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   Steubenville Herald (Newspaper) - June 25, 1897, Steubenville, Ohio                                STfittBENVtLLE,   OHIO,   FJSIDAY,   JUNE   25,   189? *"' imiut, �mat: as, i9�? ISSUBD at The Herald Publishing Company. To Wbotu nil communications ahottld be ad-dreiled.    ________ REMOVED. The office of the HERALD has been removed to Odd Fellows' Building, No. lao North Fourth St. REPUBLICAN TICKET, For Governor, ASA 8. BUSHNELt,. For Lieutenant Governor. ASA W. JONES. Forjudge of the supreme Court, JACOB F. Ul'ltKKTT. For Attorney (general, 1'RANK MONNKTT. For Trensurer. SAMUEL CAMPBELL. For School Commissioner, L. D. BONE BRAKE. For Member of Bonrd of Public Works, o. A. GODDAHU. For State Representative, JOHN L. .MEANS. For County Treasurer, HAHKY H BHISTOR. For Sheriff. GEORGE C. PORTER. For County Surveyor, SAM HUSTOs. For Courity Commissioner,  WILLIAM M. KERR, For Infirmary Director, ANDREW J. AULT. For Coroner, JOHN A. FISHER. natioxal appeal. It is estimated that the Government is losing three million dollars a week in revenue by the delay "in the,, passage of the Tariff bill. The people are losing ten times as much in work on account of the delay, We earnestly,ask every one of our readers to immediately write a postal card to, nt least, one member of the United States Senate at Washington, urging and demanding the immediate passage of a Protective Tariff law, and such a law as will give adequate protection to American labor and American industries, the convention. It is scarcely necessary to say anything concerning the ticket nominated nt Toledo on Wednesday. .The hearty and unanimous indorsement of the entire State Administration without an objection from nny source is sufficient indication that it has been satisfactory to tho people, andwili be reelected by a decisive majority. From Governor Bush-nell down the State officials have been faithful to their trusts, and the people know hew to manifest their apprecia tion qf their conduct. The indorsement of Senator Hnnna for election by the Legislature was also timely and proper. Ohlb's^'yet^ea'enltefron in the'- United States Senate ib'-second to none in the Union. Instead of only having one Sen ator to three from New York, this State now has two men of force and ability in the upper bouse of Congress, and it is most desirable that this condition of affairs shall continue. Hence it will be important nest fall to elect not only a full State ticket, but a Legislature with a good working majority, thus insuring to this great State its rightful represent tation in the Senate. The harmony existing in tho convention is only evidence of that which exists in the party throughout the State, and the Demo cratic buzzards who have been watching and waiting to pick up a few decayed fragments as tho result of Republican discord will be badly disappointed. Republican success in November is ncces sary in order to reap the full re t-ulfa of last year's victory, and the people bare sufficient judgment and intelligence to see this and act upon it. Hence thero is every prospect that the harmonious Indorsement of both National and State administrations nt Toledo on Wednesday -will be emphatically ratified by the people at the polls in November, and that the present gradual Improvement in the condition of the business world will be decidedly accelerated. Head titts Aftd.ttoml Roa-ls. that broad tlreS Bn'clfiM roads are ns intimately connected** Siamese twins is ft fact"which is becoming recognized by all who have given any attention to the subject. The Washington Stat remarks that the friends of good reads throughout the   rjoUr.tty have taken heart at the recent declarations of the present head of the Department of Agriculture that one of his chief efforts will be to effect ft betterment of the highways of America, Fruits of this announcement seem to be springing up in all sections. Already there is a re* vival of the agitation for br6ad tires, which, it is asserted by those frho have studied the mntter, will materially aid in the reclamation of the roads from their dreadful condition. California had previously passed a law which will take effect January 1, 1000, regulating the width of tlr*e to be used oh all vehicles, according to the size of the axles, and providing a heavy money penalty for infractions. Thus ample time is given by the statute for the farmers and others to have their tires changed.  It is demonstrated that whereas the narrow tires are road destroyers, cutting ruts into tho best surfaces and breaking into the foundations, the broad tires are roftd makers, rolling the materials compactly and Berving to preserve the highway, Thus the change from the small to the large size effects ft double gain.  It is a curious fact that country blacksmiths as a rule advise their patrons to Btick to the narrow tires, urging that the draft is lighter with them than with the broad ones.  This is   untrue, as has been shown by actual experiments, except in certain infrequent   conditions of the road.  With good roads even these exceptions would be Impossible.   In the long run the broad tire will save the stock of the farmer hundreds of thousands of ponnds of hauling.  It would seem to be to the interest of the smith to fall in with the march of progress and advise the setting of broad tires, for that would bring a great rush of business.  The remedy nppearB to lie in the enactment of   compulsory   legislation such as that of California, supplemented by better road laws in all tho StateB. Meanwhile the general government will probably go ahead on th_e lines laid down by Secretary   Wilson,  demonstrating practically to the farmers at the experiment stations that good roads mean better returns frpm their efforts, - ,.� ,.., , -' Victoria is getting a good sendoff. Americans are right in the London swim. The coffin trust is dead, buried in its own cneket. Probnbly The Qtjeen'e jubilee made a good start on Sunday. If Secretary Sherman has been guilty of a tithe of .the indisrtroet utterances relative to tjie*'Hawaiian treity that have been attributed to him within the last few days, there is certainly no room for him in President McKInley'e cab-Jnet.-^\Vheeling News. The statements which were Absurd on their f8ee,"nave been authoritatively contradicted. Thb action of the Centennial Committee in extending au invitation to Assistant Secretary of the Navy, Hon. Theodore Roosevelt, to deliver the oration on the 4*7 of the civio parade will be heartily indorsed by the entire community. Mr, Roosevelt is an example and exponent of the highest type of American citi aeushlp, Of Eastern descent and birth lie has identified himself to a marked degree with both the material and Intel-Jeotual progress of the Great West, and appears to have been equally at home in hisranche life beyond the Mississippi, or the much more Herculean task of assisting In establishing honest government in New York City. His history of how the Ohio and Mississippi valleys were saved for American domination and made a part of the Nation is a standard work, and he Is probably better - qualified to speak authoritatively concerning our pioneer days than any other living man. He is a fine orator and a splendid specimen of physical, intellectual and moral manhood. The selection is especially appropriate, and the hope is that Mr. Roosevelt will be able to so arrange the multifarious demands on hjuj that be can be In SteubonrUle on the 26th oftAuguat. It is not likely that Mrr. Wettln will give up a job which pays over $1,500,000 a year. Fifty-six pages of tariff bill a day is making good progress,. That is what the Senate considered on Monday. -     � l-� I Ml      -.- Thb worst dmvback in connection with the jubilee is the immense collection of bad poetry which it has.created. Some pupils in the Chicago university have dedicated their brains to science when they die. Everybody could not do that. It is reported that the Queen will abdicate, but as that report has been started at frequent intervals during the last thirty years, itproboblyis without foundation, It is. snid the Bngar trUBl desires to purchase Cuba, No doubt the sugar trust desires to do a great many things, but the purchase of Cuba is probably not one of them. When nn English physician made the statement that inordinate use of the bicycle tended to rirodueo appendicitis it was sarcastically asked if English riders were in the habit of swallowing their bikes. The case of a young lady in Massachusetts who was affected with this trouble from over exertion in the use of her wheel, would Indicate that there is it real danger from this source, Bicycling, like many other good things, can be overdone. > A New York paper remarks that there are many signs that the farmers are'beginning to appreciate the great loss involved in the continued use of narrow tires, Aud the time is rapidly coming when they will be convinced that the outlay for thoroughly good roads would be more than offset by the saving in horseflesh and wear and tear effected by the use of broad tires, Every one who thinks about the matter at all will see that not only could a much larger load be carried on a good road with broad tires on the vehicle, but It could be transported much more quick ly, and with far less work on the part of the-horses. So good roads and broad tires are really the most economical in the end, though they may involve a ooro pararlvely large initial expense. That is the argument that will finally come home to the farmers, who have thus far bean indifferent to the question And when it does, the desired reform will be speedily adopted. Trf Senate is having ft little flurry over the wool schedule, but it pronilws to covae cut all right. PrrrsBVHiiH is having a jubilee with the Pan AmericaUs, They will pass through Steubenville on Saturday. Bsyas ate too much ice cfeam and it floored him. Another warning to ice cream eaters.        _____ The only ones finding fault with the Toledo contention are tho Democratic buzzards. _ The buzzard is a useful bird in some respects, but occasionally he becomes ft nuisance. Cl.EVKi.a.ft) police have been instruct* ed to shoot every dog running at large, and those who wish to preserve their canine-pets must keep them at home. _.-    � 111 �-- It matters little to the Ohio Republi-cans who manages the details of their campaign so the work is properly done. It will be done properly this fall. A representative of the South Bend, Ind.. chilled plow works writes the following private letter which speaks for itself: We are pleased to inform you that the "prosperity coach" has arrived, landed with business. \Ve have got more orders on our books now for fall shipment than we received last year altogether. We received an order this morning for six car loads of goods for foreign shipment, and Inst week took twenty-one car loads for Texas. When the farmers begin to buy plows and other machinery' they are prospering, and when they prosper wo all get better. Those college students who tore down a British flag hung out in honor of the Queen's jubilee, should read tho London dispatches which state tint one of tho most notable features of the day was the large use runde of the American flag in decorating houseB and stands. It could be seen at every angle of the route of the parade. Xo other forejgn flag was so commonly used for decoration purposes. Exhibitions like that of our student fiiends arc not patriotic, they nre only silly. - ii , � i -M   -1- ~ The Queen's jubilee is not merely a sign post in the progress of the British Empire. It marks the progress of the entire English speaking race. When in 1S10 Queen Victoria was born, thero were but 25,000,000 English speaking people in the world. In the seventy-eight .yef.rs following these 25,000,000 have been multiplied abont -five times. Tho United States has about 7^000,000 English speaking people. In tho United Kingdom there are not less than 37,000, 000. It is estimated that Canadn has from G,00O,Q0O to 7,000,000. In Australia and New Zealand there nre 5,000,-000, and in Asia, Africa and elsewhere 5,000,000 more English speaking people can be found. They exist in every corner of the globe, and have increased not only absolutely but relatively, That is what makes the jubilee of such world wide interest hot shared by any other celebration. THE CONVENTION Adoption Of & form. Solid Piftt ALL ItlOHT 03 FROf ECTI0N, CUBA ItAWAlt AND THE (iVlt 1     SEMTtCK llntnm the Jfext Senator, ami Bushnell Per Oavortior. Special toHornld. Toledo, June S3.-Tho Republican platform adopted by tho Convention to' day pledges allegiance to tho St. Louis platform, commends the President's course In Cuban and Hawaiian affairs denounces violation of the civil service law, favors a National board of arbitra Hon, demands protection for wool growers and endorses tho Bushncll nd> ministration. Hanna Is endorsed for Senator. Thero were nominated Gov crnor, Asa S. Bushnell; Lieut. Govcr nor, A VV. Jones: Snpretuo Judge, Jacob F. Burkett; Attorney General, Frank Monett; Slate Treasurer, Snniuel Campbell: School Commissioner, L. D. Bone-brake: Member Board Public Works, O, A. Gbddnrd. Hon. john Means Tho 31 nn largely Responsible fur tho J'pfcftt of the Kipper. Tuesday's Toledo Blade: Hon. John L, Means, of Steubenville, is a delegnte to tho convention, and he is a man to whom Toledo should le very grateful, To him more than to any other one man is due the defeat of the infamous Toledo ripper bill fathered by Guy Major,. Mr. Means was the youugest man in Legislature, but by his ability ho tundo liimBelf a power in the House. He was on the committee on miiniclpnl corpora-tlons.nnd iwico ho had the deciding voto on tho ripper bill, and both times he voted against it. Al-though the bill was of little interest to him, being a locnl matter from the further end of the state, ho saw through its iniquity and refused,to bo whipped irto lino by the powers that were at work behind the bill. Wanted-Oak. Some dry 1-inch oak. Address Mo-Feoly Bros.. Pinning Mill, Steubenville, Ohio. BAflKA IS MASTER Of the Republican Hosts An lembied at Toledo, 0SA1SMAS KtttTZ WttL BfiTtfiE, ttrtmt of the Blitrict Meeting* 1� tie-eiiitr, showing that ike Mew gut* Central Committee Is Overwhelmingly ,iln Favnr nt Mijor Ulek-The Uoternnr Will Mot Dsellue a Iteuoinlnallen. t- Toledo, June all.-The Republican .Itaie convention assembled here. The occasion nas been one of bitter factional lighting for two days. Thero is no opposition to the Indorsement of Senator M. A. Hanna for �tibth the long and the short terms as senator, and there Is no opposition to the renomlnation of Oovornor Bush-Jaell and other state officers, who hava jKad only one term. [ The contest has been on the state itanipalgn chairmanship. Senator Han-ma wanted Major Chnrlcs F. W. Dick, ecretary of the national committee, ior place.   Governor Uushnolt Tind ithcr state officers wanted Chairman iharles L. Kurtz, who has managed c past two campaigns, retained In hal place. Senator Foraker was not hero, but It Is known that ho supported Qovernor FKESHMEN CKEW. CMliESmiJENCfE Wk would be willing for the jubilee to go on li those paett oould only be Mpjwwwed Sous men are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have great ness thrust upon them, perhaps invol untarily, In the last named class may be placed Captoin Boycott, who died in London on Monday. He was a land agent in 1881 in the Connemara section of County Mayo, Ireland, where ho oollected rents for a number of landlords, notably the Earl of Erne. The captain made a speech, in the course of which be urged the people of Ireland to abstain from agrarian crimes and to adopt instead a | olloy of sending harsh landlords, agents and ballffs,*,to Ooventry," the old term for boycotting. Eventsso shaped them-^*)vm thit Captain Boycjcttt was the 1 first man tho Irian experimented upon In this connection, and bonce the now familiar word "boycott," which will last long after the parson who furnished the name forgotten. {Phr jubilee is E8F iUggmi Qirous out. Ww.tsvn.ut people oomplaw of dogs being allowed to run at large oottrlth-standing the ordinance to tbi contrary. #eubeairU|a people ditto. New Alexandria. June 23.-Commissioners Shafp, Winters, Brown and Surveyor Huston wero examining the pikes ir. this section one day last week. John Means and Miss Hattie Lowe, of your city, were the guests of Alex. Smith, Sunday. John Burriss, of Harrison county, who has been visiting James Dean the past week, returned homo Tuesday. The receipts of the festival given in the O. U. A. M Hall, Saturday evening, was only 310. The inclement weather preventing the peoplo from tho couutry of getting here. Geo. Rino and Miss Douglass, of Wcllsburg, was visiting Mary Rine Monday. Mrs. B. F. Hanlon was doing business in your city Saturday. Mrs Mary.Rine was visiting her sister Mas A* N. Fell from Sunday till Tuesday. Mrs. D. M. Scott and daughter, Miss Bertha, is confined to the hoiiBO with the measles, Dr. Boz-man has. neen laid up the past week with .the grijpe, but at this writing is able to be around. Prof. E. W. Matthews and family, who has been stopping at the Jefferson the past two weeks was visiting relatives in Brilliant last Saturday. The heavy rain. storm last Saturday damaged the corn crop considerably in this neighborhood. Rush Mill. Mr, and Mrs. C. E. McCain, of Cleveland, are spending several days with relatives here. Mrs. E, D. Hedges, of Bal-tlmore, Md., is here looking after Father General Whitely'B estate. Jus. Hnll will probably succeed Bro. R. L. Hall, deceased, as agent. Mrs, Maud Fleming and son, of Brilliant, spent Sunday with relatives here. John Linn, John Litton and Clifford Brind-ley, of Lazeorvlllo, W. Va,, came down Sunday on their wheels. Mrs. A. J, Linn and Miss gallic Bucey are visiting relatives in New Cumberland, Sber man Bucey, of Tippecanoe, was here one day last week.' Miss Lizzie Dorsey was visiting here aunt, Mrs. Is'oro Dor�ey, of Bridgeport, last wpek. On Wednesday evening. June 10th, James Copeland and Miss Lonle Linn, of the Run, got into bis buggy aud hied themselves off toTiitonville. >here Rev. Hollingsnead united them in marriage, May tbey be successful in life There willbeafes. Wval held In the M. E. Church here Sat-nrdaynfveninir. Harvest will soon be here, and promises to be a beautiful one. Otcar Allen. o( Soiithfield, has placed a bra a new hack on the route to Rush Run, which is a daisy, and he sbcnld be liberally patronized, Hot Intercollegiate Race Rowed ,      on the Hudson. EE00ED P0E TWO MILES BROKEN, ValoS Sturdy HnUors Cover tlie Blitance In tlio Fnit Tlmomt Mine Minium nnl Nineteen aud a Half Second*, While the' Unrrnru Itore Are a Close beoou4:fUlit Cornell Third. >' -,-...-1- liutlneis, Steubenville, O., May 27tb, 1897. We, tbia day, place place our stock fof goods and business on the market for salo as an entirety. A cash purchaser by calling upouoia will find such inducements as cannot foil ta meet with consideration. Pending this sale retail buyers are requested to call, and tber will find that until the stock is disposed of as a whole, bargains will be offered that they cannot fail to appreciate. Our stock must, and will be sold. Dawson A Simms, No, 130, North Fourth street. Special inducements at Etakovich & Son's, Boys' SO and 35o. knee pante 10c; Men's solid leather dress or working shoes $1-11; Men's 15o, Jean pants 13c,', Straw bate for men, boys and children at cut prices, Oalioo Kale-Best grade Palleo, (Bimp. aou mak�), ifa, VY.Scow,Bow t Co,. rV'sioufi, Clocks and Jerrtl'y Repaired Md mad* like new at J. tf, sW '*?ai Poughkeepeio, N. V., Juno 21.-Three crews of freshmen on the Hurtsajj .^mashed to smithereens all previous,, rerards for freE;hmen on a two 'mllj. course and put'up one of the hottest intercollegiate races ever witnetsed lu this country. " The crew of sturdy Vale freshmen rowed the 'wo mllo course In nine minutes 10�i s�-c^ds._ A trifle lighter crow of Harvard freshmen fought them ''every inch of the way and finished a trifle over two lengths behind them. In B:26',iiljlk;uii parly seal �uytlilug to do tbey don't null long In gutting reudy to do It. Ily your art .you havo demomtrnled to Ibo tuto nnd to the nation Hint tlio flepubllcau purly le Holld nnd unllud nnd doteriulnod. We nre fiirlher lold thnt (lie oppnultlon propomi lo revive the Into tbreiiben slrnw; Itioy aro goltig to talk about free silver �gain, but you won't hear nny more tsllc about free woo). The ltepnbllenn purly Irt congreae. appreclnllug the fuot that the responsibility of lifting tills country out of tbu very depths of despondency In Us bind-nesa arr-fgeineiila reals upon It, linre c4 . fully prapiired und are now In the net of making a law which will be ibo moat nclun tlfjc. th� beat bninnced inn) the moal juat. Urlff low Ibnt I bin country baa ever kiriv/n, and .la ,t|il.�,.ore�cnce l.dealru . la . punil dy Iblhlt /obr bouorsnio fli.iirman ior n.u pan ho baa luken In ibnt work. To hlui more than to uuy oljier memlmr of lbs wn^a and uieaua eomuilttee, Is duo tlila itroida pruteotion ou wuol, I am Irylni to kuaji up with hlui In the leuute, but l tyveu't got there yet. TVe ewnttiWtt rerorhis th��g�Mteit Ift the pNialtut bnreilti ittiilef IBs present adinlnnr-ttntloii, nnd regnrd thtth i* �� e�rhe�t of the sinreflty of our pWges to the veteMi:s of the republic which �t> h*>* renew, nt n wnttbfnl Jnre and recognition niiJ en/m lneni of their Just clsluis tiptlJl a grnttf.d people. We fnror ths psaange by eohgreM of sueh � Inw na nil) provide n nailonfll bonrd nf arbltrntlon tn aeeure, SO ttit M poailfce. the Sdjnatnielit nnd ai-ttletneiit of such difference* st may srlae between corporations engaged lb Interstate couiuierco sud their employes. * Knltbfully wedded to the principle of pro-tecllon, wo deninml for the woolgMWeM of Ohio tucli ample protection for Wool �� Shall apnrdlly Incrcnte Anierlcnn Hooka Slit-fleteutly to supply all Ametlcan heeds. We tndorae ths nlae, faithful nnd setts-factory administration 6f tlavertior Sttsh-nell, and congrntulote the people Of this state upon the Oiunuta] condition of their cohimontvenltb, which denionatrntes thnt the legislative pernor of the atnte wns economically nnd honritly eserclaod by n lie-tmbllcnn. loeWninie. sJwsf I � �rttiTrm mu* ' �� -.h-i *ftt'n�iuY,  ' V. A. Junes, of BlooABfcloV Is frV tnrJ! city to-dny, �( - John R. Kendall left this tnoMiffltf M. I Coshocton oh n bttsioess Wlf),     -   -^-a Hen Sharp hns iBcreftterj h\i \m&m force by tho addition of ft Wllkw ctitfc *fl & ,marrl�B0 HcftflSO- Wftl tMtti Charles Eldcn and Mary Taut, of TneM* vlllp. A number of youngpcoplahBtlftpIenav -ant picnic on Wills Creelc On"TneittoJr^?5 afternoon. It was too bfid for Capt. McOflfii nppronriftte Oommissionor Bharti'i; ivt Toledo. , ir-: VV. ruperly required for Ihe needa of our rapidly growing atnte, nnd tho nvuldiince of nnunoaanry apeclnl  leglala-Ion, bellevliiK that tho Uepubllenn Iden of home rule la beai aubaervud by lenvlng tho bnmdeel poanlblo powers of locul aulf-gov-erniiiiiiil with tlio people, The auueoaa of the ltepnbllenn pnrly will �naurv the udTnutaso of better sebuola,. bel-Inr roiida, nud all tbuao prngreaalvu Idena which will keep Ohio at the heud of the ala-torhood of atntea. r The ihitnlia of the people of Ibla Itnln are due to Ueuntora Kornlier itud. Ilnnun for their aplcndld elforta during tho proaelit aeaalou of cnugreaa, nnd wo eougrntulnte the peoplo ou their repreaeutnllou lu the United Mlutoa auiiuto, licalrliiK In cuuilmie such roprnacutntlon nnd iipprcclnlliig bla aerrleea to tbu pnrty uml In the people of (ho state and nation, nud Ida eminent nnd proven fitness tor the poaltlou, we ludorae tha coudldney of tho lieu, Miireua A. Flmiim for United Stntea annntnr to aum-cri hlinaelf, nud pledge tho aupport of the pnrly In tbn next geneml na-�eti{.b|r to bla election to both the abort nnd long terms. , WOOL tSCHEDIJLf Senator Allison .Will Press It Forward to a Close, DESIRED END ALMOST IN SIGHT. A word About ibo adinlnlatroilon. I would not'feel that 1 hnd neeuinpllali.�f what to me la tbe greatest pleasure of Hill opportunity thnt J now nnvpt if J au cm tiieak of our dlillugulahsd ablt-fiuln, Vmih denrMcKlulay. I waul W iitiure the Uepublleuihi of Ob'o that he bui tu t only tilled Ibeir grenteat en-pecttttlnn*, but he has ipore thnn ailed Ilia expuvtotloua of the whole country und lbs iuu loin of the imrtb. (Ireut now na the lender of men, be baa liowii with every npporluiiliyi grown by lauetlug ov�(y condlcl wbloii cornea lo n nation'� lender; p��aea��d of a great bean Whb'b beats for the American people   I au toneat dells? aJTM�� to sawn It, sua tde�l*d it liTfbst ipJftoal* sou �f Ohio, TVil- %$t IffB wblob tbst Thrtory arai won dsclsrss the tree prlnclpfea and poller et the sUrpuWIsau garty. To all the declarations oi Mat plstforai rra pisdg* anew Oil allegUeos sad uuuualldadly oomoieud tfe presloesc and oongreai tar their viae sua iMtesjaeoltts eieoyuoa of its 'pledgaa. The JtepubUcsB party bn always been the friend of toe dowatroddsa aud oppressed sad baa always deeply syiapsibltsd with the stroggl* of suy people tor independence. We inrteod our ayiupatbr to tbe putrlut* of Cuba la their effort* to achieve freedom from Vptiulah cruelty aud oppr�aalpu aud nop* that the day of their deilverauue Ij hear st head. We cojum�o4 the eouraa of thejirealdsnt, tad speedy (uprose our iMtiBdunoe lu gud patriotic dl�po,�nkm �f the L'ubau ijuts-tlou hi amirdgaae with' win* i*t�ainsu-�hlp und a arm aud vlguwtW fareUu pullg". We believe tbst the MWthiiirsilou la ns> sotlatlug the treaty for the uuue*oilQU ef llawgll hsa acted wisely, iud w* in tlie hope that the senate Irtll rsitt same. We denontiee Ihe Tlol&lioii of (be spirit &th* eltu csnijN got hr i'reiweiii Cfcte-4, la uiete mtit wltl*h Mlnu4�4 iif iM.demiaa �M-!��MalPt:.e^.wae/a or ttepnblleiin itlniingera Hope Thnt hy tho (.'loan or Ilio t'tcacnt Weelt They Can Announce Ilcllnltnly When Ilia Work on the Turin" lull Will lie Itandy For 1'aaangn. �Washington, Juno 21,-Tho Itoptib' llcen senators In charge of tho tariff bill begin to fool that, the,oqd Is almost in sight, They db rifflPjUope Wi ' the cioio of tho present woeiti' but they expect by thnt tlmo to bo able to say When they can completo the' world As a matter of foot the (llfllciilty at odjiiallng dlfforcnces In their own pnrty Is causing the managers moro perplexity at present than Is the open opposition to tho bill.In the senate. It lins been found almost impasslhlo to Iiarmonlze tho tho contending forces among Republicans on the tobacco and wool schedules. The differences on tobacco have been compromised, though not to the satisfaction of nil concerned, and If there should be another caucus before the tobacco sohodtilo Is taken up In the senate tho question Is liable to bo reopened there.       ; The wool schedule confronted the sente at tho opening of the session. Jt is Senator Allen's purpose to. press the schedule forward to a close. Hence it will be Impossible to postpone for e> very much longar time tho settlement ot tho differences on this question. It is expected that K^the committee should not be able lo announce a determination some lime"'soon the mat-tor will bo referred lo on early caucus of a caucus may bo called Jf the tom-mlUoo fixes n rnto that ,fg.nat>gattafaa; lory to the>wool men.� T.here^ls llttle, doubt that an advance will be conceded by the committee, hut the question of inierest Is whether the Increase will bo all that the wool miin depjond. Tho wool �chedult)sH^ll of course give rise to an animated^ debate,' but the Domcoratlc senators" suv there is no disposition on their part to needlessly ! prolong it, There are also numerouii Articles on the free list and in the /sundry schedule which will arouse differences of opinion, and If the Republicans do not withdraw the Internal revenue features of the bill there will he a sharp clash over this, They are practically deojiu-eu, however, to retreat from these pf'b-visions. � .-       ... It is also practically determined that tbe house provision in regard to Ho-wallan sugar will be continued pending tbe deposition of ihe Havvaiian^nncs-atlon treaty. _ " Wttshlngton, June gl.wln acsordafleAf With tha-litv for tbe suppression :jpii contagious diteaaes atponf donees(jr aotmels, flscretary Wiligu of tbe ajri-cultural department bag issued to tbe managers and sgetita qf reilroftds and transportation companlwi, stockmen and others, a curcuwr notifying them that the contaglqug disease known ag sheep scab, or scabies of sheep, e/Is,ts among sbeep In tbe United States, and thnt It la a violation Of tbe law to receive for transportation, or transport any stock affected' wltb that disease from one atute or territory to tkftfltbar. It is alio a violation of tbe Jejr w 4*> ilvor for such transportation to auy railroad company, or master or awjuw of any Ito^t ur vessel, any ilmfiyi&W' Jng tbe� to'be affected wit^tbe sflft. !''i*ndoo, June 24^*10 tfca .night woj made witfib. On Tuosdny evening as sl.x,jf�ldgf:f girls wero teturning homo from Tnton-vllle, tho horso they woro driving took' fright nt a passing engine nud ran off,, Tlio girls wero all dumped out, but nono seriously hurt. Tho wagon was badly ilnmaged.   | were fully carried outt ftndfthn r pllaj noquittod thomselvoe  with     lit ti' themselves and  their tonclioi^ Tho : High School oommencomont ta cos plm-u i nt tho opora housa,to-night.J 'to houefl * has bean   tastefully  decorated with flowers and bunting, green ai d * hits. ^ tho class colors, predominating   A flno-:. musical and liturnry progmmmo bnsi> been prepared, and as it bnaoeon deoidiKl s to charge the modost sum ofSV itdtiiM '�: slon for tho benefit ot the Ponternlal $ fund tho limiso should bo Ctowded to ; tlio doors. Thegraduntlpgoliiss lacont- , posod of 22 persons ris t6llotvs:*L9roy Blackburn, Nolllo BlunoV;. Hettia ton, Marlon Oox, Wft^tor,i1X�ft^ I MlnnleKsnUovlcli, Walter f ifrcd ,ft m Clarke Mert*,^ Solmofer, "Wnltor -, T Thatcher, Paul Urquhnrt, Mlqr ylnfit-btii�, Harry Zinkv J?" Normal and Training Jobool-Evelyn./1 MoNenl, Kntliorlno Lloya,1 Iol�*"J�o> ,*t Dovltt, Lonorn Koll,. Blanche Rrowji, \ Emmn Wright, v A   \i**Sr- Following Is the programme*! oiVbtwt olsosi Invocation) Rov. OrJBp. MoMa^tS* -mans chorus, Away to the WM&tfora- ft Hon, Cnsto, n hindrance to OIVlllwtWH. �S, Lurny BlacitburDi OSSays,;.Th0_ dnv,Q\ofje the 20th Century, Nolllo A, Blnnofe^S^ ohoraotor Study,  Bottle - Qllftai.} bunch of thistle down, Marlon Oox; St - tinnl'./w,nv nf the JSvonlng,, High school oration, The. usefujoceg' Wall or Davidson i csapy, ,jb lives, Minnie Esiikovfohji the Chimes, Qsso'tMWr^ � -. -- -, 'IfKOUdttlf Si Girls'glop el iiL. prntionvj Intornntlnnal .Animosities, WftVifl, Bride; What shall tho standard Dmmet McBride! ossny,,To'rlgh| Wrong, lola MoDevitt) oratlpn,*;-Class,. Bon P, MoQe�LiOlarIonet--i Henry Jaokioni essay, Echo, Ada*] man! SSfo JndlalnsTf0t�e*^filo Van? Clarke Mertoi essay, Step by Step, Dt tbaPftlnet Oration, Pftariee J^ee, Jlep Bohaefer; obwfei, S      " favoi Tha Paul Ameri itahcrj drntlons, Tbe �M' 0. Umfflm srlcn, 'Www Wlnesbtirgi Um^Lpm Tbe gailorpT^horuat ^*1tefll diplomas by Dr. R, D,: fxtrn^nce ai tbeajp-f li ftafj *$M^Bjfftj^i bMttTi^ tow W. 3 dent Kev 8TATK AMP 8 The Bug lib sparrows barn bm t log o)� the lopuets, andjg a womn the ormy of tbe mfamm boas _ reduoed: In numbera. , W.F'ZgL A number ot per�ons'|t BarBejiiJIe>,� were Misooedpne toy last week byf Ing sohweit^er cbcese- The ou��JaC| purchased at Wheeling, David T. Morgan djed Pa., on Tueadtty �yen JlipeM, aged about ceased vms u merapt family-J. B. Neiderlieitur mho, Mr.NersI Hie trawjiad � tempted J^S back of tfitL tbewbeelf ] t�urft, = f umar mm dledon fuesda, WBeni frujt. at, on mt mm .Ifl.year.-olo   

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