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TMt DikMbONATIC CONVEN.
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4lOSS"filF FEY IS DEFEATED.
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Action of itii" Credentials Commlttss
tn 'Throwing Ouf Some of Ouffey's
h I Friends It Sustained,
- 387 to 618.
liehrsr, July J. Two sessions of the
Wsfecritlo national convention nsro held
Wedhtsdav. the flrlt ht noon producing
iferyah dtmotistratlon breaking alt ree
ds in attrition, the sscona at it p. m.,
Ink the culmination of the struggle
er the credntaU Of the Pennsylvania
CtUtatloii and the supremacy of tin
fennsifvanl leader, Col. Cluffcy, whe
hka bttn denounced by Mr, Drjau.
t 'fne committee on credentials conclud
id Its' labors shortly after 10 o'clock
ivTdh,sdayI' nflr having "been in contin
uous session since t o'clock Tuesday af
Wrnbotk Not attempt was made to re
ijrlct the time for the presentation ol
evidence fn tho various contests, the
proceedings In which were all conducted
with 6ptn doors. The Ohio and Pennsyl-
Jitma. ' cave provoked milch bitterness
com tlie opposing sides.
Coh James 31. Onrtey of Pittsburg
Went down to defeat before the commit
tie In all hla contested cases, the con
testants all being seated by u vote ot
ft to is.
i n the Idaho ease the M,ormon faction
were put to rout, th committee decld
ink in favor of the Dubois faction, who
tfere the seated delegates, by u vote bt
U to 20.
Tilt Nineteenth Ohio district again
wEs given to Tom Johnson of Cleveland,
who1 appeared tn the committee room
ant) made k strong plea that the action
of'' tlte imtlonal committee might be sus
tained, lit the Ninth Ohio district the anti
Johnson delegates were allowed to re
tain their seals.
ThV committee made short work of the
New York. Illinois and District of Co
lumbla contests, unanimously sustaining
t(l action of thn national committee in
The tight of Oklahoma for 18 dele
gates Instead of 14 roMilted In a vic
tory for. the new state. The claim of
Oklahoma was based on the allegation
(hat there had been an Incorrect uppor
ionment of the districts and the com
mittee accepted that view.
' The Vote lit the1 committee on creden
tials on the Pcntlsyvknla contest 'Miotvcd
it' states, InclVldlhg New Yoik, voting
fclth Col. Ouffey's forces. 'As the latter
sHi antl-llryan, the Altitude of these 14
sliies was legariled us showing a sig
nificant tindercurrent of sentiment. The
siJies 'otlng with the OufTey forces
wre: tfkw York, New Jersey, Tennea
fie', Texas, Virginia, West Virginia, Del
aWur. Illinois, Ohio, lllnncsotn, Geor
gls', Louisiana, Kentucky, Maryland.
"The early meeting ot the convention
vrAs productive of little practical prog
rets, an the principal committees were
not, rtahy tb report. But tt had the ef
fect of ililowlrlc an explosion of long pent
Jltf Hryun enthusiasm, whUh took the
sjgnat from Senator Oore'a eloquent ref
erence to the Nebraska leader, and burst
Iblo. a whirlwind of nUiuslustle tribute
is'itjiig one hour and 19 minutes, with
W minutes more of the expiring
ichpe of clamor establishing the con
vilitlorl record of an hour and 26 mln-
Ufe', or 3 minutes In exress ot the
? seven aemonsiranon ni cnicago,
Ch held the record until Wednesday,
It tvsn n dsrlded exhthltlnn of tils
Hlfenith of the llrian column, and cm.P""1 Kod wlu ' ll' convention
'rk ni i j. i ., , I
in uje inuvi iiraiuuiic vuiiveiuiuii yiu-
Hit ps ever presented as tho standards of
ttte itites wern torn from their moor
ing and bbrhe through the hall, until
hty, stood together on tho platform like
rji, army ot banners, proclaiming their
iitllled allegiance to Aryan. Amid this
siertn 'of llryatf demonstration the sit
Htsndardd bf New York, New Jersey,
Pt-liiftare, Oeorgla, Minnesota end Con
ii'jlrut stood rooted on their places, the
rallying, points of little groups unmoved
Ur the Trensled scenes about them.
iThrobglloUt the hour and lit minutes
t'fie dtufeitlng uproar continued, ebbing
sljil' flowlni; Irj intensity, women Joining
Mltfi the men In bearing the Urjan stan
tiirhn aloft, while the whole assembUgo
pf'ip.OOO people Joined In the tumultuous
deltionstratlon. The early session lasted
tr.fee hours and then, worn out with ex
ertion' and lacking the material to pro-!Nd.-Wlth
business, the convention re
i.'ttftd yntli night.
ffc.AMhe night session the galleries were
rMl. filled long before the flrst delegates
tWtan to make 'their appearance, tin
vdii? tho glow of thousands of electric
Udlbs the vonvontlon hall showed to the
.Jyi'th the vast audience in 'Its place,
fh scene, was a brilliant ou6,
!J3)H Officers of tho convention and the
yrfyppers of the credentials committee
w&o' In a panto as the time approached
VW 'Opening the lonvontlon because the
.ifMorlty report of the committee was
Ruling, The precious document was In
Ihtff possession of the stenographer and
IflVr'ould not be found,
V-rl'lik i on vent km orflclals after a short
CfiH'rnc decided that no work should
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e undertaken by tho convention at the
WjrV setstqn except to consider the re-
peri oi in creueniiais committee, lie
Iit.' on the majority and minority re
MfjS, It wus agreed, should be limited
Jtf SO minutes on each side. The report
otiie committee on permanent orsan
lwllon and the speech ot Chairman
nliyton wfnt oVer until Thursday,
, went over limit -inursuay. i
JO fc. nipth raport of the com-'
Slttee on credentials wan brought to the
but Chairman Dell had wandered off
ahd could noti be located and the dele
tes and spectators put In another perl
iVof inactivity while "meeseiiKtrs were
afe'surlriit the Ian to brine the cliairmau
tV.liU deekiand hUt duty,
vcoi. uuttey, about wiiom tn storm ol
tfca nlflit was wpeted.to tenter, op-
wared 'on th floor shcrtly after 4
.Wock-'atal Immediately was 'surrounded
bir-4tiumber of his sympathisers'.
When ChaU-man" Bell bad been' brought
ImsJi.t after brlnxlne down his gMvl"m
i,pldtatto he gave VrfnUonc uiors
to hie stereotyped cry:
4'Th .convention, will M In 01
tUmeft Vlll talto thllr Kits"
1 Tito' gfllleHo flhAlly helpert i
i ti'ib' rrtiirffoit nhsllv helneA the chair
man oit arid' their Storm ot blssr qdTt
ill 'th turbuUncA on th floor, tt wbb
8,1 when the business 'pf thn evnlnir
wrb liken tip.
lr, Ormqnrie of Florida was recou
nted to move thai H-prfentativn
Wclimond 1. Ilobson of Alabama be Tn
vltKl to address th6 convention.
Mingled with the i-beers for "Ilobson,
Hobson," were many crl of "No, no."
Chairman Dell put the motion to n
vlva'voc vote and there a a rbmlnif
storm of "aye" and "mf," some of the.
delegated supplemenllilK their' hegntlve
votes W demands Of "Clhe' its commit-
te reports: we want to do llbsln'ss."
Tleose permit the chair td announce
the result," said the chairman ns soon
n he could be heard above the con
fusion. "1 have a verv sensitive ear
and t decide that the vote Is a tie. It is
thttefora the pilvtlege nf the thnlr to
cart the deciding: vote. 1 coat Itf the af
firmative, and Congressman Ilobson Ii
Imlted to nrtdreti the convention."
Cheers and a few hisses followed Hob
son to the ttand. He then began to dis
cuss the .Inpanese Incidents of several
months ntro at Vaticouver and Sh Krnn-
clsco. After Ilobson had been speaklntf
for IB minutes, tile crowd began to kiow
restless and cries of "Time!" came from
floor and gnllerles.
In concluding his address Ilobson de
clared that If the bemocratlc partv was
Hticcersfiil In tho election, he believed
that It would before thri end of' four
jears "have a great foreign war on Its
Instantly there came from the conven
tion ii chorus tff mingled groans, cut
colls, hlre and cries of "No, no." Jlob
eoli was compelled to cease his speech
entirely, hut stood calm, determined to
finish his 'address.
"Sly countrmen, my message Is near
ly tluough," said Ilobson when he had
attention, A ny of "Amen!" sent n galo
of laughter over the hall.
Henrv D. Clayton.
Permanent i.uuirinuii m me" Convention.
"If this great war comes" "Id Hob
Hon with Intense earnestness, "thn party
Upon which the responsibility comes will
he HroUtul to powder. I believe ut this
Juucttile we fchould place the responsi
bility vvheie It belongs upon the party
now Id power, and which has neglected
to provide adequate coast defenses." He
was for u time lu-aul In silence, but n
roar t.r luughter went up when a voice
far In the renr rhoi.ted "Hurt ah for
Ilobson closed with a plea that when
the Democrats artede to power In the
nation they so prepare to ward off war
Chairman Hell announced that the
committee on credentials would not be
realv to teport for reveial minutes
"TIiIm afternoon." said Btll. " 1 sent
n committee down Into the New York
delegation to escort to the platform Sen
ntor Charles A. Tow tie" That was ua
far ns the chairman was allowed to pro
ceed unit Tovvne took the rostrum amid
Mr. Tow ne's address was brief and he
left the platform with the distinctly ex-
'Pnvlr.r. Tsvlnr." rrted mflliv of
Taylor, Taylor," cried many of the
delegate?, remembering the Invitation of
the Afternoon to the Tennessee senator.
Mr. Callahan of Massachusetts, chair
man of the committee on credentials,
was In the alslo clamoring for recogni
tion when Henat6r Taylor 'was escorted
to the rlage. "I have only a few words
to say, u brief mecsnge from the south,"
he Mid. "That meusagg Is this, wipe
out the (.ectional line so far as politics is
When Chairman Callahan read the de'
rlrlon of the commttlco in favor of the.
contestants ngatnst Quffey In Pennsyl
vania, there wore a few hlsseo and some
uppluuxo, Mr, Callainn concluded by
moving the adoption of the report.
"I second that motion," shouted a del
egate from Indiana.
The hnlrman stated the question and
then recognized I, 1.. Htrnua of Mary
land, who read the inlhotlty repot t,
which recommended that the contesteea
In the Pennsylvania cnxes be seuted.
flov. IlaMtcJl of Oklahoma moved that
deh.ite bo limited to SO minute" on either
hide. Tile motion vvuh carried, -tho vol
ume of "noes" belnir quite Htnall und
emanating almost wholly fom Ponnsjl
vflnh. Tin? chairman recognized Chairman
Callahan of thu credentials- committee
ns the first xpmker In bcliulf of the ma
Tile llrst .irs-akrr for the minority re
Kt Wits Mr,' Mtrntio, wh hnd piselt
The closing specth for tho majority
and tho bint of the debute wub by Uov.
llunkell pf Oklahoma.
Uov. llaakeli i(inrxed the Pennsylvania
contestant with lich)g the tools pf tho
Htiindai'l OH Co, Ho said the cotiven
ttou should ay to the ronteteeH, "Co
l.udc o your .Standard Oil tanks," ami
limlaptty he Wad drowned with u yell of
approval, which wax mingled with man
"I've hmrd th.it hlssliiR Hound roqie
. if ib i-!rv linn hiamr ilt.ii. I' .i, ., . i ., .1
,,"i " " "i' "" "" "ir nitiunu
'' 'a"1'"" 1' the lonveutlon broke
into a i'-r ci lausnier uno appi.vuye,
He contliileil liv xlfongly iirglnt; the
adoption r the Uiijorllv report
Tha prevl un miostliin haylliir hee'n
mllinl fdi' Chr.Inniin JWLI wits a bunt to
put It tt ii vli-v voce, vote when it roll
call wua depended and minted
"Tjie ftiiefllou I) on the iidiplhiii o
lll mliwi'" rf-PMt In plate of that t
J'" ' "i i'.T"r lePJrt telutliitf to
I'ennsylialiW " iuiunee.i t'liahnwti
i iinns ne iincie-j i..e urn: u nRiu
i j'!wf iijh r !
nTI t i.i ,nni,ituin 3. yeae and
JU rji.yi. Th ar.nuurumejH vv-uuyt:
twt k,hibti bwtt mwtoh THttftStoAY, JULY ft,
ed with great cheering.
The inajorltyroport was then adopted
by a viva voc Votl. ' Oreat coftftlslofS
followed the announcement of the result
of the roll call, but through tile' Uproar
filtered a motion, to adjourn liittll 11
o'clock Thursday Trlcrnlng. It wai dec:
onded In a flash rind carried with a
shout, and the delegates made for the
After reaching an agreement on a
plank oh the question bt Injunction and
anhouhcthg the fact, the sdb-rOmmlttei
on platform having that subject th
charge lntt iilght failed to stipplr the
full committee with the document and
thus cauied a tuspensloh of the entire
proceeding on that question. Not ony
did the stib-commtttee fall to present Its
report, but up to UtJO o'clock neither
Mr. Wllllnm nor Mr. Sullivan Of the
euh-rommttteo lirtd put In an appearance
at the committee meeting. During the
evening there was much dtsctfslon with
labor leaders of the Injunction plank,
and while It wne asterted that the offl
cera of tho Federation of Labor were
satisfied with tho planlt, other repre
sentatives of labor made loud protests
tifeatnsl the omlsMon of the provision
demanding notlre In advance in Injunc
At it ;20 p. ni. It was announced that
the full sitb-rommlttee 'had passed upon
alt but three or four subjects to bo dealt
with and members of the eub-r6mmlttee
expressed full confidence that the sub
committee would bo able to present a
complete report when the fult committee
meets at 9 o'clock to-day.
At 11:.10 o'clock the subcommittee ad
journed until J:.t0 Thursday.
Maniac Make Murderous Attack.
Miiefteld, W. Va July 9. Suddenly
going Insane on a train at Bondtown,
Va, Wednesday, Dan Cloves of BJg
Stone Gap, Va., reached over to the
Beat In front of him and cut Jumes
Htutglll'a throat from ear to ear, Then
lie turned the razor on himself and
made tvv'o 'severe wounds Its his own
throat. Cloves had never seen Stut--glll
before. Sturglll will probably die.
Heat Victims Die.
New York. July 9. Although
backbone of the hot wave was broken I
Wednesday by n cool northerly wind)
which brought relief to New York's
sttrfeiing population, eight persons
who were weakened by tho excessive
beat died. Tho hospital leports show
that altogether 53 persons died and
over 300 v.ero prosit ated by the ex
Two Hotels Burned.
New Yoik, July 9. A Are broke out
at 1 o'clock this morning In I'abst'a
Loop hotel ut Coney Island. There
were 200 employes and guests In the
hotel and they made n quick flight.
The llanies leaped to Vund'eveer'a
hotel udjolnllig, in which there were
1Q0 guests, who fled to the street. The
Utooklyn Hapld Transit stutlon caught
tird next and buruei.
Nicaragua Qets Into War Game.
Washington, July 9. Nicaragua has
taken up anna In support of Honduras,
which has u tevolutlonaiy movoinent
on Its hands, according to u dispatch
rocelved at the state depurtmuut. This
dispatch suys that an army Ik belug re
cruited by Nicaragua und that-troops
are beliiA hurried forward with Maxim
batteries In uld of Honduras.
Will Not Indorse Bryan.
New York. July 6. Melvlu O. I'aJ
User, a member of the executive com
mittee of tho Independence purty bud
considered one of the spokesmen for
Willlum R. Hearst, said Wednesday
thai It was not likely the convention
of the Independence party to be held
In Chicago would Indorse Bryan.
Labor Union Disbands,
Ashtabula, O., July 9. In connec
tion with the openlug of the shipping
seusou at this port, Finnish long
shoremen's local No. 105 disbanded on
vote of SOG of Its :11S members, and
the Pennsylvania car shops employing
120 men began work Wednesduy utter
the winter's Idleness,
Count Uor)l Wants His Children.
Paris, July 9. Count Bon', de Castel
lane, whoss former vvlfo was married
In London to Pi luce Hello de Sugau,
the couut's cousin, has opened a sen
sutlouaj legal battle for the possession
of his three chlldieu, the offspring of
his marriage with Anna Could.
Cockran Talks to Ohio Lawyers.
Put-In-Bay, 0 July 9. The Ohio
Ktute Bar association was addressed
Wednesday by Congressman Bottrko
Cotikrun of New York. "The law's
delays," ho suld, "are undermining
revctence for our Judicial system as
New i'ork, July U. Quo woman wn
burned to dentil, two others were seri
ously hurt and' nioro than 2U women
und children were tescied by firejnon
during a lire-In u four-story apartment
Iioubo at 319 Hast Kfghtletb street
White Caps Murdered Two People.
CulbertKon, Mont,, July 9. White
Cups killed John A, Kayo and his 8-year-old
duijKhter at u claim about ten
miles nut tli of Culbettfcon on Weducii
du)'. The clulm vvhero tho shooting oc
wiired w:i!i occupied by Walter long,
Sentence Is Commuted,
Columbus, O,, July 9.aov, Murrls
has commuted the four yeur sentence
of John Kufferty, tent up for'pwjSry
frm Clark county In 1907, to thiee
yeurs, at th request of the prose
Preitort Dscllnes tha Honor,
New Yojk, July O.Mmtlu Jt. Pret
ton, who wuh nominated for.prssldeiji
or the United States by thu Socialist
Labor pajly vhlltt serviiig a liS-jvai
term In ptlaon, hua declined to accept
FIRE AT EAST BOSTON, MASS.
CAUSES A LOSS OF NEAR
PIERS, WAREHOUSES, CARS
And a Grain Elevator Were Con-
turned, While Several Ships Nar
. rowly Escaped Destruction
, TwoLlves Probably Lost.
Boston, July 9.- A flro, believed tc
hav been caused by spoutarteoui
combustion or a locomotive spark
swept nearly a (iUnrter of a mllo oi
the harbor front of East Boston lnt
Wednesday, causing a property lost
estimated at nearly ?1,GOO,000. Much
of the loss fulls upon the Boston
Albany Katlroad Co. Two persons
are reported mluslng nnd It Is thought
that both perished tn the flames. One
of them was Daniel Sullivan, n watch
man ut the Cunard line pier, and the
other was Miss Sadie Arnold, a clerk
employed by the Cunard Steamship
The fire was the biggest and most
destructive that haa broken out along
the harbor front for many years. The
flumes spread with remarkablo rapid
ity and by the time the first Are fight
lug upparattiM arrived on the scene
they were beyotld control nnd leaping
from pier to pier.
Within half an hour of the time
the tire was discovered, four piers,
three warehouses, a grain elevator
containing 30,01)0 buehuls nf grnln and
many louded' freight cars had bceu
Several vessels ami lighters nar
lowly escaped destiuctlon. Tho big
l.djlund Hue steamer Devonian was
moored ut one of the piers which was
destroyed. The discipline on the De
vonian was so excellent, however,
that she was warped out Into tha
stream without even having n square
inch of paint blistered. Less forth
uutu were the British bulk Belmont
of Yarmouth, N, 8., and tho schooners
l'uul I 'u I in or, u live-masted craft,' and
the O. H. Brown, ft four-muster.
The Belmont wus moored by steel
cables to the pier where, tho lire
blurted. So quickly did tho flames en
velop the wharf and warehottse that
It wut. Impossible to slip thb cables
t sat! I ll SI lll(ti lm ttnnln il IS vtn .
from tho mooting posts, and It was
necessary to resort to the tedious
process of cutting a half dozen or
more of the great wire topes. By the
time the Belmont wus gotten out Into
the stream thu paint had been burned
off her steel hull, her cabins had been
practically destroyed, her lifeboats
chaired und' ruined nnd her spars,
nails und tigging so badly burned as
to make u complete' new equipment
The l'ulmer escaped with slight
damage, while thu rigging, sails nnd
spars on the foreword part of the
Brown wete badly charred.
The Revolt In Honduras.
Tegucigalpa, Honduras, July 9.
Armed revolutionists from Salvador,
after capturing the town ot (1 melon
dttucked Cholutec, the capital of tha
department ol' the same name. The
tesldents of Choluteca strongly re
sisted, holding back the revolutionists
for three days, Voluntoer forces In
luree numbers are now on their way
to both QraclaB und Choluteca to as
sist In driving back the Insurgents,
who, It Is said, have proclaimed Man
ttel Boullla president,
A Crop Report.
Washington, July fc Spring wheat
average condition 89.4 per cent ot a
normal. Winter wheat at time ot
harv'est 80.6 per cent and corn 82.8
per cent. This was 'the agricultural
department's July l rpport an
nounced Wednesday. Oats condition
uvernged S5.7 pei cent. Amount ot
wheat remaining on farms July 1 wus
0.3 per cent of lust year's crop, equiv
alent to 33,797,000 bUshels.
Former Army Officer' Is Sentenced.
Chicago, July 9. Daniel V. Keller,
formerly a .captulu In the army, wai
bentenced' by judgo I.andls lu the
United Stutes court Wednesday to
ierve two years at hard Inbor In the
federal prison at Fort Leavenworth,
Kan. Keller was found guilty of de
frauding tho government through the
use Of stolen quartermaster's checks
to the extent of 7,0tl0.
Republicans Hold Two Conventions,
Charleston, W. Va., July 9. The
sepai uto Hepublkan state conventions
weiq held heit) Thursday to select n
nominee for govelnor. The follower!
of Arnold O. Schorr, state auditor und
crmlldutu for governor, assembled al
tho court hoiiko. Tho "regular" con
vention nominated Charles W. Swish
er, tieeretury of stute, for governor.
Robbers Made a Big Haul.
New York, July 9, Jxjot. valued at
$25,000 wus secured" by ssfeblowers
who early Wednesday dtlllod their
way through u 20-lnch brick wall Into
the olUres of the Diamond Point Pen
Co. lu Beehmaii street and then shut
tered two safes with dynamite.
$200,000 Fire Loss,
New York, July 9. Two hotels nnd
20 cottages were destroyed by fire
at Colfege Point, h. I., Wednesday,
There was no loss of life. Loss 200,
000. J' '
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CHIPS FROM OHIO'S HEWS LOG
RENCE8 IN THIS STATE.
A Day's Rscord of Accidents, flltl.
cal Events, Etc
Distillers Are Again Defeated.
Cincinnati, July S.--Ths stilt of the
dUttllere to enjoin, tho In tenia) ieve-;
nue officials against the new branding
and mnrkliig rules met With another
defeat when United States 'Circuit
Judge Lurton declined to grant a re
hearing to the locat whisky Interests
In their Injunction case ugatnst the
rordmlBslfcher of Internal revenue to,
prevent enforcement o'f tho nowi
brahdlng and' marking rules. Judge
f.urton said that If he did take a hand
at this time It would disqualify him
should the matter ever to presented
to the court of appeals'! Ver which
he presldos. and the work of which
he prefers to leave distinct from hit
circuit court matters.
Painter Was Fatally Injured.
Cleveland, JU1J- S. While painting
a church ut 38 Bridge avenue Wed
nesday two workmen were whirled
Into the nlr by the breaking of the
scaffold. Chailen Qoodfellow was
burled 0 feet to the ground. He
struck on his head. His skull was
fractured and It Is not believed that
he can recover. Ooodiellow'3 com
panion, named Bobbins, fell u few
feet. His overalb "auglit In a big
hook used to lift material to the scaf
fold. Tlisre he hung, swinging In the
till-, until vroikmcu went up to the
roof of the church and lowered him
to the ground, H was uninjured.
Rumor Says Prctstt Has Been Filed.
Cleveland, July 9. It Is rumored lu
Catholic circles thut a protest bus
been llled ngalnst the vote by which
tuudldates for bishop of the diocese
ol Cleveland vvoro chosen, Thrtecan
Jldates were named by the rector?
and cousultor.1. These were Auxlll
ity Bishop Koudelka and Ms'gr.
Ilouck of Cleveland and Father Ma
liar of Akron. The protest lu suld to
tie based 011 tho ground thut Mscr.
Ilouck, Father Hoeffle of Delphos and
Father Bauer of Vremont, who were
among those who cast ballots, had
no light to do so.
Two Men Killed by a Caveln.
Da ton, O.. July 9. Two llveo were
lost In a sower cavtln at North Day-
.on Wednesday when 10 men were
Lurled. Several of the workmen nn
odleved to be fatally Injured. All of
. . . . . .1 r.
the men Killed una Injured vvero
.Hcnibm of u gang of Italian laborero
tunneling for a new sewer system.
Thos of the workmen who escuped'
'he collapse oftUe wall cf thn trench
made a timely jescue cf u number
sf the entombed labuier.s.
Fatally Injured by an Autsmoblle.
Cleveland, July 9. William M.
8ayne, ugei( 00, state deputy flro mar
thai, was fatally Injured by un uuto
vVednesdav ut Kuclhl uvenuo und
l-jast Ninth street. Buyne was the
(tepubllcau (audldatn for muyor In
1887, being defeated by Brenton D.
3abcock. . Bayne served roverul terms
!n thn city council, his last ending In
1902, and wus ulways active In Re
The City Will Be Asked to Pay.
Cleveland, July 9. The expense of
Mayqr Johnson's investigation f
the referendum petition., tho cost of
bis postal card campaign for revoca-
:lons und all, ure to be paid, out of
.he city's moriey, If the council is
willing. City Solicitor Huker said on
Wednesday that ho believed this wa
i legitimate expense that tho city
ihould take care of.
A Convention of Druggists.
Sandusky, O., July 9. The Ohio
Pharmaceutical assoclatlqn on Wed.
nesday held the flnU of hlx sessloutf
if the unuual convention at Cedur
Point. Prof. J. II, Be., of Sclo, utt
thor of the Deal local option law, was
'he ptlnclpal speaker. He ,ald phy
ilcians more often than druggists dis
pense Impure drugs.
Shot a Glr and Himself,
Uhrlchsvllle. 0., July 9. Jealousy,
tho police state, drove Millard Cuther
wood, 20, to shoot Klla Realty, 18, and
ilmself here Tuesduy night. The girl
was only slightly wounded. - Caldur
wood Is shot twice in the head, but
probubly will recover. He Is under
Enjoins Sunday Ball Games.
Youngfitown, 0 July 9. Judgo
3oorgo F. lobiiKon on Wednesday
ranted uu Injunction ugulnst Sunduy
0, & P. leuguo gumes. Ptopetty own
3rs neur t'e purk complained of noise
llsturblug Sqbbuth. Iletirlng proba
bly next week, f
John D, Celebrates Birthday.
Cleveland, July 9, John I), Rocke
feller quietly celebrated his CDtli
birthday Wednesday. lie received
but'fow cullers ut Fuieht Hill tunl
took nu uuto trip Into the country,
He only allowed himself uu hour jir
Bomb Explosion Was Fatal,
Barcelona June 29. A policeman
who was In jut ed In u bomb explosion
Saturday In one of tho luvatorles on
tho nubile squaro died Sunday of hifi
wounds. Nino persons iav been ar
rested for alleged puitlclputlon lu the
outrago, which occurred whlln u iio
cession was pnjslng, und created' u
panic among the ciowda which lined
fm i "
Our Prices beat
Schobnor Hin Aintire.
Watertown, N. Y July 9.TI10 two
mnsted schooner ?AencIa went uShore
on B.11II Itock Point, near Suckett's
tlnrbor, Wednesday, and tjie crew
was rescued' by a, ljfe savlftg crew.
TRUE VALUE OF FI8H A8 A DIET.
Food From the 8ea Destined to Play
an Important Role.
For ages past, eaya the New York
Herald, fish has been Used as food
by people living on tho seacoost, near
rivers and on tho boarders of lakes.
Little by little Its consumption spread
to districts further distant from the
sourco of supply, and It may now bo
said that, thanks to the preserving
facilities and the rapidity ot trans
portation, tho consumption of fish has
become general. It Is beyona doubt
that In the future, when the technical
processes of fishing have been perfect
ed, when pisciculture and all that cou
ccrus the use of fish as food have been
moro thoroughly studied, fish will play
autuch more Important lole In alimen
tation. This Is certainly not a matter far
regret, for the flesh of fish, whlcu from
the aua,tomlcaI point of view is In no
way dlntingtilflhahlo from the Mesh
of inainmlferouu unlmals, is eminent
ly nutritious. By Its chemical compo
sition und especially by its rlchnejs
lu nitrogenous mutter (tn certain
kinds of Ilsh) also tn fat II constitutes
u lood of gieat value. This Is very
cleat ly shown by tho analysis mude by
Dr. Almen, of Upsaal, and especially
b thoso made by Dr. Dalluud, ot
The latter, experimenting with the
nrlnclnal llfih sold at the Unites, huu
deduced from tho lesults obtained
some general indications which show
very cleat ly the composition ot tho
The proportion of nvator In fresh flah
Is very variable, since It ranges from
09.80 to 8S.80 per cepl. There is u
dltect lelatlpnshlp between tno water
and tho fat. ris.i which contain the
least water are the Uchest In fat,
as tor example (he shad, fresh water
eels, mackerel and salmon, which
have f i om 12.85 to 2&U9 per cent, of fat
lu u jiormul condition, und 35,0s td
03.90 per cent when dried.
Tho fish with the least fat which,
lllift pike, Ilouuder.s, whitlug, tou,
peich, skate, sole and tench, contain
from 0.M to 0.81 per cent of fat lu ab
nuimal condition und o,90 lo 3.90 pet
cent when titled, ure ulso thu richest
lu nitrogenous properties. When
dried they give as much us 94 per
cent of hltrogenous matter, that la to
lu computing the analysis of 11011
ln comparing the uanlykls of non
fat llsh with thut of potatoes. It is
seen that the piopoitlon pf water is
almost the same on both sides and
that the nitrogenous element in llsh
la represented fulrly accurately by
the similar flguies for flie, amylaceous
matter In potatoes.
the District of Zabern 1.570,000
Were Caught In 14 Days. t
Dr. A. B. Brehm states concerning
tho flold mice of, Germany- that iu
1822 lu tho district or Zabern 1,570,.
0,00 were cuttght tu fourteen days.
During the same time In the district
of Nldda 590,427 wwu caught, und lu
that of Ptzmach 271,841, lu the au
tumn of 1850 thero ' were so many
voles In one district between ICiturt
und Qothn that about 12,000 acres ot
land had t0 be reploughed because ot
tho destruction of tho flrst crop, On
a single large estate near Breiilait 200,,
000 were caught wlthlu seveu weeks
und sold (o a Breslau fertilizer fac.
toiy at u pfennig (nearly one-fourth
cent) per dozen, Somo of tho volo
rntchers caught 1,400 to 1,500 por day.
In tho summer of JSCI In tho pelgh.
bornoou of Alsheltn, In Rhonlsn
llesso, 409,523 were caught. Tho lo
cal authorities, paid about $1,000 for
Louis Flgulor. tho French natural
ist, writing -of tho sumo species, says
that tho female gives birth to from
eight to twelvo llttlo ones tkrea or
four times a year and the multlplfca.
Hon Is so lupld at times (hat "wholo
districts huvo'bcen reduced to desti
tution by this hcourgo. Ip 181C,nnd
1817 tho 0110 (Ippaitmept of Vendee,
expetlciiccd a loss, estimated ut near,
ly $000,000, caused entirely by these
The' common meadow moU90 of the
United States Is one ot tho most pro
lific of our species, Bstlmatlng the
normal increase a px youpKi with
four litters In u season, and assum
ing that thero were no checks pon
thp '"("lease, tho yesults nro appalling.
A single pair nn'tj their progeny in
five seasons wou.rt amount to nearly
I.OdO.OOO Individuals. This, calciun
tlpn In under thn mark, since It Is
based on the nss,umptlon that thq
young do not hived untjl about q
year old, Tio nhlnials, however, ma.
tu'ro very 'rapld;iy, and the npilng
I'ohna undoubtedly breed lu the fall
ot the same year,' ,
1 1 jm 'ill "in i
A m .
toe Gnam Freezerij
anything In town.
tefe 4 - j jtjwjn $
uiiiuii oia nun
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NORTH MOUND. 'A
No. 31 ,...,. 7:0d ab
No. .13 .iDiln am
Wo. .15 4 1 20 pin
No. .17 tiOiCO piii
No. 39 GMO pin
BOUTJI BOUND. .1
No. 20...., C:C0 bin
No. 38 , 7:20 Am.
No. 32 lOtin om.'
No. 34 1:35 piii
No. 30 7rifj b'm
'o. 38 Blnrti from aiaflon. . ,'
No. 39 slops at Marlon.
iNo. 39 will Ipavo CoHimhti3 at' C
Pi m. on SundayB.
. 5;26 ,pqi
.Hi 08 vpi
. 7:10 hm
Cincinnati Division. rV
BAST BOUND. - , -
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10 , 12:25 hta'
U ... '12 125 Em
' 9:00 Bin'
1C 12:52 nffi
wbst bound. ;-.
1 10:27 am
t. ,. ........ i:ic fttn
15 4:35 nh)
Dally 3 Dally except Sunday.
w York Central Liniii
BIG FOUR ROUTE,
U . ,..,...,.. 9:25 . in.
id 12:25 ndoa
10 7:22 p. to,
10JC7 p. tb.
18 11;19 p,vi.
10 5:27 p. tn,
No 10 dally oxeept 8unda "
It i:38 a. A)
41 0:33 A.W.'
19 9:65 a.. id.
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t .4:27 p.
No. C dally except Sunday,
Alt trains dally pt locahs
Nob. C and 10.
(effective, Oct. Ittk, 1W7.
L. . NKDEROAli,
rrioket Af'enl , ,
For further Uformation reffaraHui
tralua, call loiormaoa oyemtor.
Through Detroit and Uanidi,
Tuesday, July 28, 1H8,
Hocking Valley Ry
Parlor Cars on Special
Sleeping Cars on Regu
For further Information
see Agents, H, V. Rj
1 N:!r Sunddy
jl.OO Kound Trip Irom Mai Ion, train
leaves 9:53 V.' m;" -i .' 'u