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MARIETTA DAILY LEADER.
VOL. II. NO. 102.
MARIETTA, OHIO, WENESDSDAYn APRIL 29, 1896.
PRICE ONE CENT,
Of Communal Taxes Causes a
Riot at Patorno.
Tho House of tho Mayor Attacked by
An Angry Mob.
Ofllco of tho Octroi Bet on Fire, nnd Sentry
Boxes Destroyed Military Called Oat
rrofect of Cntnnln Finally Quiets
the Mob by Promises of Kef oriti.
"Palehmo, April 28. There was a riot
Monday at Patorno, a city ten miles
northeast of Catania. The populace,
which consists cljlefly of tho lower
classes, becamo incensed against tho
imposition of tho communal taxes, and
made a demonstration that at ono timo
threatened to become very serious.
The mob attacked the houso of tho syn
dicate or mayor, and smashed the win
dows and destroyed a number of street
lamps. Then sot' firo to tho ofllco of
tho octroi, where tho tax on provisions,
otc, entering tho city is collected, and
to a number of sentry boxes, and they
wero destroyed. Tho mob was in a
most dangerous humor and gendarmes
woro powerless to quell tho disturb
ance. Tho military wero called out,
but tho rioters stoned tho troops,
severely wounding an officer and three
soldiers. An attempt was made
to open tho prison and re
leaso the- convicts, but this was
fortunately prevonted by tho troops.
Tho situation was becoming extrcmoly
critical when tho prefect of Catania ar
rived on the scene. IIo finally, after
povcral futile attempts, got tho crowd
to liston to him. IIo promised that
pome of tho more burdensome of tho
grievances of tho peoplo would bo re
dressed and by his conciliatory attitudo
Ultimately calmed tho passions of tho
tnob, which then dispersed.
Tho Vote on tho Pension 11111.
Washington, April 28. Tho first
business in order in tho houso
Tuesday was tho vote on tho
passage of tho pension bill, which
was taken by yeas and nays, at
tho demand of Mr. Crowther (rep. Mo.)
It resulted: Yeas, 187; nays, 84. Tho
republicans and populists supported
tho bill and thot democrats opposed it.
Another Well Near Cellna.
Celina, O., April 28. The oil well on'
tho Will Touvello farm was urilicu in
Monday evening, This is tho fifth
well in thafrsection, and it makes the
best showing of any yot struck.
' Strangled to Death.
Columbus, O., April 28. John A.
Sriggaman died Monday morning at tl
a. m. of strangulation. His death was
duo to a tumor In tho windpipe.
-Hl Waste of Time-1-
It's a waste of time to look elsewhere for a suit to equal the re
markable and attractive line of new and handsome Spring Suits in
all the popular fabrics which "THE BUCKEY1" shows.
kfi fi1 In this lot are Black and Blue
pUlf U vicuna Thibet Suits, neat
Gray and Black Pincheck Cheviot Suits,
Harris' MJllls Cnssimeres and Mixed
Tweed Suits. '
Sift 11 I" this lot tnere arc Dluc ana
PU.VFU Black imported Serge Suits,
Fancy Check and Plaid Scotch Cheviot
Sujts and the newest patterns in Irish
11 'ill In this lot are Imported Mix
p 1 1 . IT U tures Diagonal Worsted Suit,
beautiful Light Colored Worsted, Wool
and Silk Mixed Suits, Genuine Imported
English Tweed? and the famous Riverside
Clay Worsteds. ,
Dark. Grey and Mixed Cassimeres, well
made - .- - - $2.00
All the late Spring Patterns fn Stripes
and Checks. English Worsteds and
Tweeds .... $3.50
OUR MEN'S SUMMER FURNISHINGS.
are unquestionably the finest, swellest and lowest priced in town.
Tfi-.- i.. OK,. .. io lt ..:t
f& Half Hose in Black. Brown and
Colored Shirts in, all the newest' spring patterns attached and de
tached collars, from 60c. to $1.50.
The Largest and Most Complete Line- of Stiiaw Hats over shown
in Marietta. Come in and loqk. No trouble to show goods.
Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers,
Cor. Front and Butler sts., , Old P. O. Building.
MABIEm, OHIO. '
fclmllnr to tho l'curl Bryan Tragedy Tnr
tlnlly Developed nt Buffalo. '
Buffalo, N. Y., April 28. Buffalo
has" now a Pearl Bryan case. Tho
head of a woman was found on tho
(arm of John Iloag, near Orchard park,
jato Saturday afternoon. Tho fact was
cportcd to Cproner Tucker Monday
lifternoon. Iloag had been drawing
inanuro from tho elty, and while
spreading it out discovered tho head.
f.t was wrapped in a Buffalo newspa
per, and had a bullet hblo in tho occi
It seems impossible, to traco tho head
definitely, as Iloag has been drawing,
luanurc from several livery stables in
this city. Dr. Tweedy, tho post-mortem
paminer, has tho member to examine
nnd ascprtain if posslblo if death was
lluo'to tho decapitation or tho holo In
tho skull. Meanwhile tho police aro
trying to find a body to fit.
BARON HIRSCH FUNERAL.
Xho Philanthropist Laid to Best In Mont
martre Cemetery, Paris.
London, April 28. Tho Dally News
Tuesday publishes a dispatch from
Paris saying that tho funeral of Baron
do Hirsch took placo on Monday, tho
remains being interred in tho Mant
martro cemetery. Tho wish of the de
ceased for a simple funeral was' ob
served so far as having a second class
hearse and no wreaths on tho coffin,
but otherwise tho funeral was a mag
nificent pageant. Tho Ilirsch residence,
No. 2 Ruo do L'Elysee, was profusely
draped with mourning. Tho coflln was
of ebony inlaid with gold and silver,
and an enormous 'lino of coaches fol
lowed tho remains to tho grave, and
tho streets woro thronged with sight
AN ALLEGED FORGER
Surrendered by tho Go eminent of Guate
mala to Pennsylvania Authorities.
Washington, April 23. The state de
partment Monday received a belated
tolegram from Mr. Pierce M. Young,
United States minister at Guate
mala, saying that the Guatemalan
government had surrendered John
L. Cowan, wnntcd for forgery in
Pittsburgh, Pa., to tho agent of the
stato of Pennsylvania, and that ho had
sailed in custody for the United States
on tho 23d Inst. Tho government has
no extradition treaty with Guatemala
and tho surrender was mado as an act
The Report Again Denied.
Baltimoke, April 28. President Han
lon and Treasurer Von Der Ilorst, of
tho Baltlmoro basoball club, again
Monday denied tho report that there Is
a contemplated deal on whereby tho
champions will secure tho services qf
Pitcher Busie, of Now York, in ex
change for Pitchers McMahon and
Boys' Long Pant Suits
Good, Substantial, Dark Gray and Mixed
Cassimeres - fin -jf-
' Boys' Long Pant Suits
Elegantly made in strictly All Wool
Cheviots and Cassimeres, Bluet Black and
Boys' $3 00 Knee Pant Suits
Fancy Reefer Suits in Blue, Tan and
Fancy Mixed Scotch Cheviots, handsome
ly braided, sailors collars; size 3 to S.
Boys' $4.00 Knee Pant Suits
Fancy Summer Cheviot, Sailor Suits, 3
10 S. Reefer Suits in Navy, Brown, big
Sailor Collars, Little Junior Blouse and
Royal Prince Suits,
Tan, lOo. a pair.
Written to Pearl Bryan by Scott
Also Ono Written to Dr. Gillespie, of
, Greencastle, Ind .
Chester Jlullon, tho Liveryman, Testifies to
Alonro Availing Hiring tho Coupo and
Homo Geo. Jackson, tho Coaclifhan,
Tolls of Ills Trip to Vt. Thomas.
(Monday's Testimony Continued)
McDermottthon goto a detailed statement
of the incarceration of Jackson and Walling
In tho sensitive) cell In city hall, Cincinnati.
It was the first timo In his knowledge of tho
two prisoners hclng In talking and hearing
distance In any cell since their arrest There
wero Instruments m tho houso of detention
wherapcrsons could sit and listen to voices' in
the sensitive cclL Thcro wero more than two,
Ho and Crlm searched Jackson and Wait
ing's room between nine and ten a. in , Febru
ary 0 Thoy found two ladles' handkerchiefs
and a pair of stockings behind the trunk, a
pocketbook with a plcce'ot ohaln In It and two
pairs of white kid gloves In tho trunk and a
rap in tho closet, 'ihe trunk was a largo one,
with the Initials "S J." Itwas pointed out by
Miss Hoso McKovln. ho bolieyod, as Jackson's
trunk. Several letters addressed to Scott
Jackson wero found In tho trunk.
Tho detective then identified tho articles ho
found In the room. They wero handed to him
by Cot Kelson for this purposo and were the
samo that Detectho Crim had identified
earlier in tho day.
Reporter Urlllo, who was present when the
aetectltcs searched the prisoners' room, iden-
iiuoa tno articles rouna
. Chas Rogers, of Heider's hotol, testified to
Jackson and Walling being at tho hotol early
In the morning of February 1. Walling came
In about 3 am. Ho was in a hurry and asked
for a room. Rogers was cure It was tho morn
ing of February 1. Win. C. Martin, the night
clerk, told about taking Walling to a room on
February 1 nbout 3am
Lieut Gcorgo Saffarans, stationed at Fort
Thomas, tho next witness, testified about see
ing tho headless body on Iocl:c's farm near
the fort. Ho Identified tho corsot found noar
the murderod glrL He did not examine tho
corset Ha also Identified the other articles
of clothing found on tho murdered girl Ho
also told about tho condition of tho ground and
the blood clots on the ground and bushes.
Harry Hays, of Qrcencastlo, testified as to
Pearl Bryan buying a pair of shoos at Louis &
Hays' on November 1& Thoy uro tho shoos
that wore found on hor dead body. Tho wit
ness then Identified tho shoes Ho also Identi
fied tho rubbers. Witness never heard tho
reputation of Scott Jackson discussed in
Will Wood was recalled and said that he
was at Plj mouth, Ird , on February 1, visit
ing from Friday noon to Monday noon. Ho
wrote to Scott Jackson from PI j mouth on
Sunday on a typewriter. Ho signed it with a
"B " Attorney Crawford produced a letter
which tho witness Identified as the ono ho bad
sent. Ho also identified as his own the Inter
lineations with a lead pencil. IIo was at tho
Oliver houso in South Bend, February 3, and
wroto Jackson a letter on that day with a pen
and signed "B "
Crawford produced another letter, which the
witness also idcntlOod as tho ono bo had writ
ten. Theso aro tho letters which wero un
printable and which had been missing for sev
In answer to questions Wood said that Jack
son had a mo3t degrading lnfluenco over him
since ho was 17 cars old. Ho would always
do what Jackson told him.
Newpokt, April S8. Tho prosecution in tho
Jackson trial presented somo entirely new
evidence Tuesday morning .in tho shape of
several letters written by Scott Jackson to
Pearl Bryan and ono by Jackson to Dr. Gilles
pie. Theso letters wero handed to tho court by
Attorney Hates, of Greencastle, who has been
assisting In tho prosecution. .The ones written
to Pearl wero presumably furnished by tho
dead girl's relatives. They clearly show how
Jackson could assumo when tho occasion re
quired the air of a young man of a religious
turnof mind Tho letter to Dr. GUlesplo Is
considered highly Important from tho fact
that It was written on January 31 of this 5 ear,
tho day beforo tho headless body was found
In it Jackson cautions GUlesplo to stick by
Gcorgo Jackson, coachman for Ma Wlddl
fleld, of ML Auburn, was then placed on tho
stand and repeated his story, already pub
lished, to tho effect that he drovo Jackson,
Walling and tho girl to the.Loclio farm on the
night beforo tho body was discovered
Whllo watting for the next witness, Georgo
Jackson, to appear, several letters written by
Scott Jackson wero read:
Tho first letter was datoi Indianapolis,
March 10, 1S9S. It was supcrinscrlbed tbo In
diana Dental college, Indianapolis, and read as
"My Dear Friend Pearl: I was pleased to
receive your last letter. It was eagerly read
I am sorry that this writing I390 bad, but a
new pen: must oxcuso me. But no raoro ex
cuses Well, hero I nm at college Wo all do
somo things we do not llko overy ono to know,
don't you know? Five or six years ago, when
I was In practice, I would have had tho
perfume paper to writo to you on, I have
lost tho art, don't you know, I only
mako pencil notos now. I was sorry not to
meet you In the New York store Wood and
I walked up and down nearly all afternoon In
tho store. What was your bet with Wood?
Why did you want Sir William to win? I hopo
to seo you soon in your largo and noble town.
Make your next letter long. Tho last was
very, ery short Very truly yours, in friend
ship, "Scon Jackson.
Another letter was written to Pearl Bryan
from Grocncastle and dated "7-29, 'OS." In it
Jackson excuses himself for not calling on
Pearl and says ho will try to soon.
Another was to Dr. Gillespie, and Is as fol
lows: "Palaco Hotol
Cincinnati, Jau.i31, 1890.
"Hello, Doc: Well, well; hero Is that letter
at last I thought of writing many times, but
was too busy. Work is coming thick and fast.
I am hard at work'. I have not beon doing
much work at tho infirmary. I got a letter
from mother tho other day'dnd she tells mo
your janitor is going to leave you. .
"Wo may make some big money when I come
to Greenoastio next summer.
"Stick by me without fall.
"Remember me to tho dear girl in Green
eastle. "Stick to your old college chum. Jack.
An may he eon by the date, the murder was
committed the night after the above letter
The next letter was dated at Greencastle,
June 18, lt)95 and read,:
'Dear Pearl: I hoped to seo you ere this,
and I am sorry I did not see you Friday even
ing. Wood could not gcwith mo, and I did
not knqw whom I cpuld get 1 I am Tory sorry,
because of t.ho lolly times I missed, and trust
wo can come out when Mlnnlo comes again.
Yours In friendship, Scott,"
The next totter was dated at Greencastle,
"To, M.y Dear Friend Pearl: I write to. ex
press; my eJuppro regret fa you, In your dcop
bereavement Believe mo that In' this, time of
trouble it Is th,e, wish of the great, good
Father. The" dear sister, bilovtfd by the. fam
ily and rospectod. nnd loved by all, pure and,
upright, has been called to' hor reward.
She will wear a orown ot light And
ilacy-ln, be Father's home. We, should
.pi f '" t
rejoice that sue now has ro'.Tot irom tnc trials,
cares and hardships ot this llfo. Sho Is gono
for a short timo to prcparo for tho coming ot
those sho loves best. I would call but for tho
many friends that aro with you. I send you
my heartfcltiondolonco. Very truly yours,
Gcorgo Jackson not appearing, Ed. Anthony
a reporter, tcstlllod to tho finding of Jackson's
coat in tho sewer, corner Richmond and John
strcots, Cincinnati: also us to his interviews
with tho prisoner In his cell. Anthony ad
mitted that ho held out overy inducement ho
could to got tho prlsonor to confess.
Ho did not say ho would uso his ln
fluenco with tho mayor nnd Chief Doltsch. Ho
dtdnot threaten tho prlsonor. Ho told tho
prisoner ho was a nowspaper man. Ho also
said tho paper would treat him right if ho told
him tho truth. Tho witness did not say that
ho would help tho prisoner out. Ho might
havo said tho paper would glvo him tho best
Anthony said Jackson denied In overy inter
view ho had with him that hn knew anything
about tho girl's death. Anthony then dls
crlbcd tho sctno in tho mayor's office. Tho
prisoner was thoroughly cxamlnod by tho
Wm. Teglor then tostlflod to seeing Alonzo
Walling nt the cornor of Baker alley and Elm
street on Trklay with a girl who resembled
the description of Pearl Brjnn. Witness then
described tho girl's clothing The hat on
being shown him was Identified as tho ono
worn by tho girl, Tho woman was weoplng.
Tbo couple stood there for a fow minutes, thon
ucnt toward Fourth street
Chas. Vlckers, Chlof Doltsch's clerk, testi
fied that Saloonlst Josoph Kugol brought n
taliso to his ofllco, left In his saloon by Scott
Jackson. Tho witness took It to Col Dcltscb.
Tho vallso Is now In tho samo condition It was,
thon, except the blood spots havo dried and ai
tew hairs, several Inches long, light In color,
sticking to It )iavo disappeared.
Thcro was surprlso In tho courtroom at tho
careleiness through which tho hairs wero
lost Vlckers said they woro still In tho vallso
when he took It into Col Doltsch's office
Assistant Police Surgeon French, of Clncln
natl, was called Ho said that on Saturday
afternoon, February 8, Scott Jackson's coat,
found in tho sowor, was given to him That
day and tho next ho examined It for blood
stains. Tho first test was not satisfactory.
Ho made another test, which showed crystals
Similar to thoso found In human blood Tho
stains coricspondcd to thoso made by human
blood, but upon cross-examination wltnoss
would not say that It was human blood
At the afternoon session Chester Mullen, of
Walnut Hills, te3tlQod to hiring a horso and
coupo to a man who looked llko Walling on
the afternoon before the night of the murder:
witness was nt the ofllco about tour o'clock
tho following morning when tho rig was re
turned. The horso had had a far drive, and
tho vehiclo nnd harness woro very muddy. It
looked like thero had been loti of mud on tho
Gcorgo Jackson, colored coachman, was
placed on tho stand and tostifled that on Fri
day, January 31, about 11:30, whllo walking
near Gcorgo and Elm, ho was mot by Alonzo
Walling, nnd tho latter encaged him to drlvo a
rig for him to Kentucky to seo a sick patient
Tho witness narrated his trip to Fort
Thomas in detail, with Walling, Jackson and
Pearl Bryan, in the coupe, in substanco tho
same as published by tho newspapers somo
Work of Rescuing Bntomlicd Miners.
St. Louis, April 2S. A special from
Chihuahua, Mexico, bays that already
over 20 dead bodies have been taken
;nm tho. mino -which collapsed hero
Jast week, and thero aro 40 persons
still entombed. Tho rescuing party
can hear tho voices of thoso entombed
who aro trying to work their way out
towards tho rescuing party. Tho cause
of tho cave-in was tho giving way ol
tho main support. The mino was very
Yellow Fovor in Cuba.
Washington, April 28. Reports ta
tho United State marine hospital scrv
ico from its agents in Cuba indicate that
tho annual yellow fever scourge, which
is relied upon to aid tho war of inde
pendence, promises to be exceptionally
malignant this year among the unaccli
mated Spanish soldiers. Dr. Caminero,
tho United States sanitary Inspector,
announces four deaths at Santiago do
Cuba for tho week ending April 11.
Coitnv, Pa., April 28. While on q
fishing excursion Iloward Strassler
and Frank McEleroy, prominent younfl
men of Corry, wero drowned by the
capsizing pt thoir boat. Cash Alex
ander was also in tho.boat, but reached
tho shore exhausted. ' Whllo changing
seats in tho boat McEleroy .'ell over
board. While attempting his rescue
tho boat upset, throwing all into tho
Steamer Wyanoke Sinks.
Fobt MojjnoE, Va., April 28. The
Old Dominion lino steamer Wyanoko
whllo leaving hor dock at Newport
News Monday night fouled tho cruiser
Columbia, which was lying out in tho
stream taking on coal, and sank under
her forefoot. Tho crow and passengers
wqro all saved and taken ashore. Tho
Columbia sustained somo damage above
tho waterllno and will repair at Nor
folk, In tho Hands of a itocolver.
Raleiou, N. C, April 28. Tho Cum
mock Coal Co., formerly the Langdon
Henszoy Co., at Cummock, Chatham
county, has gono into a receiver's
hands. Judge Seymour, of tho United
States district court, lias appointed
Samuol Z. Henszoy receiver. Tho com
pany has beon embarrassod over since
tho explosion last December, in which
40 porsons wore killed.
Want Their Sheep Quarantined.
Ottawa Ont., April 28. For somo
timo tho sheep breeders of Alberta,
Northwest territory, havo been asking
for tho establishment of a sltoop quar
antine to protect thoir flocks from tho
scab which exists south of the line.
This request has now been acceded to,
Dr. Montague, tho minister of agrlouU
ture, having authorized the establish
ment of 21 days quarantine.
Baby Farmer Makes a Confession.
London, April 28. Mrs. Annie Dyer,
tho baby farmer who, with hor son-in-law,
Arthur B. Palmer, Is under arrest
at Reading, charged with tho murder
of a number of infants, has mado a
wrlDtorj confession, admitting tho mur
ders of which sho is aacused. It is
probahlo tha.t insanity will bo b,er de
fense when ter ca'sa comes to trial.
qeriuan Vubllctit pend.
Behlin, April 28.-r-IIenry Gotthard
Yon Treitschke, tho celebrated Qer
man publicist, died 'Tuesday aged 03
A cream of tartar llaklng Powder. Highest
of all iu leavening strength Latetl United
States Government Food Report.
ROYAL ISAK1NO POWDER CO , 1C8 Wall St ,N."i
New, and Interesting Happenings Within
An Kffort lit Ins Mado for an Inquest ol
Lunacy in 111" Caso.
. CoLUJilius, O., April 28. Wm. Paul's
attorney has advised the governor that
Prosecuting Attorney Tarbcll, of Brown
county, will ask that a further respite
of ton days bo granted to Paul in order
that an inquest of lunacy may bo made
upon the condemned man.
Paul's family havo asked Davis Col-
lings, a clerk in the secretary of state s
oilico who is from Brown county, to
look after tho body after tho execution
takes placo and havo it shipped home
NOW A LAW.
The Howard Bill Passes tho House at the
Coi.ujiuub, O., April 2S. The house
Monday morning passed Howard's bill
requiring only tho president and secre
tary of corporations to register with
the clerk of court, under tho law ta
preent a business being conducted un
der fictitious names, and it is nw a
Also such concerns havo to publish
tho list of names once a year only, in
stead of overy timo there is a change
in the list of stockholders.
Fifth District Com cut Ion.
Toi.kiio, O., April 23. Republicans
of the rifth district of Ohio held their
contention Tuesday at Defiance. Con
gressman F. B. DoWitt had no opposi
tion for rencmination. Judge Slicols,
of Ottowa, and M. E. Loose, of Henry,
are the delegates to the St. Louis con
vention. They arc not instructed, but
both aro strong McKinley men. I. R.
Tudor, of Van Wert, is presidential
elector. Tho resolutions endorsed Mc
Kinley, but omitted reference to the
No Bakery Inspection This Year.
Columbus, O., April 28. Tho action
of tho houso Monday morning renders
praeticallj- inoperative the law provid
ing for bakery inspections. Aker, the
author of tho "underground bakc-shop
law," introducing a bill appropriating
0,000 for the salaries and expenses for
tho next two years, of tho two inspec
tors provided for in tho law. This bill
lost by a vote of 50 to ?, 75 votes being
Cleveland Garment-Makers Mar Strike.
Cleveland, O., April 28. Tho garment-makers
of this city, 5,000 in num
ber, may strike. A meeting vt as held
and reports showed that a terriblo
wage state exists, somo of tho vt orkcrs
not having mado but 50 cents per week
after paying their assistants. Unless
something is done soon there will bo a
strike of gignntic proportions here.
Tho Supremo Court.
Columbus, O., April 28. Tho su
preme court Tuesday affirmed tho judg
ment of tho lower court in tho caso of
Edward L. Ilarber et al. vs. the Tiffin
national bank, and reversed it in tho
cases of Henry Varwig vs. tho C, C, C.
& St. h. Railway company, and August
Herrmann vs. tho State. All theso
wero Hamilton counly cases.
Billy Smnllnood Itoleased.
Hillsboko, . 0., April 2S. Billy
Smallwood, a barkeeper, of Cincinnati,
who was arrested on a charge of know
ing something about blowing tho Lees
burg bank safe, Fobt tinry 10, has been
released at tho suggestion of tho at
torneys for tho bank, no witnesses ap
pearing for tho state.
Life Prisoner Pardoned.
Columbu8, O., April 2S. Howard
Harris, a Mahoning county life pris
oner at tho penitentiary, was rejoicing
Mpnday night oyer the news that ho
will bo pardoned Tuesday. Harris was,
convicted ftf tho crimo of killing a
town marshal and has already served
Columbus. O.. Anrll 28. Tho houso
has passed Garfield's senate bjll, allow
ing tho court to ilx the amount of re
delivery bonds in cases of attachment
based, on damage suits, on account of
death or personal Injury, instead of tho
claim being required. It Is a, law now.
Tho O. N. O. Itotlred List 11(11.
Columbus, 0 April 28. Clenden
lng's houso bill as passed by tho sen
ate Monday provides for a retired list
for members of tho national guard,
who havo seryed tho state for ton
years, five years of tho tmo having
been put in as commissioned officers.
Board of Foreign Missions.
Pobtsmouth, 0., April 2a The
Women's Presbyterian Board of For
eign Missions will hold its annual
meeting hero Tuesday and, Wednesday.
Offlcors for ihe ensuing year will bo
elected and adresses trill be mado by
many prominent church, workers.
Arrival and Departure of Trains.
B. & O. S.W.
PBPAnT-1.00 a. m., 10!0 a. m., S:0O rm :S5
p.m.. 7:00 p.m., li:2s p.m.
T? T3:05 a-m- 8:' a- m-i H'45- P- n., :M
p. m., 0:10, p. m., 8:55 p. m.
tU T. & O. C. Ex.
AnnT? 2,'G P-m.. 9:00, 4:D0 a.m
Ani"vit usju.j: p m. 7:ia m
C. &. M.
lavk , 6:25a.m. 2:B5p.ra
AIUlIV 11:1,1a, m., 7:05 p. m
V??: 0:20a.m., 2:40 p. m
A1"11 10:40 a. m., B:55p.m
c -n-R- K. (Eastern Time.)
Sonin io:25, 2"to a.m.! 7:S6p.m
Nomn 11:15 p. m.j 8:10, 7:23 a. m
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I Buckskin Stocking-
i FOR BOYS.
If you have, any tough
Boys give them a whirl at
this stocking, and see
which comes out ahead.
They may not havo met
their equal heretofore, but
No. 1G will keep them
quiet, price 25c.
Instead of the stocking
most all of them use the
Leggins to pull on right
over the Common Hose.'
We have them in sever
al shades, handsome pat
terns, prices 75c and $1.00-
Gathered Trom All Parts of tlio Country by
The treasury gold reserve Monday at
tho closo of business stood at 8125,732,
730. The withdrawals wero 8123,700.
Tho grain mill of J. N. & J. Hanson,
Dan vers, Mass., was burned Tuesday
morning. Loss 8-10,000. Insurance
The Mentzel paper mill and plant
comprising a group of four buildings
near Elliott City, Md., was destroyed,
by fire. Loss 810,000. Insuranco 810,.
Advices received in Athens from thp
island of Croto say that tho Crotan re
form commlttco havo repulsed tha
Turkish troops at Sella, killing 20 ot
A favorable report was mado to tho
senate Monday afternoon on Senator
Squires' bill appropriating 8300,000 for
an equestrian statuo of Gen. Grant ia
A dispatch from Buluwayo under
date of April 27 says tho Matabeles
have become discouraged at thoir re
peated defeats in front of Buluwayo
and havo retreated to a point ten miles
from tho town.
Ju Jung, tho Chinaman, who killed
Donr Wagner, his white mistress, at
St. Louis, Monday morning, was ar
rested in Belleville, 111., Monday night
and taken to St. Louis. Evldenco
against him is very strong.
At Pretoria, flvo of the leaders or
the national reform committee, who
pleaded guilty of high treason Monday,
including John Ilays Ifammond, tho
American mining engineer, were con
demned to death at Tuesday's sitting;
of the court
At ono q'elock Tuesday morning n,
fire of incondiary origin damaged tho
warehouse of tho Atlantic refinery at
FJfty-sovonth street apd Allegheny
Valley railroad, Pittsburgh, to tho
amount of 800,000. Tho entire plant
narrowly escaped destruction.
Matt Flamming and Edward Burns,
wero suffocated by gas. at Albright fc
Ca's Silvorton cqUlppy pear Miners
ville, Pa. Fleming's body has been re
covered, but Burns' Jias not been found.
Tho latter oamo from Shamokln only
a few days ago. Both "wero wero young;
men and unmarrjpd,
The schooner Nprman, cw. 3ry
from Providence, R. L, which arrived
at Charleston, C, reports having
picked up at sea, April 17, seven' men
in a dory delonging to tho fishing
schooner J. W. Campbell, of Oloucos
isVi Mss.lwhleh Yfent doyr in a.fiquaU
on Friday, April 17 at sea, Bkc miles
south southwest of Montaulri Tho
Campbell carried a crew of, lit in, of
wb.lch.nlno wero reported lost.,,
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