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Theodore Roosevelt is Gov ernor of New York. IN AUG DEAL CEREMONIES New Executive Promises to Give .... an Honest Administration. v. COMMON1 SENSE AND COURAGE Mr. Roosevelt Rays They arc More to be Desired by Officials (ban Brll- . liancy and Genius Welfare of All Uie People Must be Sought. ' Albany ' K. Y., Jan. 3. Theodore Boosevelt was yesterday , in aiugunaited as ewer nor of Xew York. In spite of extreme' cold' weather the ceremony was witnessed by a great crowd of people gathered in the assembly 'hall of the Capitol Preceding the inaugu? ration there was a parade of civic and DiilKpry foodies, n Bishop Doane of the protestamt Episcopal diocese of Al bany, offered prayer and Secretary of State MoDonongh administered -the oath of office to 'the governor-elect, aftei vvhich Gov. Black welcomed 'his successor. ; ' , .; , ! - Ex-Gov; ' Black's ' address was very brief, closing as follows: 'To all those citizens who .place integrity above personal ladant'age ''there will axiae from this occasion a strong en couragemenit and a most sanguine hope. Although the state is now upon the full tide of prosperity and many full crown evils have been killed and many others wounded, yet there is much left to be done and the people welcome to this" high official post one whose career has demonstrated his in tegrity, his courage and his skill. "They have vested you with ample power and they will expect great re sults; but if the qualities thiat have thus far moved and supported you 'hereafter keep you company, you will 'have nothing to fear1 and the "people nothinor to regret. iReplvinffi-ti6vr-08evelf part: "A very heavy responsibility rests upon the governor of INew York state, a state of ' 7,000,000 inhabitants, of great wealth, of widely varied indus tries and with a .population singularly diversified, not merely in occupation but in race' origin, in habits of life and in ways of thought. It is jaot, an easy task, so to frame our larVi that justice may be done to all alike in such a population,, so many of whom hare istic, . But upon the great and funda mental 'issues ipt, gopd 't government there must .always i ; a? unity of in terest among all' $efsons'"who,wish well to the commonwealth..' There is less need of genius or of any special brilliancy 4n the administration of our 'government than, there is need of jmoh homely virtues and 'qualities s com mon sense, honesty' and courage.' .'"We. must realize on the one hand that we can do little if we do not set ourselves a high ideal, and ' on the other thait we, will fail in accomplish ing even this little if We do' not work thorough practical ..roethods; and ! with a readiness to" face life asit' isahd not as '.we think it Ought to be. Under no form of government is it so neces ' sary thus to combine efficiency an morality, high principle and rough common sense, justice and the sturdi est physical and moral courage, as in a iHSpublfc. It is Absolutely impossi ble for a republic long to endure if it 'becomes either corrupt or cowardly; df its public men, no less than its pri vate men, lose the indispensable virtue of honesty, if its leaders of thought become visionary doctrinaires,' or if it shows 'a lack of courage1 In dealing with the many grave problems which it must surely facet both at home and abroad, as it strives to work, put the destiny mete for a mighty nation. . "It is ,only (through the party sys tem that free governtnents are now successfully carried oh, and ( yet we must keep ever vividly before us that the usefulness of a party, is strictly limited by its usefulness tl. $ he state, nd rthait in t he long run he" serves his ipaxty 'best who most helps to make it instantly responsive to every need of the people and to the highest de mands of that spirit which tends (to lrive'us onward and upward. ' . "It shall be my purpose,' so far as I am -given strength, to administer my office with an eye single to the wel fare of .all .the people of this great commonwealth." , . '...- At the public reception io ,f.he ex ecutive chamber in the afternoon ful ly 6,000 people grasped Gov,. Roose velt's hand ami 2,006 more , were un able" to gain admittance. Before the reception an elegant 'bronze inkstand was presented to Gov. Roosevelt by the members-of 'the Hamilton club, of Chicago,' rt'farge delegation of which was pre'sent Tat 'the inaugural ceremo nies.'. Gov. Roosevelt also received an autograph' album' containing "the' sig- intiivAif nf m. mpm'lwrH vf f.h nlwli After 4unJheon there, was ft Teception . at the executive .mansion. . ti i ''''"'' TlTIurdered by .Tramps. 1 ", St. rVuJ,JMin'fl., Jan.. 3. John Well oi'er, off'' Lafayette, Nioollat county, was shot in the head and hip "by two tramps whotn,3ie. had given shelter. They rtywtid Mrs. Wellmer to.'e louaige with jclothesliue .and escaped with Welhner's, team,', After the men had gone Mrs. Wellmar 'began gnawing at the rope-.with her teeth and after sev eral hours succeeded in liberaitlng her self. Going into the yard she found herhuslband dead and his body frozen. AV1H Use Compressed Air motor. . S.t Louis, Jan. 8. The Post Dispatch says: 'Negotiations are nearly com pleted for the equipment of a part of the St. LouIb street railway system ra'Hh ni pressed air motors. , . . . TRADE REVIEW. . Excess of Export Over Imports Wen About (617,000,000, Against t3t7 000,000 In 1897-Larsely Hue to In dustrial Progress. (XewYork, Dec 31.' It. Q. Dun & Co.'s Weekly (Review of Trade says: The year 1893 has surpassed all other years in financial and industrial re sults. The center of financial power has crossed the ocean. After paying debts' of several' hundred millions abroad and conducting a war to an honorable end, the country is lending so many millions in Europe that, for the first time, banks abroad look to New York ' to dictate, the rate of ex change. Exports have been about $1,250,000,000 and the excess over im ports tfbout $617,000,000, against $357, 000,000 in 1S97, and in only two pre vious years has the balance risen to $300,000,000. Jn no past' calendar year have net.imports 6'f gold reached $75, 000,000, but this year they have been about $140,000,000. November passed all previous months in value of pro duce exports over imports, but De cember has gone much ' beyond No vember. . ; , , , Power in the world's markets comes with a .demand for bread stuffs- and other necessaries . never before equalled.- Exports of cotton have been ov f 7,700,000 'bales. Exports of bread sti.fs have been in value $233,918,294, in 11 months, and have never been as large in any other year. Exports of wheat for the 3'ear. lacking a day or ;twp, have . .been .218.594,636 bushels, flour included, slightly exceeded by 25,665,812 in 1802, and of corn 200; 979.077 bushels. The-triumph in finance has been largely due. to industrial progress. The output of pig iron has been about 11,845,000 ; tons,; ' the greatest yet reached in any year by 2,000,000 tons and greater than Great Britain ever reached by! 2,800,000 tons. Exports of iron manufactures in ten months were about $87,044,538 in value, against tm- po.rts of $13,497,817. t Prices shown for the year have 'been unusuauy steaay, varying not 5 per cent, for pig ,from the lowest to the highest, and for fin ished products not 6 per cent. " " ' Textile industries have been retard ed by hisrh prices ot wool and abnor mally low 'prices of cotton, both de terring purchases In spite of enor mous stocks held wool was so lifted that (buying both o( wool and of goods was checked early in the year, but slow decline began In February.- Sales have been only 232,451,131 pounds at the three chief markets, so that the mills have probably used less than a full year's supply and the stock of goods was also excessive a year ago. Failures in the United States for the week were 252 and in Canada 22, total 274, against 2S9 last week, 293 the preceding week, and 410 the corresponding- week last year, of which 395Vere in the United States and 21 in Canada. Of failures , in the United States, 74 have liabilities exceeding $5,000 and 178 liabilities less than $5,000. For four weeks of December total liabilities of" Arms falling were 811,697-,605, against 810,860,586 last year. BATTLESHIP OHIO. Work on the Bis; Vessel now.Vndet Way. San Francisco, Dec. 31. 'Work . on the "battleship Ohio has been com menced at the Usloii iron works. The Ohio will be the largest ship ever built on the coast and one of three largest ever built dn the American navy. . She will hare a displacement of 12,500 tons and her dimensions will be as follows;. J' Length, 388 feet; breadth, 72 feet 3 inches; draught , 23 feet 9 inches. The new battleship will be 20 feet longer than the Wisconsin and 40 feet longer than the Oregon. She will have a greater displacement than the Wisconsin by 1,000 tons and 2,000 tons more than the Oregon. The Ohio's contract speed Is two knots faster than the Wisconsin and three knots faster than the Oregon. IN MEXICO. Wells-Fargo messenger Believed to Have Itscaped Across the Border. San Antonio, Tex.; Dec. 31. Beeler, the Wells-Fargo messenger who dis appeared simultaneously with the loss of $60,000 . worth of express pack ages, is still at large. It is generally believed that he, went tq Mexico, and unless something untoward occurred he is s now . safely across the Rio Grande. ' He rode aibott 'lOOf miles westward, on' a freight train. He car ried a small bundle, In' the manner of a tramp' Bloodhounds were'ient af ter him but ' lost the trail whre Beeler toolt '.the train. The Wells Co. has offered $5,000 reward for the thief. Want a Reduction. J Terre Haute, Ind., Dec. 31. 'At a very largely attended meeting of the coal operators qf Indiana a delega tion ot 11 wis appointed, ;to attend the interstate, 'conference to ' be . held at Pittsburg next month'. It was de elded that a-reduction in the wage ' scale- should be asked and that In any event an advance, should bet .resisted to the last extremity.;, The block coal operators as weilj as, the bituminous operators were in the meeting. . Want Wages Restored. Fall River, Maiss., Dec. 31. The tex tile workers of the city are preparing to'ask'for restoration of the 10 per cent, reduction in wages made jn the early part of the year. A gerieral re duction of, wages which. whs made over.'a year ago affected, more than 25,000 operatives in the Fall River cot- , ton; mills. i . , " v , . Charged with Forgery.. v ' New York, Pec. 31. Frank Ar Park er, sold, ta be the son of wealthy resi dents ,W Chicago, was remanded In police court here yesterday on a charge, of forgery. . The police say Parker. is at the head of a dangerous gang , of forgers: Parker is alleged to be connected with .Waller Dixon, who was arrested two; weeks ago. He is charged with attempting to pass's check for $721 drawn on the Germa nla American bank and bearing ths forged . signature of Scheenesi BroB.& tobacco dealers of this city. The po lice say Parker is wanted la Chicago. NEWS OF OHIO. Gathered by Telegraph From All . Parts of the State. The Eflbrts Failed. Columbus, Dec. 31. It was report ed yesterday that the efforts to,, revive the Ohio coal -pool have utterly failed and both coal operators and coal car riers will let their organizations go to pieces with the wreck of the Central Coal & Coke Co., which will be dis puted owing to inability to withstand the fierce competition of the West Vir ginia field. The operators have here tofore had nn organization called the Ohio Coal Co., which company oper ated with the Ohio Coal Traffic asso ciation in the maintenance of the cen tral coal and coke compact. The op erators are not now disposed to con tinue the organization and even the Ohio coal roads nre disinclined 'to maintain the coal traffic association, believing that without legal power to issue joint tariffs for the seven roads its usefulness as a statistical bureau is not sufficient to justify the expense. The various roads are preparing to ls- sue their own tariffs independent of the association. :'"'.'' ' ... , . Fire at Oberlln. . ,,,, Oberlin, Dec. 30. Fire which start ed in DeFrance's millinery establish? ment early Thursday morning totallj destroyed W. J. Stone's boot and shoe, store, Mrie DeFrance's millinery store, Owl printing office, the Central Union Telephone Co.'s office, J. L. Ed ward's insurance office, T. J., Rice's, photograph gallery, E. Shallie'so. eery and J. F.. Harmon's drug store, F. E. Burgess' drug store, G. C, Prince's real estate office, Dr. Geo. E, Smith's office, .7. V. Siddall's office. A, G. Coming's book store and Sage Bros.' grocery were -badly damaged. - The loss will be $50,000, partially covered by insurance. ' 1 Agrees with miles. Cleveland, Dec. 31. Gen. George A. Garretson. of this city, says that there is no-doubt that a large part of the sickness among the soldiers in Porto Rico was due to rotten canned meat. He had all the chance in the world to make this observation Ijeing In com mand of a division in the island. He took extra precautions to take. several beeves with him, and in that way. af ter it was found that the canned beef was' totally unfit for use, his division was able to have fresh beef. Gen. Garretson says the condition of affairs was fully as bad as reported, and he thoroughly agrees with Gen. Miles.. Postmasters Appointed. Washington, Dec. 31. Congressman1 Ta3-ler has ended the suspense in the post office contests at East Liverpool, Wellsville and Minerva, in his district, and announces the following appoint ments at those places: W. H; Surles, East Liverpool; T. R. Snowden, Wells ville, and George E. McDonald, Miner- ya. Fourth-class postmasters were appointed in Ohio Thursday as fol lows: Daniel Bender, Wagram, Lick ing county; W. O. Perrin, Lathrop, Athens; H. Ernsberger, North Creek, t x - - ' jruinam. , . f - 'I'll! 11 I . .- i.i Charged with IQnrder. , . Portsmouth, Dec. ,29. Two ..weeks ago two human 'bodies were found un. der an old stump., in p. hollow near this cityt The remains were those of children and the matter was kept; se cret. The corpner was informed and Wednesday found a verdict charging Ii8s Rachel Glenn,-a girl'of 20, with the,, wilful murder of, her twin .chil dren, and that her mother and sister, Saralh, aided and abetted 'in the crime. The Glenns are prominent farmers. ' The Sewer Pipe Trust. ; Akron, Dec. 30. A secret meeting of sewer pipe' manufacturers was held here Wednesday night in the interest of the proposed new trust with $30, 000,000 capital.' The 'purpose was to arrange for' the purchase of Akron works. Indications now favor a sue- cessful termination 'of the conference. Akron manufacturers have blocked the deal 'heretofore. 1 ' " 1 ' ' ' -t ' t . . , . , . , i:ay to Pick. I Columbus, D.fc. '3i. Ed .'Sayre, pros ecutor of Alien eountv, came here Fri day t? consult John Ray, convipt, said to be one .of the most expert , s,afe penprs in the'Uhited States, regain ing the Lima bank robbery.." Ray told J dm he would 'rather bpen'time locks ban any other. 'His method Was to iise a powerful magnet' to manipulate -... i hi -' !' ' j , ChrlHtlnii Scientist lioea. Free. Cincinnati, Dec. 31. Judge Hollis ter, Friday morning reversed the po lice court ruling in the Christian sci entist case of Harriet Evans, and freed her. 'The court holds that the rites she performed were religious and not medical, and therefore not. within the state medical registration law, under which she was prosecuted. ;. .., Believe He was Murdered. '' iToledo, "Dec. ' 30. Jacob Bowser, 'a member of the off firm of Metzger Bros., was found dead Wednesday on ,the Metzger lease, in Ross township, wood county, under suspicious . cir cumstances. Bowser was . 50 years old, and reputed to be worth $100,000, Charges Filed. ', Cleveland, Dec. 29. The charges against Judge F. E. Dellenibaugh and Senator Vernon H. Burke were 'filed in the circuit court Wednesday after noon- by the committee of the bar as sociation appointed to formulate and prosecute the charges.1 ' Refuses to Kat. Cincinnati, Dec. 69. Attorney J. W. Bchoenberger, who is in the county jail, refuses to eat. Schoenberger is charged with appropriating over $3,000, given him by Charles Steinau to pay taxes. He is in prison under" the law which allows imprisonment .or debt made through fraud. ' . Carried Away the Safe. , I iincinnau, jjec. av. uue Ik) be s general store on Elm street was rdbbed last night. The thieves loaded a 400 pound safe into a wagon and drove off. It contained about $125 and many valuable papers. ThO " ;": Home Savings Bank Co., WELLINGTON, OHIO, Transact a general banking bnsinesf, toying and selling notes and bills of ex thange. 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