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MARIETTA DAILY LEADER,
VOL. II. NO.
MARIETTA, OHIO, TUESDAY, MARCH 31, 1896.
PRICE ONE CENT.
Four Dead and Two Hurt in an
Early Morning Fire.
Tho Tenants Unable to Make Their
Escape by Way of the Stairs. '
A Fireman Knocked From tho Ladder by
a Burst of Flames A Woman Leap
From tlio Window and In Killed
Others Suffocated by Smoke.
New Yortic, March 30. Pour persons
were killed and two injured early Sun
day morning in a flro at No. 374 Hud
son street. Tho building is a throo
story brick house used for dwelling
and otoro purposes, Tho upper two
floors sholtercd four families. Tho
denso smoke deterred some of tho
tonants from descending tho stairways.
Miss Margaret Ryan, 00 years old, with
a companion, Miss Kato Higgins, ran to a
window. A fireman in ascending a
ladder to rescuo tho women was
knocked off by a burst of flame shoot
ing from a second Btory window and
was badly injured. The women then
became hysterical, Miss Ryan leaping
from tho window. She fell on tho sidc,
walk, breaking her back and died on
tho way to a hospital in an ambulance.
Her companion fell out of tho
window and broke her leg.
Tho fireman could not rescuo
everyone in the building owing to tho
immenwi quantities of smoke. After
tho firo had been extingulshpd three
bodies wero found of peoplo who had
,bcen suffocated. They wero Miss Mary
iMcMahon, 22 years old; Thos. Mallory,
23 years ld, a fireman on tho steamer
St. Louis, and Archibald Grogan, 35
.years old. Their bodies wero not
burned. The damage amounted to
.10,000, tho building being almost en
Anti-American KccIIiib In Spain.
New York, March 30. A special
cablo dispatch to tho Herald from Mad
rid says: Minister Taylor is rather wor
rled over the action taken by the United
States congress ia regard to Cuba.
There is a noteworthy revival of the
anti-American spirit in Spain. Tho de
cision of tho government not to send a
Spanish squadron to Cuba has been tin
subject of much adverso criticism in
official and other circles. No ono ap
pears to put any faith in the minis
terial explanation that the decision hat
been arrived at in tljo interests oi
economy, and those best informed state
openly that tho reol explanation is tc
bo looked for elsewhere. "'
The Latest Spring Styles, in
Men's and Boys' Clothing,
And at Prices far below anything ever
offered before in this city.
An All-Wool Oasaifnere Suit in
Steel Gray, Light Gray and Fancy
' Mixtures, sewed throughout with
Bilk and trimmed in best possible
manner. Well worth $10.00.
Our Easter Price
In All wool Black and Blue Ohev
iots and Oassimeres. In plain
colors and Btylish, Fancy Patterns;
sizes from 12 to 19 years.
Our Easter Price
LATEST STYLES IVItIN S
'IV M " k. I 1.
Men's Pants in Gray and Black
Men's Pants in the new Spring
CaBsimeres and Scotches, regularly
An elegant assortment of Men's
Pants, faultless in fit and tailor-made, regularly sold for $5.50.
t Our Easter Price $4.00
We have just received a fresh new line of Easter Neckwear. All
the leading shapes Four in Hands, Tecks, Club Bouse Ties and
Bows in the new fapnng JratterrtB catchy styles.
Tho latest and nobbiest styles in Stiff and Alpine Hats. Wo handle
the Knox, Dunlap and Miller styles. ,
No trouble to ihow goods. Give us a trial.
Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers,.
Cor. Front and Butler sts., Old P. 0. Building,
FOR FflEE SILVER.
Fonr Democratic Conventions Held In Mis
souri Fnvor It.
St. Louis, March . 80. Demoeratle
conventions wero hold Saturday in flvo
counties of Missouri and oach of. thorn
passed free silver resolutions. In Mad
ison county tho following resolutions
wero offered in Jest, but was taken
seriously and passed without dissent:
"Resolved, that wo congratulate our
worthy chief executive, Hon. Qrover
Cleveland, upon, his nowly acquired
reputation as a successful duck hunter
and that wo greatly regret ho has not
given moro timo to waging an nnspar
ting war upon tho flocks of threatening
iand dangerous mallard, sprig tails and
canvass backs and less time to cooper
ting with foreign monoy4ondors for In
creasing tho bonded indebtedness of an
already overburdened peoplo by addi
tional Issues of Interest-bearing bonds,
payablo only in gold."
LIVES CRUSHED OUT.
A lingo Bock Rolls From tho Mountain
Side and Crashes Through a Dwelling.
Hintoij, W. Vo., March 30. Jim and
Prank Tilman and Luck Law wero In
stantly killed by a rock crashing
through tho houso whoro they wero
stopping at' Echo, a station 40 miles
west of hero Sunday morning. Two
other members of tho family wero seri
ously injured. The houso was situated
at tho foot of tho mountain on tho
banks of the New river. An enormous
ledge of rocks broke looso on tho
mountain side, passing over coko ovens,
tearing up tho track of tho C. & O.
railroad (and breaking through tho
house. Henry Law, one of tho occu
pants who escaped, had tho presence of
mind to rush out and flag an cast-bound
express train which was just duo and
would otherwise have been wrecked on
Racing nt Montgomery, Ala.
Montgomery, Ala., March 30. A
number of tho best known and wealth
iest horsemen in the country have
leased tho fair grounds and raeo tracli
in this city for a term of years.. They
will prepare tho grounds for a mooting
this fall. Tho purses will bo of suffi
cient amounts to insure good racing.
This will place Montgomery in the
regular circuit, and make it a winter
ing place for horses and horsemen.
Fatally Wounded by His Wife.
Sax Fbancisco, March 30. John
Martin, a local republican politician,
was shot and fatally wounded Monday
morning by his wife in tho corrider of
tho city hall. The cause of tho shoot
ing was revengo for desertion and
This selection includes all the
exquisite new patterns in Velvour
Uassimeres, .tubbed Worsteds,
Black, Blue and Fancy Tweeds in
Sack or Frock; lined with best
double warp Serge and Italian
Uloth. Jiqual to anything hereto,
fore seen in the city for $15 00.
Our Easter Price
Boys Fine Suits
Made of Fancy Ohoviots, Gala
shields and hard Twisted, service
able Tweed Cloths.
In Combination Suits:
Coat, two pairs of pants (double
knee and seat) and cap to match.
Our Easter Price
r-ifc A &. 1 mmmm .
KAIM I FOR SPRING.
Cheviot, well-made, a real $2.00
Our Easter Price 8B1.35
Patterns, stripes aDd checks in
sold for $3.75. ,
Our Easter Price S2.75
Dress Oassimero and Worsted
at&L J m
flic Business to Do Transacted tiy tho Law
makers This Woo It.
UsiltNOTOjr, March SO. It Is' ex
pected that consideration of tho sundry
civil appropriation bill will bo tho first
business of the houso this week. Tho
radical changes made by tho bill will
doubtless causo much discussion and
several days may bo spent over it. Tho
reduction of tho appropriation for con
tinuing contract river and harbor work
and public buildings in course of con-'
struction onto a basis of eight
months' operations, i on tho theory
that tho remaindor of tho year
can bo provided for'at tho 'next session
of congress, will bo attacked by tho
democratic members of tho committee
on appropriations. Other provisions
not so radical, will also be the subject
of criticism, but no Bcrious addition to
tho total carried in tho bill is antici
pated. When tho sundry civil bill has
been gotten out of tho way, Sir. Ilitt
will call tip the conferonco report on
tho Cuban question ,which recommends
that tho houso agreo to tho sonatc reso
lutions. Tho coming week In the senate will
bo devoted to tho consideration of ap
propriation bills and routlno business.
Tho bill to japprovo tho compromise
between tho United States and tho
stato of Arkansas, which has been tho
unfinished business for two weeks, but
which has not been passed, will be con
sidered Monday. Thoro appears to bo
little hopo of Its passage, and thoro
likowiso appears to bo a disposi
tion to dovote Monday only to its con
sideration. Tho post office bill will bo
laid before tho full committeo Monday
and an effort made to report to tho sen
ate during tho day. If this is done It
will bo called up in the senate Tues
day. Tho Indian and naval bills aro
beforo tho committee on appropria
tions and it is believed that tho Indian
bill will bo reported before tho week Is
out, although the houso action relative
to the appropriation for Indian schools
is likely to causo somo dobato in
committee. After tho post office
bill is disposed of tho sonatc wil prob
ably'renow tho discussion on Mr. Can
non's resolution directing tho secretary
of tho Interior to obey the law opening
tho Uncompaghro reservation to settle
ment. This, several days ago, was
made the unfinished business after tho
Arkansas matter should bo disposed of.
Tho bill to protect fur seals from ex
termination is demanding attention,
and an,effort will bo made to get it up.
Tho rcmaipder of the week will bo
probably devoted to consideration of
bills on tho calendar.
''The Contest In tho Sixth CongresBlonnl
District of Indiana.
Indianapolis, Ind., March 30. The
most notablo .campaign for a nomina
tion for office that has over taken
place in Indiana is drawing to a close
in tho Sixth congressional district. It
looks now as if tho contest would coma
to an end without a personal encounter
between II. U. Johnson and James E.
Watson, the principals, though tho
friends of each did not sco a week ago
how trouble could bo averted. Tho
contest will bo decided Wednesday by
the primary elections in Henry county,
which has been tho battle ground for
the last weelc. All tho other counties
in tho district havo held primaries, and
tho two candidates havo come to Henry
with about equal strength.
During tho past week Johnson has
made 14 speeches in tho county and
Watson has made 12. The republican
voters in tho county havo become so ex
cited over the contest that neighbors
havo quarreled until they no longer
speak. Family relations have oven be
come strained on account of tho bitter
ness engendered by tho contest. Sat
urday night? tho friends of the two can
didates gathered in Newcastle in largo
numbers and fights wero numerous.
Both candidates will return to their
scats in congress immediately after the
Henry county primaries.
St. I.o-jIj Hanks to Consolidate.
St. Louis, March SO.-r-Two of the
leading banks of this city, tho Commer
cial and the St. Louis National, which
havo since January been negotiating a
consolidation, havo agreed upon terms
and tho union will soon bo announced.
Tho Goulds own largo blocks of stock
in each bank, and their interests havo
pushed tho project to conclusion
through ttio mediation of tho Mercan
tile Trust Co. of New York.
Flood nt Niagara Falls.
Niaqaka Falls, N. Y., March 80.
The Niagara river has burst its banks
on tho Canadian side, and half the
town is under water. Tho Grand
Trunk railroad station is surrounded
by a lake. Hackmon aro charging fear
ful and wonderful prices.
English Dattleshlp Launched.
LiVEiiroor., March SO. The new
British battleship, Mars, was launched
from Laird's yards at Ilirkcnhead Mon
day. The Mars is a first-class armored
battleship of 14,000 tons and 12,000
horse power, and will carry 10 guns.
Rough on Senator Sherman,
Madhid, March 30. A violent attack
upon Senator Sherman is published in
tho Imperial, which calls him a formor
slavetrader and asserts that ho wants
tho Cuban robelllon to succeed In order
to re-establish slavery in Cuba.
Earthquake In South America.
New Yore, March 30. A cablo dis
patch to the Herald from Lima, Peru,
says: There was a strong earthquako
Saturday morning. News Is looked for
momentarily as to what disturbances
hayo occurrod in Chllo.
Died In Ills Chair.
FLEWiNasuimo, Ky,, March 30.
Benny Mills, born In 1709, died hero
Sunday morning while sitting In a
chair. He was the oldest citizen of the
county and was quite active up to thtf
Umo of his death.
An Aged Couple Cruelly Mur
dered in Their Bed Chamber.
Two Daughters and Hired Man Likely
to Die of Their Wounds.
Tho Mnrdorcd Couplo Wore Members of
tho Wealthiest Families In Northeast
ern Ohio Itobbcry Not tho Object
Suspicion Itest on a Neighbor.
Cleveland, O., March 30. At one
o'clock Sunday morning the most fiend
Jsh deed that has overclaimed entrance
to the criminal history of Ohio, was
perpetrated near Tallmadgo, a village
five miles north of Akron.
Alvin Stone, aged 09, and his wlfo,
aged 02, while asleep at their home
Were brutally murdered by a fiend, who
literally beat their heads to pieces,
after which numerous knife thrusts
wero mado into tho bodies of tho dead.
Two daughters, Hattio, aged 29, Emma,
aged 27, and tho family servant, A. F.
Stillson, were also attacked. All three
of these are fatally injured and nro un
conscious and bleeding at tho homo
awaiting death. They had been beaten
about tho head with a blunt instrument
which of itself mu3t havo been large
and of great weight.
Alvin Stone and his wife wore mem
bers of the wealthiest and most promi
nent families in Northeastern Ohio.
Tho object of tho murderous assault
was not robbery as numerous articles
of value, including tho two gold watches
of tho aged couple, which were on the
(bedroom dresser, were not taken. The
(crimo is shrouded in mystery and tho
whole county is agitated. The only
suspicion as yet rests on one John
1 Smith, who is employed at Woodward
Parker's blacksmith shop, one-eighth of
1 a mile from tho Stone homestead on
tho Kent road. Smitli was discharged
i by Alvin Stono two weeks ago. Tho
former was a chores man about tho
place. Tho two men had words and
Smith departed in great anger. Ho ia
now under police survoilaucc.
Ono member of the family alone es
caped injury, a daughter, aged 10. Sho
is laboring under intenso excitement,
but was able, between tears and hys
terical sobs, to tell what she knew of
tho affair. Tho old folks, sho said, oc
cupied a chamber on the lower floor.
' Hattic and Flora slept upstairs, Emma
across the hal' and tho hired man at
I tho rear end oi tho hallway on tho
J same floor. At about 1 o'clock Sunday
I morning, Flora heard an agonizing
scream from Emma. Sho jumped from
bqd,and, opening ,tho door started to
, cross tho hall. Hattie followed her. Flora
turning beforo sho entered Emma's
' room, tho door of which was open, saw
a masked man strike Hattio over tho
1 head with what looked like a crowbar.
Hattio, with a groan, fell senseless to
tho floor, while Flora In terror ran
back to her room and hid under tho
bed clothes. Hattio, who is a woman
of remarkable vitality, de'spito her
frightful injury, aroso and going into
Flora's room asked her to throw
something over her head. Flora was
too frightened to move. Hattio left
her room and entering that of her
sister, noticed tho window was
J open and that a ladder reached up to it
I from tho ground. Sho wrapped a quilt
around her and went down tho ladder
running to Charles Sackett's farm, a
' quarter of a mile away, whero sho told
I her story and collapsed. Two of tho
oaciccii's nurncu to ino atono nouse,
while another summoned a physician.
When thoy arrived the houso was pitch
dark. Tho sldo door was open. Enter
ing tho room occupied by tho old folks
they wero confronted by the two
horribly mutilated bodies of tho
t father and mother. Emma was
found unconscious on tho floor
of her bed room. Sho had been struck
a,fearful blow over tho forehead and
still lies as one dead. Tho hired man
was found In his room in tho same con
dition, no had also beon struck over
tho forehead. Flora was found under
under the bed clothes in speechless
fright. In a fow minutes the whole
neighborhood for miles around was
aroused and hundreds assembled about
tho Stono homestead. The sceno was
terribly impressive. Tho rago of thoso
who for so many years had lived with
and loved the amiable, honest
Stono family know no bounds.
The Akron police department
was notified and Detective Dunn,
Marshal Mason, Sheriff Griffin and
First Deputy Hart hurried to tho
scene. Thoy arrived at 9 o'clock. They
found what appoarcd to bo tracks of a
man leaving tho side door, which was
open, and ending at tho road. Tho
rain, which had steadily poured all
night, had, however, obliterated tho
tracks along the road. Bloodhounds
wero put Into service but thoy could
do nothing, owing to tho rain.
Tho Impression seems that Smith is
not the right man and committees
are organizing to scour tho country in
every direction. From all tho indica
tions of thoso who aro starting' to hunt
down tho murderer it is idle to attempt
a forecast of what will happen if ho is
caught. Thoro is but one fato in Btoro
for him if ho foil into tho hands of tho
citizens who aro looking for him, aided
by the bloodhounds.
Sunday ovenlng a strong clow looks
toward Ravenna, whoro a strange
horse and buggy was left by an un
known man, who acted very suspic
iously. Kent, O., March 30, Ira Stillson,
Stone's hired man, became conscious
Monday and was told of the crime. He
says ho remembers nothing about it,
save as a horrible dreamy Two of
Stouo's daughters camo to Kent Mon
day .morning and selected caskets for
their parents; wh'osq funerals will be
held WodniLsdav at ten a, m.
A cream of tartar Halting Powder. Highest
of all in leavening strength. Latest' United
btatet Government Food Report.
Royal Baking Powdek oo., 106 Wall St.,N."i
Shcrl'ff Griffin, of Akron, was hero
Monday, and says tho murderer un
doubtedly eamo to Kent, as a horso was
found hero Sunday morning, covered
with mud except whero a man had sat
upon It. Mr. Stono once had trouble
with a man. and quiet search is being
made to learn that man's whereabouts
on the night of tho murder.
CRAZED BY JEALOUSY.
A Colunihiis Man Fires Three Shots nt Ills
Wife nml Unlmly Cuts Ills Throat.
Communis, O., March 30i Fred Gor
rll, aged 22, attempted to kill his wife
Sunday afternoon, and supposing he
had been surrounded, killed himself.
Ho camo from Mt. Vernon last fall and
married tho daughter of his employer,
Sylvester Eggleston, a contracting
painter. lie was insanely jealous
of her and because of quarrels
resulting from tld sho left
him bomo days ngo. Uorrell went to
the house of his father-in-law, whero
his wife was staying Saturday, and
asked her if she would go back and live
with him. Sho refused, and ho drow a
revolver and shot her twice. Ono bul
let entered her hip and tho other
pierced her left breast just bo
low the shoulder. Gorrell then
snapped the revolver at his own head
repeatedly, but it would not go off. Ho
then went to the kitchen and seizing a
butcher knifo tried to cut his throat,
but It was too dull. He then ran to
his father-in-law's room and securing
his razor, cut his throat. Ho mado
such a desperate stroke at his throat
that the head was almost severed from
the body and ho fell dead.
Mrs. Gorrell, notwithstanding the
two wounds sho received, seems to suf
fer littlo pain and will probably re
cover. REMOVED THE' NEEDLE.
It Ilml Traveled Through a Alan's llody
for ninny Years.
Columdus, O., March 30. A simplo
operation performed in the hospital of
tlio stato prison Sunday afternoon ends
a most interesting surgical and patho
logical history. Prison hospital sur
geon Tliarp removed from tho body of
James Morris, a federal prisoner serv
ing a term for counterfeiting, a
needle which was swallowed by
tho patient when he was a
boy 11 years old. As he is now 53 years
of ago tlio needle has been in the body
42 years. In that timo it lias traveled
undoubtedly through nearly every part
of tho body below the waist. Ho has
mado several ' applications to have
tho needle removed sinco he has been
In the prison, but It could not be
located, with sufficient accuracy. Not
long ago it was in his right kneo and
ho claimed he could feci tho point of it.
Ho suffered great pain from it all the
OLIVER PIKE'S DEATH
Dellarcd to Ito tho Fifth or a Series of
Mnrdcrs Committed to Get Possession of
Columbus, O., March 30. A well
dressed man, presumably a detective,
arrived in Columbus Monday morning
to get information In connection with
tho finding of tho body of Oliver Piko
In Chicago. It is thought Piko for
merly lived here. The gentle
man stated that tho mother of
Pike, who livod at Fayette, O., was
telegraphed and will go to Chicago at
oneo to identify tho body. If tho body
proves to bo that of Oliver Pike. It is
claimed that sensational developments
will follow, as it is beUeved to be tho
fifth of a scries of murders that havo
been committed in order to get posses
sion of a largo fortune, and if tho
identification is positive important ar
rests will quickly follow.
Columdus, O., March 30. Tho teach
ers of this city aro very much opposed
to tho bill by Senator Pluemer, of Cin
cinnati, to pension common school
teachers throughout tho stato after a
certain period of service. They want
to bo independent of public charity,
which, it is belioved, the Pluemer bill
would confer upon them. Inspired by
this sentiment they will meet next
week to form a mutual benefit associa
tion, wholly independent of the schools.
MuiUllo Between Pastor and Congregation.
CiiAonm Falls, O., March 30. Ow
ing to his liberal views and disagree
ment over tho salary question tho DIs
ciplo congregation ousted tho pastor,
Rev. James Watson, and a bitter war
resulted. Watson's friends, will give
him a complimentary benefit of tho re
ceipts at his lecture, "Society Unmask
ed," and .tho congregation is trying
to keep tho lecturer out of tho opora
Salem, Mass., March 80. Tho Sixth
district republican convention held
Monday, selected two Reed delegates to
tho national oonvontloa.
Arriva! and Departure of Trains.
Depart 0:00 a. m., 10:40 a. m., 2:00 rm l:ll
p. m 7:00 p. to., 11:25 p. m.
AnnrvE s.-05a. m., 8:10 a.m., 12:25, p. m.,4:SJ
p. m., 6:40, p. m., 8:55 p. m.
T. &o7c. Ex.
l.kave , 2.15 p. m., 9:00, 4:00 a.m
Aiuuvk 12:20,7:3s p.m. 7:45 a m
C. &. M.
Leave 6:25 a.m. 2:55 p. m
Aiuuve 11:15 a.m., 7:05 p. ta
Leave 0:20 a.m., 2:40 p.
ariuve lonoa.m., 6:56 p. m
O. It. R. R. (Eastern Time.)
South 10:25, 2:to a.m.; 7:S6p.m
Noirnt 11:15 p.m.; 3:40, 7:28 a.m
J We are right
good people for
j you to know
when you want
I to buy a new
I suit for younboy.
I We keep the
kind that looks
I well and wears
well, and at the
I prices that will
I meet your ap!
I proval ; not only
f all this but will I
I take your
I Periodical Tickets
I Just the same.
94)3 ) 9i99SMBtSH4t
A Cleveland Man Commits Sulcldo In De
troitLost Ills Money In Speculation.
Detroit, Mich., March 30. W. E.
Streibinger.of Cleveland, O. , committed
sulcldo at tho Randolph hotel hero
some timo Sunday by taking poison.
, Streibinger was last seen alive about
tho hotel Saturday night. His non
appearance for breakfast and dinner
aroused tho suspicions of the clerk, and
falling to receive a response to repeated
knockings on tho door of the room
occupied by Streibinger, it was forced
open and his' dead body was found ly
ing on tho bed. He had evidently been
dead for somo hours. A businoss card
was found which gave his address as 2S
Euclid avenue, Cleveland. Strclblngei
also left a note which said that ho had
lost all his money in speculation. H
was about thirty-four years old and
was well dressed.
Itnolirweln's New Job.
Columbus, O., March 30. Represent
ative Ruehrwoin will assume tho du
ties of tho office of stato labor commis
sioner -Tuesday. Oeorgo D. Gessamen,
of Youngstown, who was chief olerk in
tho office under Fassctt, isboing pushed
for chief clerk under Mr. Ruehrwoin. J.
L. Lewis, of Perry county, Is also a
candldato for tho place. -s
Lost and Insane.
Columdus, 0., March SO. Jacob
Michaels, living on a farm flvo milca
northeast of this city, notified tho po
lico Sunday that an insano woman, giv
ing her namo as Brooks, camo to his
houso Saturday evening. His family is
taking care of her, but anxious to know
who sho is. Sho does not belong at the
Central insano asylum.
Charged With Embezzlement.
Voosteb, O., March 30. 0. J. Sea
right, administrator of tho estate of
Lucinda McCulloch, Is under arrest for
alleged embezzlement of 31,500 belong
ing to tho estate. Mr. Searight Is Br
highly respected citizen of Fredericks
burg, was elected mayor and is a
Daniel llook waiter Dead.
Miamibduro, O., March 80. Mr. Dan
iel Rookwalter, sr., ono of Mlamfs
burg's most prominent citizens, and it
manufacturer of wide reputation, died
suddenly from the effects of a fall re
ceived two weeks ago, in which ho had.
two ribs broken.
nurt In a ltonanay.
Spengeuville, O., March SO. Mrs.
Christina Mack was seriously injured In
a runaway accident. As sho attempeil
to alight from a buggy tho horso be
camo frightened and rah away, dxAg
ging Mrs. Mack several hundred feet.
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