murder m alt.u k Up- .11 him Kb IstllleH J .it.r .a the da) Tom ll'imlb y, an in i ' i'. 1 1 in ihant't I to u the .null im I In Win alo uti.'uked with 1 iihci Iii pile the beat alti-iillon be In "I Mm: ' i lii.'illlliR at ! o'l lock Ilia n.inalna mi.' -niit to hli home for lu I'linent lie w.ih a vrrv ptomlalnK Xi.iiiiK ti. .n 1 Kin llanilii). who waa ti .o i null. iut iu brotiKht to the In lirtnury .if tin- nam tlqn ami Ih faat mtnili..' the ailaudliirr liyh latta ji he ill ii ner. MurkriiHff IVtipai K.ui !' Mo . Au. fAwwens . i iich mt lentral and weatem Km . are i ii k every meant noaelble t K. i Mid Min.ii on the market nt lrea j i . i'm Tema block the M..tn ii .1 ti.wtiH and the rallb. i, i . c i arc rowded to their tit le., r . apariiy. i in tallroad yard la many of the i 1 1 i iuwna are blocked with loaded tilt h ran not be moved ship , . were never before au large. t'nrt Mmulp t'itnrril liondon. Aug. M.- -An onielal dbii p.it h ye.iprdfty from Wmla HNiMwiiei that fort Maude, In the Khyber parte, ha-i iM-ett lapltiretl by the Afrldln, after-d-peratn light ln. The anrrlson. whlrli waa compo"ii of native levies, known an the Khyber rldaa, retired with tha loaa of three man. The Afrldlo after aarda niumed The fate of Port All MuMjId wlih h wna almttltaneoualy al inked by the Afrldla, la not known. i ::HNh oillrarM nommatiillnK t tarud m veil a battery of artillery en co.ied ly the fourth dmROoiw Moiu'ar, to the mouth of the paaa and anelled (he enemy at a rat lira of 3JW yard. The frldlti rellretl, Imt the lottery re turned to Jamil, tha o Hirer In eom- ii. a. I dxmit.K it Inadrlaable to enlr III" IMfW fen. Mien haa baguii a eonrertetl movement axalitet tin IiwnrRettl tribe, men It la reported that a la rue number of Afrldla led by fanatical prleata at tacked the Hepoy near Kort AllRliiaJetl alxiut noon Monday, inaeaacreltiK XflO, apturlna their rllle and then proceed ing in a larae forre to make an attack upon the Ilrltlah garrlatMi on the Iow raat. Khyber paaa la awarmlnK wMh Afrl dla and It la feared the fall of Kort Xaiide haa ureal ly encouraged tha re belliotm element. I later detail of the rapture of Kttrt ! Maude by the limttrnent trlbeatttan jxhoa the Knrrlaon of that place retired I at 10 30 Monday nnd that thn fort waa burned half nn hour later. The Karri j aon reached Col. WeettiiMfott' rellof column comlnic from Koliia at 11:30 i P rn j At the name time Port Maude was nhnndoned the Khylter rlllea aarrlaon 1 Ina Kort .IcwBiiBarn were compeiltNl to abandon that plare. Tlie area of artlvo flrchtlnir le In- C'ei.ln) I he AfrldlM attacked with aTMl de termination the fort I (led poet al Suilita, but were not aucreai.ful In capturliif It. I'arnehliiar waa attneketl. The reault of the aiijick and of the llifhtlna at Port All MtiMjed are not known. There arc i wo Knallah ladle with the jrarrl aon at Parochlnar. The Ilrltlah mltltory niilhorltlea have nt.w mobiiixed ai'.oun men for frontier opt'tailon whlrh, wlih the fruutler latiNoiiH. make 42mk men available for tine uRitiiiat the Itimimenla. THE PRICSIDENT IHAK. lie Aililrrtit-t a I'ruud lit III" llnpit at Srnrtne. N. V, t'tica. K. V.. AttK- le.Tllti iioelal train earrylitK I'realtlent McKlnley and pitriy arrived here on lime anil atopneil lo take on flen. Terrey of Gov. lllark'H ataff, Tim trip from lke Clmmplaltt to Albniiy under tho cliarge of tha Del aware and lludaon olllrlala wna tin eventful. At Troy it oar with tlov. Illack nnd hla jiarty waa atturhetl to the train. Dr. Depew' car, whlrh whn iHPiipled by the prealtlentlol jiarty, wan lieautlfully adorttwl wl'lt rut llovxer llreaklMat waa eervl aa the train paaaed I.lttle lull and later (lor. Illack and lYealilent McKlnley had n chat. At Syracuee about 1QO0 people wero gatheretl at the i1wt. In reatwnae to a demand for a ajieecli the realdant anid: "My fellow-cltlzena: 1 am extremely jileaeed to vlalt your rlty untl appre ciate yonr Mjiiemua welcome. Tlile la u year whan In a vary marked denrea IMtrlntlwii l being oxnlletl a ml iwtrl obi nro lieiiiK honorad. In the month of April In Uin city of New York the lieoiilH of the groat meiropotlN dedi cated n inngiillleent mnuaoletim to Hint Mreatent of nil great wolillem of tho civil wnr. en. It. H. (Imnt. In Miiy follflwliiK In tue city of I'hllmlelpliln tliern wa unveiled a aplettdlil etuea trian itaute to that great nnd bold aol dlcr of the revolution, don. (1eorH.ii WtubltiKton, and only n few dnya hwi In that great Inland melrfipolla, In tho ataie of llllnole. there waa iinrellwl a miifnilflt imt monument Ui that groat Miller, the hero of two warn, icn. John A. Iogan. Tola week tha Km plre Htute of New York la laying at th ft of the largest patriotic organl Hit ion in the world lu tribute o a frac tion for the aplondid itervlcua rendered In the civil war by tin. (Iraiid Amy of the iK-puidii . We nn not exalt na tri'HiNm too high; we run not encotir a., too much love of country, for, my fellow -clt ttona. aa long a pal riot lam elicit m the heart of the American people o long will our match lea I Hell -tin ion be MM-ure anil pemaaeat. I i hunk you for your moot cordial gie.-tiujit ami bid you gooil morning." There wok great amlauae at the emi elusion of ibe apeach and at Interval dm Iiik It Hw ntary of War Alger and 0v. Black HMike briefly. Tb Olfrprrnne, "Oeorae daacHkea tha girl be la an gaged to at a perfect vlaton." "Yea. Aid hla alatar aay he la a alxht."- iMlutnnnalla Jon ma 1. PelleeniiHi uhiI lilflkera I'lghl llndgeeth, Aug. U.-A great etHke ll Um iMildllig trade began here ye. iday. More than M,tao men art In. volved. 1 The strikers In the endeavor to pre vent other from worklug ame repeat edly into i untlli i with the police and ds!Tnte pitch d battlen eaoued in aev eral of the principles Htrect of the city Two hundred peraon have Ih-ch Injured, mine iUiiiferolli.lv 'I be in. lice haxe utt. td 100 of the rltiK Icmi-crs. ! PAUftli AT ST. PEmnSUURCi Tb 1'rMldrMl of I'rttHen lleeetveil Willi Ureal llHilimhi.nl. fit. l'eUraburg, Aug. 2l.rrom enrly yeetertlny morning iht-ro have been acenee of grat anlmailnn here and teady flow of people toward the ijuaya, where they embarked on profiiaoly decorated ateanier lo meal I'realitenl Kiture nt CronHta-lt. After n rainy night aplendld weather prevailed. The final preparation nt I'eterliot were completed yeaterday tnomlNK The niBKiilllrrtit park between tho Kt. nee anil the en waa giorutiaty deoor itletl with the flag of ntteeia ami Krence. The latter were to be aeeii everywhere. preeentlitK n lino plctttre from the aea, with the cascade falling lu front of Ibc imlaee, comlilnetl with the beautiful marble terrace and or nam sittetl gilt tatue. The etreeU ot I'eterliof were iruwded from enrly mornliiB nml were gay with court erjiiliMRM, whlrh were conetnntly ilMhltiR through them with rtchly-itt-llred iienonaKea who were on their way to the landing Uge, which wna Korgeoualy decorated for Die ocenalnii. Contrary to Utiaainti ciiatom, the peo plo were allowed to enter the park nnd to line the routo followed by President I'auie nnd the other high ironai;ee. The ecene waa rendered more mil inutetl by the fact that nmoiiK the crowd were rountlce men nnd worn en wearing trl-colorod cockntlea untl tliotmumls of children wnrlng little l'reiii'h and Htiealnn Hag. At 9 o'clock In the morning u aemn plioru mceeage sniiotiiiced tho I'renoh eiiiHi)roit waa thirteen mltea dlataut, ntitl n coesack wae linmedlntely dlii imtched at a gallop to convey tho nowa to the ctar at tho Polerhot trainee. An oUier ami almllar dlMtch aoon fol lowed nt Cronatadt, and then the caar emergetl from the palace, entered a carriage drawn by two gray horaea, and drove to the landing alage. Hie majesty wore tho uniform ot a cap tain lu the Russian navy with the rib Imu ot the Ieglon of Honor on Ills breast. Grouped nt the landing stage were the high court dignitaries nml tho llusslan minister of foreign affaire, Count Murnrleff ; the French nmhaewi dor to Itusfltn, Count I-'.nno tie Monte hello, den. lloledoffre, chief of the Krenrh geuernl staff, who Is to replace the Count Latmob de Montebello at St. Petersburg; nml Uaron von Morau hallm, the Itusslan Hmhaasntlor lo l'rnnco. The cxar conversed In French with the vnrlotis persoungee for ii few mlniiles, nnd then the Imperlnl parly ottiharkod on hoard the Alexnndrln. Orauil Duke Alexis, the high mlmlntl of itusalii nnd uncle of the cxar, on Umrit the Iltastroln, pmceedetl nhead. Tho unind duke went nloiigalilo the I'othiui, on hottnl ot which wim tho Kronch president, nnd welcomed tho latter to HuksIh in the name ot the osnr. A large fleet ot ploasuro atenmertt liutl by this time assembled lu the roads, ami the most Intense cuthii Miasm was manifested when (Iraml 7)uko Alexis nnd President Knure left tho Pothaii nnd proceetletl to the Ale.x Atidrin. The csar awnlteil the preat dent nt the top ot the Alexandria's KMtigwny, and the moment M. Knur set foot on thn deck ot the liniHtrlat yacht the warm embraces were ex changed between the ctar nml the pre sident which were the signal for n storm of cheering, waving ot hnndker ohlafM and other marks of iKipular nnd onthiistustlo delight. The anllora manned the Hhlp nt the snme Umo nml nine tho regular cheer for the csar ana tils Kuest. UURVKYINQ PAHTY. t'hryaralt) .xUkn liiellculliin of llulil llniiuti m nf .lluakit, Washington, Aug. SI. Marly next spring a iwrty will he sent out from the geodetic survey to make another Invoetlgntlou of gold resources In Alas- I ka. An HppruiriHtlou ot Iso.OOO wus i nskeil from congress last year, but the ' amount was cut down to $o,06u. This ! was not available In time to eml n party last winter, but it will be used In dispatching probably three survey experts, headed by I'rof. apurr, al ready a recognised authority on Aim kn, and an effort will be made to have coogroas raise the approprlaUofl tn about tho same atketl for last year. It this should be granted more than one party will go. WhalMal llrwm llraulir. Texarkans. Ark., Aug. 31. -The wholesale grocer of Arkausas, north I,ouWlana nnd the Indian Territory, who convened here on Friday for tha purpose of organising permanently for the Interest of their trade In those sections, uerfetted a permanent organ iMtiou, the otficers of which are: Pros blent, It. C. Wood of Van lluren, Ark.; seertttary and treasurer, V. C. Davta ot ! rort tmltk. Ark. Important bualneM was dlcetiased touching their t natters as well aa railroads and manufacture. Ilaptl l.yneblMs. MayielU. Xy , Aug. 31. Will Tutt, a eotofed man. shot and Instantly killed his wife and wounded hi liet In law, aa a result of a qaarrel ,,M,U, K posed xImIi. When the brutal affair gained tlti nlatton thouaudis of peo ple turned out and a po? t.r 6 etartrd In March of and tap e ,., him. lie wan i :urlid to jail hc tl i i.irdod, and lockid up. Kor awl tl. i , .., .;tr(H) there would be a Ivin hn.t. I ' alt btforu of i be ottcem Uht llrrllmnff Olitcp lit,, AttK. 31.- BpoculBtlv mnrketi. tn Uie board ot trntlo y eater. day succumbed to (he prent-Uklng aalea and regMteretl the flret iledlnei of moment lu n fortnight. LtmtttlHUon wHloh bogau on Itatunlnj-, continued on an enormous hohIb at the opening During the flret flfleeu mlutttos of the Mission lliiKimtlomi wera the most vio lent In many yettm, corerlng a they dlil n range ot 8 cent. The bears, w-ho have been standing aloof for some time, took f.Bsli courage and pounded tho market on every bulge, only let ting up after esUMillelilng a net tie cilno of 3Uc for the day In September whoAt, Ve In 8eptemher corn nnd c In Keptamher oatn. Sales ot Kept em bar wheat were made on tlie curb yester day morning nt the highest figure yet reached l.0tyi. The regular aeaelon oifliil with n wild dealt tn sell with traden nvado on n range of Se, Reptem Iter RolntT nt from 97c to ft. Kvery ono In the pit seemed to liavo one ond in view Mini that wan lo tot go. fleptem her on mo to a ruah to 91c, December touching OIic. A few buying orders wore then dhttrlbutetl where they would do the moid good, nnd whet lookctl mom llko a imnlc wm turned Into n rush lo cover. Roptember sold up without react Ion of more shan r to OOc. Another drop took place, but In n slow, deliberate wny. The visible supply was vory i of a dletippoliiUnent to tho bull show ing leas limn half of (he deer, ee they hatl oonlltlontly flgurett on. Hhort sales wero thntiRtit to be a goott aiweuhttlon whlcli tho sellers obtained within n few cents of l nml thn bear opened tholr hihiiiU wlUi a will, only ceasing, oiwratlona whon tho prlco of Seiitent Iter again rented nt Oflo. Tlio routine new of tho day was practically disregarded. Foreign crop dnnrnge nowa of a sensational advance In lfeiglleli imkI Ktiroiiean markeUonly had n tendency tn Invigorate the trail era wlUi bearish tendencies, seemingly. The hull ihkiI, whose operation have helped the late advances In grain were rather Inconspicuous, nml In fact, In dividual o)temUona were loot slgbt ot entirely iltiring the morning. IMw, It wwt uhe ganentl lieltef Umt the (toal let Kt) nitielt of their lato puretiiMes, more sspechilly corn. 8KALIN0 HgltDS. Dr. Il.ivbl Htitrr .Inriliiii, DiniiitilulHiiPfln. Ciller, .1luk lilt llrpnrt. PoTUiid. Ore.. Aug. 31.- -Dr. David Klnrr .Ionian, (mmlaslouer-lnohlaf ot te fur seal Investigating committee, itrrlvod In Seattle lu the revenue cutter Itush and posted Uiroiigh Portlnntl yastorday en route for Kan Fninolsco, Tim party left UinUngkn on tho mom Iiik or August IH. Dr. Jordan rejKirls tho aatlsfactory wmplotlon of thn sum mer'a liirostlgatlnna by the Ilrltath ami United States oommlaalmiera. He said lu speaking directly regard Iiik the reault of tils latest Investiga tion: "Tho hreotllng gitmml shown a shrinkage of about IB per cent orer the conditions or luat eenson, the hunt. Ing grotmds a shtlnkngo or 33 iter ent. '"Ilio primary oaitsa of Uie ahrlnlt sge of fetmtea in Uio Irreedhig gmtinds Is Die iielnglc iU4t of hut fall and this spring. To this Is added the loos due to starvation of orphaned pup In uoi, which should this year have lived to glvo birth to their llret puiw. Thhi atnrvntlou In 180t, afrectltiB na It did In n llko monsurc tho male hard, Is the ontiHo of tho dlmlmitlou of klllable seaki on tho IimiIIiir Kroiinde. "Tho decJIne of the herd la every where moro dlatlnotly mnrkwl thnn It wna hint yoar owing to the ofrects of tho romimiHlou of pelanto killing in llorlng sea after the modus vlvsnl ot 1803. "For 1808 tho ahrlnkngo will ho still grantor through tho destruction lu ISO I of unborn piiiw with Impregnated fo llUlIlM kllleil. Thua Ibe IkmiIIiik In any particular year are still more clearly felt and four years after wnl. Hvett If palnglo aealmg ahould lo atopped at once the decline of the hord tniiat go on until after 1M0, be cnuae nf the after effect due to the da etnictlon of nilrWuK ami nfirlng. "The pelagic ilaet kt llerlng sea com pritea about twenty-ittoe vessel ftplHat Isty.alKeit hmt year. The re iwrt of the valches are mtfovorahle, Ko trelaurea hare bean made." Trail liHMMlilr, 8ettle. Wash.. Aug. fl.-Tho steam -or Hoaalle. which arrived here yester day from Uyea and lkagway renorta thnt there are about leoo people at Ukacnwar. and that the trail Is still Impassable. About Mo miners are worr-lng oil it and it Is expect! that it will be ready In a few weeks. At Uyea the miners are getting away ba rapidly us eoiihl be expected. Jumswii Ii rapidly lining up with miners tram JJyoa and ikngawny who pro puts to winter there. Wanla b gu.au tan Francisco, Onl.. Aug. 3I.-Irln EKaliilaul. who has just attained majority, will return to Hawaii In liter, after an absence of ten years la Rnglaud and on the continent, the kjw hopes of being made queen of the nraeent Island republic If annexation fills. Mho I watching for a change. I. d. ii ni Iw Holly wa killed ut Qlenwood. the ot Iter lllooiiiliiKii.il. I ml , iiud a 30,O(r9 file the uitu i uijUi, THlt 8TI1IKE. Workfir and HlAkrr tUvea Otinfllnl and Thrre are AVhiimiIciI, PltUlmrff, Pa., Aug. S8.-Itellainus services were held In the strikers' sev eral camp yesterday nnd all were largely attended, hut notwithstanding the religion air tierradlng the rami, a conflict between workers and strik er took placo In tho afternoon. In which three strikers wore badly hurt, but none in u Morions condition. Ftve men of tho nton working for the New York and Clovolnr.il Utis Coal company went to n IxMrdlug house a half mile from Oak Hill tipple where a numlier ot strikers nro quartered, for the pur poee ot persuading tho strikers to go to work. The ronetlng was a stormy one nnd resulted In Antonio Pnrjotow sky being idiot nenr the heart. Qlrgnon I'nrmllo was shot In the eye nml Im tlste Dnlmeecn was cut with a rnsor. The Injured men nro all strikers. This waa tho only disturbance recorded nt the tamp yesterday. The nggroMlve workmen eeeupml be fore the men on tho Onk Hill camp grounds were nwnre ot the light. The report that Handy Creek ramp wilt bo ntmmlnnod Is tlonled by thn strikers and they say titty men will tie sont there from Plum Creek ntut Ttirtlo Creek. In addition to tho con oral miss nolornwySHltDIAJPl'NUNU eml mlMloiinry work for tho wook the leaders ltavo decided to direct especial work to tho prevention ot operations nt tho dandy Creok mine. The Htrlkers soy thoy wilt resume their mnrchlng tactic this morning, claiming that under tho rtillnc of Judge aoff, lu tho West Yirglutn rases, thoy nro given this right. RamiiQl DoArmltt said Inst night that ISO to 176 men wltl be nt work In the Plum Creek mine to-day. It Is nnununced that the New York and Cleveland (las Coat comimny will make olght more evictions to-duy from eight company houses. It Is not probable that there will he any trouble. The ahsrlff does nut say what course ho will pursue this morning should mnrohlng betiln, but thinks ho la ready to meet every omergency. Sym pathy for tho Htrlltora by tho farmers and citizens Is not diminishing lu the leHiU Yostordny then? wore about TOO visitors to tho camp nt Sandy Creok, many of the farmers who came bring Ing wngou lends ot provisions Citi zens ot Now Texas sent word that they had plenty ot food for the men and wanted them to cnll on them whon It wns needed. PlttHburg, Pn., Aug. 33. Develop ments lu tho coal mliilni; situation In the PlttHburg dlHtrlut will bo wntuhod xvllh tinustinl Interest thin wook. Doth aides wero nppnrontly at rout yostor dny, but U was dovolupetl that at tho conference to-dny thero wilt probably be n disruption. Ily many It is sup posed M. D. Itatchford wilt bo prce ent. It Is claimed Hint hn will stick tn his original assortlon that no will not ngre io nrbltrato uuloss all the states Involved are represented. It Is a well known fart that tho op eralora of other Btulea will not Join Hi local operators. IC Itatchford Is obdurate, the oonfereneco will bo use less. This, In brief, In tho situation and It Is npivaront Hint both sides arc making preparation for movements that will bo to their benefit. From n reliable source It was learned that It tho operator start the mlnea on the linos laid down mliioa wlli nlso be started by tho Mlnorn. It Ih proposed to select operators who nro friendly to the inon. They will bo glvon permis sion tn mine coal nt tho rato demand ed nnd tho coal will bo stored. Ily Hits means It Is oxpected to set n fund from tho union miners that happen to be working nnd with this fund pay tho uxpotiHOti ot n fight against I in port oil labor. UUUAN EXPEDITION. file Wtritmrr Diuillrn Itrpiirtrtl In IItp l.t-ft tr Ibe lnlatiiL "VasliliiHton. Aug. 33. Unomolal In. fovmatlon bus reached the treasury de imrtment that the mtspected lUlbuster er, Dniintlees, has left Rmvaiinnh, Ua., with a barge lit tow and that she Is to oe Joined by the Alexander Jonse ut u point southeast ot Hatteraa, where the two vessel are to meet the srhoon. er itanann, supposed to be loaded with munition of war for the Cuban lu aurgonle. Which veeael will make tho trip Is not known here. It Ii also stated tint h filibustering expedition la assembling nenr Tampa, til. Im view of this Information Hoc rotary (lege telegraphed the collec tors ot customs ot Savannah and Tam il and UruHswIrk lo use extra pre caution to prevent violations ot the neutrality lawa and also to confer with tha commanders of naval veaee-; at their imrts a to what steps should be taken Ih the premises. Two tliousgnd eloak makera are ou a strike In New York. lyHhluB Utprvletl, Memphis, Teun., Aug. 38. Dr. John idcClMlre, a traveling dentist, is thought to have been lynched lu Fay etle county Saturday. He was bound otr to the state during the day at Fa etle ('oruer on the charge of crim inally aiomultlng a le-venr-old child named Carpenter. Oltlcer alerted tu take bliu to ttunv-rvllle to jail, but at a mto hour he had not rraihcd that piiue it i ibotiglit a mob took i-tin (rum the olnccrs nnd lynched him. Triple rjliftttllnff. Nnehvlllo, Term., Aug. 23. J II Illoh, a young white man. shot and Itllletl his wife Iftjnt night Hi the home of her mother, In east Nashville li t then kllleil his brolhor-ln-lt shoot and tired live times In nil. lltrh waa and wbllo lu tho yard allot hlmaeir twice, Inflicting woumla from whlrh h I every moment expected to die. The ptstnl used whs n 41-callber re volver. Hlch a week ago filed n bill for ill- vorco agliiHl hla wife, alleging Infl tlollty. Yeatnrtlay ho wna arretted charged with kidnaping one of the children, and It Is supposed the arret! enraged him and caused him to go to tho home of hie mothor-In-law. At n few minute nftor 0 o'clock l:mi night J. II. Illoh como to tho Iiouns of hla moUioMn-law nnd found his wife nnd her brother, Ice Portor. In one of tho rooms. Tho door was intrtly open and ho shot Porter through the door aa he was sitting down. Mrs. Hlch tm medmtoly tried to cloeo tho door, bit' Hlch kept It open nnd eliot her lu clip brent. He then shot Porter a;sln. hitting htm In tho hend. Mr Kb it and Io Portor died Ititttnntly. Hlch Immediately left tho homo nml on the step hot himself In tho broaat. Attm railing ho annln shot himself. He used an army nnd navy pistol, -IG-c&llber. Iti It I e I ulnA Tli an Im 1st ft I fin lmiiaut J lift II l ill KV IVUi II VII II U IVIH III" liwnn" carried to the city hospltnl nnd I tilt , alive, but his death la considered aa certain. Saturday Rich drovo to the Iioiiiki where hla wife wna utlklng with thn child ho had taken from her nemo dnyn ago. 'Hie wlfo heard tho child's rrtea mid wont out lo hor. Illoh beoamo en raged, caught ihor by tho throat ami Hluslit her with n buggy whip. Saturday night about 11 o'rlork hn returned to the houso and tried to kirk In the door. Policemen wore called m am! tho olllceis had been looking for hint nil day and the policemen who wits on gm..il nt tho houso had only left a few ml., j tea before Hlch came. Hlch is 34 yeara old; Mrs. Hlch wan J7 and Porter 31. Tho doublo tragedy und the attempt nt suicide occurred In about ten uitu Itf.Ofl' tltno. JEWS MISTHBATKD. Tli Military Ulld Out In rrolnft TbPlr I'mprrly. Pllxeu, itohemla, Aug. 38. -Tho ills turlMiices beitun on Friday by Uin fa nation) oppononui or tho Jaws were re sumed Saturday. Thoy nttwo from n (liiurrol hotwecu a (lormau Jewish atti dent iiamod Hartman und n Uohomlan sttidout named Schmidt. Wlillo thn pnllio wnro (Micortlng Hartman from tlio town hall nnotlinr JowUh mob nt Inched them and thensnmnshcd nit thn windows lu tho synagogue, tho Jewish school mid the ho usee ot tho bout known Jows. Tho authority onlled out tho military to Hiippreae Uio riola nnd tlio trooim Itarndod the town from A o'clock Sat- urday aftornoon until 11 o'clock In the evening, when a regular system of military patrol wna established. An order has boon Issued forbidding public meetings or any kind, directing nil IraiMoholdern to oloso tholr lumsen nt 0 o'clock In tho evening ami warn Ing npprenttreH mid lumlata Indoors ut ter 7:30 p. m. Tho pollco have mad iweiity-nlno arrest. Tho town wan quid yostertlny ore nlng, hut thero nro dlsttirbaueea nt Saohseii, u atibtirb ot PI Iron, nnd at AhcIi, whloli rctiulrea the proHonco of the military. Thus tar only five persons lmvo henn Jurwl in tho riots. It In expoctod that many udditlonnl arrcete will be mado 'iilnr Nirlke. New York. Aug. M. The 100 oper atom on lino conts, mombera of Pro groaatvo Tallora'unlon No. 11 ot the soolallst Doctlon, went on a strike yes terday. An Incroaso ot 3C per coat a garment is demanded, weekly pay monU, tho recognition of tho union nnd u nlne-hour working day. This strtko will close 130 shops. Owing to n lung standing contention between tho Progressive Tailors' union nnd the United llrotherhooil of Tailor, It In mure than probable that tho members ot the latter organization will take the places ot tho striker. lUHKott by u Mull Williamsburg, Ky., Aug. 33. -Kllanny Sullivan, who assaulted 8a rail U son, his alster-lii-Iaw, waa haugett by a mob. His bojy was found hanging front the frame work of the ooimty roatt bridge, across ihe Cumberland river. The rope used was a small hal ter, which had been spliced. Sulli van's feet were oaly about two feet from the floor of the bridge and ha had choked lo death. The work waa dune so quietly that no one but the nlllMI-a WMn 1 1 . i! .tin ma n II. .. .. . er wera aware ot the ooeurronee until i this morning. 9 The miners omjloyed at UrtdatMort, W. W., have dealded to returu to work. tvTiTtetir"."iuTd Oolumbln, 8. 0., Aug. 3f.-I.atds by whltecappsra have boon ot freiitttNt so. curreiioe within the lust few days In Fairfield and Kershaw eounties. Thate raids have been alloiiether against tho Mormon elders aad their sympathiser. On Saturday night a baud ot IM mask d wbltecapper went to a house about 1 four miles below Coradrn. in the lieu. ! lah set tbin, and ioi. out three Mar. I mon ebltrs. etrir'ti' l tbtm and admin Ltercd a v hliipltiB H i uppoel that the Willi" 1 uppers lum mostly , fioin Fairfield vunty.