HARlilSBURG, Pa.. Sept.. 30.- The matter that lia btíeu the one of oaief interest ia the conventiin of locomotive firemen has beeD deci led. and Grand Master Sargent and Vice Grand Master Hannahan will succeed thiMiiselves. It was conceded that Sargent would be almost unpossible to beat, but there was a strousc combination agaiust Hanualian ow-ina; t.o his advice to fireiuen in tiie A. K. U. strike. Dabs was here very hard at work for Hanuahan, and Deba has great iufluence vvith firemeu. It took two ballots, however, to elect him. Charles Wilson, of Easton, and Charles W. Maier, of Parsons, Kan., were elected second aud third vice grand mastei"8, respectively. The constitutiou has been amended so as to provide for a graded insurance in the order from $500 to 1 KOO.