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BOSTON Bn o Feb eb 14 11An An extensive labor laborfi 1aborfibt laborfight
fi fight ht is impetniuit Drawing out of the therefo theTlfo therefusal
refo refusal al of The granite ntnite manufacturers m to toaccede toUIN8 tourede
accede to wage a e dem demands nds of the National NationalGranits 1ntion11ranite IntionalGranite
Granite Cutters union uniont
At t a meeting m tin of the New EnglandGranite England EnglandGranite EnglnndGrabate
Granite Manufacturers association the thei
h Yin i of wages and hours of labor pre prew prented prerented
w rented ut nted d by the National i Granite Cutters Cuttersnolou Cutters1Inlon Cuttersunion
union was as taken under considerationIesoatieas consideration considoruionesontions considerationK
K Iesoatieas ootoas were proposed to the effect effectthat effectthat effectthat
that use UJ manufacturers cannot accede accedeto acce e etf
to tf toe demands of eight hours labor as asa nsa asa
a aayts work and at least 3 3u0 oO a day as aswas a5watH aswaea
was watHIt waea waeaIr s sIt
It is understood uude tood the manufacturers manufacturersbe m1uurscturerGouid
Gouid be willing to grant raut the bboar bboarif b hour houra
< a if wages wa e8 remain at thoir present presentrate
rate and tbat all of the manufacturers manufacturersill
ill l he governed gov rned by the action of > f tne the4W tneVMV tneXAW
XAW VMV Engjnnd association associationAs
As the schedule calls for a miaimnm miaimnmc
c > ti 3ou 1007 a day and as the constitution constitutionf
f the Granite Cutters union requires requiresof requiresof
of its members to demand this rate ratef
f pay i > av on and after March 1 it is ex ex1oet5d
1oet5d 1 e tad tbat the men will strikeSHeuth strike strikeCnrfillna fitrikeculh
culh Cnrfillna rnlllll1 Ij IjS JlahturO > Jlahtur gIslatureeorIL
eorIL O ClA 1A S C Feb 1L 1 t Matters Mattersf rattersneral
> f C general ueral state interest were disposed disposedf
f la both branches of the legislature legislatureKepreeentative le legislaturemoan illatura illaturatiay
moan Representative Cosgrove of ofwithdrew ofnar ofaariestoc
nar aariestoc tOll withdrew his bill to exempt exempts
rs < s of over 100000 inhabitants from fromojieratioB fromI
I operatic oleral OII of the dispensary law lawstated lavi
i stated that as an almost new dispen dispentv
tv measure m alcre ban been passed at this thisu thisbe
G1 u ha ihoapbt bou h it right rl bt to give the theriu theaTUu
aTUu m riu < a trial tlalatd sad t Fee < ee if it weud reduce reduceurhcic reduceutlklt reduceuelicit
urhcic of tWOOO 54000 in Charleston Charlestonuuv
ay caaG caused used d by bythelaws the laws avs of the license licenseeasure licenseI licenselaasure
I easure SUrt Charleston municipal municip1l1evy levy levys
1 s 3 ear is 9rs 12 a mills millsi stillsIltt
II Iltt ue e lilnst Furnace FurnucrT
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e t t tiist i 1st furnace in the world was wasFiTcri waslast Vast
FiTcri t last night when stack No 1 at ate
e IIhl0 + > nio plant of the National Steel SteeliTany Steelilny Steeltoy
iTany toy vas pat in operation The Theriiaee Tnerteace ne nec
c riiaee llal is 106 lNtr feet hign 15foot era eraana crnand cruAna
ana 22 foot bosh The capacity of ofcraace ofCfaare ofcrnace
° craace is 000 o u tons every 24 hours hoursW
W i > her inrnaoes of tioiiiar tim lar dimen dimenare
i are audurconbtruction and will be boled be04U beei
led 04U m two or three mouths The Thei Theof ho hor
i r of lese iese furnaces will be used useduoud usedatonai
2 atoBai Steel company companyman
y man who wh was born tiredi tired
J ikes kf work a necessity noces ity to give givethe giverthe ie >
the 1 energy e er y and exuberance exuberancent j
nt nits < generated r elte tedby by functional ac acinth acin acy
y c inth in the 5tem vs em 8 Sold ld by Har HarUros Htmcros IiarBros
Believed That he is Prepared Preparedto
to Cope ope With the Boers BoersIt BoersHb
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It Hb l b > < rt8 line Ills Id Own 0 I Lines turn turnGuarded Sttottgrly SttottgrlyGuarded IIClnI IIClnIGuarde1
Guarded and Will 111 be Able to toForce tol tohorcc
Force l ur c the ncr Either to Fight FightUmler PfhrUuder FightLbttier
Umler ITiifjvorable Condition or orAbutul orbundn orAbund
Abutul bundn ai i > Their heavy 1 Hen 1 navy Guns GunsLONDON Gunl GunsLONION
LONDON l no Feb l h 15 l 15The The success of ofGen OfGen ofGen
Gen Roberts tuber in his initial hove is isundoubtedly isultdnubtedlr isutedoubtedly
undoubtedly largely Ir el diif dueL to tin ad admirubie u umirulJle adaniruble
mirubie work of the cavalry c 11 In under underGen J JGH I I
GH G n French J r nch who will now lI W prob probably llrobabl ¬
ably abl endeavor to set et iround to the thor therir
r rir ar of the Magerafontein lIu Mager er3folitein fontefn position positionThe
The actual situation is i serious for fortho forthe or ortho
tho Boers and it i = quite on the curds curdsthat cardsthat I Ithltt
that th y will have to leave l t1e the thetranches thetrnch thetrenches
trenches they tlw have held so o long Inn and acidt6ucct andi
i t6ucct successfully u ssfullyaguin u uguinst ainst t Gen Methuen MethuenNo lethuenNo I
No general engagement is expect expected i ied i ied
ed for a few days daysi I
i j Gen Roberts plans of campaign campaignas n
as published publi hed in the morning papers j j jghc igive
give great reut satisfaction satisfactionNo I IIfurtht
No further > r news of British advance advanceJ I
J in the Orange Oran e Free State has been 1 1received
I ireceived received but confidence conf dellcp prevails prevailsthat prevailsithat i ithnt
that the strong hands of Gen Roberts Rob j jerts II
I erts and Kitchenor are shaping mat thattern j
tern toward a decisive victory vi tor torGen
i Gen hoberts has his own line i ii j
i strongly guarded and will be able ableto
1 to force the Boers either to fight Dghtunder fightunder fightunder l
under very unfavorable condition conditioni con conditionsior ition i ij
i j or to abandon their th ir heavy he 1 guns and I Istores
j stores II
An Au AUlllci > nici us Opnine of the lOth lOthAnnual 16thAnnual
Annual Session SessionK SeFloinnDEFeSIAIi SeshionDEFUNIAi
DEFeSIAIi K Feb 14 HThe The six sixteenth sixteeuth sixteenth ¬
teenth annual session of the Florid FloridaChautauqua FloridltChlAUt j
CliMUtauquH ChlAUt UqUM opened today to n with an aneloquent aneloquent i
eloquent address 1dres of welcome by b bPre5ident i iPresident
President Wallace Bruce J ruce The imi imisicnl 111n 111nI musical
I sicnl program was exc11 excellent nt the thebury thebun thebarytone
bury barytone tone solo by b Walter nltt B Bull BnlllJl BnlllJlin bi biimr b bin
imr in r one of the strongest itrougest numbers numbersKev numbErUe mtmberRec
Kev Ue Edmund F Albertson will willlecture willlecture vi11lecture
lecture tomorrow on the Jewish Jewishi Jew ih ihI h
i i I Conception of the Messiah lles iuh in the thej theOld theOld
j Old TestamentTho Testament
Tho night ni ht program will include includethe
the Prisoner of Zenda a picture picturedrama p picturedrama ctnr ctnrdnUl1ll
drama with dissolving dis5 > hing views viewsSaturdays viewsSaturdays iewsi
i Saturdays 8turd8 d program p1 ram will be pa paticuhirly paticulurly paticularly
ticuhirly strong stron and we shall expect expecta t >
a large lar e attendance from Pen Penacoa Penacoaon acoa acoaon
on account 8CC unt of the low excursion excu siou ra e eof eof eof
of 5J J cents for 1 the round trip tripComic tripCJnlc tripCutnlc
Comic Valentine Causes Crimp CrimpCnAnLESTOX CrimpCnuLR CrlmrORAILESTON
CnAnLESTOX CnuLR TOS W V Va Fob 14 140 C R RStewart RStcVart RStewart
Stewart grocer died this morning morningfrom morningfrom morningfrom
from tho effects of a shot fired by his biseon hislion hisson
eon Louis aged 19 The son who is isin isin isin
in jail says he was protecting his hismother bismother hismother
mother from an assault made on her herlast berlast herlast
last night n bt by his father Stewart had hadreceived hadreceived hadreceived
received an offensive comic valentine valentineand
and had accused his wife of having sent sentit
it She denied the accusation and he heattempted heattempted heattempted
attempted to assault her when the son sonfired sonFred 1 1fired
fired twico and inflicted the fatal fatalwounds fatalwounds fatalwounds
Aldrich of AlabaniSeated AlabaniSeatedWASHINGToN AlxbHiii Srnt Sfltpd t tWASHINGTON i i iW
WASHINGTON W ASBlSOTOS Feb 14 4 The house to today today
day entered upon the consideration of oftho oftho
tho executive legislative and judicial jndicialappropriation judicialappropriation judicblapproprlatiou I
appropriation bilL Before Mr HeminWay Hemin Ileminway
way of Indiana who was in charge of ofthe ofthe ofthe I
the bill called it up tho report in tho thocontested thecontested I I Icoutested
contested election case of Aldrich ver versus velIUS versus
sus Robbins from the Fourth Alabama Alabamadistrict I
district was submitted The majority majorityreported majorityreported majorityreported
reported in favor of the contestant and andthe andthe ud udthe
the minority in favor of tho sitting sittingmembers sittingmembers sittingmembers
members membersJIIIII1chutta1Ulll members3lassachtrstts
31assachiiB JIIIII1chutta1Ulll tta Mills Closed ClosedFlTClIBURO CloudFITcununo ClosedFrrcununo
FlTClIBURO Mass Feb 14 The Theflood Theflood
flood in Fitchburg and vicinity with withthe withthe I Ithe
the heavy rain on Monday and Tuesday Tuesdayba
baa decreased Most of the trains were wereenable wereunable wareunable
unable to run today owing to the dam damage dama damage
age a e by wator The Pnlliam Machinery Machinerycompany MachiuerycQmp1ny Machinerycompany
company lost from 10000 to 15000Two 15000Two 15000
Two of the Park Hill gingham mills millsand millsaud millsand
and the machinery works of borJohn borJohnson Ivor John
son company and many other plants plantsae
a ae e still closed closedOlymptn closedIrmpltt closed0lympla
Olymptn Ofllc OHlcT r lircturen lircturenSTANFORD LrcturfSTAsFonD LeotureSTANFORD
STANFORD UNIVERSITY Cal Call Feb eb 14 14Lieutenant 14Lieutenant I IL
Lieutenant L Commander r Calkins of ofOlynipia ofOlympia ofOlympia
Olympia fame me lectured here last night nighthis J ght ghthis
his subject being Cromwells Quest of ofColonial ofColomal ofColonial
Colonial Empire Although the Phil Pnilipniues Philip Philipniues
ip ipniues in s were ere mentioned but once in the thecourse tbeOurse thecourse
course of tho lecture Mr Calkins made madeit
it ovident that his subject was an anal analogous aU1IogOU analogons ¬
ogous cafe The officer is evidently not notin notin notin
in favor of expansion although he was wasconservative wascouser3UVU wasconservative
conservative in his remarks remarksI remarksltlotln remarksiloting
I Klotlng ltlotln In 3Iartln Jlttrtluqur JlttrtluqurPOKT ° qur qurPORT qurPORT
PORT DE FRANCE Martinique rtinique Feb Feb14A Feb14A
14 14A A mob of rioters yesterday yester ay at Ri Rivierre Riviarre Rivierre
vierre Sallee refused to hear h ar Senator SenatorKnight SeualorKuiJht SenatorKuight
Knight who is favorably disposed toward to toward towarJ ¬
ward their cause At midnight the theplantations tbeplautations theplantations
plantations of La Cacojte Cac Jt and Oham Champi Ohampisny Ohampigny
pi pisny srny were set fire to News ows has been beenreceived b beenreceived en enreceived
received here from Paris announcing announcingthat aunouuclDgtbat
that the garrison is to be reinforced and andthat audthat andthat
that tho French cruiser Sachet is on onher onber onher
her way hero heroFLOIUDA heroJ heroFLORIDA
PENSACOLA PE SAOL Fla Feb 141900 141900A 1 1900 1900A
A meeting of the stockholders r5 of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Florida and Gulf Land company companywill companywill companywill
will be held at the office of the com COIl1plll1Y conpans
pans in this city cit Thursday March MarchSth1900 MarchSth1910 Marchi
i Sth1900 8th 1900 at 12 I oclock o noon noonPo
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I trulto traitanti nml the theFatitnairaryti Knmous l < IIIOUI Mirvtone 1ril Peons n k diajton tttvt n Thompsuu and nd Mr lr Walter WalterI alt after r rHt
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A Day p of o oIT1 Delight i iONLY Everybody Come ComeniTT
niTT IT1 V Cn flTnTfllfl For the th Round TMn frr m Pen npola nla to Klv PEvar r Junction nnd Inter InterIINLI InterJ
IINLI ONLY 11 1t L Lslon OU J 0 f1TtNT1 Ulerilo Ir Fc1 it MiednteHtniloi U1edlnt htt101 Ht tinn < by h Sandal t imal Train CIIHP Chpt t nod KPSI J t Excur Excursion Excurslon ¬
slon In the World CH1LDIIEN C IL > ItES5 i3 CENTS CB T Trains do not ave U1 uutli after I1f r rlre re Balloosceuston Walloon WalloonAscension ElIlooDcensl
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Three Thousand Attack Amer Amcrj Amcrjican Arnerican j jican
ican Garrison GarrisonThey I IThey
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They are Defeated Repulsed d and andIjeavo andLeavo I ILeao
Ijeavo Sev ScventOne ntjOnc Dead cm the iliuGround I theGroundBut I IGloUlld
Ground GroundBut But ut 1 they hey lint up a Hot HotFight hutFight t it i iFiht
Fight While hllc it Lasted LastrdMANILA LastedMAXILA LnstedlIA
MANILA lIA ILA Feb 15 J 15On On the night of jFeb j jFeb jFeu
Feb 5 three thousand insurgent insurgentBolomeu insurgentllolomeu insurgentHolomen
Bolomeu armed with Mauser rifles ritlelnttucked j jattacked J Jattacked
attacked the American garrison garr on at atDaroga atDaroga atDarora
Daroga Southern in Luzon LuzoitPeinforceulents LuzonReinforcements I uzol I
Reinforcements were sent fromAlbay from fromAlbay I
Albay Alb11 whereupon the main body bodvof IJIof bodyof
of insurants inur ut is attacked Albay and uudburned LIlliburned i iburned
burned a numbr r of houses housesThe honsrhe housesTile
The fortieth infantry jtationpd at atAlbay all atAlbay
Albay Alba retired re il to the th convent and andfired andfiredat andfired
fired firedat at the rebels rt > beb from the roofThe roof roofThe rooflhe
The inurrents inurpentssurrounded surrounded the con convent coneut convent
vent and lId attempted att mpted to set it allre allrebut aIlrbut atlrebut
but were routed by b shrapnel thrown thrownfrom thrownfrom thrownfrom
from a t mountain gun un worked fromone from fromone fromonf
one > of tho windowsThe windows windowsThe windo windoThe
The battle b continued all nightbut nightbutfinally ni night ht bllt blltfinully brttfinally
finally the insurgents retired leav leaving j
ing 71 dead on the ground The fheAmericau Thei i iAmerican
American loss was two killed and andfive andfive
five wounded woundedDr I
Dr Bulls Cough Syrup cures the moststubborn most moststubborn moststubborn
stubborn coughs COU IH r colds and d lung nflociions nflociionsEven i
Even incipient Incipl nt consumption has been sue suectsfully succesfully S Scesctully
ctsfully cured by this marvelous remedy
autTerers will obtain relief alter a few tewdoses tewdosesBRYAN dosed dosedBRYAN dO tI
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Democratic Leader Delivers Two Ad Addresses Addrenes Addresses ¬
dresses lu RaleighRALEIIu Raleigh RaleighRALEIGH RalelChRALEIGH
RALEIGH Feb 14 14W W J Bryan ac accompanied ILCcompanied acconipanied ¬
companied by a committee of Raleigh Raleighcitizens Ualeighcitizeus Raleighcitizens
citizens arrived hero at 5 oclock over overtho overtho overthe
tho Seaboard S aboard Air Line from Richmond RichmondShort HichmoudShort RichmondShort
Short stops were made lU e at WarronPlains Warron WarronPJains VarronPl1iUl
Plains Henderson and Wako Forest Forestand 1 1and iand
and Mr lr Bryan spoke briefly to largocrowds largo largocrowds lanocrowds
crowds who who had gathered to boar him himOn himOn himOn
On his arrival Mr Bryan was met by bya bycrowd
a crowd of 10000 people headed by the thelocal thelocal thelocal
local military organizations and cadota cadotaand cadetiaud caaotsand
and wad immediately driven to a largetent large largetent largetent
tent erected for the speaking speakinHe 1
He was introduced by State Chair Chairman Chairman Chairman ¬
man Simmons and spoke for an hourand hour bonrand houraud
and a half mostly on familiar lines H Hdevoted Hdcoted lie liedevoted
devoted rather more time than usual to toa toa toa 1
a discussion of taxation declaring that thatan i ian >
an income tax would be a leading rca rcature feature
ture in the campaign C1m p1ign this fall He dis discussed dbcuss6d aiscusssd ¬
cussed trusts free silver and imperial imperialism imperialism ¬
ism at some length len tl1 on the usual linesAt lines linesAt hnesAt
At night Mr Bryan spoke In the thoAcademy tboAcademy theAcademy
Academy of Music hundreds Tore werotnruod woreturned Toretcrned
turned away being bein unable to gain ad admittance admittauce admittanco ¬
mittance to the building He devoted devotedmuch devotedmucl1 devotedmuch
much more of his time to imperialismtban imperialism
than in his afternoon speechProminent speech speechProminent sveecbPromineut
Prominent party men me from all parts partsof
of the state came in in to hear himNrty him himNew himNIv
New Atlmitu AtlmituATLANTA Bulldln BulldlnATrAsTA iluilding iluildingATLANTA
ATLANTA Feb < eb UArchitect 14 Architect W T TDowning TDowning TDowning
Downing has prepared plans and specificationa speci specifications specificatious ¬
fications for the erection of a 20000brick 20000 20000brick 20000brick
brick building to be erected at the cor corner corncr corner ¬
ner of Marietta street and Jones avenue avenuefor aVonuefor avenuefor
for the Conklin Manufacturing com company company cornpatty ¬
pany The building will be a brick brickstructure brickstructure brickstructure
structure fonr stories and basement of ofmill ofmill ofmill
mill construction It will have a front frontage frontagtt frontage ¬
age of 50 feet on Marietta street and andwill andwill andwill
will run back 187 feet The building buildingwill
will be used u ed for manufacturing purposes pur purposes purpO5es ¬
poses and will be occupied by theConklin the tbeConklin theConklin
Conklin Manufacturing company inaddition in maddition inaddition
addition to the large building now oc occupied occnpied occopied ¬
copied by that company on the sameStreet same samestreet lamestreet
street Bids are being received and tho thocontract thocontract thecontract
contract will doubtless be lot in a few fewdays fewdays fewdays
lftHrCUSr8 Refuses to to 11 Be o lulrrvlrwrd lulrrvlrwrdFERXANIHNA lutlllwdFEmasmu lutervtrwedFEnxANntsA
FERXANIHNA Fla Fob 14 JtAn An ef offort effort etafort ¬
fort was made by a reporter of tbe As Asiocated AsJociated Assoeiatod
iocated Press to see Mr 11 Andrew Car Carnegie CarI Caraegis ¬
I aegis this morning but without sac success aucces sacL ¬
cess L Mr Page manager of Mrs LucyCarnegies Lucy
1 Carnrgies estate informed him that tbatMr thatMr thatMr
Mr Carnegie positively declined to be bei beintorviewed beinterviewed
i interviewed relative to the suits against againsti a ainst ainstj
i j him by Frick Mr Carnegie is paying payinga
a 1 visit to Mrs Lacy Carnegie at Dun Dungeness Dnugeness Dungenees
geness on Cumberland island for rest restiud rest1Ud restand
iud recuperation It is understood that tbatone thatone thatone
one ot his attorneys is with him at atDnngenes atDun atDungeness
Dnngenes Dun enesi iu consultation with him himDnugeness himI himDnngenesa
I Dnugeness Duu ene > i is one of th the flneiteatates finelt elltates onthe on onthe onrhe
the Atlantic seaboard south of Portand PortlandMo
j Mo Moi I
HCHVJ n Snow Suo In NVbrtmkn NVbrtmknOUAIU XbrJcI ebrnsltnOtAi1A
I OUAIU Feb 14 ItThe Tbe heaviest snow snowof 8nowof snowof
of iho ho winter is now falling in Ne Nebraska Nebraska Nebraska ¬
braska and western Iowa It beganlast began beganlast beganhut
last night and is still coming down with withno
i no signs of cessation There is very verylittle vcryI verylittle
I little wind and the thermometer is isj isabove
j above zero so no harm is being done doneIc
t It has not drifted to any extent and andi
i railroad trains are not seriously delayed delayedStatemrnt delayedUcIfra delayedi
i UcIfra 1Rrc lvers Statemrnt ut Fuvorablr FuvorablrCOLUMBIA Y FudorableCoLUMBIA vorlAblri
i COLUMBIA S C Feb 14 14The The receivor re receivor reoceivar
ceivor for the Commercial aud Farmers FarmersI Farmersbank
I i bank of Rock Hill lI H which suspended suspendedI
j I Feb 3 made a statement today todayhow show ihowI showing
I ing tn the reserves were 107090 and theliabilities the theI
1 liabilities including capital stock deposits de deposits dePO ¬
posits PO ts and bills payable and an a surplus surplusof
of 455 4 5 were the same amount sonot so soi
i not one dollar will be lostSTOP lost lostSTOP lostSTOP
With th Juniper Tunis > Hr Cypr C CyprPZR prpQ > or PineShingles Pine PineShingles PifShiugIes
Shingles The Pitt Mill Im Co sells sellsthem FeIlthem elh elhthem
them 15flw 15flwi 15flwCome M w wi
I Come and have your eye p e fitted fittpdwith fiUpdWith fittedwith
with the bet be t glasses las5eg by Dr H Wilf Wil Wilcox ViJcox
cox of n f the Chicago Eye E e Institute at atAndersen atAndersen
Andersen the jewelers
SUED BY FRICK FRICKCarnegies FRICKCarnegies PRICKCarnegies
Carnegies Partner Claims Ha HaWas HeWas U UWas
Was Forced Out OutBIG OutBIG OutBIG
Frick Makes Serious Complaints In IraIlls Inilia inills
Ills Bill Asniust the th 3Ianufitctur nAUrctuurl r rPhlltiiitbropUt y yIhll
Ihll PhlltiiitbropUt l > > hllilrathtoplstlromilleut + Prominent Array of ofLe ofLellAl ofLegal
Legal Le al Talent TalentPlTTaBCEQ TalentPtrrincEo t tPITTSUCRO
PlTTaBCEQ Fab F b 14 14The The announce announcement auno announcement nce ncemeut ¬
ment in the pipers today that the Ion Ionthreatened long longthreatened longthreatened
threatened clash of the steel has bee been beenfinally beenfinally a afinally
finally precipitated by IL C Frick ill filing 111ing ¬ t ting
ing tho widely heralded h rnl ell suit against againstAndrew againssAndrew l1JainaAn
Andrew An rew Carnegie Carno ie and au the Carnegie OarnegioStool 03rneJtioStoel CarnegieStool
Stool company for aa equitable ac accounting accounting accounting ¬
counting of o the ex excbtlirtnmI exch chairman tirmans stock stockholdings stockhol stockholdings ¬
holdings hol u s in thi giant but steel tee I concern cro croated cruated Croated
ated a sensation m tlnaucul tluallclalllnd and manu manufacturing manefacturin wauulacturing ¬
facturing circles and was the principal principalopic priuclp31topic principaltopic
topic throughout tbran bont the city The salt id idregarded ilre3rded isregarded
regarded as the most important ever evertiled everme evertlloi
tiled me in connection couuec ion with the steel bust bustless bU51less business
less and it u said s ld more money in i ii ac atflake acjtake a aJtakc
flake Ulan in any legal proccedmz procccdmzever procccdmzeverbrouJbt proceedingseverbrought ever everbrought
brought in this country in which all allprrtics aUprrtlcs allprrues
prrtics were Mtupiy F citizens c1t1Z Ul Steel mam mamfactururs 1011 1011ftSctererl maafaetarers
factururs view the trouble as a bitter per personal personal personal ¬
sonal struggle stru Jle for supremacy and are arewatching lirewatcling arewatching
watching each move with intense in fathreat interest iutoret ¬
threat terestThe toretlbe threatThe
The local lO11111eu talent t called into in to action by bythe bythe bythe
the suit is s an array of giants ianu of the pro profession professiou profession ¬
fession in this state with probably lu luminaries lumiuaries lnminaries ¬
minaries of national repute yet ye to be beincluded beincluded beincluded
included On Mr Pricks r ricklIide f side ao John JohnG
G Johnson of Philadelphia whostauds who stands standsat staDdat f fat
at the head of the th equity lawyers of the thestate tbostate cbDIIta
state IIta te and who has been engaged en l1Jed in insome insome insome
some of the greatest re1rcst legal battles ot Chtv Chtvcountry tb tbconetry l lcountry
country Duvid T Watson of Pitliburg Pitliburgmi t tall
mi attorney ncarrely lass > widely tnowu tnowuand tnowl1aud lnowuand
and whoso prowess in the civil court courtof cunnlof
l lagain
of tho state has been proven prov n time and andagain nodag1lU
again in i cases where herl vast fortunes wero weroat
at stake and Wuiin lIil4 F 1 Mctook for foryears fore1rl foryears
years e1rl tho p persouai r r01J1i oniu counsellor of Mr MrFrick MrFrick MrFrick
Frick whoso ability in Handling uan lm the thoaffairs Ihoaffairs t taffairs
affairs of big corporations C has pat himin him himin
in the front rank at tho Alleghenoy Alleghenoycounty AUeghonolconntY Alleghonoycounty
county bar barStrangely b1rStraugel barStrangely
Strangely pnoush ennti h Attorney Watson 7ataonis
is 9 tho man who orijzumily drew UD the thanow thtJnow
now famous ironclad r nc1ad agreement for fo foAudrew forAndrew
Andrew Carnegie and which he has hasnow banow t tnow
now been retained to find a Haw fil V in and andhave audhave andhave
have declared invalid It is said that thacMr thatMr
Mr Watson spent the best b st part of three threomonths threemonths
months in drafting this instrument and andwhen zmdwhen andwhen
when finished declared that it was the thsstrongest tb tbstrou f fstrangest
strongest strou est paper ot the kind ho had ever everformulated everformul1tc everformulated
1 1Carne
Carne Carnpgtn It 14 I + Silent SilentAs SilenfAs
1 1As
As yet little has come to light of tho thoplans thopinus theplans
plans made by Andrew Carnegie to de defend defeud defeud ¬
feud his 111 companys companYtlUtEirellt interests although althoughit
it is almost certain l that LXilzoll Scott Scotcand Sco Scoaud Scottand
and Gordon have been at work for days daysin
in the Carnegie Carne tie defense defenseOther defeuseOther deienwOther
Other prominent lawyers of both this thiscity thiscity thiscity
city and New York aro mentioned aa ashaving aahaving II IIhavin
having havin been retained by Mr r Carnegio Carnegiobut
but just who will ho opposed to the tbolegal thelegal
legal al array on Mr Fricks side cannot
certainly bo ascertained until a day or ortwo ortwo
two has passed and answer is made to tothe Cothe tothe
the bill billAt billAt billAt
At noon today no notice of the snithad snit snithad tr1
had been served npon the defendants or ortheir orthoir ortheir
their counsel Secretary Moraland of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the Carnegie Steel company compsnysaid said he had badnot hadnot hadnot
not seen the bill and refused to talk talkabout calkabout talkabout
about it When the company had any anything anything anything ¬
thing to give out he said it would wouldcome wooldcome wouldcome
come through the regular channels channelsDalzall chaunelDalzall channelsDalzall
Dalzall Scott Gordon the defend defendants defendants defendants
ants counsel were equally reticent reticentPresident roticentPrel1den reticentPresident
President O M I Schwab who it itlooked I Ilooled Islooked
looked upon as a Mr Carnegies personal personalrepreaontative ptrlonalrepre80ntativu personalrepresentative
representative daring dnrin his aUHenco from fromthe Cromthe fromthe
the city left for Washington D DO DOlast O Olast 1
last night It is supposed that be it on onhis onhill oahis
his way to see Mr Carnegie at Dan DangeuesL Dungeness Duflgenoss
White Oovn 1 > 1 5ettllnc Down Over tb tblOiituoky lbICntulk UsK
lOiituoky K MiiiHtlon MiiiHtlonLOUISVILLE SlluotUonLoUlSYIIIE 3 3t
t LOUISVILLE Feb 14 14Tne TneienatemaC TneienatemaCtoday senate me metoday met mettoday
today without a quorum and adjourned adjournednntil
nntil tomorrow tomorrowIn
In the house the senate lien ate raiolatfoa raiolatfoacalling reolntloacalling resolatfoacalling
calling upon Governor Taylor to 0 with withdraw whhdraw withdraw ¬
draw the military from tbe capital and andsurrender audurrender andsurrender
surrender the executive offlcoi to GOT GOTernor GOTernor Gayernor
ernor Bockham was adopted after some vomodebate IJOmedebate somedebate
debate the feature of which vrat I1a I1a9peech as a aspeech sspeech
speech by Representative EmmJU Orr Orrtaking Orrtakiug Orrtaking
taking exception to the clause of bo theresolution boranolution be berellolution
resolution aiscrtin asserting that the shot ehotwhich ehotwhichkilled which whichkilled whichkilled
killed Gov Governor rnor Goebel was va fired from fromtbe froOltbe fromthe
tbe executive building buildingThe bnildlnJThe
The houso then adjourned until tomorrow to tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrowFIItST morrow morrowFIIIST morrowFIUST
To the Florida Ghnttiaii ChauJJtlllua ua Saturday SaturdayFcl Stllrd l leb
Feb eb 171101 171101The 17 1 1100 1100The wouThe
The days llYs program pr gmm includes the thecelebrated theceltbrnte thecelebrated
celebrated Chicago Chica 1 Glue Club Clubhumorous Clubhumorou Clubhumorous
humorous and graphic impersona impersonations hnppr itnpersonations1r on3 on3tionsDr ¬
tions tionsDr Dr David IJputon uton of Chicago Chicagorand ChfelKOrnnd Chicagotran1
rand concert by Rogers Qohn QohnHand OfJ OohnHand hn hnBand
Hand Howard S rftarrett in his hiswonderful hi hiwnderful hiswonderful
wonderful polyphonic imitations imitationsolos imit tion
olos olo by Mr rr = Sarah MncDonnld MnclnnaldSheridan MncDonnldSheridan JftC Donnld Donnldheridan
Sheridan readings readjlJ by h Anna Deinny DeinnyIlrtin Jelltnyovrtin IeI ny nyMartin
Martin tho famous ban barytone 1J8r tune Prof Profnrank Profrank Profrank
rank l Stavton Thompson Thom > nu and JHu air 3IrWalter JlrVulter r rulter
Walter ulter B Ball Edioifa Edi ol1 projcti projcticone
cone fire fir balloon ascension asceu iou from frommidlle frommid frommike
mike mid 11e of lake etc etcTrain etcfrain etcTrain
Train Uave hI1 union d dpnt pot at 7JIO 7JIOa 74a M Ma
a m Fare for round trip W ceuta ceutaHandsome ceot3Handsol1 cent3Handsome
Handsome e pictures bricabrac brie brieabrac lnieablac
abrac etc in endless ar array array array
ray at rock bottom prices at atMarston atjJIarston atJllarston
Marston 9 Finchs

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