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WEATHER Snow tonight and
probably Saturday. Colder Satur
It has been extremely difficult
to get anybody to talk anything
hut Thaw, for several days.
The Thaw jury did not havo ni
easy a task -as most people sup
posed. They mo pein to erect a statue
of "Quint" in Boston. A sort of
eet-off for Thomas W. Lawson.
Tlio baseball fan is no longer
counting the days to the opening
came. lie is now count inK the
"Why arc so many women in
valids?" asks Good Health. Pre
Kumably, because the doctors need
As an evidence that Canada in
rapidly becoming Americanized
fifteen persons, were killed on the
Canadian Central railway.
"Jdissouii stands by the mule"
Kiw a Georgian exchange But if,
hIio doesn't want "to bo shown"
she will stand near the bead ot
The fact that Mr. Richard
Mansfield ha$ declared for Roose
velt for a third term, is a sign
that the third term idea is rathci
.' Evelyn '.si expeirenco on tlio wit
ness stand was- a very trying one.
but those days weic not neaily ho
strenuous as the ones since tl:
1J tho eartlKjuako was sent t on
San Francisco for its sins, why
didn't it destroy Abo ltuef and
Schiuitz instead of so many acres
of improved ieal estate
Now itlint the 'I'liaw trial is prac
tically concluded, Evelyn's mother
can begin to recover from tho in
disposition from which -ho has been
suffering since the trial began.
Tho "wipitaiife ot industi'y" who
arc announcing that they will
hcncoljijrtli take tho public into
their confidence,, aro likely to
find tlio inublio fighting fjhy of con
ffdonce games just now.
Tlio veterinary surgeon who has
been employed by tho Hagenbcck
circus to pull a tooth from tlio jaw
oC a lion is not likely to wastoany
time in nskL'ig his. patient whether
"I havo been so busily occupied
that I havo had neither time nor
inclination to even think about po.
li'ties, State or National" aomarked
Senator Forakor a few days since.
Has tho Senator no 1'cjr of being
aligned to tlie Aunanias club?
Here Is Something That Will Inter
est You if you aro a lover of good
Tho cream of la'co copyrights at
tho popular price
,jA few. of thorn.,
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pOOJCISUUtt AND f TATIOlfll
President Smith of, tho Mormon
church ia out in nn interview
strongly denouncing polygamy.
Tho combination of high prices
and tho Eastci season wa9 entirely
too much for tho old fellow.
The telegraph companies raise
tho wages of tho employes. Hur
rah! The telegraph companies l'aiso
tho rate4 on messages DJ 1-3 per
cent. Hurrah some anorc! Puzzle:
vuo always ami, uivuriauiy l"i.
Iho freight? T t;
Speaker G'annuiuis reported to
have .had "the time of his life on
the trip to Panama, but as ho man
ages to Jiavo tlio time of his life
wherever ho 'happens to be, there
scorns to be no need of getting ex
cited over it.
In what a predicament these re
publican editors who have conic
out so strongly against Tuft would
find Ihniifeclvcs now, :'( Senator
Forakcr should determine to let
l'aft 'have the Ohio delegation for
president and devote his time and
shorts to succeeding himself in
A largo number ot Stanford
White's picture were sold at auc
.ion in Now Yoik yesterday and
.learly every one brought an ex-
remely low pi ice Another cvid
nce that tho public takes a great
leal of stock in Evelyn's story
uid fiowns UM)n the domon of the
Mis. Holman, Evelyn 'h mother
ast night expicscd the desire
hat Thaw bo acquitted. What a
hangc of heait has como over this
.voinan since Attorney Dclntas told
he jury just what he .thought of
lcr. Then, txi, .the fact that Stan
?ord White is dend may have had
(otnething to lo -with her changing
It must have been quite interest
ing to see ex-Forakcr unou at Co
lurabus bide-stepping the senior
jcnator yesterday. Some called to
ice him, found him busy,, and look
their departure very, touch in tho
nuno iinnnncr that a man slips his
ard under the door when he knows
tho family is all away from home
and makes' thjj formality tako the
place ofj a iarty call.
The second grand jury has 311st
refused to indict Geoigo K.
Favrot, the J.ouisiana congressman
who shot a physician because lje
inado disparaging Voinaiks about
Mrs. Favrot. This ease was liken
ed to tho Thaw caso and tho result
of the grand jury's anvehtigation
tends1 to prpvo tlio statement tin
ifj Hairy Thaw were beJng tried in
any state west of tlio Alleghany
mountains or south of tho old
Masou-Uixou lino, ho would hae
been bet free long ago.
Continued from I'agc One
lie admitted his endorsement
Tyler for a place but would
eay ho would allow the npioint
inent 'to bo confirmed in tho senate
without his protest.
Another appointment which was
.lot di'TUNsed was that of John K.
Sater of Columbiw as Uulrtod States
district judge Durinp. tho eening
Judge .Sater paid hs le.spects to
Seuatur Foraker in his rooms nt
tho Chittenden hotel. They aio old
During tho afternoon Judgo John
J. Adams, of ZanesvMIe, tho Fora
ker caudidnto for the place was
with his chief. Uo had accoinpiin.
ied hiitm from Canton. He, too,
was among tho nwi-talkers, and had
nothing to say about his turn-down
iy tho picsidcnt becauso of leporl
od Dayton convention deals.
Congressman Nicholas lmgwoith
s'lico hLs formal declaration fi)r
l'aft, does not Aland high iu tlio
liniatiou ot rFoiaker. His naino
lrcwnbout .flid only diroct htato
iicnt fruu tlio visitor. When asked
ubmit-the li)ngwortli Matuipaut,
Forakor" icplicd: "I don't think
it'rf f tho (tL'tgliteht importanco
what Kick Ixnlgworth bays aboqt
anything. 1 havon't tune to wo-sto
A constant stream of calleiw
greeted (Senator Forakor from t'10
time ho arrived until ho retired.
Tho heads of state dopartnienta
sailed out of respect to his posi
tlfon. At tho hotel last evening tho
ox-politiciansf got iu their work.
TJioy wont in droves, George V.
Bopo. Eli M. Wetf and Charles
II. Gorrish headed tho Columbus
lelcgatiou. Congressman Hany
T. Hannoii of Portsmouth in tho
Tenth distrcfot, tho fcolo known rep
resentative of Forakerism in tlm
Ohio 'delegation in tlio lower Iioiisa
THE MARION DAILY
ous. Warden OB. Gould of tho
nenitcntiarv staved Ions enough to
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DavAl 11. Mooro of, Athens, mter
nnl revenue collector and W. C.
Kennedy, surveyor of customs here,
weic in tho federal officeholders'
delegation. Hew Abrnhim Grant,
colorctl, of Indianapolis, bishop in
the African Methodist Episcopal
church told Forakor that Ohio col
ored men were w'lth hv.11.
During the evening
to addil'-tlld'Civic IL'gu6 in Ober- .Florence. I s nccrely hop tho Jury
inbcfoio'huttiulienec from Ober- dies acquit him, andsoon, for tho
iin, OluV Weslcvait of BelawafaVko of my daughter and what it
ami other colleger ivnst u-ceived. ," r Pcncq.nf m Ind.
An audience of 'JOOO js e-narantecd. I il,S '9 ,t,0t tatcmcnntf .mnd0 b.y "" '
The answer wll be given from Cin- paries Holman, mother o Mrs
cinnati -today. Tho other speaking ""7 K 1 ' ..f "lr. Vlll
dates arc: Steuheiiville, Decoration
day; Wilberforce college, colored,
near Springfield; Guernsey County
Cluiutauqua at Cambridge
(Senator Foiakcr will leave for
Cincinnati early this morning with
out meeting Insurance Commission
er A. I. Arorys. the Taf,t manager
Tho latter was in Cincinnati con
ferriiif with Clinrle 1. Tatt and
remained thcie last night.
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length of time, and buoyancy of spirit
li nearly always apparent.
There wcro all sorls of rumors and
guesses In tho air as to how tho
Jury stood. There were nrorc different
reports as to tlio results of tho bal.
lots than there could possibly havo
ben test votes, taken. None of tho
reports had any degree of authenticity.
Some were uttered In Jest by proinln.
cut figures connected with tho t-lul,
and occasionally these wore taken, In
deadly earnest by those who overheard
Tho action of the jury In twice
going before Justice Fitzgerald to
havo certain portions' of the testimony
read to them, was widely commented
upon, and naturally caused much spec
ulation. .It seemed evident that the
Jury's deliberations were hinging
, uiion the question of the sanity or in.
snnny or uie ticrcnilant as shown
by the defense.
Justice Fitzgerald spent tho entiro
evening In his chambers awaiting tho
pleasure of the jurors.
Two extra court officers were sworn
In shortly after six o'clock and will
assist tho regular court officers In
attending tho jury.
All tho members of tho Thaw fam.
lly remained at the courthouse and
sent out for their dinner rather than
face tho crowds who surrounded
1 tn nurt liiiicA l
J At 0H6 Justlco Fitzgerald pp.
iioiiiicuu a recess until u o cwck. Tlio
jury at that time had shown no signs
of reaching an agreement. At 0:53
Justice Fitzgerald left tho courthouse
1"" mmicr, iv iuw iimiiucB inier 1110
Jurors started for tho Broadway Cen
tral for dinner. In spite of their long
'confinement they looked fresh and
were laughing and talking together
I when they left tho building. Juror
Pink, who was ill during thp day,
looked-much better than when ho ap.
peared In court yesterday afternoon.
Tho strain to far does r.ot beeni to
have told particularly on any of the
When tho Jurors returned last night
from dinner ono ,of them, John S.
uciim-e, jo. iu, carried a grip, Tlio
waiting crowd regarded this as on
Indication tlmt tho jury had either
reached a verdict or expected to bo
discharged Inst night.
Thaw was brought over fioni tho
Tombs fJtcr dinner nnd was visited
In thotprlsonor's pen by his mother,
liis wlfo nnd his siters. Tho women
seemed greatly fatigued by their
long wait for some definite news from
.fcPJlr""11" """ " " " !!-' 1 HUM MIM
BRIGADIER GENERAL THOMAS H. BARRY, WHO IS IN COM
MAND IN CUBA.
Brigadier General Thomas II. Bnrry, commanding tho Unltea States army
forces now In Cuba, has had wldo experience in military uffalrs. A natlvo of
?rkt h0 mXH Kinduated from West Point, at tho ago of twenty-two, In
1877. , IIo served lli-st In tlio cavalry and later In flu, Infantry, rising to tho
rank of lieutenant colonel by tho tlmo of iho Spanish war. Ho was made a
brlgaa.or general of volunteers and served in tho Chlia relief expedition ami
In the Philippines, He was chief of staff for tlio Phliinniim .- tn i.
umnior. of 1003 Oeneral Barry bccnmolftVltPVlIer In tho regular nriiiy,
Tho 'prisoner's mother a'ppcirod on.
tlrely worn out as she went to cheer
her son after dinner. 8ho found him
still smiling and confident. Thero
wcro few. persons ln'or about tho
courts building. Thc'early evening
passed without Incident..
Pittsburg, April 12. "No matter
how cruel Harry Thaw , and Evelyn
havo ben to me, I jvouh) llko to see
ithn lurv acdtilt the defendant In tho
'cnee for tho comfort li would bo tl
of the Thaw Jury. .
When It Is understood that It was
almost an Impossibility for anything
accurate from thV jury room,
Mrs. Holman was lh'jlnled to think
P. a bad omen. s
Bcjond making tho expressions
above. "Mrs. Holman had nothing to
say. Nor would her husband talk for
publication nt this-time
Gentle and Effective.
A well.konwn. .Manitoba editor
wiltcs: "As an Inside worker, I find
Chr.mbcrlaln'8 Stomach and Liver
Tablets Invaluable for tho touches of
blllousucss natural tp sedentary life,
Ihclr action being gs'ntlc. and effect
ive, clearing the' digestive tract and
he head." Price, 25 cents. Samples
frco. All druggists.
Mr. and Mn, W. C. Stafford
of Stimuli street, me parents of a
giil babv born this morning.
Mrs. Hohnunau, of
h the guest of friends
in the city. vf,,- -
Mr. 1. 11. Mcifcal wns in Col
umbus twluy looking after busi
ness. $ '
Mr. and Mx-aW Sherman Grcar
aio guests of Mrs. I.ccnntd Giver
of Marion. Delaware Gazette.
Mr. Brwin returned to her home
iu Chicago today after an extended
v'bit with her Droihor J. W. Wad
del t of West Church sheet.
.Marlln J. ftnrW.. hn rntiirnnil from
ninvninn.i iU-i i!AMnit,.,,,i,i mnXf.
.M . WU..M, IT..W. J.y Hll .-V4 IHVb
Ing of the stato iMrd of trustees of
J. P. Hough", of Pittsburg, Pa., Is
visiting his mother, Jfis. J. W.
Oray, of Windsor btiect. Jlrs. Gray
Ls, M-iiouidy ill.
Mis. Gedigc Hruiwi of, West Co
lumbia stieet left last evening for
Union, N", Y., J'iv a visit with
Mv-s.- Samuel Palton, of Cai-son
CXy, Michipin is visiting her sis
tor Mrs. W. C. laiellen of Cherry
Piles Cured in 0 toI4 Days. '
PA 550 OINTMENNT Is guaranteed
to euro any caso of ltcbluc, Bl'nd,
Bleoding or Protruding Piles In 6 to
11 daya or money refunded. 60c.
Leave your measure for ourspirng
suit at Joe Voll's, North Main. ,3-15tt
"oiiowstono Park" car arrived to-
dax for the V. M.0. A. lecturo
In Common Pleas Court of
Judge Young had Refused to Grant
the Decree Whe Case' taft"'"
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vt'V71. ilioty ion
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, 1 '"rj' a
llcbcccn K. McKissoiv, formerly
Of this city, was1 granted a dlvbrco
from William 1). MoKissOn' 211 'the
canmon picas court of ' Ashland
county, Thursday. The cfiso was
heard befoic Judgo Campbell, II.
13. Hill and I'Tred E. Guthcry, two
Marion nttornlvvs. ntincarinir lor the
plaintiff and defendant, respective
ly. flfr. and Mrs. JIcKisson wcro
married in Ashland In 181)7 and
liavo two children, aged fitve and
eight year. Shortly after their
111:11 ringo they camo to Marion,
where Jfr. McKi&son secured em
ployment with tlio Marion Steam
tihovol company. Ho still makes
his home here ,
. August 25, 11)03, McKisson filed
at petition for divorce in the Ma
rion county court. Judgo Young
refused to grant him a divorce
Mi's. McKisson had filed an ans
wer and crosi? petition, and on
MiH she Wtii given the v "louy of
tho childicn and was awarded $3
a month alimony. She laler moved
to Athlandt county, vlwio iiim
brought suit for divorce.
In giving his decree,- Judgo
Campbell allowed tho docisim (.f
.Mu'gc Young, viine; M's. MoUis-s.-v
the children and a imony, to
s ; nd.
In tlio two dnningo suits of
(ieorgo Demctne, adiinnistrator of
the estate of John Constnntmiff,
against the Norr's & Christian
Lime & Stone company and George
Fi. .Bailey against tho Norris &
irunsunn jjimc a atono company
tlio defendants havo xilctl (motions
to have the petitions mado moro
definite mid certain.
The defendants In tho suits of Gott.
lolb Kohberger against tho C. C. C.
& St. L. railway company, and An.
thony Parrish against tho trustees of
Grand township, wero given ncrmls-
slon, Friday morning, to fllo answers
by May 1.
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Chamberlain's Coagh Remedy
Medicines that aid naturo aro at.
ways most effectual. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy acts on this plan.
It allays the cough, relieves the
lungs, adds expectoration, opens tho
stcretlcns, and aids naturo In ro.
storing the system to a healthy con
dition. Thousands havo testified to
its superior excellence For salo by
CLEANING UP DAY
WAS A FAILURE
Ram Interfered Greatly -with
of the Weather the
Wings" were Busy-
Anothcr Date to be Set.
Tho spring cleaning movement in
augurated wmo limo ago by Mayor
Schcrff for today, was given a
knock out blow by tho weather man
and the down pour of rain prevented
much work being done.
Tho 'failure of tlio weather to
change Is a severe disappointment to
tho mayor, who was very anxious
for a bright warm day, in ordor to
allow residents to clean up their
properties, theroby Improving tho
sanitary condition of tho city, and
adding much to Its gonoral appe'ar
nuce. Notwithstanding tho bad weather,
many persons did ns much clcaniiiK as
was josiblo under tho clrcumstancesi
The garbago wagons have been cxj
coptionally busy all dayand there
aro many days of work ahoad .of
thorn. Under George Blum, the street
commissioner,; aU of tho; jemplqyos ,of
thu street icleaniug..ideourtiiionLAvorn
out today cleaning ,thoJ.strcot.,.and.
ntsu-lintr in tho uuovcineut as far a
Is poosll-le, .
Tho mayor will probably set asldo
anot'ier day for spring cleaning, after
tho weather has become settled, and
a hearty co-operation on the part of
everyone will bo urged.
The Store for You.
iius is tno onlystoro where you
can lake advauWfgo of tho . special
sale prices wrioul tho cash Your
credit is gootr here. ' ' '
AN OPPORTUNITY TO SAVE $2.50
On your next Suit of Clothes.
special;., suit, sjj
Suits that sold
now offered for
See Display in
OF GREEN CAMP
Passes Away Early Friday
Mrs. Nancy DurJeyAgedSixty,
' Years Dies From Complica
tion of Diseases.
Mrs. Nancy Diirfec, aged sixty
vc.11). liod at Iho homo o her
halll-sisterj Mrs. 0"lha Johnson in
Grern Camp at G o'clock Friday
moriiinj.'. llcr la:niso was duo to
old ago and complication of dis
eases. Tho deceased hud been a resi
dent of this county practically all
of. her life and had made lion
homo near tho pluco of death lor
nioic than t'niy years, rlcr hus
band preceded her in death by five
years. Besides tho sister,, no imme
diate relatives of tho family sur
vive Funeral services will bo con-
ducled from itho Bautist church nt
Green Ciini'p Sunday morning1 at 11:
The -Great Sale now drawing to a'
close. Tomorrow is tlYe last Satur-
day. The last opportunity to buy
new, up-to-date Clothing, Shoes and
This great sale which has created
no end of town and country talk, will
I'M. HAYFER CO.
212 W. Center St.
LOOK FOR IIG
Money .Refunded on Unsatisfactory Merchandise
Hcv. P. A. Twilling: of
;. Interment will bo mado
Green Camp cemetery.
just recoived a car. load of
and we sell it' cheap, aa-u'S-
25 lbs. Oranulatod H. &. ..$1.30
Less than 25 lbs., per lb.... 5 l-2o
No. 10 H. & E. Sugar per lb.. Bo
Wo have tho load of them.
1 bu. hand picked navy beaas $1.95
1-2 bushel hand picked
navy beans $i.uu
pounds hand picked
navy beans 25o
pounds Lima bcan3 25a.
pound Lima beans 7c
pounds Marrowfat beans .... 25c'
pound Marrowfat boans .... 7c
Early Ohios per bushol .'86c
Early Rose per bushel 85c
Ptaouee Citizen 1174. Bell
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mrf ipvoa jjnn
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