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MARIETTA DAILY LEADER.
VOIi. II: NO. 73
MARIETTA, OHIO. THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1890.
i hlQE ONE CENT
Instead of Boing Accidentally
Burned to Death, '
Was tho Family of Mr. Oldhouse, Con
sisting of Parents and Fjvo Children
As at First Supposed ItTr. Oldhonse'i
Head Found la tho Ashes With Two
llullct Hole., In pr The Mother'
Ilcad Crushed, by tin Instrument.
Alma, Wis., March 25. It was dis
covered here Tuesday that the family
of G. F. Oldhouse, who woro cremated
in their burning houso two weeks ago,
were murdered and tholr deaths wera
,not accidental as at first supposed.
Tho family consisted of tho father
and mother and fivo children.
Their house was destroyed by flro
on tho night of March 0 and it
was generally beliovcd that p,n over
heated stove had caused tho blaze and
that-vho occupants had been unablo to
escape Tho ''matter has been undor
investigation ever since and the detec
tive having the case in'chargo Tuesday
found tho head of Mr. Oldhouso. In It
wera discovered two bullet holes.
When tho skull of Mrs. Oldhouso
was brought out it was seen that
the farmer's wife had been killed by
somo blunt instrument, as two holes,
'evidently made by a hammer, woro
found back of tho left car. The bones
of the children have not yet been
found. A ncjghbor Tuesday reported
that Mr.Oldhouso had $500 in the houso
a day or two before the fire, and tho
belief is'gafning ground that somebody
know this and murdered tho armor
and family to secure it.
Attempt to'iVrec'k n Church.
Athens, O., March 25. An attempt
was made to wreck the Church of Christ
at Hooper's Ridge, Sunday evening,
during prayer meeting. The explosive
failed to work.
Filed n Salt for Slander.
Bowling Gjieen, 0.,March 25. David
Bale, of Olcan, N. Y., has filed a suit
foi slander against W. II. Murry, oi
the Bradner Oil Well Supply corapanj'i
Dr. Frank Winders Klcctod Secretary.
Columdus, O., March 25. Tho state
medical board Wednesday elected Dr.
Frank Winders, of Findlay, secretary,
on the fifth ballot.
Ashtabula, O., March 25. Mrs. M.
Callaghan was severely burned about
the face, neck and arms by an explo
sion of gasoline.
Via Tin m i Law
Do you ask all tho attorneys you know to make a bid, and then era
ploy the cheapest? Do you not rather look for the man
whose skill and knowledge of law insure thorough
effort in your interest?
The Same Principle
' . . Applies In Clothingl
The difference b'etween poor selected goods and good ones is a vital
question to you it you are interested I It you are looking tor
Oood Material that xoill wear well; goods selected
with taste, and a large variety to select
from, drop in
Our. Store of Practical Experience.
dome in and see what a look may save you.
For this week we will place on Sale 3 extraordinary values in
Value No. I.
A good substantial suit :n Plain and Fancy Mixtures, well
made and trimmed, worth
A strictly all-wool suit of the latest Spring Patterns, in Oassi
mere or Unfinished' Worsteds, beautifully lined and trimmed,
easily worm $iz.ui. no
Value No. 3.
This is a world beater. A genuine imported Olay Worsted,
Thibet or Serge, in Blue, Black or all the new Bhades of Brown
and! Fancies, in Sack or Frock; Elegant workmanship and
Tailor fitting, .worth $13 50. The Buckeye's Price only $ 10,00.
First Qomtpuqion and Confirmation Suits.
Knee Pants Suits' for $2.00 worth $ 3.50.
" " " " " 3.50 5.00.
" " " " 5,00 7.00.
Long ' 4.q0 " .6.00,
" " . 6 00 s'8.00.
, " " ,8.QQ k 3,0.00.,
All ty Latest jn Spring StyleB in Stjff, Alpine and Pasha Hats.
Our Furnishing Goods Department contains all the New and Fashion
able things for Spring. Onme in and give us a trial. ,
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Cor, Front and gutter uts., Old P. O. Building,
, BURIED IN THE DEBRlS.
A Ilouso at Decatur, 111., Collapses Seren
I'ersong Hurt, Olio Fatally,
DEOATUn, III,, March 25. A two-story
brick building on Front street, occu
pied by R. O. McQlasson and family as
a hotol and restaurant, collapsed Tues
day morning at four o'elock and seven
persons sleeping on the sccoud floor
were burled in the debris. Scott, the
five-year-old son of McQlasson, was
killed, the others escaping with, severe
bruises. Tho accident was caused by
an excavation for a new building ad
joining. Telephono Company to Issue Donds.
Chicago, March 25'. Tho Central
Union Telephone Co., which controls
the Bell patents In Illinois, Indiana and
Ohio," announced Tuesday that it will
put out an issuo of 81,000,000 bonds,
half of which will bo used todischargo
the indebtedness of tho company to the
Bell corporation. Tho other 3800,000
will bo oil ored to stockholders at 07j,
and tho money used in extensions and
improvements, including the compul
sory placitig of wires under ground,
chiefly In Columbus, O.. and Indian
apolis. OOlcliil Trial of Mow JJattlo Ships.
Washington, March 25. Tho naVy
department is making arrangements for
tho official trials of tho new battle ships
Massachuscttsand Oregon, tho work
of placing armoisand armament in them
boing expedited. It is believed at the
department that tho Massachusetts
will be icady for trial on April 15 and
the Oregon a month later. Tho Massa
chusetts is at Cramps' ship.yards, Phil
adelphia, aud tho Oregon attho Union
Iron works, San Francisco, whero they
were consti ucted respectively.
Ileqiilsltlnn for l'addy MoOraiv.
IlAimisnuuo, Pa., March 25. A req
uisition was issued by Gov. Hastings
on tho governor of Missouri for tho re
turn of Paddy McGraw, who is tinder
arrest at Savannah, Mo. McGraw es
caped from tho eastern penitentiary a
half dozen years ngo while serving a
term for voluntary manslaughter.
Largo rewards were offered for his ap
prehension, but ho was not located un
til a few days ago. Ho will be brought
back to finish his sentence.
Electrocution tn Ohio.
Columbus, O., March 25. The state
senate Tuesday afternoon unanimously
passed tho Jones bill adopting tho elec
tric method of inflicting capital punish
ment. The houso will no doubt concur.
Fell Down Stairs.
Gallipolis, O., March 25. Fred Low-
Is, of Angola, accidentally fell down
a stairway at Eureka and received in-
tcrnal injuries, besides fracturing his
right shoulder blade.
$7.00. The Buckeye's Price only
- xsucKeye's iTice $ i.io.
Probability That Walling Will
Turn State's Evidence, ,
And Tell the Horrible Story of Pearl's
Murder at Fort Thomas.
That Is Why .Inrksnn Will llu Tried First
Tim Conduct of III" J'rlsori'nra Give
Cil'if tn I Ills Arrangement .lack
son Nervous and Fears tllo Worst.
CiMnivvATi Mnr.Oi !, TIvkp since
tho nrralgnmont of Walling and Jack-
Ron before, Judge Uclra Monday attor-
ncys in Ncwnoit have been discussing
t,ho aetiou of tho court in allowing the
men scparatu trials ut the request of
Waiting's attorneys. They supposed
(.hat the men would be tiled nt thehaine
time, as the fact that tliey woro impli
cated together seems certain from tho
evidence secured. j
fn legal circles there Is a whispered
report to the olleot that Wall! rig's law
yers have arranged, with tho prosecu
tion for their elieut to turn State's evi
dence in thu Jackson tiial. I
Thl4 would explain the thingness of
the couit to allow a severance of the
pases. Tlio jail olllcials say that Jack
son has hecn woriied and restless since
the hearing Jtonday.
Ho said to Jailer IJitzcr that they
seemed to think that ho was the guilty
party. "Why?" asked liiter. "llo-
cause they tuu going to tiy rae first,"
said tho pi isoner. Walling on the other
hand, h uiiuhilci tied and scetns to havo
even gained confidence. Sheriff, rlum
mer spout all of Wednesday in his
ofllcei pulling in the day at routine
work for tho first time since the mur
der. EX-GOV. CAMPBELL.
Says IIo la Not ivCiimlldlltn for lrclilont
mill Dunn Not Dcslro tho Nomination.
Nkw Yonit, March 25. The Mali und
Express Wednesday published the fol
lowing special from Spriugiield, O :
K-Oov. James K. Campbell sent tho
self-explanatory letter to the Daily
Dampcr.it, this city, Wednesday:
"Mv DriAic Sip.: Sometime ago I re
ceived a letter fiom you in i elation to
an interview upon thepresidential nom
ination and also asking if I were a can
didate. In reply I beg to say that I am
not a candidate, do not desiic tho nom
ination and h.ie no special view .upon
tho subject, except such as have been
published time and again. In fact you
will find an interview in last Wed
nesday's Cincinnati Enquirer quoted
from tho Washington Post which cov
ers my views upon the subject exactly.
jAMrs 15. Casu'ui ll.
lrco Hides on Icn.
Uav City, Mich., Match a1. A heavy
wind from tho south has started the ice
out of tho Saginaw bay ftoin what is
called the llig Crack, and with it went
fully 150 fishermen who occupy shanties
on the icb. Unless they can make shoie
on cither hide of tho bay they will be
obliged to remain on the ice until the
wind gets back to the north and blows
the ico back into place. As high winds
piovail, however, it is believed that all
tho fishermen will reach shore with
their shanties, each of which is on run
ners Somo of Iho fishermen are sup
plied with boats for use in cases ef
emergency such as this
Tlio pub tn Resolutions Conferees.
Washington, March 25 After, a ses
sion of three quarters of an hour Wed
nesday afternoon the conferees on tho
Cuban resolutions adjourned until
Thuisday without reaching a conclu
sion. The drift of tho discussion show
ed, however, that there was a linn
intention on tlio part of tlio committee
to report resolutions that would meet
tho approval of both houses. It is be
lieved that ultimately the house will
accept the senate resolutions. The con
ferees hope to settle tho matter finally
Women on the Jury.
Bkookinos, S. D., March 25. By or
der of the court and consent of counsel
on both sides, six men and six women
compose tho jury impaneled to hear
tho case of Phipps vs. Pliipps, an ac
tion for divorce and tho custody of a
minor child, now in progress hei e be
foro district Judge Andrews. The jury
will endeavor- to return apecial find
ings, tho court having reserved to itself
tho right of deciding on the general
verdict as well as that of accepting or
Fatal Hallway Crossing Accident.
Ciiicaoo, March 25. While Christian
Warner and Robert Scott, employes of
tho Schultz Baking Co., were crossing
,tho Twenty-third street railway cross
ing of tho Rock Island road in a cov
ered wagon Wednesday morning, the
vogon yva's struck by a south-bound
passenger trfiin. Warner was instantly
killqd ,and Scott fatajly injured. The
gates, ' it 1 claimed, wcro open at'tlje
time and no danger signals displayed.
Hugh O'Neill, tho gate tender.iWas ar
rested. New Postmasters.
Wabiiiqton, jMarchStf, J. H. Schaaf
was Wednesday appointed postmaster
nt Norton, J)elaware county, O., and
tho following In Kentucky: Abbott,
Trimblo county, J. W. Singer; Kirk,
Breekhiridgo county, Marcus Matting
lyj Liisby,' Owen county, J.I. Pork
Jnsj Otlib, J'jlcming county, W. B. Sal
mon; Pjrentiss, Oho equity, J. W.
TiUordj.Uno, Hart "county, JD. C. Wal
JCtraxviLxtf, Ttin'n., ,Warch 35. N&
Feathers, o Sullivan whitocap beat
Moggie Wino, a dissolute v'otaan, ta
ileath at Pine Flats bppniisn"'Kiilni1
reatened to divujg sumoofthe se
crets of tho organization, IIo escaped.
TAKE POSSESSION OF CUBA.
Senator JII1U, In u Spor h In tho Somite,
Takes Advanced Ground un tlin Cuban
Wasiii.noton. starch 21. Tho joint
resolution introduced Monday by Mr.
Mills (dcm., Tev.) looking to tho seiz
ure of the Island of Cuba by the United
Co tho Cubans, was taken up, and Mr.
Mills addressed tho senate in advocacy
of it. Ho would have voted( ho 6aid,
for all the resolutions ottered on tho
tie would vote for them becauso
they were steps although short steps
" uio lino ol maicli winch It was
duty of tho people of tho United
States to take. The Island ot
Cuba did not, Mr. Mills declared,
stan1 ia tho same relation to the people
" l" unucu ouucsns uungary.ro
land, Ireland or Armenia did. If it did,
thou the statesmanship of tho United
States had been at fault Mr a hundred
Tho United States had never as
serted that ithadnny rights in Ireland,
Hungary, Poland or elsewhere in
Hurope, but it had assorted its rights
in every solitary acre of land on tho
western hemisphere. It hud there
the highest right tho i ight of holf
prcservation. Tho Monroo doctrine, ho
dcclaied, was as old as humanity and
God Almighty was its author, for when
Ho made man llu placed in him tho
right to preserve his life and liberty.
Iho Kiigllah i:ntntn Olvlili-il,
Indianapolis, Ind., March yi The
nntntn nf tlin lntn Willlnm T.V Pinrtikli
hqg been divided among the four heirs
nA tl d j nil n trmircs shnwinf
the division have been filed with there
corder. There wore 575 pieces of real es
tate jeeotded and -CI mortgages. The
fecfor-recordingthe transfers was over
S100, which is tho largest'indlvidual fee
ever paid into tho office. According to
I the division Rosalinda English Walling
receives nine pieces of ie.il estate and
44 mortgages; Wm. E. English, 24 pieces
of real estate and 141 mortgages; Wil
loughby Walling, ns gu,ndianof Wm.
English Walling, 125 pieces of rea!
estate and in mortgages, nud us guard
ian of Willoughby (Jeorgo Walling, 21"
' pieces of real estate and iSmoitgagcs
Gov. Mnttliows Worse.
Indianapolis, Ind., March 25. tiov.
Matthews was not so well Tucsdaj
night, having suffered a lclapse Tues
day morning. Ho sat up a short time
Monday and apparently was benefited
by the change, but ho soon found him
self fatigued and again retired to hi;
bed. His condition is again giving his
fiicndsmuch uneasiness. He has o&
casional fever, which is always follow
ed by-foote or less exhaustion.
Sho Choso a Iiullot.
Dkadwood, S. D., March 25. The
body of Miss Daisy Louther, of Spear
fish, a daughter of Dr. Louthcr, of this
place, was found undor tho lloor of a
dancing pavilion in a grove of trees a
few yards from her father's yard. A
bullet had been fired through her head,
She was disappointed in a love a flair.
The young woman was connected with
soma of the best families in the Blacli
Gen. Cnsey Dios Suddenly.
Washington. March 25. Gen. Thomas
Lincoln Casey, lata chief of engineers,
United States array, died at tho now
congressional libraty about three
o'clock Wednesday afternoon, probably
of heart disease. He was in his loom
at tho now building and was seized
with a pain in his heart. He was laid
upon a loungo and died almost in
stantly. Favorable Report on tho Arbitration Hill,
Washington, March 25. Tlio house
committee on labor Wednesday or
dered a favorable report on the bill ot
Mr. Erdman, of Pennsylvania, provid
ing for th,e settlement of labor troubles
by arbitratiqn. Arbitration is not made
compulsory, but tho decision of arbi
tration boauls is made binding. The
measure is favored by labor organiza
tions. l'lea for Water as Chrlstoner.
Des Moines, la., March 25. Tho peo
ple of Moulton at a meeting adopted
resolutions directed to Gov. Drake, ask
ing him to havo his daughter, Miss
Mary Lord'Drake, use water instead of
wino in christening tho battleship Iowa
at Philadelphia n6xt Saturday. Tho
governor and his party leave for Phila
delphia Wednesday night.
liisablllty ot contederatcs Win oil Out.
Washington, Maroh 25. Tho senate
bill to relievo ex-confederates from the
statutory disability not allowing them
entrance to the army and navy of the
United States, passed tho house Tues
day by an almost unanimous vote.
Tlio Harbor at I'alrport, U. .
Washington, March 25, Tho presi
dent has approved tho joint resolution
directing tho secretary of war to sub
mit pl,ans and estimatos for tho im
provement of Fairport harbor ' '
McKtnley Men Selected.1
Faugo, If. D., "March 25. The repub
lican county convention Tuesday se
lected delegates to the state conven
tion to select delegates to St. Louis.
McKinloy men were selected nnd they
were instructed for him.
Alarm for Gov, Matthews.
IndianapouS, Ind., 'March 25. Got.
Matthews has suffered a relapse, and
his condition is giving his friends much
The I'piio Convalescent.
R.OME, jtfareh 2tf, ThVpqpo has en
tirely recovered from his recent indis
position. He held a'recep'tion Tuesday
and Wednesday at tho Mist of flip an
qunqiationjho wyicfolphrate mass.
Indorsed the jllajor, '
of ltti'sh cottnly in mas's.'con
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A cream ot tartar Halting Powder. HlKheal
of all In leavonlnp strength Lateit Unilte
Statet Government ood Ileport.
Royal IIakino Powdkk Co . 1C0 Wall Sl.N.'V
Bear and Interesting ITappenlngs Within
ALL STOOD UP
While tho Death Sentenco ATns Heine;
Fronounccd ou llunlirod lCclcli, at Cleve
Cleveland, O., March 25. Tho most
impressive scene over enacted iu a
Cleveland court-room, wis enacted
Tuesday in tho criminal court, when
Itushiod Kclch was sentenced by Judge
Oug to bo hanged in tho Ohio peniten
tiary on July 23, for tho brutal murder
of liis young wifo Addie. About two
months ago ICelch, who was jealous of
his wife, entrapped her into a meeting
and cut her throat. Sho died in
stantly. The courttoom was crowded, many
prominent attorneys being iu attend
ance when Kclch was summoned be
foro tho court. Then came an innova
tion in tho annals of court proceedings
in Cuyahoga county. Judge Ong or
dered every one in the courtroom to
stand up. The order was obeyed amid
an intense silence. Then in a slow,
solemn tone tho judgo pronounced
sentence. ICelch stood the ordeal well,
but after he was taken to his cell he
became a prey to an infinite misery of
thought and refused to converse with
anybody. He is a good looking young
man of 35, and before becoming ad
dicted to drink, owing to his insane
jealousy of his wife, was a respected
mechanic. The other members of tho
family are eminently respectable.
Momburt of tho lrlson lto ird Kcslgn,
COLUMiius, O., March 25. Gov. Rush
nell requested tho mombcis of the pen
itentiary board to lep.iir to his office,
and there announced to them that lie
did not exactly liko tlio way .things
were moving at the institution and
would request tho resignations of tho
members of tho board. Later all com
plied. The members of tho board who
resigned are: Republicans Col. J. Q.
Rriglmm, Fulton county: Julius Whit
ing, Stark county; George 11. liay,
Coshocton county. Democrats Henry
Apthorp, Ashtabula county; Judge A.
II. Cole, Ross county.
!te otters for the Colninbus Manufactur
Coi.UMiiua, O., March 25. On applica
tion of thu attorney general of tho
state, n. It. Arnold and W. 3. Joseph
were, Tuesday afternoon, appointed ro
ceivors of the Columbus Manufactur
ing Co. Their bonds' were fixed at 850,
000 each. Tho company is a contractor
for convict labor fiotu tho state aud is
laigely in arrears in payments to the
state Tho property of the company is
valued at 5100,000.
Arrested on a Murder Charge.
Et.tiua, ()., March 25. On informa
tion by tho Cleveland authorities, the
night police of this city took John Gal
lagher from a freight ttaln on the
charge of murder. Gallaghor is alleged
to have stabbed aud killed John Walsh
in a saloon row Tuesday uight. A
companion named Stolleski uas ar
rested with him.
To Kofund Cincinnati Bnutlicrn Railway
Cor.UMnus, O., March 25. The houso
Wednesday enacted into a law Senator
Herron's bill for icfunding the Cincin
nati Southern railroad,, bonds. An
amendment offered by Clcndening to
strike out tho authority to issuo gold
bonds was disagreed to by a vote of S
Child I'aUlly Hurnod.
ZANKSVirxn, O., March 25. Mrs.
Frank Jenuings, of Norwich, loft her
two-year-old son alono in tho house
while she went to feed the pigb. When
she eamo buck sho found tho child in
flames. The little fellow was fatally
Alleged, picamlst Arrested,
Toledo, 0 March 5. Thos. Wlialen,
alias, It. II. Stdnloy, was arrested here
Tuesday on complaint of tho police of
Sandusky, 6. It is charged that 'he
ias a wife there, orib in'W'llmlrigton,
N. Y., and another in Rochester, N. Y.
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Found Dead In II ed.
Toledo, O., March 25. A middlo-aged
man, who is thought to bo Simon' W.
Ritter, of Toronto, Ont., was found
dead in bed at tho llotol Williams,
Bryan, O. , Tuesday, haying evidently
committed suicide by aspliyxlalion.
Tho Stu to Prison Hoard,
CoLUJinus.'O., larch K Gov. Rush
noil said Wednesday morning that Tio
would not appoint' a s,tate prison "board
'at- onco, Thord Is 'nd douht "that Chcr
rlngtou and Rosb will "bo on Itho board.
It is doubted If Griffin can get St
Dropped Dead Iu' the Itoad.
GALi.iroi.18, 0., March 25. George
Ilall, a farmer of Addison township,
.fqll dead vin tho road about 5,0 yards
,fropi his phonic. JIo had bepn to a
nelghooring storo and w'a's just recov
Arrival and DenarturG of Trains.
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i). m..7rnnn m mV -' -w '"
.nrv?. 8'05 a! m., 8:10 a.'m , 12:SS. p. ., ;
" t v.-v, y, ux , oiou j,. ,, HH
T. & O. C. Ex.
V?v"i 2.'C P. m.. 9:00, 4:t0 a.m
Mimjs ia:S0, 7:83p m.7U5a m ,
C. &. M.
Lkav 8:a.m. SitSp.in
AnniVE ,ii:i5 a. m., 7:05 p. m
. 6:20 a.m.. l:Ms.m
. 10:10 a.m., 5:65 p.m
0. 11. R. R. (Eastern Time.)
Sot-n 10.25,2.60a m.; 7:10 p.m
Noimi llMBp.m.; 3:40, 7:23 a.m
I Is it not true
Buying goods on credit is
largely a habit. If people
could not obtain credit
I they would find some way
f of paying dash.
I The best proof of this is
J found in tho case ot rail-
t road travel, People know
f if they do not pay Cash
f for their tickets they can-
not travel. AVhv should
it be more of a hardship ?
to pay Oash for Clothing f
! than to pay cash for rail- f
i road .tickets.
$ All that is necessary to bring ?
I cash buying, is laying low
for a week or two in order
1 to catch up.
People who buy goods on f
l credit are led into pur-
chasing goods they can
i get along without. In a
f this way they keep on i
Mortgaging their future. J
f The money earned to-day I
f goes to pay for the pur- s
, cnase oi yesteraay, wmle
k the purchase is a charge
t against ine earnings oi to- f
morrow. We prefer to f
cater for the cash trade we
i can alTqrd to sell goods m
f cheappr 4
Manager Dailcy Released.
San FnANCisco, March 25. Tho su
preme court Tuesday discharged W. E.
Dailcy, the theatrical manager, who
was imprisoned by Judge Murphy fop
persisting in producing "Tho Crime o
a Century," based upon tho crime of
Dun ant, at the Alcazar theater. The
court held that Judgo Murphy's aetiou
was an unwarranted infringement on.
the right of free speech.
The Nlcara.ua Canal mil.
Washington, March 25. Friday next
has been 6et apart for tho hearings onv
tho Nicaragua canal bill before this
houso committee on commcrco. Ex
Senator Warner Miller, of New York,
president of tho canal company, and.
members of the engineer commission
who visited Nicaragua last summer, aro
expected to appear.
More Aid for tho Cubans.
Nlw YoitK, March 25. A special dis
patch to the Recorder from Jackson
ville says: "The steamer Three Friends
will leavo Jacksonville some time be
fore morning with another cargo oi
arms and ammunition for tho Cuban
insurgents. Only last week tho Thrca
Friends returned from a successful fili
Minnesota for McKlulej-.
Minneapolis, Minn., March 25. In
tho convention hall wherein Rcnjamfn.
Ilarrison was nominated for tho presi
dency of tho United States, tho repub
licans of Minnesota declared unani
mously for Wm. McKinlcy, Ohio's fa-
orito son, as the next president of tho
United Stajtes. t
Killed Illni With a Scabbard.
Touonto, Ont., March 25. Frank and
John. Findlay(, brothers 'and'mbmbers
of a local cavalry regiment, whllo're
turning from drill Iato Tuesday night,
quarreled. John struck Frank on the
head with his scabbard, inflicting inju
ries resulting in his death, John hag
l'olltlcal Frlooncre to Be Shot.
IlAVANA, Mprch 25.--It is reported
h,ero that the rebel loajler", Maceo, Is In
Ing to the eastward. ' Two political
pris6ners whd'are"ndy confined in tha
Cabanas fortress will be shot th.is week.
'tajser Robbed- AlTjlTrnoardlng-s.
CHICAGO, Tarch 25. Christopher
Schragonn old rnJsor.7pyoars of age,
living in an pld scanty at 711 South
Jefferson6reet..was robbed of all his
jparfngs, Tugs4yi wntav! by.iw
robhew ivhojbbusa ndg-gged h,lB
whllo they 6c6redaU"of .h iyaftia..
thp prpvlnco ot Pinaj- del R,o', neaV b
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