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ft Is a Finish Fight Between Pack
' era and Union Labor. -
rroba.bIe That Every Labor OrcanU
utlom Affiliated vritfe tbe Pack
' era Employes Will Ge Oat ; .O
Chicago, July 25. Determined on a
fight to a finish to enforce the demands
of the striking butchers, a sympathetic
strike of all the union workmen em
ployed in the meat-packing industry
throughout the country, -with "the ex
ception of the teamsters, was inaugu
rated Monday morning at seven
o'clock. The indications are that the
teamsters will join the other unions
on Tuesday in order to bring the pack-
era iu terms, a He leamaicio uyiuj:u
in the Chicago plants Sunday declared
in favor of the sympathetic strike, but
their decision has not been ratified as
yet by the joint council of the team
sters' unions. The general belief is
that the decision of the teamsters to
join in the strike will "be indorsed
by the council.
Chief of Police O'Neil, who spent the
day making plans,' said: "No one
knowB what will happen. The oppor
tunity Is here for one of the greatest
labor contests in the country and ap
parently there is no hope for averting
It. The police will be able to handle
the situation, however, without out
side assistance, no matter what hap
pens." Settlement of the strike may be In
sisted upon by Mayor Carter H. Har
rison if developments show that the
public interest absolutely demands it
In the meantime arbitration through
the good office of the mayor is a rem
edy open to the opposing sides on re
quest from either. Such was the posi
tion outlined by the mayor, who was
called back to Chicago from Marquette,
Mich., on account of the renewal of the
strike. Mr. Harrison deplored the con
tinuation of the strike, but said that
Just at. present he did not see his way
clear toward doing anything of his
vwn volition towards the adjustment
f the trouble.
MAY INVOLVE ROOSEVELT.
Colorado Mlaers Cemplala Thai
Foatniaatera at Two Point Dis
criminate Asralaat Striker.
Denver, Col., July 25. Secretary
Haywood, of the Western Federation
of Miners, has forwarded a telegram
to President Roosevelt stating that
. Postmaster F. M. Rear don, of Victor,
is one of the members of the commit
tee, which he says is responsible for
deporting miners from the Cripple
Creek district and asking that steps?
be taken to prevent federal office
holders from taking part in such
; Complaints have also been made to
the president against Postmaster Sulli-
van, of Cripple Creek", alleging that
trie has permitted mail sent to union
'sympathizers to be opened and muti
ED BUTLER'S VIEWS.
fays nit Ififltetment for Bribery la a To
lltlcal Conspiracy on the Part '
vviui auu upi luOf tiuij u
an interview Edward Butler, of St
.Louis, had the following to say con
.cerning the grand jury indictment
against him for th bribery of a wit
ness: "It is all a conspiracy for polit
ical reasons on the part of Folk against
ime and certain prominent banker and
broker of St Louis. Immunity was
.'promised to all who would give infor
mation that would lead to my being
.indicted. 1 am charged with bribing
a witness, and I can most certainly say
;it is not. true. I knew all about the
Indictment before I left St Louis and
made arrangements in advance for tho
furnkhing. of a bond."
f 140,000 Fire at Bay City.
: Bay City, Mich., July 25. Fire
which started on the river front In
;the Handy Bros. Manufacturing com
pany's lumber yard .caused $140,000
loss. Handy Bros, had about 6,000,
000 feet of pine lumber ready for their
factories, over 5.000,000 feet of which
was destroyed. Handy Bros. loss is
170.000. The Michigan Central rail
road lost $70,000 on cars and trackage.
Hollaad Will Try to Naylarate Air
New York, July 25. With a machine
weighing 26 pounds and consisting of
two sets of wings, each wing ten feet
in length, with four wheels to operate
them. John Holland, inventor of the
submarine boat, believes he has solved
the problem of aerial navigation with
out the aid of ballast or gas bags and
wilL make flying safer and. more pop
ular than bicycle riding ever was.
Walked In Iler Sloop.
Kansas City, Mo., July 24. Miss Maj
Qrider, a somnambulist, fell from het
bedroom window on the third flooi
of the fiats at 1708 Harrison street
some time after three o'clock Saturday
morning. Her right arm was broken
in . two places, her .body f was badly
bruised and her face, on the right side.
severely cut. .
Hon Hon Kolldlaar Roballt.
f St ' Louis; July 24. The House of
Hoo-Hoo, ' which was ; : partially ; de-
stroved by fire one month ago and im
mediately rebuilt, was re-dedicated
Saturday. rN. V. McLeod. of, St Louis,
president of the Hoo-Hoo association,
delivered an address. :
Boaeateel May. Have Soldiers.
rierre. S. D., July 25. Adjt Gen.
Conkling, of the state militia, has or
dered company B, of Sioux Falls, to be
in readiness to inarch ' to Springfield
en tneir way xo uonesieei. . . i.
LESS-TAXES 'TO PAY.
Board Fixed the Levy
After Retmraa Were Received :'
( ' ' ' t (roam All Coaatlea.' i
Topeka, Kan., July 25. The state
tax to be raised, this year in the sev
eral -counties will be $513,149 less than
the amount raised in 903. This year
the state board of equalization found
the valuation to be 1387,577,259. Last
year it was $379,916,741, an increase of
$7,660,518. The board was limited to
$2,000,000 by the legislature. To raise
about that sum the levy was fixed at
5 2-10 mills. That will raise $1,967,
346. Last year $2,480,495 was raised.
Every county In the state will have
less state taxes to pay this year than
it had last year, with two exceptions
Montgomery and Stevens.
The following shows the amount of
taxes to be raised for state purposes
under the levy as fixed to-day and the
amount raised last year:
This Year. Last Tear.
Allen $ 33,379 $ 35,081
Anderson . 18,072 22,799
Atchison..'. 29,883- 44,167
Barber.. '9.591- 14370
Barton 22,471 24.845
Bourbon 29,900 38,869
Brown 30,244 39,934
Butler 34,681 44,175
Chase 16.327 20,806
Chautauqua 13,273 15.042
Cherokee 25,621 32,996
Cheyenne 3.919 5,438
Clark 6.296 7,909
Clay 19,134 21,619
Cloud 22,339 26,637
Coffey 22,060 25,304
Comanche 5,417 6,636
Cowley 35,121 45,659
Crawford 34,101 42,674
Decatur 10,785 12,013
Dickinson ...... 28,114 36,530
Doniphan 19,736 24,388
Douglas 28.492 37,643
Edwards 8.399 10,604
Elk J 14.485 16,558
Ellis 12,693 16.089
Ellsworth " 16,042 20.092
Finney 6.239 8,316
Ford 12.345 15,049
Franklin 28.740 37.471
Geary 13,249 17,954
Gove 7,222 8,817
Graham 8,193 10,280
Grant 1.373 1.637
Gray 3.910 4,776
Greeley 2,830 3,547
Greenwood 25,683 30,650
Hamilton 4,381 5,633
Harper 16,603 18,766
Harvey 24,151 29,748
Haskell 1.505 2,065
Hodgeman 4,541 6,620
Jackson 24,30ft 31,715
Jefferson 23,927 31,279
Jewell 21,516 27,579
Johnson 24,450 31,982
Kearny 3,510 4,723
Kingman 15,576 20,624
Kiowa 5,908 6,327
Labette 27,011 35,222
Lane 5,017. 5,804
Leavenworth ... 49,189 62,330
Lincoln .......... - 13,372 17,506
Linu 20,101 . t 27,336
Logan 6,025 7,269
Lyon ,. 39,151 52,286
Marion .... 25,343' 3?,623
Marshall ... 32,546 44,210
McPherson 26,514 56,30tS
Meade 5,328 ' 6,269
Miami 26.641 : 30,481
Mitchell' 18.78C 21,914
Montgomery .... 35,492 34,039
Morris .... 18.151 23,245
Morton . 1,504 ,: 1;910
Nemaha , 32,399 44,261
Neosho .... 24,486 : 25,514
Xess -8,803 f 12.325
Norton 12,516 . 16,293
Osage 24,313 " 31,360
Osborne 15,099 17,767
Ottawa 18,318 , 22.442
Pawnee 12,928 44,132
Phillips 15.238 : 18,723
Pottawatomie . . . 24,690 35,725
Pratt .... ...... 10,723 ' 12.004
Rawlins .... ... 7,843 . 10,160
Reno 41,875 52,122
Republic ....... 21,109 26,811
Rice ..... ....... ' 19,807 23,229
Riley 20,574 28,365
Rooks ..... 12,041 15,445
Rush . : . .k . . . . 10,732 12,948
Russell . . . . t . . 12,515 : f 17,251
Saline .... ..... 25,546., 37.298
Scott .... .. 3,716 .' 5,295
Sedgwick 60,432 . - 74,294
Seward 2,932 3,665
Shawnee 76,844 98,411
Sheridan .74 8,775
Sherman ... 6,340 7,925
Smith 16,348 .19,715
Stafford . . . 12.512 ' 15,623
Stanton ....... N 1.560 - " 1,860
Stevens .... ... 1.801 1,294
Sumner ... . 38,161 . 48.262
Thomas .... ... 9,689 11,431
Trego 6,901 9,088
Wabaunsee 18.641 23,160
Wallace ... 3,931 5.490
Washington .... 24450 31.809
Wichita .... V.. 3,242 - 3,995
Wilson........ 20,076 21.910
Woodson;...... 13,243 A 16,651
Wyandotte ..... 87451 114,851
' Totals :.r...:.$l,967,346 $2,80,495
Smallpox la, Samaaer.
Topeka,' Kanv" July 25. Smallpox,
always regarded as a winter disease,
exists in three Kansas counties John
son, Ness and Wallace,
Ploaeer Ballder of Brldsrea.
Leavenworth, Kan., July 25. A. J.
Tullock, president, of the Missouri ! Val
ley bridge works and a well-known
western bridge builder, is dead here.
He was a close friend of 'Andrew Car
negie. I .
Horsewhipped by Ills Wife.
Topeka, Kan;, July 25. AI K. Har
ris, who operates a gambling house in
Topeka, was .horsewhipped by his wife
on a public street because he was out
buggy riding . with a woman of the
tWBw -' i j 3. "
4fter Severe Fight Russians Born
and Evacuate New. Chwang.
.rrespoadeats with. Kifskl't Army
Declare . Karopatkla Caanot Re
sist Jap Ad to ace Xo More
Red Sea Depredations.
Tientsin, July 25. In accordance
with orders issued by Gen. Kuro pat
kin, the Russians commenced to evac
uate Newcliwang Sunday. The Rus
sian railway station is in flames. The
Russians are evidently destroying
property previous to evacuation
London, July 25. The correspond
ent of the Times with Gen. Kuroki's
army says: "Chinese report that Gen.
Kuropatkin, with- 40,000 troops, is at
Liao Tang, while his second In com
mand with many men is still at Hal
Cheng. I still adhere to the opinion
that the Russians are not able seri
jusly to oppose the Japanese advance."
London, July 25. The Tokio corre
ipondent of the Times in a dispatch
iated July 24 says he believes that the
Object of the Vladivostok squadron is
interrupt trade between the United
States and Japan and that steamers
vx the way from Canada and San
Francisco are in serious danger.
St Petersburg, July 25. Grand Duke
Alexis presided at the council which
Count Lamsdorff, the foreign secre
tary and Vice Admiral Avellan, chief
of the admiralty department, and other
high naval officers attended. The re
sult of the conference removes , all
doubts concerning the present attitude
of Russia with regard to the volun
teer, fleet The validity of the view
expressed in the British note regard
ing the Irregularity of the position of
the vessels was so far admitted that
the council agreed to waive the right
of search. After a long discussion in
which Count Lamsdorff took a leading
part, it was decided that the present
status of the volunteer fleet was not
sufficiently well defined according to
international law to render further
searches and seizures advisable and
that therefore Russia, in the Interests
of friendly relations with the powers,
should withdraw he authority given
the volunteer fleet in this respect
Berlin, .July 25. The Russian gov
ernment has ordered the immediate
release of the steamship Scandia,
which arrived at Suez Saturday flying
the Russian naval flag and manned
by a Russian naval crew.
BIG. FIGHT IN OLD ULSTER.
Republicans Have Set About to Pre
vent Jnda-e Parker Carrying; His
Esopus, N. Y., July 25. It is . the
purpose of republicans of Ulster coun
ty, living in Kingston, Esopus and sur
rounding villages to make Judge Par
ker's home county one of the princi
pal fighting grounds In the New York
Btate campaign. To offset the effect of
having an Ulster county democrat at
the head of the national democratic
ticket, the New York republican lead
ers will be asked to look kindly on the
plan to name Judge A. T. Clearwater,
of Kingston, as the republican candi
date to succeed Judge Martin on the
court of appeals. Judge Martin will
retire under the age limit and his suc
cessor will be' named this fall. Judge
Clearwater enjoys great local popu
rarity and the republicans of . Kings
ton and vicinity argue that if the coun
ty Is to be kept from the democratic
column it must be accomplished by
placing on the ticket the name of ap
Jlster county man.
WAS BARNEY IN TROUBLE?
Ramor That the Post Office Clerk
Found Dead at Joplln Was
Joplin, Mo., July 25. The killing of
Frank C. Barney, the Joplin post office
clerk, is still a mystery.- Since his
death it is learned that he was a man
of family and that he has a wife and
baby living at Foley, Mo. Develop
ments indicate that he committed sui
cide by jumping under .a passenger
train in the Frisco yards. Mr. Barney
was to have been married next week
to 'Miss Lelia Parker, with whom he
was deeply in love. She is the chief
operator for the Bell Telephone com
pany. Wild Scenes la Ballrlagr.
San Sebastian, Spain, July 25. There
was a sensational scene in the bull
ring here Sunday. At the moment ol
a projected fight between a bull and s
tiger, both animal 3 broke loose anl
stampeded the spectators. The at
tendants in firing on the animal
struck and wounded several of th'os
Xen-otiatina-' a Royal Marrlaare.
Paris, July 25. Negotiations are iu
progress between the Berlin court and
that of Madrid for. the purpose of
bringing about a match between the
German emperor's little daughter and
the young king of Spain. The German
princess will turn Catholic and will
ascend the throne of Charles V.
Chanee Is Oae la Forty.
Chamberlain. S. D July 25. The
registration . for .. homesteads on the
Rosebud, reservation aggregates 107,
324 at the four land offices. The draw
ing will be held here August 28. The
chance is onejn 40, as there are only
2,677 quarter sections.
Telea-rapa Operator 65 Tears.
Corning, N. Y., July 25. James Kain,
S3 years old, the oldest telegraph op
erator on the Erie railroad, is dead at
Painted Post, N. Y., after 55 years
continuous service v
GETTING. A-PUFF OF-FAME.
At Times It Is a Face and Then A gala
k Name That Brings
Justice Brewer is from Kansas, and his
state is jurtioably proud of him, says tn
Kansas City Journal. Soon after his ele
vation to the fcupreme bench a cigar manu
facturer in Topeka dedicated a ten-cent
domestic" cigar to the jurist, named it
"Our Justice,' and on the cover of eadk
box pasted a portrait of Mr. Brewer. '
A few years ago the justice was in To
peka on a business trip, 'l'he hotel clerk
recognized him,, and the negro bell boy, al
though he had no idea who the newopmer
was, knew from the way he was ordesed
about that the patron was of some conse
quence. Going up in the elevator the negro
stared constantly at the tall, dignified man.
Suddenly the black face was wreathed
in smile, and the boy said:
" 'Sense me, bos, but ain't you de gem
men dat invented dem 'Ouah J est ice ci
gars?" This reminds one of the man who waa
recalling famous persons who "parted their
names in the middle."
"And then," he said, "there is 'E Plnri
Iras Unum,' the man that makes the bass
"Who are you?" demanded the boll
"My scientific name," said the red ant,
"as nearly as I can remember it, is Selenop
sis Debilis Texana."
"For a name like that," retorted the oth
er, -"you present a most unimposing and
. "See if you like my interior any better.
the red ant said, proceeding at once to ful
fill its mission. Chicago Tribune. '
Mr. Nervey I suppose you .know the ob
ject of my call, sir. To be brief, I want to
marry your daughter
Mr. Roxley Eh? AVhat! I'm surprised
that you should think of such a thing. The
"Nonsense! You're prejudiced against
fhe girl. She's all right." Philadelphia
7ery Low Bates to Boston and Beturn
via Lake Shore & Michigan
Less than one fare for the round trip,
rickets on sale August 12, 13 and 14. Return
limit may be extended to Sept. SO. Tickets
will be sold via New York if desired. Fullin
formation on application to L. F. Vosbureh,
. A. P. D-, 180 Clark St, Chicago, or C. F.
Daly, Chief A. G. P. A., Chicago;
The inventors of the little things are the
men who make the big money. For in
itance. there is the man who invented the
idea of cutting matches crossways of the
frain of the wood. When you strike that
ind of a match it's ten to one it snaps off.
Just think of the increased number of
natches consumed because of thi.
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Men like to talk munificently about send
ing their wives away for a summer trip; it's
difficult for them to acknowledge that the
wives are going because they happen to want
to, and without their lords ana masters be
ing much of a factor in their movements.
Ancient Ann, in Baltimore American.
To the list of dying words of famous men
must be added the exclamation of Governor
General Bobrikoff, of Finland, when he was
shot by the Finnish patriot, Schaumann.
As he sank to the pavement he exclaimed:
"I see my Finnish! Utica Observer.
The college graduates who" have learned to
hustle and to stand on their own feet will
lind room and a welcome where the men
with the scholarships are not admitted.
If a man could slide easily through the
world because he happened to have curly
hair and a dimple, he wouldn't develop as
much sense as a woman, does under the
same circumstances. X. Y. Times.
Fits stopped free and permanently cured.
No fits after first day's use of Dr. Kline's
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It would be something of a calamity if
one of those floating mines should strike
the sea serpent. Washington Times.
Piso's Cure for Consumption is an infalli
ble medicine for cough and colds. N. W.
tsam-uel, Ocean Grove, N. J., Feb. 17, 1900.
The biggest brain is the one that can think
most of others. Chicago Tribune.
A mosquito calls for more patience than a
balky elephant. Chicago Tribune.
The Kind Ton Hare Always
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"Chop sticks, eh?" said the other. "Did
they expect you to eat it that way, too?"
"Yes, but civil itation's good enough fur
me. I jest called fur a knife and et it right."
Catholic Standard and Times.
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