Colonel Gordo of Govenors Staff Paid His Excellency Every Attention
the at the of and COLOKBL GOKDON, Of III*' !ovÂ«'ruor'H Ma If, 1'iiiil Ills 1C*. celtalify KvÂ«ry A t l a ' i i t l o Atuonx those who dined with Governor McKinley at the St. Charles last night Colonel Alexander Cardon, of His Kxcellency's'staff. During the governor's sojourn in Hamilton, Colonel Gordon with usual courtesy extended the Kovernor attention. At the C., II. D. depot evening: he saw the governor off and ahead to Captain Heistand to meet Mr. McKinley at the Cincinnati depot with carriage. In one of the C., H. 6c D passeager coaches just before the departure, the governor and Col. Gordon di.s- cussed the riot at Washington, C. II.