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HICIIMOy P 'A1L.Y lWLLVDU .Al, FRIDAY, yOYEM 1R .5. 1001.
TROOPS ANTED Earlinton Mining Troubles Are Far From a Settle ment. UNION M FN Ad ITATFD Jails? Evan In the Federal CVnrt At LonNviile Is-iiies Injunction Vs. I'uitt'il 3Iine Workers. Their Camps Are Orlerol Removed i From Ciunsliot Iianije ot the Mine. Earlington, Ky., Nov. 15. Troops will again be brought into requisition in Hopkins county, due to the mining troubles. Adjutant General David B. Murray, who for some days look ed over the field, yesterday after noon telephoned the governor rec ommending that troops again be sent to Hopkins county. There is agitation among the union miners over news of the restraining order against officers and members of the United Mine Workers, granted by Judge Ev ans in the United States court at Lou isville to restrain the union men from camping on or within gunshot of the property of the mine owners. The jcoal operators, non-union employes and the business men generally are pleased with the news of the injunc tion and express the belief that gen eral and permanent rehef will come of it. The only thing talked about at Madisonviile, where tne largest camp of miners is located, is the injunction (ranted the mine operators by Judge Evans of the federal court. The action of tne operators came as a surprise to the union miners and ev erybody else. Most of the union offi cials are out of the city. President Woods is in attendance at the state convention of the Federation of Labor at Lexington, but he telegraphs that fee will return at once. Organizer Reed, who is in charge of union headquarters, said: "The in junction will not injure us in the least. As far as I can understand it is a design of the operators to place a wrong impression in the minds of the public as to the objects of our camps. The purpose of our camps is to main tain our men at less cost than under other conditions. Our camps have been fired into times too numerous to mention, and on account of this some of our men have armed them selves for their own protection. We are going right along and organize the non-union miners." Everything is quiet through the strike region today. Wednesday night several shots were fired near the Rein ecke mines, but none of the shots were fired at the miners. FOOTING II LOSS Pan-.Xiii. i rui Kxpocition Will Bear a llurcleii of Let. Buffalo, Nor. la. The directors of the Pan-American Exposition company and a number of creditors conferred yesterday afternoon and listened to the reading of the financial report of the company as prepared by the audi tor. The report shows the total lia bilities of the company at the present time to be $3,326,114 net, assuming that the assets of $146,454 are collect able at once. The company owes for operating expenses and on construc tion work $577,945, which Item is, of course, embodied in the figure of total liabilities. An interesting fact shown by the report is the total cost to the exposi tion company of the exposition. The cost, according to the report, was $8,860,757. The total receipts from admissions after May 1 were $2,467,066 and the receipts from concessions were $3,011,522. The balance due to first mortgage bondholders is $174, 979 and to second mortgage bondhold ers $500,000. both of which are in cluded in the liabilities as given above. Circumstances Will Ieou1e. Oshkosh, Wis.. Nov. 15. Mrs. Ern est Meyer is at St. Mary's hospital dy ing from burns which have made her unrecognizable, and her husband is in the lockup. The charge to be brought against him will be decided by clrcumstaaces; she was rescued by firemen from angry flames, and neigh bors hold him responsible for his wife's death and were talking of lynch ing him. Trin'i Close Shave. Redwing. Minn.. Nov. 15. The Chi cago Great Western passenger train en the Redwing and Zumbrota line miraculously escaped being wrecked near Goodhue yesterday. As the train was passing over a bridge the struc ture fell to pieces behind the cars, while in front it swayed but stood un til the train was safely over, and then collapsed. The Horrors or War. London. Nov. 15. In an article cn the war in South Africa the Times today says: "The Boers, as far back as last .May, were guilty of murdering whole kraals of Kaffirs in order to de stroy the traces of the movements of their own commandoes. The British authorities at the time, for some rea son not specified, prohibited any men tion, of these outrage." OFFICKK4 t;LtCTED Army oT the Ten Clotwa Its An nual Iteuttion. Indianapolis, Nov. 15. The annual reunion of the Army of the Tennessee was concluded last right by a banquet at the Denison ho el. Toasts were re sponded to as follows: "The Presi dent," Senator Charles W. Fairbanks: "Our Country." Congressman Landis; "Thirty-Six Years After," Congress- GE-VERAL DODGX. man Watson; "The Army of the Ten nessee." General John B. Henderson: "War Time Memories and Music." Mrs. John C. Black. James Whitcomb Riley recited selections from his poems. The following officers were named for the ensuing year, many of them, including the first four, being re-elected : President General Granville M. Dodge, New York. Corresponding Secretary General A. Hitkenlooper, Cincinnati. Recording Secretary Colonel Cor nelius Codle, Cincinnati. Treasurer Major A. M. Van Dyke. Cincinnati. Vice Presidents General L. F. Hub bard, Minneapolis; Captain Henry A. Castle, Washington; Captain Henry H. Rood, Mt. Vernon. la.; Major A. Edwards. Fargo, N. D.; General Fred H. Moore. Cincinnati: Captain Fred H. Madeburg, Milwaukee; Captain S. 8. Tripp. Peoria. TlTs.; Captain N. T. Spoor, St. Louis; Colonel Fred Welker. Montreal; Captain H. C. Adams. In dianapolis; Capta'n G. A. Busse, Chi cago; Mrs. Charles H. Smith, Cleve land, O. NO HUKHV ABOUT IT More Time Is Given to Neely, ltath bane Kt A I. Havana, Nov. 15. The defendants in the Havana postofflce fraud cases have been granted an extension of ten days in which to file their answers to the charges of the fiscal. The indict ments in these cases sent by the fiscal to the audiencia on Oct. 15 implicated Estes G. Rathboue jointly with C. F. W. Neely and W. H. Reeves in de frauding the government, and the fis cal recommended that each of the ac cused men be fined $150,oot and that Rathbone be sentenced to 25 years, Neely to 25 years and six months, and Reeves to i4 years and six months' imprisonment. Civil Service Has Has New Head Washington. Nov. 15. With the close of business yesterday Major John B. Harlow retired from the civil service commission and was succeed ed today by V IMani Dudley Faulke. Major Harlow has held his position as a member of the commission since May, 1895. He will re. urn to his home in St. Louis, where, on appointment by Postmaster General Smi.h, he will have the position of cashier in the postoffice. A Suspicious Find. Omaha. Neb.. Nov. 15. Twenty-four sticks of dynamite, a piece of fuse and explosion cap were found by a far mer's boy near the bridge of the Bur lington road at Havelock. Neb. An attempt at train wrecking and robbery is supposed to be the motive for plac ing the explosives at the bridge. Highwaymen Suspected. Rome, Ga., Nov. 15. James Goings was found dead in his buggy yesterday a few miles south of Cave Springs, his neck being broken. His death is a mystery and it is thought he was mur dered and robbed by highwaymen. TEKSE TKLK(i KA.MS Mor wrecks are reported in the Briti-J: coast lorm. Fixating between Algerian trilws is reported from Tanglier. The Porte Is Dreparin t send an extraord imary mismoo to the Czar. Fit person were injured by jumping frum a runaway traction car in Pittsburg. 1 J. Giraurd. a (tovernment registrar in the Klondike, t u killed by miner named Lord. There are au.0O people in the Yukon territory and the population of lawson City U appro -inaatly (i.OOA. H. St. Joan iix who la wanted in Wbanrorn. Wuh., for allegd bank wrecking, baa bet-n arrested in London. 3The president baa declared big purpo tj follow civil service principles in making ail in sular appointments. An Australian steamsbip captain. arriTine at Philadelphia, repsrts the burning at sa of an unknown oil steamer. The first national bank ef Leroy , la., was broken into and M.000 taken from the safe by the use of nitroglycerine. From wreck site eeea in Belfast ioush, it ii supposed that the 5 ton collier White Abby has been lost and her crew of drewned. The official count of the ote at the lat elec tion show that the democrats will hare xty majority on joint ballot in the next Kentucky general asuibly. Joseph D. Kieth was hanged at Michigan City risen this morning for the murder of Nun Kifer in Warrick county. Ind., in July land. He confessed on the gallows, sayiag that the girt annoyed him. Ir- H- W. Shaffer, well known in Kansas and Oklahoma, is dead at Poaca City from aa over dose of chloroform, taken, it is believed, ac cidentally. Mrs. Shaffer is aueadlag hex dyias setaer aVaUafton. lad, HARMLESS AS MILK t j Look out what you put into the child's stomach ! Children 'are especially sensitive to the ; action of medicine. But vou need never fear Scott's Emulsion. That is one reason iwhy it is so popular as a chil dren's medicine. "As harmless as milk" ; that is saying a good deal. But ; we may go even further and say that Scott's Emulsion will -tay on the child's stomach when milk will not. A little added to the milk in babv's bottle and a little after meals for older children is just the right thing for the weak and sickly ones. We'll send you a little to try if you like. SCOTT & DOWN E, 409 Pearl street. New York, RELINQUISH ES EX C 131 P3I EXT Anderson Gives lp (I. A. It, J?tiur to ludiitua MIis. Anderson. Ind., Nov. 15. After sev eral days of anxiety over the proba bility of this city losing the next an nual encampment of tht Indiana De partment of the Grand Ar. :y of the Republic, the city cotumiitee met auJ ! settled the matter by instructing May or Dunlap to prepare a letter to be sent to the department officers. It wit! state in the most kindly spirit that this city relinquishes its claim " without feeling Jll-will or bitterness toward the department ofheers of the city of Indianapolis; that the committee fully realizes the impossibility of success for the encampment and dedication oa the same date, in different cities, and for other reasons, in favor of the vet erans and the state as well, Anderson reluctantly but graciously gives up the encampment." The letter will state that this city will ask for the en ampment :n 1903. ltainatfes lr-niuinlit. Petersburg. Ind.. Nov. 15. During an altercation several months ago be tween William Schafer and Charles Shoaf, the latter wa3 struck on the iv.vr jaw. the injury developing in flammation an.l c-aus'ng the loss of a!l the tee th. Shoaf su- U for ?5.ili 0 dam ages and the trul is now processing in the circuit court. Panic In a ouit llnne. Logins;) rt, hid., Nov. 15. County officials are in a panic by reason of a report that the west wall of the court house is about to fail. Eng.'neers and j architects have made an examination. The experts say there is no immediate danger and that repairs can be made, j 31 tinier Trial In Proari-s. I Paoli. Ind., Nov. 15. John Hawkins, indicted for kill n? Sherman Myers, has reached trial in the Pike circuit court. Last April Myers and Hawkins had trouble in Hawkins' saloon and Myers was knocked down with a bot tle and was afterward shot and killed. Killed While Hunting. Terre Haute. Ind., Nov. 15. John Thompson was accidentally shot and killed while hunting yesterday by his companion. Howard Stokes. Thomp aon is a hod-carrier. Stokes is a son of Prof. Stokes of the city schools. They were neighbors. iKinble Surety of Death. Swayzee, Ind., Nov. 15. George Am nions, aged 18 years, a newsdealer, committed suicide yesterday. He first shot himself in the forehead with a revolver and then cut his throat with i a penknife. No theory is entertained i regarding the cause. They Want Single Statehood. Muskogee, I. T., Nov. 15. Nearly 300 delegates met here in convention yesterday and took the first active step to bring the question of single statehood for Oklahoma and Indian Territory before the coming congress. The delegates were equally divided be tween the two territories. Great en thusiasm was displayed. The Okla homa delegates arrived on a special j train and were much in evidence. Be- j fore the convention met the delegates ! held a caucus and divided the offices, ! annortioninff the rhairmpn t,mrwor-v ' and permanent, to Indian Territory, and the secretaryships to Oklahoma. TV. L. Hutchins was decided upon for temporary chairman and E. N. Rat cliffe of Vinita for permanent chair man. Will Keetst Glass Combine. Columbus, O.. Nov. 15. Representa tives of the independent glass manu facturers of Ohio. Indiana. New York. Pennsylvania. West Virginia and Illi- nois formed a combine here yesterday i asa votea io join wi'a tne co-operative giass companies of the country to com pete with the American and Indepen dent Window Glass companies. Rep resentatives of the new combination will meet with those from the co-operative companies ia Chicago next Wed aesday to agree oa a ailing CaI ef Action I lemandrd. J Constantino !. Nov. 15. In view f : the obstacl.s plac?i in t e way of j Consul-G n-?ral tici inscn ty t e Bui- j garian a a :i i s -.egisd ng tve ran-' 8Jai of Miss S n . Spencer Hiii?. ' eec:etary t the l a ed Sta es j tion. v. sited M. Cues l:off. th u ran- i aa Egent now fcere. end made s'.ronj ' rep-.e.-entat ous m waxh h urs- i that Gaesc o:T teller 1 his govra- j ment to end the presvn; staie o. j.. fairs in the interest of a speeUy i'u- ; of the matter. r'rkiT.MaIi r -. Cincinnati. Nov. 15. The wed '.rr. ; of M;ss Florence Margaret Fora.. . . daughter of Senator Fornker, and Uar.- j dolph Matthews, occurred at 4:S" p. i m. yesterday in the Church of the Au- ; vent, Walnut Hills, near the senator i ; residence, and was followed by a till- i liant reception at the brides home. j Lumber letroetl. Sturgeon Bay. Wis., Nov. 15. The big lumber yards at the Pankret. Lumber company of this city and th. Miller Lumber company of Milwaukee were destroyed by fire last night. Loss estimated to be over 5100,000. Meld t'p the Stage. Guthrie, O. T., Nov. 15. The stags and mail coach running between Mar low and Bailey, I. T., was held up by highwaymen. Mail pouches were ri fled and the passengers and driver robbed of all cash and valuables. itiiitr. The big mustache isn't merely orna mental. Chicago News. Ilia Proficiency aa a Llnarnlst. brown Are you anything of a lin guist? Jones Well. 1 can read and under "'.and French. German, gtlf. yacht, baseball and football, but I can't talk n Detroit Free Press. Peculiar Taxation In Holland. Some of the mos j!-cu!i.:r cf taxa tions recorded are to be found In tin archives of Holland. Iu 171)1. for in stance, there was iu :;iste!ii-e a tas i imputed on a'l passengers traveling in! Hoihiud. la 174 a ih:ly cf - shillings! was levied ou each person who entered a tavern before noon, en those who en tered a place of entertainment, on mar riajres and deaths aud ou maay othci things. If a person was buried out of the district to which he belonged, tlx' tax was payable twice over. Pittsburg Dispatch. The Horses and Saddle. A man lioucbt three horses nnd a saddle for f'ju. If he puts the saddle on the first horse, they cost' as much as the other two horses: if he puts the saddle on the second horse, they cost two times as much as the first and third, and if he puts the saddle on the third horse they cost three times a? much as the first and second. Find the cost of each. Mathematical Puz zles. She Remembered. Small Mabel had received a parental Injunction to remember at least one thing the minister said at church, and upon her return home exclaimed. "I remember something:" "That's right, clear." rejoined her fa ther. "Now tell me what the uiiuistei said." "He said." replied Mabel. "'A collec tion wili now be taken up." Chieagf News. Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Don't Know it. Sow To rind Oat. 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