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1 8 MURDERS
Afc Confessed by Orch
ard' jii His Testimony,
HE IS A BIGAMIST.
He Tells of the Assassination of
Steunenberg and of Attempts to
Hill Other Prominent Men.
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Boise, Idaho, Juno 7. -Harry Ordi
nal, crowned his admission of grao
crimes Thursday when, continuing his
cafe against William D. Haywood, ho
made a confession uf the murder or
Frank Steunenborg by an luforiial ma
chlttc that directly opens the waj for
hlsi own conviction and execution for
tho offense. Ho sworo that the as
sassination of Steunenberg was llrst
suggested by Haywood, was plotted b
Haywood, Moyer, Pettlbono and him
self, was (Inanced by Haywood and
was executed by himself, after the fal
uro of an attempt In which Jack Simp
kins had participated.
Orchard lifted the total of his own
murdered victims to IS. detailed tho
clrqumstances nnder which he tried to
murder oxOov. Peabody, Judgo God
dard, Judge Gabbcrt, Uen. Sherman
Bell, Dave Moffatt and Frank Hearne.
Incidentally he confessed to a plan to
kidnap tho child of one of his former
associates, Then under cross-examination
by the defense Orchard con
fessed guilt of the social crimes of de
serting bin young child and wife in On
tario, fleoing to British Columbia with
Habile Simpson, the wife of another
man, and committing bigamy by mar
rying n thlid woman at Cripple Creek.
Through tho shocking details of
murder plots, stories of secret bomb
maklns and tales of man hunts with
sawed off shotguns and Infernal ma
chines as weapons, the witness went
on In tho samo unlet offhand manner
thajj marked his demeanor Wednes
day. His voice dropped lo lower keys
as ho story of tho long hunt for
Steunenberg narrowed down lo tho
last day and he told of flic race from
thefhotel to the home to bent his vic
tim -with tho death trap and the meet
login the evening gloom as the victim
walked unconsciously to his death.
Through It all he winced but once nud
that was when the defense made him
namo his six sisters and Ills one
hrofher and give their residences In
Ontario and Now York.
Tfio defense fought tho story with a
multiplicity of objections and succeed
ed lu heading off an attempt to tell
th story of the murder of Arthur Col
lins at Tellurldo and temporarily shut
outtthe contents of a telegram receiv
ed and a telegram sent by Orchard af
ter his arrest Except for this the
state managed to get In Us story In
tact. The state began Its corroboration of
Orchard's crimson tale by producing
the lead casing of the Peabody bomb.
Orchard Identified It, swoie that he
brought It from Canon City to Denver
nud then on to Wallace, where he
gave It to a man named Cunningham.
It was thrown into the river, and the
state promises later to prove its recov
ery. Cheyenne, Wyo , Juno 7. Patrick
Moran, the Cheyenne saloonkeeper
mentioned In Hurry Orchard's testi
mony Wednesday as having gone to
Denver to get $500 from Pettlbone for
Orchard and Neville, denies that he
ever! saw Orchard or over went to
Denver for him or anyone elso un
such, an errand.
Police Inquiry Produces Sensations.
Kansas City. June 7. Sensations
developed Thuisday In tho jiollcn in
vestlgatlon. Matthew Kinney, a de
tective, and John L. Huntsman, n pa
troleman, were dismissed, Klnnoy for
utrlking Huntsman ,on the head with a
revolver, and Huntsman for buying
diamonds from a thief. Harry L.
Stegc, photographer for the pollco de
pal tment, testified that ho had been
ordorcd to removo soveral pictures
from the rogues' gallery, declaring
that.W. H, Bates, a detective, had told
hlra.hal one man would give him 7100
to get his picture out of tho gallery.
"It's' easy money,' Stege reported
Bates as saying. "Why don't you go
r Miners' Strike Is Settled.
Deadwood, 8. D.. June 7. The strike
Df miners which has 'tied up business
In the Black Hills for more than five
months was settled Thurda . This
ntrlko was called January 1. upon the
refusal of iho mlno operators to grant
tho eight-hour day to their employes.
Tho operators' proposition that the
flight-hour day be granted, but that
tho minors consent to a reduction of
25 cents per day, for three months,
was, accepted by the union.
r Dan Coughlin Is Arrested.
MgliHfl, Alai .Uinjfc-DdJi Coughlin,
cx-djjMlvo ifi)'d Isaluieebor In Chi
cago, wanted" ihatMlyilor.Jiiry br.
Iiery, has been arrested hore. Cough
lln, who was going under iho namo of
Davfs, anlyod hero a few days ago
Ship's Captain Blew Up His Crafi,
'J'tlnla. Juno 7 Authentic accounts
of tho destruction of tho sailing vessel
laden with upntraband ammunition lu
tb,o Slclnlty of Port ZarzlMs, near the
frontier of Tilpoll, Wednesday, Indl
catetbat she was either a Malteeo or
Gr"eek vessel which had boeii run
ashore to oscapo a pursuing Tuik
Isk, fvossel When who was boarded
byCk spougo gathorors her captain
nMK tho nugazlUo, with tlio result
tlt-3G of thtfse tncii worn killed or
drowned, a scute wot a Injured utld not
dsb of tho crew wac uiiod. Tha -, usual
&M blown to atoms.
"AFTER THE CEREMONY THE HAPPY PAIR WILL LEmVE FOR AN EH
TENDED HONEYMOON." JUNE NEWS ITEM.
If the Winter-Resort Boomers Have Any Advertising 'Left Over It Might Be
Used to Advantage Nov.
WAS BLOWN OUT TO SEA.
A Man in an Airship Narrowly
capes Death In the Ocean,
Rostou, June 7. The breaking down
of his motor, which allowod tho air
ship he was navigating to bo blown
x'awaid. almost resulted In the death
of Lincoln Beachy, off Revere Beach,
Beachy had made a seven-mile Jour
ney from Itevero Beach to Boston, j
Railing high over tho city and passing
over the sleeplo of the Park Street
church and the state house dome, i
finally lauded on Boston Common,
where thousands of persons were at
traded liv the nlrsliln.
on tho return journey to itevcm
neacn ute motor necanie uisnDiuu
when the aeronaut was a mile oft
"hore. over Boston harbor, and the
alishlp was carried some distance sea-
waid. Beachy managed to partially
repair his engine so as to get back to
the vicinity of Hovero Beach. When
soveral hundred feet off shore the air-
Hlilp nettled rapidly and It looked ns
If Beachv would be thrown Into tho
water and entangled beneath his air
ship. .Men In rowboats and launches
who hastened to his assistance seized
the drag rope and were able to tow
him and his appaalus ashore before
he struck the water.
SHORT PIECES Of NEWS.
"JlniuiV Hritt, and Battling Nelson
have htgned article.) for a 20-round
fight on the night of July 3 In Sail
Trusts, tho railroads and the tariff
will bo the Issues In the next presi
dential campaign in the opinion of
William J. Rryan as expressed in a re
The .I.tpjiieso press is becoming out
spoken and unless an assurance la
made to lnsuro the safety of Japanese
In San Francisco, it Is feared that the
friendly rolntlons between both na
tions will be endungered.
Conowlngo bridge, a covered wood
en, structure a mile In length over tho
Susquehanna river, about ten miles
north of Port Deposit, Md , hns been
destroved by lire of probably incen
diary rfrlgin. Loss $100,000.
A Battle Over Rules Is Imminent.
Columbus, 0., Juno 7. Ballioads In
Ohln nnt nmv flllnir thn new par hpi-v.
Ice rules with the state lallioad com-
mission. These rules take effect Juno
l.'i. The railroads aro filing these
nilos as applying to lnter-state busi
ness only, and It is probable that when
they go Into effect legal complications
will ensue. The railroads claim that
so far as lnter-state business is con
cerned tho old rules now in forco ap
ply and will use the stato commission
rules only on business entirely within
Knox Announces His Candidacy.
Now York, Juno 7. United States
Senator Philander C. Knox, of Penn
sylvania, last night announced his
willingness to become a candidate for
the presidency In 1908 should the re
publican party nnnllnato him. Sena
tor Knox's position was mado known
in expressing his appreciation of tho
action of the republican state conven
tion at Harrlsburg, Pa., which endors
ed him as a candidate for that nfllce.
Will Try to Oust the Standard,
at. Paul, Minn.. Juno 7. Tho stato
af Minnesota le about to begin suit to
oust tho Standard Oil Co. from tho
otatfl. Tho suit will be based upon na
alleged violation of tho so-called Hln
ton Jaw, which provides that the prlco
of oil must ho uniform throughout, thn
state, allowanco bolng mado for ship,
ping charges. '
A Big Strike Is Averted.
Torre Haute, Ind., Juno 7. Tho
Joint board of mine workois and oper
ators of Indiana last night agreed re
garding differences and the strike
which threatened to Involve between
4.000 and C,000 mon was ayertod Hotb,
sides made concessions.
Must Not Wear Union's Emblem.
Chicago. June 7. Members of tho
Chicago tire department will not be al
lowed to wear the omblom of their
union while on du(y. Flro Murshal
lout ltititcd au otdcr to this olfoct
THE MAftlON DAILY MIRftOft, , IIUDAY, JUKE 7,
Such Is McClelland Viqw
of the Recount Bill.
Says Bill Passed by Legislature Does
Not Provide for a Recount of
All Votes for Mayor in 1905.
New York, Juno 7, .Mayor McClel
Ian on Thursday made public his mes
sage to the legislature In opposition to
the bill passed for a recount of tho
votes cast lu the last mayoralty elec
tion In this city. It was announced at
the city hall that Patrick K. McGowan,
piesldcnt of the board of aldermen
and acting mayor, who presided at tho
public hearing on the recount meas
ure, heie this week, would send his
veto of the bill to Albanj to-day.
"The bill im, on its fac." sas Mayor
McClellan In his message, "dishonest
He notes the failure to provide for
a full recount of all tho votes and de
clares that he, as a successful candi
date, is denied the right of asking for
a l (.'count In a single one of tho dis
tricts other than those named In the
"Such a law," ho continues, '"makes
It juisslblo to overthiow the squares!
and fairest election ever held, provid
ed only the plurality is small enough
to make such an attempt worth
Tho mayor continues: "Mr. Hearst,
neither In his original contest nor by
means of proposed legislation such as
this bill, has ever sought a recount or
recanvass of the whole vote, but has
continually aimed at a partial recan
vass of those districts where I receiv
ed, my pluralities. The governor has
stated mure than nnco that the grant-
lug of a recount was a simple act of
Justice. May I ask what ovJdenco he,
!has that Injustice has over been dono?
Is it not his nfain duty, not only to me.
but to all citizens of Now York, If ho
has such ovldeneo to disclose it?
".My duty has been clear to mo from
the beginning; to allow opportunity
for full investigation of the charges of
my adversary as far as I could con
scientiously permit, but to fight every
attempt to permit litigation for the
purpose of disorganizing the city gov
ernment. Tho charge thnt I, for tho
purpose of holding my office, was will
ing to conceal a fraud, scorned to mo
so far beneath contempt as to bo un
worthy of my attention."
Railroad Convicted on 15 Counts.
Springfield. III., June 7. The Wa
bash railroad on Thursday came In for
the largest number of convictions
ever had In the United States district
court for tho Southern district of Illi
nois. A Jury, after being out 45 min
utes, returned a verdict finding the
road guilty on 15 of 17 counts alleging
violations of the lnter-state commorco
law by falling to havo freight cars
equipped with safoty appliances. At
torneys for tho road will file- a motion
for a new trial. ",
His Fortune 06 We, He' Suicided.
Salt Lake. June ".Having1 exhaust,
ed a fortune of $80,000 which ho In
herited from his slstor, n victim of Uio
Windsor hotel fljo In Now York, Illch
ard M. Uourno, a mhilng bioker, on
Thursday took his own life. His body
was found In City creek canyon by
boys. Ills loft wrist had been slashed
with n razor and two lovoiyer bullWo
had been dlschaigcd Into his brain.
Cost of Living In France Increases.
Paris, Juno 7, The Increase In the
orlco of biead from four to ftvo cents
pur pound, dun to tho i lac In tho price
gf wheat, la uligady goiioral In Paris
and okteudlng to Hie Interior cities,
Tho nouHpaiieru complain that tho In
ereuse. In the coJ,of lvHg Is no con
nnnd to broad, 'but altecs all' com
Down Grade and Ran Into
an Electric Car.
ONE MAN IS KILLED,
Another Probably Fatally Injured and
a Third Badly Hurt Accident
in 200-Mile Endurance Run.
Now York, June 7. The 200-mllo
endurance automobile run. undor thn
auspices of tho New York Motor club
ended lu tho loss of ore llfo and too
serious. If not fatal, Injury of two
other persons about three, miles cast
of Albany last night, when ono df tho
automobiles crashed Into an .electric
Clarenco McKenale, of New York,
president of tho Standard Brako Co.,
was killed Instantly.
W. II. Mosher, a bicycle pollcoman,
of New York City, and W. J- Swan, of
New Britain, Conn,, chauffeur, aro In
a hospital. Mosher Is badly Injured.
Swan is said not to' bo so seriously in
Tho car In Iho accident was among
the leaders' In tho raco. Tho scene of
the collision was at Clinton Heights, a
station on the Albany-& Hudson third
rati electric line system.
Tho main road crosses tho tracks at
this point and thoro Is a steep incllno
In the road. Tho automobile was go
ing down tho hill and tho electric car
going up a steep grade. The machlno
was making good timo when it crash
ed Into the car. Tho occupants wero
thrown from tho automobile, McKcn
zlo being hurled over nn electric cablo
suspended several feet above tho
ground. It Is bejlovcd that death was
Mosher sustained fractures of tho
skull, Jaw and hip and probably in
ternal Injuries. Swan sustained se
vere injuries about tho head and body.
Eighteen of tho machines which
started from Now York finished be
fore 31 o'clock last night, the first ar
riving shortly after G o'clock and tho
rest coming in at intervals during tho
Newark Man Win Championship.
Columbus, O., Juno 7. Tho L. C.
Smith cup for tho championship of
Ohio was won by J. B. Taylor, of New
ark, with a perfect score at tho tourn
ament of tho -OhloWiTrapsbooters'
league which closed TJmrsday. Tay
lor broke CO straight targets, Tho five
men team contest for the shooting
and fishing trophy was won by the Co
lumbus team with a score of 204. Tho
Dayton team was second with a score
of 194. Crosby had tho high nverago
of the professional shooters for tho
day with a scoro of 149 out of 153. Thn
next state tournament will bo held in
Columbus In 1908.
Warm Reception Awaits Alleged Spy,
Denver, Juno 7. Tho Times says:
A sonsatlona) opening ot the conven
tion of tho Western Federation o
Miners 1b promised should Harry Hid
den, president of tho Eureka, Utah,
union, and an elected delegate to tho
convention put in an appearance. Tho
charge made against lllddoll Is that ho
has been employed for two years as a
spy for a detective agency, and has
used his lOfflce to aid In discovering
secrets of tho so-called "Inner circle."
Vollva'e Authority It Recognized.
Chicago, June 7. Wilbur G. Vollva
on Thursday given an Injunction In
tho fedoral court hero which restrains
Deacon John A. Lewis, John C.
Hatley, receiver of tho Zlon City prop
erty, and others from Interfering with
him fin the head ot all tho affairs of
tho Christian Catholic church of Ziou.
Ho alleged conspiracy existed to oust
him as head of the church, to which
position he says ho was elected.
Reign of Terror Is Renewed.
Lodz, Russian Poland, June 7.
Thoro has been another rclgn of tor
rorand violence In this city since Juno
2. 'Eleven persons have been killed,
including two mill owners, and 37
have been wounded. Tho workmen
have formed a vigilance" commlttco
which every night executes one or
moro bandits or Terrorists,
Sent Children to Pasteur Institute.
Columbus, O,, Juno 7. Two of six
children bitten by a littlo dog that was
pronounced mad by (he state board ot
health Wednesday, dovoloped 111 ef
fects from the bites and were rushed
to the Pasteur institute at Chicago
Collections wero taken up by railroad
men for them. Two other children
whtrjjwpro bitten by tho dog wore
rushed to Chicago Wednesday night,
M An Embezxjer Is Sentenced.
Qolumuus, 0(, June7.IIurrySmith
b6dkkeeper of ths Hocking Valley
'hank., at Lancaster, pleaded guilty
Thursday to tho charge of embezzle
mont of tho bank's funds und was
given a sontenco of seven years. Ho
was taken to tho penitentiary immodl
n'oly. Womun Acquitted of Murder Charge.
Contorvllle, Mo., June 7. Mrs. Mary
B. Spaugh was on. Thursday acquitted
ot complicity id the killing of Sheriff
Polk, of Iron county. One of her sons,
William Spaugh, Is under sentence of
death for the killing, and another, Ar
thtir Spaugh, Is serving ttO years In
the penitentiary for the same crltno.
Helen M. Cougar Dies,
Lsfftyotto, Hid,,, Juno 7, Heloq M.
Gnugar, the welt known temporance
leader and lectUrer dropped dead at
iter Juiiuo hero Vrldiiy, of heart, frtlluw,
Slio way 70 years old.
Doctor Said Consumption
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Motormen Appear In Court.
Klyrla, O., Juno 7. Motormnn
Charlos Frauendlener, whoso careless
ness caused tho wreck in tills city on
May 30, appeared In court Thursday
with Attorney Miller, of Clevoland.
Tho attorney asked for moro time to
consider -whether ho will fllo a de
murrer to tho Indlctmontor permit his
client to plead to tho Indictment for
manslaughter. Tho case was set Tor
hearing next Wednesday. Five Greon
lino motormen appeared before Mayor
Chapman and entered pleas of not
guilty to tho charge of operating their
cars In tho city limits at a greater
speed than the law allows.
Murdorer Cornelius Is Given a Respite
Columbus, O., Juno 7. An nppeal to
Gov. Harris by Dean Cornelius, tho 11-year-old
son of James Cornelius, of
Canton, was followed Thursday by tho
postponement of the father's execu
tion for murder In tho first degree.
Cornellua was to havo been electrocut
ed last night. Tho boy was brought
here by his uncle. Tho governor
granted a respite to tho condomncd
man until Juno 21. Cornelius was con
victed of wlfo murder. It Is claimed
by his friends thnt he was crazed by
liquor when ho committed tho crimo
and therefore Is not guilty of murder
iu tho first dcgice.
Her Fourth Husband Killed Her.
Youngstown, 0., Juno 7. Wllbort C.
Harrington, who on Wednesday night
shot his wlfo and then hlmsolf In Los
Angeles, resided horo In 1005, at which
time ho was employed lu nn Iron
works. Mrs. Harrington wns formerly
Mrs. Fred GerdeB and Is tho mother of
four children by thnt marriage. She
was divorced from Gerdes. Her elope
ment with 'Harlngton, was her fourth
matrimonial venture In a letter re
ceived here lately by her daughter.
Mrs. Harrington said sho Intondnd
leaving Los Angelos for Youngstown
Gen. McMncken Is Given Office.
Washington, Juno 7. Tho presfdent
on Thursday appointed Gen. William
V. McMackeu as collector of Intornal
revenue at Toledo. Tho following
statement regarding tho appointment
was made at tho White House: "This
appointment was rocommonded by
both senators, and upon full Investiga
tion tho preBldont finds that Gen. Mc
Mackeu is moro gonornlly supported
than any other candldnte named, lie
causo ho has tho united support ot all
the ropubllcaiiB or the district and
also hjis tho recommendation of both
MeSsrs.4 Southard and Urown, repre
senting opposing factions in Lucas
cou'pty, tho chief county of the dis
trict. Moro than all, Gen. McMackon
has! boon recommended junst.'blglily to
the.prcsldont by thfl'tratlnnifl guard."
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Want. Pipe Line Company Enjoined,
FJndlay, O., Juno 7. George II.
Phelps on Thursday fllod an notion
against tho Stnndard Oil Co., asking
tho court to enjoin tho Duckoyo Plpo
Lino Co. from transporting oil through
Its linos from western oil fields bo
longing to any person identlflod with
tho 'Standard Oil trust. Tho action ot
transporting oil In this manner Is al
leged to bo a conspiracy agalnBt trade.
Will Build Coko Ovens In Jollet.
Jollet, III., June 7, Plans for tho
erection of 280 ooko ovens in Jollet
aro rinnouncad. Tho Illinois Stool Co.
will oxrond 12,030,000 on this industry
In the next 21 months. Tho annual
output will bo 800,000 tons of coke.
Tho ovous will supply coko (for four
blast furijcofl bore.
Long Spree Ended In Death.
Cleveland, Juno 7. Tho end of what
tho coroner says was a sprco of sov
eral weekB camo tragically lo Marlon
Majalsky, 45 years of age. His dead
body was found by his son Thursday,
lying at thoMiottom of a branch of tho
Ohio & ICrlo canal, running to tho
Isewburg mills of tho American Steel
and Wire Co. Deputy Coronor McNeil
believes tho man stumbled over a wire
fence that runs along tho canal edge,
fell Into tho water, taking several
lnncths ot wlro with him. nnd there,
his fept helplessly entangled, drowned.
Dall Players Captured the City.
Steubenvllle, 0., Juno 7. The Acme
glass worlt3, employing 1,300 men,
was Idlo Thursday because Bomo ot
tho baseball enthusiasts at tho estab
lishment loft tholr work to wolcomo
Needham and Hates, of tho Hoston Na
tional, who arrived In town Wednes
day. Tho absoncd of theso mon crip
pled the woiks. Many others wero
missing nnd It was decided to shut
down altogether for the day, Tho
town Is given over to tho ball pluyors
and tholr friends.
New Railroad Company Incorporates.
Canton, O., Juno 7. -Tho Akron,
Canton & Youngstown nallway Co.,
of Canton, capital $200,000, wan incor
porated Thursday by fl. W. Davis,
Isaac II. Taylor, ATllllam Simpson, H.
H. Stewart and M. L. Hacklo. They
may uso cither steam or oluctrlclty,
nnd tho lino connects tho cities men
tioned In tho name, pausing through
Summit. Portage, Stajk and Mahoning
Arrested on a Chaige of Murder.
Clovoland. Juno 7. A solution of
tho Patrick Hogan murder mystory
may result from tho arrest hero
Thursday of Leo Fowler, of Poits
mouth, O. Ho was charged with tho
minder. Hog.in was found dead under
tho Contrnl viaduct last December.
Burglars Visited a Depot.
Uppor Sandusky, O., Juno 7. Tho
snfo lu tho olllce of tho Toledo & Ohio
Contrnl railroad at Sycamoro was
blown open by buiglars Wednesday
night, hut the amount taken haw not
been rovoaled by oulclnls. Tho safe
King's Siilte at Windsor.
To many pcoplo tho most Interest
ing parts of Windsor castlo are the
lirlvato npartmonts occupied by tho
lato queen, and also by King Udward
and Queen Aloxandrla. Tho suite Is
approached from a small circular hall,1'
hung round with tho lata queen's fa
vorlta fnmlly pictures, especially rep
Ves'ontatlons of all hor children's wed
dings, which sho always had palutod
as mementoes of (ho deepest Interest-!
In this gqllcry sho kept all hori
most priced possessions, ono of which t
was n crystal case containing Gen,
Gordon's Dlblo, open at his favorite'
chapter. Tho lato quceu hud always
cherished tho greatest admiration for
Gordon, and wns known to bo deeply'
grloyod ovor his fate. This Bible had
been presented to her by Cordon's sis
ter lu prlvnto audlcnco,
Anothor pomoBsion most doar to
hor, which was always kept In a sort
of oak shrino, and only oponqd and
shown to hor moat Intltriato rrfqndiv
wa8 the- beautiful atatno lu pnro Car-,
ram marblo ot b&niclt.
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finally decided to take DUFFY'S PURE
MALT WHISKEY, with little hope of the
result that followed. Slowly the coughing spells
lessened in frequency and the quantity thrown
up also became less, and mv strength which had
sadly failed, is now as good as ever. I feel that
I am caved, and that I owe my good fortune to
the timely use of DUFFY'S PURE MALT
WHISKEY." ANDREW MAYER, 470
Grove St., Brooklyn, N. Y., Oct. 30th, 1906.
Tho (United States) regular army,
which Is regarded as tho basis or skel
eton of a much larger army In time of
war, Is probably both as to officers and
mon the best physically, the moft In
telligent, the most highly trained and
th most perfectly equipped.. ot any.
nrmy In the world. London Spectator.
British Rea Tape.
The only oxpenso of tho parish
council of Queen Camel, a Somerset
shire (England) village, for a recent
year was 2a 2d for a check book. Yet
tho account had to be taken to Win
canton, eight miles nwny, to bo audit,
ed, thus necessitating a 5s stamp, 7s
tfd for hire of a conveyance and a
niiui'a time for moro than halt a day.
SALE OF BONDS
. Honied prHrsuI,s will bu lcccivcd
-I tl.e oIIIl-o ol S. T. Qu'lpy, City
Auditor, M.uion, Ohio, until 4 p.m.
inly 10, !JuY, for the purchase o
Ion bonds ot' .i1000 each, issued fax
Iho pui'jxiso f paying the cHy'si
joition of ccrtnin s tract improve
ments. DoiiiIk bear date of June 1,
1007, iutoiost at 4 l-'J pur cent.,
puyalilu hoiiii-iiiuiually al the Cily
I icuMiry. JJomls mature ns follows:
One lioiid, iMait'li 1, each yenr, 1011
lo 11120, both inclusive, payable ill
iSitiil boil Is nio UtAtiod undor See
lion ."VI oj" 'he Ohio Municipal Code,
mill will be void to thu highest und
lust bidder for not less than par
and iu'ctvjjI interest. Tho right to
eject an ''nd all bids :s recurved,
l-'auli bid must be accompanied by
n oortil'iod check for .flOO, payable
to Uio City Tieiismor, us u giiarnn
Ice ol' good t'nith.
S. T. QUIGLBV,
U-7-ll City Auditor.
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