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ANOTHER INDUSTRIAL ARMY.
Labor Troubles in the Coke
STRIKERS SUPPLIED WITH DYNAMITE.
Tivolve or Fifteen Thousand Men
CoNNKr.LSVir.LK, Pa., April 3 The
situation in the coke region $ at uerlti
c il stage. The Frick men at Trotter
hwe couie out and it is said a body of
strikeis inteud to uiarcb to Frick's
Duvldsnu works at noon and force the
oien to stop work. In the Sjotlsdale
ilsirict all the plants are In operation.
The feeling amoug the foreigners
throughout the eutire region is very
bitter. They seem well supplied with
AT THE OLIVER V IKS
The ruuu ot the Oliver works left
1500 tons of coke burning up in the
ovens. The company then, to save the
property, attempted to put uon uuion
men at work drawing the cake, when
the strikers set on them with stones
aud clubs, driving them from the
rounds. Iu the meelee several wire
oadly hurt. The greatest outbreak was
it the famous Hill Farm mines. About
400 foreigners from the Cambria works
irmed themselves with guns and clutis
ind started out to drive the men from
tne plants. They first visited the Hum
phrey works, and finding the men at
work, drove them away under the
nuzzles of the pistols. They then
visited the Anchor works. After all
tbe mfcu had been driven away, the
rioters fired the shanties at Hill Farm,
tut desisted at the entreaties of the
women and children. Suueriuteudent
Long, of the Hill Farm, had some
tlungarians arrested for attempting to
ourn the property.
EMBRACE THE KNTIKE REGION.
At 11 o'clock it was reported to the
abor leaders that the movement now
mbraces the entire cpke region, and
not a plant will be allowed to operate
without a struggle. Tne strikers
ihreateu to burn the places rattier than
.ee them operated.at the present prices
for labor, and, if they attempt it, a loss
,f life will follow.
THE COKE STRIKE PROCEEDS.
Over 10,000 men gathered at the
Oliver works today with revolvers,
clubs and stones. They attempted to
force the Engllsh-speaklug workmen
into line, but failed. The strikers then
started for Leith and Brownfield.
About twenty-five deputies are in
charge of the strikers camped iu the
woods near Leith, and will attack the
workmeu, it is expected, when they
attempt work. The rioters are nearly
War With Cowboys.
Ei.Reno, O. T., April 3. Advices
from the scene of encounter between a
band of Indians aud cowboys has been
brought by a courrier reported a fight
iu prouress, that eight or tou Indiana
and half that many whites wero killed
or wounded. Settlers are rushing to
the aid of the cowboys. They sur
roundbd the Indians and aro slowly
picking them out. Two troops of
cavalry have left for the scene of action.
A. P. A. Riot.
Kansas City, Mo., Aprils. In a
riot this afternoon betweon the A. i A.
and antl-A. P. A. politicians .oue man
was killed aud two mortally wounded.
Saveral are seriously wouuded by stray
bullets. There was trouble over swear
ing in deputy marshals who attacked
the A. P. A. workers.
Ooxey Still Marching.
niirraiimiii. Pnnn.. Anril 3. Tho
march of the array of the Common
weal to Allegheny uegau mm mori-
lug. The men art. advised to behave
during tho next two days, as attempts
will oe maue 10 ieu mew luiiujT.
Ooxey Well Bscelved.
PiTTSHURO, April 3. Ou the road lo
A'legheny, the army was well received.
All the schools dismissed for the fore
noon, and the boys crowded out of
town after the commonweal army,
cheering and singing. 180 men were
A Bigger Army.
St. Louis, April S.-General Fry's
army arrived at JeHersou barracks.
Uommonwealere were on top of box car,
eighteen cars Iu train, blx hundred men
in all, respectable lot.
Big Labor War.
rnoviDBKCE, ApillS. The biggest
labor war Rhode Wand has ever seen
is the struggle agaiu6t tho two-looms
system. All weavers are out today.
Tillman is Mad.
Columbia, 8. C, April 3. Governor
Tillman addressed tho militia today.
He said ho was more determined than
ever. If the mayor don't make tl e
police do their duty, he will ask tho
legislature to empower him to remove
Big Labor Convention.
Scottsdale, April 3. A convention
this afternoon is attended by 5000 men.
The leaders say Thursday morning will
see one of the most widespread and de
termined strikes over Inaugurated In
the Coke region.
In tho Senate.
Washington, April 3. Tho tariff
bill was taken up. Allen offered a free
coinage bill as an ameudmeut.
Washington, D. C, April 3. The
satiate this afternoon passed the
Behring Sea bill.
The struggle iu the Ouelll-Joy con
tested election case is occupying the
h mse. Patterson, of Tennessee, sajs
tuere will be no adjournment until
a 'tiou is had. There are 193 Demo
cratic members here, 14 more thin a
quorum and tho plan 14 to an est nil
absentees and bring them to the bar of
THE APRIL ELECTIONS.
Monday's Municipal Ballots Do A'ot
Helena, Moututiu, April 3.Tii
Kepublicans elect their entire ticket
with the exception of city treasure)
and two aldermeu, making the next
council stand Republican 10, 'D.miio
crats 4 Weed, Republic tu, for mayor,
p.illed 1,553 yotes; Husaoy, Populist,
484 votes; Biirs, Democrat, 074.
Cincinnati. Report) indicate the
Republicans have carried most ot the
Ohio municipal election's. In-Cincinnati
they are conceded victorious over
a fusion of clclzens tickets and Demo
crats, Cleveland. Returus'sliow the Re
publicans have wou by p'u-aiities raug
lng form 3,000 to 5,000. Iu tho lust
presidential elojliou the city went
Democratic by about 4,000. and lus
spring tbe Democratic candidate fur
mayor had nearly 1,500 plurality.
Mansfield, O. The Republicans won
a notablo victory here, e'eutlug their
entire ticket for tho lint time in tho
history of tho city.
Toledo. The entire city Republican
ticket was elected.
St. Paul. At Yankton, 8. D., the
straight Republican ticket was elected.
At Wahpeton, N. D., for the first time
tu many years, the Republicans carr'cd
Grand Rapids. The city election
here resulted iu an overwhelming vic
tory for the Republicans.
Hartford, Conn. The city election
resulted In a Republican sweep of such
proportions as Hartford has not seen
for many years. The eutire Republican
ticket Is elected with oue exception.
Cincinnati. Tho couut from the
election in the 120 Cincinnati prcclnts
was completed at 1 o'clock bat night
Five tickets wert; In tbe field. Repub
llcan candidate for mnyor received a
plurality ol 0,752. There were 209 votes
oast for the People's Party candidate.
Every Republican is elected.
Des Moines, Iowa. The Republican
elected their city ticket by majorities of
from 100 to 1,000.
Chicago. Ills., April 3. The election
of alderman, aud leu tickets in tie
field, Is attended by many disturbance.
At 23rd. ward polls several heelers and
policemen were badly bruised. John
Fell was shot twice In a saloon brawl
by Louis Suttleruud may die. In the
14th. ward Samuel Phelps was shot at
the polls by John Marshall, He may
not recover. A few arrests were made.
Kansas City, Mn April 3 Six
tickets In tbe field. Republicans lead,
A MOMENTOUS QUESTION.
Shall An Abandoned Railroad Divert
to tbe State?
Denver, Col. April 3. Judge Cald
well has Issued an order for the
abandonment of the South Park rail
road by the Uulou PaeJllfc The qua
tlon arise will the hue divert to the
state? The line la 38- milt Ioh. It
was built by Governor Brans and sold
to tbe Union P-clilo for 12,600,000.
MOHS TALKS TARIFF.
More of His Argument for tho
HIS POSITION ON TI1K INCOME TAX.
Eulogizes tho Patron Stints of
Washington, April 3. Speaking of
the proposed income tax, which he
warmly uphold, Mr. Voorhces said:
"Tho proposition contained in the
pending bill, to levy u tax of 2 per cent
on all incomes of corporations and of
Individiiils iu excess of $1000 per
annum, is so just aud equitable toward
tho hardworking tux payers of meager
resources throughout the eutire coun
try that not a word lu Its defensoor
explanation would seem necessary here
or uuywhoro else. But the uarrow
and corroding selfishness of riches has
tieon nrnued by this simple measure
if justice into fierce resentment and
contentious. We hear ou all bauds
ilie voices of individuals aud corpora
ins of wealth demanding that It
shll uot bo disturbed by the demands
if the slightest touch of tbu taxguther
m; whatever may be the demands of
i lie uoverument or tin oppression 6f
the toiling musses.
"I believe' the limit of endurance has
been reached; that tho time has come
for a test to be m kde between the
power of tuurded money and the power
of productive labor; that the people
Ironi this time forward more than over
before will organ'z-j aud take rapid
measures agtlnst. the continued and
brutal dictation of the plutocracy,
against the rule nnd suprem icy of the
rich in shaping the fluaucfal policy of
this government, iu their own inter
ests." Mr. Voirhees concluded as follews:
"When the day shall dawu lu which
t in far mar. the mechanic and the
wigo-worker shull alike have the right
and the privilege to go luto 'the open,
liberated m irkots of the land and buy
where their hard-earned money will
biy most f. r their wants, with none to
moles', to assess, to levy, to take toll,
or to task or tax, then Indeed will the
millennium of labor have come and all
tbu sons and daughter of toll shall rise
up and call their government blessed.
"In turning to another subject on
which much ignorance aud much
malevolent criticism has been beard,
the task Is easy. In securing a sufil
o'.ent revenue for the support of
the government with as light a
tax us possible on these neces
saries of !ifo, I have at ull times earn
estly favor l an luoreased tax ou
whisky. I would bo glad today If the
pen ling bill provided a tax of $1,510 per
gallon, instead of fl. 10 us It does. Rev
enue is rulsed from distilled spirits, tho
purchase uud consumption of whioh Is
imver a necessity of life; but the fact
that f2J,000,000 of surplus accruing
under the bill was furnished by tho tax
on whisky Is a genuine Joy to my mind,
my sincere regret is thut more money
for tho government was. not obtainod
from that source and consequently from
o'her sourcos of u dlllereut character."
IllRTHIJAY OK JKKKKRSON.
"Sir, this is the birthday of Thomas
Jellerson, One hundred and fitty-one
years ago today he came Into the world,
the greatest emancipator of thought,
philosopher of liberty and toucher of
the natural rights of man ever known
lu huiiMii history. The blow he struck
for freedom and justice and equity lu
governmuuture yet resounding throuh
out the earth, and they will never
cease to be heard until the last shackle
of privilege and tyranny Is brokeu. Ton
d y before his rout took flight from
his m luntuln lioma he wrote his part
ing words to hi own countrymen and
to all the race of mankind, With this
great dying me'saife before us and In
its spirit we tukd new courage and go
on with our work. 'All eyes are open,
are opening,' he said, 'to tho rights of
nnn. The general spread of tho light
of science has already laid opeu to every
view tho palpable truth that the mass
ofminklud have not been born with
puddles on their backs, uot a favored few
booted and spurred ready to ride them
legitimately by the grace of God.' Hall,
mighty message! aud hall it speedy
and certain fulfillment! All hall the
counsels of Thomas Jefferson In this
hour of caste based on wealth, or privi
lege granted by law, and of tnonoply
fatted on the slavery of labor!"
Thkkk Corvrs Lost. One pony five
year ok!, oue two years old, oue year
liiti:. all roan mare colt. I ft my
hirtiiUs Sunday, Murah 2.5th. Liberal
rjwsia ror ineir recovery or return,
R. O. Latourell. Aumsvllle, Or.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
BREOKINRIDfJE POLLARD FILTH
Social Corruption at Our National
Washington, April 3. Great ex
pectations ware focused ou the cross
axaminatlon of Col. Breckinridge by
ex-Cougressmau Jere M. WIlsou, par
ticularly hero in Washington, where
the abilities of both men are appreciat
ed. Expectations began to bo realized
after the noon recess when tho colonel
was delivered into tho bauds of his op
ponents. He had continued his slor.
of intrigue with Madeline Pollard1
through the morning, entering many
and reiterated denials of various state
ments made by her, aud relating hU
own version or the interviews with tin
Washington chief of polico, and of cor
respondence between himself aud
plalntlu. He had been testifying foi
nearly two court days, when his direct
testimony was finished, and ulthougb
Mr. Wilson plied him with questions
all day the cross examination was but
It wub expected tho colonel would
try to reconcile his reputation us n
moralist and-ohurch man, and this ex
pectation was not n misguided one, for
tho examination took that direction
from tho start. Tho first time he
showed marked cmbarassment during
the trial was whoh nn envelope wut
handed him with the request that he
read the direction and contents, which
he reluctantly did, because it was an
Invitation to Miss Pollard, in February,
1803, requesting tho honor of hot
presence at the reception to bo given in
honor of Hon. W. C. P. Breckenrldge
at Norwood institute, and Norwood in
stitute is the irrwt exolusivo aud fash
lonable seminary lor young ladles lu
The embarrassing presumption which
Mr. Wilson clung to, throughout, was
that the same standard of morality
should bo demanded of tneu as ol
women. Finally, at the olaso of day,
having secured ustatement that ho had
written no letters to Madeline Pollard
In 1887, Mr. Wilson sprung something
very much liko a trap, by dropping
into a line of questioning which Indl
cated that he had In reserve testimony
to sbow that the membor from Ken
tucky did write two lotters, through o
typowrltlst at the capltol. For tho first
time the defendant seomed to lose his
torn per and mado tho most strenuous
danlals, The typewriter, whoso testl
mony Is next in order, Is Miss Louise
Lowell, now a clerk in tho treasury
Washington, D. C. April 3 Inter
est In tho Breokenrldge trial Is lutensl
lied today by tho prosecution placing
on the stand Louise Lowell, a steno
grapher, who testified In tho mutter ol
tbe alleged correspondence with Mude
line Pollard. Bhesuld she copied letters
ou the typewriter for defendant,
returning to him the letters and copy
and envelope addressed to plalntlll.
rihe produced a memorandum book,
showing tho entries. The first com
munication begun: "My Dear Bister
Kansas Wheat Crop.
Kanaah City, April 3. Tho Btur
prints special dispatches from many
points In Ktnsas giving the condition
of the wheat crop, The reports leave
no room to doubt that the wheut plant
on a large area Is In a critical condition
and In urgent neo I of rain. Fully 3,
0)0,000 acres out of tho 4,500,000 In tin
state are suffering Increasing Impair
ment with every day of the present
dry and windy weather. That purt ol
the state west of Bumner county In the
south, and Republic county In the
north, with the exception of eight or
ten counties in tbe northwest, are iu
great need of rain, aud probably will
not raise a half crop- If rain does not
ooine this week.
Depravity in Gotham.
Nkw York, April a. T'je maque
ball of (lit Carmenulta club at Tum
many hall ended In a riot. The light,
ware turned out, a free fight followed,
and Terrence Gallagher, a race trnok
tiugh, was killed. Mark Buckuer bad
bis skull cracked and may die,
Q ilte u number are going out from
Salem to attend the political meeting
U ounnyside tonight.
Tho Salem Democratic club is to be
organized ut Giango hall this evening.
The South Salem MuKluley club
meets this evening at tho old school
Iioiho. John A. Carson, C. B. Moores
and others ure to speak.
The campaign or the ollico of state
printer Is evidently simmering down
to tho prest'nt Incumbent. Up to tbe
few dujs Mr. Duulwuy, of Portland,
va considered1 Mr. I) liter's chief com
petitor for tho nomiua' Ion; but judging
from tho action of tho Portland print
ir'ri uulou of .vlnch he Is a member in
refusing to oudorto 111 ca idlduoy. It
now luolts as though Mr. Baker had a
EuuKNU, April . J. L, Downing
ind R L. Weaver, who sturtod for tbe
Bohemia mines over two weeks ugo,
arosupposid to haVo paiishod lu tbe
mountains. The lat mau who saw
hem was Djc. i'ltchor. Ho was going
n to the mines the next duy, aud made
u agreement with them to take tLelr
oluukets In for thm.
The place lo leave the blankets was
agreed upon, and Pitcher told them
tho route to take. When It wua found
thut they hud left tho trull und did net
ippeur ut thu mines a party of eearcl -.th
went out ufter thorn, but at luet
iccnuuts, they hud beeu unable to find
They wero trucked ubout twelve milts
and then fresh show covered tho trull
so that It cquld not bo followed. Tho
march for tho men was kept up for
twojvo d lys. They had no blauketa
and no provisions, and have undoubt
Excitement at Tacoma.
Tacoma, April 3. Tho whole city
Is Ina state of oxcltemnnt over the
municipal election. Parades and
speeches In oyery direction are much
more numerous than at tho last nation
al election. Lust evening sovoral street
tights occurod batwoon supporters of
various candidates. Throo full tickets
iro in tho field, ouch of which claims
it Is going to carry the day and charges
overy opposition otndidato with every
crime In thecileudar. Tho A. P. A. Is
expected to bo leaning to thePopulists,
on account of thulr candidate for mayor
being u prominent number of that
order; though some claim that a num
bar of thut order will not voto that
ticket oven though ordered to do so.
A Big Flro.
Inih vnai'ouh, I oil.. April .'I A big
lire Is toported raging ut Iloburt. Four
persons wero burned to death.
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