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WELLINGTON, I OHia. NEWS OF THE WEEK. Fur the week ended June 17 the bu luttH failures in the United State uumliered 233, as compared with ?34 (or the corresponding period of 18U7i Knd 20 in Canada, as against 36 for the same time last year. CEISP OHIO NEWS Gathered by Telegraph From All Parts of the State. Thirty-flve Transport Ship Will be Nee I Geo. Miles Saya the American Soldier Has Gathered from All Quarters, CONGRESS. Senate, Tune 14.-The resolution of Mi. Lodge directing that an inquiry be '"JU the disposition of the Methodist Book Concern claim which was paid recently by congress was adopted. The measure to incorporate the Inter national American bank was under discussion for three hours. Final action was not tak en A house joint resolution appropriating 4M,10i to pay mc liciiiik o . . - , . House A few private bills were Disposed ot and then the Hawaiian debate was resumed. The principal speeches of the day were bv MX. t.rosvenor, in tavor 01 iraiimuvii, - Richardson (Tenn.) against the policy of tht administration in regard to Hawaii. An even ing session was also held. Senate, June 15.-After the pasiage of a large number of private pension bills and listening to a speech bv Mr. Pritchard on the advan tages of republican tariff legislation, the senate resumed consideration of the International American bank bill. An amendment was adopted extending the privileges of the meas ure to all citizens of the United states, instead of restricting them to those mentioned in the kill. The measure was still pending when the lenate adjourned. .... , House The debate on the Newlands resolu tions declaring that Hawaii should be annexed came to an end and by a vote of 209 yeas to SI nays the resolutions were adopted. Senate, June 16. After devoting an hour to discussion of a hill restoring the annuities to the Sisseton and Wahpeton bands of Sioux Indians, the senate resumed consideration of the bill to incorporate the International Amer ican bank. A test vote on an amendment clearly indicated that a majority of the senators lavored the measure. House The general deficiency bill was con eidered by the house, but was not disposed of. snati Tim 17 Th fnrrian relations com mittee reported favorably to the senate the Vw1nnH rpsnltittnn fnr the annexation of the Hawaiian islands. The bill to incorporate the International American banx. in accordance with the recommendation of the pan-American congress, was passed by a vote of 26 to 23. The desien of the measure is to furnish such banking and exchange facilities as will promote trade between the United States and countries of Central and South America. Adjourned un til the 20th. House The house spent the entire day in discussion of the sreneral deficiency bill. House, June 18. The session was chiefly de voted to the delivery of eulogies upon the life and character of the late Senator Harris, of Tennessee. Some consideration was also given to a conference report on the District of Co lumbia appropriation bill. Senate. The senate was not in session. WEST AND SOUTH. On the 15th fire in Sailing, Hanson & Co.'s lumber yard at dray ling, Mich., destroyed 5,000,000 feet of lum ber, causing a loss of $55,OuO, fully in sured. Fourteen dwelling houses were also burned, the loss on which amounts to $7,500. Keeord breaking time was made front Chicago to Denver by the train load of projectiles and explosives re cently sent from New York to Mare island. San Francisco. The ten cars HANNA WILL CONTROL. Republican State Convention Meet To day In Columbui Groavenor Will be Chairman. Columbus, June 21. Most of the del egates to the republican state conven tion are here, but there is no such contest as at the last republican state convention, when M. A. Hanna was in dorsed for senator and Charles L. Kurtz was defeated for state chair- of heavy freight were hauled across maxii Kinney for secretary of state, the prairies and up the Kooky Moun- gpear for supreme judge and Allen for tain slope in 38 hours and 32 minutes, . , q the supreme court have no whereas tne regu mr "."." "1 opposition for renomination. The only freight between thlcngo and Denver PV .. s fof member of thc 18"L6, PWr, & North- board of public works, for which place n-arf. miiwnv have decided to show there are several contests. The mam their patriotism and to inspire their contest is for the control of the state passengers by decorating the com- comm;ttee and what are known as the panv's buildings everywhere along 1T 0 nati0nal administration the three divisions of the road. .d tQ have the members 0f Kecmits by the hundreds are arm- com,nittee from 18 of the inc- at the Chiekamauga camp daily ,1iKTripts ns arrainst what are and the prospects are that all the regi- Kurt or gtate admits- ed to Carry the Army of Invasion to the Island. Washington, June 17. The war de partment expects to utilize 35 trans ports in the expedition lor me inva sion of Porto Kico. This statement , , . . , , . t,v,oTit I lore me cuuiuci, mcruug " was made officially at the department whh Gen Lddington, i a. . ji! i 1 1, u Tnrtn I n . . , j: yesterday, ii lnuicmcs i. -l quartermaster general, on me conui- Rieo army will equal if not exceed tion o quartermaster's supplies. He in number that which left for Sun- I came m response to a summons from tiarro. The 35 vessels will carry be- the secretary of war who desires to ween 15,000 and 20,000 men wuu rv r-D Willi J1J111 ments will be recruited up to iuii tn-th rtnr nrr the next lew weens. OL.V..... -" O , . . It lias just ueen uiscuin w...v there are forged Washington state warrants in circulation. The amount niwnriv discovered is between 8,ouu and $10,000. ri,!nDirn luinliprs estimate max city subscription to the new war issue of bonds in the neighborhood of $30 000.000. The banks of the city will trntion men. When Hanna was elected senator last January, the opposing candidate was Mavor McKisson, of Cleveland, the home of the senator. There are two delegations here now from Cleveland, but it seems certain that the Hanna Hplprrntinn will be seated over the mc Kisson delegation and thus insure the selection of a Hanna man on the state committee from Cleveland and also tnThl ?Vew bri W being built by the the control of the local committee of I he n.u;'(1""nfhe Wtr Muiy Cuyahoga county. There are contested Illino.s Untrnl . across the ,"3 flpftfon from Allen, Tuscarawas S; SKK on tiieih, and Hardin counties that will affect . ?., i JJ ( ,l n, n,l iniurintr four oth- the selection of members of the state " m An I onniTnitt.ee. ' one "I w""'" : Th. m men have such a large uut oi ine . .. - r 7 . t ninritv nn.onrr the delegates that Kherson, ua.. auout juv uuic www a....JU..,r n - - ...si, twi. ' they will control the convention with to lampa. . 4,ino- after the re Tnrp-e ouanlities oi oruiiHiu-r- i uui murat ....j ..--- B ----- - WASHINGTON. Secretary Alcer has sent are teing hurried' up to Chiekamauga port on credentials is adopted and National Park, and the one supreme the committee on credentials will be . x 4-x ho worlr I onmnnKcrl nlmost unanimously or ine orequrppmg the regin ers: Five cars .W. friends. There is much dis of euipnts arrived on the 19th. appointment over Sena ors Forake These consisted of three cars of gun and Hanna being unable to leav earrings, timbers and caissons for the Washington. Gen. Groavenor will b inn ni(,rB , aA novmnnpnt chail to con- press estimates for appropriations for the army up to January 1 next, amounting to $13,200,000. For the 11 months of the present fiscal year there was an increase in the amount of domestic merchandise ex ported ns compared with the same neriod last venr of $157,138,821, and a increase of. $42,732,983 in the imports of domestic merchandise. A positive denial is made by Secre tary Alger or the story mat ine gov ernment is considering the advisabil ity of makinc another call for volun teer troops. On the contrary the war department is now entirely occupied w ith the task of completing tne equip ment of the large number of organiza tions still without accoutrements. In a few days steps will be taken bv the war department looking to the pavment of the claims of the states ' , - ! .1 una territories tor e.ii-iiKra incui rru liy them in the subsistence and main tenance of the volunteers prior to their muster into the service of the United States. The construction of three large bat tleships, under the provisions of the last naval appropriation bill, is to be undertaken without further delay An order issued on the lGth from army headquarters does away with the custom to allow enlisted men 35 cents extra per day for clerical work Under the new ruling non-commis-oioned soldiers can be required to do these extra duties without extra pay The secretary of the treasury has received a subscription for $10,000,000 of the new bonds from a life insurance company in New York City. President McKinlev has nominated Henry V. Boynton, of the District of Columbia, to be a brigadier general in the volunteer army. During the past liy2 months this nation has supplied to others 100,058. 208 bushels of wheat and 204,000,000 bushels of corn. Official dispatches regarding the yel low fever situation received at the ma rine hospital bureau continue reas oning. There are no new cases any where. The commissary branch of the war department will make arrangements, if possible, for the supply of the troops which go to the l'hihppines with iresn beef and fresh vegetables in reasona ble quantities. A decision of much interest to army officers has been rendered by Secre tary Alger. He holds that troops serv ing within the limits of the United States at a time when there is no for eign army within said limits are not "operating against an enemy," not withstanding the existence of war con ditions. The treasurer of the United States las received a draft for $100 from an employe in the post office service sta tioned in the northwest, who wishes his name withheld, as a donation to be applied to war expenses. artillery and two cars of guns and mis cellaneous stores. After an illness of eight days Wil liam A. Coombs, president oi tne na tional Millers' association, died at Coldwater, Mich., on the 19th, aged 53. He was one of the largest millers in the state and owner of the Coldwater gas plant. be hnth tpmnornrv and permanent chair- mnn and make the key note speech of the campaign. The convention will meet at 4 p. m. to-day. ON TO PORTO RICO. FINEST INTHE WORLD. I Purified Bl00CL No Superior. Washington, June 18. Major Gen J Miles arrived in Washington yesteraay after having directed the departure of the first armv of invasion to Cuba. He conferred with Secretary Alger be fore the cabinet meeting and then their equipment and subsistence. Army officials say reports irom re liable sources show that the number of Spanish soldiers in that country is probably 10,000 men, uuuuuk" Dther statements indicate that there 8 considerably less than that num ber. It is fair to assume, tney suy, that when the United States army ?ommences active operations against San Juan every available man in that place will be impressed Into the mili- tary service anu kivcu a they feel that the army of invasion should be of such proportions as to leave no doubt of its ability to cope successfully with the enemy. Was Weak and Nervous But Hood' Made Him Healthy and Strong. "I was feeling very dull and could not sleep at night. After I had taken two bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla I felt mo. like myself and was soon healthy and strong. Hood's Bursaparilla purified my blood and did me muck good." Rot M. DiX, Hammond, Minn. Hood's Sarsaparilla U America'! Greatest Medicine. II; six tor lb- Gen. Miles said: 'Waving spent some time with the troops during a trying period of hurried preparations, I am glad to say that they are a splendid body of men, which the coun try may well be proud of. As to the regulars, they are the finest corps in the world. Of course the volunteer army is not so well equipped. Some of the states sent men into the field in very good condition, notably Massa chusetts and New York. Others sent their quotas without arms, equipment, or clothing." Gen Miles' attention was directed to the reports coming from Tampa of Thp. embarkation point ior inc f :. j i: : 1 1 L,( il,. -0 fnr Pnrtr, Rico has not yet mg the expedition ----- . - , . 1.4 fnr lihn. "Yes." he sail . mere wrrc Hood's PHIS cure Indigestion, blUounnega. GLAD SHE'DIDN'T'YELL-; When She Found Oat Tnat Her Indus trious Neighbor Wa Not Com mitting Suicide. A certain East end man delights in doing odd jobs about his home. He cuts his grass and trims the walks, and handles a paint brush like an old master. Carpenter tools come handy to him, too, and the sound of his merry saw makes pleasant music for the neighbors, who hae no objection to being awakened early. In short, he is a clever all- f round worKman, ana aeciaeaiy nanay w been finally determined ond will not be until Secretary Alger and the Dresident have conferred with Gen. Miles, who will return to the city to :lay. There is no doubt, however, hat this embarkation will taKe piace mm some point on the Atlantic coast, with a probability in favor of Fer unndina, Fla., or Savannah, Ga. The merits of the first named place have been fully set out, and as to the lat ter place favorable comment was made upon it by the board of army officers which recently conducted the examination of various points in the south. Jacksonville also is con sidered by the board a good place causes contributing to this delay. In the first place the post office service at these points of army concentration is very ucncient. "That has been one of the troubles at Tampa and other places, and as a result the official communications to nnd from the war department, on which depend the regularity ot mov ing many kinds of stores, have been seriously delayed. Then in gathering the munitions of war for an army it was necessary to have the service oi a great number of trains loaded with stores, crowding the railroad lines far bevond their usual capacity. However, .reel oy ri.J?tfih is rrettin straightened out or the assemonng oi troops, uuiiuugii -r- i.n,i nt ; hnn been t is not believed that the water in the now and already most of it has beui of satisfactory ,"lol"r- '""''"i""" ' in very goou neuiiu. 5t. John s river is of satisfactory depth to permit of the easy move ment of a large number of vessels to md from the harbor. FOOD PRICES RISE. For the purposes of the Torto Iti- I People Who Live la Havana Must Fosses! an expedition Assistant Secretary Fat PocUetbooka or uo Hungry. Meiklejohn said yesterday that the de- Key West, June 21. A vessel ar partment and now available 11 trans- rived here yesterday from the block ports, some of which are already at ade and brought an officer of the Cu so u them points, and these will carry ban army and a pilot, who are carry ibout 6,000 men with their equip- ing important dispatches to Senor ments. The war department is in Estrada Falma, of the Cuban junta, lommunication with the various from Gen. Rodriguez, the insurgent, oastwise steamship companies on the commander of Havana province. Atlantic and gulf with a view to se- The Cubans were taken on boara Miring the additional vessels needed. 0n Saturday from an auxiliary gun- lnrrre number have been submitted hnn whii-h had nicked them up. The Some Standard Oil History. Columbus. June 18 Attorney Gen eral Monnett has secured from the for the inspection of the officers of messengers of Gen. Kodriguez give an Standard Oil Co. a list pt tne concerns -foe quartermaster s department, irom interesting account ,of their experi that went into the great oil combine nhich they hope to obtain the needed ences. After leaving the insurgent FOREIGN. A dispatch from Kingston, Jamaica, says that United States Consul Dent has been so beset by Spanish spies that he has been forced to leave the hotel at which he was living and take up residence at a club. A 1 aris caoiegram sujo iuo French steamer Pictavia, from New York, which has arrived at Marseilles, reports that she was fired at by the Brooklyn near New York. The owners of the steamer will make a protest to the French government. Oriental advices state that the lsiana and the amount of capital stock that e.neh carried. The alleged trust lias been in operation since 1892. One of the inquiries was with regard to the number of stockholders and the shares they hold. It is said the shares are worth'over $300 a piece and there are in all 17.795 shares. This does not include, however, the fractional shares of stock that are held m great num bers in different parts of the east. ships. A REMARKABLE SCENE. mmn thev made their way into the : - -v . - , .i., city of Havana, spent several uj there, proceeded to one of the small inlets in the neignuornoou, hivie u small boat and rowed out to sea in the hope of coming across an Ameri can vessel. They were three days in Dedication of a Confederate Monument at Jacksonville, Fla., Show that the Sec tions are United. Tnobsnnviiip. Fin.. .Tune 17 The r,v0;nn. nt the 2n.onn Confederate the boat before they were picKeu up. monument, here yesterday marked o The Cubans report that there are no ?hanter in history strange in cmci- lence and remarkable in surrounl- ngs. Eighteen years ago on the oiazza oi one ot tne uuicm u. supplies of rice, maize, potatoes or eggs in Havana. Flour they say costs 50 cents per pound and me army mj been placed on half rations. The messengers class as taise uic One Hnv not lnnor aio the woman of the house next door happened to come out on her back porch. There she casually looked over the low fence into the handy man's yard. What she saw scared her so that she couldn't move hand or foot. The haDdy man was ly ing prone on his back, his body concealed beneath his porch, but with his face in strong relief. He was very pale, his hair was dis ordered, and his eyes were rolled up and fixed in a ghastly intentness. Against his breast he seemed to be pressing some deadly weapon that glistened as a ray of light touched it. The woman on the porch tried to scream, and couldn't. She knew the handy man was committing suicide. He panted, his face grew red, and his form seemed convulsed. The woman on the porch caught her agon ized breath and was about to let out a 40 horse power yell when she heard the sup posed suicide anxiously ask: "Isn't it through yet?" "Yes," said a voice from above, "it been yoost through." About this time the woman on the porch understood that the handy man was boring an auger hole through the floor of his porch, that the deadly weapon' was an auger, and that the hired girl was on hand to watch lio nnaro t i nn Then the woman on the porch was glad shi didn't yell Cleveland Plain Dealer. Blood-Cleanln. ' House-cleaning is a duty in every well-res-ulated household. People don t wait mt. the tilth becomes painfully apparent, but it stands to reason tW in every day use more or less dust or dirt accumulate. It is so with the human blood. From the enormous variety of eatables taken into the stomach, I Quantity of useless material is bound to accumulate in the blood, and clog the free and wholesome now in ineveci. person should from .time to time have a i'blood-cleaning" and the best clearer and Wood purifier is Cuscarets Candy Cathartic. We recommend them to all our readers. Dropping Htm Hard. He Ah, yes, I know I'm my own worst enslui-0h, you egotist! Chicago Evening News. Congressman Tayler Renominated. Alliance, June 16. The republkan, SfIenl w vt: .. a " reports that vessels have succeeded in being ravaged by a J'afcueA'' lunibiana county, the present con- . Klatesman who had made the ;",, Luin Vf.ssplti hve r tha I I . ...... .. 1 uui.y urir otrnu. ....... Old Gotrocks (savagely)-"What's that! You mean to tell me that you really love my daughter for herself alone?" Young Hard up (tremulously) "Y-es, sir; but I think I could learn to l-love you, t-too, sir in t-t-time, sir." Vanity Fair. gressmnn, was renominated on tne first ballot. Judge Johnston, of l'oungstown, was Tayler's only oppo nent. Judge George liakiwin, ot can ton, made the nominating speech for Tavler and J. Euhlin, of Youngstown, made the address in behalf of Johns ton. The convention was one of the liirirest ever held m this district in point of attendance. T I 1? ..1 1 I .... m rnnnanftnn Toledo. June 17.-The fifth general hhnpter of our history loung 1'eople s EAST. Announcement is made of the as signment of the Boston Woven Hose and Kubber Co. Liabilities $1,200,000. On the 15th the New Jersey prohi bition state convention nominated George Lamonte. of Hound Brook, for governor. The present nominee was the prohibition candidate for governor in 1892. One hundred dollars has been voted by the aldermen of Lowell, Mass., to buy a gold watch for George Charette, one of the heroes of the Merrimne. at Santiago, and to have it inscribed to commemorate the event. It was also voted to name a new primary school for Charette, who was born and brought up near Lowell. On the IHth the open golf champion ship of the United States was won at Hamilton, Mass., by Frederick Herd, of the Washington Turk Golf club, of Chicago. Receiver Harlow, of the suspended People's bank, of Philadelphia, baa been enabled, as a result of receiving check for over $400,000 from Presi dent James McManes, to announce to the depositors and creditors of tbe bank that he is now in a position to pay them a dividend of 90 per cent., and that the remaining 10 per cent will follow in three months. he either black plague or Asiatic chol era. It threatens to exterminate the islanders. United States soldiers recently cap tured at Guantanamo n Cuban with dispatches which he was carrying to the Spanish general. He was turned over to the Cuban commander and shot. . The latest news from San Domingo is that the attempted revolution there has been suppressed and tranquility prevails throughout the republic. LATER NEWS. The N"ew York state military author ities announced on the 20th that none r.f the nrwimizations of the old na tional guard which did not go out under the first call will be given an opportunity to volunteer under the second call. This decision will prevent the Seventh, Twenty-third and seventy-fourth regiments and ten separate companies from forming a part of New York s quota unuer mc oc" call. .... v.ftv-twn candidates for codctship to West Toint who passed their ex aminations last March reported to iu iutant Hazard at West Point, N. i ., on the 20th, took Tne outn oi nmt;.". and were admitted as cadets to the military academy. President Gates, of Amherst (Mass.) college, has sent a letter to the trus tees from Cambridge, England, resign ing the presidency of the institution. He is now on a year's lenve of absence and the resignation is to take effect on the expiration of this leave. Tfenresentative Davenport, ol lenn- svlvania. has introduced a bill in con- .. : tfinn rw I " . , . i 41 .. -.1. UUL Willi a Polish of the lnte. Cunt. Charles V. Gridley, I wnmnn and left a husband and four who commanded the flagship uiynipiu sn)aU children, despondency is tne in the battle at Manila. cause. She did it 311st alter ner nus- About 250 exiled Cubans in Costa I band had gone to work. Rica, who are anxious to fight for the deliverance of their native country, i,o nnTiiinnerl William I. Merry, the laurels of a victor unfading by pro- . , hnrhnr and that no food laiming, "Let us have peace. les- whntever is received from Cienfuegos. erdav his grandson as a member 01 ,, fu., i ronrt thnt lard is ihe staff of Gen. Lee, stood within 8 geU. nt 50 cents rice nt 20i beiins at iew feet of the same spot reviewing . tg r pound 9 of soldiers in blue, veterans who had opposed each other on the Battlefields, and thousands 01 r ior- dans marching to do honor to a con 'edernte soldier in bronze who viewed Kith the cold eyes of the past a living convention of the Christian union of the United Breth ren churches of the country is in ses Ri'nn here. Delegates and visitors were received Thursday and the ex ecutive council met. Last night J. E. Gunkel and Rev. F. P. Rosselot made addresses of welcome, and Hon. Matt Edmonds, of Kansas, responded. One thousand delegates, from all parts of the United States and Canada, are here. The convention will continue until Sunday night. Drowned. Cleveland. June 21 Thomas Bar ber, a foreman in crib No. 1 of the new water tunnel, was drowned late Sunday afternoon in the lake sea was rolling at tne time. steam barge Burroughs, on its way A regimental band from the land oi he old Yankees stepped proudly to the strains of a march and uki 31ory" waved in the southern breeze, rhe flew Yankees from North Caro lina and Virginia, clad in blue, took; up the echoes with the refrain of Dixie. Behind trooped the old Fed- ;ral veterans and then came the old Confederates under the stars and bars, floating beside the stars and stripes. A Federal army in Jacksonville mnrcneti mm" ,..1.. u. ... -- - o - . . a nv pie of an extreme southern state past wnoiesaic ciiiim-i....s . .,..! ,.. v,., Tool tinT-Tment. Monday when secretary the reviewing mu.hu mu....... .y " I- or. ,vr ernft, md a Grant, under the eyes 01 a liar- Jong suiincu uuiu " nil-Ail luhnsp fnther was a Federal gen-1 All of these were provided tor in tne nr . . -; n nnnronriation bill, and and the nephew of the vice president, to un- while contracts for their construction 1 its way ceil a monument dedicated by ex-Con- have not yet been let, the ndvertise- and all are scarce, and they say that all horses of private families, stores and liverv stables, have been confis cated by order of (Jen. Arolas, the military governor of Havana, for the use of the troops. There is naruiy any traffic in the streets of Havana anil groups of more than two persons are not allowed to loiter on street corners. The street railway company, whose cars are drawn bv horses, are obliged to run a car every hour in stead of every five minutes us hereto fore, as the 'horses of the company have been taken by the government. WAR CRAFT NAMED. A. Wholesale Chrlstrnlni; Take Place at the Navy Department. Washington. June 21. 1 here was a Bar Iron Scale Signed, Youngstown, June 18. The bar iron iTnite.i Ktntes minister to that conn- I conference held here ended at mid trv askkng to be allowed to enlist as ni(rht Thursday in a satisfactory man United States volunteers m mc um-j ner am tne scale was signeu, practic e luirrougiis, on its wav 1 mi u iiiuuiuurui- u.,n.u-. j ... . - - - , tu 11 .; i . ..... . ...1 i 1 1....... l.onr, it-aiieri pvnfm, in tne out to the enn, nao n rougn tune 01 1 leurimrn y ...1. - ,! nli ;hp boats ahnut Vinlf vv between I lend except on tne 1111 ui iubiuiv.i uimc ui mc muu.. ---- ii. nnrii " L,v. j .- 4 . - - . i.rt- ,rii wenrn. shore and the crib a heavy sea washed Through the streets 01 a soutnern oe j tmev , Barber overnoara. ijite lines were :hj wui...vv. - , ---- - ,,, i,na . , . 1 .. 4r .ilr i nrhnw nnme and fame is con-1 thhs is the Maine, for congress has thrown 10 nun linn rn;y em 11, ...uC ""i".r. , 4v. , 4V.t El,..ll be con- tn K-ive his life but he went down be-1 :entrateu souuirrn umiui.y, .. ... pruvmcu m.vl. - W help could reach him. " foot of a pedestal that lifts up the tinned in the naval list The other lore neip comu reum nun. I ..1V .JLi.iu. n virpnw Ktood n v,; i,nHeiiinK will be called the . . . imiliwirni nuiun i .. .v . , ulfs Lorain woman suicides. I Sartoris, who is a Grnnt to us now, Missouri and the Ohio, ine nrst u Lorain, June 17 Mary Flacznskl, I ini a Harrison nt home with the peo- the torpedo boats bears the name 01 aged 2S, committed suicide 1 hursday I ie from whim his ancestors sprang, the brave young Knsign nagiey, who was Killed on tne ucck ui mc under the guns of Cardenas, the first , ,B, x i:f ii,.m. R.rnlators Punl.h Five Dnskj American naval omcer 10 .uc ... IMurrlererii. in tne war. Montgomery. Ala.. June 18. Th men who murdered Mr. Corden, hi wife and nn old man named Larlee Wetumnka. were lynched yester a.y. -1-n.Bm.r ".p' " : Am'.ri-, fo. unl hro--Hnii.. A QUINTUPLE LYNCHING. Four Rtntes have the privilege of giving their names to monitors Ar kansas, Connecticut, Florida and Wy oming. The names given to the 10 hnnt dcHtrovers are those of THE EXCELLENCE OF SYBUP OF RCS is due not only to the originality and simplicity of the combination, but also to the care and skill with which it is manufactured by scientific processes known to the California. Fio Svkup Co. only, and we wish to impress upon all the importance of purchasing the true and original remedy. As the genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured by the Califoknia Fig Syrup Co. only, a knowledge of that fact will assist one in avoiding the worthless imitations manufactured by other par ties. The high standing of the Cali fornia Fig Syrup Co. with the medi cal profession, and the satisfaction which the genuine Syrup of Figs has given to millions of families, makes the name of the Company a guaranty of the excellence of its remedy. It is far ia advance of all other laxatives, as it acts on the kidneys, liver and bowels without irritating or weaken ing them, and it does not gripe nor nauseate. In order to get its beneficial effects, please remember the name of the Company CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. AN FRANCISCO, Cat. LormviLi.E. Kr. new tokk. N. T. to fight against Spain The president has nominated Adel- hert Ames, of Massachusetts, imu oub eph W. Plume, of Mew Jersey, to be brigadier generals in tne "' - .liiinntoh from HCIgraue, serviu.. troops. The governor go, tur, Hopkins,' Hull. Lawrence Mac Jout 90 militiamen .and sem Donough, Paul Jones Perry, Preble. 11 . 11 nnmn no if i-n a In ct vunp I . . 1 ..i any tue '"MULZr Z Rit. Tmxton. Whipple and Wor- Manuincturtia " them to ueimu mi., -ji , nlliip,i tr, the tor- new clauses, which were overcome. Lw there, however, the mob , ha : den. 'lames allied to th . tor .7Z7Bt scur,R ."!? l'Tri " " h n ,V stn of glorious memory. Besides . ... I and tOOK tllrlll I" luc Tl,.;r lli,1,lle. , i T,, is Tho in if on-1 i f tiio neo-roeR enn-1 Jiniriev me.v mc. j..v....J( , States court has louno iiarry ivi. 1 fessed to nuvm iniuupi " savs ex-Oueen Natalie is organizing an , . nri,i report, O., a national I crime and one of them told where n He was compelled .......i!: tv.a uent. of the war be-I v ' ' . ... ..... 1 I ,i liiil the money, fia and the United States in " , " to find it and in a few minutes all five order to nurse both Americans and e' " were swung up and their bodies r.u miiu. ...v..-. I riled Wltn uuneis. Spaniards. The Illinois supreme court has de cided that public warehousemen enn Will Not Indome Annexation. Columbus, June 17. Ohio republi- The Coant Patrol. Washington, June 17. The nnvy de- has completed its nrranj the Atlantic and gulf coasl not store their own grain in their own can (,twiPrR, after a conference with nnrtm(int elevators, issue warehouse receipts to I ireHitlent McKinley, have decided to I Pnrl'"1 , 1 ii 1.., .,...11 the His-1 i ...1. r.t icn0 I ment 01 tnemseives u.. yv ; r prevent, yi . , Bt.etchin(r from Eastport charge oi a puunc oiuy in.n av0ring tne nnnexuuon m mc 1 unip-i . - 1. 0,i ,mnn them. This is tlie ti, Ohio renublican conven- Me., around to Jew Orleans there nr ond of a fight thnt the Chicago board Jlon ' t WOuld appear as though in-1 40 auxiliary naval craft, including of trade has been making against ele- F.,jm by the president, they say, and I gw;ft yachts, reconstructed single tur- . , a . t. A. ...... r I.I . ' , 1 1 1 . J a! 1 ...111 I i J 1L. .!.! 1 .w.n.mm i rr. Porto Rico. vator men for the past eight years, The resolutions providing for the annexation of Hawaii were laid before the senate on ? 20th and were debated durinir the entire e ion. A test vote on a parliamentary question lined up the 'rientls and opponents of the reso lutions and showed that the advocates of an ,iation are in a larnc majority.... The house 1 ih! ireneral deficiency bill, ( J2i'A,0flM)C0, and the reniaindcr of the session j T)avton, August 23 and 24, was oevotea 10 umn i Vie ImH not decided the course he will I rPt, monitors of the civil war, tug- pursue as to the Philippines ana boats, ferryboats and not a lew large . . 1 . ,1 a n...nn rrt.D. and wen uihum iiicicittiiiLiucii. ju Will be Held at Dayton In Ang-nb Columbus, June 17 The demo cratic state .central committee has de- bill, carrying I elded to hold the state convention at 40 ships are disposed at the several TlheZt Le ter sold large const and gulf cities, while w iJLned for thf miles or more Beaward an outei Hlakely, De Long, Nicholson, O'Brien, Shubrick, Stockton, Thornton, lingey, Wilkes. There is now only one ves sel, either building or authorized, left without a name, a gunboat officially known as No. 16. More Clouds Gather ror Letter. Chicago. June 21 More threaten ing clouds are gnthcring for Leiter. Since the announcement of Leiter s withdrawal from the deal, the price nt wheat has declined ten cents. 1 hat means an additional loss of $1,000,000 within a week which the elder Leiter apparently will have to pay. Another source of evil to the Leiter prospects Is the persistent rumor from across the wnter that foreigners are refus- Various reasons are assigned for the rejection, I but in each case there appears me I Try Grain-Ol I Try Grain-O! Ask you Grocer to-day to show yon a package of GEAIN-O, the new food drink that takes the place of coffee. The children may drink it without injury as well as the adult. All who try it, like it. GEAIN-0 has that rich Bdal brown of Mocha or Java, but it is made from pure grains, and J ir. . l .. 1. 1 il W UXO lilUOU UUiiUULC SbUUlOVU ICUUIVOS lb without distress, i the price of ooffee. 15 cents and 25 cents per package. Bold by all grocers. Tastes like Coffee Looks like Coffee Insist that your grocer gives too QBAI5-0 Ascepi, no Imitation. I M CUHtS WHtKTi picket line is mmntaine py tour o, that MteT wf flnd U r ... the larger warships of the San Fran cisco class. vheat comingr back to him in Fist (ins. Best CouKh Sjrup. Tastes Good. Use I I in time, mia nr armtmnm.