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VOL. II: NO. 32
MARIETTA, OHIO. IHUKSDAT.'FEBIIUA.KY 6, 189(5.
PBICE ONE OEN1
Attack Gen. Antonio Maceo Near
From Houses and Roofs a Galling Fire
Poured Into'Their Ranks.
Itebels .Driven ,OdUlde the Town Whore
They Made a Stand Rebel Cavalry
Charted the Troops 'With Great
Valor Several Omceri Mounded.
(From a Stan Correspondent ot tho United
Havana. Fob. 5. Tho details of n
fight Monday botweca tho troops un
der Gon. Luquo and tho rqbcls under
Antonio Maceo havo been .received
here. Gen. Luquo reports that tho
battlo occurred in and near the town
of Paso Real, province of Pinar Del
Rio. Maceo was in chlof command
of.thc lusurgonts, his subordinate com
manders being1 Miro,Sayas,Chilenoand
Meyer. Tho Spanish force include two
companies of the Saboyu regiment,
ono company of tho Galicla regiment,
thrco companies of the San Quentin
regiment, ono company of the Soria
regiment and two companies of the
Alfonso XIII regiment. When it was
learned that tho rebels wero in Paso
Real, Gen. Luquo gave orders for tho
troops to advance and attack tho place.
Tho soldiers entered tho town by tho
tnain street and found the rebels occu
pying tho side streets and tho houses.
A galling fire was dirocted against
tho troops from the street, houses and
roofs, but tho' rebels woro finally
driven to tho eastern part of tho town,
where they attempted to mnko a
stand. In this they wero unsuccessful
and they then retreated outside of tho
town. Tho troops advanced upon
them and found over a thousand rebels
forming a lino of battlo in an open
space. As the Spaniards moved for
ward they dolivored volley fires as
they moved from position to position.
Tho rebel cavalry charged tho troops
with preat valor, and despite tho
heavy fire directed against them oven
reached tho bayonets of tho troops.
The latter received tho first chargo
while formed in line, bul tho second
charge was received by tho troops in
Gen. Luquo says tho troops sus
tained no machete t wounds, whilo a
number of rebels woro wounded by
bayonets. The troops finally dispersed
tho rebels, pursuing them until dark
ness set in. Tho insurgents lost C2
killed, whilo 200 of them are believed
to have been wounded. Gen. Luquo
was shot througluthcright leg.
Jose Ruiz Perez; of tho regular army,
and Maj. Louis Lopro Majorez, of tho
civil guards,wero also wounded. Maj.
Perez has since diod. In addition to
these, one captain, ono lieutenant and
30 soldiers wero wounded. One of tho
wounded privates died shortly after
The Resolution Condemning Illm Wilt
Not Ho Called Op for Some Time.
Wasiiinoton, Feb. 5. Messrs. Ding
ley, chairman of tho committee on
ways and means, and Hitt, chairman
of tho committee on foreign affairs,
had an informal conference Tuesday
upon tho date at which tho resolution
condemning Ambassador Bayard for
his Edinburgh and Iloston, England,
speeches shall be considered in the
house. It was decided that it would be
best not to call it up until the calendar
was clear of appropriation bills, un
less in the event that for some now un
foreseen rccson, it was deemed unad
visable to go on with the considera
tion of tho appropriation measures.
Tho resolution will bo reported to
the house and placed on the calendar
within a day or two, but tho debate
upon it, which is expected to last two
or three days, may not begin for some
The Imprisonment of Dobs.
WAbinxoTON, Feb. 5. Tho senate
committee on the judiciary Tuesday
reported a substitute for 'Mr. Call's
resolution looking to an investigation
by a special committee into the im
prisonment -of Eugene V. Dobs. Tho
substitute provides for an investi
gation by tho judiciary committeo into
tho law upon tho whole subject of
"contempt of court" as enforced by tho
federal courts, and to report if any ad
ditional legislation Ms necessary for
tho protection of tho rights of citi-
Murdered by Cattlo Hustlers.
El Pabo, Tex.. Feb. 5. Col. Albert
J. Fountain, of Las Cruces, N. M., ono
of the most prominent lawyers in this
section, counsel for tho New Mexico
Cattle association, formerly colonel in
tho New Mexican cavalry and speaker
of tho territorial house of representa
tives, ias been') murdered, together
with his nine-year-old boy, by cattle
rustlers, on tho de'seH botween"Tiilar
ous and Las Cruces, N. M. The cause
assigned was his aotivity in prose'eut
ing cattle thioves. v
Contnl nt Cape Town.
Washixo;tonv Feb. 5. It Is under
stood that tho president has practic
ally selected tho now consul at Capo
Town, Cape Colony, a post that has be
como nf importance sinco tho begin
ning of tho Transvaal troubles. la
order to make the position lucrative
enough to allow the appointment of
some man of standing, SocretaryOlney
has written a lotter to tho senate com
mittee on appropriations asking that
the salary be increased from $3,000 to
$3,000 a year.
AJore Uallab Troop. ,
London, Fob. 8. A dispatch from
Rome to tho Central News says that
80,000 in pre troops have been sum
moned to servo with the colors.
How and Interesting? Ilappontncs Within
The Harris lull lletore the Home Dill
Italllnc the Doit Tax In the 8enate.
CohUMUUS, O.. Feb S. Sinatk Tho 'Dow
law amendment bill, by Scnutor liana, which
Is tba sums as tho home bill ot Mr Goodalo,
of Hamilton, came Up for paisaRO on n roporl
ot tbo (finance committee. Tho!' bill
raises tbo Dow tax td t3Sa Mr.
Ely, of Lorain, moved to ml so it to $500.
This evoked a violent discussion. Sen
otor Oarllcld cbarged that tho bill was slmplj
on attempt to out tho llarrlsblll.lt It came
over. Mr Williams stood with Mr. Ely foi
SS00, and w.is Joined by Senator Clark. Scnutoi
Shaltuclc declared In favo- ot (330. Scnatoi
Lnnltiff said It was noil known that throats
had como to every sonutor on tho floor toi
thorn to too tho mark, or suffer fOr It. When
put to a voto tho 1100 amendment carried by t
voto of SO yeas and 10 nays
House Tho first intimation that the Harris
bill was before the houso Wodnosday was sug
gested by n flood of telegrams that pourod It
upon members In obedience, It Is said, to In
structions sent out by Rot. Howard Rus
sell, of the Anti-saloon Ieaguo, U
his colaborers In all parts ot the
Btato Nearly every member was In re
ceipt of a ' bracer" from his constituents. A
call ot tho roll disclosed tho following mem
bers absent: Aldrlrh (dem.), Ashford (rep.),
Droreln (flora.), Buschlng (rep), Hart (rep.).
Ktmmcl (rep), Kllbourno (dem ). Richardson,
(Ham. Co, rop.), Smith (Adams, rep) and
Smith (Cuyahoga, rop ) The members wb
answered to their names wero 101
It Is Tliuncbt, TV 111 Help the Candidacy ol
, Ma. At m. McKlnley.
Columbus, O., Feb. 5. W. M. Bahn,
member of tho republican national
committeo of Ohio said Tuesday in re
gard to tho withdrawn! of ex-I'rcsldont
Harrison from tho race for the presi
dential nomination, that It would un
doubtedly hplp tho candidacy of Me
ICinley more than that of any other
nsplrant for tho honor for the reason
that Indiana was a border state and
was largely engaged in manufactur
ing. Ho had never-regarded Mr. Har
rison as in any sense a candidate for
tho nomination, but his explicit decla
ration in the matter would tend to
clear up the qucbtion, and would be
followed by declarations that had
been held in abeyance on account of
tho doubt about the position of Gon.
( Intor-Stato Ball I.en;rue Formed,
Toledo, O., Feb. fi. An inter-state
ball league composed of the following
cities vi as formed Tuesday: Washing
ton and Now Castle, Pa. ; Toledo and
Youngstown, O.; Fort Wayne, Ind.,
and Wheeling, W. Vn. C. k Powers,
of Pittsburgh, was elected president,
secretary and treasurer, and tho league
will apply for national protection un
der class "A," while salary limit was
placed at SI, 000. The season will bo of
live months' duration, and all clubs have
given a S.'iOO guarantee to play the
season out. Tho directors will meot
this month and arrange a schedule.
Unlawful to Whisper In Chnreb.
Portsmouth, O., Feb. 5. Ina Crab
tree, aged 14, was brought from Mor
gan township to servo out a fine of
five dollars and costs and ton days' im
prisonment for whispering in church.
Magistrate Cooper imposed tho sen
tence. Sheriff lllckoy refused to lock
her up in tho jail, and has taken her
into his family. The commissioners
will probably release her.
I Mining Money and Diamonds Found.
Akron, O., Fob. 5. Tho chatelaine
bag containing tho money and dia
monds of Mrs. Goorgo S. Nowbury,
mother of Dr. A. D. llcvan, of Chica
go, who was married Monday night to
Miss Annlo Harbor, was found in the
dresser of Mrs. Newbury's room at the
Barberton Inn, after detectives had
searched for the thief for nearly twenty-four
( Freight Train Breaks In Two. .
Barnksville, O,, Feb. 5. A west
bound freight on tho B. & O. S. W.
broke in two one mile cast of Spen
cer's station Wednesday morning, tho
rear part running into tho front, kill
ing llrakcman S. C Parsons and
slightly injuring Stewart Coins.
Presidential Postmasters Nominated.
Washington, Feb. 5. Tho president
Wednesday sent to the senate tho fol
lowing nominations: Postmasters:
Ohio Reuben R. Freeman, Chilli
cothe; S. B. Palm, Warren. Tennes
see F. P. Kanestor, Cleveland; Peter
Bradshaw, South Pittsburg.
I A 85,000 Leg.
Massillon, O., Feb. 5. The daraago
suit of Harry McDonald against tho
W. & L. E, railway, to recover 350,000,
which has continued in court since
Monday, has been settled for 55,000.
Plaintiff lost a leg in a railway acci
dent Uolden Wedding Spoiled.
Napoleon, '0., Feb. c Anna E
Smflh has filed a petition for divorce
against Fred W.;Smlth, ohitho ground
hof inhuman treatment nnd drunken
ness. The parties havo been married
nearly a half century.
Divorce Bolts nt llelletontalne.
Bellefontaine, O., Fob. 5. Chris
tina Given commenced. suit Tuesday
morning for divorce from Robert Given
for willful absence, and Harriot Arch
er from George Archer for gross ne
loo Many Wives.
Elyria, O., Feb. 5. H. L. Barker,
arrested In Sandusky, charged with
bigamy, has been placed in jail at this
place. Miss Brocker, his second wife,
was a resident of North Amherst
An Undutlful Bon.
Mabsili.on, ft, Feb. 6. Harvey Bar
clay has been arrested charged with
attempting to kill his tnqther. He has
already served ono year in the housf
For Millions 'of Dollars' Worth
4 of Property in New York.
Anneke Jans' Heirs Hold an Import
ant Meeting 'at Cleveland. "'
rr .. ,
The Different Associations Advised to Join
the Anneko Jans International Union
Art Attorney to Itn Selected to Look
After Their Claims In New Vnrlc
Cleveland. O.. Feb. 5. ThoAnneko
Tans heirs, as the claimants to tho mil
lionairo's property in tho possession of
Trinity Church corporation of New
York are called, held their first gen-.
e.tl meeting in this city Tuesday af
ternoon. About 230 representa
tives ' of tho heirs wero present
Including delegates from noarly every
Btato in tho union and nlso from Cana
dian provinces. The meeting was nre
sided over by L. A. Gucrinneau, of
Torre Haute, Ind. The first business
was the appointing of a committeo, of
13 to permanently organize for the
holding of the present meeting and
th 'meetings to bo held In the future.
The committee passed resolutions
that all the different associations of
the heirs bo advised to join the Anneke
Jans international union. A sub-committee
of 13 was appointed to select an
attorney who will go to Now York and
look up the title of tho estate and also
will givo an opinion as to whether the
heirs have sufficient grounds on which
to contest the church's right to owner
ship of the property.
It was stated by tho secretary of the
meeting that the heirs not only claim
102 acres and 75 square rods in tho
heart of New York city, valued at be
tween 8700,000,000 and 800,000,000, but
also 380,000,000 worth of land in Hol
land. It was also stated that the num
ber of claimants to this vast property,
so far as discovered, number 1,310.
These all claim to be descendants of
Anneke Jans, the daughter of i
Wolfrcd Weler, a king of Holland. I
Anneke Jans cdmo to America in the
mnyuower auu purcnasoa iana in ixew
York known as "King'b Garden," now
possessed by the Trinity church cor
poration. Tho claimants assert that
Jans never lost title to tho property.
The corporation claims that the titlo
was given them by Queen Anne of
England. Another meeting of tho
heirs will ba held Wednesday.
The Pullman Palace Car Co. nnd tho I'.lo
.Grande Kallwuy Co Snql,for Dninnjrcs.
Chicago, Fob. 5. Mrs. Lydln Spald
ing, who is a hotel keeper in San Fran
cIeco. brought suit TuesJay In the su
perior court against the Pullman Pal
ace Car Co. and tho Denver & Eio
Grando Tvailroad Co., claiming S100.000
damages and alleging false arrest
and imprisonment. Tho bill states
that in Juno last Mrs. Spald
ing was traveling from San
Francisco to Europe and that when
tho Rio Grando train stopped at Lcad
villo she was taken from the Pullman
sleeper by u deputy sheriff and locked
in the jail. She declares she was only
told that she was under arrest and
that no charge was even made against
her, nor. was she taken into court.
After being 48 hours in a filthy room
with ten male prisoners she says
she was released. The plaint
iff also claims to havo lost
38,000 in money, jewelry, steamship
and railroad tickets, being obliged to.
buy new tickets in order to proceed to
Europe. It is charged that tho arrest
was instigated by the Pullman com
pany employes for tho purpose of rob
bery. When she returned to San
Francisco Mrs. Spalding says her
friends regarded her with suspicion
and her character has been placed un
der a cloud.
Crushed by n Fall of Coal.
WiLKKSBAitltB, Pa!, Feb. 6. Joseph
Cregie, a miner aged 40 years, was in -
stantly killed, and his laborer, John
Gable aged 25. was fatally injured
end mine of Moeanaque. They wero
in the mine when the coal gave t ay,
tons of it falling upon them.
Another Cripple Creole Wrock Victim.
Toi'EKA, ICns., Fob. 5. T. J. Kollam,
president of the Merchant national
bank, died at his homo here Tuesday
morning from injuries ho sustained in
tho railroad wreck at Cripple Creek a
week ago. Ho was the hoad of tho
Kollam Rook and Stationary Co.
Oen. Campos Condemned.
Madrid, Feb. 5. A majority of tho
newspapers here are Indignant with
(ten. Campos for suggesting ' that au
tonomy should bo granted to the Cu
bans. They declare that the sugges
tion is an insult to the'nati'pu afttjrthe
sacrifices it has madel
Arrested for Embezzlement.
Lincoln, Nob., Feb. 5. B. D. Mills,
of Lincoln, president of the defunct
state bank of Republican city, has
been arrested at tho instance of E. S.
Whiting, ex-treasurer of Harlan coun
ty, who charges him with embezzle
ment Death ot a Prominent Newspaper Man.
New Orleans, Feb. 5. Mr. George
Nicholson, ono of tho proprietors of
the Picayune, died Tuesday after
noon. The immediate cause of death
wan congestion of the lungs, brought
about by a severe attack of pneumonia.
Cashier Held Up arUTitobbed.
Kansas City, Feb. 5. C. F. Pauly,
cashier of the Standard Oil Co,, was
held up on Harrison street at 11:30
o'clock Tuesday morning and robbed
of $343 which lie was taking' to th
Gathered From All Parts ot the Country by
Lady Jane Francesco Wilde, mother
of Oscar Wild, is dead.
The Keeloy instltuto at ..Ashland, 14
miles from Richmond, Va., was de
stroyed by fire Tuesday morning.
Thero was! no casualties.
' i Tho bids sent from Baltimore for
th6 new government loan aggregato
over $1,500,000. It Ss said t!e 81,200,000
of (the gold for tho subscriptions will
comb from Germany.
The post office department Tuesday
denied tho privileges of the mails to
T. O. Tyco & Co., of St Louis and
Washington, for violating tho postal
laws and regulations.
The public gets from 530,000,000 to
810,000.000 of tho 3100,090,000 popular
loan and tho Flerpont Morgan syndi
cate secures tho remainder on it bid of
110.0S77 for 8100,000,000.
Ex-Gov. Lowolling announced Tuea
daV that ho would not bo a candidate
at 'the coming election for governor of
Kansas. It was believed he would bo
a- candidate in the populist conven
tion. Postmaster General Wilson Tuesday
&rpointed W. A. Burwoll, of Georgia,
superintendent of the division of post
office supplies, vlco Laino W. Taylor,
appointed chief clerk of tho depart
ment Gov. Hastings, of Pennsylvania,
Tuesday issued a requisition on tho
governor of Ohio for tho arrest and de
livery of Herman Walter, who is
charged with larceny in Westmoreland
Elmer Wetherholtz, a young man
who Was confined in the county jail at
Woodstock, Va., for wife beating,
made his escape and shot and killed
his wife at their home, near that placo
Tho British steamer Lamington,
from Gibraltar for New York with
fruit, went ashore 15 miles east of Firo
Island Wednesday morning. The life
saers rescued tho vessel's crew in tho
Wednesday tho houso passed a bill
prize fighting or bull
tho territories of tho
United'States and the District of Co
lumbia under penalty of imprisonment
for from ono to five years.
The various rumors which have been
given publicity in the newspaper press
to the effect that Mr. Geo. 15. Roberts
was about to retire from the presi
dency of tho Pennsylvania railroad,
were emphatically and authoritatively
denied at tho company's offices in Phil
Owing to tho news from Washington
Wednesday, concerning -the success of
tho new loan, there was an advance in
United States 1 per cents, of 1925 at
the New York stock exchange Wednes
day afternoon from 113Jf to llOJ-f. Tho
fours of 1007 rose from 10S5X to 100 ,
and tho'fives from 111 to 112 bid.
S-ecretary Lansing; Ucnd.
Sax ru txcisco, Feb. 5. G. L. Lans-
Intr cni-i-nt-irp flnrl fnn t rnlln, nf flio
fcou'thern Pacific Co, died Tuesday.
Ho was 45 years of age.
Been in the business
the first of March we will offer our entire stock
j As Wi I! CUSPOSG Of it all.
I -i fhpxsra
UNDERWEAR OVERCOATS SUITS
V ?.1 $ '' 50 3.00, a 50 and $4.00 at $2.15. 5 00, C.00 and $7.00 at $3.88.
1.50 ' ,9G. go 5.00, 0 00, 7.00 and $S 00 at s-00 and $10.00 at $0.90.
SHI RTS $4.S8. 12.00 and $13.50 at $9.15.
l!00 j nt ,50' ' All 10.00 and $12.00 at $0.99. 15.00 and over i off.
1 25 at $ S9
" io ' i'-i'io' ;" , All 13.50 and $15.00 at $9 ,4S. D- , . , ., .
'-' 1,d0 'yv- ; t 'y w ., , , , Boys' and Children s
" Neckwear -' " - 'An 1.?-00' $22.00 at Suits 1 -2 off reg-
At i price. ofl'. - " - ' . : ular price.
These prices cannot be duplicated. This sale will last until March
1 st, positively no longer. Cash is King, nothing else goes.
188 Front Street,
a cream of tartar linking Powder. Highest
of nil In leavening strength Lateit Vnlteo
atattt Ooierntntnt Food Report.
Royal Bakinq Fowjjek Co , 103 Wall St. N."V
London, Feb. C Concurrent with
the burial services over the body of
Prince Henry of Bnttenburg in Whip
pingham church, Isle of'Wight.j Wed
nesday, a memorial service was held
in Westminster Abbey. A largenum
ber of distinguished persons were
present including U S. Ambassador
Bayard and many other foreign diplo
mats and a large attendance of promi
nent aristocratic and political person
ages. Arrpsted for Attempted iTraln Wrecking.
Milwaukee, Wis, Feb. 5. A special
to tho News from Waupaca, Wis., says
that John and Wm. McGunn were ar
rested at Amherst, Wis., for an at
tempt to wreck a Wisconsin Central
passenger train near Waupaca on Fri
day night. They confessed tho deed,
and said their object was to wreck the
train and rob tho passengers.
Iho lllds for llonds.
New Youk, Feb. 5. It is tho opinion
of financiers hero that tho bonds to be
issued on bids that will bo opened at
noon Wednesday will net the govern
ment about 3109,000,000. Tho bids ol
tho big New York houses are of such
proportions as to indicato that the loan
will be over subscribed.
Another "Jim Crow" Suit.
Horni.N'sviLLE, Ky., Feb. 5.- ilobort
N. Lander, a colored lawyer of this
city, brought suit in the Christian cir
cuit court against John McLeod, re
ceiver for the Ohio Valloy Railway Co ,
for 810,000 damages for compelling
Lander's wife to rido in a car reserved
for colored people.
Itov. Chalmers Dies fruddonlj-.
New York, Feb. 5. Rev. Talbot W.
Chambers, one of the oldest minis
ters of the collegiate branch oi
the Reformed Duteh Church of Amer
ica, died of pneumonia at his home
here very suddenly.
WAsniNGTGN, rcb 5 Kentucky-Thursday
clearlnsr. northeasterly winds becoming north
westerly Ohio Threatening weather with occasional
! Sl"r'h"S11Lnd,,sri "clabI "
olndlann-Ualn or snow Thursday: wladj
snutin? to easterly
long enough. Want to
Are you looking for
Arrival and Doparture of Trains.
d. & o. s.w.
Depart 0:00 a. m., iomo a. m., 2:00 p, m., 4:5
p. in.. 7:00p m Ji:28p. m.
AimrvE a 05 a. m , 8:10 n. m , 12:25. p. m t:S5
p. in., U:40, p. m , 8:ss p. m.
T. & O. C. Ex.
Leave 2. c p. m9:00,4:OOam
AimivB 12:ju, 7.8Jp m. 7:15 am
C. &. M.
Lsavx u:2sa.m. 1:65 p.B
Aiuuvs 1... n.-is a. m., 7:05 p. n
Lbave..... 0:20a.m., 2:40 p. m
Arrive..... lo:0 a.m., &:5l p.n
O. R. It. U. (Eastern Time )
South 10:25, 2:00a ms 7:0p.m.
North ll:isp m ; 8H0, 7:23 a.m.
i We have changed
I our window shows.
t Our Upper Window
f Is full of Tourist
f Hats, your choice
I for $1 00 cheap at
$2.00. See them.
! Our Window
Next to Post Office f
I is an attraction for f
I the boys that wear J
I long pant suits. I
I A Big Card
f In window reads f
? like this: Ono of
I these watches with
I our compliments to
6 every purchaser of
a Boy's Long Pant
I Suit during the
f month cf February.
quit it From now until
Bargains? Just gaze