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THE HICKMAN COURIER.
Published Eviry Friday by
DGce Jeckion Street next door to 01 tr Halt
CEORCE WARREN, Editor.
I'ricoor Subscription, $150
Thn kUnnihlitp Mnjostlo cost 5 J, 000,.
Nnw Viiiik city employs n,s 13 public
Tur. local pension agent receives a
uilnry of "4,00(1 n ytnr.
Till: surdities nf tlm MiiIiih coast fish
friuH lire il(.iillfiil this year.
Tub Historical Society of
was cliartrrol In IMVO.
TliHMt: iiiv twenty-three acres of land
to (ivory InlititiltMit of tlm glolie.
A family nf five generations live tinder
one nof In h town in Louisiana.
ll.MMiM Ktlll leads In the Hist of pensions
granted, v Itli Indiana n close see-oriel.
Om.y four of the llritlsh officers who
took part In tlm battle of Waterloo stir-
This mercury In some parti of California,
recently ran up to 117 degrees In the
A nnooKt.rx womon's will,
of ten word, Is contested liy her
Tub empress of KiDtnlit and lier children
will make tt tourot the Holy Laml
,R l 1 I
".J "Vilt n't S(
UUIIINO a recent pnrade III CliCboy
pan, Mloh., ten red-headed gltla rode aa
ton white homes.
Wasiiimmon In experimenting on
Pennsylvania nvontio willi tlio Paris
system of street elcnutng.
A I'oiiTAiit.R trlepliono fornso on the
bus Won Invented liy
lYonehmati tiaiui'il Route.
A .SNA Shaw, tho woman preacher,
says who Moan short hair simply
sho wns lorn that way.
llAltojf Unison now owns the hottao
which Lord Rerclstnke was building
previous to the Haring failure.
llAX.Mit.U. HAMLIN loved dancing and
thought that no man ever became, too
old to enjoy tho pleasure In It
Ton A cot merchant nresald to handle,
n lnrger nmount of ready money than
nny other class of business men.
It U rejHjrtcd that the emperor and
empress of (ivrmnny are discussing tho
Idea of visiting the United State.
Twice during tho year man fecit the
need of rest onco Just before his
libit ngaln Immediately nfter.
A coUKTKlircjT 350 bill hn been returned
to the county treasurer of A toll.
Imhi coonty by the Kansas state treasurer.
Tir stato of Nerada hat a population
of only ,7IJ1, yet It has two United
StntMn senator nnd three electoral
OnrooN cIiiIiuh n rave that Is kald to
le on n iiiueh frratnlrr wnlc than tho
celebrated Alnminoth t'aro of
Koiin, V.' Va . lin an unique railway
Mation. It U built around a slant elm
tree, and the roof I khapeil llko an umbrella.
TiKorni.n II. klnjr of the llelj:!nn
pridet hlaxelf on leln(j a workln;man.
lie rlnea at 0 and does two hoiira' work
It U reported that an iingUth chem-bit
has a practical Mlbititnto
for platinum In the manufacture of
HLcriMiTr Is now Im-Ik ininjUM.i I.
In erory portion of I'arla, and that city
liaa upetU f40C,000 In an Installation
or plant of lit own.
TllK payments to Hret Ilarto by liU
h'uclUh pnbllslii'rs lant year are wild to
have rwielicd a total of l.000. while In
AR".crlc2 he ra j'tl only I,6C0.
Mim MATtir. Wad.iwouth. a young
lady living near Aujjiihta, Me, han a
oolfeetlou of l.JWI collecteil by
herelf In the last three or four yeara.
Two brothers, who wore born at one
birth, and who were tfiviitry at,n:lle'lto
eneli other, wero killed by one holt of
llchtnlni; near Anniaton. Ala., a few
day a co
Tin: women In rruwla, according n
MntU(lnl report far outnumber tho
men. The latikt ektlmatea ahow a difference
of almost (K)0,000 In faror of
the WtMti. l
()k Hi'Mniitn awu foiitt miles of
the Oregon 1'nelllo railroad coat SI 1.000.-000.
No th?? r pl1 bo put up
money ar akklnjr aarcaatlcally If the
ralN nro of pold.
Cosniienm Mack, of llelfaat, who
ha- niitiuv'Usl with tho .Maine
Ontrni rallnwd for twetityflTo ycara,
iltrures that he ha traveled I.OS'J.IoO
inlleilu that time.
Tub queen of Saxony malntalna three
plivtlclan. whoo nolo duty Uto attend
Ihe wllinenU of the MifTcrlnp poor. The
(pieen pnya tho physician out of her
own priviito purse.
A n'Ni'ANVhus been Incorporated to
eoiihtruct nu elevated olcctrlo railway
Imlweon Chlcnp) and Milwaukee, Tho
distance la mllem and tho
projector nay it can bo trmewd In
A i.auok copierhead snako crawled
Into u In Mnuhelin, la., the
other daj.nud the. iiMembled topers
wero horrified until they settled tho
question whether It was a symptom or
A M UaK farmer who recently sent
ten cents to a man who advertised to
send for that amount directions how to
run a farm without lnilnj? troubled with
potato buiM irot thlt reply by postal
card: ".IMant fruit trees instead of potatoes."
Tiik Columbia (fas well at
I'll,, has plui;t'l l- The
rosult was that nil tho water wells in
the neltfliliorhood benau'to bubble and
bo tasU'il of petroleum that they wero
unlit for use. Suits ngalnst tho gas
company am talked of.
AHWAMslisman nus appiieo "
pension on the ground that hu lost liU
voice rendlnir war news to the farmers
who used to meet nights In tho vllliiff
grocery His f,'"H wnsn't Injured.
I.lVKliroor. Is mnklnu a "kick" at tho
census takers, who doolaro that 1U
population fell olt over rt per cent, lu
the past ten years, although overy other
lariro town In Orcat llrltaln Is credited
w Ith a (fain.
U- eleutrocnllon Is such nn easy and
painless form of In
fact-why inn't the murderers bo Induced
to use it on their victims as a
substitute for tit. knife, tho pistol, the
ax nnd the bludgeon?
Uaii.wav statistics show that the
American takes rallwuy
trips n year, the KiiKlMimnn nineteen,
the lldglun cloven1: tho rrenchmnn. the
(iorimin. Swede. Norwegian and the
Spaniard live each, while the Turk, the
riwlss and tho Italian take but one
A JUMICB "f the pew n In Chicugii Imposed
u lino of fr. tu ii boy peddler for
peddling stationery mid fent him to
for non-payment of tho lino, flic
prison .- -- - ...
lnnvor happened to be lit tlio prlsor I
s .mil tlio 1 ,... nrrlvil, anil, on noariiiK
tltkt flwft", lllin Uf lorO IIO lino
Iku p'l'vgl l3 9-
" 11Z .ZjLJll
nonomltinto Oimp)oll forOovernor
on tho Firot IiUot.
Wllllinii V, .Mniiiils Kmoinlnatfl for
i.liitl. (Iiitcriior by AcrliiinntUu
The 'I'lrket WlH
'I lie I'l ilforni llrrlirr.ll 'Vf ll j'rfs
hihI t iillmilril Cnlnnr;' J'H"'', a
(Irmlrilliiroiiir IntsuilaTar1 1
Iff for Itrte nn '
rrnrrrcliME. ii(ttsJU. ,
n.r.vn ano, 0.. July Hall
looked liko a veritable fairy ritto jes
tenlay lied, white nnJfelillo buntlilg
cnveIoH'd the p liars and lyllng of the
Ivalcoiiiesi tho platform ros bunked
with tiers of palms
over which the nuthft of can
non f rowncd upon the IliJiilton i rnnty
delegation and huge I JskcU of roses
slied tliolr fragrance froi thtl tables til
lotted t tin' press. Ittpm the glaJ,,,Ml
" --it.. , .v. - . i ii rtf - n Ttirf . " ... ' 'la 1
- i, L -
' VCaaffiBfeaKjVvaWsVMaEaltt' WataLPs
3' BalaHK 3iS stHaValsaV)QRF
l iVw4 .Vi rrgfrW'if (Sly
of the hall In the air a
lloral design with the Inscription
In whlto violets! "IVinocrats of
Ohio, Welcome toClexeland." A monster
American Hag and a profusion of
choice exotica made an appropriate background
to tho stage.
At the district meetings held preliminary
to tho convening of the convention"
the stato central committee jind
committee on resolutions were selected
STATk t'KNTHAt. roMMtTTia.
I- MatleD, Hamilton county.
Mlcharl ttSTsniiry. HmiiUtonrouDtr, .
S K (JUIl'anit, Montnomcrx fount.
i-t: V. I.shtts,
s fleorje W ItulL Alirnrawntr.
fl I. ' 0ul Woot rom'T.
r -William ltettr ntjr
s- J A Nortin Srntcs
John I. Trust-1 I rlis .ountjr.
A Stcy. It"ifinjr.
It-W W. I'tDBvll, llri'Wnwmnt;
13 John U Vsnoe, tasllikronntr
II Johnd. It.firi Ka'rlleiJ cosqljr
UJ Mill l,lrll(r.prr.iintj
I. MrCreai AibUmtrounlr.
IS U I. OMitrfr, Wavne rounty.
17 A. N Krnnnn, llrnnnl c 'ustjr,
t J l Mohpy llrurn.' r contr.
Tt"rtISf (rn cXyi i .- -
I Jamrall Krm.too. Hamilton oounlr
M Oiirman. Hamilton mntjr
S ii.orfflt lloiirlc Montomrr eeuutj.
t W Mooro. Parke roll aty.
ft -Y C I.ayton, Auglalre county
8 M t'onnrlly. Ilrtinr rounty
7- Krank ) Son.tuaky n unty
s- i: T Iunn. IlkUtock county
ManmlTDo It. laillnnrioty.
10-John Johnon Clark county.
11 -T lllmlna ItkoeountyJ
II TU (Vtlla.
13 II I. Chapman Jsrkann roitaty.
! Capll)wna 1.1. klnfenunty.
IV r. ! )1nly Crswtoril Count
in I.aacllartrr Murk rounty.
IT-A. J. lVarwa Monroe roanly
is c W Srhnilck, Columtilanao'iintj
li- II t loairosn.
t.arnr. Cuyatioifa comty
VI K. J lllan.lln, Cuyahoga count).
ten was the hour named In
the ofllclal call for tho to be
called to order, but aso.rly ,.s h tlm
crowd outside of the strut ture made the
thoroughfare Impassablr and when the
doors were thrown open it was but a
few minutes lie fore erry one of the
o,ts scni had its As a
to the piticeedlngs the bniids In the
balcony ren lered n medley of national
aira mid alter htute t'tnlrman Norton
hail called trie gathering to order, tlm
blrsinir nf the Creator was iinoked by
Itev. Vr T. W. CampWdl fter the
prayer the convention w as entertained
with a wing of welcome by tlie Thur-man
qusrlettc. of Columbus i hairman
Norton then inn In welcome to the delegates
in a rousing speech, Vs Norton
con.'ludrd with a touching eulogy of
Allen (I. Thurman the dcliv.rtes and
spectators bnilieintoapplaiise ami when
Allen W Thurinan wits inlr!iiCfd as
tho temporary presiding oftio r acd tlio
son of liio' "Old Koiunii" .ipvnivl
liefore the f(Htlights the entluisiasm
was Intensified ten-fold IllsiJ'Uress
was ptinettiated with cheers 4f
l'rotn the coiiinilttee
orgauUatlon cautn a rei"t submitting
the name of
lVank l.e lllond. of Mercer,
presiding ofllcer. It was adopted.
I,o lllond apokr brlelly.
I'nder the new stale election lav It Is
nocosaar.v Unit each party shall (Wcct a
device to be placed mikmi iU frii)nfr.
ami M.tJ. W. W. Anustlor.j; oi:cd
that the democracy should Adopt u
rooster. Armstrong's resolution was
adopted Tho committee on irctlciitials
then made a report rci otnmeiidliig that
In the matter of the contested delegates
from Hamilton county tho regular" and
contestants bo allowed ahalf vote each.
This threw tlio convention into an up
roar, i. logan, ui tin"
of tlm secretaries of the body, took the
platform. When Cogan attempted to
speak he was greeted with .o.itcalla,
howls and hisses, which for a few moments
drowned his voice. He made
n good argument In support of tho majority
report, which was then adopted.
The report of the committeo on resolutions
was presented by (len 1
who lamented tho fact that although
tho majority had labored with
tlio minority In and out of season they
had not boon able to got a unanimity of
sentiment on the silver question, All
tho planks wero greeted with applause
and especially that roiernng to mo
of llov Campbell. A minority
report was presented, but tho
majority report was dually adopted.
Following Is the platform:
Wo most heartily liulorae lbs honrity ami
economy of the iMlnilBlitrutlon ol (Jov, Jamea
K. CMiiplwIl nml cointnenil tho Mty nlnUJ
general uaaenibly for tla nusluesi iiuailtlcatloaa.
cionumy and reform, urnl eicclally f,r liavlnir
iirotliK'rt for a secret tialiol, by wnli h every
totar In Ohio run eaal h ballot la secret as no
iletlraa ami hum hi vole counted im cil i ami
tslutltv attention to Iho fact that tho rrpuull
nuarty through hyti icrtlicaiiy oruteninn i"
f,.vn t . frrn L.tlltiL ami f.lir ciiint Tflt OO
poard and to eil agalnat tho Mil for protidlnff
I l"r irno HUM noimi ii itiui .i.m. ' "-
, itaprofn ami for oolltlca!
I effect only, and 11ml .i.'jr Indorse uud ap
v.,he)lul or ,.,,, uiure regulatlojt the
I t0iniru ntlonof eouuly olttcora by (irovldlnj
HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY..KY., FBIDAY. JULY
lists IB tariff let Isd foi the ol purnosn ol
jinxlnflnta revenue aurneltnl to dtfrsy lli
Illl'nt' eienfs of the (internment
noratcaui saminiaiereu e accept inw i.twu
tenderrt u) ua by the rrputilli an pirtv nn thu
tnhl.rl of the tariff, na rrnrcntcd by the to
railed MrKmlry tariff art. rimtlde t ili.t the
vrnllcl ol th peoplo of Oli'.o will Ih
BifaltnllHi In'rjUltom policy of so railed pro
lection, cnunip onnd by thn repub'.lini parly In
tho Interval or fatorvd tUares n.ulfs' the
W fator k cm 1e I Income ts.
IVedentiilricelliOii'iiljniitlril lottol alUerln
In;, by the pur y tin n In p wtr as nn lali'illou4
nils alii n of tii rmnry at nd.nl in tutor of
I'reilltoW hml anmatd'btora. tnlpasrra nnd
1 riHlUrera and w tcta t)r Khultltlt oil nnh of the
tourcea of supply of primary monev orate,
eontlnually tolncrea.o the value of icold. iln
pre.a pr ce lioitvr In lilslry and dta; irao en'
Irritrlte and e demand the relnatnleromt of
the comtlttitlonil aland ird of Ikitli mild and
kilter, wllti the i iual rUhts each 10 free and
UciluilMt . 1 n.vc
We denounce the retuWIcnn billion do lar
ton.reat shlcli by Its citravaimnl ependl
lutes, eihsualed a surplus Inttin intlonnl trcaa
ury len mere or a nerooeraoo atimiinsirmion
andereateda denrlt which aubilltitol dea
Illo rule fir free dlausslon in tho hou.eof
reprtaentaliret: and woeonirr.itnlat the people
on the detent of the odious foreo bill demanded
by a rcpubllran preatdent, and cbam
by lh repul.lic.ni4 1 any for the pn ote
t perpeiaalln jtta rult by pcr.crtlnt ihe
powers of tho
free e.ectlon. and placing the lillot lioi Ir. the
bandi of unscrupulous p irlljau In order. a
Bea tared bt Hneakrr lleed ' to resla'er the
rtj era. tae the elrcllnns, iouqi me ba.
iota ana 0PCl.ro tne roauiw
Ws at-apposed 10 Ihe enactment of sit law
BaVsMaajBaStaawsBBBBBajaBBfaaiamai npaK'aaTTBT tne liahlU aaMffe
to Ihe moral aenlimenU of I ha
ted world, knd we believe Dial the personal
rixhte of the Indltlduat ihtiUld be (untiled
Only when It la eaaentlal to the malnl'.f.aatnof
too peace, fooa oracr ana wcuare 01 ma cum
fa laws by the
ceneral aaaemMv a i a will giro u a aialcm for
Iheroiefnmenl of our munlctpilltlei t.nl.'orin
throushoul Iho Hlato. as liifl cons pulton
In alilh iua meauilro and lrlslatlia
liower (hall be separated, tho former to bo
lo.len In a mayor and the lattPr In council,
both to be elected by the people, thereby real
Itlne the principle of home rule, safo from" the
fl.ntera and erlla of apeclal legislat on.
Wafarorcloaer commercial relations with
our Canadian neighbor, and the remorsl of the
etnbtrraaalng and annoylnir restrictions which
only Vn our people without yielding nny substantial
rerenus to the v orernment
We faror liberal and Just penalona to deicrv
let and dltatiled s Idler, and aallora who fought
for the (maintenance of the government, and
llkepenilona to their widows and orphan children.
The persecution of the Jewlah people by the
ltulan Rorernment Justly dearve and
our un.iiallilrd rcnauro Weoilendlo
them our alneer aympnlblei and that
this romtr.it in oonncitlon wltU the
yutrrainenta ! I to
nnltewliB us should lake t.roier
sronas tb't ir.Mcird on this lone
luffertnc and opprtacl peoidr
Nominations for governor were then
declared In order.
Kollett was the first to gain tho ear of
the convention for tho purposo of nominating
Hon. Lawrence T Neal, of Cincinnati.
Ills speech was characterized
by considerable lire and S. I).
Dodge, of Cleveland, was the nxl to
step to the footlights Ho nominated
Virgil V Kirue, of Cuyahoga. It was
now the turn of the Campbellltcs, and
when Oen. Michael Ryan, of Cincinnati,
was seen pushing his way to tlio platform
the greater portion of the audience
got upon its feet and cheered Itself
llyron llitchle, of Toledo, seconded
Cniuplsdl'n nomination, and A. 11. llollu,
of Pickaway, as a representative of tho
agricultural element, seconded tho
nomination of Neal Kvcrybody yelled
for a ballot and the calling of the roll
waa proceeded with. Adams county
led off with mx votes for Nnl, and
then there was an almost unbroken
line of shouts of Campbell until Cuyahoga
cast its 41 votes for Kline. When
Hamilton county was reached the vote
4. The majority objected to tho flTOr
Campbell rotes, high words were Indulged
In and for a few minutes a fight
seemed Imminent The clerk, however,
wont on calling the roll and the chair
Insisted upon onler. ltcfore half the
counties had leen called it was seen
that Cainpbwll had already landed with
twth feet and the roll was Interrupted
by cheering arid yells, while the band
added to the din by rendering "See tho
Conquering Hero Comes."
The olllelal announcement of tho vote
was: Campbell, 50s 7:10; Neal. 1'Jt MO;
Kline, Ml; Congressman Tom 1 Johnson.
When the result of the ballot was announced
a delegate from Cuyahoga, In
Mialf of Kline, moved to malic It
unanimous. The Hamilton count y boys
yelled "No" with all the strength of
"their lungs. Six hundred delegates and
,'.,(SH) spectators got back at them with
htMits, yells, shrieks and cat-calls The
scene was repeated when the chairman
put the question and the nntis voted
"No," and ngain a third time when
their own choice, l.nwreiieo Neal,
mounted u chair and moved tho ap
Milntinent of a coiiimilico "to escort
the next gosernor of Ohio to the hall "
The Cincinnati men yelled so viciously
si this point, that there were cries from
hundreds oi throats "Put 'em all out"
and the ile'crntion yelled back, "Come
and try It.'' Notxvly accepted the Invitation.
1eiit, lov. Marquis was renominated
by acclamation jnt us u bund oulsidd
announced tho arrival of tho victorious
candidate Wlien ttov. Cimiilwll entered
tho hull ho received a.i talluii
that completely eclipsed nil the pr.'i ions
demoiistiations of the day, men and
womo'i vicing with encli other in wnv
ing lings parasol-, canes, huts,
shouting and cheering until exhausted
nature could do no more llov.
Campbell stood smiling until the storm
hud exhausted anil tlun expressed
his appreciation of the honor conferred
Four ballots, went required to nominate
u enndldatt. for attorney general.
Ou Hi tb'ud ballot John V. t
l,ntn"",,n, polled SVI votes, one short of
the number necessary. UN friends
declared that tlio count was Incor
rect, clnlming that he received .W8,
A fourth roll call was ordered and Hal-ley
was nominated, after half the counties
had been called, by acclamation.
0. V. Ackerman, of Mansfield, was nominated
by acclamation for treasurer ol
state. T. H. Peeklnpiiugh. of Wayne,
wns nominated by acclamation for
of stato. Kor judgu of supremo
court (Siistnvus II. Wald, of Hamilton
county, was nominated by acclamation,
l'or commissioner of common schools
Charles C Mlllee, of Ilrle, was nominated
by ncclamatlon. Tor incnitar of
board of pnibllo works John MoNamaru.
of Summit county, was nominated by
acclamation. Kor member of fiod and
dairy commission II. S. Truinbo. of
Lawrence, was nominated by acclamation.
After trio usual voio oi maims io niu
officers, the convoutlon adjourned sine
an i:re.s Cnr.
Tkxaiikana. Tx July 17. A yoting
man robbed the express car nt this
placo Wednesday night. Tho amount
of money taken wns SIM. When tho
robber entered tho car ho pointed a revolver
at .Messenger Ryan and
thn money In tho safo. Tho
messenger handed him tho envelope
wltliSlMi and said that was all thu
money In tho safe. Tho robber grabbed
tho package and hastily left the car and
escaped There waa a considerable
oinount of money In tho aafe which ths
robb r could easily havo secured had h
taken UVUt wort Uroo,
TBM OLDMT XHWSrAPBR
Half n. Hundred Porsono Scolc Shcl
tor la a. Ilotol.
the Ilullillnc I'llerly llemollalieit Hy the
Turrlfln Corpses soil Her-
ral Injured Token From
In an Instnnt TliurwliiT afternoon, by
tho giant piny of a cyclone, half a hundred
Ixilngs wero caged In a
nt West Superior,' Wis, A number of
buildings were ravaged throughout tho
city, but the extraordinary climax of
tho storm was enaclctl in n noici iicwk
conktructcd at the corner of Lamorn
and Third streets, fiver two score tin-fortunate
worklngmcn wero the victims.
Scarcely live minutes elapsed
from n moment when tho men,
full of energy, were progrcsv
Ing with their tnsks when tho frightful
whirl was miles distant in its path
of destruction and tho sickening appearing
remains of tlio poor begrlmmcd
and mniialed men 111 tho Ill-starred boa-
.being Irouglitjui. 'OtaUjar
debris. It was with tl uimosi
tho real eent of the disaster
wns ascertained? The two liodles
dragged from thirrtilns formed tho basis
of nbout tho first genuine Information
nnd dispelled the faint hope that
no llfu hod been sacrificed outright.
ItesetinrH wero hindered aud tho
misery of the wounded doubly Intensified
by water-soaked garments the result
of the down-pour of rnln that accompanied
the devastating ntmospherlo
eddy. Whllo the dead mid wounded
were lndng conveyed from tho hotel
vuguo reports logon coining In of tho
wreck wrought In other localities. Tlio
indications nro that the damage In tho
country districts will bo almost unprecedented
In this section. The news
was Hashed over tho city with a startling
rapidity. Hacks and drays containing
their loads Hew to tho sceno of
tho disaster. Meantime the rain wbs
falling In torrents and tho lightning
was crashing like artillery The building
U a complete wreck. In spite of
tho pouring rain tho visitors at tho
cenc rushed In nnd assisted the firemen
In tho cntisti of rescue. Men In nil
walks of life stood shoulder to shoulder
and worked with only tho thought
of humanity sake. Tho work is still
in progress, fresh men taking the places
of those who give up through fatigue.
Up to a lato hour Thursday night six
dead bodies and a number of Injured
w ere taken from the ruins.
AN AWFUL STORY.
Mother and llannliter Cook snil Tst 1
Thre Children Who Hie or Ntartatlon
The rstticr Cairn hy Wnlirea.
A fishing party from Pino City, Minn ,
havo just returned from the plno forests
of Snahe river, nnd bring with them s
wild wi'm.in and her old
daughter. The daughter tells a story
of tcrublr) suffering and privation.
She says that the husband and father of
the family was eaten by wolves whllo
in an Intoxicated condition las' March.
Since that time t'ny havo had no food
sI.Iil. X lie threo younger!
cooked and eaten ono by one by tho
mother and eldest daughter. Tho
mother's mind finally gave away nnd
she la now a raving maniac.
Children Burned and Men Crushed.
Tho houso of Charles McOrattan, near
Carrie Furnace, ten miles from Pittsburgh,
burned Wednesday night Two
of McOrattan'ti shlldrcn, aged 5 and 8
years, wero burned to death Mrs.
saved tho two younger children.
The skeletons of tho children
were recovered Thursday morning.
While some men of the neighborhood
were exploring tho ruins Thursday
morning, the chimney fell, breaking
the lpg, fracturing the skull and knocking
out the left eye of William Rowc,
and fracturing the skull of James Nee,
besides inflicting minor injuries on two
or three others of tho party. Rowo
will die, nnd Neo's chances of recovery
Lait of an Ill-rated Family.
The murder of the henutlftil Jcnnlo
Cramer, ten years ago next month,
caused tho self-destruction other father
two years later. Thursday her mother
also committed suicide. Mrs. Cramer's
mind has been ulTccted ever since tlio
tragedy. '1 ho trial of tho Malley boys for
Jennle'tt murder nt New Haven, Ct.,
was the most scnsatlonnl In tho criminal '
annals of Connecticut.
Oen, Scbofleld IU, '
Tho Schofield party returned to lho
Tncoma hotel. Taconia. Wash, Wed-1
nesday, from tliolr "down-sound trip." I
Oen, Schnllf Id Is not at all well aud N
confined to his room. Mrs. Suhofield
remained by tho general's ledsldoall
day. The party will remain iitTacoraa
until the general is better.
The French Turin on Pork.
Tha chamber of deputies has ptsvd
tho final causes of tho tariff bill and
has also approved tho government bill
modifying the tariff of Mny, 1881, ami
flxl: . nir , nt ..i!(LlruiKS per 100 kilos ld
ciuues on American Blirt purn, uitnm rV
Prince Edwards Island Wants Reciprocity.
Tito provincial legislature of Priiico
Edwnrd Island has adopted a
fuvoring unrestricted reciprocity
between Canada and tho United States.
Gifts From Emperor William.
The German emperor has sent nu.
merous costly presents to bo distributed
among officials concerned lu his receptions,
members of tho queen's household,
ofllclnls of tho foreign olllee, nnd
especially members of tho treaty department,
Guild Hall ofllciah and chiefs
Maj. Powell and the Kedilttm.
Gen. Miles, i humility, received a dispatch
from Maj. Powell, whom ho had
directed to make nn Investigation into
the alleged threatening nttlludo of tho
Indians in northern Minnesota, that tho
report wus without founda.Iou.
The Ceniue of PauperUra.
Tho census olllco hnslsst.ed a bulletin
on the subject of paupers in alms houses
In IbtiO, which shows a totul of 7:1,010,
a.' ngalnst Ooyjos In l!n- There wero
7,400 In Ohio, .',') In Indiana, 1.578 In
Kentucky, I, .11.' in and 7SJ
Now We Have It.
District Attorney Nlcoll has made
known his intention of selecting one of
tho Now York papers which published
ncvfuiiitn of the recent executions at
Mug Sing und laying tho cuo beforo
(ho grand jury.
Tata Tath of the forthweaUrn Cyclone
Ttinoianda or Aerei of Wheat Crop
IBeporta from various towns In
Stearns, Sherburne and Itcnton
Minn., show that much damage
era done to crops by hall-storms that
accompanied tho tornado at Superior
Thursday afternoon. The track of the
was from St. Joseph, passing
orer St Cloud, St, Augusta and
In Stearns county. Hero It crossed
Ike river and struck Haven, Sherburne
ednnty, and tho southern portion of
county. Tlio storm was three to five
miles wide and destroyed or seriously
damaged 2, WO acres, or 60,000 bushels
of wheat. Farmers In that belt have
lllf st In this way for three successive
UMasonfl, and are loft almost destitute
now. Later reports from Superior,
Wit, show that the storm was a tornado
and not a cyclone. Tho collapsed
building was a flimsy affair, Intended
for a hotel, with eight ' rooms, and
much feeling Is manifested against
Contractor Grosa and Proprietor RcdocU
on account of tbo evident nnsatety
the structure. The eacape 6
aWMtiw4atafeiatwd to approving
their knowledge ox its condition. A
large frame building was blown down
at the corner of Third and Tower
street, South Superior, and reports
from the steel plant say a number of
buildings were blown down.butno
Lightning played havoc with
tio Fisher hotel, Unitarian church,
Union depot and other buildings, but
no serious fires resulted. At W est Superior
Ave men In nil wero killed bv the
falling of tho new hotel.
HOT OR COLD.
jut the Kind of Air You Want
at Kalians City.
Several of the richest men In Kansas
City have organized for tho purpose of
sipplying cold air throughout the city
through conduits, Friday night a
of both houses of tho common
the company granted franchises
te build mains and works to carry
ottt the proposed enterprise, tho first
of tho kind ever attempted In this country.
Tho projectors of tho scheme aro
confident of its success and will sell
fresh air to nny part of the city nnd remove
tho impure atmosphere at a very
low' cost" a square foot- The work of
laying the mains will begin at once,
and In nil probability by next summer
the company will be ready to supply
the fresh air In cool blasts. In tho win
ter hot air will bo sent through thff
'aN UNPLEASANT SITUATION
For tho Mllltla, nnd II la Stilted the Cov
entor Atted llleKKlly In Calllnir Them
Chattanooga Is intensely interested
In the news from Colo Creek, Tcnn.
There are two companies from there
on duty there, the Lookout Mountain
guard and Moerlcin zouaves in the
face of Imminent peril if a fight breaks
out, ns they are vastly outnumbered.
lsTrycrs of the Stato liar association
sny thnt Oov, lluchanan had no
authority to call out troops, and is liable
to Indictment and impeachment
He could only havo acted legally had
tho state been in rebellion or been In-
rJ?. . " : :".Ov. mllltla bovs are
mere wiinoui tents, uianKcts, rations
or anything but ammunition.
Man Blown to Atomi.
Two hundred pounds of
which S. K. lligloy, a torpedo man,
was taking to tho Mt Morris oil field
in a wagon, exploded near
Washington. Pa., Friday morning,
blowing lligley to atoms, killing tho
horses and wrecking tho dwellings of
Lee Milton and Mark Hughes, sr. The
concussion shoon every house In Washington
and caused great excitement A
singular feature of the explosion Is that
although there were a number of
In the vlc'nitv at tho time, all escaped
with slight injuries.
The Champion Diver of the World
Jos. Letivrnmnrk is tho name of tho
champion high diver of the world. He
is a native of Stockholm, Sweden.
Leuvemnark dived from a platform
63 feet 134 inches high into tho lake at
Washington park, near Kansas City,
Mo., lieating the world's record. The
dive was a complete success. Tho
world's record was made by 0, A.
Illakc at Lambeth Hath, London, In
October, 1SS& Tho height was 78 feet
The Twin Cities Growing Fast.
The Minneapolis Evening Journal
o f Friday says that tho new directory
of Minneapolis, which will bo Issued
In a few days, will Indicate a popula
tlon well up to two hundred thousand.
The St Paul Dispatch Friday, In
speaking of ths new
St Paul directory, says thero aro In It
60,403 names, showing a population of
nearly two hundred thousand.
At Iluffalo, Putnam county, Mrs. Dan
Hedrick presented hor husband with
girl triplets their combined weight bp'
Ing sixteen and a half pounds. All are
ltvlnir and doing well, Hedrick nnd
his wife arc in poor circumstances.
Have been married fifteen years, and
tho addition to tha family makes twelvo
Mlneri to Return to Work.
The strikers, among the Sprlnir Val
lby, 111., coal miners havo agreed to go
back to workA They have been out
Tho number pauper immigrants
returned to Euro Friday exceeds all
pnst records. e Marsdnm, from
Hottcrdnra. there ore
by the Clrcassia, Glasgow, five; by
the Netherland, thn
Killed by a Saw.
Thomas P. Courtne of Clarksbnrg,
W. Va.. wbb killed e working In
front of a buzz saw Fi y.
Colorado Tin Mid
A local syndicate hai irehased .all
the best Colorado tin paying
Triplets, Three t)
At Muncie. Intl., Friday Adolph
Ralustrove, the wife of n tIbu win-
Inw.clnss worker, cave i three
.vma. nil of whom, with th other,
nro dolnr? splendidly. The strove
fHmllv enmo to this country! ently,
but lu due time to save muchl peu.se
Killed at the Croiilni .
Mr. Ilslser. a widow, si
littlo dnuirhter wore killed
wbll crosslnc tho Pan-Handle l
' at One HuHrcd and Nlnetoeotn i
24, 1891. VA
FIvo Mon of n Solnlnsr Perty
Threo of Them Found Untangled iln tt
HlaT Not, Hut tho Other Two Vie- ""
lima (Jnlrkly Rank.
While seining In the Tennessee river
near Murray, Ky., Saturday, Ed Rrown,
Walter Stradcr, John L. Mcador, Dick
Kavcs and John T. llramo were
drowned Tlio party numbered eight.
Thev tied one end of their seine, seven
feet long, to tho bank andJ
stretched tho netting nearly straight
out into the river. Stationed at Intervals
near tho outer end tho clgut men, j
with only shoes, hats and coats ofl,i
swam with tho sclno iolcs toward that
shore. Nono of them were wellj.aa
qualntcd with the river at that poiftt.
and they swam Into n swift, cold 'ewsj
... CHJJ.Hta Ann . .t1 w(AT
.cub. auuucuij uuu T no n,u v
cramps. A panlo followed. Theseus)
waa dragged and Ilrame, Crow
and Strader becamo entangled ial
It.' and Eaves wero awenti
fuarravywo current while wUtav
othcr three" succeed' HW
bank. All the men drowned wero well-known
citizens near Murray, belonging
to old families In tho county. Ilrame
moved there two years ago from near
Hopkinsvllle. A crowd was gathered
and search for tlio drowned men began.
The selno when hauled In still held tho
throe who boerim pntnngled 'in it.
Haves and Mcador havo not, been
Thirty or Them Held at the Jfewr York
Detention llurean Hecnnaa "Aenlated."
Thirty immigrants, all Russian Jews,
are on the detention bureau at tho
Ilarge ofllco awaiting tho decision of
tho superintendent of emigration.. It Is
most probable that they will nil bo sent
back, as ench one hns lccu "assisted,"
and tho law on assisted
emigrants is Inexorable.
Ono of tho detained emigrants,
Mendel Rogalskl, a young man of 20, a
carpenter by trade, tells a most thrilling
story of his own adventures and
sufferings In Russia. Ho becamo a suspect
whllo working athlstradeln Riga,
and to escape Siberia, which was
he lied from city to city, pursued
constantly. He was finally taken
prisoner, beaten nnd treated most
Inhumanely and prepared for Siberia,
when ho again managed
to escape. He succeeded In
reaching tho frontier, nnd by tho assistance
of ids countrymen was sent to
Hamburg. Hero ho was further assisted
nnd left for America. He has no
money, having been robbed of his littlo
savings for six years when ho wns tak'
en prisoner in Russia, nnd lie says II lio
Is caught again In that country lie wm
be put to death. The Jewish societies
havo taken hold of his case.
It Will Illae Analn it nil On Uglier Than
The star of Dr. Koch, the great physician,
whoso discovery of an null-consumption
lymph set the world a-wondering
only a few months ago. is soon to
rise n train. . Dr. Ernest Lal'lnce, of tho
I Medico C onllncr,. IMillluIel..
T T.pi,n vt.Ii d
.'...., r..... cry
short time the world will hear again
from Koch, thnt he will niaUenn important
scientific revelntlon, anil that It will'
be proved that ho Is on the right road
toward a euro for consumption. Tills
statement from Dr. LaPlnco is of tho
utmost importance, for he keeps fully
informed of all that transpires In tho
studies nnd laboratories of European
scientists and enjoys ps well a closo
personal acquaintance with Dr. Koch.
Threatened Miners' Strike.
Eight thousand miners in tho
region near Wilkesbarre, Pa,,
threatened to strike. Tho roal companies
refuse to pay tbo men overy two
weeks in compliance with a law passed
by the last legislature. The companies
nro preparing for trouble. Within tho
last week thousands of lalxrcrs from
Europe havo been brought in the coal
The Boy Sleeper Awakes.
At nbout 7 o'clock a. ra, Sunday, Jesse
Streitt awoke from his long sleep,
nnd sat up aud talked to tho doctors.
He fell asleep at 1P.R0 a. m, Tuesday In
Miller's grocery store, Seymour, Ind.,
and hence lacks but four and n half
hours of sleeping five full days without
food or drink.
The Pope's Edict.'
The London Chronicle's Romo correspondent
says the pope, during an audience)
with the Austrian ambassador on
Saturday, insisted that tho drclbtiud refrain
from intervention in papal conclaves,
oven If tbo collcgo 3f cardinals
should elect tha next popo clsowhero
than In Rome.
An That Rlies.
At Jackson, Midi , Aeronaut
made an ascension with his newly
improved suction wheel air-ship Saturday
afternoon. Tho ascension was a
very pretty one, but ns to the success
of the experiment nothing can bo
learned, At 7 o'clock the balloon was
sighted at Adrian.
Canadians Talking; of Independence.
,"','" -U-. illtJcj.Lcll'eli ttia.
lu view of movements in certain clrclej
In fnvor of Imperial federation, Mr.
Mercier will make nn open declaration
pronouncing himself In favor of Independence
of Canada, as the time has
now come to chooso between tho two.
Negro Ilanged to a Tret.
The New Orleans Times-Democrat's
Arkansas City special says: At 3 o'clock
Sunday morning John Farmer, tho
who was ohnrged with having assassinated
Dr. C. C. Iluckner, near
Wednesdny night and who had
been bound over to nwalt the action of
tho grand jury, was taken from tho
calaboose by an armed mob and hanged
to a tree.
Took the Parle Green Route.
James llowmnn, of Llzton, Hendricks
county, Ind,, suicided Sunday by taklig
parts green. Domestic trouble tho supposed
A Babe Sold For a Dollar.
A warranty deed was filed at Nevada,
Mo., Saturday afternoon conveying
boy baby Ruby Karl Sheppard to l.
S. Wyatt for the sum of SI The deed
was duly signed by tho parties to the
transfer, among whom wns the mother
of tho child, nnd nt tested by a notary
rrench Tariff Rill Pa tied.
Tho French chamber of deputlos has
approved the remaining clauses of tha
tariff, relating to the temporary free
admission of certain imports. '1 lie entire
new tiiriff ineasurn was thctl pasfee'
by u o(p of as7 to 110,
tVl. NO. 40.
i Coal Creek
Troops Quietly Shipped
nors wero afloat at Coal
In., early Mondav morning
nvlcta would be liberated
Idler! sent back home.
fined men congregating and
mg lor Uriccv o made tha
k like a realltv. and when
iMiVKfrom llricevllle pulled in
at was Tound that tho
trcopsfBf convicts were a board, and
asktaiKii special train to leave town.
EYeryKPnsscd quietly. Novlolcnco
tfaaaaE" C' ScTlcr WM Waited
ttpoaJH committee, who explained
heW aaaaVf Rlool &" requested him
;to aBf his force and tho convicts,
f Bloodshed, and upon his do
o so, lountl from 1,800 to
Biirrounrung tbo camp.
jplaln to be seen it
a clear case of sulcldo
as mo miners nan caiieu
nlnatlon to take tho camp
convicts back, and It was
clfy them, so tho convicts
tly surrendered, and tho
,vod to retreat to. .Coal
"a VamTJefclnt -train
, . : ... ., .., .
nisneo,' ana iiiey wero hikcu io
Knoxvillo W await further orders
from the govi;nor. While awaiting1
the train at Co.l Creek men and women
called on tho bjoops offering the hospt
tallty of the humble homes, as it
was a fact that tho troops
had even fared wtrsc than the majority
of tho miners, hu. as they could not
lcava tho tanks, bis kind offer could
not bo accepted. Tho troops nnd convicts
wero taken 6 Clinton by a special
train and turnr,fovcr to n through
train nt that joint nnd tho extra
Lcrow returned toCoal Creek whero they
found another surprise. The miners,
having started In their work,
stopped at 4the Knoxvillo Iron Co.'s
mine, whcro'l53xnvicts wero employed,
and called d'pon Capt Chumblcy,
requesting that ho quietly release tho
convicts from tie mines where they had
been placed ancsave bloodshed, which,
after a slight otjection, was agreed to,
the miners leavng their men in charge
of the works o assure them that no
harm or destrutlon should befall any
ono or tho property left behind. At
tho Knoxvillo ron Co.'s mines tho
convicts hnd lccn placed In the coal
mine and the eitrnnco barricaded, leav
ing loop-holes through which tho
guards wero todefentl them, but all to
no purpose, 'he miners were too
strong and. the guards and convicts had
toga Thcy.voro quietly marched to
the depot aout 1,000 armed miners
nnd merchant following, all marching
in regular mlltary btyle, and thero
loaded in coal tars; and II. II.
Norman notlfbd to immediately tako
them out towt
THE LIG3TNINO ROUTE.
Herllu Authnnles I'ator the Amerlcnn
Mrtlml of Ilxecutlon,
The judicial authorities of the German
covernnent have Investigated, as
far ns possiblj. the system of putting
murderers to death by electricity in
vogue In New York state, and nro preparing
a report which Is decidedly favorable
to thcadoption of the methods
I In JiormanV IIS a SUbstltUtO
T "'"" "'a'Olrne, .It - Ja. assumed
liy tne electrical experts anu
others who have engaged in tho inquiry
that tlio recent executions lu America
wero highly successful, nnd they are all
of tho opinion that tho many objections
which have been raised against the gallows
aul the block as a means of inflicting
capital punishment aro wholly
removed by the electric system.
The ew Orleans Mint Turning Out a
Hundred Thouamid n Day.
The New Orleans mint coining
dimes Monday for tho first timo
since lsKi, and will turn out 100.-00(5
dimes n day. It is said that
this order Is due to tho recently
introduced dime pocket savings
banks which have locked up so
many of lliese coins that ought to be In
circulation ab to render them scarco
and insufficient for business purposes.
The coinage of dimes at the mint will
require it to reduce the output of
standard dollars and has also caused an
increase in tho force of men employed,
ns tho work is much heavier.
Entire Family Cremated.
At Clay City, III., Monday morning
nil that remained of the James fnmlly,
living flvo miles west of there, was
found in tlio ruins of their home, which
was evidently burned during tho night
The f jmily consisted of husband, wife,
non, daughter and grandchild. It Is
thought that either son or father murdered
the family, committed snlcidc,
nnd then set fire to tho bouse. The son
wns addicted to the use of whisky, and
had threatened to kill the family, and
the father was subject to seasons of Insanity.
Burglar Andereon Escapee.
Jim Anderson, nliiis Morgan, a notorious
burglar, made his escape from jail
nt Cincinnati Monday morning. Anderson
was captured several weeks ago on
Price Hill, nftcr a desperatu fight with
pollee. In ! l.orrJjr was IhkIIjt
n minded. The escape Is a very mysterious
one, and uny person making uu
investigation Is bound to come to tho
conclusion that tho burglar wns aided
by somo one on the lustdo of tho jail,
and that person must havo been nn
Anna for Chilian Rebels.
The Sau Francisco Post Monday
printed un intorviow with Louis Walker
Murtliiez, to Gen.
Monat, leader of tho Chilian Insurgents
and ono of the strongest financial back-era
of tho congressional party He arrived
at Sun Diego from Iqulquo Juno
J4 and nfter placing tho Itntu affair in
the hands of counsel, came to San
He states that he is advised that
the steamer Myopo reached Valparaiso
July i), with len thousand small arms
n ml eight million rounds of ammunition
which lie considered sufficient for
the needs of the congressional party.
American Pork In France.
The French senate must ratify tho
bill 'Cinovlng the restrictions upon lho
importation of American xrk before it
can become a law. Owing to the political
crisis lit present existing, it is feared
that the ratification of the bill will
not be accomplished without ditlleulty.
Ooddsrd Down Choymkl.
At Melbourne Joe llodd.ird defeated
Llioynkici lu four ronuils for a purse of i
CIU.OV'J mill WH'CIUlHipionsilipO! aiui ,i-
lia. (iixldiird had the ailvunU.'O
throughout the fight, which wns a bind
FINE JOB PKINTING
WITH HEATfiESS AID DISPATCH
ETC , ETG
GALL AND SEE T7S.
KENTUCKV STATE N1SW&
At Peach Orchard, the other tiny, Dr.
F. W. Wles stabbed to death Herman
Trufdalc, a mine boss, tho result of nn
old quarrel. Wles escaped
'i'l ir other afternoon an elcctriu llirht
wire caino In contact with a
tho furniture store of Louis Morjc, on
Monmouth street. Newport nnd the en
tire front of tho building, which Is
mostly of Iron, wns highly charged
with tho electric fluid. A dog coming
In contact with ono of tho iron pillars
was Instantly struck dead. A little
trSrl. whoso name could not be learned.
canghl hold of an Iron railing that surrounds
the windows and received a
shock that rendered ' lierBenscless.
Sho was picked up and carried Into
the store whero a physician was summoned,
who soon brought her around
Tiik Down-Town club, lho merchants'
club of Louisville, which has been under
the control nnd management of the
Commcrcinl club, failed a few loy
since for 5.000. The cnuso of 'tho fail
ure Is duo to bad management and
The club wns tbo .lcadlntr cluVpt'lta
TifK Interest has died out in the Falls
City bank assignment, Louisville. Several
hundred dollars was paid out to
savings depositors tho other morning, "
nnd only nbout 81,500 of tho savings
funds remain uncollected The open
accounts will probably bo paid within
thu ue.xt Unity da) 5.
A HAND of thieves Is working Newport
Tub Owcnsboro Wheel Co. has cni
loose from tho big wheel trust
known as tho American Wheel Co.
Covinotos; Is making its first test of
vitrified brick for street paving. The
city wiseacres aro predicting failure.
Tltr. Kentucky Union railway has
been open to Jackson in
FlliE broke out In the court-house
square, Glasgow, tho other morning
and beforo it was subdued half the
block was in ashes. Loss about 573,000;
The First National bank of rinevllle,
capital S.10,000, has been authorized to
At a danco near Iioverly, Christian
county, the other night Hud Lacy, colored,
had a disturbance with a woman
with whom bo was Ho stood
her abuse, and ho became bo enraged
he got a pistol nnd fired upon her. Tbo
ball went wido of its mark, but struck
another woman in tho breast inflicting
n serious If not fatal wound Lacy then
fled and escaped into Tennessee, and is
still at large.
Neah Columbia, Tyler Grant from
nmbush shot and killed Tyler Gorman.
Grant is In jail. He says ho mistook
Gorman for York Gorman, Tyler's
brother, who he claims had threatened
to kill Grant on sight Gorman was at
work In his field when shot
Skveiial storekeepers and gaugers in
the Owcnsboro district have been notified
that owing to tho fact that a number
of distilleries not been run
this season their services can bo dispensed
Policeman Fkask Ff.ent, of Louisville,
was severely burned whllo rescuing
bis child from his burning home.
llohKift rojViHiS;. son of ColrJ.sD.
Powers, of Owcnsbort), has been appointed
by Congressman Ellis to a West
Point cadetship, nnd ho will enter tho
military academy in tho fall If he successfully
passes the required
Ho has been for tho past year a
student at tho Kentucky Military Insti
tute and his friends think he is well
P. E. Caudki.i, has been nominated
for representative by tho democrats of
Floyd, Knott and Letcher counties.
The jury in tho Tate security case
hns returned a vcrdlot for tho defense.
Tho counsel for tho commonwealth has
made u motion for a now triaL Tho
suit was against tho bondsmen of the
defaulting stato treasurer, James W.
Tate, who In 18sa skipped out, leaving
a deficit of about 150,000. This has
been very materially reduced by the
assets that wero left behind, nnd the
authorities of the stato attempted to
make tho commonwealth whole by
forcing tho sureties to pay tho balaiteo.
The case went to the court of 'nppculs
onco on a legal point Involved, but this
is the first trial that has been had or
tho merits of tho controversy. It Is a
victory for tho sureties nnd niesns thst
tho state will be out about 50,000 on
account of Tato's rascality.
Fayette- county's new jail, which
cost, together with tho lot which It occupies
S-18, 123.70, was accepted by the
court of claims n few day saga Tho prisoners
havo been removed from the old
jail building into tho new structure.
Ncai: London, the other afternoon.
Jnmes Stewart got Into a saloon fight
with Jeff Rowlen, Jack Downing, t. J.
Silbertand Jos llrowa Stewart wns
shot through with a W Inchester and
fatally wounded. Downing received a
bullet In tho abdomen ami will probably
The stato geological bureau issurvey
Ing Adair county.
Pulaski county votes In August on
establishing a county work-house.
Dayton's Juvenile population grows
so Hit mat us puuuc scnoois are
cramped for room.
Mits. Nancy Cooper, a patient at the
Western lunatic asylum, nenr
sent from Logan county, committed
suicide at that Institution tlio other
night by hanging herself to her bedpost
with a night gown.
Tiik Hath County Confederate association
will hold a meeting on tlio
Sharpsburg fair grounds, on the fourth
Saturday in July. This organization is
a charitable one; its alms nro to take
care of the infirm nnd disabled
soldiers A number of eminent
havo promised to be
I.v most counties farmers are selling
their wheat at 80 cents. Some of them
have sold for less than B0, and some
even as low its 75. In places tho price
Is as high as 85 cents. Tho tendeney Is
Covinoton's long idle rolling mill Is
about to start up again.
Maysvillk under tho recent showing
of postal receipts Is entitled to freo
postal delivery nnd has applied for the
Mil. Chaiiiks L. Hahtbkeu), of Newport,
bus obtained another patent f tr
tho manufacture of pure iilumlntiu
from common clay w ithout tho use of
electricity or metallic sodium. Mr.
llnrtsfeld is now belling aluminum at
3m.,.. k.vnlH ,,t,r ,,,,,1 , iarg t,)tK
... ,m,tv.0no years there wero but
threo fuilurus of the peach crop in the
Muldr.iiitfh Hill section, und thuru has
never been a fullure of the grape cro
Ip thul legion.