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VOL. II. NO. 165.
MARIETTA, OHIO, SATUIIDAY, JULY 11, 1896.
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Nominated for President by the
Democratic Convention on
the Fifth Ballot.
Gold Men to the Number of 185 De
clined to Participate in Voting.
Gov. Stone Reads a Note From Mr.
Bland Withdrawing His Name
on the Fifth Ballot.
Tho Missouri Delegation Then Clmnires
Their Thlrly-rour Votes From "Sllvor
Dick" to tho "Uoy Orator," Thus
Nomlnutlng tho Latter Tho
' i Convention Tithes a l'cccssi
Until right O'clock.
CONVENTION Hall, Chicago, July 10. The
convention was called to order at 8:S0 p. m. by
Us presiding officer, Senator White, of Cali
fornia, who immediately handed ovor tho
travel to Keprosontatlve Richardson, of Ten
nessee, who nete'd as president pro torn for tho )
evening as well as curing tho morning ses
sion. It took tho sorgcant-at-arms and bis
.assistants fully t-jajjUnutes moro toallay the
conoressma: bhvan, of Nebraska.
upresr una canrusion na rcr. trc-m cT:a a
tolerable degreo of order and oven that lasted
for only a very brief Interval, for every mo
ment, on one pretence or another, tho crowds
broke out with cheorlnc
A-nd DSTo w Is tlie
Men's Fine Suits.I
REDUCED FROM $12.00 AND $13.50 TO
Comprising Diagonals, Clay Wor
steds, Scotches, Cheviots.iand Fine
Cassimeres. REMEMBER that these
are not $9.00 Suits, but our regular $12.00
and $ 1 3.50 Suits.
Hot Weather Clothing!
Black Alpaca Coats $ 1 .00, 1 .25, 1 .50, 2.00.
Black Alpaca and Bombazine Coats and
Vasts $2.25, 2.50, 3.00, 4.00.
Blue Ssrge Coats and Vests $4.00, 4.50, 5.00.
Men's Fine Black Drabdete Coats and Vests
in Regular and Minister Lengths $3.50, 4.00,
Men's White Vests $ 1 .25, 1 .50, 2.00.
Men's Negligee Shirts!
New and beautiful patterns in Neg
ligee and Stiff Bosoms. Resrular
UU ULUi $1.00 values.
perfect fitting shirts.
Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers,
Cor. Front and Butler ste,, . , Old P. 0. Building
Tho chairman Informed tho convention that
roll of states 'would now bo called, so tbat
nominations of candidates for the presidency
should bo mado. Dy an agreement entered
into by tho friends of tho several candidates,
tho chairman added, tho nominations and sec
onding speeches would bo confined to 30 mln
utos In length, which time might bo used
cither when tho nominations wcro mado or
when tho state of tho speaker was called.
Sonator Vest, of Missouri, was tho first del
egate to ascend tho platform, ovon beforo the
call of states had got further in tho alphabet
ical list than tho state of Arkansas. Mr. Vest
placed Hon It. P. IUana In nomination for tho
presidency of the United States David Over
mcror. of Kanins. 'indj. U. yiliii. nt tl-
nus.i. P. filuvELY, of Indiana,
llnols.'secondod tho nonr.ntU'.un of Sir. "JTlanO.
When Georgia was called, It T. Lewis took
tho platform and placed ex-Congressman W.
J. liryan In nomination. Tho convention
went wild at tho first mention of Bryan's
name. Delegates with banners of Georgia,
North Carolina, Michigan, Nebraska, Louis
iana, Mississippi and South Dakota paradca
through tho aisles.
L, P. Kultz. of North Carolina, Geo. P. Wil
liams, of Massachusetts, and T J. Kernan, of
Louisiana, seconded Uryan's nomination.
When Indlano was called Senator Turplo
took tho platform and placed In nomination
Gov. Claudo Matthews, ot Indiana. Trlppott,
of California, followed seconding tho nomina
tion of Matthews.
Hon. Fred White, of Iowo, was recognized
to nominate ex-Qov. Boles. Ch,eors of a com
paratively mild typo greeted tho announce
ment and tho Doles banner was raised. Mr.
Whito has a sonorous volco and good delivery
and was listened to with attention.
A Boles demonstration was started by tho
Iowa delegation but with no progress till two
young women drosscd In whlto in tho south
gallery stood up and wildly waving their nrm3
began shrloklng for Iowa's governor. Some
body handed ono of them a couple of (lags
nnd by this tlmo tho attention of
tho wholo convention wa3 direct
ed, towards them and everybody
faced tbat way. The Boles banner was hand
ed to them nnd between them thoy managed
to wavo it n few times and then sank back In
their scats oxhaustcd. After n brief rest ono
of them rose again and was escorted to tho
floor, everybody standing on chairs to bco tho
sight and cheering nnd laughing at tho en
thusiastic! lady, escorted by some male
friend with her arm around his wnlst,
danced all round tho hall. Tho nutcor
of this exciting demonstration was stated to
bo Miss Mlnnlo Murray, of Nashau. la. It
was 15 minutes after 1 1 o'clock when this
scene collaDsed and tbs fair Iowan nnd her cs-
Time to Use It.
You can't find more
See display in window.
cort sottlf.t own in seaty tencoroa mem
among tho Iowa delegation.
The eplsodo occupied nearly half an hour,
As soon as some slight degrco of order was
re-established, tho nomination of Mr Boles
was seconded by Mr. A. T. Smlthson, of Min
nesota. Hon. John S. Rhoa, of Kontuc);;, with a
voice almost as resonant nnd very closely re
sembling that of the senator bo nom'Inatcd,
presented in nomination tho name of Senator
Blackburn, of Kentucky. Ho prefaced his re
marks with tho plcdgo that whoever was nom
inated Kontucky would glvo him her vote. He
spoke of his candidate as "Joe" Blaokburn,
because to Kcntucklans ho was "Joo" Black
burn, and that meant everything. (Cheers).
It was truo that ho was from the south and
had been a contcderato soldier, but his candi
dacy was not a sectional one. (Cheers),
W. W. Footc of California, seconded tho
nomination of Mr. Blnckburn.
When Massachusetts was called tho chair
man of tho delegation said Massachusetts had
intended to present tho name of Gov. Russell,
but Mr. Hussell declined to run on tho plat
Mr. t'atncK, oi omo, wnon"tnoKauie"'oTh"is
stata was called, put In nomination Mr. John
R. McLean, of Cincinnati.
Chairman IJarrlty. of Pennsylvania, when
hl state was called, said Pennsylvania had no
candidate ut tht3 time, but when the roll of
states was called for tho purpose of ascertain
ing their preferences for candidates, Pennsyl
vania would cxprens her wishes en tho sub
ject Virginia belni; called In tho 'roll of states.
the chairman of tho delegation stated that
they had teen Instructed to presont tho namo
of Hon John W. Daniel, but nt hU earnest re
quest and Instance did not do so.
The nomination of Mr. Blabkburn was also
seconded by Mr. J. W, St. Clair.
When tho state of Wisconsin1 was called.
Gen Bragg, tho plcturesquo old hero, chair
man of tho delegation, rlflna on n chair In his
place, said; "Wisconsin can not participate
in tho nomination of any man calling himself
n domocrat upon n populist platform " (Groat
cheers, mlnxlod with hisses )
Ono of the delegates from the state followed,
saying that on the part of somo of tho dele
gates from Wisconsin, he desired to second
tho nomination of Joo Blaokburn, of ICen-'
Mr. II J Cookery, of Wisconsin, took His
placo on tho platform and said:
"My vote U stlflo'l in this convention by an
un-dcmotratlo rule, nnd I um therefore pre
vented from having It recorded In favor o'
that idol of tho conentlon, Win J Brvan. o
Nebraska, who ought to bo elected; but
I desire to sr.y, gentlemen of tho conven
tion, that tho people of that state will
glo its elector 1 otctotne nominee of this
convention, whoever ho may be. at tho elec
tion In November. (Cheers.) That candi
date will not recolvo the votes of the men who
arc In this convention, claiming to represent
tho democracy of Wlpconsln, but tbo peoplo
will register their will at the ballot.box. ' .
Amid much confusion Gen. Bragg again roso
nnd cltdmed the attention of the convention to
say: "With jour kind permission wo will send
out and mako search for another stragglor,
and If we nro successful, Wisconsin may jet
plcdgo Its support to another candidate.
(Laughter and hisses).
At tho close of ths call of tho roll of states,
the convention, nt 12:35 n. m.. adjourned till 10
a. m., when balloting will bo begun.
Convention Hall. Chicago, July 10.
Chairman White called tho convention to or
der at 11 a. m. Friday. Rev. Dr. A. Green, of
Cedar Rapids, la., offered prayer.
Mr. Harrlty, of Pennsylvania, on being rec
ogillzed by tno-chulr, said that in obedience
to Instructions Pennsylvania presented tho
namo of Robort E. Paulson for presldont
Mr. Mattlngly. of the District of Columbia,
seconded Mc Lean's nomination. Muller, of
Oregon, presented tho namo of ex-Gov. Pen
noyer for president Tho nominations were
then closed and roll of states ordered.
Mr. Smith, of Ohio, announced the death of
ex-Congressman Frank H. Hurd, of Ohio
The result of tho tlrst ballot as officially
announced Is Bland f.23, Boies 83, Matthews
37, McLean 51, Bryan 105. Blackburn 63, Pat
ttson 95, Pcnnoycr 10, Campbell 2. Russell -,
Stevenson I. Tillman 17. Hill I, Teller 8. Ab
sent and not voting 1SS. I-Irst ballot was
without result, no candidate receiving a re
quisite two-thirds vote. Indications aro the;
no selection will be(m.i do beforo several bal
Jots are taken.
Money, of Mississippi, mado ths point of or
der that when a delegation was Instructed tc
vote as a unit the majority had no right to
stlflo the voteOf n delegate who desires to
voto even when the majority does not
Gen. Bragg made point of order that vote ol
Wisconsin, under Instructions to voto as a
unit, must'bc recorded us cot voting.
Dockery, of Wisconsin, was recognizor, tool:
the platform and spoke for the four whi
claimed tho right to vote. Great contusion
followed Cookery's spoech.
Poll of Wisconsin resulted: Not voting, SO.
FInlcy, of Ohio, raised point of order thai
delegation may direct a vote but, b,-abstaining,
have no right to pretcnt u vote. Th(
chair ruled out of ordsr & motion to plvethi
four delegates o vote.
The chair ruled that instruction was not an
Instruction to abstain from voting, but that
the minority can not cast the vote of the en
'.Che Ohioan then stated that 41 delegates
were for KcLein, one for Brytn. ot not vot
ing, one Bland, uut urdor the unliru'c. ot'.n
cast its voto for tho man .o made this con
vention posslblo John R .MoLean.
Tho purposo of Ohio to get tho individual
votes of its delegation on record was not to bo
thus balked and a delegate challenged tho
voto and a poll was thus had. McLean's
namo being reached it was stated that bo was
absent but his alternate was hero. Tbo alter
nate's name being called he voted for McLean.
South Carolina caused a surprise when the
chairman announced that under Instructions
of her state South Carolina cast 17 votes for
"her honored son," BenJ. Tillman, one not vot
ing. (Hisses and cheers.)
Mr. Marsdcn, of Lculsana, moved that tho
two-thirds rule ba abrogated. Not entertain
ed by tho chair and n second ballot ordered.
OffloUl result second ballot: Bland 81,
Boles S7, Matthews 35. MoLcan 51, Bryan 100,
blackburn 40, Paulson 100, Stevenson 10, Pen
norer 8, Teller'8. mil 1, Not voting 16a
Official third ballot: Bland 01. Boles 0,
Matthews Zi. McLean H Bryan SJ9, Blackburn
57, Paulson 07, Stevenson 9, Hill I, not voting
loi Total 030.
A fourth roll call was Immediately ordered
and resulted as follows: Not voting 1C, Bland
!4I, Holes S3, Matthews C8, Matcan 48, Bryan
tan nuiii" V7 Pnlilcua OS. Stavaacnn .
Illlll. "idtjlti. ii. - r" in cbblceMl.
While the fifth b. I . i l Ins? ordered n
demonstration link rl m In favor of Brynn.
Eighteen state sli;nn iw.re carried to the Ne
braska delegation ncsit tumultuous cheers,
,Tbioh lasted for teur.l minutes. Ihen n
procession wa3 stariLd and tho standards of 2S
states and territories were borno around tho
hall amid a perfect tornadoof cheering. After
order had tctn partially restored tho chair
announced that two-thirds of tho cumber of
votes git en wis necessary to make n nomina
tion, and not two-thirds of the total voto of
While the tlfth ttillotwns golnir on Gov,
Stone, of Missouri, was recognized by tho
chnlr Ho read ti coto from Hon. R. P. Bland,
withdrawing his name In favor of Bryan. This
nominates the latter.
Senator Turple. of Indlann. moved tho nom
ination of Bryan bo made unanimous. Aye
had it Slimy noes v.ete hoard.
Recess taken until 8 p. m.
Itecolvr the lmi,i ul Ulo Nomination He
Ilciiiifiiiileil Pleasantly to Congrutula-
tUi . .'.5rs. Ilrjan.
CiiKAfiii, .hint' 10. Mr. Dryan re
ceived the news of" hts nomination in
his loom at tho Clifton houhf. lie was
not ut all cxcilcrl over the information,
anil lespondini? pleasantly to coagratu
lntioni he proceeded to the barl-ershop
to jut si, tired. The United l'ivs& re
porter fuund him with his face covered
with lather and unable for the
moment to s,peal;. When tho barber
was thi'otifrh with him ho Immediately
ul'.ook hands -,vith the reporter and
stated that all he wished to tay was
that "in order that I may have no am
bition but to discharge faithfully the
duties of the office I desire to announco
that if tilccted I shall under no circum
stances be a candidate for re-election."
Mr Uryan, wife of the nominee,
who is a small, modest looking woman,
had u heat in the gallery to the loft
of tho -eakers stand. When it was
positi'-oly known that her husband had
been named for the presidenoy, she was
surrounded by admiring friends and
heartily congratulated. She thanked
each one pleasantly, and throughout
maintaiaetl a quiet demeanor that im
pressed those about her.
To a representative of the United
Press she sai 1:' "L think my husband
will try to deserve the great honor
these men have conferred up'n him. I
appreciate it, I assure you. If a wife's
aid is of value in the endeavor to elect
him, he will have all possible assist
ance from me.''
ORDER Or ElKS.
Mcpdv D. Octivullrr. of HnrrlshurB, P;
i:iprted Grand Kxaltori Itultr Reynolds
Cincinnati, .luly 10. Tho grand
lodge of tho Order of Elks in session in
this city elected officers for the ensu
inr; year as follows: (Irand exalted
ruler, Meade D. Detwoiler, of Harris
George A. Reynolds was re-elected
grand secretary for the third term. lie
is from East ijagninaw, Mich.
There were also elected the follow
ing: Grand esteemed leading knight, U.
M. Allen, Birmingham, Ala.
Grand esteemed loyal knight, Louife
Ilausser, Newark, N. .T.
Grand esteemed lecturing knight,
Charles M. Footc, Minneapolis, Minn.
Grand trustees, Jerome B. Fisher,
.Jamestown, N. Y.; Hunter A. V. Cray
croft, Dallas, Tex.; George IJ. Cronk,
Grand treasurer, E. S. Orris, Heaver,
The next meeting will be held in
Minneapolis, Minn., July 7, 8 and 9,
THE LATEST MOVE.
A Gold Ticket Will lie Placed In tho Plold
by Senator Hill nnd Others.
Coliseum, Cmcacso, July 10. Follow
ing upon the declination of the New
Yorkers and other golditcs to vote,
there came out c::tra editions of tho
Chicago papers stating that plans had
been made for a caucus immediately
after adjournment to put an independ
ent gold ticket iu thq. field.
The Wisconsin goldites are very mad,
and state that they will organize an in
John S. George, a Milwaukee poli
tician, publicly nnnounced'that ho will
vote for McKinley.
MADE A TOWN.
I.utoula, Ky Is Now n City of the Sixth
Covinoton, Ky July 10. Latonin,
Ky., was mado a town of the sixth
class by Judgo Perkins, of Covington,
Friday morning. His decision names
Matthew Folton, John H. Ellis, John
N. Weber, George Egolston and Henry
Jones, as trustees; John Moss, as' po
Uco judge; .Inmes IC. Davidson, as mar
shall, and August Steeb, as nsscssor.
They will serve until time for a regu
lar election. Taxes can now bo levied
for street improvements, which are
badly needed in the district.
Varney's fortune t Slyth,
Comumuus, 0., July 10. Warden
James, of the penitentiary, has received
a letter from the chief of police of St.
T.ouis, in which he states that tho al-
logod will of the uncle of W. W. Var
ncy, tho convict from Hamilton coun
ty, by which Varney is said to have
been left a largo amount of property,
is a fake. Tho alleged "unclo" a myth.
Poisoned by Potatoes.
Maktin'8 Funny, O,, July 10. Mr.
and Mrs. John llurris and four chil
dren and Miss Sarah Sclman, who is
visiting them, wcro poisoned by eating
new potatoes on which paris green
had dropped from tho vines. All aro
recovering. For a time It was thought
tTiat Miss Selman would not recover.
Gen. Voone's Body.
Atlanta, Ga. July 10. Tho body of
Gen, Pierce M. B. Young, minister to
Guatamala, who died in Now York
Tuesday, reached here at noon. It was
received by a body of confederate vet
erans, and wUl be taken to his old
home at Cartersvlllo, Ga for burial.
A cream of tartar Baking Powder. Highest
or all in leavening strength Latest Vnltea
states Government Food Report.
Rovai, Baking powder Co., 106 Wall St.,N.'V
Now and Interesting Ilappenlocs Within
FIREBUG BREAKS DOWN.
Ho Had Accused Two Others of Robbing
nud Ilurnlnc; u Store.
Portsmouth, O., July 10. On the
night of April 15 the store of, Charles
G. Davis, at Pond Creek, was robbed
and then set on fire and burned to
tho ground. The authorities worked
hard on the case, but without success,
until a few days ago, when Robert
Ratcliff, a young man residing
in ' the neighborhood claimed ho
knew the guilty parties. He named
Jonas Manloy and his son Joseph. Both
the Manleys have bad reputatidns, the
father having served a term in the Ohio
penitentiary for a similar case. They
were arrested by Chief of Police Wat
kins, and brought to this city for pre
liminary hearing. Thursday Ratcliff
broke down and confessed that he was
the guilty party. The Manleys were
promptly released nnd Ratcliff will be
given a preliminary hearing Friday.
FRANK H. HURD,
nx-G'ongressinan, Lawyer nnd Prominent
Democrat, Dies of Apoplexy.
Tou:no, O., July 10. Hon. Frank H.
Hurd, ex-congressman, lawyer and one
of tho mo.-,t prominent democrats in
Ohio, died at his apartments in the
Boody house hero Friday morning,
after an illness of five days. The im
mediate cause of death was apoplexy.
Mr. Hurd was born in Mt. Vernon,
O., in 1841. In 1803 he came to Toledo
and engaged in- the practice of -law.
From this district he was thrice elected
to congress He was also a member of
the state senate, nnd in 1SGS codified
tho criminal laws of Ohio. It is said he
would have been attorney general in
the Tilden cabinet had the New Yorker
been elected. Mr. Hurd was widely
celebrated for his firm advocacy of free
BEAT A HOTEL MAN.
Forged Checks for 805 Passed on the
Proprietor of tho Russoll House.
Alliance, O., July 10. Several days
ago a man giving his namo as George
B. Williams, registered at the Russell
house here as from Chicago, and pre
vailed upon Henry Myers, the pro
prietor, to cash a draft that was wait
ing for him in a letter in care of the
hotel, for S03. Thursday Myers
was informed that the draft, which
was drawn on the Lincoln bank, of
Chicago, was a forgery, and that Wil
liams had passed a similar draft on W,
H. Jameson, of the Park hotel, Colum
biana, the following day. Williams is
described as a young man of Very dark
complexion, sharp features, slim, and
weighs about 120 pounds. Tho hotels
offer large rewards for his apprehen
Barely Escaped Cremation,
Urrcr. Sanduskv, O., July 10. Tho
family of Daniel Waters experienced a
narrow escapo at three o'clock Thurs
day morning. Firo had started in tho
buttery, and tho houso was in flames
before the family were aroused. Their
escape was marvelous, for they wero
no sooner out than the entire structure
was a mass of flames, burning to the
ground, with all cqntents, beforo tho
arrival of tho fire department.
Womnn'n Christian Union.
Delaware, O., July 10. Tho Thir
teenth District Woman's Christian
Union organization commenced its
meeting Thursday morning in Asbury
M. E. Church, with Mrs. J. D. Trego,
district president, presiding. Miss
Monroe, tho stato president, nddressed
tho convention Thursday night. Dele
gates from Licking, Morrow, Knox and
Delaware counties are in attendance.
CoLUMnus, O., July 10. Considerable
surprise is manifested by tho former
officials of the penitentiary and con
tractors over the fact that the board of
managers Wednesday made a contract
with the A. G. Patton Hollow Ware
Manufacturing Co. The company
owes the state 50,000, which can not
bo collected, and yet a new contract
Columbus, O., Jtly 10. Owen D.
Wells, of 207 West Park street, has in
his possession ono of the original cop
ies of tho Declaration of Independ
ence, it has been in the possession of
Wells' family for more than ono hun
dred years, coming direct from ono of
the first sighcrs.
Snen for Breach of Promise.
Waiuicn, 0 July 10. In an action
begun hero Thursday Minerva Swartz-
eler, of Coalburg, sues David C. Dennl
son, of Hubtrard, for SIO'OOO, .alleging
breach of promise to marry made July
15, 1805, The parties are well known,
uennison ooing a ieaaing citizen,
Arrival and Departure of Trains,
b. & o. s.w.
DEPAiiT 0:00 a. m., 10:40 a. m., 2:00 rm 4tS
p. m.,7:oop.m., ll:25p, m.
arrive 3:05 a. m 8:10 n. ra., 12:K, p. to., tiM
p. m 6:40, p. m., 8:55 p. m.
T. & O. C. Ex.
2.10 p. m., 0:00, 1:00 a.m
4:1 12:15 pm 7:30 a. m
C. &. M.
0:25 a.m. 2:65 p. ra
11:15 a.m., 7:05 p. m
Z. & O.
Leave 6:20 a.m., 2:10 p. cj
Arkive . io:40a.m., 6:55 p.m
O. R. R. R. (Eastern Time.)
i.... ll:00n. m.; 8:07, 7:35 p. m
7:32 a.m; 12:32, l:17p.m
July anil August
We can not afford to miss
any sales this month
Prices reduced all through f
ourstocl?. Better goods t
substituted for ?
cheaper ones. t
If we can suit you in what m
jiuu ttiuii. we assure you
the prices' will meet
We are bound to meet all
prices. See us before
I - STAR - j
MQt0 K4HB HfMMfl
T llnnkers Arrested.
Salt Lake, Utah, July 10. J. II.
llacon, F. I. Holland and W. B. Hol
land, proprietors and officers of the
bank of Salt Lake, which failed Juno
23, were arrested on a charge of receiv
ing deposits on June 22, knowing the
bank to bo insolvent at that time.
Their preliminary hearing was set for
Saturday, nnd the defendants released
on bond. ,.i i.--' .- f
"" ' Torn to l'icces;
Cosuocrosf, O., July 10. Joseph M.
Frazey, son of Rev. Guy Frazey, of
Brooklyn, N. Y., was jumping off a
moving freight train here, when he fell
under the wheels and was torn to
pieces, death resultnig instantly. He
had been visiting his aunt, Mrs. Sarah
Frazey, at Frazeysburg. He was 21
years of age and unmarried.
Died 1'rom Ills Injuries. "-
Portsmouth, O., July, 10. Charles
Snook, who was injured by the ex
plosion of a bone-crushing cylinder at
the Wheeling fertilizer works, died
Thursday morning. Thomas Moore,
who was also injured, will recover.
Tho cause of the explosion has not yet
Y'enchcrs 1'ators Slltcr.
Columbus, O., July 10. Stato School
Commissioner Corson has returned
from tho convention of tho National
Teachers' association, of Buffalo. Ho
reports tl'iat ho found tho sentiment in
favor of freo silver very general among
the western school-teachers.
Liquor Tax In Jackson County.
Jackson, O., July 10. Tho county
auditorWednesday morning completed
the July liquor tax settlement for Jack
son county. The number of saloons
settling is 43, a decrease of 19. Since
the last settlement tho entire net
amount paid in was So.DS.".
Uoth Eyes Knocked Out.
Geneva, O., July It Both of tho
eyes of Harry Sprague, a young fire
man, wero knocked out by a hose noz
zle while at work on a burning build
ing Friday morning. His life Is en
dangered by a blow on the head.
A Murder at McDanlclt.
LEjTcnriELD, Ky July 10. At Mc
Daniols, 12 miles from' here, John Car
wile shot and instantly killed Bill Ear
ly, They wero employed on the farm
of Dr. J. H, Hart Carwile is under
Will ray tho l'ollce.
Lexixgtox, Ky July 10, After twe "
months' squabbling over 'the matter,
th? zn ral council Thursday decided
;u pay the police their salaries -fortl
months of April, May aaiCJuuc.
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