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OGDE v rIU JL COMM1EKC1AL. DAI ill' busi-i- t ! Thi during ti. time tb dftc-tie- ' of lit enterprising detscUv agency orrtit Mt'utr,anaIotioJ Adaiu, utiu-f-c- t was f when thirty-twBaaie ii district of their aeiecuos eould b drawn oo a Utt thai agsiott tth itawirs tampering panel of tares husdrsd jurors from a O Ml.y r ijot brought to trUL. but ere heel eoctfcicurj on thousand unij. by the district attorney Tt report go on to cptk of the unre- nolm liability of aotua uf lbs deputy sheriff prior to the erpiraUou of Li termenabled The its de view huh ar about the court and at tb parish prison, d?t-lAlthough they w ere nut detected in any to g of the working of thi UwctecUv Culhna and act of infidelity. aeuey tbrough When th indictments against Me abundantly corroborated from uiaoy Crvetol and County wer read is tba aourcce, convinces us that it had as iU court room io blank th tact a aa at ooc command a board of perjurer, cocumuuk-ate- d (suborner an J jury tuera, and to the iodic-Utu?n Lai for aome tutM been aa elethrough oOi aubtodiaat of the court that it discord iu the community and a mea vera arrUd iu ment of and Lea tLtx adminiotralioo O Mailey and Adam a orhc the deputy stumbling block to lh of justio which should be eradecfcted. Kheritfattha request of O'Malley Th it it career of crone La not bee u to the court that th arreat waa cut thort is a matter of wonder, and w. uinde oo the street do douot, due to the fact that 0"Mn!lej The report dwells on the sworn are banded t?ether of Tbomaa Collins aa of the great- and Lis The extwided est valut. lie after ntrin the em- for self preservation. waa range of our revirvLea has developed ploy of O'Malley and Adam aa a special officer by the the eiistenc of the secret orgauizstion The evidence which inaor and oaid by the city. "Ilia du ct.vkl the "Mafia." ties," wiy the reporter "while acting m comes from several aourc is fully comhis double capacity mere performed w ith petent in itself to atteot its truth, hile the strictest fidelity aa evidenced by the the fact is tiiipnorted by a long reourd of daily reports of everything Been or heard. blood, curdling crimen, although it ha ' details and material feature are so been almost impossible, to discover the clost-lconnected with the circumKlani-eperiieiretors or scur witnesses. The otlicers of the Mafia and many of of the trial aa confirmed by other wit neat that ttere ia not I ha Bligbtee--t its members are now known. Among reaou to doubt the accuracy and cor- them are men born in thiscity.of Italian rectness of Collins' aworn statement It origiu, using their power for the bane.t unfolds the whole story of the iniquitous purpose, be it said to their eternal ilia workings of the arch conspirator and grace. The larger number of the society hi lictutenauta, revealing the boundleea iscompoMxl of Italians and Sicilians power of a man to overcome and defy who left their native lauds iu most cane the majesty of the law in the criminal under HMtiuuied names to avoid convicand civil proceedings through the oper tion and punishment for crimes; others atiouuof an unscrupulous p ivate detec- were escaped convicld and bumliU, outtive. The ditliculties of establishing the lawed in their own land and seeking the evidence of audi conspiraticea by ade- city of New Orleans for the congenial companionship of their own class. 'These quate proof are almost insurmountable. the Secrecy is an easenlial element and sel- men know the swift retribution ofbeen dom doea it happen that any one of the law in Italy, for hundreds have by the military in participants will reveai viilinry either shot down at eight the mountains of Sicily without a second before wr after it execution." The grand jury says it has at no ime thought It cannot be questioned that the selost sight of the necessity for a thorough cret affair. whole of the organizations whose teachings are They investigation examined a large number of witnesses, hostile to the fundimental principles of embracing those who were present ut the the government of the United Slates memorable meeting on Canal street; in must be a continual menace to the good the vicinity of the prison, etc. "It is order of society and the material welfare shown in the evidence," saya the report, of the people. The law is the safeguard that the gathering on Saturday, March of socieey. its just execution expresses 11, embraced several thousands of the the will of the people in condemnation cit of crime, but where this lofty principle first best and even most izeus of the city. We found the general is contained by the practice of assossina-tiofor reveuge or Bpite and is consentiment among witnesses and also in our intercourse with the people, that the cealed under the most binding oaths, verdict rendered by the jury was con- rendering powerless the efforts or the trary te the law and evidence and se- law to reach the chief actors and secure cured mainly through the designing and witnesses, it becomes the duty oMhe un crupuloua agents employed for the people in the exercise of their sovereign special purpose of defeating justice. At rights to issue their decsee of condemthat meeting the determination was nation. That verdict has been rendered; the shown that the people would not submit to. th surrender of their rights into the power of the Matia is broken; it must be hand of iiHdnlgTitaadattlihjj atiJItoTtT dparmrd--- wr uonger, a creation of leprous growth of this com powerful allies. The assassination of llenncssv was munity. necessary to prevent the exposure and A Lord Commits Suicide. punishment of the criminals whose guilt was being fast established by his diligent IjONDon, May 5. Lord James Edward pursuit The condition of affairs in this Sholts Douglas, brother of the Marquis of Queensberry, committed suicide today community. Sufficient evidence, however, was bv cutting his throat with a razor. Lord offered by roliable and voluntary Iouilas had been traveling from Ireland He Miaved in such to justify the indictment of six during the night. men, as follows: Thomas MoCrystol nnd a strange manner that the railroad offJohn Coeney with D. C. O'Milley for at- icials noticing that he was apparently in tempting to bribe the talesmen, and a demented condition, ordered oneof the Bernard Claudi, Charles Granger and company's employes to accompany him Perneard Arinant for an attempt by to London. Upon his arrival in this city each to bribe three different talesmen. Douglas put up at a hotel and subseThese parties are clearly shown to quently eluded his nttendent and cut have been intimate with O'Malley, often his throat. in his office, informed of all his doings k Till Plate Factory. and were active workers in jury fixing business generally. We are forced to Chk'aoo, May 5 The annual meeting the conclusion that Domiuick O'Malley of the Diamond Plate Glass company, is chargeable with the knowledge of and whose works are at Kokomo, Ind., and participation in most, if not all, of the which is controlled by Ohio, Illinois and unlawful acts in connection with that Indiana capitalists, was held today and celebrated case. Without his assiduous Col. A. L. Conger, of Ohio, elected presiand corrupting influence we believe the dent. The meeting discussed the advisverdict would have been radically d if ability of establishing a tin plate factory ferent and, as a natural consequence, the at El wood, Indiana, but the final detragic occurrences of the 14th of March, cision was postponed for a week. Col. last, never would havejbeen recorded. C mer says he and his associates belive McCrystol's voluntary statement to if they decide to go into this business the grand jury, partly in the shape of a there will be no lack of funds to insure confession, revealed some points and its success. caused us to think that he would have told more but for the power and influQuiet Reign Again. ence of O'Malley and his associates. Fa., May 5. Reports from Scottdale, and Cooney were the trusted ac- various points of the coke region indicomplices and figures throughout the cate that everything is quiet, although whole affair with much prominence evictions are still going on. Superintenshowing the high appreciation in which dent Gray and Bosses Callaghan and their service was held. Agnew were niven a hearing this mornWe cannot fail to refer to the intimate ing. The two latter were discharged relations existing between a class of and Gray was released under bond of ward politicians and the prime mover in 82,000. all these infamous doings. We have it most directly confirmed that the perNaturalization Frauds. son holding the position of inspector of Sr. Louis, May 5. As an outgrowth weights and measures was often at the of the naturalization frauds of 1820 the agency and was seen coming to the United States circuit court has declared court house in company with a talesman null and void the naturalization papers the day he was accepted as a juror. of seventy persons on a charge that they There is confirmed evidence that the were fraudulently obtained. There are influence of O'Malley with the more cases pending. fifty and the inspector of the electric light plant was so great that he Miners Returning1 to Work. caused them to'manip llate the light at t of Oirod he corner street the night Chicago, May 5. A dispatch from jury Terre Haute, Ind., saysthe block coal wbs taken to the scene of the assassination, to compare it with the alleged ac- miners have returned to work today, tions the night of the murder. His in- signing the contracts under protest. fluence also accounts for the alterations The scale of prices remains the same as in the book of records at the electric last year. The Bituminous miners will light point. From the beginning of the undoubtedly be influenced by this. investigation there is continuous evidence of a pernicious combination of Failure of Importers. what is known as O'Malley's detective New York, May 5. Judgments agagency. were filed today $289,(325 It advertises that one of the ablest gregating & Co., importers. driminal lawyers at the bar is the attor- against Lepmier ney for the agency. We know for an abAnother Failure. solute fact that the bank account is kept and checks drawn in the name of O'MalChicago, May 5. The Schneidewcnd ley & Adams, the interested parties being & Lee Electrotyping and Printing Press Such company confessed judgment this mornD. C. O'Malley & Lionel Adams. a combination between a detective and a ing to sums aggregating $17,000; assetts prominent criminal lawyer is unheard of alxiut 9150,000, liabilities 100,000. before in the civilized world, and when we contemplate its possibilities for evil The Influenza Unabated. we stand aghast." London, May 5. The influenza epiover The report then goes O'Malley's record from the time he served a term demic is unabated in Sheffield and it attacked Nottingham and Carnin Cleveland for larceny, detailing the lias now Nuin-roiiB deaths are reported. indictments found against him in New arvon.. Orleans, his convictions for minor ofHeavy Liabilities. fenses in criminal courts, etc., and says New Vokk, May 5. John Colder & "so pernicious to the administration of jtiBtice were his doings that while Judge Co., com mission merchants, today asked Roman presided in the criminal court a renpite of one, two and three years. he ordered O'Malley excluded from the The schedule tiled shows liabilities 9205,000, assets for half a million. room. ti.at er oo that list Tru!y, the MAFIAS GOT OFF. fr l.iur!-- Worked the A tuty to ind-lmeu- The Way 0M alley r Thin'. hhi if.rd mm wm a iuteJ iioyd Attuiuiir'!Qint nf i lie Nw Orleans ; ratal Jary iMailiii? all the Ii.4uk 1'U.sSedUcSS- - Xiw Oklrjins May 5. After ii of luveel.gatcMi, the grand jury Lls completed its UIjt iq the Italian week and tiiia aftertHa preuenU-- a report to J udgs Marr. The report recites ths killing of Chief of Police and the trial of the Italians, lltMwy !?.. and referring to tts verdict rendered, says: "W cant it be mistaken in the assertion that the verdict was ftart-liag- , amazing, a bitter disappointment, chocking to public opinion, ami provoking the repealed atMjuisilion that iioiue of the jury had been unfaithful to their office." The report go ou at coubider-ablength to giteak of- - the comment id ad a on every side befora the termination of the trial touching the action of some membra of the jury; remarks dropped in and about the court room; the quarrel io the jury room, what the carof ul observer said, the testimony w itL special reference to the marked iiialteu-tioof the jury as the witnesses subrnit-tetheir evidence, and their conduct, which was most uubeoomiugaud fraught with the gravest couseqnencea when the momentous import of the issue is con sidereal. "We are led," continues the report, to conclude that the jury undertook to try a case when it was submitted by their own estimate of the value of the statements made by the parties Lot called as witnesses. With strango unanimity, they dwelt upon what they knew by reading and hearsay of certain incidents of the assassination prior to the Uml, and made those the basis of powerful jtcrsuamon for giving lh accused the benefit of the doubt and by concluding the deliberations in their favor. We take occasion to say that it was not expected to obtain buy evidence of undue influence from the members of the jury for those who were uncorrupted had nothing to reveal, while the others would not make them-wive- s the participators of criminals yet in their numerous statements much was obtained having direct connection with tinct Bupporied by the great volume of 'kptiiuony.... elicited v.v,during the cause of .IIU1IJ oil'- - t ii tut? I rpnnitAi uaiiuid, 'Which stood, six guilty, six not guilty. It is clearly brought out by the evidence of the jurors that, as affecting three,, of the accused, Politez, Scnffedi and Monasterio, the jury engaged in deliberation for four or live hours and this is clearly a defined incidation of the conviction of the jury as to the three accused. It forces the conclusion that the evidence was sufficient to justify the six jurors who stood resolute and determined for a verdict of guilty, making it well nigh impossible to reach any other conclusion than mis trial. The three accused named above were prabably the 'unwilling actors designated by the leaders of the conspiracy to executive a villainous part in which they had neither personal motives nor interest. Following this investigation it was quickly learned that the talesmen had been approached in various manners, the vile work even being carried forward in the court room during the trial. One form of expression used was that big money might be made by going on the jury and voting right There is uo doubt that such attempts were made by various parties iu the service of thp dv fense, entertained by soino talesmen and scornfully rejected by others. In somo instances some rebuff wne met with the answer that it was all a joke, but surely it was a joke of deep significance when the leading part is enacted by the couusel of one of the accused awaiting trial and now under in dictiuent for attempting to bribe ajnror. Another class of the talesman took special caro to deny any knowledge of the vile work or else showed a remarkable deficiency of memory, causingus to conclude that they were silent from fear or incrimhad been cautioned about inating anyone. A number of witnesses most emphatically denied having been approached or spoken to, eves after telling it to their friends who informed us. Among the talesmen a number of our citizens have nobly corns forward, relating their experiences and furnishing soma of the missing links in the chain of circumstantial evidence drawn around the organized gang of jury bribers. It is not to be questioned that the work was systematically executed after careful preparation and had to be done quickly. The necessity was imperative for a complete list of the talesmen, and the grand jury knows that the list of talesman was in the office of O'Malley & Adams at 11 o'clock on Sunday morning, February 22nd, though the trial judge had issued special orders that the list was not to be made public or given to the counsel of either side until Monday. the list It is not shown by whose hands was secured, but enough is shown to confirm the existence of the secret and pripowerful influence of the vate detective agency and Counsel Adams to handle the machinery of the court. The evidence shows the lists of names were tampered with when drawn from the jury wheel and before they reached the jury box in court. O'Malley was put in possession of the lists almost immediately after the names were drawn and before they reached the district attorney's oflice. Inlluential friends alone could accomplish this, but it was secured in the person of one of the jury commissioners who were lately removed. It is further learned that in the office of the detective agency is kept a book of the names and addresses of jurymen. Out of throe hundred names drawn for were ou the February panel, thirty-twO'Malley's list and later as the talisman were drawn, many more names appeared c4 a d r. 1 .,..,1 d o 1,-- atat-lutM- y wit-nesH- night-watchma- n M K:iel - .V the Mis 'iV.t. 1:1 "I in. t:,ird .o u.oJeu rr o'J d 4irwk '1 I.ii.eis k Ii ti-- ti itcvirr-e- t !ii tL.rd. fcenXHld, f.ur 'AIIAOEU IX TIIE ILIIX. fur-ioL- oo, 11 ut r Time, 1'4. FIVE CENTS. C The fmidViifs lUrjilioii at trrdA"i IU IU11. f .VlraLt. i'olllan!. t'au'iijci, My 5. - Sleiu, r lii&de uS but I (J B.l.'.rW I J l I..- l drloert, but ta andga UK INKLLIHICLIl r Wi lueli tfcae? tj'i biUi. lofei-- l T1IK CUILUKtLVS TURNOUT. t !" iUi,ii( f r hiui. l"!i iu a :: t'hirngo, 1; tel) riT. tiv. riurt Ly Stij,rt-- f.-- I'Li-'igfo- , !r-e- J i!-- FOUND T feUp-pM- black-luader- d di--- j-- n BIS E AND BOTTtX GANG. nncE (JUDEX. UTAH. WEDNESDAY MOKXIXC. MA V 0. IMU. VOLUME V. NUMBER 23. -- He CouiJ N.t L." to the Oflirf .V.I Lisoijx. it iti!h Klr.tl I leroiu-fiti.-ni- . H Ti e .'. ineil-iblt- Dinu oiirt UM ThI I'icirUliJ ll I Ltus A l.eaty tiriclund, : 10. ifov-erno- r aud do .r: rmJrrrd a Kercpiiou at Ilie around toiav, oui,, Loeter, Buildiuj ly Oxtr Tea being io gojJ f riu until ti e t.,ith iu At Liig. NV'i., M,j l id tt h dei'idt! thut bviu- - e M iMIsb-ifg- fiiiCin-liM- TLuUsaud , rr.ii'iisl. Mill San Fkam 11; Eipo-billo- Lit-t,- isk. May 5.--'- lh Cahfir-L- l Uight decided to Lim-olsIjacs-ta- The Nebraska ii.it.-t- i Ale Wuha, Ihe Australian ,) 5.re.l Iwirion supreme court weight, and Grg Diton, Hi Ih lfoyd-a tight The purs is to lie hajr q in ,.rranl. caw. chaiiipino, ami ouMtug li J ui.'iij.K-n- t i, who at and I tie tight to take place in bi.d d- - l.ru.g J uue. present holds tn oil:.-,.lh Thayer, Lis repul-li-MTHE KsT. The optu ol.li WUK legal g.v eriir of N.'l.ia U.i. t i the f.u-- tli:it I'.nd ua hv'alty ton ele'ted the oiar.ir of Wi.ra K.", but i L'riHirls Froni Various Localities oil Ihi giittid if n.in dt'llllied Show Mighl l.iiii,ie to ( rops. zenah-p- . After quoting (he section institutional pro Wai'ikijoo, Iowa, M.iv 5. i tiheiis, lidioli relative hv a setere frofl la-the opinion was night. Tin' unall Ktr:iii,ii were cier.sl with ice proceed Io Ihe qn.- - tion of mcce-iso- r The Ihership and dlHKti uf the li.uinrt of Lieu eiijtit iiichea in thickim. Much tenant Governor .M ij rs in the folloa nig iiih iiflcr reginterel 2S ilegre.s. ordn: "Uinler k imii 1 of the consti- damaue whs do.'ie to fruit trees, which were in full bloom. Small fruitd are not to theoMi.-eo- f tution, the perwn l the iiiiuretl much, lieing a tilth backnard. governor is entitled ti duties and re vive tb emoluments of The imliriit ions are for another heavy that oflice for the term of two years frost tonight from the lirsl Thursday tifter t!it linl t'liu'.o.o, May 5. -- Dispatches from Tuesday in January following his elec points in Indiana and southern Michigan tion, and until his succer is duly Flute that ice formed laot night und elected and qualified, when th jrsou much damage was done in the fruit receiving the Lighei-- t Dumber of votes belt. for the office of governor is iuelligiLle, Washington, May 5. Unusually cold under the const itution to be elected, the weather prevailed tins moruing through out the eutire northern foramer governor holds over. portion The duties o( the chief executive oflice of the country east of the Missouri line of the 6tate devolve upon the lieutenant ahd Mississippi rivers, the contingencies, of the freeing temperature eitend-dingovenror iu certain from southern Maine, westamong which are t!ie failure of tiie to qualify and the disability ward throughout western New York of the governor, it cannot be said that and Northern Ohio anil including Michithere has beeu a failure toqualify where gan, Wiwoiinin, Minnesota and North Dakota. In south wenteru Michigan the no persou has bet-constitutionally elected to thu office. teinpraturs was the loest on record The writ of our.ter wan served on for this eeason of thejear, the maniinuiu Governor tioyd and hi attorney John there being oue degree lower than preD. Howe, of Omaha, went to the Suviously observed during the first tmrt of preme court to tile a motion for u stay, May. Severe fronts occurred through out these regions, probably causing con but us judjineut had already been and a writ served, it was loo late. siderable injury to fruit uud early vegeBovd accordingly turned over the of tables. AtnANV, N. V., May 5. - Reports from fice to Governor Timer, w ho hud iu the meantime taken tho oaVli of office and various portions of the state ehow that filed his bond. The opinion was signed frost occurred last :nght and that ice or formed. The weather is said to be the by Chief Justice Cobb Hud Justice it is coldest experienced at this season for rati, Jasties .' well dissenting. stated that lioyd will carry the case to tntnv yenra. it is believed much dam the United States Supreme court. The ago has been done to fruit and vegetable decision was considerable of a surpme, products. Snow fell here. Laorandk, Ind., May 5. The tern it being thought hora that in the event r of Boyd s being oustod Lieuto-ianperature in the northern part of the Majors would be named aa his suc- state fell twenty degrees last night. Ice cessor, lloyd's ineligibility consists in formed to the thickness of half an inch. the fact that his father, who was n na It is believed fruits and wheat were sertive of Irelnnd, failed to ever perfect his iously damaged. Noktii Tnov, Vt, May 5. The ground citi.enshin in this country, and thus is covered with snow this morning. A Bovd is not an American citizen. light fall is reported at Rich ford. Boston, May 5. Dispatcher from vaColored Men Convene. rious parts of Massachusetts und ConCincinnati, May 5. The American necticut statu that ice formed in many Citizens association, places hist night Equal Rights The cherries and which was composed of coined men, plumbs suffered, but other fruits are held a convention here today. They not far enough advanced to lie injured. of resolution affirm- Snowfall is adopted a reported in Vermont. ing the purpose to secure the full and free exercise of every right given them The lull.by the constitution. They entered a 1 liave seen it stated over aud over protest against the efforts of a few so- is an Amercalled leaders of the race to induce the again that "fall"' autumn administration to recognize them to the icanism. I am not sure that I have ever exclusion of the more progressive class seen it contradicted. 1 myself learned long whose aim it is to work in the interest ago that to a Dorset rustic "fall" wa of the whole people. the word of native speech, "a'tumn" a They also called the attention of the mere high polite exotic. (Is it so still, organisation to the fact that colored wonder, in this day of board schools?) men wero appointed to office mainly in tho south, where only the political ser However, here is a paasage from a book vice the colored man can render is to of the Seventeenth century, in which 'spring and fall" aro spoken of as a Dorsend delegates to tho national convenset man might tpeak: tions, and are denied to those in north "And this 1 doe, not so verieexpreslie, ern states, whose votes are necessary to the success of either party. James M. by occasion of my contingent health. Townsend, of Indiana, was elected pres though still, if 1 secure not from some ident. Among the vice presidents IB decates this spring, 1 may chance do it Rev. J. E. Johnson, of California. lesse happilie in the fall." Notes and cUrua TLa;r goiitLir. ... NVU, 'A Alh).-li- club c , t,. l lu-- t rm-lered- f-- r V, , .rlTir, re-itt- l - diiM-lmr'- ttov-erno- 1 SPORTISti at Nashville, and Lexington. ho track Way WASHVir.i.E, Wash-ingto- 1 was olds upward; six very fast Three-yea- r furlongs hred land won; Null rose sec ond; Belle Redmond, third. Time lrlo1. fillies; seven furlongs Phtlora won; Too Sweet, second; third. Time 1:30 upward; one mile and s Atticus won; Bertha second; Carter B. third. Time '2:0 If.. lilies; four furlongs Addie won; Bracelet second; Dolly No bles third. Time 50! . four furlongs Niantic won; Queen Isabella second; Little Billy third. Time 50. Washington, May 5. Five and a half furlongs Miracle won, Appomattox sec ond, Basil Duke third. Time 1:10. Five eighths of a mile Laughing Waters won, Kingdom second, Stiletto Filly third. Time LOS1.;. Mile J. J. Bob won, L. Boodle second, Rhody Princle third. Time l:4o. Mile and a sixteenth Bellevue won, Trene II. second, Lowlauder third. Time Three-year-old- s three-sixteenth- Two-year-ol- d 1:52. Three-quarter- s of a mile Noonday won, Cornelia second, Rustic third. Time 1:16;. all Steeplechase, full and Futurity made dead boat for first. Evangeline third. Time .1:5'!. Stonewall won run off. Time .'5:55. Lexington. May 5. Three year olds s of a mile dash upward, second, Eugenie won, Ilappir.ess Cashier third. Time, 1:!0. s upwards, three furlongs dash Royal Carter won, Liederk-ran- z second, Mose third. Time, 1:17. upwards, Handicap, one mile dash Outlook won, Glockner second, Catalpa third. Time, l:!)!1. Three year-oldupwards, one mile course-Stonew- fifteen-sixteeth- Three-year-old- three-year-old- s s rle To Be Married. M. V. Gilbert, one of Ogden's prominent and able lawyers, left the city yesterday morning for a few weeks' visit in Chicago. It is rumored that he is to be married in the city of the World's Fair. a Coutrartors Givinar Loris, May 5. The prospects for settlement between the carpenters and the master builders on an individual basis become more bright as several firms gave in to the union scale to day nnd only about 1100 carpenters remain out. Iowa (o He the Seat of War. OrrcMWA, la.. M;iy 5. A new phase. of the miners' strike developed today. terday the miners at Iliteman and "Reginald, Yes- trVe Three Cedar mines held a joiut meeting and their delegates mude a formal demand of eight hours per d ly, which was refused at Phillips fuel mine No. 2. At Forbush, 'Villard and other places the miners who had gone to work have come out to see what the other mines had The coal operators think the granted. strike of short duration but those intimately connected with the mines believe the Btrike ia now to be fought in the Iowa coal fields, since theie Hre fewer miners and those in other states can better contribute to their support Notable Banonet al I'tnliln. He Gently but Firmly Refused. Raees Yesterday People. PoKi UiSii, Ore., Miy j. The early part of the presidential party journey 1.1.t was uiads in a steady fall of raiu. This dieourgiug state of alfairs, how ever, did not aeeui to dampen the enthusiasm of the people and they aid Urn chi-- f magistrate every honor at each vttsited. The visit to Salem was pl the principal event of the forenoon, a stop of aliut an hour Uin wade there. The ram interfered with ti.e prtrnoii somewhat, as far as the children was concerned. There wasa large prociion of the uiahlia, ii. A. K. psM and ctieiirt. The mayor aud Gov ernor renin er in a carnage witn he president to the state house, where Max or Darsey delivered an address c f welcome in behalf of the citv and Gov ernor l'euue)er iu behalf of the state. I he governor expresHrsi sincere regret that the president eould no e J tend his visit to other portions of the atate not included iu the schedule, Ksnuring hiiu that lis would receive in all localities lh most hospitable greetings. 1 he president responded, expressing thanks for the cordial reception. He said he had but one message for north, south, east and west in bis jounrey, and that was to uphold the law and to say everywhere that every man owes alle- gians to it and all law breaker must lie left to tho deliberation and safe judgment of an established tribunal. After the speech making waa con cluded, the party returned to the train and started for Portland, that city boil g reached promptly at noon. All the steamboats in tiie harbor blew their whistles and a salute of twenty one guns was tired when the train hove in sight The legislative committee and States Attorney Williams introduced the president to Mayor DeLashniutt The party entered carnages and escorted by a larga procession, crossed Morrison street bridge into l'ortlaud. Twenty thousand people were at the l'ortlaud end of the bridge nd when the party reached this side a mighty cheer went up from every throat The crowd fell in behind the president's carriage and cheered until it was hoarse. The rain was falling heavily at this time. The procession was reviewed by the president after a lengthy march, one feature of which waa four thousand children in line. Queries. NKVYS. u exclaimed an up town ebix), May 5. Last night abauquet was given in honor of United States Senators Henry M. Teller and Edward O. Pi bride of two months, as she returned Waleott aud Representative IloseaTowu-eend- . from a shopping tour, "I saw the love It was one of the most elaborate liest diamond necklace imaginable to ever observed in Colorado outside of day; and so cheap, too; it can be bought Denver. Guests were present from all for a mere song." Then she paused to of the state, and the addresses hear what remark Reginald would make. portions made were most entertaining. "My darling," quoth he, "you know how Heavy Stealing's. gladly I would grant you every wish hut I grieve to say that in this case I am Lkwistown, Maine, May 5. The total Percival, of unable to do so. Nature has not en defalcation of dowed me with the power of producing the Shoe and Leather national bank of Percival is very vocal melody. I could not sing though 1 Auburn is $100,000. is ever able to leave his should be promised a solitaire for every feeble but if he room he will be prosecuted. note." Lotkport Journal. Heavy Fire Loss. N. Troy, Y., May 5. It is stated this thing sticking in the throat or windpipe, that the loss by the fire at the morning try and dislodge it with the fingers, or a furnaces of the Troy Steel and Iron blunt pointed scissors may be used. A company, on Break Island, will be less u hairpin with a loop on its end is also than $400,000, on which there is an useful. ranee of 8100,000. Holding the person with the heels in the air and vigorous thumping on the back is also of frequent service. Charg'es of Corruption. When children swallow marbles or coins Fredebickton, N. B., May 5. A proit is a mistake to give a purgative. The test against the election of George E. strange matter will find an escapement Foster, minister of finance to the commons, has been entered. Charges of without effort. In case of a person choking from some- in-f- corauption are made. The newspaper requires the very best of the brains and brawn of its followers. The newspaper man is a soldier in a great army. Always ready must be his motto. It is not for him to reason why. It is for him to obey to door die. And who ever knew him to hesitate? Gov. Crittenden's Condition. Kansas City, May 5. The latest re ports of the condition of Governor Crittenden state that he is much better and strong hopes of his recovery are enter- toined. Lord Aberdeen is one of the most popular noblemen in Great Britain. He. is a democrat by sympathy as well as principle, and has been known to ride down to his club in a milk wagon when a cab was not handy. He is much sought after iu Edinburgh society. Accepted the Cliallanre. Chicago, May 5. Tom Ryan of Chi has ac cago, clinmpisn welter-weight- , cepted the challange of Charles Kemmic of Minneapolis, to fight him to a tirish . for stakes of i'lO.UOO and a purse of 500, offered by the athletic clubs o Paul and Minneapolis.