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l'renching nt Pine Grovo was
well attended last Sunday niglit.
Mr. Clarence Edwards who lias
been on the sick list for some time
Mr. II. A. Gordon and wife en
tertained nt dinner, last Sunday,
D.O. Walker and wife of Starr, C.
E. lvalklo8ch and wife, of Point
Pleasant, and Miss Goldie Debolt,
Mr. Adam Thomas, of South
Bloomingville, is opperuting his
saw mill en the Ikory farm at
Wm. Kitchen has a vorj- sick
horse at "this writing. It will
hardly get well.
Mr. Spencer, of Adelphla, was
in our vicinity last week buying
G. H. Devoro and wife visited
friends at Enterprise last week.
The School Teachers, of this
place feel a little shaky about get
ting forty dollars a month for
teaching school next winter.
II. A. Gordon made a business
trip to South Bloomingville last
Mr. Charley lies, of Hue, is vi
siting friends in and around Cedar
Everylody invited to the festi
val given bv the ladies of U. B.
Church at Enterprise Ohio, Satur
day evening June 30.
Wheat harvest is here again,
which refreshens our minds of the
promise which God mide immedi
ately after the flood; that so long
as the earth remaineth seed time
and harvest is sure.
Mr. Headly Lawes, after several
days sojourn in Lead City, S. D.,
returned to his home here last
J. H. Blosser, Harry and Robert
Coffey, James Francis, and J. W.
Dounhour were among those from
this place that had business in
Nelsonyille lust Saturday,
James Mahalfen, of Sand Run,
was seen here last Saturday even
ing. Mrs. Wm. Parks and daughters,
Tisha and Ruth, spent last Sunday
Albert Isenhour, of Nelsonville,
visited at the homo of Joseph
Spooner last Sunday.
Robert and Ezikiel Coffey and
Wright Hawk moved their families
from here last week. Mr. Hawk
moved to Nelsonville, and the
Coiley families to Illinois. The 3
families take II) from the popula
tion of Carbonhill ; in spite of all
the hustling of the storks the pop
ulation of our town is on the wane.
Isom Millhull' received the sad
intelligence, last week, that his
brothers 13 year old daughter, in
Washington, went out in the even-
ing to drive up the cows and fail -
ing to return in a reasonable time
tho alarm was raised and a search
ing party sent out. About mid
night her body was discovered in
the woods, in a little ravine, part
ly covered with leaves and dirt,
with her throat cut from ear to
ear, and an ugly wound in the
right breast. In my estimation
such worthless scoundrels as hor
slayer should have their feet ai d
head fast in some kind of stocks,
and be stretched into eternity by
Governor Pattison is dead, A
noble man hus fallen, tho nation
has lost one of its best men, the
state hus lost orio of its very best
governors it ever hud, the Metho
dist church hus lost one of its
strongest supporters, the wife has
lost a noble husband, the children
u loving father, Clermont county
has lost one of its best business
moil and Milford has loet one of
ita best citizens.. The nation
weeps, the state weeps, tho county
and town of Milford weeps, we
weep as individuals. Why does
the nation weep? The answer
cnines, becauso Mr. Pattison was
one of the few men in tlio nation
tlint had the mnnhood and courage
to stand on his principles and defy
the political bosses and corruption.
Why does tho state weep? Bo
cause Mr. Pattison was enforcing
the laws that 0 to make up a
better form of government for peo
ple of the stato and had the sup
port of the bettor class people of
all political parties. Why does
all the better class of people weep
over his death? The answer
canics, the reason wo are sorry he
is dead is because wo were glad he
lived. In business, in politics, in
every undertnkinc in life defeat
never crossed his path. His only
defeat was his death, against
which ho made a gallant fight, but
the odds were to heavy for him to
over come. Sleep on noble man
till the final resurrection, until the
time when we all must appear be
fore the judge of all the earth to
be judged according to the deeds
done in tho body.
Wheat harvest is on and every
body is busy.
Lewis Rodman has bought a new
Wm II. Funk and D. E. Harsh
are still buyinc wool. They re
ceived at their ware house in Tbo
gan, Saturday, June 2JJ, about
10 000 pounds of wool.
Cecil Siiultz is on the sick list
at this time.
Jonathan Shaw-called on Lewis
Rodman, Sunday afternoon.
On Saturday evening, June 23,
the friends of Will Funk gave him
a birthday surprise, it was'planued'
by his good wife and successfully
carried out to perfection, as he
never suspected an' thing until
the friends and neighbors came
Hocking in on him at 8 o'clock p.
ui. He was equal to the occasion
and greeted each one with a hearty
hand shake. Then the women gQt
busy and soon had a bountiful
supper on the table, to which all
did ample justice, after which they
had some very fine music, on violin
and organ, by G. F. Reinstetlo and
daughter, Sylvia. After which
they all departed for their homes
wishing Will many more returns
of his anniversary.
John Hansel, of Ewing, is the
champion cake eater, but says ho
Can't toll if it is chocolate or not,
but he knows that it is cake.
Misses Reatha Huffman and
Merrll Van Curen visited Mrs, W.
Vanfossan last Saturday evening.
Mrs. Belinda Dresback and Mrs.
Mary Wilson called on Mrs. Lu
John Poling visited his mother,
Mrs Rebecca Poling last Monday.
Cherry pickers were very plontJ-4
ful last Monday, more so than tho
T?ni-m Aia nrn Imatr mitHtirr limit-
heat tll,8 woek.
Messrs Johnson and Smith, of
Sals creek, passed through hero
last Tuesday enroute to Logan,
Mr. and Mrs, Georgo Cupp were
Logan visitors last Tuesday,
Andy Mottler and John Davis,
of Haynes, passed through Purseil
lust Tuesday enroute to Logan,
Emery and Ira Bainter have
purchased new buggies. v
Sam Lamu sold a valuable horse
t) Harry Febus,
R, If, Dresback and Cora Oldfield
were Logun visitors Saturday,
Mr, and Mrs, William Huffman
visited Mr. and Mrs, John Eborst,
of Luurelvillo, Saturday,
Mr, Will Wine and family wero
the Sunday guests of Mr, and Mrs,
G, W. Cupp.
Miss May Smyres called on Mrs,
Barbara France, Sunduy ovening.
Mr, aifft Mrs, John Kern, of
Cedar Grove, visited their daugh
ter, Mrs1 Ida Smelts, last Monday,
Mr. John Chilcote and son,
Martin, wero business visitors in
Logan one day last week.
Picking cherries seems to bo tho
order of the day nt present.
Mr. G. W. Cupp and wife made
a busli.css trip to Logan one day
Mr, Tladalo wife and dntightor,
of Salt Creek, piiB?ed through this
Mr. Jonu Tattuaii is working on
big fotlr at prodelit.
Mr. Emery Bainter, wife and
little sou, Oliver, visited Mr. Wm.
II lU'man nnd family Saturday and
Preaching at Pine Grove next
Sunday afternoon by Rev. Read,
Mr. R. II. Dresback made a
business trip to Logan, Saturday.
Mr. Isaac Brown is working for
A. Bainter nt present, building
a flue chicken house.
Mr. Henry Gordon passed
through this place Saturday oven
ing. Misses Mary Williird, Alta and
Eura Woodard and Myrtle Lytlo
were the guests of Miss Ilulda
Bainter, Sunday aftornoon.
"Mr. F. W. Conklo mndo a busi
ness trip to South Bloomingville,
Messrs AbLytleand Will Wood
ard are in the employ of R. H.
Dresback at present.
Mr. II, W. Kitchen passed down
our Valley last Saturday.
Mr. Georgo Conkle passed
through this plnce Saturday
enroute to South Perry.
Mrs. Lucy Bainter called on
Mrs. Maggie Bainter, of Cedar
Misses Lucy Mullen and May
Williard called on Mrs Lizzie
Buckingham one day last week.
Mr. Noah McCowen passed
through this place. Monday.
Mr. Shan Kuhn passed through
this place enroute to Bloomingville,
Mr. Wm. Kitchen called on his
son, Vern, of Bethelville, Thurs
day. Mr. F. W. Conkle and family
visited Mr. and Mrs. John Conkle,
of SqunBh Run, Sunday.
Several from this place attended
the Memorial services at South
Bloomingville, Sunday, and all
report a good time.
Case Goes .over, .
- Newark, O., June 2C. The case of
James Lingafelter, cashier ot the-
Newaik Savings bank, which was
closed in 1904, was called for trial be
fore Judge Eason of Wooster for forg
ery, but upon the motion of the de
fendant, who alleged the absence of a
witness, Frank Warden, and indispo
sition ot his attorney, Judge Eason sot
the case for Sept. 4. Counsel agreed
to try the case then.
Cincinnati, 0 June 2G. Attorney
Diuilol Falls Wilson, eldest son ot
Judge Moses F. Wilson, is dead, aged
33. Deceased was for 10 years record
ing Hecretury of tho Cincinnati Bar
association and was a member of the
McMillan lodge of Masons. He was
the candidate of the Gold Democrats
for state attorney general in 189C.
Ice Men Soaked.
Tolcio, O. June 28. In common
pleas court Judge ICInkade Imposed
Ihe maximum sentence of $5,000 fine
and.pne year in tho workhouse on Ave
lee men for conspiracy In restraint of
trudo. The men sentenced are Joseph
A. Millar, who was convicted; It. A.
Beard, It. C, Lemmon, H. P, Brelnlng
and Peter II. Waters, who pleaded
guilty. The Judge said the sentences
might bo mitigated In the event the
men made restitution. The hear
ings on tho motions In arrest of
Judgment can not be heard for some
time, and the Ice men will stand com-
.mltted until the fines ure paid or the
sentence otherwise disposed ot.
Auditors to Qet Fee.
Columbus, O., Juue 2C -The county
uudltors will get for the year 1905
tholr two-tenths per cent fees for
handling the school funds. The leglo
lature abolished this fee. The supreme
court held that for back years the
fees were legal, but could not be paid
out of the tax fund, us that had ulready
bean distributed. County Auditor
Eugene Lewis of Hamilton county, who
hud brought tho suit ugulnst Itudolph
K, Hynlcka, treasurer ot the same
county, did aot give up the contention.
Ho succee'id In getting the court to
modify the Journal entry in the case
and permit the adltors to collect their
fees out of any delinquent taxes, for
the yeur 1905, which may have been
Toyed With Gun.
Toledo, O., June 26. Harold Stone,
11, shot aud Instantly killed himself
with a revolver, he found In a dresser
drawer in his mother's bedrooms. He
was playing with the weapon and It
Is thought accidentally pulled the trig
ger against his bieaot. He never be
fore touched tho loyolver, although It
wub always within his reach,
Strikers Return to Work,
Ashtubulu, O., June 20. The 230
members of the Workers' union who
had boon out of tho Lake Shore shops
here for tvo weeks on strike returuod
to work on the old basis of wages.
Shot and" Killed.
Bildgeport, O., June 26, Albert Wll
Hums of M'irtlii'B Ferry, O., died from
a bullet wound lu tho stomach re
ceived, It Is charged, while robbing
the Car) Dolulc Saloon,
Governor Harris to Preside Cver
PARTY LEADERS' PREDICTION
Important Decisions Handed Down by
tM Ohio Supreme Court State
Tesohera Meet at Put-In-Day Polit
ical and Qeneral Intelligence of the
Columbus, 0 June 27. Acting Gov
ernor Harris' has decided to ascertain
If D. W. Cummins of Marysvlllo, O.,
who was appointed on tho board of
trustees of the Soldlors' and Sailors'
Orphans' home by Governor Herrlck,
would serve, before appointing anyone
else. Mr. Cummins never formally ac
cepted the appointment and did not
receive his commission. After confer
ring with General It. fi. Brown of
Zunc3Vllle and General W. P. Orr of
Plquu, trustees, and Colonel J, W. 11.
Kline, coramundant of the home, the
governor directed Secretary Houck to
send Cummins his commission. If he
will serve the Sandusky board will
have a quorum and can 'approve the
Senator Dick Issued a statement at
Washington In which he indorses Gov
ernor Harris to succeed himself as
governor in 190S.
While no plan of action has been
mapped out, It Is almost certain Gover
nor Harris will open the coming Repub
lican state convention and will sound
the keynote ot this year's campaign.
Such Is the opinion of party leaders
here. Everything points toward the
seloctlon of Governor Harris as tem
porary chairman of the convention.
As the congressional campaign will be
fully as Important as the state cam
paign this year, If not more so, it la
said General Kelfer or Nicholas Long
worth or Colonel Nevlu may be select
ed as permanent chairman.
It Is reported that E. E. Williams,
secretary of the Receivers' and Ship
pers' association of Cincinnati, will bo
recommended by the shippers general
ly for membership on the stato rail
Election of County Commissioners.
Columbus, O., June 27. By a de
cision of the supreme court county
commissioners will be elected this
fall. It was held by some that
under the law of last winter extending
the "terms of county officers, there
would be no election of county com
missioners this fall. To test the ques
tion Sheriff Mulhearn of Cuyahoga
county refused to Issue a call for the
electiou of commissioners. Under the
Williams law all three commissioners
will be elected in 1908 and biennially
thereafter. In the same decision the
court holda that commissioners take
office the first Monday in Soptember,
following their election, instead of
Dec. 1. Both dates were fixed In the
Tax Inquisitor Laws Void.
Columbus, O., June 27. The Ohio
supreme court handed down decisions
knocking out-the laws under which tax
Inquisitors have been appointed in the
vailous counties of Ohio for many
years. The constitutionality of the
law was raised in two cases, one on
error to the superior court of Cincin
nati and tho other on error to the clr
cut court of Montgomery county. This
decision of the court holding void the
tax inquisitor laws means that the
county audi. or, who has had authority
under the law all the time, must hunt
up omitted property and put it on the
Ohio School Teachers.
Put-In-Bay O., Juno 27. Tho Ohio
Stato Teachers' association opened its
convention at Hotel Victory with the
largest attendance in the history of
the assocl tlon, nearly 1,000 being
present. The' president, Dr. W. O.
Thompson ot Columbus, began the ses
sion with ik .paper on "School Reve
nues," in which he made n strong plea
for the abolition of the existing tax
levy and all other school revenues as
such, and the enactment ot a law
whereby 40 per cent of all public rev
enues is assigned to education.
Loudon, O., Juno 27, Mrs. Pearl
Rlghtsel, who lived with her parents,
Mr, und Mrs. G. W. Clark, on the Peck
faun, about threo miles south ot hore,
died of arsenic poisoning. It is be
lleied that the well water may have
contained the poison, as two members
of the family wero taken 111 after
drlnklug from It, The family, however,
thinks that she was poisoned by eating
fruit that had been sprayed with parts
grtjeu, to kill parasites,
Robbed Every Store.
Ravenna, O., June 27. A gang of
burglar raided the town of Atwater,
10 miles south of Ravenna! and made
their escape in two rigs west toward
Randolph, after flagging the Oyer on
the Cleveland tc Pittsburg railroad.
They btoko into every business house
Ju the town, beginning with the post
office, using Jimmies and bits.
Receiver For Cincinnati Dlstrlot.
Cincinnati, O,, June 27, The Ameri
can Reserve Bond company, which
hus been in the hands of a receiver in
Kentucky, secured the appointment of
JameB O. Rogers aa receiver for this
district ot Ohio. The company Is one
of the southorifbond Investment con
cerns, It started out as the Soutberu
Mutual Investment company of Lex
ington, Ky., In 1895, Last year Ui
managers chanced Ha name to tin
American Reserve Bond company euJ
It soon after wont Into the hands ol
Mr. Rogors as receiver. In Hit state
ment filed In the federal court It In al
leged that there 15,000 holders ot 1U,
bonds, persona who paid In small In
stallments and who expected to gel
their niouoy back some day with In-
lenssi.. 'in reason for having a re-;
'o'n er hor8 '" t0 g9t P88e8lln 1 1
19,000 belOIielniC to tllS COUinStlV
wfilcli it Is alleged Is hU by tho OJa-
ctauutl Tfit cowpuy,
Are Filed at Washington Against a
Washington, June 27. A memorial
presenting charges ot oppression In
office, malfeasance and misfeasance,
with general dental ot Justice, against
Charles Farlnngb, district Judge of the
eastern district of tho United States
court of Loulsluua, has been rocclved
by Speaker Crfuhou from Francis C,
Mulian of New Orleans and referred to
the judicial y committee. The me
morial sets forth that Mahttn, bo
cause of "local prejudice," bollovod ho
was dented justlco hi the stato courts
In a suit Involving property. vulttcd at
$50,000. Ho claimed the right under
the "civil rights act," based on tho
fourteenth amendment to tho constitu
tion, to go Into the fed oral courts with
this suit, and "presented a petition to
that end to Judge Parhinge, making
affidavit that he was able to pay tho
costs. Tho memorial charges that tho
"Judge arbitrarily and lu violation of
law" refused and prevented tho filing
ot the suit.
Must 8uppreaa Disorders.
Washington, Juno 27. Tho Ameri
can ambassador has cabled the state
department that the Russian minister
of the intorlo'r has sont to all tho gov
ernors and prefects the following: "To
avoid excoBsoe In reference to tho oc
currences at BluTystok, warn all of
your subordinates, high and low, that
I expect the absolute fulfillment of
their duties. Disorders of every kind,
whether agrarian, or anti-Jewish, must
bo suppressed In the most decisive
manner. Nipping such movements In
the bud means lessening the number
of victims. All who are Inefficient or
inactive will be held strictly account'
Washington, June 27. Saturday
half-holidays during July, August Und
September have been granted by Pres
ident Roosevelt to skilled mechanics
and laborers and to all employes in
the classified jmvlce at navy yards
and naval stations In the United
States. This announcement was made
in an executive order given out by the
president. It la also provided that If
any skilled mechanics or laborers
shall work more than four hours dur
ing the months named they shall be
paid for such extra work at the rate
of 50 per centum in addition to their
London, June 27. The Countess of
Yarmouth (formerly Miss Alice Thaw)
was greatly affected on learning of the
tragedy in New York Ih which her
brother, Harry K. Thaw, figured. The
Earl of Yarmouth, when questioned on
the subject, said he was unable to as
sign any reason for the tragedy,, but
had no doubt there had been serious
differences between Mr. Thaw and Mr.
' Yale Defeats Harvard.
New HavenConn., Juue 27. Before
crowded .stands which at times were
masses of blue and crimson flags, and
in the presence of variously attired
classes back for class reunions, Yale
defeated Harvard at Yale field in the
second of the championship series of
baseball by the score of 3 to 2. The
game went through 10 Innings.
Want Increase of Pay.
Pittsburg, Pa., June 27. About COO
melters and the melters' helpers In
the Park Brothers plant and the Thirty-sixth
street mill of the Crucible
Steel Company of America struck for
an advance ot 10 cents per day for an
additional pot ordered in the dally
Will Secure Carnegie's Gift.
Cleveland, O., June 27. At a meet
ing of the trustees of Oberlin college
It was unnounced that all but $2,200
of the J500.000 additional endowment
and equipment fund has .been raised,
aud that assurances have been receiv
ed that the remainder will bo paid In
between now and Saturday, thus se
curing the gift ot $125,000 from An
drew Carnegie, which was condltloneu
upon tho trustees raising that amount
by June 30. The Increase will bring
Oberlln's total working funds up to
Wild Beast at Large.
St. Marys, O., June 2J. The rest
dents of Glynwood and Its vicinity are
In a state of terror. A wild animal
with, shaggy hair, hoofs like a cow,
and which Jumps like a kangaroo, has
been molesting their stock. The resi
dents are unable to get cIobo enough
to It to Identify It. It Is thought that
the beast escaped from a crlcus.
Babe Drewned In a Jar.
Bowling Green, 0 June 27. Tho
two-yeur-old daughtor of Frank Martin
of P&mbervllle was drowned in eight
gallons of water. When found she wax
standing on her head in a big stone
Jar used to catch rain water, Whilo
looking Into the water she fell In ana
'was. unuble to got out.
Ottawa, 0 June 27. The Putnam
county Democratic convention In
structed Its IS delegates to tho Demo
cratic state convention to work for a
resolution Indorsing Bryuu for the
presidency, The delegation Is headed
by A. H. Bandies.
Newark, O., Juno 27. The Republi
cans In convention here renominated
George Coyner of Delaware and
Charles Steward of NewHrk for com
mon pleas Judges by acclumutlou,
Jewels am Silver Pfate Taken From
the Thaw Mansion,
Pittsburg, June 27. While seeking
miurumuuu 01 1119 tuuw family, it was
learned that tho homo of Mrs. William
Thaw, mother of Harry Thaw, who is
charged with tho murder of Stanford
White In New York, was. robbed of
Jewel and silver plate within the past
few .weeks the value ot which Is said
to awaust to 180,900. Tim matter was
reported to (ho police, but because of
the prominence ot the family tho lucl
dent wan suppressed. All the cities of
the country kave been notified pf the
rnllhurv unit I ilnanrlnllnn nl tlio lowolu
kaa been sent to tba various uoUet
IN THE TOMBS
Awaits the Action of Grand Jury on
Charge of Murder.
IS EXAMINED BY ALIENISTS
Evelyn Nssblt Thaw, Wife of the Prls
oner, 8ummoned Before the Qrand
Jury Eminent Counsel to Offer De
fense of Insanity Preparations
Being Made For Trial.
New York, Juno 27. Harry Kendall
Thaw of Pittsburg ooouples a coll In
tho Tombs awaiting tho action of tho
grand jury on a ohargo of murder. His
counsel will offer the defense of.lu
sanity, aud tho prisoner was examined
by eminent alienists, letalned on his
behalf and by the district attorney's
office. Tho coroner's luquost will be
held Thursday, aud in all probability
the ense will then be coustdored by the
grand jury, when tho prisoner's wlfo
will bo required to appear beforo that
body, she having been served with a
subpoena while In consultation at the
office of her husband's counsel. Every
effort Is now being made by both sides
to oxpedito the logal preliminaries, so
that the nrralgnmont and trial may
take place at the earliest possible date.
Thaw frankly admits that he klllod
Stanford White, the famous architect,
pleading in justification ot the deed
that White had ruined the life of his
wlfo, tho beautiful former chorus girl
and aitlsta' model, Florence Evelyn
The district attorney's office la
busily engaged in looking up Thaw's
antecedents, his mode of living, report
ed dissipations and Indulgences, with)
a view to analyzing their bearing on
his mental condition. On this point
Mr. Nott said: "Thaw Is not Insane
now, nor was he Insane at the time
he shot White."
Tho autopsy held on Mr. White's
body showed that three bullets had
taken effect, one In the corner of the
left eye which ponetrated the brain
andvas Instantly fatal; one In the up
per lip, knocking out several teeth,
and one striking theMcft shoulder and
lodging In the elbow. Funeral services
will be held on Thursday in St. Bar
tholomew's church, Coadjutor Bishop
Mrs. Thaw, who disappeared from
Madison Square Garden in the confu
sion that followed tho tragedy, ap
peared at the offices of Delafleld &
Longfellow on Wall street, where she
remained in consultation for several
Not since the killing of James Fisk,
Jr., by Edward S. Stokes on Ihe stair
case of the Grand Central hotel more
than 30 years ago -has the metropolis
been shocked by so startling and dra
matic a tragedy as that which was en
acted the presence of an audience
of more than 1,000 persons in the roof
theater of Madison Square Garden. Not
the least dramatic feature of the trag
edy Is the fact that Mr. Whlto met his
death in the structure which Is per
haps the most conspicuous memorial
of his architectural genius.
Registered at Tomb3.
Rarely has the case against any
prisoner moved with more rapidity
than did the proceedings which ended
in Thaw's formal commitment to the
Tombs. Save in this unusual and al
most frenzied hasto tho routine fol
lowed nnd the treatment accorded to
Thaw differed in no respect from that
meted out to any prisoner charged
with a capital offense. Roused early
from his cell In tho West Thirtieth
Street station house, Thaw, attired lu
fresh clothing brought to him by his
valet, was shackled In spite of his pro
testations to a detective and taken In
tho patrol wagon to police headquar
ters. There, after waiting his turn in
th long line ot petty criminals arrest
ed during the night, he was photo
graphed and his measurements taken
on the Bortlllon system. Again In the
patrol wagon ho was taken to the
criminal court building, whore a great
multitude gathered to catch u passing
gllmpso of him, and ho was arraigned
In the police court.. There the pro
ceedlngs were of the briefest, and
after the bare formality of arraign
ment had been undergone Thaw was
remanded to the custody ot the cor
oner and on his order committed to
tho Tombs to await the result of the
inquest, which was set for Thursday.
Thaw was registered at tho Tombs
as "Harry Thaw, born in the United
States, 58 years old, Btudent," and was
assigned to Cell 220 on the socond tier.
Shortly after his arrival he was visited
In his coll by Dr, Austin Flint, Dr.
Carlos F. MacDonald aud Dr. Mahon,
on behalf, it was said, of the district
attorney's offico, and by Dr. Magulio,
the Tombs physician, who was re
quested to niako an oxumlnatlon ot
tho prlsouor'a mental condition by
counsel for tho defense. Drs, MacDon
ald and Flint later declluod to say
anything, but Dr, Mngulre Bald that h
believed he discovered symptoms of
motional Insanity and possible Indica
tions of luclpleut paresis.
Louis Delafleld, who took charge of
Thaw's Interests Immediately after his
arrest, announced that the firm ot
Black, Olcott, Qruber & Bonyngo, of
which former Governor Frank S. Black
Ih the senior partner, had been re
tained to cohduot the defense,
Menominee, Mich., June 27. Georgo
N. Smith und Michael Burke were
killed hero by llghtnlug.
Youncatown, 0 June 20. Ap
proached by Joseph Saro, who, he
claims, Is an ogert for tho "Black
Hand," Carl do Carmelo put a quick
stop to his solicitations for money,
shooting; him In the hip and severely
woundlug him whilo Saro was drawing
a. knife from his pocket. Da Carmelo
claims that Sara approached him with
a demand for.110, adding that If ho did,
uot get It he would slash him In tho
face, at the snnie time exhibiting a
iutife. Tha police uy that the trouble
Kllzabeth Conklej'i etfll.
In tlio Court nf Common Pleas of tlilt!kln(
Notice Is hrroby glvon. t lint the under
alKtied, Wiorlll of Hocking County. Oliln, by
YlrlliooTiin. order Issued out of snld Omlrl In
tlio above entitled runup, mid to lilin dlrt-et
ad ns HIinrllTof Futcl County, wlll,nt tliedoor
of tlio Court Honso lu r,0Ran, 011 '
Saturday, July 21, A. D., M
nt ono o'clock p in., ot snld tiny, ollur for
ante lit puhllo nuntlon, tlio following Iniitlri
nnd tonoiuonta, Bltunto In Hocking County
llolng a pnrtof tlio south-west qnnrtorof
Hectlon thirty-six (lim, of Orton 'jowiihIiIp,
lito, nnd further known
us neing itoi jno, ono (i),. ui sniu neciion
tlilrty-slx (:l), Township thirteen (in), ntxl
Ilnugo sixteen (Hi), contiilnlnn ono hundred
nnd twenty 020) ncros, mibjoot to tho dower
entnto ot Kllznbotli Conkloy.
Appraised nt 11820.00.
Torms ot Bnlo Ono third (i) ensh. One
third A In ono yenr. Ono third (Jjjl In two
yenrs, Deferred pnymontB to bo (ocurcd liv
mortgngo on tlio property. Notes to benr
Interest nt six (0) per cent.
Given under my hand at I-ognn, Ohio, till)
20th., duy of June. A D., 1MW,
i:O.U, WILLIAMSON, PhOrllT.
Kdwln 1). ItickettP, Atty. for Vlff.
Notice to Contractors.
The work of constructing the grade for
rond, north of Murrny City, commonblng nt
the Corporation lino, in Ward Townahlp,
will bo sold nt publlo oht-cry on the site of
tlie proposed Iniprovomont.iH one o'clock
p. in., on tlio fltli,, dnv of July ICOfl.
Plans, epoctflnntlons nnd bills of matorlnl
nmdo known on day or sale, nt location.
Tlio right Is reserved to reject any or oil
Jly ordor of tho Commissioners.
. JAM K8I,. MARTIN.
Juno 28, 2-w County Auditor.
Fixing the numbef, salaries, nnd
bonds of members of tho Fire
Ha It ordained by tho Council of
ingo or j.,ognn, Btnto or unio:
Section I. That the Flro Department of
tlio Vlllngo of Logan, Ohio, shall bo com
posed of tlio following members nnd officers,
who nlinir receive the respective salaries
hereinafter provided, pnynblo sonil-nntiunl-ly,
out of the tiro fund of the cnld villa. o,
and shall Elo tlio respective bonds herein
A Chief of KIre Dopartment, who shall re
colvo fifty dollars' (J0O.OO! per iinnum, and
sliall glvobondin thasumof two hundred
,An hs.sl8tn.iit Chief of Flro Department,
who Rlmll hot r celvo any salary
A Steward, who shall rccolve ten dollars
(110.00) por annum, nnd glvelond In lliesum
of ono hundred dollars ($100 01.)
A Soorotary, who shall receive ten dollar
(SIO.UOl nor Annum, nnd ilvnlinml In the mm
of one hundred dollars (SltO.rxi.)
xMut more iron nny (duj volunteer mout
hers, who shall servo without remunera
tion. The Chief of Flro Denartment. shnll lie nr-
otllclo president of said Department.
Section 2. Said Flro Denartment shall
organize on the llrst Monday of January of
oiiuu yuur uy electing ono or eneir mourners
Assistant O htof of Kiro Department, mid one
of their member Secretary, and oneof tholr
moniberS Stewnrt, who shall oaoh servo for
one y eat.
Section 3. Snld Dopartment shall from
time to tlius adopt such rules mid bylnwa
as they mny see fit, subjout however to the
approval of thecouncll of palit.vlllage.
Suction 4. All ordinances orpirts, of or
dinances heretofore passed inconsistent
herewith nre hereby repealed.
Section 5 This ordinance shall tnke ef
fect and bo in full force on and after the
oarllost peilod allowed by law.
Passed June 20, 1000.
J. II. DOLM.SON, Mayor
Attest: FRED ailOVE, Cleric.
To prevent the conmiiting of nui
sances upon the sidewalks of
all public streets in the Vil
lage of Logan, Ohio.
llo It ordnluad by tho Council of Ihe VII
lage of Logan, Stato of Ohio:
Section 1. That It shall bo unlawful for
any person to spit or deposit any saliva or
other substnuce from tho mouth ot n person
upon any of tho sidewalks of any publlo
street or avenuo of said Village, or on any
stop, veranda, portico or entrance to any
uuiiuiuu m,ut.iiiH upuji any hucu siuewaiK.
Bectiov 2 Any person violating the pro
visions of this ordinance shnll bo deemed
guilty ofarulsdomeanor nnd lined in any
Hiimnotoxcoodlngnvo doltora t5.00), nor
lois than one dollar ($100.) v
Section 3. This ordinance shall be In full
force and elfoot on nnd nfter Its passage und
Passed June 20, 1006. .
J. B. DOIjIJSON, Mayor. '
Attest: FRED GUOVK, Otork. '
AN ORDINANCE .
To Licen8e"Show8, Performances an'I
Exhibitions of all Kinds not Pro
V hiblted by Law.
He it ordained by thecouncll of the villain
of Loimn. state of Ohio:
Section 1, That It shall be unlawful fnrlany
person or persons to exhibit any show, perform
gnce or exhibition within the corporation of
i Kini' Ohio, unless suoh personir persons,
fornmnce or exhibition, secured from mayor
of said village a license therefor.
SeotlonS. -The mayoi shall collect forsueh
license n sum not less than One Dollar! 1'0
not more thai) Tweiity-flve Dollars 125.00) per
day. at the discretion of the m avor.
Hectlon 3. The violation of this ordinance
shnll be a iiiUdemeanor nnd any perron or
persons found violating the rnme shall be fin
ed In any sum.not less than Five Dollars (B.C0),
nor more than Fifty Dollars (60.00),
Section 4. All ordinances or parts of ordltt
nces Inconsistent herewith are hereby re.
8eollon B, This ordluance 'shall lie In full
force and effect after the earlleU per
iod allowed Tiy law.
Inssed Jiine.SU, 1CM.
Attest: Fred Oroye. Clerk.
June I' J' " D0"''8N. Mayor.
To Levy Taxes for Municipal Purposes
for the Year of lOOd,
lie It ordained by the council of the village
of Logan, ktatenfOhlht 'ig
. Sullon J. That there be levied and cnl.
eeteaforniuniolnal purposes for the year of
IDotl, on each dollar of-valuatlon of Hie real
aim personal properly within llie villa
tunied on the-grand duplicate and ubfec'tto
minium, io nuns
tABIJlfll, iO UllIIH,
feotlon 3. Ihat the levy above authnrlKd"
That the levy above aulii
for municipal purposes
he and the suluu it
hereby nppuillOiied ai follows:
ueneral I'uriHMts, .. . ..irunilll
oeivice,.,, ,,,,. Bluniills
Health Department, .'.'." .'.""tooS lu
Safely, , . ..............Mnillls
Bectlpn 8, That there be levied and collected
on each dollar of the properly aforesaid for
ihe year 1U08, the follow 5 additional uuis,
finking funds. 7.W ruiili
Free fublio Library ........ 1
Total . lg.ea mm?
Beotlni, i That tho clerk is hereby o7 J f
tncerllfv 111 almvA iwleu mrih l.tiilr "'i
HooUIng county. (Ohio, tote ilwfo," Ui
tax list and collected according to law- ' '
and be In full force on and after the" at IrSt
UCIIllll HIIIIWVIl I1V HIS f I
Attest! yiwitnrnv. PlHrV
wtui oym a gjrh,
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