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THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1909.
i WAR TAX TALK
MADRIZ IS DIPLOMATIC
Keeks to Gain Favor In Eyes of
United States by Offering Island to
Admiral Kimball For Uso of Amer
ican Marines Appoints Four New
Generals and Renews Efforts to
8ecuro Recruits For Army to Pit
ttpTVlanagua, Dec. 30. It Is announced
t.that President Madrlz had offered
jRear Admiral Kimball, commanding
thp United. Sfatos naval forces at Co
rlnto, a small Island near that place
os a camping ground for tho Ameri
can marines. This tender was made
on tho occasion of tho admiral's un
official visit to the palace, and Is con
strued as an effort on tho part of tho
new executive to gain tho good
graces of tho American government.
It was pointed out that tho marines
have had no opportunity for nxcrclso
slnco their arrival In Nicaraguan
.waters, and that this Island would
glvo them a chance to gain a little
Four new generals have been ap
pointed by Madrlz, and efforts are
being made to enlist soldiers for the
During a stormy session of the na
tional assembly Gomez, a strong ad
herent of Zelaya, pronounced against
granting to Minister Pacaya tho au
thority to livy war taxes to such an
extent and 'to such an amount as ho
might doom expedient. It was urged
that such power was too great to be
entrusted to any one man. ThU led
to a heated debate, during which It
was pointed out thnt under Zelaya
war taxes had been levied without
his friends being called upon to con
tribute. Immediately there was a
tumult, during which some of tho
deputies shouted, "Soak Gomez for a
CREEL'S MISSION FAILS
Secretary Knox Adheres to Original
Washington, Dec. 30. Enrlquo C.
Creel, former Mexican ambassador to
tho United States, who has been In
Washington for several weeks In con
nection, with political affairs In Cen
tral America, has completed his mis
sion and will return to Mexico within
tho next few days.
Senor Creel called at tho White
House and at tho stato department to
bid goodby to President Taft and
Secretary Knox. As ho was leaving
tho White House, Senor Creel said:
"I return to my country much pleased
with the success of my mission."
He declined to go into details, how
ever, as to tho purpose of his visit to
Washington. There Is somo differ
ence of opinion at tho stato dopart-.
ment as to the successful outcome of
Senor Creel's mission. One officer
said: "Tho attitude of tho United
, States toward Nicaragua has not
been changed ono lota by tho rcprc-
C sentatlons from Mexico submitted by
' Ambassador Creel."
Several theories havo been ad
vanced regarding tho purrose of So
nor Creel's mission. Ono was that
ho camo to Washington to Intercede
with tho state department in an ef
fort to obtain tho recognition or Joso
Madrlz as tho successor to Former
- President Zelaya. Another was. that
Tho Kind You Havo Always Bought, and which has been
In uso for over 30 years, has homo tho slgnaturo of
0 and has been made under his por-
C&A&'ffijP'Af sonal supervision slnco Its Infancy.
wuir?. CCCSUMi Allow no ono to dccclvo you In this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and " JiiBt-as-good'aro hue
Experiments thai; trlllo with and endanger tho health of
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment
What is CASTORIA
Castorla is a harmless substitute for Castor OH, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It Is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other STnrcotio
substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
nnd allays Fovcrlshncss. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend.
CENUBWE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Tito Kiwi You Have Always Bought
in Use For Over 30 Years.
stant Relief, Permanent Cure
Trial Package Mailed Free to
All Id Plain Wrapper.
Plies Is a fearful dlscaso, but easy
to euro, If you go at It right.
An operation with itho knlfo la
dangerous, cruel humiliating, and un
necessary. Thero Is just ono other suro way
to bo cured painless, safe and In
tho privacy of your own home It Is
Pyramid Pile Cure,
Wo mall a trial packogo freo to
ail who write.
It will glvo you Instant relief, show
you tha harmless, painless nature of
this great remedy and start you well
on tho. way toward a perfect cure.
Then you can get a full-sized box
from any druggist for 50 cents, and
often ono box cures.
Insist on having what you call for
It tho druggist tries to sell you
oinethlnsr just as good, it is becauso
o makes more money on tho substl
utc. Tho euro begins at onco and contln
ucs rapidly uutll It Is complcto and
You can go right ahead with your
work and bo easy and comfortablo all
It Is worth trying.
Just send your name and address to
Pyramid Drug Co., 92 Pyramid Build-
vg, Marshall, Mich., and recclvo free
y return mall tho trial packago In a
Thousands havo been cured In this
asy, painless and Inexpensive way In
tho privacy of tho homo.
No knlfo and Its tortures.
No doctor and his bills.
Jill druggists, B0 cents. Wrlto today
for a freo packago.
he sought to obtain safo conduct for
Zelaya from Managua to Mexico. Tho
third suggestion was that tho Mexi
can government endeavored to uso
its good offices in settling tho dlsputo
between tho United States and tho
Nicaraguan government. It Is evi
dent, however, that Secretary Knox
adhered to his own policy of dealing
with tho Central American problem
and did not accept any suggestions
mado bv Mexico.
LEXINGTON SOCIETY SHOCKED
Popular Girl Makes Llghtnttig Matri
Lexington, Ky., Dee. 30. Lexington
social circles were shocked by tho an
nouncement that on last Sunday Miss
Lourlne Crosthwnlto of this city was
married to Goodwin Chaso of Los An
geles, tho ceremony having been per
formed In the latter city. Tho shock
occasioned by the announcement was
duo to the fact that only recently an
nouncement had been made an1 Invi
tations Issued to the marrlago of
Miss Crosthwalto and Charles nialne
of Spokane, Wash., n nephew of tho
late James G. Ulaine, tho wedding of
tho couple to havo been performed
yesterday, tho date on which her
father, Samuel Crosthwalto, received
at telegram from her announcing her
marrlago to Chaso.
President Attends Wedding.
Washington, Dec. 30. President
Taft left tho capital early this morn
ing for New York to attend tho wed
ding of his nleco, Louise Taft, daugh
ter or Henry W. Taft. Miss Helen
Taft and Robert Taft went with tho
president, us did Captain W. A. Uutt,
his military nldo, and Assistant Sec
retary Mlschler. Miss Taft will be
married to Goorgo H. Snowdcn of
Seattle, the wedding taking place this
afternoon at tho residence of Henrv
W. Taft. "
NEW TRIAL IS
Technicality Now Banker's
HAKES LAST STAND TODAY
If Attorney Littleton's Motion For
Writ of Error on Judge Hough's
Decision Is Denied, Former Ice
Kino Will Begin New Year In Fed
eral Prison at Atlanta Teetotaler
Jury Impossibility According to
Ruling of Court.
Now York, Dec. 30. Only n tech
nical legal shadow now stands bo
tween Charles W. Morse, banker and
one-time Ice king, and tho lG-ycar
scntouco In the federal prison at At
lanta. Judgo Hough In tho United
States circuit court denied his mo
tion for a now trial, but closo upon
tho heels of tho decision Martin W.
Littleton, his counsel, announced that
ono more stand would bo taken. To
day ho will move In tho circuit court
for a writ of error on Judgo Hough's
decision. If this Is denied Morsowlll
begin tho new year serving his sen
tence for violation of national bank
ing laws, tho supremo court of tho
United States having previously re
fused to Intcrfcro In tho case
Mr. Littleton's recent application
for a new trial for Morsn was mado
on tho ground that tho Jury was Im
properly guarded and that some of
the jurors drank to excess during the
trial. With respect to this chnrgo tho
court holds that tho fact that tho
Jurymen were In tho custody of se
cret service men Instead of regular
deputy marshals was well known to
both counsel and Jurors when tho
As to the drinking charges Judgo
Hough says: "Legislation must ad
vance n good deal beforo a prisoner
may claim to be entitled to a Jury of
teetotalers, In New York nt all
Judge Hough points out that It was
by direction of tho court that tho
Jurors bo permitted to lead their
usunl lives nnd that tho nflldavlts
submitted by Morso's counsel showed
merely that during tho entire trial
only L'O bottles of liquor and somo in
dividual drinks had been consumed
by tho Jury.
"And It is not pretended that any
one wns at all Intoxicated," adds tho
court. All tho parties agreed, the
memorandum continues, that no
liquor was served to the Jury nftor
tho case had been given to them.
Ah to tho charges that tho Jurors
woro permitted to read nowspapcrs
with "hostllo" accounts of tho trial,
Judgo Hough said thcro Is no cvl
denco that tho liowBpaper accounts of
tho trial woro hostllo or biased.
FREEZES TO DEATH
' ON TRAIN STEPS
Body of Teacher Drops When
Gar Stops at Station.
Greensboro, N. C, Dec. 30. Swing
ing to tho vestibule of a swiftly mov
ing passenger train, I. D. Surratt, a
young schooltcachor of high standing,
waa literally frozen to death, falling
hs the train camo to a standstill.
His body, though slimy frozen, was
unmanglcd. Tho young teacher was
later picked up by a southbound
Passengers on the northbound train
reaching Greensboro report that a
man, who Is now ldontlflcd na Sur
ratt, boarded tho train at Lexington,
but Just beforo the train pulle-d out
ho ran back to get a packago left in
a buggy at tho station. Ho was scon
to catch tho closed vestibule. N'o ono
paid particular attention to tho inci
dent at the time, supposing tho train
men had opened tho ontranco for tho
passcngor. Hanging to tho steps tho
man met tho tcrrlllc galo blowing in
tho fare of tho fnut-moHng trnln
BANKER TAKES HUNCH LEAVE
DeCamp's Affairs Said to Be In Mud
Cincinnati, O., Dec. 30. Hiram De
Camp of Hiram DoCamp & Company,
bankers and brokers of bonds and In
vestment securities, who has been
known to tho hanking and financial
Interests of Cincinnati for tho past
30 years or more, has quietly dopart
ed from tho city. Ho left ono day tho
early ( part of Christmas wook, con
fiding In no one, not oven his rela
tives or closo friends, IiIh futurn
plans or his ultimate, destination. At
least his relatives profess to bo Igno
rant of his whereabouts.
Since his disappearance has been
rumorod about, 'there havo been anx
ious inquiries about him from a dozen
sources thnt aro Intorested in a finan
cial way In his Intentions. It la suld
that his affair" havo boon left In a
bndly muddled condition, and ho has
nought to oblltorato hlmsolf for tho
present, at any rato, to keop from
being engulfed in tho maelstrom of
legal entanglements resulting from
some of his peculiar transactions
vlthlu tilt nnst wn vnra
Cardinal Satolll lo Dying.
Rome, Pee. 30. - Cardinal Satolll Is
dying. Ho hap boon unconscious for
B&4 Breath, K'Hawking, King
ing in the Ears, Deafness,
HacKlng, Cough and Spit
ting Qaichly Cored.
Botanic Blood Cure
Tho Itcmedy which Curat
Cutnrrh by killing tho Ca
tarrhal Poison mid Purify
ing tho lllood. '
LARGE SAMPLE FltEE.
You must not neglect discharges
of NAUSEATING YELLOW MATTEH
fro mtho Eur, Noso nnd Tliront.
CATAItlUI IS NOT ONLY DAN.
OEItOUS In this way, but It causes
ulcerations, death and decay of
bones, kills ambition, often causes
loss of appetite, and reaches to gen
eral debility, Idiocy and Insanity. It
needs attention at once. Cure It by
taking Uotnnlo U'ood Hnlm (I). 11. B.)
It 'Is a quick, radical, permanent
euro becauso It rids tho system of
tho poison germs that causo ca
tarrh. At tho samo tlmo, Hlooil
Hnlm (I). It. n.) purines tho blouu,
docs away with every symptom 01
catarrh. It. I). It. sands a tingling
flood of warm, rich, puro blood di
rect to tho parnlyzod nerves, and
parts affected by catarrhal poison,
giving warmth and strength Just
where It is needed, and in this way
making a perfect, lasting euro of ca
tarrh In alt Us forms.
When wo say that B. B. B. cures,
wo mpan a real euro and this "Wo
guarnntco B. B. B. has cured
thousands of cntarrh cases oven tho
most deep-seated kind after cvory
other treatment had failed.
llotimlu Blood Balm (It. It. B.) 1b
pleasant nnd safo to tako; composed
of puro Botanic Ingredients. SAM
PLE SENT FBEE by writing Blood
Balm Co.. Atlanta, Ga., SOLD BY
DRUGGISTS, or Bent by express. At
$1 PER LARGE BOTTLE, with com
plolo directions for homo euro.
IN THREE GRIPS
Zelaya Takes No. Chance With
Poverty In Exile.
Mexico City, Dec. 30. Aftor ox
Presldont Zelaya of Nicaragua had
been seated In a carrlago aftor ar
riving hero ho was driven to tho Pal
aco hotel, where a. suite had been on
gaged. His baggago Included two
valises filled to their capacity with
American gold and a third grip fairly
bursting with paper currency. Theso
had been closely 'guarded throughout
tho trip from Sallna Cruz. .
Of tho luturo of Nicaragua Its for
mer oxecutlvo said: "Tho only way
to prevent continued disturbances
throughout Central America will bo
found In consolidation of all tho re
publics. New is as good a tlmo as
any for tho United States and Mex
ico to engago In frlondly Intervention.
I bellovo It will bo possiblo to sccuro
as tho head of this proroacd consoli
dation a good mnn and ono accopt
ablo to all
Chlvlngton Heads Association.
Chicago, Dec. 30. Thomas M. Chlv
lngton, general manager of tho Louis
ville club of tho American associa
tion, was elected president of tho
league when tho club owners assem
bled for tho annual mooting at tho
Wllf Imltato Wellman.
New York, Dec. 30. Professor Her
gersal, who expects to reach tho
north polo, In a dirlglblo balloon, ar
rived hero from Jamaicn. Professor
Hergcrscl plans to sail from Berlin
ovor Germany, Denmark and Swcdon,
and then to fly to Spltzborgon. From
thoro It Is only n matter of S00 miles
In tho tinlo
Aro said often to bo burled sis feet undei
ground. But many times women call on
their family physicians, sullorlng, as they
Imagine, ono from dyspepsia, another from
heart dlboase, another from liver or kid
ney disease, another from nervous pros
tration, another with pain hero and thero,
and in this way they present allko to
themselves and their easy-going or over
busy doctor, separato diseases, for which
ho, assuming them to bo such, prescribes
his pills and potions. In reality, thoy or
all only nymptiims caused by somo uterlno
disease Tlio'jmsslclun,iftnorant of tho
aiuse of suffcrlngVRSf ps up TKtrcatmcnt
until largo bills aro nhulo. J$?uJTcrIng
patient gcl no bcttertJwrc.i3Bavtbo
wrong treatment, but probably worker 4
xn'-rmpncne"KP nr. i-irrcp.-i vnr
Prescription, dlrfclnl In the raiirfi would
li.tvm'i!iiH'Ly ri;iii7ivt-l lin dlseaie, there
by uisijeiilliir uli tlioso albinisms: svmn-
torus, and instituting -comfort Instead of
prolonged misery. It has been well said,
that "a dlscaso known Is half cured." .
Dr. Plcrco's Favorite Prescription Is a
scientific medicine, carefully devised by
an experienced and skillful physician,
and adapted io woman's dcllcalo system.
It Is made of natlvo American medicinal
roois ana iv perfectly narnness in it1
effect in VJii''MHWIHou WthK'fniuft
As a iibwcrful Invhtoratlns tonic "Fa
vorite Prescription" imparts strongth to
tho whole systom and to tho organs dis
tinctly fcmlnlno In particular. For over
worked, "worn-out," run-down," debili
tated teachers, milliners, dressmakers,
nursing mothers, and fceblo women gen
erally, I)r. Plcrco's Kavorlto Prescription
h tho greatest earthly boon, being uu
equaled as an appetizing cordial and ru
As a soothing and strengthening nervine-
"Kavorlto Prescription" Is unoqualtd
and Is Invaluable In allaying una sub
duing nervoU3 excitability, irritability,
nervous exhaustion, nervous prostration,
nouralgla, hysteria, spasms. St. Vltus's
danco, and other duitrrssln?, nervous
symptoms commonly uttendant upon
functional and organic, dlseaso of the
uterus. It Induc&s refreshing sleep and
relieves mental anxiety and despondency.
Dr. Plcrco's Pleasant Pollots iavlgoraw
the stomach, liver and bowels. On to
WILL PIPE GAS
Standard Oil Back of Gigan
TAP WEST VIRGINIA FIELDS
Pipe Lino Over Allegheny Mountains
VVIII Be Longest In the World and
Will Cost $16,000,000 Gothamltes
to Be Supplied With Nature's Fuel
at Rate of 130 Cents a Thousand.
Line to Be Used For Oil When Gao
Supply la Exhausted.
Pittsburg, Doc. 30. Tho Standard
Oil company, through tho People's
das cqmpany of Pittsburg, its princi
pal gas company, Is now planning to
plpo natural gas from tho fields of
West Virginia and western Pennsyl
vania Into Greater New York, giving
tho metropolis at CO cents per 1,000
feet tho camo fuel which has mado
Pittsburg famous. Pittsburg now
pays 27 cents per 1,000 feet.
Tho Standard figures on spending
?1G,000,000 in piping gas ovur tho
mountains nnd to Now York. About
140 miles of tho dlstnnco from Pitts
burg, Including n pnth for a pl?o lino
over tho Allegheny mountains, has
been stakod out, and in most of tho
towns along tho way arrangements
havo been mndo for franchises sup
plying gas to towns on routo, etc.
Tho Hope and Ilcsorvo natural gas
companies of tho Standard, which aro
tho main field companies, will pro
duco most of tho gas used in tho' big
mains to Now York. Their holdings
aro In West Virginia and western
Pennsylvania, and they havo moro
gas at tho present tlmo than can bo
That the Standard believes that in
a few decades tho natural gas at the
western slopo of tho Allegheny moun
tains may glvo out, is shown by tho
great caro that Is being exercised in
getting rights of way and making
other arrangements for what will bo
tho biggest gas highway In tho world.
Tho lino Is to bo so constructed that
nt any tlmo, nt a trilling cost, It can
bo turned into an oil-carrying line, for
It Is -figured that many moro decados
will clapso beforo tho oil will glvo
out, nnd another oil-carrying lino to
the sea is ono of tho future arrange
ments of tho Standard. It was esti
mated in Pittsburg that tho cost of
tho 20-inch plpo nlpno for tho olg line
would bo $11,800 p'or mllo. Moro than
200,000 tons of plpo will bo rcqulrod
in tho project.
ENGLISHMAN WOUNDED IN DUEL
Paris Reports Mysterious Stranger to
Be Earl Percy.
London, Dec. 30. A spoclai news
telegram from its Paris correspon
dent to tho Express says tho promi
nent Englishman who has been re
ported there as seriously ill was, ac
cording to rumor, engaged In a duel,
In which ho waa seriously wounded.
Tho affair is being gunrded with tho
utmost secrecy, but It Is, stated on
what socms to bo excellent nujhorlty
that tho opponent was another En
glishman, with whom tho wounded
man had quarrclod bitterly ov?r somo
question which is not at present
known. Tho wounded Englishman is
supposed to bo Earl Pnrnv.
BROKER'S WIFE IS ARRESTED
Mrs. Parker Charged With Criminal
Libel and Perjury.
Now York, Doc. 30. Mrs. Jano
Humes Parker, wife of John Alloy
Parkor, a brokor, was nrrcslcfd on
warrants issued by Magistrate Cor
nell charging her with perjury and
Tho affidavit alleges that on Oct.
17 Mr. Parker brought Bult for dl
vorco nnd that Mrs. Parkor instituted
a counter-suit, naming Mrs. Edith
Moses Ellis, wlfo of Samuol D. Ellis,
as co-rospondont. According to For
mer Assistant District Attorney Van
dlvor, Mrs. Parkor, In naming Mrs.
Ellis, mado oath that Mrs. Ellis was
rejected as a life insuranco risk be
cause sho was In a dollcate condition,
nnd that aftor Mrs. Ellis' rejection
ono Stephen Drltton arrangod for and
had performed on Mrs. Ellis an lllo
gal oporatlon. Mrs. Parker stated In
her affidavit that Mrs. Bills' condition
was caused by Mr. Parkor. Sho sup
ported this affidavit with statements
by Dr. Moore and Drltton which, it
is alleged, thoy novcr mado, and this
Is tho basis for tho charge of crimi
It wns nlso Staled by Mr. Vandivor
that Mr. Ellis has instituted a suit
for 200,000 against John Alley Par
kor for allonattonof his wiro's affec
ELEVEN SCHOONERS FOUNDER
Sixty Lives Believed Lost In North
St. Johns, N. V Dec. 30, Elovon
Newfoundland schooners and their
crows of 60 men are bolloved o have
boon lost In the blizzard, while groat
destruction to property throughout
this island colony has resultod. The
storm ragod for six days.
All telegraph Hues in tho Intorlor
of tho colony nro down and roports
from Inland points aro slow In reach
TJm town of Placontla was fioodod
three days and tho principal business
street of that placo rosombles an
anclont beach, boing piled high wl$h
flotsam cast up by tho unusually high
tides, The village of Blackhead, threo
miles from this city, was almost
" BUCKEYE DRIEfS
Items of Interest to People In All
Parts' of Ohio.
Xcnla, O., Dec. 30. Henry Dank-,
ard, 65, former superintendent of tho
Green county infirmary and recontly
elected township trusteo, committed
suicide. Ho was despondent on ac
count of ill health.
General Brown Heads Commission.
Columbus, O., Dec. 30. At fr'10 first
mooting of tho commission which
Will perfect plans for tho Columbus
centennial, General n. D. Drown of
Zaucsvlllo was elated ponnnnent
chairman and Leo M. Doda of this
city permanent secretory.
Killed In Cemetery.
Ironton, O., Dec. 30. Gcorgo Col
Vln, 23, wns Instantly killed In Wood
land cemetery whllo assisting In
moving a 15-ton monument baso. An
iron bar on the windlass Hew looso
and struck him on the back of the
neck, dislocating It.
Life For Slayer of Wife's Lover.
Stoubenvlllc, O., Dec. 30. Melo Os
man, a Servian, who was convicted of
tho killing of his wife's paramour, has
been sentenced to Ufo Imprisonment.
Tho dato for tho execution nfJohn
Klrkpatrlck, n negro, who killed C. H.
Steele, has been fixed for Fob. C.
Dick Stando on Record.
Akron, O., Dec. 30. Senator Dick
nnnounccd thnt, If tho tariff should
bo mado an Issuo hi his campaign
for election to tho sonate, ho Is pre
pared to uphold his record and show
that tho Payne lnw, which ho sup
ported, Is not the causa of rising
prlcc3 for commodities.
Five Years For Banker.
Canton, O., Dec. 30. William L.
Davis, formor vlco president of tho
Canton Stato bank, was sentenced to
a term of five years In tho pcnlton
tlary. After the falluro of tho bank
Davis wns charged with abstracting
350 shnres of stock of tho Institution
and was recoutly convicted by n Jury.
Ho Is GO years of age.
Judge Blair Injured.
Portsmouth, O., Dec. 30. Judgo A.
Z. Dlair of the local common pleas
bench, when entertaining a party of
frlonds with a coasting party nt his
Itoso Ittdgo home, collided with a
small tree and sustained a deep cut
In the foroKend. His cyc-glasscs wero
broken nnd Imbedded In his hoad.
Judgo Hlnlr was rendered unconscious
for a tlmo, but aftcrwnrd rovlvcd.
Elevator Boy Is Fire Hero.
Columbus, O., Dec. 30. Itussell
Deromcr, 18, elevator boy at the Dav
idson hotel, proved himself a hero
when ho qt".ck to his post and earrlcd
GO gucsta from the six floors of tho
building to safety through a blinding
and suffocating smoke. Flro In an
adjoining restaurant filled tho hotel
with smoko, creating a panic. Flro
men nlso rescued gucstfl from tho
upper floors. Tho flro was confined
to tho restaurant, which was gutted.
Two Seek Cole's Seat.
Kenton, O., Dec. 30. Tho Republi
can congressional commltteo of tho
Eighth district met In Konton and
elected Attorney Harlan F. Uurkett
of Flndlny as the Hancock county
member. Tho commltteo will meet
soon to solect a tlmo and placo for
tho noxt congressional convention to
nominate a candidate for Colo's scat.
Thoro will bo at least two candidates
to oppo80 Colo for tho nomination,
nnd thoy are Attornoy James E. Rob
ins of Murysvlllo and Henry Jowcll
McKlnnon Inventory Filed.
Jcfforson, O., Doc. 30. That W. S.
McKlnnon, owner of a small foundry
whon ho was olected to tho Ohio
hoiiBo of roprosentntlvcs, prospered
beforo death ended his career, while
ho was stato trcasuror. Is exhibited
In tho Inventory of tho porsonnl prop
erty of which ho was possessed at
tho time of his death, a yenr ago.
Tho Inventory, filed with Probate
Judgo C. C. Dabcock by J. H. Mc
Glflort, executor of tho estate, follow
ing Attornoy General Denman's plea
for haste, reveals personal proporty
nt S133.2Q0 1Q t"""h of It In stnoVn
TO SHOW BISHOPS GOOD TIME
Banker Morgan Leases Palatial Es
tate In Cincinnati.
Cincinnati, O., Dec. 30. Louis
Bhorry, "tho nv.n from Shorry's," will
have chnrgo of Oalvoy, tho homo of
Aloxander McDonnld, when J. P. Mor
gan comes to llvo In It for a wcok
during tho convention of tho Episco
pal church next October. Bhorry was
in Cincinnati, nnd aftor an inspection
of Onlvoy declared it to bo among
tho most splendidly appointed homos
ho over saw. Shorry will bring with
him his chef, a corps of cooks and a
supply of foodstuffs lndlgcneous to
tho hotols of New York.
Breaks Bank at Monte Carlo.
Monto Carlo, Dec. 30. Ono of tho
most sonsatlonal plays nt tho local
casino occurred whon a Fronch-Can-ndlan
of tho namo of Cruzlor, accom
panied by an Italian, whoso Identity
has not been revealed, began f.taklng
maximums on "tho dozenB." Cruzler
won IU6.000, but lator lost 1112,000,
Nothing daunted, ho kept up his high
play and finally rocovored it all. The
bank had to bo replenished sovornl
Wo offor Ono Hundred Dollars Howard
for any case of Catarrh that cannot ba
cured by Halt's Catarrh Cure. IT. J,
CH15NHY & CO,, Tolodo. O.
Wo, tho undersigned, havo known V.
J. Cliei'oy for tho last riftoon years, and
believe him perfectly honorable In nil
business transactions and financially
able to carry out any obligations mad
by his firm.
WALDIKO. KINNAN & MAItVIN
Wholesale DriiBBltH. Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Curo is taken Internally
acting directly, upon the blood and muq
qus surfaces ot the syatem. Testimon
ials sent freo. Price 75o per bottle. Bold
by all drOralsts.
Tako Hall's Family, pills for canU
eallott. r , . - -i
Buy. a "JUNIOR OAK"
soft coal heater with 13-iiS .:
THE MEAT Of IT
Mrs. Mary Mallnsky, 33, a dejif
Polish woman, wns run down and
killed by freight train near Tiffin, O.
City Solicitor Pounds of Elyrla will
contest the validity of tho council's
action in raisng his salary ?300 a
Mrs. T. E. Martin was Instantly
killed by falling down stairs at her1
nomo in Columbus, O. Her neck wtw
At Lllydale, N. Y., the auditorium1
used by tho Spiritual assombly was
saved from destruction In a flro'
which destroyed sovcral other build
ing by a heavy snowstorm.
At Plttsbure Charles Vencrka,i
bookkeeper for tho Worklngman'B.
Savings and Trust company, la under
arrest, charged with imbozzllng $40,
000 of th bank's funds.
Former Mayor Charles P. Wayno
ot Elgin, 111., was killed by Jailing on
a slippery sidewalk.
ULTIMATUM IS SUBMITTED
Big Four Operators Ready to Strips
If Turned Down.
Cincinnati, O., Doc. 30. Tho com
mltteo of seven submitted to tho Big
Four a wago and union recognition
ultimatum of the telegraphers of all
tho divisions of the roads, rejection
of which may cause n groat strike.
Tho operators on the soven division
of tho road havo already voted over
whelmingly in favor of striking la
caso' their demands aro refused. Tho
Big Four Is believed by tho operators
to be preparing to Install a complete
telephone system on nil divisions.
Ono division has already been so
CHICHESTER S PILLS
W rf .TnK DIAMOND MIANS. A
UIAMil.ND 1IUANO I'lLM. for
ycuiknownit licit, Sirclt.AlwiTRellilM
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
Nortli 7a. m.; 10:16 a. m. :
p. m.; 12:20 a. m.; 6:10 p. m. Logan.,
to Marlon only.
South 5:45 a. m.; 7:20 a. ra.
10:15 a. m.; J : 3 6 p. m. 7.1C p. a.
Dally excopt Sunday.
Eastbound 0:25 a. in.; 12:25 noon;,'
7:22 p. m.; 10:C7 p. m.; 11:10 p. ra.;
6;27 p. m.
Westbound 2:38 a, m.; 6:53 a. m.;
0.55 a, m.; 1:56 p. m.; 7:25 p. ra.;
4:27, p. m.
CHICAGO & PIUB.
West 10:25 a. m.; l;G4 p. m.;
12:32 a. zn.; '14:40 p. ra.; a7:10 a.
East 5:18 a. m.; 6;50 a. m.; 12:49
p. m.;. 5.20 p. m.; 6:12 p. m.; 11:48
Dally except Sunday. I runs to
Lima only. a, runs to Huntington
only. runs Huntington to Marios
Southwest 10:27 a. m.; 4:10 p. ra.;
13:45 a. m.
Kusti2:53 p. m.; 12:01 a. zn.;
8:20 p. m.
Northbound 12:10 p. m.; 6:-25 tt,
m.; 17:55 p. m.
Southbound al0:ll a. zn.; 7.10
'Dally except Sunday. IBunday on
C , D & M. ELEOTIUO.
South Cars leavo cvory hour for
Columbus from 0 a. m. to 0 p. m. and
till 11 p. m. for Dolaware, excepting
tho car which leaves at 10:15 a. m.
North Cars loavo Columbus on
tho half hour from 6:30 a. m. till
7:30 p. m. Tho last car loaydt at
8:40 p. zn. .
C. JL & D. KLEOTIUO.
North Cars leavo Marlon for Du
cyruB at 6, 8, 10 a. m., 12 m., 2, 4, 4
and 8 p. m.
South Cars arrive from BucyruV
at 7:55, 0:56 and 11:55 a. m.;, 1:55,
3:65. 5.55, 7:55 and :56 p. m,
May be eisUy art angtd
if yvj will consul! ' an
agent of the
Hocking Valley Ryt
who will cheer fully give
you full information as
to the lowest .fates, italn
time serl, l, h
Mr, L E. NEBERQWL, AgeJ
rill In Iltd tnd lsld ttilllc
Take no other. liar of Jfoor-
i .rNrt fthi ...-.r.tWm.iU,ff
1 - 1 -tearttiK a.jtJ,ii,