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VOLUME III NUMBER 102. GRAND RAPIDS, MICH, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 90. I860. HVK CENTS r THE SCUR APPLE TREE Imm of the Boyd in Blue May Think of it Today m mm at mm dim. " FHa StX"! Ot SoJtHrn L.Oarty is Not Oood ." lAtanM nihuism Oser i rvt Ap4caraeca of the l-to"-toeVxrate Pridrit tawing Ihs ttonnj Blue M fjJSjtj I nj H tost rail '.ol.ight 4Uil ih- f aCritOMI M ttuMtgwd ' U plSSO OS -J- 1 1 I . -i.-j.s . .-r- did Imp! A ftplm hiMMrf li Kl .htr-r'?a of Jr.hyr . - AJl.t .MJ i hu H 'irlis. IssHiht ri'1 Ikesfci iIimkI . .atoncSi whsre tie, WW !'.. .i ul .ii Kbruary Us9i. Ttsseasdonl grusods. Minitli ard mini mk jammed :lh pr.),ii d p. nt. UkO SOU h I of an possxw?hins; ban 1 1 oaa heard, and ( urn Feiius, grand marshal , tii'l aulas be led ths .r--. -.11. ,ii I ti.n !..i;t.t is vis, nftw I by Mayor Rouse, of ibis city, !!. f !. and .v Seal and M, si lhaiaaftd fiofdoii. av .-m panted bv n.a. . h-r t ! he pn - I. ! M t in into Ms x. - -. en W . ; ted t"nw. ringing vain if I the deep h I reel it II war, she thunder of war id. rbrn her peo lestv. 'Jrey haired eager! y rushed to war which Cfm- MH holv war fr '...v SO that ths urn. i ;a. s- ' V been .ailed Seed ua.-Uitirf on with .-age' tUp ami rv u th carnival of death, and I ii took upon them when thir e and musket- viiK'! h-.i. : (x.y and r my eyes a mot tier i crept Fhoats layi have passed. it-eat ehTuir It I alrva.iy mm, to T:' I AMI tAll"l- th it where I in l't Your 'h I that wh. h wel bows that tbc spirit it cUmd. (Ininieiiw UpfM IKK now a mnsd if :. nslejikse ) 1 Hop. With III von desired. Um mantle manifest' in obliterate ill I Ml (Ml nig hnrf : : rt the reicret only , tnl ib i rn your nrntiriieitj. i,M the Kx ihxny of winch I.. tare, intro l ornery ami r'ia;e wfurh only . anil whi b tar It, I say ain. htnm ioinin t lot ant her senti Mlooae ( have iU thai I wouhl (e a ieerh. anl ml to you my wo you, dtip ami liee ahtive - ' u t he h ..r Wtu tti K.i m ak- rtfh i ,. I .I.' rvtl rheenmc fol-- having to - dure I ien. t rroin-l i 'ki$ iom of a rare by wwiturie. be i'r iit.-hel their Veil ' M OOff .., ., Ivt a ;r.-i;-i peip!e. a ,Ul.u-.i e 'J -re ttM r-pnen oi h. r i,. " Mai t n MM Jajiax tb war, ao4 hua - of tb utcu ami ttie atb Ualbfui biaury woul iuak we WouUl -uip lh moat i ! ut r our utaiiboxai aotl Ofion ear ' Uj (he jHlrt. .tim of iur inj : r or the i itl4r of the North or who wouM frown u(on m-enes tu either M'loli Who .1 "ten li"t in .otneotion aui jauu- 1 true on BJj ri . . r' i n- tolinbrokt was the u must be foumletl iuij--rtcii by jreat llowJ that tlie more rnl idle the wrto ipi-i anl tfie higher lues wha h in m l ;j.rtei l)ie of each Ma-tum in the late war. the Ii : g : he nutriment art'or U1 (a'rioti.iti t aii hy ttie-.r ootiteiunla lt ea'h skf-tioii, therefore, while i tt in the virtusa of the other, ald to "- l alriotitui of the ountry by ltiurf in br&a ui marble shatti ami the t ion. ret r he a riei ,'ranite jules the valor of its sons, ami em N aoii every pae of A history Wltl tiie Cory of their i . cuts After (eakin at some length uhiii the heroiou an i orowe-.i ot lnth armies, tien r. iforioii ;ntrol i, el itali-tics coiuring the M,,oatiin. wealth, means of transor lation, number of manufiu tunnt: aafajbnab m-n s from ainrh to supply armies etc., in the Houih with those in the North and a t' the ijreal diadvauta'S under which toe S. mi i h labrei. In ieekiii the IMUPotcff this marvelous J ! ..i resisting DOWOff shown by the aouth, ' continued the tieneral, "it i rojw.r to take into the aceount the laot that she ort'upied the interior lines of le fem e lint to mv muni, the one ititlicn-nt explanation the Woaj OMMM4 i to Iw fuml iti the reat. iMatinctiTO, primal t'touicht that moved, lominatol and in tpire.1 the southern peopi. It' lh northern sol. her was iuiiellel by the thought that a disruption of the 1'nioii en lanu'ered t!ie erm.iiiem e of our tree i'l'titutions. ami that to .-ave the (JoioO i- -.i.- KVpuhhcau fretslom on th rontmenf, the South was iuoyei, on the other hand, by obedience to "Nature's tirst law" the law of self-defense. if she sought to sever her relations with her sister North, it was in the belief that she ooM rind safety under a government of hiinioeneous institutions. Her declara tion of a desire for ie;ue and for a i-otitini;- e of friendly relations, was emphatic ajaf - : re It in the progres ot sucivesling war she crossed her borders and bore her tmnm rs northwaril, it was with the hoje of WnhM the withdrawal of Fisleral forces from her territory and of com pe! ling recog a of her indepeodonoa. The one con trolling, all-pafToanag thought that throbbod th.-o.ijli ever-, rinre ..t' tlie Southern brain ... ', r;ie rtgno or merstare. tlie M proyorty. Of home and oi UberfV, were . ri v .l.ei ii the issue. The -pirit of detente, not ot ih- aa mr of compiesr, nerved her t.etii le This her Itdpiy of txwer; this the t wer of her amazing strength: this the ladividu d inspiration that inale of her lodividuaJ soldiers individual hens-.-, who have left a re ord BOOq ualed in the annals of war. A ii now. let the manly virtues of the fathers to I 'lie -uiuie-- purity of the moth ers dwell ri My :n their sons and their lauhurrs. iet pervjiial and public honor be ' i'. in ling law lsth of your thought and of your action; iet yotlf representatives. Mate (shed fmee re a- aml rep let consi Keleral. 'till maintain untarn tatioiis for iiu orruptibility in . II : delay to the whole eoiintry icnons in peace as was your do- vofion to the South during the devastating war, let the Booth's pthted faith to the inent I'nion of the ."states and the legitimate results of the war l forever t all the enoatiiatioaoJ pI to unite more closely the ile. and at the same time so ity ind iTiniDiiiv of adminis itng you their sim-erest and d baaapiooa. Then, in the m to its high destiny, tend i Hist nil ghlent man h as the B the .Ulh Will ranks at the h names of S)'itln -olliers will 1: p ii' iiis and 1 history. me her place with the f the olurnn, and the stafesii.eii and Southern among the ino-t con- re 1 in our coiintrv's id - ami AfW the tinng of one nurvlrel guns by Montgonierv field artillery, Iav!, at an'eil hv Col. Reese, ret-irnel !. his rarriatr'. to which wer hitehl four Iwauti t'ul gray, ami was driven to hetlty Hall rui;l!ng reception was held in the office of the Alahama Monument Asss ia : ,-'n s 'he hand of the venerable ex-PrtsJtWaJ of 'he Not less than ten thousand visitors have arrived in the rity within the past days and had the weather been Jine at least five times that number would have been present to nffn to 'he addrese frjerigbl a theatre pary, MbMMd by a german a' 'h hue t ,e " mentary b Miss Iavis, ws- given. Totoor- anv'!-. "2 I'-h H inument. ntho einirr Tik Wi I Vhi(!v.' s Apr' N-i ,r K!"i - wh for the past past five vars ha- -Mincer f at Woshtmrton. today pre- r- f re. ai! and trwk foraaol :a- .f MJH President Elmore wss ac esSOPWnieil to the F t r ' Mar gewasjaaw Wwi V - I n -r. Ifl aajasM I rrf bs letters f recall referred to the ie ercredi'ed to the Tn WrlhM i a IW r a) 'i. Apr, M -Forty y.am firls tl at T. A. l hilHsaaj a ffoo i totton inowy wn- k e -osnd nf ibiif i asinnSsa ot noon, imanj- were asu mill to and they S .1 - will atwreot sn she FATE'S BREAD PILLS Are Not What the Nation NVeds to Cure Its Ills. M CAUSE OF LABOR TROUBLES. Mr Frye 1 bosks Tarirt Protection it Wrijt h Needed American Ships tor American Mails A Con gressional Fisherman Loses his Hooa. VYtnUis c s. April In the Senate today Mr Morgan .'noted to lake up the bill to indemnify the t 'bluest for loaws sustained hy the lhak River riot, but yielded Ul Mr. Miu-heil, of iregun who spoke ou a uie monal submitted by the conference of ihe New York MetUodist hp i -nopal chtiih. praying tor proU tioii for the Chinese in the I uited States. Mr Mitchell recited the statement of the memorial referred to and dt m) t: -i viuc parts of it. He said '.fie pre,s ot the a-t and even eastern statesmen had no -repre sented the Pacitu oast oil this u,Uealioii. He aaserte.1 that lio insult ha! beet: oderred ttie i.ea htnese mini-ier at San Kraneisco. He rtduule.1 the pro-osi!ion mmie in the neWsi-ai-ers that the hairi:ian of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations should meet the tiea M.-iu -T-r fnun China at the flopol on his arrival here, as it was not done with other foreign representatives. Mr. Mitchell read from the proooadiDgl at the oiiveiitioii at a-rametito, Culiiorma. and Hiked to hu-e ttie memorial from that ( onvention limited in the Vut'fvtwu fsswral Se eral ."senators ohieeted. Mr. Ingalls state! that consent had boM given some ilavs ago to iirint in Hie lion-l t memorial from the women of I tab. It turnel out to fie a vulgar, profane, obscene and indecent document and fie would not again consent to have anything priutisi m the H utile-.-, its oontontl were vouched lor hy smie cnator. Mr, Mitchell promptly fOOi bed for the SSOsOSJN ial he offered, ami after criticising the delay of the Committee on Foreign Relations in re-irtin- hi CSbioOBS immigration prohibi tory hill.be warned the r-s-uate that they would hae to come squarely to the mark on the suhjes t. The Senate ordered the memorial printed as a document :-imply, not to go in the Bseerat Mr. Mitchell having COsV ludtsl, the Post OtttM Appropriation bill was taken up. Some deliate arose on an amendment pro I OOtd hv the ."senate committte appropriat ing ,0oo for carrying Smth and Central Ainerican. Chim-e and Australian mails. and authorizing the i'o-trnaster-t ien eral to make, after due adver- tisemeinent, contracts for five years' will Amerii ati steatif hips, at a rate not to ex ceed for each outward trip, one dollar per nautical mile Oi distance, hv the direct and feasible course, lietwecti the u-rmina points. Mr. Back tiiought the amendment subject to the usual point of o-rder as new legisla tion and also as limiting the postmaster n Bjsjal to a bJsjbj of vessels ami for a term of years not heretofore contemplated Dy ttie law. n suggestion ot Mr. Piumh, however, Mr. !! ,. k withdrew the miint of order f"r pi atiii-a " -vmbmsbbI the amendment. It was similar in chara.-ter, he said, to the provis ion of last year .- hill to which t.ie Postmas- Ist General hod not given effect. There ha 1 been ststetuents to the elhct that the Intention existed to subsidiaa stnanishln Tlnio engaged in foreign trade. This Mr. Plumb said WM not BO. The proposed amendment was intcndtsl as a step towards doUkf for American commerce with foreign countries wliat we had lss?n doing for internal com merce. Mr. Bock -aid in- ohjei tion to the amend ment was that it looked to crippling our postal fai ililiea rather than advancing them. In our inland mail traif portatioii we did not care whether the wairon in which it was carried was built in New Jersey or in Paris This amendment sought t pay Ameri-i-an ships which might take twice as long to deliver mails as other ships might take. Mr. Plumii cared a uood deal where the wagons were built. lie would have them all built in America. Mr. Frye said we now saw the working men of the republic in great confusion. Each House of Congress and the President had a rernedv, which remedy wa.- arhitra lion. That did no harm, but it was giving brown hrea 1 pills to a fevered patient. It did not strike at the rest of the disease in MM '.east particular. What wa- the dttSMef According to Col. Wright, of UH labor bureau, we hail a million idle laborers; eon samontly when the Knights of Labor stop ps work which they had a right to do they found to their amaze ment just as many men ready fort ne aant plan's as there were places vacant. Then among the more thoughtless of the idle came the temptation to iolence. then rio? cone and an appeal, perhaps, to the courts, or arbitration, or possibly to arms. The great piestion was. how did it happen that there were enough men to take the places of the strikers' It came from the fa t that the prilu t of our factories, farms and mines was m. - than we could one. Iast year we produce.) fifteen billion dollars' wor I. of g'Mls and exported only t wo per i ent. of the whole. We imirtd from tireat Britain last year thirty seven million dollars' worth of oottOw gools the ctton f .r which, had fieen raised in the t nit.dB fates. Kvery dollar worth of tfis. . - as well have 'sn made in tli 1'nite.l Slates. If it had leen. we might have given employment to a h ir, ,)-.-! thousand more men than hail found employment. The last tariff rotn- -s on male reduction of from l h c pr -erit in the duty on cotton g-N. ! ' n reaeil the iraporrarion bit stopsl work Tfie present Morrison taritTbill pro- poaes anoiner ren union or from to per sal at work less n i r aii so i'l o-;t S o, three, or five A rnenran w - beln Mr. F Mr. Frye re K-' d th help Mr Bk Mr Frv Iv to TW ... v rsmm;ttse tl x.iervton n fl paragrapb maj a (-re iH FfriOW! to med --ofl r Mil The kwi for tbo pfenj hav iew Twk, "esi were Ilk those oi the broad J uuiala. and aa they leaped tuuiaituoualy ovr their grsveiiod 'sei ibarv tfiwuuaU in the auashinw oub I which aUi pa Leua-ht oursa? of tin ss It lurreul ot k.sl and the Here he wa again g -1.1 I .st isl: .... ::it r al t.r 'tupelieAJ t.. v .el J tb ffour and obtain j present tils ftu.a a- in the ! 1 Hepburu, of Iowa offered an amend lo the Missouri river appropriation irave Mr rlit lit piuvidwl for an expenditure of the up-..'- (.rati .n bi the hecrttary of the War without the uilsrventkax of the Missouri Kiver i om mi seion barging their salaries amounting to $PJ Unu per annum were m than one tford of the entire appropi ia i iiuadt i' Jlhr s tiou uuirr ooiiaideratiOLi a half penny worth of broad with an tnhuite leai r - . It se"uieal 10 bun be saaajtni and i hallengtsi couiradiclun, tfiat liu-re was no com iuerv worthy of the 'txiuv on the MfsntMsTi rivnf TOO s learn boats bail passe. 1 onsjnfl Ituirts in five years. Again, the ruer meandered ait over the country He lal known it t change its tourse eight miles., in a night Mr. Willis humorously - ett.si that the river might make lie way into Iowa next year, ami the gentleinai Would tliec . t- , . -;..!. M' Wan.. . I Nf -s- .r. delended the oli.miss. .11 le daring that its members were actuated b motives of honesty and their only purpose was to utilize tfie river and cut down the exorbitant freight rates of railroads. Mr. Mam hard t liuisiana. uuoted from a Uttsf wntieii by Mr Hapburn to the Missouri river lofivention ill which he expressesl his sympathy with all honest efforts to improve ttie waterways of the couutrv. Now the gentleman had said that the Missouri river was not one of the waterways of the coun try, and the worst of it is," suggested Mr. Boon, of Maine, "he has proved it. A man be fW tinned. OQfl was not in favor of honest improvements of water ways was a foolish man. Hut did that man think Omgress was in favor of throwing money into ever) waterway' Mr. OlHajlOJIf . of Ohio, de fended the Committee on Id vers ami Har liors and intimated that Mr. Hepburn's op position to the Missouri river appropriation arose from the fai t that two Mnes of rail way ran along the river. Mr Hepburn re pelled the insinuation. He had no interest in any railroad more than any other citizen, but he was not one of those like the psntleman from Ohio who were always ready to howl against corporation-, boOMM in certain circles votes could he gained by it. Mr. Wand and Iock rv of Missouri, defeated a Missouri river tip propriation, and dwelled upon the neces-ity of securing cheap transportation for the People. Pending a vote M the amendment the committee rose. The House then, ai V n adjourned. - BATSMEN'S BEST. Ottereil on the Diamond In VestsrUaj's On me The National League Offi cial tteores. . w x nxisasa stwiv l.oulavtlle-PltttiirCh LOGISVILU, April L's. -Oalvin was mijsisl in todny'l game, and while the Pittsburg uffsfod defeat the contest was unusually interesting. The ooicial score was as fol lows: Innings 1234 5 679 iiiisviUe 0109 0 000 12 Pittsburgh 00000 no 1 o 1 Hose. hits IUM.i'f. f iAW;"' Plteh. p- Ramsey. Morris. : D pi rv Young. 1'hiladelphls-ltiiflalo. Phi i. pki.i iii . April 38. Tbo home team played today by spurts, and the visitors were Dooiy aeientea. r.rrors were numer- monnd the game devoid of interest. The othcial st ore was as follows: Innings 1 2 I 4 6 7 s I Philailelphia 5 0 1 0 1 0 7 0 1 1 Hiittiilo 0 01 0 0010 24 HitM' hits ts rbtlsxtslpbla. i'i. BeJMa, 1 I'hilaiklptua, 7; Buffalo. 11. Km lis HHltlinore-AMalSSJoa, IUi.timokk, April Js. -The game todav was played -omewhat loosely, hut gained interest by tne eloeonsni of fJstCaeore and the fact that I tenth inning was j.layisl to de cide t be victory. The official score was as Hows: Innings 12 3 Baltimore 0 1 0 Athletics 2 0 0 4 5 6 7 8 0 1 0 1 0 0 4 0 0 9 10 S 1 0 2 Ban ints Baltimore. Athletics. 11 - Baltimore. 1 Albi I fin ders -Taylor, Atkinson, empire Fenruson. St l.oul. I I l, I IOl.il I Sr. I.oi i-. April Js - The game today was easily won by tlie home team, the official - .re hem a- follows I tin mio- - 12X4 5 979 Bt LOOS .. 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 47 Clnetnnatl I t t I f M 1 t-l Haee tnm-St. Imii. 12; I'lneiunali, Krmrs .-t lons7; QxwtOnstl, t, PitCbeiB Fottta, Murj.fi) . UtopilS Kelley. Met ropoiitHii Brooktysv iw TOOK, April SB, times her tHfllV resulteil as follows Inniturs- 1 2 I 4 I 6 7 Metn.pilitan 00000000.1 1 Hp-.klyn 0 1 o 2 1 I I Base hits Metropolitan. 1 Brooklyn. - h'T..r Metn -p.! it an. , Brooklyn. I. I'lti tiers Oishman. Itarklus. f'mpin f arlin. Innings- 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 New York 10 i ii o (i 0 0 l - ; Newark 0 l h o 0 0 o o o Bas; hits .'a Vrk I .Newark. 1 Krror-ew York. ; Newark. L I iteher-Keefe, s-mith Ci ; n Wiae. a FROM THE GRAND STAND Tli ! at Nhlll and N Orleans ( Inasly C'onttst n1 I" r lnan9odslnj ssBskal H.uita Non n i r. April 2. -The Spring meet ing of the Iivieg Park Asnanlntini snosanj today with a large attendance, the spot t hjrnisbe.1 was of interest and the time fast r rmt rare ai-ven eiebthr mile Cork'un wot -ig. second Harfast. third time 1 . U n i race -half mile. Itrillantine won Wary -.. n ! P.. esse d third time Alt Thirl rare mile dash Rmkfail won Ma- :?! -...nd. F-nie Ix.uis third time I .'si. I urth rac Ssfsi and oTe-eirhth Mani ton won Rice second King o third f im 2 ". Vow Oka, kass, April 2s. -The second day r,- wr rarrl on todav fine weoincr 1 ; k ni-M t '. s' 1 ' iX- nret rar ie ta' - v r - t. 'iler-r.. r. ae. rd !''"' third T ate nd ra.e ae-rati oxfthth of a sails, Floscl Tav !" w P-iee aemnd Lydia - -1 rare vetsdHh of s mile. Jim M InfbBs won. K ridT kahn - i Vv AoHioo wmo TV- I a KftA Rnrati Hal IsMslMVeMI Ky April 9. WorarJoH A Kaebesnn s horse toss tn cool is wed Vwtny . Head sod ths s-w n hwongbf 91 i 9M on aereaasj of 90PM saw hood The -sx prieo woe for Hi s iTsssas U Prank ew York ftl rtWe fome Wilkes u f "rinjts. of loTionOsat, Ky., 91 02ft a "rr tessn cf Kay geWlings Ky Maax'1 ari I la. THE CHURCH'S BAN ,. Ifu&t Not Bloug to the Kuighta of Laabor. THE LEI If R OE THE MA1DAMENT I be Opinion ot the Holy See A J erso to the Order Uaed Upon its Con stitution A Warning to Cath oiiCi to Keep Aloof From the Order HqsTTSKal, April 'Ih. Tbo following i mini in afdmal TacbrreaM - maiidamriit againat the K nights of Iat"' rvnoua note, atlelidtsl with disastroui couflagra lions and great loss ot life, nave otn urred in a number of Hies in the I nlted Stales and if tlie new sias rs are lo lie believtsl ihese t: irtunes ate the result of strikes organ ied by a society whose rani locations extend everywhere and count as its member- laboring men of lOOfj kind. Having learne.1 that delegalrs of the a irty knowti .is ihe knights of 1 -at'wt iave -nleav oreo to rx ruit meiiits is in some paii-'.f tli.s pr o .i. . w i..ev n our duly, dear hrethren.to place you on jour guard against it. and please remark that we do this by the advice of the Holy See. In the month of October. ss'.. we sent to Itoine an autlieiiti opy of tfie rnUfi and constitution of the above -in lety, which copy fiad heen handed m oiieiil Its members Who Wished to find out what right or wrong there was bj Almost one vear later the . ont reg.it i n of the holy oJtic-, aft r hav ing examim-d these constitutions with all DOOaasnry pre cautioas, sent us the following aii-vver which should lie for you an absolute rule of onduct and keep you away trots all Knights of l.;i:.or. Lollowiug is taken from answer ' hi a - mint of the principles, organization and slatutes of ttie Knights of Iibor aso latioti that association is to lie relegate.! BjnoJM ttiose wfii h are prohibited by the Hoh St. In accordance with tfie instruction of thi- supreme congregation, given hereto fore, we do not ignore, dear brethren tfiat to elude this direct condemnation it was be- ieved that certain changes or alterations m the constitution would suffice. In connec tion with this we remark two things: First, that judgment being based on the principles ot the organization and the statutes of the S4M-iety, everything would Lave to be altered so as not to be reached hy the condemnation. Second, that the Holy .see is the only cotn- lietent judge to decide w hether the charges made are apt to render thi- society SOOSp table for the children of the church. While waiting for this dodoJon a Catholic nnit onsider the society as a forbidden order. fhe congregation of holy otlices continin- to exhort the bishops to look ukii as guiltv of a grieviotis sin, and unworthy of absolu tion, all those who persist in remaining in this society and all similar ones. Murderer i'lahertv'a Fate. Dktkoit, Mich , April . Kdward Flaherty. a . i-ed of the murder ol Jud ..iiial iiciii".. . i' s,,u nifiiiiien n ward three of the county jail, where he boo for oosnponionk, IMvid Below, the al leged ham burner from ireetitield, and nrfOOsI s;iliKn keeixTs who are iloing short terms for not paving their liquor tax. hi- hiilge Keillv, rlahertv s counsel, will Iiave the case pUn ed on the May ttOOaOl of the lrctnt court for a second trial. fcx-Judge Keillv will insi-t on the Immediate trial of his client when the May term begins, and if the prosecuting officers are not ready to proceed he will renew his prev iou- motion to have Flaherty released hq his ia-r- DOl ns-ognizame. s nOeonsI Warn sTnos sew Paw. CiN.iNNVTi. April 18. The freight and yard men of the Ohio A. Minttnuppi at Store's station bftTl made a demand for an increase of pay on and after May 1. They now rii?eive 1 .2" per day, and ask Jl.Vi, lieing w lling to work the same iiiimkr ot hours as they now do. Ihe demand wa- in verv fsnpootfnl language, and the men are at work as usual. The number of men em ployed in the yard varies, though at present then are not more than thirty or fortv. Kvervthing is otiiet, and then is the beat Of feeling all around. A strilir shot DOSM St. Ioirs, April 2s.- At 7 o'cloi k this morning m. L. withers, a non-union Hwitchinttn etnployod at the Union depot, shot and instantly killed John iblons, s striking snspiOyO of the same company Wither- states that M was on his way home and uinin riaching Fourteenth and Spruce-sts. he was accosted by Oihbono who called him a scab. Two other irsons sp proatdiel froas liehind and seizel his Withers arms, i hn all three -truck him and he, breaking lKise. pulle. his i U) and tired at iilifms, who dropxsi dead, shot through the heart. Withers, when n bra lnited Pre reaTter did not lir any marks on bis psrosn snd a' knowlenlge.) that he did not see any eaiin in the hand of Oibbooi when he was shot. s Fatal tanSawSSO of l ard Tank Cim i'.n, April At afiout o'clock thi afternoon, while s gane inen were working arourvl a large- ti"n larl tank, in Tofiev V B-iotfi packing h"iie from vi unknown cause it exploded James ban ford aged ixt v . was intantly killed. Pat Muidoon. aire"! tbirtv-seven, snd Mstt Ation. agd fourteen, were seriousiy hurt - t ruber were mors or lew inlured. - s For Horn Knl W-i' - Apr 2- -Thoro wa s htf msss nieting here Uniffht at Mrot Ten pie for H r" I i- f r IraJsnd A ar.re or rtioe f senator" and ongreaan.'T at uiin tfie p'stform Sd tfie f w ravennnl with pxipi oogrvsarnan ''sn dell pre-ided. FsrTdt?s Wti ssrifca Aptil Tne wo', RotbchiM A Son furniture fartrwy y ester 1st mVi f -rrnal demand that tber be paid hy the dar inweod of br the piers Tlie firm ref iia-d I ac-ede to the desnond and 'he n- te 'h momisg - - Kvakt Kh. April 2. Jams Tnrw --' !' IT " rt ' three iatt and -f I renAwl to dot j arte of the hotter bofoff a ssdosssSd Jaoenssa 1 from ' rs k vi"" .-ta -,i T ' !-- A rki' tbUTtA Cam A Fweal Fan. c g r.i 1 H - V - ' ' wt -.-, r,n j Chensey. o seooainsnt holiness nxon of yasssrdsy Kr mli - - 'aT s " ' ' -rrr -r fn in rsnes Tw srreas n orsv. kmrH on OW sasv j tTowi'i sseanersowro; fhsr nentbsi. p seen 1 1 tnoni rHI END HOPED FOR 1 l t llK.i I VII. 14 ) M. ftoonofsjni u.bi ..I Ik Mi is tri laH i a. April llie prottahilUitw piunt lo an nstiv close ol the Stfiho OVttf tttr v.ouki syaleau I bia is to U t-r -ughl aOout hv Use Citiaeii toautiiiiie a t.o ii.Hsut, aUUid.ug lUat they rsoe. v rd but in lie euioutat-mueiit trout iiuair liave eaineslty suugtit a wav out ot ibr dithiulii fbal Ihss Uave duuesu is iioa aiau.isi ir sji. 1 In vieia ..-of i he plan are not yi aulhcssblly malimd thay aa) lo allow of their publu BOO but tbej are williug to alair tfiat thev aiilaubum a plan lo ll Lxe utivt flour. 1 Kuigtilaof lAtiui, a hereby an tiouoratur adjuatiueut iua be had and a or a i teamed by the gread marit v of the Utesi now utt a alrike The otiitiiitloe . is.u. t h .r to insure that to the Knights i uuquss tioushie and ate orrtain Utai ibeir plan will - It i sc. J il as th! a. . en :. luol ally certain It aseui- thai when Ibe couimitus dlM v ered it was uae.osa to trv Ui elttai a . om promise with the railroad thev approached leading men 'it- at. ? .:. v.- .'... t.iat.2 of the k nights of labor and broitfht every argument possible u bear upon them to delare tlie strike oft' hevera! titelne- t.avt hell he.: 1 weei. iiUilUtUw and the kuia'hls. and loniglit a preliminary mesUjrig of ihe citizens ommitlee aa- held at wbi L resolutions Scft ui. .pted tifi'.lij. Ihe I Xis u live li.iard of ttie kmxhts of labor lo de clare the strike of! and pledging the ooui m.ttee to t: everv Bit-an with its (! to brmg atMit the nun 1 1 -desired arbitralioii Willi the railroad company for the purpose of se. uring tlie reemployment of the strikers who havi not tieen guilty of in!ra lion of the law or otfeiiaea against the rail road lomiieny Thom resolutions will he plaienl before the tieneral Kxecutive Boarrl oflbekuighia and it is considered ieru.ii lliey will officially declare the strike off within the next twenty-four hours. Km York, April 2. When trould was asked about the report thai the st i citizens committee had bees succtwsfi.l in arranging s compromise hetwisi, h in and the strikers, he laughed and said there a nsj strike. All trains, he ds larml are nosj leing liandlisl with case hv a smaller tone than ever. There Were no vacancies op the road now. wheo any oiurrslold em ployes would not lie discriminated against if they aishisl to return to work The cm zens' committee have made no arrange rnetits with tlie i ompahv. s KENTUCKY LYNCH LAW. A Trimmer Lcaia. Ituu for II i OnSl U Literally Klddlrtl with Itnlldla. Lite BoWLUra Bub, ky.. April fBV Monday night Mend v Jones, s mulatto twenty t.. year0 of age enleresl the bouse of L A Freeman, at Auburn, Ixigao county, and found his way to the room of tlx sj daughu-rs whotu he chloroformed for criminal purposes Ilefore he could ixn summaie bis desire one of the girls ten years old, awoke, saw him and screamed for assistan- a The block brute jumped from a window and tied for his Uk tracks to his house, hut lie was DOt there fhe woods were scoured and telegrams si-nt in all duistions. As tti. resi.it i. was arrested yesterday at ! instead Ligan ountv. W hen an Auburn constable went after liitn Jons coufessel the Sttemptod ititrage. but said he was drunk. He wa- left in charge of thru guards st a private bouse tor the night there being no jail. At 11 o clot k p. m , thirty masked men came and over jKiwensl the con-table and his deputies. In the Bcritnage which proeeded this action one of tfie guards, Alex For b, was shot bj the lia k hv n cidetit. When the mob came to put the rpe around June- neck to bang him he deia-rMteiv resist. -1 and ti rial 1 V broke ami ran. The mob fairly riddled him Willi bullets. He died lhtahtiv. O A BRUTAL FIGHT. A Thirteen-Itound Content I ought I eater day Afteraooii In th X M A (tyninaaliiim sf lelr..t DrrnotT. April 2.-The particulars of a most brutal glove fight, which took place in the V. M. C. A. I miias'.uiii this aft-rnon. have just lrake out. Two young men named Lytic h and F.lliol, had an old score to settle and chose the afx.ve natnesl time ami place Thev fought tb:rlen rounda when iM.th men agre-l U. call it s draw Both owes bnxfiy nsawshon. The affair is likclv hi create a lively sensation, owipa; to - amlal w hi h it t ,sv : aO K. A lies F.Kir. Ps . Mar- '. 2s The tin , ' ' h cago freight on the New York, penrmylvan- SI 4k Onio rail rood was d,n bel umigbl st Bristol station, twelve miles from f'iry, and the engine and fifteen ears precipiiati-d ' the bottom of the embarikment Tfie t n- msn, Petei llMise. while jump.r f life, was caught sno r th engine and liter ally r'.stil a); rn npia'l ;'. . said to have lmn the cause. Tramr n interferel with and iawacnger are bobkff traniiortel abound the gate s Wh f Aairtw te KsA a iUlak Csloair l.i... April 2- A J Mundell. ink imr at Sheffield o-lar aaid Um '.h - . pr i-'iaal were tlie resij't of rv.viction tis-l p"i ';' ' '" of !'e w ta-birn (tf Aarmo ti do rurht in stiite of laissible of even prolable pofil i' nd.gnation The rs fusol of self-govern msnl S9 Amerirn low that colony to Q rest s i Had the d wxand lieen granted A merVa wool 1 beiat I und tfi It? h fla. ws Frit fiofitui bnonrM Ones . . . - A i -i .'- Aey'irMertt hi in tf ; ' t ' -h filav in the rase of IrTi7 -s s rrs .' the Lnited Haie Snow a reevtsnt - t lake was r-r'tss - sss wndsr the Kd mnnds st frer unlawful whsMtothni o aevsn WOtwen He was noneF-ted mr w tfie ra of tlie rni P' 1 n' g T ' h p T.t,s- I f ', "frTJ'OS ' it ol rdav O) a T . . o c W A: . Trrs jw w ir rirs .-':ssp a ,ra-i to sohantt ks s of Ksroon. hose emndW) u .... IhlnrM sfioh.. Anvfl 9 J . t 'f'C a ' a fsaj r f"n a - r r ti.',- ,t r. m . i The T r v Hrasio. of Onstsd ftai sok of tods ho en snooflsn norojoti of th avW Jwdsw Wktboy, in 'a - S th. i DISSATISFACTION strprfsxewiil by Fur nit ure W ark fMw Over the Oonflbreaoe. MPORUIT MEEIIIC LIST RIGHT. Ttie Mi w'c!i.oii Mot DectOO lo dar 1 besv (asm a Victory Strast Latsorwra Mfata Out vVt.st Win tss the Result In aonurdoiuw out the aciiwn takso 1 ussduv i.iiLl hv ihe coiumillss rt-puist-iii ing the luimiure u.sioiis. i .n in tsxttv wniisrisim with the oouiatu . . u,.,h. i.i-i ih m.nkri aho it. s in. gs wsM callsxt in tne several furniture tarrlories nod a is port made lo the ii..)i. of (hi uiiimatitui uf be lush u la tu rem Ttas nssn ware rlistli bed a lib the offer ii.ade and lo iiiemlMHa from each shot se' added u. :h .u.ft n u... .: ;s With it iiumeruaJ wtrauftti m. teastsi i.. Hie funutuii s.ckeis , -iuii ;is met laal evening at lb omasou ouaol ruoma and with hsrrsd doors disonoswd tho siknBV lion iieirt were sutu. lies! hi lin t. ( . seutatives from the he vera; tacioi es Ihe inn. ir.i i .it : i n againsl ihi ece-piaiu- of tin prop . nun sj ttie manuUv luser All bases .t lbs ( .i-stioii were diacuascd and li.eii.tls ot tlit ollglhs. oii.ISilU Sen lull avk wartt about asanri.ng thai their ootiaU ui'iits Would never t-ouwhl U. the niin iromiai ir..j -.-,-.! h a as reaoi vsxl hv liiost n-st nt that he iht tisnlt W ha. iue n.o ieslred tin maelves lo stand to anv notaon alii h the I liioii migbl Isai A resolul.oi. vn- adopieaf lnatruiiihf h delegation to csil or. the i emplovers toilsv and iioi fv then, thai t.'.i I i- Workers lnsiskOd on the adoption of LhsXT ngmai proitoaition It a a- furtliet n lved tttsl the hiannfai t urera be rsnjues! give ai. affirmative or inyni. i up lo the leoiiest and di-ia-nse with tin r-.-vines I the coiHUiltUn ft. .tn th I'uti.iiiiir asso iatioii in furthei i oiitereiKxss oh the auh- 1. J be general opinion exprsasssd by thins- present ass in etfeal thai tiiey lesiirHt men-l fn-rsonaliv with their employees and lav I adore them the iBiiMinain oi in. luediau a lion. I he men e: iireestsf them ! ie i ; ti ke but fe-i that Ihev are a-k-'. 'n y e w he n .. h slid liw the mi'i.tifa) Hirers h dietat u-itm The committee of thirty nine will mea-l tonight ami rejKirt the resuli of then t.in feretice sith lh ser. empivtrs A decisiou will then U rest he', a- n. the furtner nourse tlie niofi sill purstn and the piestmn of a strike !'. ,-d .:; i. i I lie men are oou ami s : xert v erv 1h.i i lo hr.ngatio.il h M'ttlemetit of the ,tmorlaiil I ues 1 1 on. Ilrew. ru . k. For some t inn the Hrewi-rv I mon, oooa- iosed u shout eight t no n stup. id '.In hrewene of i!j . t has Ueji fllinissilix tne matter o detxiandi l. . at, .mnv-as. i wtff'"iiefr1e.i Vi demand an increase' Th age- of ttrtv : vt rent and shonr hours. The emplovers were allovad a mo - ' th matter ate' n tin mean time a est . a- i. a itbout coining h an acre no tit The em lovers rr-fus-' to sc. sit to the inand- ) the I'nion and at a meeting held 7 nsnfbn even. tig a af ke sa- rdreo in issriii ai fiveociink e-terdhv morning Aiardmgly when tli hour BOOOi uiin arnvad 11 erunloves from foren.i i u chore lars redused to go to work. Tin ven deiermmeii, out no tbramt of fons or vio et.ee 'i -e 1 evoept at thi i rial n wery . where Mr Tuscb one ol lh pro rietim lsxle.l a wagon an : siarul out to eliver ls ' . hi men 1 1. 'eateinesl v- unload t he i eg t.ut be told tint i In Would snMl sn V man s in. o- i o c i..ni a an i r. was allowe.1 to drive awsv and sr. i attempt wa mode to get possession of the wa-ori iiti l.yon-st but w itfeMit sussaa A onifen in l t. of t!. aii reaers was retiresr't .le". nv ein lovers snd emSOSSOS. ems hold 9 .. .. attei . tat ion o eon , " k tfsl by vtlin Ii tfie tnen s i ISJSJi st. htii of twenty fire to tbirtv er -st m ires and fa- required v r t lei hours a dav lieratofore tne men hM Workel fr. -rn twelve t4i s teeti hoars tlee ai'sgc fjet iir. ties' I - "'r. i to nn si -ej ifn riipraoiiM an returnel t- .'V. at 'I'K.ri . a u, . th w ag" for ten hou r w at4rs. nellnr nson and ksti i f.r' er a l week swoood maltsters st wr week, first beer drive hamster 9' t week Fonr naon, engngwd in laving wobble nVm pavenient on laiot Hridge Ot., strm:k vwoet day morning for an advance In prices i hose 1 asm rseiimt seven netits r jrard u ' a- ' n I h ' isiru thai mentlse of tin lv-oj ,,f pOTJ Works are too onr- u a' alami the . of the atone tbs th atrtos are Usi arnsl to ewohie those to mal sjws nt tne old ri N" ar1 ' mssnt was ar-ted but it is ex parsed the sastles will be Hslf a i BJ plovsd hv Ms' ilsti dstnondnfl on in tin A lai "ire'l tfiat the sblv considered I nnono A pro 2 'raorgsF Iteosons . ,-r.g ' r, ... tn- ot, tfie eefired but. died st hia r.,,,.., ,, t I i . fcfo r.,f. .f ' . .,, . .,' pn-a - I b fi-al'. s i wen- ! af. r-mxt- lav u, lie frsmoted and the nshos s hs plane-' t v tb aide of bia a ft io hsatiarfitj f i notof i Broofclwn. I m emu-red the nae , L ,r , im r hial snrineee wa mosV IM end hs was idonod on tho n i e-pikss ?.) ) m saw sitill ' t M'diswi a !.' ' ' ,t. I we" t ko fkfasj knj Tf a i i-c 'ipT fiS T ' FN r: ia' s he- f. v ar trim. ftof. K itxf rawtdat ti bnfio m o garsf t. fee a serns ajfeo 9b fkrst afW lr li ifWti 'ft I' Hmran the tbf' rS hsetl SO war fVempony to HI.' 's4av- iet erf i US he Sa ' Se vre- Isoosd dead Vrwti tsw m it. e 04 Hie