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MARIETTA DAILY LEADER,
(VQL. II. ,2sTO. 81.
MARIETTA, OHIO,' SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1896.
PKIOE ONE CENT.
Destroyes Hair a Million Dol
lars' Worth of Property.
Ono Man Dead, Another Mashed and
Crippled, and Four Prostrated,
Tho1 Result of a Firo at Drunswlck, On.
Tho Property Destroyed Includes the
Wharf Property, Cotton Sheds,
Freight Warehouses, Etc.
Savannah, Ga., April 3. A special
received at 11 o'clock Thursday night
from Brunswick, Ga., says:
Tho flrp which commenced Thursday
morning at 11:30 o'clock and is now
burning, destroyed a half million dol
lars' worth of property, cost ono human
life, caused ono man to bo mashed and
crippled, and prostrated four men, who
aro suffering in vurloiis stages. Tho
dead man Is Night "Watchman Smith, of
tho Plant system, who died from apo
plexy, duo to oxcitcment. Tho injured
man lost a hand, his name is unknown.
Tho men prostrated aro Negroes.
Tho property destroyed includes tho
wharf property, cotton sheds, freight
warehouses, tracks, part of tho freight
in tho warehouses, etc., all belonging
to tho Plant system and comprises their
local terminal freight facilities,
a number of freight cars and
between 10,000 and 20,000 cross
tics, the property of N. Emanuel and
Jas. E. Broadhead of tho Plant system
dock9, 25,000 barrels of rosin; 1,000 bar
rels ol spirits turpentine; all the wharf
engines; wholesale grocery building;
grocery stock and warehouse buildings
of tho Downing company; Segues fish
house and various small fish and oyster
houses on the water edge of Bay
Un tho far side of Bay street tho firo
swept Bryesenlck's three-story brick
building, including tho machinery and
tho supply stock; tho offlco fur
nlturo of Broker Maxey and Lum
ber Dealer I'adrossa; tho re
tail dry goods store of Colin,
tho wholesale grocery and liquor stock
of R. V. Douglass" tho wholesale liquor
stock of Tobias Newman; tho Metro
politan saloon and tho stock of T. New
man. All of these were in a block of
five brick buildings; tho wholesalo
warehouses of Hoyt Hardware Co.;
tho three-story Oceairhotel.
Extendinjjup'Monk street tho retail
storo of tho lloyt Hardware Con was
burned and Bear's two warehouses full
i.1 goods. Across Clonic street tho Haas
Liquor Co. and tho ico depot. On Bay
The Latest Spring Styles in
Men's and Boys' Clothing,
And at Prices far below anything ever
offered before in this city.
An All-Wool Oassimere Suit in
Steol Gray, Light Gray and Fancy
Mixtures, sewed throughout' with
silk and trimmed in best possible
manner. Well worth $10.00.
Our Easter Price
In All wool Black and Blue Oliev
iots and Oassimeres. In plain
colors and stylish, Fancy Patterns;
sizes from 12 to 19 years.
Our Easter Price
LATEST STYLES MEN'S
Jen's Pants in Gray and Black
Men's Pants in tho new Spring
Oassimeres and Scotches, regularly
1 An elegant assortment of Men's Dress Oassimere and Worsted
Pants, faultless in fit; ancl tailor-made, regularly sold fdr $5,50.
, Our Easter Price $4.00
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We have just received a fresh new line of J?aker Neckwear. All
the leading shapes Four in, Ilahds, Tecks, Olub House Ties and
Bows in tho new Spring Patterns catchy styles.
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The latest and nobbiest styles in Stiff and Alpine Hats. Wo handle
the, Knox, JDunlap and. Miller styles,
JVb trotilla to .ihov? goods. Give us a trial.
3or, Front and-Butlor sts,,
Btroet,,irom, worn: strove "up, mo nrp
swept llerzpg's brick building used as
a rotall dry'goods store;. Illrsch's whole
salo and retail liquor store, sovcral
smaller stores nnd two empty stores,
all in a block of brick buildings.
In tho Sonnto to Establish a Uniform ring
' for tho Army and Navy.
Washington, April 3. In tho senate
Thursday Mr. Sherman introduced a
bill to regulato tho uso of a unl form
flap in tho nrmv and navv. Its nronor-
ttons and tho location of tho stais in,
tho bluo field. Tho flag proposed is to
bo used on and after July 4, 1000. ' The
arrangement of tho stars is as follows:
Threo in each corner and a central star
around which shall bo entwined a suf
ficientinumbcr of stars so that tho total
number in tho bluo field will repre
sent tho total number of states. Tho
bill sets out that tho twelve stars
in tho four corners end tho one in tho
center represents tho 13 original states,
according to their geographical loca
tion on the map, assuming tho top of
tho field to be north, and tho other
states aro represented in the circle of
stars in the order in which 'they were
admitted into tho union, placing tho
oldest states nearest tho center. The
idea carried out in this bill is that of
Mr. Alonzo Mather, of Chicago.
County Treasurer Suicides.
Lincoln, Neb., April 3. Two boys
hunting ducks on Salt creek, near tho
6tate .penitentiary building, threo miles
from tho city early Thursday evening,
found tho dead body of a man in tho
weeds on tho bed of tho creek. It
proved to bo that of Maxoy Cobb,
treasurer of this (Lancaster) county.
Ho had committed suicide, presumably
Jby taking poison, ns there were no
marks of violence. This is tho tragic
sequel to tho treasury shortago of
nearly 510,000, which developed last
week and for which Cobb was held re
sponsible. Human Urnln Photographed.
PiTisnunaii, April 3. Prof. G. O.
Ogden, of tho Central high school, has
Successfully photographed, with tho
Roentgen rays and Crooks' tube, tho
human brain, and located a tumor near
the base of it. Tho woman who was
tho subject in tho case, has been suffer
ing for somo timo with a tumor. It is
likely that tho doctors may be able to
successfully operate on her and remove
Washington, April' 3. Tho senate'
Thursday confirmed tho following
nominations: Postmasters Ohio T.
A. Weger, Delphos. Illinois T. G.
Boyer, Altamont. Indiana Jesso M.
This selection includes all the
exquisite new patterns in Yelvour
Oassimeres, Ribbed "Worsteds,
Black, Blue and Fancy Tweeds in
Sack or Froek; lined with best
double warp Serge and Italian
Cloth. Equal to, any thing hereto
fore seen in the city for $15 00
Our Easter Price
Boys Fine Suits
Made of Fancy Ohaviots, Gala
shields and hard Twisted, service
able Tweed Oloths.
In Combination Suits:
Ooat, Wo pairs of panls (double
kriee and seat) and cap to match.
Our Easter Price
PANTS FOR SPRING-
Cheviot, well-made, a real $2.00
Our Easter Price $1.9$
Patterns, stripes and checks in
sold for $3.75.
Our Easter Price $2,75,
. . OldT. 0. Building.
Regrets That He is So Poorly
Prepared for yar. '
Also That His Military Education Had
Beon Sadly Neglected in His Youth.
Concludes That Ho Will Not Oo to"Wr,
11 tit, M'U Whilo Away Ills Hours at; Ills
Alexandria Summer Jtesort-ir.ord
Cromer Opposes nn Invasion.
Nnw York, April 3. A special to tho
Herald from Cairo says: Tho demand
for War news hero is so great that
every ovenitig there aro fresh rumors
of attacks and reverses somewhoro up
tho Nile. The movement of the troops
at this point has about ceased, though
recruiting and forced enlistment go on
vigorously. Tho officers of the Con
naught rangers have been given a fare
well dinner hi anticipation of an early
Your correspondent has interviewed
tho khedivc. no said he took great in
terest in this Upper Nile campaign,
though ho was sorry that it was so sud
denly forced upon Egypt that duo
preparations could not be made, no re-
grotted that his military education had
not been concluded when he was called
to succeed his father. His highness
thought that there were now over 10,000
Egyptian and English troops between
Assouan and Akashch. He asked about
tho Japanese nrmy nnd navy and
showed a deep interest In all that was
told him. When something was baid
about his Soudanese troops being offi
cered by English, he expressed great
confidence in thorn. His highness will
shortly go to the Alexandria resort for
Tito discussion in tho house of com
mons on Lord Cromer's attitude toward
tho Dongola expedition can bo easily (
answered from here. From the outset
tho British representative has disap
proved of the movement. Ho did not
advise it and his opinion was not
sought. Ho believes that the revenues
of Lgypt should bo used for relieving The steel steamers built were 0 of 12,
nnd improving tho country and not in 310 tons of which 2, of 7,004 tons were
rc-conque'ring territory not needed at built on tho great lakes. Forty-eight
present. He fears that all his financial wooden sailing vessels of Q.0S0 ton,
labors will bo lost Ho is, however, J were built on tho Atlantic and gulf
giving the expedition his hearty sup- coasts, and 20 wooden steam vessels of
port now that it has been entered upon. 3,312 tons wero built on western rivers.
British military men hero express
contempt for tho hostile face of Franco
toward the policy of England up tho
Nile and regard her as pitifully unablo
to grapple Lord Salisbury's diplomacy.
The dervishes aro gathering in
strcngtli for offensive action, and at
tho war oflico Friday afternoon tho
opinion was frequently expressed that
tho situation at the front is growing
serious. There is a feeling that tho
advancing column is entirely inade
quate. REPORTED TO THE HOUSE.
The Rivers nnd Harbors Appropriation Hill
for tho Fiscal Year.
Washington, April 3. The rivers and
harbors appropriation bill for the com
ing fiscal year was Friday reported to
the house by Mr. Hooker (rep., N. Y.)
chairman of tho river and harbor com
mittee. Among tho principal allow
ances for harbors aro the following:
Tonawanda harbor, N. Y., 550,000;
Erie harbor, Pa., ro-survoy ordered;
ship channel, Galveston bay, Tex., S50,
000; Sabino Pass, Tex., S50.000.
Contracts authorized to complete, not
to exceed n1,403,850.
Ashtabula, O., 850,000 of which S10,
000 is for the construction of breakwa
ters. Ilarbor at Black Uivcr, O., S20.000.
Harbor at Cleveland, O., SSO.000, to
bo used for extension of breakwater
and repair and rebuilding of piers and
breakwater and widenin'g and extend
ing the channel between tho piers and
in tho outer harbor. Contracts author
ized for tho completion of these pro
jects, to cost not exceeding 51,354,000.
Fairport Ilarbor, 0 830,000; San
dusky, O., 840,000; Toledo, O., for
straight channel through Maumeo bay,
8150,000; Conneant, O., 840,000; outer
harbor at Michigan City, Ind., 870,000;
inner harbor, 870,000; Calumet, harbor,
Now Line From Pittsburgh to Youngs
town. Pittsburgh, Pa., April 3. Two en
gineering corps aro engaged in survey
ing a route for a first-class railroad to
bo constructed between Pittsburgh and
Youngstown, 0. Ono corps is headed
by Engineer Holbrook, formerly gen
eral superintendent of the Pittsburgh
& Lake Erio road. The other is in charge
of Engineer Patterson. Tho now road,
it is said, will parallel tho Pittsburgh.
& Lake Erie railway. It is stated that
Senator Calvin S. Brico and Sonatpr
Wm. Flinn, of Pittsburgh, aro back of
tho movement, which has not as yet
been regularly incorporated. Work of
construction will begin within a year.
A Holler Explosion.
Pittsburgh, Pa., April 3. Early Fri
day morning u boiler exploded at ono
of the Forest Oil Qo.'s oil wells on tho
Thornburg farm in Robfnson township,
llvo miles from Pittsburgh. Engineer
W;. S. Thomas was blown a 100 feet,
both rms and bothle being broken.
Ho received a terrible gnsli in tho abdo
men and was badly scalded. lie will
die. John B, Beck; coal hauler, was
also serf oifsly injured, but nav recover;
Over pressures of steam was thb pauso of
Eabtos, Pa. April 3.Tho ropub
Hcana'of. Hho'Eiglita.cbngresslosal rdis
trict Friday elMfeed'Geh.-Fr'antfHeeaer
onrt -T AT T-l-oJoTWT-.1Tii '.J 1 Hi-
fi t, IiQH!
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INSANE MAN SHOI
Uy a Mob, Who Wero In Pursuit of Hltn,
Near Elliott, HI.
Elliott, 111., April 3. John Frank
lin, of Fort Recovery, O., an insane
man, met a tragic death near this place
Thursday. Ho and his wife wero on
their' way from Ohio to St. Louis on a
Lake Erie train, and when they reached
Bloomlngton Wednesday night Mrs.
Franklin was taken sick nnd they
determined to return to Fort Re
covery. At two o'clock Thursday
morning Franklin leaped from tho
east bound Lake Erie train, nftar Hold
er, whilo tho train was at full speed.
Tho train was stopped and held for
two hours whilo a vain search was
made for Franklin. Mrs. Franklin
left tho train at Holder and found her
husband. They resumed their eastward
journey Thursday and at 10 a.m., whilo
tho train was pulling out of this
place, Franklin fell from tho steps of a
car, striking his hcatl on a railway tie.
He jumped to his feut and declared
that a mob was pursuing him wanting
to kill him. Ho then fied across tho
country pursued by a crowd, llo was
pursued by an increasing mob five
hours. During this time ho ".stood oft."
his pursuers by firing at them with a
He entered a farmer's stable, took-n
horse and fied on its back. A few miles
further on ho changed this horse for
another. He was finally stopped by a
barb wire fence corner and some ono
in tho pursuing party shot him with a
shotgun loaded with slugs, wounding
him in the knee and face. His leg was
amputated and at six o'clock ho died.
The affair caused tho most intense ex
citement. The whole country was in
pursuit, afoot or horseback and in
Total Number of Now Vessels During the
Last Quarter, 13 I.
Washington, April :i. During tho
last quarter the total'number of vessels
built and documented in tho United
States was 124, of '28,170 tons as com
pared with 12S vessels of 20,030
tons for the previous quarter.
Of tho vessels built during the last
quarter 05 were sail and 30 steam,
Ilurglar Wounded anil Captured.
BRiDor.TO??, N. J., April 3. Charles
Filer, a notorious outlaw, in attempt
ing to rob the postoflico at Shiloh at
midnight Thursday night, started tho
burglar alarm, which is connected with
the residence of Postmaster Tomlinson.
Mr. Tomlinson and his sons hurried to
tho oflico and pursued tho burglar,
who fled. They shot and wounded him
in the arm, side and hip, captured and
brought hltn to the county jail at three
o'clock Friday morning. Filer has
served several terms in tho state prison
Arms Distributed Among tho llocrs.
Loxdox, April 3. A dispatch to tho
Central News from Capo Town says
that 2,000 rifles wero sent from Johan
nesburg to 1'retoris on Saturday last
and, together with ammunition, wero
issued on Sunday to Boers and every
officer. This distribution of arras
caused the wildest rumors, but tho
general opinion is that tho arms were
given out as a provision against possi
ble developments in tho Metabele ris
ing. Herbert Appears Before tho Committee.
Washington, April 8. Secretary
Herbert appeared before tho senato
committee on naval aitairs Friday
morning, tho ommitteo now having
under consideration tho naval appro
priation bill. It Is believed tills bill
will bo reported by tho middle of next
week. Tho number of battleships pro
vided for by the house will, it is said,
bo left undi,stux-bed.
Another Victim of the Explosion.
Greenville, Miss., April s. As a re
sult of Tuesday's disastrous boiler ex
plosion at Planter's Oil mill, another
body was found Thursday morning,
that of Harry Calhoun, an aeronaut,
who had gone to the mill to secure a
valvo for his balloon. This swells the
list of the dead to six.
Washington, colored, horribly scalded,
will probably die.
Bessemer Steel Manufacturers Organize.
New Yorit, April 3. Representatives
of very nearly all tho loading manufac
tories of Bessemer steol in 'the United
States mot Thursday at tho ilotel Wal
dorf in this city and formed themselves
into an association or combination to
regulato and protect tho business.
A 84,000,000 Custom House at New York.
Washington, April 3. The house
commltteo on public buildings and
grounds Friday upauhnously ordered a
favorablo. ropqrt to bo made on Repre
sentative Quigg's InlUo Iniild a 84,000,
000 custom house in Now York on thb
sito of tho present buildijng.
Turned Over to Jersey Authorities.
Philadelphia, April 8. John Rech,
tho self-confessed murderer of his al
leged wife, Tiesslo Weaver, nt Estell
ville, N. J.,' "was turned over to tho Now
Jersoy authorities 'and taken to May's
An Assignment at Muskegon, Mich.
Muskegon, Mich. ,. April 8. The Kol
loy Bros'. Manufacturing Co. Friday
morning filed mortgages to tho amount
ofS3!,ppq. Tho factory Is located In
Muskegon Heights and does fine inte
rior finish' and cabinet work, employ
ing S50 hands.
jHoop Factory Burned.
Saoivawv-' 'MloH.,' April 3. Barber
ondnBrlitolB Hoop Co.'s factory was
burflyi;,JErday morning,; Tier?, aro
strong, MJepiws oi,in,cen,diairiw,,ThQ
losa is about JM.OOO; insurance 110.000,
A cream of tartar Unking Powder. Highest
of all In leavening strength Lateit Untleo
States Government Food Report.
Boyal LiAitiNO pownr.n Co . 1C0 Wall St.,N.1
Bow and Interesting Happening Wlthlij
TotTlilc Wind and Snow Storm Visits Cleve
land, O. Two Fatalities.
Ci.evki.ani), O., April 3. The fiercest
blizzard of the winter struck Cleveland
Thursday morning and raged with in
creasing furyjall day. Thursday night
tho wind, accompanied by a denso fall
of whirling, blinding snow, reached a
velocity of 52 miles an hour.
Street railway tiavel at times has
been at a standstill and many lines
have been forced to suspcud operations.
Two accidents hauc been repoi ted. In
front of tho city hall Thmsday even
ing, a man who refused to givo his
name, blinded by tho snow, whilo at
tempting to cross tho sticet, was
knocked down by a cable car and se
veicly hurt. Richard Frank, of 1313
Lockycar, a printer, was struck by a
cable car which the btorm prevented
him from seeing. Roth legs wero
crushed and were amputated at Huron
Etreot hospital. At many spots the
snow diifts reached a height o about
p ecuOar accide n t.
A Vfngnn Struck by a Train Kill a l!y
stamlcr, Hut tho Urltcr j;m.ipci Serluus
Massii.lo.v, O., April :s. Iii passing
over tho Ft. Wayne tracks at North
Lawience, just, before noon Friday a
Ma&sillou brewery ti uck, driven by
Charles Matthews was stiuck by a
west-bound express No 9, and com
pletely demolished. Matthews escaped
but the wiccked wagon struck Moes
Farmer, a coal miner, standing near
by, and instantly killed him.
no was bleeding profusely from tho
mouth nnd nose when picked up. He
leaves bevcu children. Ono of his boys,
was fatally burned in a Daltou mine
explosion not loug ago.
IN LARGE GRAIN MARKETS
Uiiguti Oliln Crop Koports Are Urlng !5x
Coi.umhus, O., April 3. Secretary
Miller, of the state board of agricul
ture, has discovered that forged crop
reports, purporting to emanate from
his olllcc, aro being circu
lated in the large grain mar
kets to influenco pi ices. Ho issued
no crop report for March.yet a bulletin
was circulated at Chicago bearing his
1 name, and he is informed that, a copy of
au alleged ciop report Is now circulat
ing at Chicago and Toledo. He has not
yet compiled the April report and has
not all the data for it collected.
Vardoned by the Governor.
Coi.uiinus. O. Anril 3. Gov. Rush-
noil has pardoned Phillip nans, sent up
for manslaughter iu 1891 from Scioto
county. Ho was serving a 12-years'
sentence. Also, Homer M. Seigler,
sent up for an unnatural crime from
Defiance county, and Lottie Hyman, a
bigamist. Earl Smith, who was doing
time for aiding a prisoner to cscapo,
had his sentence commuted to ono year.
Trial by Court-SIartlal.
Coi.umiius, O., April 3. A favorable
report has been made by tho senato
military committee upon Shryock's bill,
wl,lil, tTl-la tiflflnnnl irnnrrl ,,fllrrtra
when arraigned for having caused tho
death of members of a mob or by
slanders, tho privilege of being tried by
Smallpox llepnrtnd at Zaiiesvlllo.
Cor.UMnus. O., April 3. Health Offi
cer Suttbn. in a disnatch from Zancs-
' vlllo to' Secretary Probst, of tho stato
board of health, says one patient died
thoro of smallpox Thursday night and
, another new case lias developed, to
great numbers have beon cx-
Itavenge of Tramps.
Sandusky, O.. April 3. Three tramps
who were ejected from a Lake Shore
freight train near hero Thucsday, took
revenge upon tho railroad company by
sotting firo to some cars on a siding,
I Threo empty box cars wero entirely de
stroyed anq somo others damaged.
Tho Tarrena UlU.
CoLminus, Q., April a, The, hewstp
foro, muph-talkcd of, Torrcns land act
has finally made its appcaranco in tho,
1 6enaie, ucn, uaric appearing as Its
J sponsor. It is laty in tho isc'ssionj b,ut
ho will make i strong ouort to goi tlio
The AVii-Lyuchlng UlU.,
Columbus. O., April 3. Representa
tive, Smith's, nntMy,nciDfff.bjn, vyjlcb
mm passed 1110, House, nas been ,re.cpm
sended('for passage by the. senato ju
The Ilogors UlllPavses.
Columbus, O., April 3, Tho hou
'Thursday aftoruoon passed the Rogers
bill. This t measure, gives the, street
stiliwHyn is yw-jyr hsucuihii ,
Arrival and Departure of Train
n. & o. s.w.
Dhpaht 0:00 a. m iomo a. m., 2:00 rm t'.IS
p. m.. 7:00 p.m., n:25 p.m.
AiuuTc 8-05 a. m., 8:10 a. m , 12:25, p. ra 4:85
p. m., Oiio, p. ra., 8:55 p. m.
T. & O.C. EX.
Leave 2.ib p. m.. 9:00, 4:to a.n
Arrivk i2:so, 7: 88 j m. J Ca m
C. &, M.
Leave 8:25 a.m. 2:55 p. ns
Aiuuvjt hub a.m., 7:05 p m
Leave.., 6:20a.m., 2:10 p. n
AmiiYE 10:40 a.m., 5:65 p. m
O. R. It. U. (Eastern Timo.)
Spurn 10:25, 2:50 a m ; 7:'0p. m
Noivrn 11:15 p.m.; 3:10, 7:28 a. m
We are right
good people for
you to know
when you want
to buy a new
We keep the
I well, and at the
4 prices that will
meet your ap-
4 proval; not only
I all thi but will
I take your
I Periodical Tickets
f Just the same.
Col. AdaniB Arrested In England.
Chicago, April 8,, A telegram was
received hero Thursday by Wm. A.
Pinkerton announcing tho arrest at
Southampton, Eng., of Matt Adams,
tho defaulting district clerk of Denver.
Col. Adams fled from Denver November
20 last with about 875,000 which he had
stolen from the county and from hla
Opposed to Freo Colnago of Silver.
Pittsburgh, Pa., April 3. Tho cham
ber of commerce adopted a resolution
declaring its belief that tho freo coin
ngo of silver is in tho way for a revival
of confidence and business prosperity
and demanding a gold standard.
An Killtor Commits Suicide.
Philadelphia, April 3. Thomas
Wharton, a member of tho editorial
staff of tho Philadelphia Times, com
mitted suicide Friday morning by jump
ing from tho fourth-story window of
his boarding house, 004 Spruco street.
Ho was 30 years of ago and is believed
to have been suffering from temporary
Senator Voorhecs Much Bettor,
Washington, April 3. Senator D. W.
Yoorhees, of Indiana, who has been
confined to his homo for some timo by
Illness, was reported as much better
Friday. No immediate danger is ap
prehended. Cirargcd" Willi TSouuterf citing.
Columbus, O., April 3. Thomas All
man, a prominent young man of Zancs
villo. p., wasarrestcd thoro Thursday
night on tho chargo of counterfeiting
and brought here. A full outfit of tools
for counterfeiting silver coin was found
in his houso.
, Gas Well Catches Fire.
SuoAn Grove, O., April S. The largo
gas well on the Hammond farm, about
two miles from here; caught fire from
tho regulator-house. No ono was In
jured. The, well has a pressure of 760
pounds to tho square inch, and made a
Lleat. Lukcr's Name Stricken Off.
Coi,umuus, O., April 3. Adj. Gen.
Axline has, ordered tho name of Ibsnry
J. Luker, first lieutenant Company D,
First infantry, Cincinnati, struck from
tho rolls, on account of unexplained, ab
tenco, for, throe months.,
Po; tho Ohio University,
Columbus, O., April 3j Mr. Faloon'
bill, authorising the. trustees, of tia
Ohio university to exDODd S60.000 for
bullc'lnga id anticipation of tho taxlevjr
has passedJthe'sen&t& " "
Oov.'HushneU Issues a Ko(ulsltlon- ii
Columbus, O.'.-AprlK'a. Gov. Bush
Bell TKuraiivy feeti; A' rwiuti6ier K ' '