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MARIETTA DAILY LEADER.
VOXj. II. NO. 98.
MARIETTA, OHIO, FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1896.
PRICE ONE CENT.
! For Sectarian Schools is the Pol
icy of the Senate.
The Appropriations Are Increased
From $1,135,000 to $1,835,000
,For tho Support of Day and .Industrial
School! for Indian Children Future
Payment for Education of Papooses
In Sectarian Schools Prohibited.
Washington, April 23. In tho sen
ates Wednesday tho discussion of tho
question of sectarian schools for Indian
children was continued for a couple of
hours. It ended in tho adoption of tho
amendment offered by Mr. Cockrcll. of
Missouri. Tho bill as It camo.irom tho
house, appropriated $1,185,000, increased
by the senate to 81,335,000, for support
of day and industrial schools for In
dian children. This appropriation
was accompanied, however, by
a provision absolutely prohibit
ing1 future payment for education of
Indian children in sectarian schools.
Mr. Cockrell's amendment was a sub
stitute for tho provision, declaring that
It is "tho settled policy of tho govern
ment to make no appropriations what
ever for tho education of Indian chil
dren in any sectarian school just as
soon as It is possible for provision to(
1)0 mado for thoir education other-'
wise." It also provided that tho
secretary of the interior may mako
contracts with present contract schools
during tho fiscal year 1897 to half the
amount used for tho llscal year 1800.
This amendment was agreed to yeas,
38; nays, 24. Tho remainder of tho day
was used in discussion of various mat
ters in connection with Choctaws.Chor
okecs, Creeks and "Squaw men." With
out finishing tho bill, tho senate ad
journed until Thursday.
Commissioner IJva Ilootb.
St. Louis, April 23. Commissioner
Eva Booth inspected tho various bar
racks of tho local Salvation army Wed
nesday and gavo a farewell address to
the warriors Wednesday afternoon.
Wednesday night sho left for New
York on her way to England. Sho will
return in a few weeks to assume her
duties as commander of tho army in
British America and thoprovinces.wlth
Kov. "Alliert Diaz Released.
Havana, April 23. Rov. 'Alborl
Diaz, tho American Baptist missionary,
and his brother, Alfred, who were lasi
week arrested, have been set at liber
ty but have been ordered, to leavo the
country before tho expiration of sis
days.f rom tho time of their release.
The Buckeye's tat v Trade
la the result of satisfying the public, The buyers are tho 'best adver
tisers of what the Buckeye is doing in the way of setting
the prices in the clothing business in Marietta.
This Season Strongest Bargains.
We place on sale this week Men's' strictly all wool suits in Chevi
ots, Oassimeres, Homespuns and Vicunas at - hjn yfr
worth $13.00. WV.IU,
Also to rnal?,e this sale one to be long remembered we will sell a
strictly alLwool black Olay Worsted suit, color and material guaran
teed, at the matchless price of . - - - 7))
worth $10.00. SI.UU,
Our Children's Department is overilowing with nev novelties in
suits for the little fellows, comprising the latest styles of Junior, Ju
venile, Columbia's Middies and Wash suits. Oome .and see our ele
gant assortment. See how the
ii nnfl JnuiavoJ tha atnnrlnvrl.
UHJIVltf HI. WWWI WW ...V WVM...VVV. W
Spring Suits you have an interest
Double Breasted knee-pants suits (ages 4 to 14) in good substan
tial Union Oassimere at - - - - ri ri
Little Boys' Keefer, Junior and Blouse suits in all the "Now Spring
Fabrics, handsomely braided and in the best $5.00 value; also Clays,
Serges, Scotches, etc;, the Buckeye's Price - rt o jc
Finest and most perfect-fitting
19) in all-wool Oassimeres and Cheviots, lined with Italian Serge or
good farmer tsaun, tne i$ucKeye's
With everv nurchaso in our Children's Dennrtmant nf n niiilrPH
ICc ',. -i J--- o - . Ml
i' duig ior yti.ov or over we win give
Our StraW Hats
Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers,
k Cor. Front and Butler sts.,
.alVa g. crabtree
Nominated by tho Ohio Prohibitionists for
Secretary of State.
FlNDLAY, O., April 23. Wednesday
afternoon tho prohibition convention
nominated tho following state ticket;
Secretary of state, Alvln Crabtree, of
,7udgo of superior court, M. B. Chase,
Dairy and food commissioner, Jo'seph
Lovo, of Coshocton county.
r Board of public works, Charles E.
IloiT, of Hamilton.
Electbrs at largo, Q. W. Ball, of
Knox county,' und J. W. Pen field, o
Kino delegates at largo and nine al
ternates wore then elected to tho na
tional convention at Pittsburgh, aftot
which tho convention, at 0 o'clock, ad
journod sine die.
Opening of'tEoWclIarid Canal.'
Ottawa, Oht., April 23. Tho depart
ment of railways and canals has sent
out notifications that efforts aro being
mado to havo tho Wolland canal opened
as soon as possible, but that it is feared
it "can not bo got ready before May 1.
Knocked Out In Two Rounds.
Memphis, Tonn., April 23. Kid Mc
Coy, champion middlo weight of Amer
ica, knocked out Prof. Frank Boswortb
hero Wednesday in loss than two
rounds. It was about as one-sided at
affair as could havo been gotten up.
The Ohio Man Indorsed.
Nashville, Tenn., April 23. Tho ro
publican convention, hold hero Wed
ncsday, indorsed McKinloy for presi
dent and elected delegates. II. Claj
Evans was indorsed for vico president
Voted for Kow Roads.
Bloominqton, Ind.,' April 23. Piki
elections wero hold in fivo different
townships, at which eight differen'
roads wero votcd-forby majorities fron
one to 200. Tho combined cost of tin
improvement will reach S100,000.
Tommy Dixon Defeats Johnny Lnvack
Lono Island Citv, April 23. Tommj
Dixon, of St. Paul, defeated .Tohnnj
Lavack. of Cleveland, O., in a 20 round
bout at the Eureka Athletic club Wed
Will Improve Roth Harbors.
Washington, April 23. Tho senate
committee on commerce Thursday af
ternoon settled tho dispute between
tho outer harbor at Santa Monica and
tho inner harbor at San Pedro. Cal,, by
voting to improve both harbors.
Ex-Fcnlan Casey Dead.
Dublin, April 23. J. S. Casey, an ex
fenian, who in 187S was sentenced to
fivo years' imprisonment for treason,
died at Mitchellstown, County Cork,
Cincinnati, April 23. Tho Reds and
Clovelands postponed their Thursday
ball gamo and wilUclose the series Fri
Buckeye has raised the standard of
nf nvi.r.n. tTiftrftfnrfi ifvmirhnvs nftfifl
V, J. VWV, - -w- w- j -
in the Buckeye.
Eoys' Xong Pant? Suits faces 13 to
rnce - -
1- ... ' :
gratis one wagon as appears in
are now Open.
. Old P. O. Building.
THE THIRD DAY
Of the Trial of Jackson for the
Ft. Thomas Murder.
Doctors Agree Pearl Was Alive When
Her Head Was Severed.
Also That tho Murder Was Committed on
tho Spot Where tho Ilody Was Discov
ered Damaging Testimony filed
Up Against tho Accused.
Newport, April S3. Wednesday attornoon
dentist Glllosplo, ot Groencastto, Ind , was
called. Tho examination (or the prosecution
was conducted by Attorney Hays, of Green
castle, who has been employed by tho family
to assist la prosecuting tho murdorcrs of Pearl
Dr. Glllcsplo identified, scleral let
ters written to him by Scott Jack
son. Uo testified to seeing Jackson with
Pearl Dryan frequently In Grccncnitle.
Ono day Jackson came to the witness und suld
bo was In aureat deal of trouble over Pearl
and wanted to know what to do. Witness told
him ho had better marry her; he laid ho could
nevpr do that. That was about fivo days be
foro Jaokson returned to Cincinnati during the
Mayor Caldwell, ot Clnclnntl, was then called '
and narrated tho statements Jackson had
uiuuu lu uiiti uuur ilia urruab, uu u wuiuu una
During tho timo tho mayor was detailing
tho story of Scott 'Jackson's arrost and
tho prlvato interview which ho nnd Chief
Doltsch had with tho pilsoncr im
mediately after his arrost, tnero was not a
sound heard In tho courtroom save tho mayor's
voice, the ticking of tho big clock on tbo west
wall of tbo courtroom and tho occasional grat--lng
ot a knife blado and a reporter's dulled
pencil. Tho mayor spoko slowly and deliber
ately. Dr. J. O. Jonktns was tho nctt and last wit
ness called for tho day. Ho stated that lie was
a practicing physician nnd surgeon In Now
port, Ky., whero be bad lived for 15 years, and
that bo assisted the coronor nnd other phy
sicians in tho post-mortem examination on
tho body of tho woman found near Tort
Thomas, being present as a spectator and in
vestigator. Ho recited at length tho findings ot tho ex
amination, stating the condition of tho vari
ous parts of tho body. In all ot which ho cor
roborated the tacts brought out by tho testi
mony of Dr. Tlngley and Dr. Carothcrs
Newport, ICy., April S3. Court oponcd at
0:32 Thursday morning. After tho prisoner
was brought Into tho courtroom. Health Officer
J. O. Jenkins was cross examined by Attorney
Tho cuts on tho hand would not Indicate that
.the head was cut off during llfo not strictly,"
"the wltnoss said. Tho cuts on Pearl Bryan's
hands wero found slightly open, and the pros
ecution, through Dr. Carothers and Coroner
Tlngley, assert that this condition proved tho
girl was alive when her bead was severed. Tho
object of Craw fold's cross-examination was to
"Doos the skin contract after death, causing
wounds to open" he asked.
"Yes," was tho answer.
"What Is tho effect of rlgoi mortis?"
"The muscles aro rendered tenso by rigor
mortis." said Dr, Jenkins.
He said that rigor mortis had passed off In
the caso of Pearl Dryan's body beforo tho au
topsy.and If rigor mortis had passed away there
could bo a retraction of tho skin Thcro aro
some circumstances, 03 poison action, excos
slvo bodily beat or cold, watery condition ot
blood vessels. lack of oxygen, and
thero may bp other conditions, that
might cause suspension ot coagula
tion of blood in the tody after
death. Tbo drugs aro chlorine and carbonic
acid. It Is an undccldod jjuostlon If chloro
form would causo a suspcnslpn of coagulation.
Cblorofvm kills' by paralyzing the heart. It
suspends tbo contraction of tbo smaller arter
ies and tissues. Dr. Jenkins said there was
possibly two pounds of blood in tho body when
the autopsies were made. This showed that
about eight pounds or pints bad flowed out.
On redirect examination Dr, Jenkins said
that In the autopsies no abnormal condition
of 'any part of the body was found. Np sign
of any disease that might retard the coagula
tion of the blood was found. An Incision In a
dead body may cause the wound to gape, but
not the skin, tho latter being the case In tho
wounds on Pearl Bryan's neok and band.
The doctor said that In tho autopsy no sign
ot any drug was found In the body that would
have a tendenoy to retnrd coagulation, but
chloroform evaporates very Quickly.
The prosecution said that Dr. F.W. Flshbaok
would be the last physician they would put on
the stand. He assisted In the autopsy on Pearl
Bryan's body. Tbo bead had evidently been
cutoff by a knife, passing from left to right.
It was a clean cut, but for evidence ot hacking
on tbo vertebrm. He snld the blood clot In tbo
pulmonary artery was four Inches from the
heart Tha other doctor said one loch. Oth
erwlsehe corroborated tbo testimony ot the
He said if the, head was out off bofore tbo
heart ceased to controot the blood would be
drained from tbo body completely. If cut oft
five minutes after death the blood would leavo
only by gravitation.
CoL Nolson asked the witnesj what tho
blood spattered on the privet bushes would in
dicate. Crawford objected to the broad man
ner In which the question was asked.
Judge Helm put the question.'' Dr. Flshback
said the spurting came from a live bpdy. Tbo
cross.-exnmlQOttpn then began.
or.- Msrrs.icircu'atrnmciea jenxins on ror
oral technical points regarding tho coagula
tion of bjood.
A bunch of white wild flowers Svero on Judgo
Helm's bench when ho opened court at 2
o'clock Thursday afternoon Tho Judge con
sulted a law book several mlnufcs and Com
monwealth attorney Loskbart stepped for
ward and talued with tho Judge. Neither At
torney Crawford nor bis client, Scott Jackson,
Wben CoL Crawford came ho also had a prl
vnto conversation with Judpo Holm.
Tho court said: "1 understand that tai
prosecution has decided not to present argu
ments." "Yes, sir."
Speaking to tho Jurors, the court said:
"Judgo Caldwell Wednesday said certain
things that Alonro Wulllng told In tho pros
enceot Scott Jackson. You aro to determine
by the ovldcnco that 111 be odored whethoi
Jackson by his conduct admitted on that oc
casion tho truth of Wallirc's charges. Thai
The points Involved In this decision, as
shown by Minor t'aldvrcU'a testimony, arc
Walllng's nsci lions that Jaokson told hlrt
Poarl Dryan as In trouble, that ho wanted ta
poison her, and that to would cut her body to
Edgar Schofleld was thoMlrst, witness called
by tho prosecution at trie Jlternooa session of
tho court. Ho testllled to Tjclng the agent by
whom, tho stomach of Pearl Dryan and Its
contents wero taken to Dr. W, 1. Crane, In
Dr W. D Litter, of poar T.ccsborough, Ky.,
followed Dr. Schofleld. 'le know Scott Jaekson
for six months prior to his arrost, and not
very wolL The acquaintance was begun at
his room In Cincinnati, and ho saw Uttlo
of nlin. Ho was present nt a conversation be
tncon Jackson and Walling about tho effects
of cocaine In tho two prisoners' room. This
was about ten days before tho llndlng of tho
body. Tho witness was passing tho room
and Jackson called him in. Jackson sail
that he liad claimed that one grain of cocaine
In a gramme of water would havo tho same ef
fect us tho samo amount In one-halt gramme,
and Wulllng claimed It would not, and they
wanted the witness' opinion. Tho witness
said that It was hW opinion it v-ould
Mrs. Ilryan, Pearl's mother, was tho next
Sho testllled to tho fact that Scott Jackson
had been a frequent caller at her home In
Greoncastlo and often took Pearl out riding In
n buggy, faho identified tho clothing on ex
hibition as that of her daughter
Wife Murderer StUelrir.
Nasmvii.i.i:, Tenn., April 'J:3. John
Phillips, of this city, a Ncpro who de
capitated his wife on November 19,
189."), nnd (or whom the police have been
diligently searching and offering re
wards for his capturo, was found dead
under peculiar circumstances Wednes
day. A visit to his former home re
vealed the fact that the fiend had com
mitted, suicide by taking a liberal
quantity qf morphine, his body being
found in the attic. The discovery was
the result of the horrible stench which
attracted attention to the hovel.
Found rioatlnp; In tho Lake.
Chicago, April 2.3. Tho mysterious
disappearance of Patrick O'Donncll, a
wholesale and retail butcher, who had
been mining forxseveral weeks, was
cleared up Thursday morning when
his body was found floating in the lake
at tho foot of Twelfth street. It is sup
posed O'Donnell committed suicide
while his mind was deranged through
sitting up at nights caring for a sick
baby. O'Donncll was very wealthy,
his fortune being estimated at nearly
one million dollars.
Two Sots of Delegates
Maxtok. 8. C, April 23. The repub
lican convention of tho Sixth congres
sional district was a howling mob.
Tho Kussell nnd Dockery factions di
vided, tho Russcllites nominated 11, SI.
Norment, of Robeson, for congress, and
the Dockery faction J. M. Smith, ol
Richmond. Uoth factions elected two
delegates to tho national republican
convention, tho Russcllitcs for McKin.
ley and tho Dockery faction delegates
Throw Inkstands nt Kach Other.
Washington, April 23. Representa
tives Hall (dern., Mo.) and Money
(dem., Miss.) got into an altercation in
tho room of tho houso committee on
naval affairs Thursday morning, which
quickly resulted in tho use of force.
Both men throw inkstands at each
other. Money was hit on tho back oi
the head, sustaining an ugly gash from
which tho blood flawed copiously. IIo
was removed to tho barber shop and
his wounds dressed.
Doublo Execution at Sing Sing.
Siko Sing, N. Y., April 23. Thoro
was a doublo execution at tho state
prison hero Thursday morning. Tho
victims wero Lewis J Hermann and
Charles Pustolka, both of New York
city, both Germans and both wife mur
derers. m Hermann shot and killed his
wife during a quarrel on Juty 17, 1S95,
and Pustolka stabbed his spouso to
death on August 28 last, because ho
suspected her of infidelity.
To Admit Oklahoma to Statehood.
' Washington, April 23. By a vote ol
six ayes to two nays, tho houso com
mittee on territories Thursday agreed
to report favorably a bill admitting
Oklahoma to statehood. Those voting
ayo wero Messrs. Scranton, Perkins,
Avery, Harris, Hadley and Cooper,
(Tex.) Tho negative votes wero coat
by Messrs. Taft and Knox.
Tendered Their: Resignations.
Paihs, April 23. The members of tho
bourgeois ministry proceeded Thurs
day afternoon to tho Elysee, tho resi
dence of President Fauro and formally
tendered their resignations. M. Fauro
was awaiting their coming and accept
cd tho resignations as soon as they
Washington, April 23. Cadotships
at the United States Military academy
has beon secured by Thomas M. Van
derver, Hamilton, O., with Homer D.
Williamson, Monroe, as alternate; Wm.
P, Simmons, Richmond, Ky., and Omar
F, Telford, Salem, 111.
Hen. Alger a Dolegate-at-Large.
Detroit, Mich. April 23. The
Wayno county republican convention
mot here Thursday to select delegates
to tho strtto convention and endorsed
Gen. R. A.iAlger for delegate-at-large.
,Gen. Alger is the leader of the McKin
loy 'forces In ihla state."
A creain of tartar Baking Powder. Highest
of all In leavening strength Latett Uniteo
Slate Government Food Report.
.Royal Baking Powder co , 106 Wall St. N.
Hew nd Intsreiting Happenings Wlthtn
A SHORT RIOT.
Lumber Sliovers at Clovulnnd, O., Quieted
by the Police.
Cleveland, O., April 23. Thero was
a riot of short duration on tho lumber
docks Wednesday afternoon between
members of tho Lumber Shovers' union
and a gang of non-union men under
tho leadership of John Powitzki, a sa
loon keeper. Tho non-union men went
to the docks to unload a boat, and ono
of them displayed a gun and de
lied tho union men who wero
on the dock. Gus Swcss, a non-union
man, charged on tho crowd and was so
veiely cut about tho head and neck
with a knife. His assailant escaped.
Two wagon loads of policemen ap
peared and further trouble was averted
for tho time being. John Powitzki was
nrrcsted. Manager Goebel, of tho
union men, mado a speech and request
ed them to go homo. More boats will
soon arrive and further troublo is ex
pected. All was quiet at tho lumber docks
Thursday morning. The demands of
tho union men have been acceded to
and live vessels were being unloaded
without interference. Some of tho
men who participated in tho riot Wed
nesday were about tho docks, but the
presence of a sqad of police has pre
vented any outbreak. It is tho opinion
thcro will bo no further outbreak.
THE STATE HOUSE
Will Be Remodeled, S 100,000 llelng Ap
propriated for That Purpose
CoLUiinus, O., April 23. Without any
debate, and after a few remarks of an
approving nature by Mr. Ely, the sen
ate passed tho Dodgo houso bill provid
ing for additions to tho stato house.
Thero was but little opposition, only
three senators, Messrs. Hamilton, Mor
gan and Shryock, voting against the
bill, while thero was an affirmative of
30. Tho governor, ono judgo of tho
suprume court, tho president of tho
senate, the speaker of the house and
tho adjutant general aro to unito on
designs for cither an additional story
or wing to be added to tho present
structure, and thcro must bo at
least ten such designs Thcso
must be filed with tho adjutant
general by October 1 next, and tho
officials named aro to select tho de
sign which they deem best and havo
full plans and specifications prepared
by the successful architect. Tho sum
of 40O,00d is appropriated for tho im
provement, of which one-half is mado
available this year and the balance
next year. t . .
Veterans Incorporate a Society.
Columbus, O., April 23. The Hamil'
ton County Employment association ol
tho old soldiers and marines of tho late
rebellion was incorporated Thursday
by Frank Bruner, nenry Wagner, Sam
uel Bickcrstaff, J. W. Frazor, John
Kissano, J. P. DeBock, Charles Halbor,
Charles Brossart, Thomas E. Dean and
Wallace Colson. It is to assist old sol
diers to get public offices under tha
now law which requires them to bo
Ffolglit Dopot Hurnod.
HlLLSliorto, O., April 23. The B. &
O. freight depot burned at midnight.
There was a largo amount of freight
in tho building at tho timo and it was
totally destroyed, together with all tho
records and accounts. Four or fivo
cars on the side track near tho build-,
ing were destroyed or partly burned.
No ono knows how tho firo started, but
it is supposed tb havo been tho work of
Fiiesjont, O., April 23. Miss Maud
Caldwoll, daughter of Dr. W. II. Cald
woll, of this city, and ono of Fremont's
belles, was secretly married in October
last at Wellsburg, W. Va., to Stuart II.
Perry, of Pontiac, Slich. Tho fact was
mado known Thursday and created a
sensation hero. Both were students at
tho university of Michigan where thoy
still continuo their studies.
To Tax Cigarettes for Revenue,
Cor.umius, O., April 23. Tho senate
Thursday morning passed 'Mr. Dana's
bill taxing wholesale dealers in cigar
ettes 300 a yoar and retail dealers S100
rt year. The mensuro is designed as a
ravenuo iraiser and not a prohibitive
one, Mr. Dana will try to secure ac
tion by the house, but his hopes are not
Fatally Injured By a Train.
Mahtin's Feriiv. 0 Aprjl 23.
Thursday Fred. Keiningor's wagon and
horses were struck by a B. & O. train.
Jlotli horses wore killed and Nelnlnger
was probably fatally injured. While
bolng carried up, a sarwoy nt Nein
inger's homo it brbko and ho received
Arrival and Departure of Trains. ,
u, s u. a. w.
DKPAnT 0:00 a. m 10:10 a. m., 2:00 rm 4:E5
Anntwnnc n m diia n . io.or . ..
p, m., o:io, p. ra., 8:65 p. m.
T. & O. C. Ex.
Lbave 2,'B p. m 9:00, 1:00 a.m
AnnrvK 12:10,7: j w.7:faxn
. C. &. M.
Lkavr 0:25 a.m. 2:65 p. nj
AmuvB H:l5 a.m., 7:05 p. m
Leave 0:20 a.m., 1:10 p. zn
Aitnivn 10:10 a.m., 5:55 p. m
O. R. R. R. (Eastern Time.)
South 10:25, 2:60 a.m.; 7:10 p. to
Noran 11:15 p.m.; 3:10, 7:28 a.m
Of tho U. S. Cruiser, Chicago,
is a recognized authority on
naval matters tho world over,
and that suggests uniforms.
We can show you samples,
take your measure and uni
form anybody from a Biker to
a Brass Band. But what wo
most wisli to call your atten
tion to is our stock of Bicycle
Clothing for Boys and Men.
Prices of suits from S4.00 to
$0 CO. Caps CO and 73c. Hose
CO and Too. Belts 25, 50 and
75c. Sweaters from 25c to
iM-50. Seo our Turtle neck
Sweaters. Have all these in
in stock; will take your meas
ure for anything you want.
? P. S. S400.00 worth of Chil-
dren's, Boys' and Men,s Straw
a Hats; all New Goods, 1
A ltfonomotalllstic Verdict.
St. Louis, April 23. In a suit for
damages against a street railway do
cided here Wednesday tho jury re
turned a verdiet for tho plaintiff for
"ono gold dollar." Judgo Wood ob
jected to tho wording of the verdict.
H. Rcnisledcr, foreman of tho jury,
said that he was a gold monometallist
and could not in conscience render a
verdict for any thing but actual money.
The verdict was recorded.
Denied the Cse of the Malls.
Washington, April 23. Postmastez
General Wilson Wednesday denied the
privileges of tho mails to three firms
sending circulars throughout tho coun
try offering to sell marked cards, load
cd dico and other gambling devices ta
defraud. Thoy aro Ogden & Co., 183
Clark street, and Georgo Mason & Co.,
125 Dearborn Btrcot, Chicago, 111., and
tho American Novelty .Co., of Colum
Marshall, Mich., April 23. Tho Cal
houn county republican convention
met hero-Wednesday to select delegates
to tho stato dclcgato convention to b
held at Detroit next month. A resolu
tion was adopted "cordially and heart
ily indorsing tho candldaoy of , William
McKinloy for tho office of president ol
tho United States." v
Illg Deal In Lumber,
Dulutii, Minn., April 23. Tho Woy.
erhauser syndicate is reported to havo
practically closed a deal for tho pur
chaso of tho wholo Interest of the
Wright & Davis Lumber firm, tho con
sideration being $3,000,000, including
stumpago, logs and lands. Tho sami
syndicate recently purchased for S3,
200,000 tho property of the C. N. Nelson
Lumber Co. -
Death of Gen. Noah I Jeffreys.
Washington, April 23. Gen. Noal
L. Jeffreys, a well-known lnwyer ol
this city, who was tho attorney of the
North American Commercial Co., the
lessees of the Seal islands in Bchrlng
sea, died hero Wednesday morning ol
heart dlsoase, superinduced by an at
tack of grip." He was about sixty-five
years of 2p.
The Commission Will lie Appointed.
Columbus, O., April 33. Tho senuto
adopted the Aldrlch resolution for tho
appointment by tho governor of a com
mission to investlgato Into tho aban
donment of the canals of tho state; bo
tho commission will bs appointed.
To Abandon tbo Walbondlntr Canal.
Coluudus, O., April 2i Glenn's bill
to abandon tho Walhondlng canal has
passed the houso.
. Q A.