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MARIETTA DAILY LEADER.
YOL. II. NO. 134.
MABIETTA, OHIO, FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1896.
PRICE ONE CENT.
The Kentucky Convention Rec
ommends Senator Blackburn.
The Silver Platform Goes Through by
an Overwhelming Majority.
Senator Blackburn, John S. Illica, V. Wat
Hardin and W. T. 131118 Elected Dole-
Catci-at-Iarge Alternates, llallam,
Carroll, RottuvcU and Nelson.
Lexinotok, IJy., Juno 4. The report ol the
committee on normancnt organization mado
and adopted Thursday mornlnj arrangements
for a oomploto reorganization of tho party ma
chinery from precinct committeemen up. Ev
ery gold 'man is to ho fired and froo silver
Blackburn men appointed In their stood. MoJ.
P. P., Johnson, of this olty, Is named as the
chulrman of tho state central committee and
It can bo stated that only froo slhpr men will
be nominated for congress outside the Louis
ville district this falL
Tho new stato ezeoutlvo committee Is
named as follows:
First district, G K. Wheeler, of Paducah;
Second, C M. Moacham, of HopVtlnsvllle;
Third, C. W. Roark. of Franklin: Fourth, G.
S. Fulton, of Bardstown; Fifth, to bo filled;
Slzth.i Robort Ellis, of Sanders: Seventh,
South Trimble, of Frankfort: Eighth, Will
Scroggen, of Danville; Ninth, J. M. Kcboe, of
Maysvllle; Tenth, James Holcher, ot Floyd;
Eleventh, C. W. Motcnlfo, of Plnevlllo.
Tho democratic state convention was called
to order at 0.20 o'clock Thursday morning
with tho number of delegates greatly thinned
out, a number having returned to thcli
Tho chair at onco called for the report ot
commutes but there was a long delay.
Tho, following are named as tho stato cen
tral committee: First district, W. B. Qatlln,
Murray; Second, & A. Young, Henderson;
Third, C M. Lowis, Bowling Grocn; Fourth,
G. W. Rlohardson, Guston; Fifth, to be ailed;
Sixth, T. E. Moore, Bourbon; Seventh, to be
filled; Eighth, Jacj Chinn, Ilarrodsburg:
Ninth, Hanson Kennedy, Carlisle; Tenth, A.
W. Hamilton, Mt. Sterling: Eleventh, James
Garrett, jr. Columbia. Trom tho statc-nt-largo,
Wm Goebel, of Covington. '
Tho credentials commtttco roported short
ly attor ton o'clock. Tho majority re
port threw out the sound money delegation
from Graves county and the Sixth and Sev
enth wards and half of tho Eighth and Ninth
wards of Louisville and half pi those from
Bourbon and Kenton counties
CoL II L. Stone, of Louisville, then mado a
scathing speech in defenso of tho Louisville
delegation. Ho was very sovere on Copt. Jim
Williams, and when he referred to tho captain's
record as a bully, Williams, who was down In
front, started for CoL Stone, but was pulled
back. Jack Chinn then began to shout at Stone.
Ho was wild with rage, but he was suppressed,
and CoL Stono kept on. Blackburn's vengeance
against Ex-Speaker A. J. Carroll, who pre
vented his election, ho said, was the cause- of
the unseating ot the Sixth and Seventh ward
delegation, of which Carroll was a mem
T. T. Finn, ot Franklin, dofended tho major
ity roport, denying all of CoL Stone's charges.
Tho majority report was adopted by a vote
of (178 to 214. The unseated delegates then
left tho halL
Tho oxpected bolt ot tho remaining Louis
vlllo sound money delegates did not take
place. Tho committee on permanent organiza
tion then made its report. Tho report named
Hon. Chas ICWholoor. of McCraekon. for nor
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Clothiers. Hatters and Furnishers.
W. 13. Holto was named membor ot the ex
ecuitvo committee for tho Fifth district and
W ill Head member ot tho central committee
for tho Fifth district
Tho namtng of Geo. S. Fulton and Gus Rich
ardson as members ot tho stato exccutlvo and
state central committees from tho Fourth met
spirited opposition becauso the district went
republican last fall, Richardson was also de
clared to bo ineligible bocauso ho was an em
ployo of Secretary Carlisle. Tho delegates
from this district wcro sent out to effect a set
tlement. The amendment to namo Wm. Goebel, ot
Covington,, a member of tho stato central
committco from tho state-at-large caused a
Mr. Goebel was' Anally elected by acclama
tion. Tho report ot tho committee on-permanent
organization was adopted and Mr. Wheeler
took tho chair. Ho mado a plea tor harmony.'
The Tenth district delegates roplaced GUs
Rlohardson in tho stato contral committee
with Finlcy Shuck.
Senator Blackburn, P. W. Hardin, John S.
Rhea and Congressman W. T. Ellis were elect
ed delegates' at largo to tho Chicago conven
tion by acclamation.
Tho majority report of tho committee on
resolutions was passed with a whoop after
tho minority substituto had been aired suffi
ciently by the silver humorists.
Tho first section afflrmB the principles of de
mocracy. Second Wo nre In favor of.nn honest dollar,
a dollar worth neither moro nor less than 100
cents. Wo favor bimetallism, and to that end
we demand tho free and unlimited colnago ot
both gold and silver at the ratio of IS to 1 as
standard money, with equal legal-tender pow
er, independent ot tho action or advtco ot any
Third Wo hold that tho secretary of tho
treasury should exercise bis legal right to re
deem all coin obligations in gold and silver, as
may bo moro convenient, and we are opposed
to tho issuo of bonds In time of peace for tho
maintenance ot tho gold reserve or tor any
Fourth We nro opposed to tho national
banking system and to any enlargement of its
powers, and opposed to any contraction of tho
currency by tho retirement ot greenbacks or
Fifth Wo nro for n tariff for rovenue only.
SIxthTbo democrntio party has over been
the party ot personal liberty and religious
frocdom, and Is now and has always been op
posed to any union of church and state. It is
opposed to tho enactment ot all laws tho pur
poso or design of which nro to sustain or en
force any religious tenet or sect, and to any
law, organization or society, religious or po
litical, secret or otherwise, that tends to pro
scribe any citizen for or on account of his ro
Uglous belief, or to apply any such test as a
qualification for publto office.
Tho seventh resolution condemns Gov.
Bradley for calling out tho militia during tho
session of tho legislature.
Eighth Wo declaro tho support of tho
party nominees to bo tho truo test of party
fealty, and that e cry nominee is entitled to
the Individual support ot each member of the
Ninth "Resolved, That tho delegates chos
en by this convention to tho national demo
cratic convention at Chicago, Juno 7, be, and
they nro heroby, Instructed to cast tho voto oi
Kontucky as a unit for Jo C. S. Blackburn for
president of the United States, and to use all
honorablo means to secure his nomination "
A minority report was presented by A. J.
Carroll, member ot tho committee from Louis
ville. It omits tho indorsement of Black
burn and is tho samo on the currency and
ovher issues. Tho financial plank In Mr. Car
roll's report says:
"Wo insist upon a firm maintenance ol
tho orcscnt local standard ot value, with
i n nn Abut 3
. . U i U u ing'finest Eng
lish' Diagonals and 'Serges,
Scotch Tweeds, Thibets; ele
gantly tailored and trimmed,
equal to custom Suits.
Boys' Long Pant
Suits (14 to 19
years) in Scotch
Mixtures, Clays and Thibets,
and jhi newest things In light
colored Cheviots. 'Any of these
suits are well worth $8.50.
W M Old W. Q, Building
sucn uso oi legal tcnaor, silver coins and
paper, convertible into coin on demand,
as can bo maintained without impair
ment or endangering the crodlt of tho govern
ment or diminishing tho purchasing or debt
paying powor of the money In tho hands of the
peoplo, and in tho absence of nn international
agreement wo protest against the free colnago
of silver, or tho compulsory purchase of silver
bullion by tho United States as Injurious to
tho industrial and commercial Interests of tho
country, and especially .disastrous to the inter
ests of tho farmer and the laboring man."
Tho electors for the state at largo aro lion.
W. V. Smith, of Madison, und James P. Tar
vln, of Kenton
Tho convention adjourned at 1:57.
it Trap Planned llcforo Sho was Brought
to Cincinnati Walling Know That She
was to no Drought From Homo to.llo
Murdered With l'ohon. j,
Newport, Ky., Juno 4 Tho Walling trial
was rosumod Thursday morning. Druggist
roortmoyer and John Foster wero re-called
and tcstlQod to Jackson, Walling and Pearl
Dryan being in Bcllevue January 31.
Coachman, George Jackson was called, but
could not bo found, and Cabman John Dclli
was called. Belli was tho man who drovo
Pearl Bryan from tho depot to tho Indiana
house, but ho could not bo found. Al Stegncr
was called, but he, too, was missing, Then
John Legncr, but ho did not respond. Col.
Loclihart, in desperation, called Mrs Alice
Stiefii; who took tho stand.
Shd testified as to tho vehicle passing her
house on tho Threo Mllo Creek road on tho
night of January 3L Her testimony was about
tho samo as in the Jackson trial. Sho said:
"It was a cry dark night, but I could tell
that tho vohlclo was going toward Fort
Thomas I know it was after midnight, but
how much I can't toll. It was not daylight, I
Lieut. Renlcert testified to tho finding of tho
bloody trousers at tho dental college "I got
tho key from Walling," said tho lieutenant,
"and unlocked tho lockei with It The trous
ers were wrapped up in a newspaper." CoL
Nelson hero offered tho bloody trousers in
evidence and each Juror examined them In
tently. John Belli, tho cab driver, was again called,
and being present, took tho stand: "Sometime
during tho latter 'part of January I met a
young lady at tho Grand Central depot and
drovo her to tho Indiana house. I first took
her to the dental college to see Scott Jackson
and Alonzo Walling I first noticed bqr at
the depot and talked to her In order to get tho
Job of driving her somowhero. Sho told mo
whom sho wanted to sea I saw.In her hand a
Palace hotel letterhead. After I took
her to tho college I drove her to tho Indiana
house. Next morning I saw her again at tho
Indiana house. I then took a note from her
to Scott Jackson at the dental college and de
livered it to Jackson. I never saw Walling at
all, and I never saw Jackson and Walling to
gether. Jackson gave me tho answer to tho
note and I took it back to Pearl Dryan at the
Indiana houso and gave It to her."
Edward Anthony, tho next witness, said: "I
first saw Walling on the night ot his arrest at
his boarding houso on Ninth street. I went to
his room and told him tbnt'ho wns wanted at
the mayor's office. Wo talked together for
about flvo minutes. He told mo that ho knew
.Pearl Dryan was murdered and I think told
me then that ho had gono to tho C H. & D. dc
'pot to meet Pearl Bryan. I sent for Lieut.
Corbln and Walling was taken to tho station
houso and looked up. Dcfore, howover, I
asked him why ho dldn't.tcll tho mayor all be
knew of tho murder and ho said he had an
swered all questions.
"After Walling was locked up at the sta-tlon-houso
I had soveral conversations with
him. lie denied any connection with tho mur
der, but stated that Jackson told him two
weeks before that he (Jackson) Intended to
bring Pearl Bryan to Cincinnati and murdor
her, giving he'ro quick poison."
At the conclusion of Mr. Anthony's testi
mony CoL Washington moved to have what
Walling told tho witness stricken out Judge
Helm reserved his decision.
EAST ST. LOOlS
Appeals for Assistance No Trace ot tho
Shanty Boats Tlint Word Swept Away by
St. Louis, June 4. East St. Louis
makes an appeal for assistance for her
storm-stricken people. All checks and
other contributions from persons out
side of iSt. Louis will be gratefully ac
cepted by the relief committee and ap
plied as their judgment directs to im
prove the condition of the homeless.
Tho total relief fund nuw foots up 101,
All checks sent to Mayor Walbridge
are at once turned over to the relief
The burial permits issued in St. Louis
to date number 197; inquests held, no
permits issued, 1; killed, bodies not re
covered, 18; wounded in hospital, 90;
missing people, 83; total probablb fa
No bodies wero recovered from the
ruins Thursday morning. Those
reported missing are: James T. Gurk,
of Cincinnati, O.; George Mnllory,
28, of 00 South Sixth street,
worked for tho Missouri Car Foundry
Co.; Wm. Nolan, 31, of 1000 Howard
street; Julius Gohrlng, 45, machinist,
of 2587 Cherokee street; Gustave
Dertllng, 80, of 3524 North Broad
way. Nothing has developed to ac
count for tho persons who aro sup.
posed to have been swept away on
board the shanty boats which lined
the river shore when tho storm" came.
There wero probably 50 of these boats.
They have entirely disappeared. Tho
identity of the persons on board is not
known. Many of theni wero certainly
drowned, but how many will never bo
known, It is lrnrossiblo to accurately
estimate tho number, of persons who
wero on tho crafts.
Left For Only Gables.
Washington, June . -jirs. Cleve
land and her three little girls, Ruth,
Esther and Marion, and her 'maid loft
by a special car attached to tho 7:50
regular Pennsylvania railroad train
Thursday morning for tho president's
summer oottagc, "Pray Gables," at
Buzzard's bay. They werq accompa
nied by Mrs. Olney, wife of ihe secre
tary of state, Tier daughter, Mrs. Minot,
and Mrs. Minot's children, who will
pass the- summer at Falmouth, Mass.
WA8inNOTo:r, Juno 4. Cadets in the
United States Military academy have
been appointed as 'follows: William O.
Mlnnlch, Bradford, Pa,, with Fred J.
Tfahler, Meyersdale, as alternate; Wm.
E. Everett', Glasgow, Ky; Preston D.
Wells, Maysvllle, Ky,; Wm. G. Palmer,
Mlddletown, O., alternate; Thomas A,
Barko, Cleveland, O.f and Louis Baron,
Decided Sensation Among Those
Residing in Philadelphia.
Rumored That tho Spanish Govern
ment May Demand the Extradition
Of All Those Who Have Engaged In Fili
bustering Expeditions Jose Lopez
Was Placed Under Arrest ns Ho
Wns-About to Leave Havana.
PiW.ADr:i.PiiiA, Juno 4. A decided
sensation was created among tho Cu
ban residents of tho city Wednesday
when it was rumored about that tho
Spanish government may demand tho
e.tiadition of all thoso who have en
gaged in filibustering expeditions from
this country to Cuba. It is said that
Spain will claim that tho expeditions
come under tho terms of tho treaty with
tho United States of oxtraditablo of
fenses, as tho offenso was committed
on Spanish soil.
Senor Do Lome, tho Spanish minis
ter, is reported to have taken eminent
legal advice on tho question and to
have received assurance that ho can
legally demand the extradition of tho
fiillbustcrs from President Cleveland,
Ki-.y West, Fla., June 4. Joso Lopez
was arrested on tho steamer Mascotto
Wednesday just ns she was leaving tho
harbor of Havana. Orders had been
issued to search Lopez, who had been
an insurgent, and if anything of a sus
picious nature was found on him,
to arrest him. The police had
finished tho search and reported every
thing all right and ho was passed.
Shortly afterwards a box of candy con
taining two letters wns sent on board
addressed to Lopez for parties in this
city. Lopez opened one of the letters
and took from it some money and. throw
tho letter overboard.
This action excited the suspicions of
tho pollco and he was immediately ar
rested and taken ashore. Lopez had
only lately been pardoned as an in
surgent and was about to leavo Cuba.
His arrest is likely to cause others to
be arrested, as the party who sent tho
packages on board have been under tho
surveillance of tho police for somo
Granted by Ilallronds EaBt of Chicago to
tho Grund Army Encampment.
Imuakai'oi.is, Ind., June 4. Com-mnnder-in-chief
of the G. A. It. and
Adj. Gen. Robbins, wcio much pleased
when they 'received a message from
F. C. McDonald, chairman of
tho Central Passenger association,
announcing a rate of one cent a mile,
east of Chicago, granted on account of
tho national encampment at St. Paul.
Commander Walker says this means
that many thousand veterans in that
part of tho United States lying east of
Chicago will attend the encampment.
A b'hcll Test.
Washington, Juno 4. A shell test
was held at the Indian Head proving
grounds. An eight-inch Carpenter pro
jcctilo and a 12-inch Wheeler-Sterling
projectile were fired at a reforged
plate. Both shells wero smashed
against tho armored target. Ordnance
officers say that the excellence of both
plate and shells was demonstrated.
' Working Hours to Ho Increased.
Washington, Ind., June 4. Tho
working hours, of tho Baltlmoro and
Ohio Southwestern shops at this placo
will Thursday morning bo Increased
from six to ten hours per day. Flvo
hundred men will be benefitted. The
shops have been running on six hours'
time for about six months.
Washington, June 4. Tho resolu
tion declaring Murray elected and en
titled to the seat occupied by Elliott,
was adopted yeas, 152; nays, 33. Mr.
Murray, accompanied by Mr. Over
street, appeared at tho bar of the houso
and was sworn in by Speaker Reed,
amid applause from his republican as
sociates. No Clemency far Mrs. Maybrlclc.
London, Juno 4. In tho houso of
commons Thursday Sir Matthew White
Ridley, homo secrotary, said, in reply
to questions, that ho saw no reason for
extending any clemency to Mrs. Flor
ence Maybrick, who is now serving a
fife term pf imprisonment in Woking
prison for tho murder of her husband.
Uradlcy Denlei That lie" "Has Withdrawn.
Fbankfort, Ky., June 4. The report
that Gov, Bradley had decided to with
draw from tho presidential raco and al
low Kentucky's delega'tion to swing in
to tho McKlnley column is without
foundation, It has been officially de
nied by the goyernor himself.
A Jockey Killed.'
Cincinnati, Juno 4. Jockey n.
Jones, who was hurt during the elec
tric light races at Rosedalo Wednesday
night, waa' found to be more seriously
hurt than at first expected. lie J grew
rapidly worso during the night, and
before midnight ho died. .. ,
J A Wter-8poui. '
MlLi.Eitsnuito, Ky., Juno 4. A water
spout struck, tho south cud of Bourbon
at two p. m, Wednesday. Many turn
pike bridges, sections of road and
grpwing crops were washed out. All
travel was stopped.
Will be Released Friday.
London, Juno 4. JT.B. Robinson, tho
South African millionaire has received
a elegram from Pretoria, saying that
tho fpur leaders pf the Johannesburg
reform committco will be released on
' Filled CJieese Jill 1'asiei the Senate..
y8jnj$aTpN, f June 4.-At i p. m.
Thjprpday "'the senate passed without
amendment' the house bill as to filled
&& the" vote being,' yeas 37, nays 13.-
0J' 1 " ' '' f
A cream of tartar Tlalrlnp Pnwrinr. inchest
of on m leavening strength Latest Untteo
States Government Food Report.
nuni, dakiso fowDEii 1.0., lira wan at ,k.
(Tew and Interesting; Happenings Within
OHIO SILVER MEN
Meet at Columbus and faclcct Delegates to
tlio National Silver Convention.
Columdus, O., Juno 4. Tho free sil
ver confcrcnco held Wednesday was
not as largely attended as its project
ors expected. Tho advocates of free
silver who have not determined to
leavo their parties to secure unlimited
coinage of silver generally ignored
tho call, so' that only tho radical
wlnjr of tho silver party was
represented. Henry T. Niles, of
Toledo, was chairman and 11 13. Stark,
of Cleveland, who was tho populist
candidate for attorney general of the
state two years ago, ,was secretary.
Gen. A. J. Warner, president of tho
National bimetallic league, was pres
ent and addressed tho confcrcnco upon
the plans of the national silver conven
tion which is to bo held at St. Louis
on July 23. IIo said ho believed
that tho national democratic con
vention would adopt a free silver
platform; and if it did it would not be
necessary to hold tho silver convention,
but it would not do to presume that tho
convention would do this. At his sug-'
gestion ox-Congressman Ben Butter
worth, of Cincinnati; E. J. Blandin, of
Cleveland; II. T. Niles, of Toledo, and
A. J. Warnor, wero chosen delegates to
the silver convention. A committee
was appointed to solect the district
WILL STEAL AGAIN
If Ho Does Not Get Work A Conlot's
Letter to Gov. Dushnell.
CoLUJinus, O., June 4. Gov. Bu&hncll
Thursday received a letter from Lloyd
Lithgow, a Cincinnati convict, who was
recently pardoned fiom tho state pris
on. It is dated at Cincinnati, and
btates that Lithgow is unable to
get work, and that if he does
not find work within a week lie will go
to stealing again. He secured a pardon
mainly through the persistent efforts
of a new York woman, whom ho was to
marry when released. After getting a
pardon ho declined to marry her, and
the police ran him out of the city. His
pardon is conditional, and he may be
Will Decorato Confederate Graves.
Columbus, 0 June 4. Next Sunday,
for tho first time, tho local battalion of
the Fourteenth regiment will decorate
tho graves of tho 2,208 confederate sol
diers that aro burled here. This is tho
result of a very cordial reception given
tho regiment by the southern people
when it was at tho Chickamauga battle-field
last fall. The confederates
whose graves will be decorated died
while confined here as prisoners of
Ohio Crop Report.
Columbus, O., Juno 4. Tho state crop
report for the first of June, which was
Issued by tho stato board of agricul
ture Thursday, shows thatsince May 1
tho condition of the wheat crop has
fallen off six points. It was then placed
at 55 per cent, of a full average; now
It is put at 49. The wheat.came out from
the winter In bad condition and it is
being further injured by the ravages
of the Ilessiau fly, and smut and rust.
Illen- lls Head Off.
Washington, C. II., p., June 4. Lon
Hyer, one of tho best known farmers
In Fayette county, living about six
miles from this city, went out to kill a
chicken for his breakfast Thurs
day morning. A double-barroled shot
gun was used. Returning to the houso
ho set tho gun down. Tho remaining
barrel exploded, blowing the top of his
head off. Mr. Hyer leaves a wife and
The Loyal Legion.
Cincinnati, Juno 4. The Ohio com
mandery of the Loyal Legion held its
last meeting before the summer ad
journment at the headquarters in the
'Grand hotel Wednesday night. A din
ner followed tho business meeting, af
ter wjdeh Col. M. A. Cochran, of Ft.
Thomas, read a paper on his reminis
cences of prison life during tho late re
bellion. The Fireman Was Killed.
Memi-his, Tenn., June 4. Train No.
8, the Cincinnati, Louisville and Mem
phis Cannon JJall on tho C. & O. 8. W..
ran into a freight train on an open
switcn ai yingo, ivy., 4. nursday morn
ing. Fireman Ed Dean, of tho Cannon
Ball, and an unknown tramp were
killed. No passengers wero hurt,
jP i 1
Only Ono (Thousand Dollar.
pT. Louis, June 4. 1 Miss Holen
Gpuld's(glft t the Storm sufferers of
S.t.'Loulswasbut 81.0Q0. In some way
reports have got' abroad that she Sent
'a check fo'rSlOOiooo, This Is not truii,'
os Sl',000 IstKosum received nhdYko.
conted. &' x '' .?
Arrival and departure of Trains.
Dbpaiit-6:00 a. m"., 10:40 a. m., S.00 rm ll
AnmvE 3:05 a. m., 8-10 a. m 12:25, p. m 4:83
p. m o:0, p. m., 8:55 p. m.
T. A. 6.C. Ex.
mate 2. 10 p.m.. 9:00, 4:00 a,m
AmirvK 4.4, 12:15 p m. 7:80o. m.
C. &. M.
Leave 8:25a.m. 2:55p.a
11:15 a.m., 7:05 p. m
c. a, u,
LEAVE Aioaa -v. ja m-
Anly,B 10:40 a.m., 5:55 p. m
n T r o r... n..
South ...10:25,2:50 a.m.: 7:18. p. m
ORin 11:15 p.m,. 3:40, 7:23 a. m
1 Leather Belts
I For Ladies and Gentle-
I men; prices 25, 35 and 50c.
Scriven's Patent Elastic
& Drawers are worn by more
& good trade than any other
drawers in the market;
I price $1.00. We keep all
They can tell you what
they please about their
prices for Boys' and Men's
Suits and Pants, but be
fore you purchase get
prices at the "Star." We
are not going out of busi
ness, but our prices are all
right just the same. The
prices on paper, look and
read right,, but when you
see the goods they don't
always prove to be the
values advertised. Better
look around !
I STAR .
j CLOTHING I
Charges Against Armour Dismissed.
Chicago, Juno 4. At midnight Wed
nesday night by a vote of fifteen to two
the directors of the board of trade dis
missed the charges against Philip D.
Armour, P. D. Armour, jr., and J. O.
Gooden Armour, of the Arm of Armour
& Co., and by a voto of nine to eight
suspended for CO years A. I. Valentino,
manager of tho elevator department of
Armour & Co
Ucbrlng Sea Claim Treaty.
Washington", Juno 4. A cablegram,
from Ambassador Bayard Informed
Secretary Olney that ratifications of
the Behrlng sea claims treaty had been
exchanged In London Wednesday. Tho
treaty will not bo mado public hero
until Its promulgation in London as it
is desired to havo it appear simultane
ously in Great Britain and the United.
Hunting a Sladstone.
Clabksviixe, Tenn., Juno 4. Two
children of P. P. Rudolph, of the Third
district of this county, were bitten by
a mad dog, ono child having a leg lac
erated and tho other being bitten
through tho hand. Great excitement
prevails In that section, as two weeks
ago a mad dog bit the stock of a num
ber of farmers. Rudolph came hero
Wednesday In quest ota madstone.
Able to Kvado tho X.atr.
Columdus, Q., Juno 4. In splto of
tho law passed at tho last session of
tho legislature to prevent tho fire In
surance companies from compelling tho
insured to assume a certain percentage
of the risk, the companies havo framed
an evading clause which Attorney Gen
eral Monnett has declared "to bo legal.
An Ohio lloy Woo.
Martin's FEnnv, O., Juno 4. Ernest
G. Smith, of Martin's Ferry, won tho
Wayland pflzo at tho Yale Kent De
bating club.at New'IJaveni.CJ' 'Seven
states were represented In the debate.
The question was: "Resolved, "That
Upltcd States senators should bo
elected by a popular vote." '
A, yrea.cb.er Arrested.
Portsmouth, O., June 4. Rov. W.
W. Donaldson, loader of tflo Law and
Order leaguo in tho prosecution of the
Sunday ball players, was arrested Wed
nesday evening on two charges of fail
ure to secure building permits. It is
said that thla Is ft? jeghfn.(ng of the
Kpwortli'Leafne Convention, (
GALnnO.,-Juno 4, Mackbnri
was"crowda Wednesday with, Epwprl '
league delegates, inla'belng 'the opia
ing'day ofthe'second'annual eoavM
tlou of ths 'Cambridge dlytrfefc' iWO'-j';