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TOENDTHESTKIKE Indications That the Miners' Troubles May Soon Be Settled. A Conference of Operators in Seision —9,000 lovVa Miners Vote to Quit Work. AT REST. hasjproven to be the most satisfactory and popular "Book-or the Fair" yet offered at the price, Everyone is in neir Of its beauty and elegance of design. As the weeks roll by and the series nears completion the demand for the parts constantly increases. The reason is apparent—the work advertises itself. is artistic in conception is accurate in detail is complete in design is the book for the people And can only be found at the Journal office. Those who have not been getting the parts as they arrive should not fail to call at once and secure the back numbers. Part 12 now ready, See coupon on 1st page. I.MI'OltT.ANT COJtKEKEXCE. PiTTSJiL'iiuii, 1'a,, May 3. -There is a possibility thiil the great miners' .strike may be settled. A conference is being held at the ofllce of Francis Robbins, u lurg'o operator, ;it which two authorized delegates from the Hocking valley district, one from the Brazil (Ind.) field, one from Illinois und representatives of the Pittsburgh mines are. in attendance. Tliey are discussing the advisability of holding a conference with the miners' officials, with a view of settling the strike, in anticipation of the conference National President John MeBride, of the United Mine Workers' union of America, National Secretary Mcliryile, District President Nugent, of Ohio, and National Organizer O'Malley are in the city. Tlio (Ami Strike. Coi.UMKiJS, 0., May .3, —The great miners' strike ia fast approaching a critical point in its operations. That there is to bo a coal famine in some sections if the strike continues a week or two is no longer a matter of speculation, Meanwhile the strike is spreading, and reliable information received by PrcsidentJMcBrido is to the effect that 5,000 more miners are out now thau ever before since the strike was inaugurated. There are now 105 000 men in voluntary idleness us are- suit of the strike for living wages. The reports received illustrate the fact that the strike fever ia contagious and has not yet reached its limit. On the other hand, there is no sign of weakening at any point along the line, and the letters received from all points at miners' headquarters indicate that the miners are everywhere confident of success. They are receiving much sympathy nnd encouragement. DcchU-it to Strike. OTTUMWA, Ia., Jlay 3.—Miners in convention at Albia, by a vote of 85 to 55, ordered a strike. This will take out 0,000 men. IT IS DENIED. ! America's Greatest Actors Are all portrayed in The Mario Burroughs Art Portfolio of Stago Celebrltloas. Such a complete collection was never made before. Such an opportunity lo Secure portraits and biographies of the leaders in drama as that now offered to'the readers of the Journal has not occurred before. That IB why our Coupon Department Is kept busy and our mails are loaded with orders from poo- pie of taate with an eye for the beautiful. All are Eager To Secure These maRnificoet portfolios while the ofl'er ot them at the trilling- sum asked by Tho Journal still holds out. Each part contalcs twenty elegant halMono photographs finished in two colors. Ten Parts Are Ready The last part is fully as Interesting as any that prooeedocl it, with tho portraits and biographical sketches of tweity famous favorites of the Ameri- can Sta^o. Do You Wonder Is it surprising that the demand for "Stage Celebrities" should be so great as to amount to a veritable boom, when twenty elegant portraits and biographical sketches of such famous folka can bo secured for ONLY TEN CENTS, with throe coupons. That is the price at which The Journal offers them. Uon. Harrison Not n Candidate—The New Interview u ''Fake." WASHINGTON May 3.—The Post says that Gen. John 0. $qw declares thi^t the recently ^reported interview with his sou, Hurry New, of the Indianapolis Journal, wherein the latter is made to publicly announce tho candidacy of ex-President Harrison for tho republican nomination, is a "fake." Uen. New, weighing his words with the utmost deliberation and emphasis, continued: "You can state as coming from mo Hint Mr. Harrison ivlll uot be a candidate in 1890. Ho has made no efforts in that direction and will make nouo; neither will his friends. Short of some groat emergency or contingency like that which Induces thu patriot to take up arms for lila country, Mr. Harrison's numo will uot go before the national republican convention. Thin is in accord with his own wishes, aud knowing Ills sentiment* on tho subject so well, I do no", hesitate to brand the dlspatcn as o. fak-e." J.ohtutiu i'ltindH Utility. BnooKLvx, May !).—Wi.Uiam D. Lehman, the defaulting ex-cashier of the excise department,, recently broug-ht back from Canada, pleaded guilty to the three indictments against him of grand larceny, Hii will be sentenced on Monday, when ho proposes to make some disclosures. The amount of Lehman's delalcatipn was $19^000. No More WoriU'i rmr Stamps. 'CHICAGO, May 8.—All the Columbian postapei "stamps are gone except a few of the 8-cent denomination. Tho entire issuo of Columbian stamps distributed throughout tho country was 2,000,000,000. About 127,000,000 wore sold through the stamp windows of the Chicug-o ofiloe und tho amount, received for them was about $2,330,000. KtimouM Iri»tUu£ Aluru Dcail. TOI.KDO, 0,, May Li. — George 11. Kctcham'w famous trotting mare, Katiu Earl, with a record of C:llk, died ut the Kiitcham stock farm "Wednesday. She won more moucy lust year than any other horse on the American turf. It is said that her owner refused f20,- 000 in cash Jor her after her famous race at Columbus last year. IVttlCc Makes Another Tlirvut. DENVBR, CoL, May U.—State Veterinary burg-eon Gresswell started for the western part of the state, having been notified by inspectors that thousands of diseased Utah sheep were crossing the line into Mesa and Routt counties. Gov. Walte says ho will call out the militia, if necessary, to prevent the invasion. Fulierul 8iir\ let* c> ver tlio K«m»lu» ot the L»U> .Senator .Sluckbrideo. KALAJUXOO, Mich., .May a.— The funeral of Senator Francis Stockbridge took place at St. Luke's church at 4 o'clock p. m. with Hey. ]>. K. Claiborne, the reutor. ollicintinj''. 'f'lio congressional delegation arrived at noon. Ex-Senator Thomas W. Ferry was also present. Tho pallbearers were members of-Orcutt post, G. A. li. The church was filled to its utmost capacity. Tim funeral procession was tho largest ever seen here. The business houses aud factories closed utuoon. The burial was at Mountain Home ceini.-tery, across the street Jroru the late senator's home. HE MISSED TWO DINNERS. Tho I'rofossor W:m Off In ilia Dutcn and Hail to JJlno iifiho Club. The professor was coming down town in ;v street car Saturday oveninjj just about dark. He was well known in official and social circles in Washington. In fact, he is so generally known thaweomctimes he is given the title of colonel and sometimes professor. His shining tall hat, the neatly-brushed beard and the white necktie which peeped out from the folds of his silk muffler and the time of day all indicated that the colonel was not dining at home that evening. So thought a newspaper man who recognized the distinguished passenger and greeted him with a cheery "Where away, professor?" "I will stretch my legs beneath the mahogany this evening. I get oft nt the next corner, and then I am at tho Arlington." "]iut, say,"said the n. m., "what'son to-night?" "Gridiron dinner, my dear sir. I expect to enjoy myself, too, although they say that they ask n. fellow to make nspcech and then wou'tlet him buy any thing, liut then, I like fun." The newspaper man happened to be n member of the Gridiron club, but hu was going to work, not to dinner. lie knew that gridiron dinner was not to take place for a week and realized that the professor was just seven days out of his reckoning, as lie said: "Jint, professor, this is not the uiglit; it's next Saturda3' night." "My dear sir, you can't play any joke on me," replied the professor, "until after yon get mo into tho dining-room. I am a guest to-night of a prominent correspocdctit, and I'm in for u good time." "But I know you arc off. Here is the proof," and the speaker drew from his pocketaGridiron invitatiouami showed the date of the chib dinner was a week distant,. The professor didn't sny a word for a minute—he was dazed, lie was glad, though, that his blunder was discovered in time. The only damage was that he had refused bis good home dinner at six o'clock. It was now too htte to go back, and his only alternative was to go to liis club and get a snack without lulling any of the boys know- how lie missed two dinners. The professor receives a great many invitations, nnd he has resolved hero- after to look carefully as to date before starting.—Washington Star. TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES. The supreme council of the American Protective association is in session at DCS Moines, la. The Portland (Oro.) savings bank, which closed its doors last July, has resumed business. Nine villages on the island of Kuboea. were destroyed by the earthquake shocks of hist Friday. David Ji. Jones, who died near Burr Oak, Vfis., loft ten wives in various portions of the county. William Lindboff, of St. 1'anl, was fatally shot by two men who tried to rob a saloon of which had lie charge. Representative Isaac Ji. Tompkins, of New JJedford, dropped <U';ul in the cor- ridorbf the statchouse at Hostou, Jlass. The association of genural secretaries of the Young Men's Christian association of North America is in session at Cedar Rapids, la. Gen. Jacob D. Cox was chosen to succeed ox-Prcside.nt Harrison as commander of the Loyal Legion at the session in Cincinnati. Fifty men are on the trail of Eugene Uurand, a Pana (111.) saloonkeeper, who assaulted an II-year-old girl. If caught he will be lynched. Work in every mine on the Mesaba range has been stopped by riotous strikers. The sherill' of St. Louis couu- ty, Minn., has asked for troo_ps. II. O. tjouthworth, of the n'rm of Southworth Jt Oration, grocers, Stockton, Gal., has assigned. The indebtedness is $2S4,OUO; assets, S'iM.OOO. Postmaster General Uisscll has made a rule that no man shall be appointed postmaster who has sold Ihjuor in the towu from which he is an applicant The Lexington (Ky.) Ministerial union has passed resolutions condemning Col. Ureckinridge's course and denouncing his canvass for renotnina- tion Chauncey M. Depcw was elected a director of the Lake Shore at the annual meeting. An increase in passenger earnings during IS'JS of fl, 001,085 was reported. Ferdinand Schlesinger's interest in the Chapin iron mine—10.007 shares— was sold at auction in Milwaukee for one dollar a share. The purchasers are supposed to be the former owners of the property. A Taiiyitra unmeti. RICHMOND, Va., May :i —Lapham & Co-'s lanyard, and bark mills were burned Wednesday night in Stuunton. The loss is $100,000. Catarrh In Its Worst Form Life Almost a Burden A Glorious Change Duo Solely to* | Hood's Sarsaparllla. C. King Geneva, Ohio. Catarrh Is a constitutional disease, snd therefore It can only bo cured by a coustltutlonil* I remedy like Dooa's Sursaparllla. Read whrt to I did for Mrs. King, concisely cxprcssd La litr own voluntary words: "C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.: I "Gentlemen:—From a grateful heart I writ*what your eraiid medicine, Hood's SarssparUlu, hai done for me. Five bottlct cured m« ot" | catarrh In Its worst form. I tliink It wa» only ft- Hatter o( time, when It would havo ended In : ] Bronchial Consumption. • i I can scarcely realize wherein a few monthl«fo- llf« was almost a burden, sick and rflscouragtd, now I am Well and nappy, gaining flMh> and a new being. And oU owlbg to Hood'l 8lX^ Hood's'$>Cure* saparilla. I will never be wlliout it Yonrfv gratefully. MRS. CLAKK Koto, Geneva, Ohio. Hood's Pills euro liver Ills, Jaundice, biliousness, sick headache and constipation. Ko. / T Acquitted. OxroiiD, Ind,, May 8.—W. J. McCon- ncll, cashier of the Commercial bunk of Oxford, who «"is indicted for receiving deposits knowing the bank to bo insolvent, was acquitted Wednesday. Benedict for I'ubllc Printer. WASHINGTON, May 3.—Among others the senate has cocllrmed the following nominations; Thomas E. Benedict, of New York, to be public printer, and Harry E. liriggs, United States attorney for the western district of Wiscon; Bin. -"-"""• THE MARKETS. Uruln, I'ruvl«lons, Etc. CHICAGO, May 3. FLOUJI—Dull and unchanged. Quotable: Winter—Patents, K.SOinlOJ; straights, £8.60® ii.75; clears, S-'.L'[)A-.-lD: seconds, Jl.802ll.90i low grades, U.W&1.70. Spring— Pftteuts, fliOjJ S.OO; straights, t-.-0*-<fe,' Bakers', «1.75©2.1U; low grades. Jl.wai.5J; Had Dog, S1.30&I.-10; Rye, Ji«Oit'J.M). WHEAT — .Moderately 'active und steady. Cash, !>7^d£57?»c; May, 57J- u &57;bC; Jiiiy, 5'Jii 5yyjc. COHN—Dull but Ilrm. No 2, 37;»c; No. J Vel- loxv, 3t*5ic; No. 3, 37Sc; No, o Yellow, 3S;,c; May, X7!iit37-)ic; July, 3S-Ktt31):i September, CDT TIMS OUT. MAY 4.189-1. MEMORIAL WAR BOOK .COUPON. Three of these coupons and ten cents secure* the current number of toe Mem- StiklWar Book, II pn-asnted at the Portfolio Department of Tne J ournai. COT THIS OUT. CI;T TIIIH OI;T. STAGE CELEBRITIES, This Coupon with two others of different dates, and Ten Cents, la B«od Tor one part, containing twenty portmitB, of the Mario Bui-rough's Art Portfolio of Stage Celebrities. THE JOURNAL. CPT.TH1H OUT Killed by tin May a.—A steam pipe exploded Wednesday nitfht at the works of the Southern Electric company, Eleventh street and Washington avenue. One man w;is killed, another seriously scalded and several others hurt The front of tue building was blown out. Lost In u liurrlcaue. VANCOUVER, K C., May U.—Nearly alJ of the five boat Joada of hunters belonging to the ship American Retriever have been lost at sea. Among- the lo»t are six Americans. A few Chinese and Europeans were rescued by a passing steamer five.days utter the cale. YcoiiiunV >omiimtion ConUrinodi WASHINGTON, May a.—The nomination of James D. Veomans, of Iowa' to be interstate commerce commissioner has been confirmed by the senate. Ex-rot*limiHtor Stttley Arro«fc*>d- CHAWII-OJIDSVILLK, Ind., May 3.—-Newton Stalcy, ex-postmaster at Linden and a wealthy man, was arrested by a United States marshal Wednesday for a violation of the postal laws over a year aero. —The use of hops in brewing was brought to England by the Flemings in 1534. Tlieru was at first a prejudice against them and a royal edict, never inforced, was promulgated, forbidding e.11 brewers to put them in beer. OATS — Quite active and steady. No. 1.' ciifib, SS^ffiW^i;; May, 33JfaS).%c; .(un<?, yi& 3;%c; July. Sifiia-'lIJtO; September, '•Z>hf -'i^ .Samples ill fair demand and firm, Xu . . ->^ft 3<!4c; No. SWliltc, 3<S3«£c: No. ->, No. i Willie. 3<>/j'fl>35Vic BYE—Little lire to trade. No. 2 cash, aud sample lots, 4GKCM7C. May delivery, 4!>c. BAULKY—Scarce and lirin. Choice by sample, bHQ&Bc: fulr to good, 61&!»c; common, 462iioc, with scruenlnijK fl5.00ai7.60 per ton. MKSS PoitK—Trading' dull and prices steady. Quotations i-anged ut »12.iTVi&12.^2M tor casn regular: i!-.i:si»l~17!i for May, and b!i!S<iJ Ii85 for July. LAUD—Very cuict and steady. Quotations ranged ut S7.^7©" ^->4 for cash; 57.25<J7.80 for May; K7.05a7.IO for July, and t~Oi!,iS»7.07i4 for September. LIVE POULTHY—Per pound: Cuiclcens, 7H® 8c: Turkeys, 7<&Uc\ Ducks, t'ASJ^c; Ueuse, |3.00a5.<W ix;r dozen. BUTTKU—Creamery, 3ai7c: Dairy. I2£lita Packing Stock, 0»0c, LIQUORS — Distilled spirits steady on tto basis of *I. 15 per gal. for llnlslied KOuds. OILS—Wisconsin Prime \Vhlie. 7!ic: Water White, 7«c; Michigan Priitu' White, 8V$c: Water White, 9e; Indiana Prime \Vliltc, Sxic: Water Wlike, 8j£c; IleadllgUt, 175 test,, Stje: Gasoline, 87 deg's, il'/jc; 71 dog's. 'Je; Naphtha, 03 doK's, Olic. NKW VoHK, May & WHEAT—NCI. 2 red exceptionally dull and fcaiuru^'ss. July, 02 5-itiffl<K;\,c; December, 67 MO{&iM:HGi. OATS—No. t' dull but llt-mly held, no sales- Stato. JiB-l'ic; Western, «a-liic. 1'iiOVlsioN.S—Ucef iiuiet. Fan-.i'.y, JliOOS 1300: extra mess, 57.ulXS8.50. Pork steady. New jcoss, Ji:i7S@U.OO; family, $ir>.50i2,:C.uO. Lard steady. Prime Western steam, f7.(W; lionilnai. KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort find improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when rightly used. The many, who live better than others and enjoy life mote, with less expenditure, by more promptly adapting the world's best products to the needs of physical being, will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in the remedy, Syrup of Figs. _ Its excellence is duo to its presenting in the form most acceptable and pleasant to the taste, the ref resiling and truly beneficial properties of a perfect laxative; effectually cleansing the system, dispelling colds, headaches and fevers and permanently curing constipation. It has given satisfaction to millions and met withjtho approval of the medical profession^ because it acts on the Kid- oeys Liver and Bowels without weakening them and it is perfectly free from every objectionable substance. Syrup of Figs is for sale by all druggists in 50c and $1 bottles, but it is manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co only, whose name is printed on every package, also the name, Syrup of Figs, and being well informed, you will not accept any substitute if offered: TOLEDO, O., ,M:iy 3. WIIKAT— Qiiist, steady. No. ~ uasliantl May, &7c: July,i!i!ii:; Aiifu.si, C0' 8 o. COHN— Duli, ilrm. No. :! cusli, and May, 3fc-;ic. OATS— Firm. No. a mixed, :(5c l)iJ: No. 2 white, 3ii!-AL- bid. IvTK— Steady, dish, 50c. CLOV2HSBEU— Quiet, sitaily. Prime cask, K.CO; Ocwixr. J4.J»W<1. Live .ftoc'K. CHICAGO. May 3. IlotiS— Market rairiy acllvo ami feclini? weak. Prices !>o lower than yfsicrday's close. Sales ranged at S4.0085.15 for llgs; £5.00ii6 K> for light; W.B5<a5.00 for rouRli packing; ».05as.25 for raixod, and 56.05O5.-S for heavy packing and shipping lota, CUTTLIS— Murliot lairly active- Prices BaiOo higher. Quotations raagiid »t M.104M.80 for choice to extra sniupluR Steer*; W.7S8i3u lor- good to cliolco <!a : ISasooajOfor fair to good; S3.00i33.35 for common to modlum da; W.104J3.SO for butchers' Sworn; S2.80a3.10 for Siaultors; I3.SOO2.BO for Feeders; H!X),33.-(0 for Cows; W.Waa&O for Heifers: S.002.3.5U for Bulls; «S.rO»3.76 for Texas Steers, aud "i73 iDjurioQN Cntburilcs. Arc you aware that the use of purging teas are injurious—they dilute the stomach fluids, impair digestion, do not move the secretions or bile—physicians never uso them. The best cathartic is a g-ood pill—but you must- g-et reliable ones. lilneharv : d are the- best—only one for a dose, pleasant in. action. For sale by B. F, Keesllnj? ana Keystone drug store. Grcal Triumph. Instant relief experienced and per. manent cure by tho most speedy and greatest remedy in the world—Otto'e- Curo for lung- and throat diseases. Why will you continue to irritate your throat and lungs with that terrible- hacking cougrh when Ben Fisher, 311 Fourth street, solo agent, will furnisb you a free sample bottle of this guarantee remedy? Its success in simply . wonderful, as your druggist will teli you. Otto's Cure is now sold in every town and village on this continent. Samples free. Large bottles 50 cents. Chamberlain'* Eye and Skltt Ointment Is a certain cure for Chronic Sorei Eyes, Granulated Eye Lids, Sore Nipples, Piles, Eczema, Tetter, Salt Rheum and Scald Head, 25 cents per box. For sale by B. F. Keesling, The Km of Mn»clc. This Is, -in athletic HRO. Everybody mints to bo strong. Thccrme-far It lias well niRh reached that stage-nlTects both sexes nnd oven childhood The pURlllstlc plmsn of tills rail In JOUIIR America Is by no means morally promising. E»Ht Is onn thins to bo endowed with vlRor and another to be SnnOowwl with muscle. Super muscnlartW Is often induced b.v physical cHort perilous to hoalth and calculated to shorten life. Tne vlRor which means a regain rand ulllclmt discharge of the physical Junctions, Is tno first medium nt which all may safely aim without causing ruptures or breaking blood , vessels. Hosteller's Stomach Bitters la largely conducive to u gain in vigor ot this sort, since it stlmulaU's and assists digestion, promotes regular bilious secretion and keeps Hie bowe's In order. Sleep, that «m»d recuperator ol f nervous vigor, is encouraged by It, and It remedies malarial, rheumatic undkldney trouble. TO HOUSE OWSEES. For putting a horso in a fine healthy condition try Dr. Cady's CondlttOD Powders. They tone up the system, aid digestion, euro loss of appetite relieve constipation, correct kidney disorders and destroy worms, giving new life to an old overworked horse. 25 cents per package. For sale by B. F. Ivoesling, druggist. IIouoo denning. The time is now at hand, it's com-. mendablu and necessary—but how about the house within you. It has- need of cleansing, to insure health, and the best remedy to use is Bine- barfs Pills. They are better than sarsaparilas, etc. More potent and permanent in results. For sale by B. F. Keesling and Keystone drug store. For Over Fifty Vc»r« Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup ha* been used !or over fifty years by millions of mothers for their children while teething, with perfect success. It soothes the child, softens the gums. allays all pain, cures wind colic, and la the best remedy /or diarrhoea. I» will relieve the poor little sufferer immediately. Sold by druggiflts in every part of the world. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Be sure and auk for •Mre. Wlnelow-'a Soothiog Syrup" and take no other kind. Glad Tldlne*. The grand specific for iho prevailing malady of tho age, dyspepsia, liver complaint, rheumatism, costiveness, general debility, etc., is Bacon's Celery King for the nerves. This great herbal tonic stimulates the dU gostlve organs, ragulates the liver and restores the system to vigorous health and energies. Samples free. Largo packages 50 cents. Sold only by Ben Fisher, 311 Fourth street. If you feel dull and have no appetite take Binehart's Liver Pilla; 1 a dose. For sale by B. F. Keesling and Keystone drug store. If jou lack energy and are drowsy, take Rinehart's Liver Pills; 1 a dose. For sale by B. F. Keesling and Key. stone drug store.

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