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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM. THURSDAY, DECEMBER .9, 1901
A FITTING ACTION 3IuT(nir:it O.i I.elialf of , Heroes of Tinwantje Is (i rowing. A PttOPEtt .MONUMENT May Mark the Sirs t One of tlia .Nation's Xitnble Victories if 1'laus Jiaiei ialize. Coi:srressnitii Crumpaeker Has a Bill lu Congress Seekiusr Uncle i Sam's Aid. Indianapolis. Dec. 19. Governor Durbin. who is interested in the ef forts of the Tippecanoe Battle Ground Memorial association, has written to Senatoia Fairbanks and Beveridge and ail the liidiana representatives asking their support and co-operation in the attempt to get congress to make an appropriation for a suitable monument to be erected upon the historical bat tle ground. The association was organized in 1891 by the veterans of the civil war for the exclusive purpose of securing an appropriation from the government to erect a monument in commemora tion of the victory of General William Henry Harrison over the Indians in the battle of Tippecanoe Nov. 7, 1811. The association has endeavored to In culcate into the minds of children the sacrifices, hardships, fortitude and bravery of the early pioneers of the great Northwest, as well as patriotism and' love of country. Members of the association do not believe tnat the peo ple fully appreciate the victory won by General Harrison and his brave men at Tippecanoe, whereby the great Northwest was opened to civilization. It is a fact, says the association, that every war, many battles and to many men who have participated in the vari ous wars of our country some suitable testimonial has been erected to com memorate the event or their deeds of valor, hii: no mention has ever been trade of the battle of Tippecanoe or of General Harrison. No shaft was ever erected in memory of the brave patriots who gave up their lives for coming generations. There Is nothing to show the gratitude of the prosperous and happy people of the Northwest for the sacrifices made by General Harri son and his gallant band. Governor Durbin and the association call attention to the great victory and say it is the duty of the government, through congress, to appropriate a suf ficient sum of money for the erection of a suitable shaft to commemorate that important event. The association asks the unqualified support of mem bers of congress for the bill introduced by Hon. E. D. Crumpaeker. The bat tlefield is under control of the state of Indiana, and is surrounded by a high iron fence. GOBBLING THK SUPPLY Kailroads ContWatinic Coal Wher ever Found On Track. Indianapolis, Dec. 19. Private con sumers are not the only sufferers from lack of coal. There is not a railroad entering Indianapolis that is not short of coal, and some of them have hardly half a day's fuel ahead. Consequently they are confiscating coal going over the roads wherever found, and this will make the shortage still more no ticeable in Indianapolis and other cit ies. The mines cannot get out the coal fast enough to supply the demand, the railroads cannot furnish cars enough to haul all that the mines turn out. and now the cars that are furnished will be confiscated until the roads have coal cnoj;:'i so that traffic will not be Topr'i. T'. engines on the Belt roa.'. ere t mains slack. j t'ni'tl OwiatiiMi. For Wayne. In 1.. Dec. 19. Miss Viia Dey!-. a beau iful young girl of IS. tras taken to St. Joseph"s hospital yesterday suffering from intestinal trouble. When the eurceof, docided to operate a young man to whom she was to have been married in a few j?v5 became so violent in opposition tnat Be .1 e put tm.-ter res-ramt. The p!rl died on .'h aM and he is nearly crazjj with grcf. !M .f iTHIIIK AtKilC Iafayette. led, Dec. 19. Ames A. Jackson, a member of the livery and ; stock firm of Jaclison Moore, took a carload of boss to Iiiianapolis last week ar t r? -'ved the moiipy for thoin, since which time he has been . n'lssing. Mr. Moore yesterday filed a petition in the circuit court askia? that the partnership be cTssolved and a re-j reiver appointed. E. Fred Smith was appointed receiver. j 'Hi Win Went Visiting:. j Valparaiso, Ind.. Dec. 19. Jaeol i Lambert, mail carrier, drove to the postoffiee and delivered his mail, after which he swallowed strychnine in an attempt at suicide. He was despond ent because his wife had gone to her parents on a visit. There is not much likelihood of recovery. j Carried to Court 1 loom - Evansville. Ind.. Dec. 19. William Bloekley, aged 30. dying of incurable disease was carried to the courtroom that he might be given a divorce from his wife, who abandoned him some weeks ago. Bloekley carries life In surance which he has changed so that a friend may Inherit it. WILUb Ml'KDKU Such Ia tfte Grand Jury's Verdict In Miner It lot Cases. Madison rille, Ky.. Dec. 19. The Webster county grand jury in session at Dixon returned indictments yester day against James D. Wood, president of the United Mine Workers of Amer ica of the 23rd district, Kittridge Bar naby, vice president, and W. B. Kis singer, a member of the official board, charges them as accessories before the fact for willful murder. The indictments are a result of an Investigation into the facts connected with the attack made on the Provi dence mines by the union men five weeks ago. One of the union men named Givens, who was killed in the battle, had papers on his person which were introduced as evidence against the union leaders. A list of the guns, their numbers and the names of the men to whom the guns had been given were found, together with other evi dence. Wood. Barnaby and Kissinger, the Indicted, will be refused bond. Barnaby was in Madisonville yester day and Wood is said to be in Central ' City. A Twenty Year Sentence. Madisonville. Ky., Dec. 19. The jury at Dixon, Ky.. in the case of Jean Couch, a negro union miner, charged with shooting into a wagon load of non-union negroes enroute to the Prov idence mines, returned a verdict of guilty and sentenced Couch to 20 years in the penitentiary. President Wood of the district mine workers' union, who Is now In Central City, claims that two attempts were made by un known persons to assassinate him Tuesday night. Tntn I- Ctt'ir:rd. London, Dec. 19. Dr. Krause, the former governor of Johannesburg, who is charged with high treason and hav ing incited Cornelius Broekma. the ex public prosecutor of Johannesburg (who was executed Sept. 30). to mur der John Douglas Foster, an English lawyer attached to Lord Roberts' staff, was formally committed for trial yes terday at the Bow street police. Hoys In Battle Colon. Colombia, Dec. 19. The gov ernment troops who fought in the Nombre de Dios engagement last Fri- . lv end who were recruited In the Colombian province of An'ioquia. are receivins; praise for their bravery. Even sirall boys shouldered guns and went ino battle aJter having perform ed a wonderful a.d fatiguing march across the country. j lrlcr ,lrgel I I inroln. Neb.. Dec. 19. After a pre liminary hearing occupying three dqys. C. E. Hayward r.as last evening ! Sound over without bail to the district court on the charge of murdering for mer Kopresen' a-ive John J. Gillilan last AHtTist. Gillilan was shot dead i on the street late at night while re turning to his .ome. Wal(Hi!t Defeats I he "Cliamn" Buffalo. Dec. 19. Ruoe Ferns, the welter weis-M rhmniori went down to See our Christmas Umbrellas. Handsome new line. 98c deteat at tne nanus 01 joe vajcocu the Barbadoes tlack. ia five rounds in the arena or the International clu house at Fort Erie last nigit. TKHSB TKI.K;i!AMS A vonu u lf-!:nx a band of the t'olombiaa Tf." ooM wire in fe oitH force.! the line ol freezing ain'1 t Tamp. Fla. The navy .ejiartroent ha anrnmnceJ tlie final acceptance of lie battleship Wi-aeamsin. Ttie Di!y News, the lo l.n pa-o-B -t or hintii at ai eUle-nent of bu-:;litii oa Sun-lay. Klin t Marconi i a in! exi-r:m":er, atd that iLe ir-i--w telegraphy will be a suc-ce-s. There is a rti-;h to a new poM fle!d on Marot Cr-k in the Stewart river district of the Klondike. The senate yesterday confirmed several hundred army promotions ami several prorao t on- in the navy. Gen. W. Y. Perry, one of the few remainint Confclerate brigadier iceneraU U Ued ai hw home, in BowlinK Green. Ky. The Kentucky court of appeals has confirmed the life sentence of John and Charles Shot well convicted of participating in the deadly C'orbin ru-t. It ia stated that Lord Roberta, commander-in-Bhicf of the British force, contemplates .-t. ing the war office in April, and that he will b succeeded by the fuke of Connausht. Provision for a permanent civil government ad for much important legislation rewarding the industrial development of the Philippines u embodied in the annual report of thai Puiiippin eeuiniissjon. Child Family Rnrneil. Brazil, Ind.. Dec. 19. The 16 year old daughter of William Pruett. under taker of Jasonville, was burned to death yesterday. She was standing before a grate when her clothing caught fire, the flames burning her body so badly that she could not sur vive. Tired ot Lite. South Bend, Ind., Dec. 19. Myrtle Sperry, a divorced young woman, serv ing as office assistant for a dentist, was found nearly dead in her rooms yesterday, having turned on the gas with suicidal intent. She had threat ened to kill herself on former occa sions. Workman Loses An Arm. Delphi. Ind., Dee. 19. While work ing at the Dv(lge paper mill Robert Coates, engaged in oiling tne machin ery, caught his hand between the cogs of two large wheels. His right arm was so badly mangled that amputation at the elbow was necessary. Pro-l5r Ca -t.es Hint. London. Dec. 19. David Lloyd George, M. P., in speaking in Birming ham town hall last night precipitated a scene unprecedented in that city tslnee the Ashton Park liots. The ma jority of the audience were hostile to the speaker and were enraged by his pro-Boer and anti-Chamberlain utter ances. They rushed the police cordon guarding the platform. In the mean while the building was lwsieged from the outside by a mob of several thou sand people, who smashed windows and tried to force the doors which hi been barricaded. They fusiladed the audience with stones through the win dows. The police reserves were turn ed out and succeeded in dispersing the mob after repeated charges. A num ber of persons were injured and the town hall was completely wrecked. Not a single window was left whole. Ventilation. Always have at Ipjisi one window open in the sU-opitis room, even lu the coldest weather, as the ordinary bed room does uol contain enough osygeii to supply one ierson with pure air for more than two hours. K x port llearr. California. Utah. Colorado and a part of Arizoua produce about all the Amer ican honey that is sold abroad. Parr Carbon. All of the diamouds that you see in the jewelers' windows are pure car bon. They are carlnjii crystallized, the most permanent of gems, for they can ueitber be melted uor dissolved. BlnrkKlonr. Rlnekstotie. the author of the Incom p:H":l!ie f.:iutiieii1:irieK of the 1:1 ws of Knirl.-ini!. i.is an undoubted believer ill witchcrtt ft. To assist digestion, relieve distress after eating r drissking too heartily, to prevent constipation, take Sold everywhere. 25 cents. FURS BEAUTIFUL FURS. ,'ery appropriate for Christmas presents. How happy you can make your sister, or the other fellow's sister by ivins her a et of furs Or your wife, or mother, your little neice, or any one else will always be pleased with a et of furs. Our stock is very large and complete, and all at special Christinas prices. Fur Capes and Collarettes, in Asirakhin, Electric Seals, Coney and Beaver. Prices from $2 to S20. Cluster Scarfs, in all t.e leading furs and styles; beautiful line. Prices frcm SI to $37. 50. Double Scarfs, Straight Scarfs, ex'ra lorg Curved Scarfs. Stoim Scatfs in all the leading furs, asd prices rery. very reasorabe. FUR JACKETS Astrakhan Jackets, Electric Seal Jackets, Near Seal Jackets, in plain and trimmed. Price?, S32.50 to S55. CHILDREN'S AND MIOSES' FURS Nice assortment of Fur Sets, $1.25 to 9.00. 175 Scarfs end Boas, choice and cheap. Prices, Sl.OO to $ 37.50. Corre acd see us "fur" Furs. AN UNEQUALED RECORD. There is a Rapidly Increas ing Volume of Richmond ; Evidence Rolling Up for the Great Medicine Dr. A. W. Chase's Nerve Pills. ; It would seem that h trIlv anyone ;n takte l).-. A. Lnas- s rserve I Piils without receiving m irked ben 'etit. Tbe wonderful action of this ! medicine in putting people on their j feet who are in a weak, run-down condition is the talk of every place (they are known. It is only a short time since they first came to R ch- moDd, yet todav they are more ia evidence for merit with Richmond people than all other medicines com bined Mrs. S K. Morgan of number 115 torth seventeenth street, Richmond, Ind., says. "For some time I have been kind of ruD down in health and as a result I was troubled a lot with nervousness. I pot a box of Dr.A.W. Chase's Nerve Pills at A. G. Luken & Co. 's drug storo and af er taking part of a box of the pilU I can say I feel much better and my nervous sst m is. toned up. Icoos'der these pills have greatly benefitted me and I can recommend them." Pr. A. W. Chase's Nerve Pills are sold at 50c a box at dealers or Dr. A W. Cbase Medicine Co., Buffalo, N. Y, See that porrait and signa ture of A. W. Cbase M. 1). re on every package. Richmond, Ind. FOUND AT LAST A remedy put up inlozouger form una as plea ant to take asita name would imply and a poA tive core for Constipation, whether obstinate oa occasional, also Sick Headache .Sallow Complex ion, Jaundiced Eyes. Offensive Breath, Tarpld and Sluggish Liver and Biliousness. C. E. Carter's Laxative Chocolates will positively cure any of the above conditions. It is pleasant to tbo tasio; ad a purely vegetable laxative with no bad after-effects, nor pain, not griping. It is essentially neceasary to good health that tbe Liver and Bowels be kept in a clean, regular and healthy condition, and Car ter's Laxative Chocolates will aid nature in the proper discharge of tier dnties, and prevent any more serious complications which might arise from lack of attention. It is invaluable foi Children and very delicate Women, and has no nauseous or objectionable taste. PRICE, 25 AND 60 CENTS. The 50c. box contains two and one-half times the quantity of the 25c size. & E. CARTER CO. 71 W. Jackson St.. CHICAGO, Trade supplied by A. G. Luken & Co., wholesale druggist, 628 and 630 Main street, Richmond, Ind., and Charles L. Magaw, druggist. 201 Ft. Wayne Avenue, Richmond, Ind, SPECIAL HOLIDAY SALE. SENSIBLE GIFTS. You will be astonished at the marve ous display of pretty things in FIJUXITURJE and the LOW PRICES when you visit this store. It is only necessary to exercise a little good ju lament m such a vast assortment as ours to find jnst the right thing to please husband, wife father, mother, brother and sister. Here is a partial list of what we sell to give an idea of the completeness of stock: Brass bed?, iroa beds. oid dressers, chiffoniers, ladies' dressing tables, bedroom eets, sideboards, buffets, extension tables, chiaa loset3, ladie' de?k, bokcase3, library tables, hall saata, hail gla&ts, parlor tables, rockers, Morris chairs. We hoi g tts purchased until Xmas Ferd. Grotliaus. 614 Sl 616 MAIN. up to $10. RRY CHRIS THINGS TO GIVE THE MEN FOLKS. Here tb-iy ae, that i if the gifts ar to be of th practical port. Maybe above all bVd prefer an OVERCOAT or feUIT. Perhaps yon rould not please father, or brother, or sou better than to give him a gift of this sort. v Overcoats or Suits here at $5 to $16. Lots of prices in between. Then if He's not in the family, but willing to be, for Him a multitude of suggestions i. Smoking Jackets, Neckties. Collars, Suspend ers, Gloves. Mufflers, Shirts, Handkerchiefs, Umbrellas, Jewelry, Hats, Fancy Vests, etc. O r strk is fu'l of Christina Ruqr3re5tions rf theusful sort. A e can't tell about all. Ctme and sre them, the best way. The GLOBE The Price Clothiers, Furnishers and Hatters. 803 Main St. ? 7 . ' i WIDUP &. THOMPSON.