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R/ULWAVS IcKinley Gets His ray From Salem Vdamston. on Railroad Company will .ine up Glen Elk to hannon. OFFICIAL NOTICE Sent Here of the End of the Brew ery Workmen Strike Boycott Raised From Several Brew ing Establishments. B. W. Reynolds, vice president of the Trades and Labor Council, re ceived the following open letter this morning! relating to action taken on beer: To the public In general and organized labor In particular! Greeting:?The International Union of the United Brewery Workmen of America wish to Inform the public that the lock-out of the Brewery Workmen in Cincinnati. Ohio, New ' ~ rt and Covington, Ky., is ended, nd a settlement reached satisfactory to all parties concerned. The boycott against the various Brewing Companies: J. ilauck Brew ing Co.,'C. Moerlelu Brewing Co., The Jubg Brewing Co., G. Wiedemann .Brewing Co., J. Brenner Brewing Co., Bavarian Brewing _ Co , Covington Brewing Co., Bellevue Brewing Co., J. G. Sohn Brewing Co., The Jackson .Brewing Co., Fo^s & Schneider Brew ing Co., H. Lackmau Brewing Co., Gambrinus Stock Co., J. C. Bruck mann Urewing Co., Gerke Brewing Co, '-Hudepobl Brewing . Co., .1. KaufTmann Brewing Col, Germanla Brewing Co., ? Fairmont) Brewing Co., Walker Brewing Co., H. Adam Brewing Co., The Schaller Brewing Co., Windisoh-Muhlhauscr Brewing Co., In tlio above named cities Is lifted, and the product of all Cincinnati, O., Covington and New port, Ky., breweries Is declared fair. All hostilities must'cease according to the settlement made. We wish (to extend our hearty thanks to ali those who have aided and assisted us in bringing about this result, and assure them that we fully appreciated the.valuable services ren dered By older lof the International Ex ecutive Bolrd: Jui__Zoun, > Louis Kempieh, International Secretaries.' P. S.-.-The Schmidt and Hcrancourt 'Brewing Companies have been union breweries before. 'r ,T"m ' ? ~ Preparing for Recital Preparations are being made for the gnal recital of the music and elocu tion departments of Broaddus Insti tute. Tt Is to be held In the Baptist church, Friday eveniug, December 18. No Police Court There was no session of court at police headquarters this morning ow ing to the absence of Mayor Crlle. The Mayor went out on the M. B. last evening, on a business trip. Sued For by William Mulllcjan In Wood County Court. \ ? ; ( ' ? ? 1 ' ' ? ' \ W\. Wants Dr. Stout to Pay Hlm $K>, OuG For Loss of Leg. William J. Mulligan, of Weston, has Instituted suit lu the circuit court of Wood county against D. H. B. Stout, of Parkersburg, for ten thousand dol lars damages arising from alleged mal practice from the loss of a leg. Mulligan, who Is a resident of Wes ton, was on an excnrslon from Pitts burg to Weston about a year ago. When the train stopped at Clarks burg he got off and in getting on again he was caught between tho platform and the car and had his leg broken. The railroad company took charge of the case and Mulligan was taken to tile Parkersburg city hospital and he was under the care of Dr. Stout. The plalhttff alleges that he lay for days without attention, that his in Jury was not properly dressed, and that as a consequence gangrene set In about six weeks after he was admit ted to the hospital, and that In order to save his life amputation was resort ed to, the member being removed near the hip, about twelve Inches above the Injury. Mulligan lost a $25,000 damage, suit against the B. & O. Railroad Compa ny in federal court here In October last. SMAUPOXBILL Allowed to the City by the County Court. A committee from the city coj^pcil composed of Mayor L. C. Orile and Councilman Moore awaited upon the county court Thursday afternoon and presented a bill for expenses incurred in handling thesmallpox at the Deison hotel and Martin's camp a few months ago, which was paid by the city- The bill amounted to 8555.35, including 8125 for services rendered by Dr. Korn mann. The court allowed the bill after deducting the amount asked- fcr Dr. Kornmann. The court claimed that lthad him hired at 810 a day and that the bill was excessive. Councilman Williams In conjunction with the city representatives already mentioned asked the court to have the side walks on the Glen Elk bridge repaired and put lu suitable condition for pedestrians. Interesting Case W. Frank St*nit, Referee In Bank ruptcy, lias returned from Buckhan non, where he ruled upon an Interest ing oase. Inthecasc of S. .C. Wolf, the question whethdr a judgement for a-line Imposed by the Circuit Court upon an indictment for a violation" of the law is a "provable debt," Referee Stout ruled that it was, and the court of Upshur county has Instructed Its attorneys to appeal the case to the United States Supreme Court, in the. event that Judge Jackson sustains the ruling. In a like case Judge Jackson ruled that such a debt was a "prova ble debf'atid In all likelihood the case ?Will go up to the Supreme Court. All Trains Late Nearly every train on the B. Jfc O, has been running ofT schedule tlnre for the past week or so. The through trains are generally an hour or two late and tbe accommodation trains have difficulty in making their time. The bad weather and congested traf lie on the road Is tbe cause. Silas Stathers has returned from Webster county, where he examined a a coal Ueld. FLOYD FRUflft Interesting Sketch of the Life of Deceased Civil Engineer. Many Responsible Positions Held by Him In Railroad Engineering. ! Mr. Floyd N. Fruni was born Sep tember 16,1871, at Bridgeport W. Va. tie lived on a farm until tbe spring of 1880, when he entered the State Nor mal school at Fairmont, "VV. Va. By teaching in winter and attending school in spring and summer he re ceived a State Normal School diploma in 1895. After teaching one term in Fairmont State Normal School he entered the civil engineering depart ment of the State University In 1805, from which be was graduated with the degree of B. S. C. I}. June 1899. Two months before his graduation lie accepted a position as assistant to tha Supt. of Buildings and Grounds of the Pencoyd Iron and Steel Bridge Company at Pencoyd, Pa., In which place he served until August, 1899, when he accepted a position as tran sltman under C. McC. Lemley, assist ant engineer B. & O. R. R., Phillppi, W. Va. This work consisted of pre liminary surveys, location and con struction of the Pt., P. B. & T. V. K. B. and Burnsville branch which was completed In December, 1900. He had cbarge"of the construction of a weigh ing yard and Y on the Burnersvllle branch the beginning of 1901, after which ho made a topographical suavey of the Q. & B. division. During the spring of 1992 he made a preliminary survey from Confluence to Ohio Pyle and conducted the location of the Pa., P. B. & T. V. B. B. from Lemley Junction to Buckhannon. He accepted a position as resident engineer at Connellsvllle, Pa., May, 1902, where he had charge of the con struction of the Connellsville yards of the B. & O. R. R. until his death December 5th, 1902. HAGGERTY I Will Address Parkersburg Trades and Labor Council. Thomas Haggerty, of this city, the labor organizer of coal miners' strike fame, will go to Parkersburg to ad dress the Trades and Labor Council of that city Jfunday. _ He wrote a letter to the president of the council. Wed nesday stating that he* would accept its invitation to be present at Sunday's meeting to deliver the address, lie has not announcsd his subject- The meeting will be held at 2 JO o'clock In the afternoon. DEATH Claims Homer Frush of Davlsson's - Run Wednesday Night. Homer Frush, ageS twenty-six years, died at the home of his father-in-law,' W. R. Ross, on Davlsson's Run, Wednesday night at half past ten o'clock. He had been a sufferer with diabetes. A wife and two children survive him. Tbe funeral services will be held Friday morning from .the Ross residence at 9:30 o'clock. Inter ment will be In tbe Custer oemetery. The Clifford-Osborn Company, of this city has charge of the funeral. Hall Quits J. D. Hall, who has been connected with the Clarksburg News for several months, resigned has position, last evening and his connection with that paper Immediately ceased. We have not learned in what business lie will engage. REV. HUDSON Called * to the Pastorate of First Presbyterian Church. Received Over Two Thirds of Vote at Congregational Meeting. A congregational meeting was held in the First Presbyterian church Wed nesday night for the purpose of issuing a call for a pastor of the church. The meeting was attended by about fifty members of the church and congrega tion. W. II. Freeman called the meeting to order and James N. David was eiec&ea moderator. Among the several candidates the successful one was Rev. William Hud son, of Waynesburg, Pa. lie received , over two-thirds of the votes. * They j were cast by ballot. The elders, W. H. Freeman, James I N. David, John Koblegard and A. H. Stotler, will sign the call and send it to Rev. Heliwell. of ManninKton, moderator of this Presbytery, and he will submit it at a meeting of the Presbytery, after which, if acted upon favorably, it will be sent to Mr. Hud son and his Presbytery, the Redstone, which will in turn take action upon it. The Parkersburg Presbytery, to which tihe church here belongs, will then ar range for the installation. Rev. Mr. Hudson is a graduate of Princeton and a young man of superior intellect. AMATEURS Will Present "Three Fairy Olfts" in Colored School Hall. "Three Fairy Gifts" will be pre sented by a company of local amateurs Friday evening in the Water street school ball. The entertainment will be under the auspices of the grammar department of the city colored schools and the proceeds will be devoted to library and other purposes. The drama will be followed by vocal and rhetorical renditions and Jack O'Lan tem drill. A small admission will be charged. EXMMMtTION Will be Taken by Hetr. Mr. Dowell of This City. Rev. Mr. Dowell, who bas been bere some months as assistant to Rev. T. W. Cooke, pastor of the Christ Epis copal church, went to Parkersburg Thursday morning. The object of! bis trip was to pass an examination before the blBhop for the purpose of becoming a full-fledged minister in the Episcopal denomination. Mr. Dowell has been very successful in his wor k here. RAILROAD Files Its Charter In Office Here for Recordation. The c larter of the Katylick Rail road Company was filed Wednesday j In the county clerk's office here for I recordation. The proposed railroad will begin at Reynoldsville and trav erse the most practicable route to Mannlngton. The principal office of the company will be at ReynoldsvUle. The authorized capital Is t50,000, ot UOO shares each. The Incorporators arc E.A,Humpbrles,W.H.Cunningham, J. A. Barnhart, Harry Dunn and J. W. Ana wait. Miss Florence Post, who has been the guest of relatives in the city, haf returned to her home at Temple tnoorc. HALF MILLION INVOLVED Instituted in United for an Accounting Business. Meyer Rubber Company Gets ed for Otto Creek Boom and Lumber pany in Tucker County. A suit involving a half million dol lars worth of property was started in the United States Circuit Court here Thursday morning. Judge Nathan Gntr in chambers bad presented to him the bill in the suit asking for an accounting of the business In,contro versy. The plaintiffs Is the Meyer Rub ber Company of New York, and the defendant the Otter Creek Boom and Lumber Company, of Tucker county. After hearing argument In the case Judge GofT appointed three New York gentlemen as receivers for the com pany. They will take charge of the company's several large plants and continue tbe business until the fur ther order of the court. The plaintiff was represented by Messrs. Stetson, Jennings & Russell, prominent New York attorneys, and the defendant's interests were looked after by Attorney Lewis, of Phila delphia. The matters In controversy are said to be somewhat complicated and the litigation Is likely to be of long du ration. ADJOURNED County Court Closes the Regular December Term. Deputy County Clerk and Superin tendent Qualify. j.. ~ ? Much Routine Business Occupies Attention of the Court. County court, which has been In regular term all the week, adjourned Thursday evening. J. Ilornor Davis qualified as deputy county clerk. Warden Stewart qualified as con stable of Clay district. E. J. West, Jacob Hickman and Jacob Romlne were appointed view ers of a proposed bridge across the mouth of Buzzards Boost run in Clay District. Prof. L. Wayman Ogden qualified as county superintendent of free: schools In tbe penally of 1500 wlthj James N. Hess us surety. The hotel license of George W. Delson was transferred to H. M. Heavencr. James J. Connell was granted an ex one rat, loo of taxeB of $16 oat1,000 er roneous assessment; ana^roe West I'ork Oil and Natural Gas Company, 1185. Promoted to Dispatcher's Office L. C. Lemar, day telegraph operator at the B. & O. passenger depot, has been promoted to tbe office of Assist ant Train Dispatcher under Chief Dispatcher P. Judge, at Grafton. Mr. Lemar will be succeeded as day opera tor by Mr. Nottingham, who lia* been the night operator. John Garry has gone to"Maryland, Ind., to visit Mrs. Garry's mother. S WALLACE BANK the Latest Move m Banklno" Circles of the County. .. > - Will be Capitalized at $35,000 Stock Subscribed. The turn or Wallace is to have a bank and the enterprise of the cltl ZCnS 18 praise worthy. The dove ment Is well under way and most of the capital stock has been subscribed. ,L V?m,C00tO bCKln wit" the Institution will be a state bank "Ith all the powers accorded by lawto such banks. Among those in the movement are Kestus K. Robing ThZ i0S?n a,Ul T' J' Pa"^ Thirty or more of the leading men lo that sectl.ii will be stockholders. Til I papers arc being prepared for applies-'. RIOTERS :?*. - . f , Are Reported as Belno In the Law's Clutches. Announcement Not Made Where TJiey Were Arrested. ^ t is unomcialiy reported that the * a em glass blowers who crectcd a riot <>n >o. 12 Saturday night between bere and Salem have been apprehend ? . The report is unverilied. These men left Salem next day after the oc currence and appeared to have com pletely disappeared. An omclal of the railroad company is reported as hav Og made the statement that they ave been located and arrested but at Thf n,aCC h? d'd not a"??"?ce. The win be broilght bcfQre Squ)re Riley for a hearing. The warrant for their arrest was issued by him. LAND-SUDi; Occurs on Monongah Division and Delays Trains. A big landslide occurred on the Monongah division of theiBaJtimore & Ohio railroad at 4 o'clocl Wednes day afternoon at a point jusi opposite Adams ton. The passenger train from airmont that evening, waifortunate , In getting throagh to UiMplace fore the slide happened, buff all after thai were delayeoi seyral i The track was not cleare ly midnight and a large I were required to rerao mass of dirt and rocks. frank A mue, of ia visitor.