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MARIETTA DAILY LEADER.
VOIi. II: NO. 74
MARIETTA, OHIO. tflilDA Y, MARCH 27, 1896.
1 JilOE ONE CENT
Cargo of Ammunition on the'
Threo Frionds Unloaded.
Representatives of the Spanish Au
thorities Watch tho Proceedings.
Tlia Jacksonville, tin., Dock Vrescnts tho
Appearnnco or h flnternmont Arsenal
Cartridges, Cnrhliios,llllles, Jllachetes
and Other Military Equipments.
Jacksonville, Tla., Match 20. It
was generally' expected that tho
steamer Three Friends would leave
hero Tuesday night jvith another cargo
of ammunition and arms for the Cuban
insurgents. Tho munitionu were on
board and everything In readiness, but
at tho last moment the Cubans changed
their plans, and Wednesday morning'
tho arms were unloaded from tho
The dock of the Alabama Coal Co. at
tho foot of Hogan street, presented tho
appeal anco of a irovernmcnt arsenal, for
there were thousands of cartridges and
carbines and rifles and machetes by tho
hundreds. Knapsacks, canteens and
other military equipment sufficient to
fit out a small array were scattered
about but all of tho articles were being
chocked off and watched by Cubans,
Tho Cuban gentlemen who were look
ing after tho unloading and storing of
tho cargo for.tho steamer will pot say
who tho arms are for nor why they
aro being taken off the steamer on tho
evo of Jicr leaving for a trip to tho
The unloading of the steamer was
watched by a representative of tho
Spanish authorities, and a few minutes
after tho work began the Spanish vico
consul entered tho 'building' and galled
on several of the officers. The Span
iards appear to think that the govern
ment should scizo the arms and tho
vessel that had them on board.
TrVo KlllcdVhd Two Fatally Injured.
Elizabeth, N. J., March 20. Four
men were run down by a train on tho
Central railroad in tho freight yards
Thursday morning. Two were killed
Instantly and one is fatally injured.
They were stealing aridc and in alight
ing from ono train ran in front of an
other. Wants an Appointment.
Columbus, O., March 20. Dr. 0. M.
JJushnell, of Mansfield, a telativo ol
tho governor and a doinocrat, is here
seeking tho appointment of surgeon at
the new Mansfield reformatory.
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Do you ask all the attorneys you know to make a bid, and then em
ploy the cheapest? Do you not rather look for the man
whoso skill and knowledge of law insure thorough
effort in your interest?
The Same Principle
Applies In Clothing!
The difference between poor selected goods and good ones is a vital
question to you if you are interested ! If you are looking for
Good Material that loill wear well; goods selected
with taste, and a large variety to select
from, drop in
-Our Store of Practical Experience.
Oomo in and see what a look may save you.
For this week we will place on Sale 3 extraordinary values in
Value No. I.
A good substantial suit in Plain and Fancy Mixtures, well
made and trimmed, worth $7.00. The Buckeye's Price only
Value No. 2.
A strictly all wool suit of the latest Spring Patterns, in Oassi
tnere ov Unfinished Worsteds, beautifully lined and trimmed,
easily worth $12.00. Tho Buckeye's Price $7.75.
Value No. 3.
This is a world beater. A genuine imported Clay Worsted,
Thibet or Serge, in Blue, Black or all the new shades of Brown
and Fancies, in Sack or Frock; Elegant; workmanship and
Tailor fitting, worth $13 50. The Buckeye's Price only $ 10.00.
First Communion and Confirmation Suits,
Knee Pants Suits for. $2.00 wort'h $ 3.50
AH the' latest in Spring Styles in Stiff, Alpine and-Pasha Hats.
Our Furnishing Goods, Department contains all tho New and Fashion
able things for. Spring. Oome in and give us a trial.
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Cor. FroAt and Butler st.. 01d,P. O, Building,
' J, MARIETTA, OHIO.
Killed In a Itnttln In Santa Clara Spanish
Havana, March 20. During an at
tack by insurgents upon the city of
Santa Clara, tho rebel leader, Lconoio
Vidal, was killed.
A detachment of government troops,
composed of the San Quintan battalion,
was attacked by n party of rebels un
der Fousoca, near San Juan do Los
Yoras, in the Santa Clara province, and
a hard tight ensued. Tho battle result
ed in tho defeat of the Spanish forces,
which lost many killed and wounded.
It is admitted by the Spaniards that
in this engagement thoy lost ono
lieutenant and J5 privates killed,
Tho insurgents have burned tho prin
cipal houses in Santa Ana, in the pro
vinco of Matanzas; 105 houses in Rod
rigaand, a number of houses in Pahna
Sola and Yabucito, in tho province of
Albert Rapployo, tho correspondent
in Cuba of the New York Mail and Ex
press, will embark for the United
States Thursday, in nccordanco with
tin ordor issued by tho governor gen
eral decreeing, his expulsion from tho
Adjournment of Congress.
Washinoto.v, March 20. Aanovcment
in tho ditection of' an early adjourn
ment ot congross was made in the sen
ate Wednesday by Mr. Piatt (Ct.), who
offered a resolution to fix tho time of
fiual'adjournracut for tho 2d of May
next. In offering it, Mr. Piatt re
marked that it was time to consider tiio
subject. The resolution took the usual
courbc a veferenco to tho committeo
on appropriations. It will probably
not bo reported back until all tho an
nual appropriation bills havo passed
both lion ses.
l'nlsoned on Toadstools.
Cmco, Cal., March 20. On Sunday
last a party of 12 Chinese and Japanese1
men and women partook of a mess of
toadstools, mistaking them for mush
rooms. A6 a result thrco Chinese and
two Japanese died Wednesday from
poisoning and tho survivors aro in a
critical .state. It is reported that a
number of other Chinamen were also
stricken down and arc being hidden
from tho medical authorities by thoir
Fleasuro Tnrty Meets With nn ' Accident.
St. Ionace, Mich., March 20. A
party among whom were two women
started Wednesday morning -on an icc
boat to cross tho straits to attend nn
iceboat rcgotta at Mackinac island.
About a milo out tho boat ran into an
open crack. All on board were thrown
upon the ice and received moro or less
serious bruises. No ono was badly in
ured. Tho iceboat was smashed.
Conferees on the Cuban Reso
lutions End Thuir Labor.
Thoy Adopf'tho Ones Originally Pass
ed by tho Senato Some Days ago.
The Action Shuts Off All Further Debate
In the Senate Tho House, It Ii Thbught,
Uylll Agree lo tlio ltcport With
out Further Delay.
Washinoton, March 20. The con
ferees on tho Cuban resolutions after a
short session Thursday afternoon
agreed to the resolutions as they origin
ally passed the senate. This shuts of
ill further debate in tho senate. Tho
liousc, it is bcliovcd, will agreo to tho
tcport without delay. In tho""form, as
thus agreed to, tho resolutions aro as
"Resolved, By the senate (tho house
of representatives concurring therein)
that in the opinion of congress, a con
dition of public war exists between tho
government of Spain and tho govern
ment "proclaimed and for somo
timo maintained by force of
arms by tho people of Cuba; and that
tho United States of America should
maintain a strict nutrality between tho
contending powers, according to each
all tho rights of belligerents in tho
ports and territory of tho United
"Resolved, further, that tho friendly
offices of tho United States should bo
offered by the president to the Spanish
government for tho recognition of the
Independence of Cuba."
Tho action of the five conferees was
unanimous. Senator Lodge, of Mas
sachusetts, the sixth member of tho
committee was absent. Mr. Ilitt, tho
chairman of tho house foreign ailairs
committee,- will, at tho first opportun
ity, call up tho conference report and
ask its consideration. It will probably
be follow by somo debate, but it is not
doubted that it will be adopted.
Prof. Nicola Tenia Thinks Ho Can Tele
graph IIo Will Utilize tho r.lectrlo
New Yoiiic, March 20. Nicola Tesla,
the well known electrician says that ho
is satisfied that ho lias a machine
which, when perfected, will enable him
to make practical experiments in dis
tributing electric waves about tho
earth so that messages might bo con
ducted to all parts of the globe simul
taneously. Ho believes that electric waves might
bo propagated through tho atmosphere
and even the ether beyond, a disturb
ance of tho waves at any point being
instantly felt at ovory other point
along them. lie declared that ho be
lieved that tho transmission of news
about tho earth by electric waves in
tho place of wires was no longer a
The 11111 to Establish u Commission on
I.abor, Agriculture and Capital.
Washington, March 20. A bill was
favorably reported to tho senato Thurs
day from the committeo on education
and labor to establish a commission on
labor, agriculturo and capital for the
purpose of investigating those questions
and recommending such legislation to
congress as is necessary. Tho board is to
consists of 15 members. Those repre
senting labor are to bo selected by tho
president upon the" rccommondatlon"of
labor organizations; those represent
ing agriculture, threo from the farm
ers' allianco and two from tho national
grange; those representing1 capital
from various manufacturing indus
tries. New Mexico Uonds.
Wasiiinoton, March 20. The house
territories committee Thursday order
ed a fayorablo report on tho bill per
mitting New Mexico to issue bonds
amounting to $195,000 for internal im
provements, with the senate amend
ment validatlpg tho S173.000 worth of
Bricc bonds, together with an addi
tional amendment validating the $359,
000 Coles bonds, refunding tho latter at
four per cent, per annum.
Killed In n Duel.
Bkrlin, March 2o. A fatal duel with
pistols was fought in tho Neubabels
burg wood Thursday morning between
Herr Zenker, a solicitor, residing in
Potsdam, and an officer of the German
navy. Tho duel was fought with pistols
and Herr Zenker was shot and instant
ly killed. Herr Zenker was a prom
inent lpader of the anti-semito party.
A Steamer Collapses a lluo.
St. Louis, March 20. Tho steamer
Artemus Lamb, loaded with railroad
ties, blow out floyy at Illinois Island,
near Alton, III., Thursday morning.
Fireman E4 .Lalliard and Eli Lancas
ter, of St. Louis', were blown over
hoard, but were saved, from, drowning.
They were, however, -probably .fatally
tfatal'Mlno Explosion In New Zealand.
Wellington, New Zealand, March
20. An explosion occurred in the
Brunner mine Thursday morning.
Five miners are known1 to havo Ueen
killed and 60 entombed with no hope
of their being rescued, i ,
, The Greater New YorlcIllU.
Albany, N; .,,-March 26. Senator
Lexow's "greater Now York" bill
passed tho Assembly Thursday after
noon by a vote of ayes 01, noes 60.- Tho
measure now goes to Gov, Wortori tot
Aid for the Frlnco of Wales.
London March 20. Tho Chronicle
says It Is rilmdred.,tihn'tv1tHG,govcrnmeat
will ask patllaroeRt-or n, lurcher al
lowance fjSrjthcprtnce of -Wales' 6c be
half of h'is children,
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At tho Atiniml Dinner Joseph Chamber
lain Addresses tho Canada Chili.
London, March 2(5. Right Uon. Jos.
Chamberlain, secretary of state for tho
colonics, was tho guest ot bonor ut tho
annual dinner of tho Canada club in
London Wednesday evening. The
president of the club, Sir Itobort Oillcs
plo, proposed a toast to tho governor
general of Cauuda and tho dominion,
coupling the names of Mr. Chamberlain
and Mr. Montague.
Upon Mr. Chamberlain rising to re
spond lie was loudly cheered. lie de
clared that, whatever test gauged her
greatness, Canada stood lo-day first
among I lie group of kindred nations
which, together with tho United King
dom, formed tho British empire. He
had often visited Canada, he said, and
lenew men on both hides of the Atlan
tic who once assumed that tho mani
fest destiuy of Canada was lo bo ab
sorbed by the republic upon her south
ern frontier. That ancient contro
versy, Mr. Chambeilaiu declared, was
in conttast with tho ptescnt determin
ation of Canada to maintain her local
institutions and draw closer the bondB
uniting her to tho patent (.tern.
Tho lecent . isolation of tho
United Kingdom and the dangers
.which seemed to threaten had evoked
from all the colonies, and, especially
from Canada, an outbui st. of loyalty
and affection. To none of her majes
ty's subjects was the recent shadow of
war more oinuious than to Canada; yet
there was no hesitation on her part and
unaitlmnus voice was iriade in common
cause with the United Kingdom.
LAYING ON OF HANDS.
A Clinton County Man Who is OnlnlngDls'
lliictlnu ns a Healer.
Ar.n.v.vv, Ky.. March 20. John Cum
mings, who lives siv miles west of tills
place in Clinton county, isattainingdis
tinction as a marvelous healer. He has
made many cures of iheiimalism, neu
ralgia and other painful diseases. Cum
niiugs tieats merely by tubbing his
hands on the pirts allocted.
v Hero is an instance of his success;
Pony Sheffield had been confined for
several mouths with n htiif leneo and
was not ablo to walk. Cummings vis
ited him last November, the day be
fore the election, and rubbed his
leg a few moments, and told
him to have faith. The follow
ing day Sheffield went to the polls
and voted, walking home two or three
miles uithotit tho aid of crutches or
stick. Many other incidents pertaining
to his healing power can be cited. Cum
mings is about sixty years old, stands
six feet and seven inches, and isa farm
er .by occupation.
Produced From Ordlnnrr Heat by Prof.
Qft Grnon, of the Harrodsburg Acadeiny.
IlARnoDSliuno, Ky., March 20. Prof.
II. S. Green, of Harrodsburg academy,
and B. F. Spilman, photographer,
have produced X rays from ordinary
heat radiation. Without any Ruhm
korf coil or Crookcs tubes thoy
have succeeded in producing some
excellent skiagraphs of various
. objects. Tho mysterious rays
I aro found to exist in ordinary heat
radiation, and havo been made to pene
I tratc several thicknesses of opaque sub
' stances. They pass readily through
; metals,-vulcanite, cardboard, etc. Pho
tographs taken by tho agency of tho
' newly discovered rays are on exhibition
'at Mr. Spillman's studio, whore thoy
havo been viewed by many people.
Ucn. Harrison Would Accept tho Nomina
tion If Tendered lllm.
Indianapolis, Ind., March 20. Ono
of Gen. Harrison's most influential
Worshipers among tho Indiana politi
cians was authority Thursday for a
statement of much significance just now
in tho political world. Anent Harri
son's being a receptive candidate, ho
said that alettcrhad been written to tho
general recently by leading republicans
of Indiana asking him if ho would ac
cept in case tho St. Louis convention
nominated him. In reply to this letter
Gen. narrjson is said to havo remarked
that "being drafted and volunteering
aro two different matters." Tho infer
ence is that ho would accopt the nom
ination. Two Men Killed by a Shlf ting Engine.
Pittsburgh, March 20. Ernest E.
Eaton and Charles Warnor, car repair
men in tho Pennsylvania railroad yards
at Wall's station, were killed while at
work. A shifting engine pushed a train
of freight cars against tho car under
which tho men were at work. Eaton
leaves a widow. Warner leaves a wid
ow with nipo children.,.
Cape Town, March 20. Information
has been received here that tho Mata
belcs of tho Inseza and Filahusti dis
tricts havo revolted and murdered
many ol )o white settlers there. Large
numbers of whites ore flocking to Bulu
wayo for protection.
Destructive Plro at Machla, Me.
MAciiiA, Me., March 20. The new
Voso block, containing seven stores and
a largo number of offices, was burned
ea;ly Thursday morning. Loss 8175,
000. Insurance partial, Tho govern
ment block, custom house and post of
fice were slightly damaged by heat.
A Novel Party.
Ci.EVpiAND, Q March 20. Eight
female rplativcs of Bushrod Kelch, the
raurderprj yljo Is to be hanged for, kill
inghls ,wljre, ore going to glvo a leop
year party .April 3 to raise money to
uso in a fight for a new trial for the
Loalsvlllo Tobacco Market,
Loins.YHU.'E,. Ky,,,, March So. The
market is .still in good, shape, with
good., demand, tforj the;, better (,'rades'of
burloy. " Priced unchanged. Offerings
Thursday about 1,000'hhds. '
A cream of tartar Baking Powder. Hlghesl
of all In leavening strength Lattit unilio
States Oovernment Food Report,
llOYAI, DAKINO POWDEIl CO , 100 Wall St..N."
New and Interesting Happenings Within
Tho Adjutant Uencrnl Issues (imicrul Or
ders for Their Inspection.
Coi.umuus, 0., March 20. The ndju-
tant general has issued a general or
der regarding the coming annual in
spections of the state militia, which
will begin soon. The inspection will
be tuado by the adjutant general, the
assistant, adjutant general, or tho offi
cer duly authorized in April. All inspec
tions will be made by company, and in
minory, or quartets, and nt least 12
boms' notice will be given command
tints. To enable the Inspecting officer
to make a proper inspection, command
mils nu-diiccted to have all property
in a convenient and accessible place.
All Inspections will be hold strictly in
m i oidancc vvilh the provisions of drill
lobulations, us exemplified and ex
plained by oiders from the war depart
ment. THE POLICY LAW.
A Nmv llllt to He Introduced lii tho Leg
islature to Koilindy Its Uofpi ts.
('oi.umui).s. O., Match 20. Represen
tative ltass, of Clermont county, re
cched for iutioduction in the Ohio
legislature a bill fiom Cincinnati
parties amending the policy law. The
law In its present si) ape is defective,
inasmuch as it was impossible under
its provisions to convict in tho cases
recently brought before Judge Gregg
in the police court, because it could
nol be proved that the men arrested
wimp agents of the policy or lottery
In ordor to obviate this defect in the
law, tho amendment piovidcs that pol
icy writcts, "rnunors'' or agents in any
capacity shall come within tho puivlow
of the original law.
The Srn.ito Committee llr.irs Protests
Prom Clothing Mniiiifiirturcr on I ho
Coi.umuus, O., March 20. Tho senato
committee on labor heard protests
fiom clothing- manufacturers ftom over
the state against Senator Clatk's sweat
shop bill. Thoro were ptescnt from
Cincinnati E. Troy, II. S. L'echhcimer,
M. 13. Mock, .1. Schcucr and Attornoy
Spiegel. They argued that the law
would be unconstitutional and imprac
ticable. Ij. was finally agreed that
Senator Clark and Attorney Spiegel
should draw up a compromise meas
ure, subjecting clothiug manufacturers
to a fino and imprisonment if caught
sending work to a place after being
notified that its sanitary conditions
Tbe IIIII Passed by tho Ohio IIouso After
Ouco Ilelng Defeated.
Cor.u.unus, O., March 20. The house
reconsidered tho vote by which Repre
sentative Mason's naval militia bill was
lost, and it was passed. It now goes to
tho senate. It has been so amended as
to strike out all provisions fur appropri
ations. It no w simply gives prospective
naval organizations legal recognition
in order that they may come in for a
sharo of the national appropriation.
Lieutenant Atkins, of Cincinnati, is or
ganizing a corps of naval cadets in tho
hope of securing the location by tha
government of a naval reserve station
in tho Queen City.
I'oidlrk's ntsh Hat Mill.
Comjuhus, O., March 20. Fosdick's
high theater hat bill, which was, after
being voted down Tuosday morning,
recousideicd in tho afternoon and
passod, was up in the senato Wednes
day, On motion of Mr. Shattuc tho
bill was rcferrod to the senate commit
tee on jailroads and telegraphs. This
virtually kills tho measure
A tiafo lllown nt l.eetonla. ,
East Livkiu'ooi., 0., March 26. Tho
Graf ton 'Supply Cc't. storu nt Lectonia,
was entered early Thursday morning
by three men, who blew the safe and
carried away 3100, The store toolc fire,
or was sot on flro, and tho department,
responding to tho alarm, discovered tho
store had been robbed. Damago to
goods less than 200.
Attempted to Itob the Stenographer.
Cor.uiinus. 0., Maroh 90. Mrs. Caro
line Uphum, of Cleveland, stenographer
in tho honato, was 4 J tainod at the capl
tol by a late session, and in going to
her heme on East State street, was
grhbbed by au unknown man, who de
manded her money. She screamed and
the fellow rap.
A8UTABUI.A, 0., Maroh 20. Twa
children of H. G. Anderson, aged two
and three years respectively, of Clark's
Cornprs, ate a pieoo of cheese which,
contained rough on. rats. Ono died)
the other niajj.ll.va
Arrival and Departure of Train
?K1An,T-i0O a. m'., lO:io a. m., 2:00 rm :B5
p. m.. 7:00p.m., li:25 p.m. m .
n. & o. s.w
r- ., .v, v. .., o.wu Ji. Ul. l1 i
T. & O. C. Ex.
2. is p. m., 9:00, 4:ou a.m
12:20, 7:83 p m. 7:5a m
C. &. M.
6:25a.m. 2:65 p. tn
ll:in a. m., 7:05 p. m
. R:20 A. Tn.. 9;ifl r. m
10:10 a. m., 6:55 p.m
Spurn 10:2B,2:toa ra.; 7:10p.m
Noiwn 11:15 n.m.: 8:40. 7:2S a. m
I Is it not true
9 Buying goods on credit is
& largely a habit. If people f
4 could not obtain credit f
J thoy would find some way
t of paying Oasli. m
I The best proof, of this is f
I found in the case ot rail-
? road travel, People know
T if they do not pay Cash
f for their tickets they can-
f not travel. Why should
it be more of a hardship
to pay Oash for Clothing
& than to pay cash ior rail- f
J road tickets.
& All that is necessary to bring ?
1 cash buying, is laying low f
U for a week or two in order 9
? to catch up. a
People who buy goods on ?
I credit aro led into pur-
I chasing goods they can &
get along without. In
f this way they keep on
Mortgaging their future.
The money earned to-day
$ goes to pay for the pur-
chase of yesterday, while
the purchase is a charge
4 against the earnings of to-
morrow. We prefer to
i cater for the cash trade we
T can afford to sell goods
8lBt&4fiH(VMtt4 (Ct (
The Colon Conflagration.
Colon, Colombia, March 20. The
latest statement of the damage dono by
tho fire which occurred here on the 23d
inst. shows that SO houses woro de
stroyed. Tho loss is placed at S1.O0O,
000 and the insurance at S'200,000.
Many of the merchants who were,
burned out have begun the erection o
Droppod Dead of Ileart Disease.
Chicago, March 20. M. W. Stokes, a.
prominent real estate dealer in South
llcnd, Ind., who intended to locate
here, dropped dead from heart disease
Wednesday afternoon whilo inspecting
a building lie thought of renting in.
Uyde Park. He was a widower and
leaves no children.
Death of President Ilyppolyte.
I'Aitis, March 20. A dispatch ha
has been received at tho Ilaytien bank
here, baying that Gen. Ilyppolyte, pres
ident of the Ilaytien republic, is dead.
Tho dispatch gives tho cause of his
death as apoplexy. No announcement
lias been received at tho Ilaytien em
bassy. The Allianco Itotwccn England and Italy.
Rome, Maroh 20. In tho sonato 'Wed
nesday Baron Blanc, ex-prime minister
of foreign affairs, affirmed that the al
lianco between Groat Britain and Italy
was an accomplished fact. The alli
anco had been concluded, tho ex-minister
said, under a threat of tho abandon
ment of Kassala by tho Italians.
Got lint Llttlo for Their Trouble.
Canton, O., March 20. Burglars
cracked the safe at the Mineral I'oinfc
meat market of John Bierly fc Co. Tho
monoy had been removed at the closing
hour and. only a revolver was secured.
Tracos of blood woio found about tho,
safe, and one of the burglars was evi
dently injured by tho explosion.
Lacked One Vote of Fassago til the Sonate.
Cor.uMiius, 0 March 20, Pluemer'a
hill making Saturday afternoon a legal
holiday came within one vote of pass
ing tho senate Thursday morning, tho
vote being 18 to 5, thus lacking a con
stitutional majority. The. voto.raaybe
Took lllue Vitriol.
Marion. O., Maroh CO, Mrs. J. But
ler, of this placo, attempted to commit
suicide by taking blue, vitriol. Domes
tip trouble was the cause. She will
Dela.'wahk, p, Mai-ch 8o. While
driving a toad of ,hay under a rallrosd
hrldge Stephen Salerf wus caught and
badly crushed bytka arched! root.
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