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t I CONVENTiON I m I
lAvDelegate Convention of the An
V thmcite Miners Called to
fMeet at Scranton <
A
t THE MINERS DELEGATES MUST DECiDE
I
SecreturyTrcaiiuror Wilson of the
i United Mine Workers 5Lys that
t Via II 0 the Miners Have Achieved
f fa Vlatorr the Dblute In Not bj
Any Manna Settled
JShennndonb To Oct 9 President
Mitchell issued his call yesterday for
the muehtalkcdof miners convention I
fto consider the operators offer of a
1tenpercent increase In wages TheI
r I convention will be held at Scranton 1
and will open on Friday night Hep
rcsentation in the convention will bo I
on the basis of one delegate with one
a vote for each MO persons on strike
N It is the general expectation that
the decision of the convention will bet
to J accept the increase and return to 4
work 4
l Text of the Call
The text of the convention call litj
us follows
h Temporary Headquarters UMW
Hazloton la Oct 8
j Td All Miners and Mine ijmployes 1
i of the Anthracite Region Brothers j
In ylew of the fact that the mine op
erators have posted notices offeripg I
f an advance in wages formerly paid
and believing it to be our plain duty j
4 to consult your wishes as to our fu J
ture action we deem it advisable to j
j ask you to select delegates to repre
sent you in convention I
vj8en You are therefore notified that a
convention will be held at Scranton
1conve
1 Pa beginning Friday October 12 at
10 p m
The basis of representation will
bo one vote for each 100 persons on
delegateIi
i tl may represent as many as 500 mine 1
Workers but no delegates will be al
lowed to cast more than five votes 1
Each delegate rhould have ere
fjft dentials signed by the chairman and
i secretary of the jneeting at which he r
y is elected and whenever possible cre
dentials should bear the seal of ihif 1
local union
J Signed JOHN MITCHEJ I
President of the United MWc WorkI
ors of thoe
1 loT D NIC OtLS
> President Dfriot No1 1
rHO DUFFY
Preside Dictrict No7
1 > KHls FAHEY
vnlUHuPr sldent Dlctrict No 0
p i yrM DDel jgotes wjll be notified
oL the lioil In which the convention t
will be held upon their arrival iuE
Scranton lJ
r l fter the call had been issued it E
was learned that the convention will 3
beheld in Music hul1r
r
I Quietness prevails throughout the
A anthracite regions the call for < ths
r convention being generally accepted f
as a signal for cessation of hostilities
all around There were many ex
pressipns of satisfaction by minors
and operators and by merchants and
others In the mining section over the
prospect of an early settlement of the
trout lcS > s
Yesterday completed the third week
since the strike officially went into ef I
feet S
1 HAVE ACHIEVED A VICTOnY r
lDAVE d
< I
The Dlipnte However In by Ko
Menu Settled 11
Indianapolis Jnd Oct OW B II
Wilson secretarytreasurer of the
United Mine Workers of America has e
issued a statement in which he says b
In part
partAll I
All of the coal operators having b
now conceded an advance in wages it n
can be truthfully said that the min
ers of the anthracite region have C
s achieved a great victory Yet the dis l
puto is not settled nor will it be
even though the miners accept the
5proposition of the operators and re n
f turn to work The sliding scale dock C
age semimonthly pay and Bother u
grievances complained of by the min
i ers have not been considered in the t
proposition of the operators and the A
advance ly wages in so complicated p
p thai many of the miners do not un
tderstand it Under theso circum S
Fstances the surest and best method of I
securing a settlqmcnt and establish
lug permanent peace would come
from a meeting of the operators with r
the anthracite miners when they 1
S meet to consider the offer of the coal t
sompaniesTho
Tho anthracite sonl field is divided 1
by its mountain ranges into three dis I
Mnct regions each having geological t
conditions peculiar to Itself thus re
i quiring different systems of working t
and different methods and employ
employi I
S I The only method by which antis C
factory explanations can be made Is
for the operators to meet the miners t
I when a convention is held to consider t
the offer oi the operators E
t
r Capture nkdeuConfirmed I
St Petersburg Oct 9The Russian J
general staff has received official dis I
t patches confirming the reported occu
r pation of Mukden Before withdraw i
lug the Chinese lopped and fired the
city The Kusslana captured numert
bus modern guns and immense stores
lr bf war natcrlals
nacre IB QranKe Itiver Colony 1
Cape ToWni Qet 0 The Boerp now
Wppcner well Eousvlllo 1
r occupyNepcncr as as
and Flcksburgj in Orange Kiver col
t kva ifc and the NriUalj arc attempting I
> gurround them
J ol
h fllfft P
> l A ios If >
Brakeman Killed
Will Lockett better known ns
Cottnwns killed last nigh
nearNdrtdnville by falling from
the top of a cat while the trail
was in motion He was from
Henderson and had been rail
reading for about seven month
Died
Hon J H Lunsford of Madison
vlllQ died last night after an Illness
of only a few days Mr Lunsfori
Was a prominent and prosperous
nlan and a leading Republican
worker
Scbrec Hems
Mr Thomas Semple Etr died at
his homo Monday morning after a
very short illness Five children
survive him His remains web
taken to Louisville and interred in
Cave Hill cemetery Mr Sorapl <
was among the best citizens of Se
breo and the many friends of the
family Join them in their sad bE
reavement
Theo Majors who has been sick for
several days is reported better
Joe Bailey was In Eyansvllle Fri
day
Mesdames Tom and George Eploy
of Smiths Center Kans are guest
of Mrs V Perkins k
Ed Reeves of Woodlawn Ill
spent Sunday In the city
The Democrats had a rally hen
Tuesday night
Rov E E Shultz of the Baptist
church left Sunday for Smith Mills
to conduct a meeting
A J McMullln was In Henderson
Saturday on business
Mrs W C Edmonson was called
to tho bedside of her daughter Mis
Mabel whols very lowwfth typhoh
fever at Bethel Female College
Miss Lizzie Winstead of near Cal
Noun attended services at the Union
church here Sunday
Miss Maude Edmonson Is visiting
relatives in Madisonville
Mrs Wilbort of Brandenburg is
visiting her daughter here
Mrs J R Dowden who has boot
visiting in Louisville and Brandon
burg has returned home
Mesdames V Perkins and J H
Mattlnglv pout Sunday in Beech
Grove r
GroveDwffltThorntonalld
Dw ht Thorn ton and Lilburn Hal
re rued Friday from St Louis
rKing and Majors give their grand
millinery opening today
Col Roosevelt will pass through
here Saturday morning and will de
lIvera short address here
The Teachers District Association
will be held here Saturday
The Sebree High School now has
88 pupils enrolled
Succes to THE BEE
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Wed Last Evening
Mr Ed Moore and Miss Lora Hall
two popular young people of Madi
sonville were married last evening
at the home of the bride in the pros
once of a few Invited guests Th
young couple left for a visit to Ma
non the home of the grooms pa
rents
yesterdayfor
for Bethany near Nebo where he
will be in a meeting for some time
OTHERWISE 1JNNOTIGEI
A J Duncan of Johnston City IlL
Was struck by a train and received
serious injuries
The Concatenated Order of Hoo
Hoos is holding its ninth annual ses
slon at Dallas Tex
Maggie Reynolds aged seven years
plied at St Louis from lockjaw fol
lowing vaccination
> A Missouri farmer has been placed
in jail in Nevada under charge of hav
ing murdered his son
The Ladles Auxiliary of the Broth
erhood of Railway Trainmen is in
biennial session at St Louis
Boxers disturbances grow A plot
has been discovered to destroy all tho
missions in the district of FatShan
The population of the District of
Columbia is 378718 ns against 230392
ten years ago an increase of 48320 or
209 per cent
A circuit judge ordered the indict
ment of some of the lending men of
Charleston Ill for having abetted n
sparring match i
The Boers under Gen Do Wet hold
three towns in Orange River Colony
A large British force has been dis
patched to dislodge them
A revoJution has been started in
Ban Francisco Santo Domingo Gen
Pip Plchardo and eight more insur
gents have been taken prisoners
The Russian general Subbovitch
reports having captured the city of
Mukden Manchurlaafter two stub
born engagements with the Chinesq
John Tlce a barber shot and killed
Fred Trappe on the public square at
Farmlngton Mo Then he ran to his
barber shop and blew out his brains
William Goodwin postmaster at At
tic Mo has been arrested charged
with rifling registered letters His al
leged pllferlngs amount to over 81
000
000Mr Martin C Fosnes acting direc
tor general of Cuban posts in a pa
tient in Las Animas hospital Havana
suffering it is believed from yellow
fever I By the arrest of Fred Graham and
Edward Howard at St Louis as sus
picious characters 2000 worth pf
property stolen in Kansas City was
recoveredTho bureau announces that
the population of the state of Dela
ware is 184735 in 1890 as against 103
493 in 1390 This is an increase of 10
242 or 06 percent
Horace Landers the negro who
killed Agnes Hamilton in Brooklyn
Ill is in jail at Metropolis after bay
ing eluded pursuit by a large crowd
He voluntarily surrendered
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Common sense will tell you that to lure
stomach troubles a medicine must be iwed that
will strengthen the digestive organs and wch a
remedy b Dr Carlstedtt German Uver Pow <
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dot It goes right to the
root of the difficulty and
Is the only easy file and
reliable remedy on the
market for the treatment
of this disease
For sale by all drug
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ILSLFY REPDBhCAN
Wide Awake Club With Big Membership
SL Charles Band There if
Big Rally Planned With Which to Close
Campaign
Friday night the Ilsley Republican
club had a rousing meeting and
added several names to their list of
members which is now between
soventyflvo and one hundred Pres
ident M F Ward and the other
workers are moving things along
District Elector LIoEuon spoke to
this meeting and the St Charles
Band was on hand and made the
music President Ward says they
have already laid plans for a big
rally meeting at Haley the last Sat
urday night before the election
which rally will fall on November 8
The club meeting was held Friday
night of last week instead of Satur
day night before election because
of the announced speaking of RIr
McEuen
St Charles News
Mr and Mrs Thomas Hewlett of
Madlsonvlllo are spending a few
days here with relatives
Mrs B Crutchfield has returned
from a visit to Hopkinsvillo and
TrentonMiss
Miss Purona Murphey has returned
after a few days visit to Madison
vlllo and Crofton
D D Woodruff was elected last
Saturday to succeed James H Fox
as school trustee in district No 84
L R Fox who has lately opened
a law office in Madlsonville is at
homo looking after a bad cold and
other matters
Maggie the twoyearold daugh
ter of Mr and Mrs John McAlIstcr
was buried here last Saturday U Lit
tle Maggie was an unusually bright
child of her age and her death Is
deeply lamented 1
Tho Hon E B McEuon Repub
lican candidate for elector for the
Second district spoke to a fair audi =
ence of voters hero last Friday after
noon This place was not one of Mr
McEuens appointments but the Re
publicans on learning that he was
to pass through our town availed
themselves of tho opportunity to
hear a good speech He went from
here accompanied by the St Charles
Cornet Band to Ilsley where he
spoke at night to a crowded house
Bright DUcafe i
High living intemperance expo
sure and many other things bring
on Brights disease and all other
kidney or bladder disorders if taken
takenin
in time Take nothing else Camp
bell Co
i A revival mooting will begin on
the fourth Sunday night In tills
month atthe General Baptist church
of which Rev James A Burden Is
pastor
pastorSenator
Senator E G Mills of Wisconsin
wlll speak especially to the laboring
people at the Opera House Friday
night
Gi Y QNIQ 1 crolaK
EtereaeeAwards at 3 areateat Worlds Expo
Bltlonu and thonmnds of graduate Ii Itlon
CoBter HU Biulaeu Conrae incudlne Tel
CLOD hooks and hoard In fsmtlr al out teD
BHOBTH1ID f KWBIHH8 A TEIEGBIPHT BKCniTHS
CTTht Kentucky UnlTenttr Diploma tinder teal
warded graduates iiltorarrCourBofrcoifdcilred
IfeTaeaUoa Inter now Graduate iucce fQl
In order ta hat jour Itttert reach Kf addrwi only
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YELLOW FEIER8 MASTER
The Wonderful Discovery of Dr
Angel Bellinzaghi the Young
Italian Specialist
>
SERUM THAT CONQUERS YELLOW FEVER
By Its SucccNxfnl Dcmonitrntlou 1ft
Mexico the Doctor fine llcconn
Entitled to tho Standing IlcWar
of 9160066 Offered by the Mexican
Government i
New York Oct 6A special to the
Herald from the City j of Mexico says
One hundred thousand ddllars h
the prize which Dr Angel Bclllnznghl
a young Italian specialist may win
as the discoverer of a serum which
cures yellow fever
The Remedy line Dean Found
Several years ago the Mexican gov
ernment made a standing offer of
100000 to the discoverer of a remedy
for yellow fever which every yearns i
epidemic in the lower gulf ports an
on the isthmus of Tehuantcpcc
Several eminent specialists have
made experiments at the port of Vera
Cruz since the offer was made Not
until this summer did any of the se
rums experimented with provo sue
cessful in virulent cases At last
however the remedy has been found
The experiments conducted at Vera
Cruz were under the auspices of the
government board Of health The
commission appointed Jiy tho board
to witness the experiments has just
reported favorably upon their result
Part of tho Dig Prime
Part of the big prize will be paid
to the doctor at once He has been
asked to make further experiments
In varioUs forms of the disease at
Vera Cruz and if they arc successful
he will win the entire prize
In June last Dr Bcllinzaghl came
to the City of Mexico to obtain per
mission from the government to make
experiments at Vera Cruz where the
yellow fever was then raging
A Crucial Teat I
While Dr Bclllnzaghl was await
ing the customary formalities to bo
complied with David Ivllpatrick an
American who had come from the
Isthmus was taken ill with yellow
fever in Its most virulent form three
or four days after arriving in the city
He was taken to the American hOSe
pital where his case was pronounced
hopeless No case of yellow fever
which had developed in this altitude
having been contracted in a lower
altitude had ever been saved Dr A <
VV Parsons the physician in charge
of the hospital gave permission to
Dr Bellinzaghl to try his serum Dr
Pellinzaghl visited tho patient on tho
fourth day of his illness after all
hope for his life had been given up
Patient Had Black Vomit
The patient had the black vomit
a temperature which Is considered fa
tal his system was thoroughly per
meated with the disease and the ac
tion of the kidneys was entirely
stopped a symptom which Is always
onsldercd fatal
Dr Bellinzaghl injected 20 grains of
hits serum on the first day ho visited
the patient and succeeded in reduc
ing his temperature and pulse On
the second day he injected 30 grains
on the third day 60 grains and on tho
fourth day 80 grains
Gratifying Saccesi
On the second day the vomit dis
appeared and on the fourth day tho
action of tho kidneys was restored
Three days later the patient was ells
charged from the hospital
This remarkable achievement hast
tenet the action of the government
board of health In granting permis
son to Dr Bellinzaghl to make his
xpcriments at Vera Cruz
A Government Commliclon
A commission was appointed by
the government board of health
ivhlch accompanied Dr Bcllinzaghi to
Vera Cruz and afforded him every fa
dUty to make his experiments The
serum was tried on patients in the
military and San Sebastian hospitals
and In 85 per cent of the cases it was
successful The usual mortality in
yellow fever cases Id 50 to 80 per cent
Where Failure Ocooreil
All the cases which Dr Bellinzaghl
failed to save were those in very ad
vanced stages of the disease In all
the cases in which injections of the
serum was made in the first stage of
tho disease the patient was conva
lescent in from one to four days and
tho recovery was complete
In the Second Stage
In the cases taken in the second
stage of the disease or as the doctor
expresses it after the second injec
ion when the system is permeated
frith the toxin the progress of tho
disease was stopped in from four to
eight days and the patient recovered
Saved Several Doiperate Case
The third stage pf the disease is
when the action of the kidneys is
stopped When the disease has
deoched this stage death has hith
erto been regarded as certain Dr
Bellinzaghl saved e veral cases which
had reached this stage
The Killing was Jn tlfiable
Omaha Neb Oct 6V The body of
the train robber killed Wednesday
night south of Council Bluffs re
mains unidentified The corpers very
diet Is that Express Messenger Bax
ter killed the robber and that it was
justifiable
iustiflabfet7hargeitemlerea
New York Oct < v The grand jury
reported a dismissal of the charges
which have frequently been made
against the Traders Flee Insurdnce
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