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VOL. II: NO. 12
MARIETTA, OHIO. TUtSDAY, J AS UAH Y 14, 1890.
PJRIOE ONE CENT.
With Imposing Ceremonies, .Gen.
Bushnell Becomes Governor.
The Oath of Office Administered in
the Rotunda of the Stato Houses
Thousands WItnesaed tho Ceremonies nnd
the Splendid I'nrnilo Thlrtj-Nlne Civic
and Political, nnd 00 Military Or
ganizations l'artlclpated In It.
Columbus, 0., Jan. 13. Tho fates
that preside over tho weather depart
ment was certainly favorable to cere
monies attending tho inauguration of
Gen. Asa S. Bushnell Monday.
Undor tho auspices of tho inaugura
tion committees a corps of decorators
liavo been at work for two days and
nights festooning tho mammoth arches
of tho rotunda with gaudy bunting
and flags and pictures of eminent
Ohio republicans, and the stage, made
as commodious as the limited space
would permit, was erected for tho ac
commodation of tho retiring and in
coming officials, members of tho legis
Gov. McKinley, got over to the office
from the Neil house at an early hour.
There were still a few letters to write,
and a few documents yet to sign. Ho
had no timo to himself, however, not
even a minute, as a stream of callers
poured in and out of tho office cease
lessly, saying good-by and wishing
him success in tho future. Con
fusion, which reigned everywhere,
Tad its center in the govern
or's office. At 11:30 Gov. McKinley
with his military staff in full uniform
and tho members of the joint legisla
tive committee, loft tho state-house In
a procession and took carriages at the
Uroad street front of the capitol build
ing, going to tho Chittenden hotel to
meet Gov. Bushnell. The party was a
distinguished looking one, and being
recognized as it went down High street,
was loudly cheered by the thousands
that lined tho sidewalks on cither
side. There was an immense crush ut
tho Chittenden. Everybody that vas
mot at the state house was at the hotel.
Gov. Bushnell, with his new staff, look
ing very imposing in their handsome
uniform, had been holding a levee all
tho morning. The governor's family
were with him, accompanied by a num
ber of friends from Springfield.
The arrival of Gov. McKinley nnd
party was made known to the incom
"ing chief magistrate by a great shout
,oi welcome which rang through the
corridors of the hotel. It was several
tainutes before tho elevators got them
all to Gov. Uushnoll's apartments, where
thero was an informal but hearty ex
change of greetings. The two govern
ors introduced tho members of their
staffs to one another, but few of them
being acquainted, and chatted for a
few minutes with tho members of tho
legislature constituting tho joint com
mittee. It was about ten minutes be
fore tho noon hour when tho move
ment to the stato houso began. Gov.
McKinley took Gov. Bushnell at his
right 6ido nnd started down tho stair
way, tho legislative committee immedi
ately following, with tho staffs of the
two governors behind.
Cheer after cheer rent tho air as they
walked down tho crowded stairways
of the hotel to tho lobby. When tho
woll known figures of liushiicll and
McKinley appeared at tho-landing of
tho grand staircase tho groat crowd in
the lobby set up a tremendous cheer
ing and clapping of hands.
Arrived at tho state house, the retir
ing and incoming governors and their
escort wero vociferously received and,
on marching through tho dense mass
of people through tho rotunda, found
in waiting the members of tho legisla
ture, tho justices of tho supreme court
and city, county and state officials,
present by invitation, seated upon the
The massivo arches of tho rotunda
and tho somber corridors of tho state
houso rang with cheer after cheer when
McKinley and Bushnell walked in.
Every availablo inch of room had been
utilized to put somobody into, both on
the stage, tho floor of the rotunda nnd
tho steps and hallways beyond. Gov.
Bushnell smilingly bowed his acknowl
edgments of his more than flattering
reception.aiul nmut a storm of applause
mounted tho steps of tho platform and
sat down back of a tabic with Lieut.
Gov. Jones nt his left and Gov. McKin
ley at his right
When tho confusion had partially
subsided, ltev. William J. Russell, pas
tor of the Central Christian church,
stepped forward and made the invoca
tion. It was apt and eloquent, and,
unlike many, was of becoming brevity.
After a brief pause, Gov. Bushnell
arose nnd took1 tho oath of office. This
was administered by the chief justice
of tho supremo1 court, who mado
tho incident an imposing one. Look
ing Gov. Bushnell seriously in tho
face, speaking with great deliberation
in a tono which rang all through the
distant space, ho exacted from tho in
coming governor tho obligations to
pupport tho constitution, uphold tho
laws and faithfully discharge tho du
ties of his high office. Instead of mere
ly bowing his acknowledgments, as is
often done under such circumstances,
Gov. Bushnell responded in firm and
ringing tones, tho words, "I do."
Asa S. Bushnell was now governor
of Ohio and William McKinley a pri
vate citizen. There was another burst
of applause and cheers when tho crowd
realized that tho change had been
consummated and that the republican
standard-bearer of last year was at
last firmly fixed in tho otllco to which
their suffrages had elected him.
i Gov. Bushnell then began the deliv
-'i J irn1 ;'-- r---- if-nn !' i ' I--'--t- '- - - -
ery of his address. It had. of course,
been prepared in advance, and was
read by tho governor in a loud, clear
voice. Ilis discussion of state affairs
met with great favor, especially from
the members of tho legislature, who
warmly applauded the vorious sugges
At tho conclusion of the address the
official party took carriages and par
ticipated in tho huge parade.
Tho procession formed on Third
streot centering at Third and i Broad
and Third and State. Jt moved south
wardly to Third and Mound, thence
ono square west to High, north on nigh
streot to tho viaduct and back again
past tho reviewing stand at tho north
front of the state house.
Gov. Bushnell rode with uncovered
head, bowing his acknowledgments
to tho yelling multitude and smiling
graciously to the zealots who shouted
'Hurrah for Bushnell!" until they
looked tired. Tho demonstration given
Gov. Bushnell was purely spontane
ous, and showed tho kindly regard in
which the new chief magistrate was
held by the people,
Gov. McKinley was seated besido
Gov. Bushnell, but did not recognize
any of tho tumultuous demonstrations
except when the name of McKinley
was called out and cheered when ho
would quietly nod and turn to Gov.
Tho parade was the finest over seen
at an inauguration. It was immenso
in numbers and in tho splendor of dis
play. Tho gentlemen composing tho
various civic and military organiza
tions had boon waiting with some im
patience on the cold ground for over
an hour, sorao of them having been on
their feet for two hours, and it was
with a degree of relief that they re
ceived the order to march and stepped
gaily away to the inspiring music of
tho many bands.
In tho procession were 39 civil and
political organizations and CO military
organizations which was reviewed by
the gubernatorial party from a stand
on tho north side of tho capitol.
Immediately after the parade ex
Gov. McKinley and Gov. Bushnell
were driven to their respective quar
ters, and tho members of tho legisla
ture and Lieut. Gov. Jones repaired to
the senate chamber, where the oath of
office was administered to tho latter.
On taking tho oath of office Gon. Jones
spoke at some length.
The other state officers wont to their
respective offices accompanied by their
predecessors, where, by arrangement,
different members of the supreme
court wero present to administer the
oaths of office as required by law, and
tho inauguration exercises wero over.
All Gamo In Ohio to lie Protected for
Two Tear Commission to Fix County
COLUSinns, O., Jab. ia Senate Tho sen
ate convened nt 0 o'clock Monday. Privuto
Secretary Boyle presented tho govornor's ucl
dross, the reading was dispensed with. The
report of the emergency board was accepted.
Mr. Sparks' bill to prohibit display of foreign
flags was referred to tho committo on corpora
tion. Tho specl.il tax cigarette bills of Avery
and Whitney wero referred to tho committee
on judiciary and finance, respectively. Reso
lutions of thanks .to the retiring president,
Iilcut-Gov. Harris, wero offered by Mr. Avery,
and passed by a rising vote. A motion made
by Mr. Garfield, providing that when tho sen
nto adjourned It adjourn until 11 a. m. Tues
day, to elect a United States senator. Tho
senate then recessed until after the luaugaral
House Hills Introduced: Establishing nor
mal schools In colleges and universities; pro
hibiting tho killing of all kinds of gamo for
two years: allowing tho assessment of property
for freo turnpikes Tho present law catches
only property within one mllo; providing for
tho appointment of n commission of
ono man from each township In each county to
fix fees and salaries of county olllcors. A bill
providing that whoever shall assault a female
under 12 years of ago against her will shall bo
punished with death. Any forcible assault
over this ago Is to bo punished as determined
Speaker Sleoper Announces Ills Appoint
ments. Speaker Sleeper announced the ap
pointment of pages as follows: Thom
as Shelton, Hamilton county; Howard
Blake, Columbiana; Morrill Smith and
Joseph McDowell, Coshocton; John
Sweeney, Hocking; Howard Sneedeker,
Belmont; Justin Burns, Green, and
Stenographers were appointed as fol
lows Gertrude Laughlin, Bellcfont
aine; Edna L. Kowned, Toledo; Chas.
II. Karr, Miamisburg, and Frank
B. Patrick, Franklin. Mr. Beck
ham offered his resolution which
was refrerred to tho committee on
rules, to change the namo of tno fi
nance committeo to committee on ap
Mr. Starr offered a joint rosolution,
which was adopted, providing for hold
ing a joint senatorial convention at
Claimed tho Hank Had Ileon nobbed.
CoLUJinus, O., Jan. 13. The directors
of tho Fifth Avenue bank, which closed
its doors on Saturday, as alleged on
account of a groundless run in consc
.quenco of tho Ady failure of Friday,
now claim that the bank has been
robbed extensively by its cashier, John
A. Knight. Ho has not been arrested
yet, but tho directors have him shut
up in tho bank trying to mako him
tell what ho has done with the money.
Tho bank officers say that about 50,
000 is missing.
"" Wants (JnThVoneil Chairs.
Columbus, O'., Jan. 13. Representa
tive Hutchinson, of Columbiana coun
ty, Monday offered a resolution author
izing tho third assistant sorgeant-at-arras
to have tho chairs in tho houso
cushioned at a cost not to exceed SI. 25
each, lie wanted the resolution rushed
through, but Palmer, of Cuyahoga,
thought tho members could stand
wooden bottoms another day or two
and tho resolution was referred to tho
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-.., ft hnWfifi-
Of the Present Difficulty Between
England and America.
Clause to Be Attached to the Eehring
Sea Treaty Providing Arbitration
Of. All Pending Questions llet ween tho Two
Countries by Englnnd Tho llrltlsh Cab
inet Will Muke l'uhllo thn Matorlal
Documents on Veneznela Affairs.
Washington, Jan. 13. Mr. Henry
Norman, tho special commissioner of
tho London Daily Chronicle, cabling
to his paper beforo leaving Washing
ton Sunday, says:
There is n simpler solution of tho
present difficulty and restoration of
cordial relations between England and
America thanany I have suggested.
Why should not Lord Salisbury at
tach to tho Bering sea arbitration
treaty, which is about to be returned
to tho American governmont, a clauso
providing for the arbitration of all
pending questions, and even of all fu
turo ones? Besides Venezuela and
Canada there are the Alaska boundary,
tho eastern fisheries, and other
questions causing discord, If ho
docs this I am able to stato that tho
administration will accept with pleas
ure tho treaty so nltered. This is a
method of accomplishing everything
with perfect honor and dignity to both
Lord Salisbury would bo wise to ter
minate tho matter before Brazil de
mands arbitration of her end of tho
Schomburgk lino, thus adding a new
and difficult complication.
London, Jan. 13. In an editorial
Monday the Standard says that tho
communications it publishes relative
to the attitude to Germany and tho
Transvaal and the publication of tho
papers on tho Venezuelan difficulty
are all authoritative. It adds:
Urged by friendly public opinion in
the United States- to place beforo the
world as soon as may bo the British
case as regards tho controversy with
Venezuela, tho cabinet on Saturday
decided to respond to this amicable in
vitation by publishing the material
documents in its possession bear
ing thereon. Of far more in
terest to tho English people than
tho problems to be faced in South
Africa or tho relations of this country
with any other power aro its relations
with tho United States, and wo gladly
take tho opportunity of bearing testi
mony to tho magnanimous attitude of
tho Americans toward us at a momont
when a community less generous
thought apparently that a favorable
opportunity had arisen for adopting
toward us a tono of insult,
if not of menace. Instead
of taking advantage of tho augmenta
tion of our anxieties and tho tempo
rary multiplication of our events, tho
American, with a spirit that does him
honor and which is appreciated by us,
have not only abstained from endeav
oring to add to our perplexities, but,
whero they did not actually offer us
their sympathy, thoy have maintained
an honorable, courteous reserve. That
is conduct worthy of them, and it has
not unnaturally inspired the English
government with a desire to
meot our kinsfolk across the Atlantic
in a friendly spirit. Lord Salisbury,
as we announced before, has decided
not to wait for a meeting of parlia
ment, but will publish as soon as they
can bo got ready all tho documents in
his possession bearing upon tho dis
puted boundary between British
Guiana and Venezuela. As we havo
said, tho attitude of tho people of the
United States during the past week
has materially Influenced tho prime
minister's decision, just as it has
quickened tho feeling of friendship
entertained by Englishmen for thoso
who speak their tongue and share their
literature on tho other sido of the
ocean. Tho maintenance of friendly
relations with the United States must
always be a consideration of tho first
importance for Great Britain. Wo say
this to tho Ainericau people with tho
absolute candor of deep seated cordi
ality. Tho foregoing article is leaded
throughout and Is evidently inspired
by tho government.
llnrrlblo (.rime at Southport, La. I
Nkw Oui.eans, Jan. 13. A man
named Pat Morrison and a Negro
woman havo been living together for
somo time on a flatboat in tho vicinity
of Southport, disregarding all warn
ings to leave. About 1 o'clock Sunday
morning a number of shots wero heard
in tho direction of tho boat, which
was scon to bo burning. About da3'
light it was found burned to tho
water's edgo and tho charred bodies of
the couplo found. A two-year-old
child of tho woman in some miracu
lous way escaped unhurt. i
Ilunter Chosen bjr tho Itepuhllcan Canons.
FKANKForiT, Ky Jan. 13. Tho joint
caucus of tho republican members of
the general assembly Saturday after
noon nominated W. Godfrey Hunter,
of Cumberland county, to succeed Sen
ator Blackburn. Tho opposition to
him gave up tho fight early Saturday
morning. Congressman Evans return
ing to Washington, and Judge Holt
and Hon. A. E. Wilson following later
in tho day in thoir determination not
to go uoioro tno caucus.
Teitel Load or Spanish Troops Land.
Havana, Jan. 13. The steamer Vil
laverd arrived Sunday loaded with
troops from Manzanilloi Tho govern
ment is marching its forces in tho tear
of Gomez. It is reported that Jose
Maceo has left Santiago and is mortal.'
west to meet Gomez.
.... ., j ;Lwvil3fe5..i,
Gathered From All l'arts of the Country by
Tho Italian government has pro
rogued parliament until 'the end of
Tho Western Union Central Cablo of
fice reports the Cuban land linos havo
been reopened, restoring telegraphic
communications south of Havana.
Sixty members of tho reform com
mittee at Johannesburg aro now un
der arrest. It is believed that only
the live ringleaders will be detained.
Tho residence of ex-Mayor C. C. Burr,
Lincoln, Is'eb., was badly damaged by
firo Sunday evening and tho furnish
ings ruined. Tho loss is $20,000, fully
Tho steamship LaChampagno which
arrived Sunday brought 7,500,000 francs
and tho Auranla 11,500 pounds of gold
consigned to various New York bank
ers and bullion brokers.
Three now naphtha springs yielding
CO.000, 78,000 and 82,000 poods daily,
have been discovered in tho Caucaslus
near the Caspian sea. The springs are
in a chasm 1 14 feet deep.
A dispatch to the Madrid Imparcial
says that the rebels mado an attack
upon Managua and wero repulsed. Tho
insurgents havo burned a great many
suburban residonces near the capital.
Homer S. Perry, a well-known
authority on horse racing, died in Now
York Sunday night of heart disease
and congestion of tho lungs. Mr.
Perry hns been ailing for several days.
Mr. Gladstone has written to tho
press from Biarritz, France, express
ing his grateful thanks to all thoso
persons who congratulated him on tho
recent occasion of tho SGth anniversary
of his birth.
The Danish steamer Dania has ar
rived at Copenhagen from Now Or
leans after a fearfully rough passage,
in tho course of which she sustained
extensive damago and three of her
crew were washed overboard and
Great Britain has congratulated
Portugal upon tho capture of Gungun
hana, the east African chiof who has
been hostile to the Portuguese for a
long time, and upon tho consolidation
of Portuguese authority in tho pro
vince of Mozambique.
Tho secretary of tho interior has ap
proved the classification of land mado
by tho mineral land commissioners
during the month of August, in tho
Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, land district,
also tho July and August classification
mado by tho mineral land commis
sioner in the Helena, Mont., land dis
trict. In tho senate a bill to amend tho
act forfeiting railroad lands was re
ported back by Mr. Melirido (rep..
Ore.) aud passed. It was explained as
having no other effect than to require
the fencing, improving and cultivat
ing of such lands to bo regarded as ful
filling the requirement of "posses
sion." THE MARKETS.
Cincinnati. Jan. 13.
ri.oun Spring patent, 3 15ti3C0, sprinj
fancy, HOSfttUO; spring family, $2ii 2.SU;
winter patont, i3.50i&3 Go; fnn-y, J3.10tt3.i3;
family, $.'.C3'a2.90. extra, $J26i&iS0, lowgrado,
Wiikat No. 2, red. GSiSCOo on track.
Coiin Sales: Mixed ear, track, aHSc: No 3
mixed car. track, 2so, No 2 ) olio w. track. Wc;
No 2 mixed, track, 2Sc, No. 3 mlxod, track,
O its Sales: No. 2 mixed, track, 20'fe:
No S white (Hanoi's), truck, 21'ic No. 3
mixed, track, IIM40
CATri.K-Oood shlppors", $350.1.15- choice,
HI5 choice butchers.' .1 8'itil 15. fair lo medi
um, H.i'ii3.75, common. 3.' SOijtlO.
Calves Mow and ensy. I'alrtosood light,
i'xCO 5.T5, extra, io.00. common and large, J3 25
lions Select heavy snipper', J3.7in3.80. se
lect butchors', J3.7S 3.Si good packers'. ilCjfa
3.75; fair to medium, JAC043 75, common nnd
rough. 13. vo 33.5V
SiifcKP and Lamms Sheep Ilxti.i, J3 2."S
3 50. choice, '2.3Vg3.00. common to fair. Jl 35ft
A 25. L.irabs Uxtrn, (4.7V31 8V good to choico,
M.25 4 03; common to fair, J3.J5 4 CO.
Wool Unwashed: Fine mtrlno. per lb, 9
P Cle. quarter blood clothing. Uftllc: medium
delaine and clothing, lliel.ic: coarse. 12 tMc:
medium combing, 16o. Washed: Tlno morlno,
X to XX, per lb, l.iiJUc medium clothing,
16c. delaine, flceco. IS'ltJo, Ion; combing, lli3
15o. quarter blood and low, I314c
New Yohk, Jan. 13.
Wheat No 2 red, February, C3nc; March,
G9(jC0'.fc, May, CO 11-10 Of 1-nic; July, 03!i
Cons No SMav, 3IXQ31I5-1CC; July, 35'iQ
S6o; No. 2, Si( 3J!c.
Oats No. s, Fooruury, 23'io asked; May,
JUfc asked; western, 2I,S ":8o.
Toi.mo, O Jan. IX
Wheat No. 2 red, cash, (Wic. M,y, 03!.c;
No 3 rod eish. fl!tc.
Coiin Nolhlm; doing.
HUFKAi.o. Jan 11.
Caitlc Old cows, $a 00 '2.25: fair to good
bulls, ti3V.:uO veals lower at $I85KC0 for
lulr to prime.
Iloos Mediums nndlicnvy, SI 00, Yorkers,
Sico'iao'i, pigs, $3ovmoo.
Sur.EP a.nii IjAMiis Prime lambs, !4B5
MO. good. fl.4i"4 7j; light to fair, 3.85B4 35;
mixed sheep, good to choico, i3.fOS3.7J; extra,
I'lTTsnuitGii. Pa., Jan. 11
Cattle Keceipts light, demand steady!
market fair, prices uro unchanged.
Hoes Receipts he.y; marled dull nnd
lower: ull grades, 3 a 4c.
blistp Export wcthors, J3607J4 00, common
to prime il.0Ua3.75, lambs, S3.00S5 30, calves,
Ciiioaoo, Jan. II.
Calls on May whoit opened nt f'JV', sold at
C0c, lust prlco 0,'i Cue, Put opened at 59c,
sold at 68J; abic, last price 59c.
Calls on May corn opened at 28!S'.8Jje. sold
it 2fi'ic last prlco 28id,29aC Puts opined nt
ISiitl-8?io, sold at 3Vic, hut price 2!i,t2?(o.
Baltimore, Jan. 11,
Wheat No. 2 red spot and January, 073
J7H0; southern, C8JJ.700.
Coiin Mixed spot, 35!33jc; February,
KH&33S1C; steamer mixed, 31 jljt32o; southern,
OA7S No. 2 white western, 24 521JJc; No. 3
HYE No. 8, 400 for western. Ml
Indianapolis, Ind., Jan 11.
CATTI.E-Good to choioe steers, (3Wj4.15j
medium, 3 CO jS 80. common, 3,25ff5.50.
Hoes Qood to choice medium and neavy,
JlSfrBlflO: mined and heavy, A7oia851 com
mon lights, (3.716 3.8a
SnBr Good to choloo lombt, tl?V44.rO:
common, $.75j4.()0 good to choice sheep, V.'.Ui
, - UjdJ'ffl.-AMil,.Tv, tfrnflf mljWh'ArtMwW tnln..rti..fi,,Jinn..iril , , , iw i
A cream of tartar linking Powder, niphesl
of all In loavonlup streugth. Latttt Unitta
Mates Uovtrnmtnt Food Iteport.
ItOYAL iiAKINO POWDEIl CO., lOOWall St.,N.V.
A Chicago Man Kills Himself,
Wife and Five Children.
Despondency Over Money Matters
Probably Prompted the Deed.
Thn CrlniH Was Accomplished by Turning;
on Kvory Ciis Jet in tho Ilunse lho
Cracks of tho Doors unci Wlnilont
Hero 1'lagged Up With Cotton.
Chicago, Jan. 13. Police Officer Gib
bons, of North Side, received a letter
Monday morning1 from Peter liouch-
aard, of Englewood, informing1 him
that by tho time it was received the
writer would bo dead. Oflicer Gibbons
at onco communicated with tho police
station at Bnglcwood, and an oflicer
was sent to Houghaard's house, where
lie found the dead bociiusof Houffhaard,
bis wife and five childien, who had
been asphyxiated by jjas. Houghaard
was a millc dealer and was believed to
be in comfortable circumstances. Kb
motive for the crime has yet been
The dead arc Peter IIou?aard, Mrs.
Iloiigaard, Jennie lloug-aard, Olga
Ilougaard, Maud Ilougaard, Hans
Lioufraard, Stella Houjjaurd. The bod
ies of Hougnnrri, his wife and 1-yoar-old
child were found in otic room; in
an adjoining room was found the body
of an 11-ycur-old girl, and in another
room tho corpses of tho three remain
ing children. The jets of every gas
fixture in tho houso had been
turned on and the cracks of the win
dows and doors had been plugged with
cotton. Death had evidently over
taken every member of the family ex
cept tho father while thoy slept.
Friends of Hougaard saj- that in a
business transaction a year ago lie took
several notes which have long since
fallen due, but were never paid and it
is thought that this may have caused
Ilroltpnstulu Withdraws From tho National
St. Louis, Jan. 13. Theodore Iircit-
onstein, tho crack pitcher of the St.
Louis baseball team, lias withdrawn
from the employ of President Von Der
Alio, and declares that he will abandon
tho National league. Sunday night
lireitenstein signed a contract with
Manager Havill, of the Chester Grays
of the Southern Illinois league, and
will play with that team during the
coming season. The terms of contract
are not mado public, but as an addi
tional inducement to join tho Chestcrs
lireitenstein lias been offered a co
partnership in a saloon and billiard
hall in that city.
A Large NewTort Delegation.
New Yohk, Jan. 13. Xew York will
be represented beforo the democratic
national committeo at 'Washington
next Thursday by a larger dele
gation than any other. The dele
gates will represent the hotels, the
board of trade, tho business men of
the city, and Tammany Hall, tho only
democratic organization of the city.
They wiH all work in harmony to se
cure tho convention. Thoy havo a
guarantee fund of more than S.IO.UOO,
which is regarded as ample to pay all
expenses. District Attorney John It.
Fellows has been selected to make tho
principal speech for New York.
lho rlylnp; Squadron llently.
Loxnox, Jan. 13. A dispatch from
Portsmouth to the Pall Mall Gazette
sa3's that tho channel squadron is now
ready for sea. Tho vessels comprising
tho squadron have provisions on board
Mifllciont to last six months. Tho
ships will assemble at Portland at the
end of tho wcelc to receive final orders.
Tho ships of the new Hying squadron
aro nearly ready for sea. A large
force of men worked upon them all
day Sunday fitting them out and tho
work is almost complete. It is not yot
known when tho squadron will sail or
what is its destination.
Nominations Sent to the Senate.
Washington, Jan. 13. The president
Monday sent tho senate tho following
nominations: J. A. Marshall, of Utah,
to bo United States district judgo for
the district of Utah; J. W. Judd, of
Utah, to bo attorney for the United
States for tho district of Utah; M. M.
Uriglyim, of Utah, to be marshal of tho
United States for the district of Utah.
First Assistant Unginecr C, II. Foote,
of Pennsylvania, to bo a chief engineer
in tho revenue cutter service; also a
number of minor array promotions.
Iiiillctert on a Singular Charge.
Diri.UTil, .Minn., Jan. 13. Wm. Craig,
general manager of tho Duluth Gas &
Water Co., lias been indicted by the
grand jury for causing tho typhoid
epidemic and is under arrest.
Arrival' and Departure of Trains,
h. & o. s.w.
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Leave a:oop. m..0:00, 4:0fta.m.
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South 10:2:., 2:. on in: 7:0p. ra.
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Pay attention to
it will pay all of ,
you mat neeu a m
cheap pair of pants. K
We have m
Actual count that
are worth from $1
to $5 per pair. This '
lot of Pants must '
be closed out and
we are going to sell
Prom 50c to $2.50
7 LOST: .
i Thought to be lost on i
i Fifth street a plain gold 9
? oval ring, IS karat, a $
6 small size, value 55.00. g
g The finder will receive i
a liberal reward by leav- t
s ing it at the Star Cloth- f
? in House. 9
Co-operation With flio Allied l'oirrn.
Washington, Jan. 13. Mr. Morso
(rep., Mass.) offered a resolution in tho
house instructing the committee on
foreign affairs to inquire into the ex
pediency of reporting to tho house an
expression of this government in. ro
gard to tho Armenian outrages and
looking to the co-operation of the al
lied powers to "wipe the Turkish gov
ernmont off the face of the earth." It
was referred to the committee on for
eign affairs. Tho day was then given
over to business pertaining1 to the Dis
trict of Columbia.
Ship Caual Hill Intruitnrcd.
Washington, Jan. 13. Mr. Dalzell
(rep., Pa.) Monday introduced a bill in
tho house incorporating the Lake Krie
and Ohio Klver Ship Canal Co. with
power to connect Lake Erie and tho
Ohio river by canal. The proposed
waterway is to begin at a point near
Pittsburgh and end near Warren, Ohio.
Tho bill names Andrew Carnegie nnd
some 20 others as incorporators.
Staher Will Not Train In Texas.
Ei. Paso, Tex, Jan. 13. Peter Ma
hcr finally decides not to train in Texas
to avoid possible complications, as
prize fighting in Texas Is felony. Ho
goeb to Las Cruccs, Xew Mexico, 40
miles north of El Paso, where Murray
has quarters for him. When Julian re
turns Quinn and he will chose a
Tho Work or a Fiend. '
Cincinnati, Jan. 13. Frank Cole
man, a dish-washer at tho Gait House,
threw a can of concentrated lye in tho
faco of Frank Maeiewsky, tho proprie
tor, tho well known light-weight pugi
list and sparrer. Uoth eves wero
'burned out and his' faco frightfully-
burned. The two had some words over
a trival matter and Coleman secreted
himself behind a door with tho lyo
when ho knew Maciowsky would pass.
Alleged Defaulter Cnptured.
Finm.ay, O., Jan. 13. A detective,
reached hero Sunday night having in
custody Thomas C. I)unn, ex-justlce of
tho peace and defaulting secretary of
tho North Side llullding and Loan as
sociation. Several American Arrested nt Johannef
Jan. 13. Ainonjr tho per
sons arrested at Johannesburg aro J.
S. Curtis, an American engineer, and
several otiier Americans whoso names
are not given in tho dispatches from
there. The government has obtained
a temporary interdict against tho
transfer of b;uk, blan,qes and rea
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