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MARIETTA DALLY LEADER.
VOL. II. NO. 139.
MARIETTA, OHIO, THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1896.
PRICE ONE CENT.
Their Funerals Tuesday Attended
by Immense .Crowds.
Many Expressions of Indignation
Against the Authors of the Outrage,.
Tlio Dead Wcro Hurled at tlio Kxpcnso
of tl0 City of ltarcolonn Several u( tho
Injured Have Since Died Over lino
Hundred Arrests Made
Raucki.on'a, .Tuno 10. The funerals
of the victims killed by tho bomb ex
explosion. Sundny nt the church of
Santa Maria took plneo Tuesday and
were attended by nn immense crowd,
the members of which gavo free vent
to expressions of indignation against
tho authors of the outrage and anarcji
ists in general.
Tho dead were buried at the expense
of the city and tho religious ceremo
nies were attended by the municipal
authorities. The day was partially ob
served as one of mourning, .houses and
street lamps being draped and J.he thea
Several of the persons who were in
jured have since died and others are
Altogether , about one hundted ar
rests have been made of men who are
suspected of having been concerned in
the outrage. Searches made of tho
residences of tho prisoners have re
sulted In the" seizuro of papers Showing
their connection with tho anarchists,
and a quantity of arms, gunpowder and
Another dynamite cartridge was ex
ploded Tuesday outside of a dwelling
near San Sebastian, near which city an
attempt was made Sunday to blow up
the house of a priest. Tho explosion
Tuesday did much damage.
UljsseH S. (irant'for VTco 'President.
St. Louis, June 10. Part of the Cali
fornia delegation nrrived here Tuesday
afternoon and inaugurated a boom for
Ulysses S. Grant for vice president. His
.name will be placed in nomination.
l'rof. Marsh Honored.
London, Juno 10. The University of
Cambridge has conferred an honorary
degree upon Francis Andrew Marsh,
professor of English language at La
fayette college, Easton, 1'a.
To bo Made CnrdlnalK
Komi:,' Juno 10. Tho Observatore
Roman states that the papal nuneio3
at Lisbon, Vienna, Paris and Madrid
will be inudo cardinals.
Hon. I). A. McDonaldDcad.
Montiikai,, June 10. Hon. D. A. Mc
Donald,' ex-lieti tenant governor of On
tario, died here 'Wednesday afternoon.
I he duck
Grand June Sale!
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For Lien's Suits made from all-wool L'lack and Blue
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For Men's' Suits, made from 1G oz. Clay Worsteds,
Cheviots, Tweeds and Homespuns; nicely made, new
For Men's Suits made from, Englis.li Clay Worsteds
in Black, Blue and Gray; Blue Serges, Cheviots and
Homespuns in all the new stylish effects.
(H Jill For good, durable Trousers; extra well made in dark
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Dynamite T.etB Ho Nuur Llllcy, Ta., With
Disastrous Ilcsults. ,
Jounbiown, Pa., Juno 10. Ono hun
dred and eighty cans of dynamite ex
ploded about a mllo below Lilley Tues
day afternoon with frightful results.
The dead and injured are:
Mike Scawnoske, dead. t
Antonio Stibio, Grcgorhi3 Sciskie,
Gabriel Augonoski, Frank Smith (col
ored), Peter Jackson (colored), Samuel
Walters, fatally injured; They were'at
work pn the Pennsylvania rallroifd and
wcro getting ready to make a blast
when a premature explosion followed,
blowing up ISO cans of dynamite nnd
burying the seven men beneath a mass
of sand and rock. Tho steam shovel
which stood on tho track was hurled
20 feet away.
Wrecks tho Vlllap;o of Wcyth City, Ala.
I'lftcon People Injured, Six of Whom
Mqntoomehv, Ala., Jync 10. "-The lit
tie town of Wycth City, in Marshall
county, some 30 miles west of Gadsden,
with a population of about three hun
dred souls, was completely wrecked
Tuesday morning by a cyclone. Eigh
teen houses were destroyed. Fifteen
persons wounded, six fatally. Mrs.
Pickets and a man named Uundby were
badly hurt and will die. Mrs. Clnrk,
Mrs. Urown and several children will
probably die. Several persons are
missing and it is probable that they
will bo found dead. Ed. Long and an
unknown woman were killed by light
ning. In Pursuit of Laurada. '
Kingston, Jamaica, June 10. The al
leged filibustering steamer Laurada,
from New York, arrived at Port An
tonio on Saturday last. A Spanish war
ship was in pursuit of her, but of course
did not enter the port in her eil'ort to
capture the Laurada. The warship is
still off the port waiting for the Lau
rada to leave. It is believed that, the
latter landed a large quantity of muni
tions of war in Cuba.
A Itomantlc Wedding;.
LEXlNOTON.Ky., June 10. A romantic
marriage occurred hero Tuesday after
noon, when Miss Jennie Todd, daugh
ter of Live Stock .Auctioneer, Jo Todd,
was married to Edward J. Henderson,
of Vincenncs, Ind. They met Mondaj
for the first time, the engagement be
ing brought about through a' matrimo
Suit for Defamation of Character.
Lexinoton, Ky., Juno 10. The Hock
cr-Crigler damage suit ,for 525,000 foi
defamation of character, which hat
been in the circuit court for the pasl
two years, was called for trial Tues
day. Tho plaintiff is Col. T. Logar
Hocker. of this city, and the defendant
is Col. Robert L. Crigler, of Covington
unco turn ncin oi.Lij.iea.
nicely made, with French Waist
all wool inaterial8,t!ark and light
wool suits; very nobby, well made
Old P, 0. Building
IN ST. LOUIS
Mark Hanna and the McKinley
Boom Arrive. ,
It Is Claimed the Ohio Man Will
Have 0S1 on First Ballot
Tlio Contented Delegations Aro Not Con
sidered On tho Trip Wcstwnrd Colls
Were IHndo for rornlter nt Scvcrnl
Stopping riuccH Tho Fiin llcglns.
St. Louis, Juno 10. -The McKinley
boom has come to town. It arrived
Wednesday morning at 7:30 o'clock,
when tho ISig Four train from Cleve
land bearing Mark Hanna got In. Mr.
Hanna occupied the private ear of Gen
oral Superlntcndant Miller of t'ho Pan
On the car as crucstb of Mr. Hanna,
were Hon. Redfleld Proctor, ,of Ver
mont; Hon. William M. Uahn, Col. My
ron T. Herrick, Gen. Osborne, of Uos
ton; Col. Syl. Everett, of Cleveland;
Col. C. W. Haskell, of Cleveland; John
II. Bothwell, of Sedalia, Mo., ono of the
dclcgates-at-largc, and Oscar Myer, of
Portland, Ore., holding tho proxy of
the national committeeman, Sweeney
of that state. Word had been pabsed
along tho wires that the distinguished
party was aboard the train and nt
many of the stations crowds of en
thusiasts gathered and encored and
called for "Fora'kcr," who, it was im
agined was one of tho party.
Uy common consent the subject oi
politics was tabooed, and the gentle
men of the party devoted themselves
exclusively to' whist and social dis
course. A pamphlet giving a list of
delegat6s to tho national convention
was given out on the train. It showed
the instruction or preference of each,
und tho total McKinley strength was
bhown to bo by states as follows:
"State Instructions. Proterred.
Alabama. lfl u
Arizona 0 ..
Georgia .'... 22
Illinois 31 11
Indiana to '4
Louisiana. 10 4
Maryland 4 10
Michigan ..,.'. 23
Minnesota 11 . 4
Missouri 34 ..
Nevada. ....' , 3
NowJersey ... 2 18
Now Mexico , 5
New York 21
North Carolln i 18 4
North Dakota A 0 .. '
South Carolina 10 8
South Dakota ,,,..8
Tennessee. 22 2
Texas :.. 12 is
Virginia , 10 8
West Virginia...., 8 4
Wyoming ,.,( c
This, it will bo observed, gives Mc
Kinley a total of 0S1 vjtes on the first
ballot, not taking into account the
contesting delegations No support U
Claimed for him in the District of
Columbia, Idaho, Iowa, Maine,
Massachusetts, New Hampshire and
Ilhcde Island. Thero arc 160 con
testants, of whom 53 are for
McKinley, two for liradley, seventeen
for Quay, twenty -one for Morton, sixty
nine for Reed and eighteen for Alli
son. Tho vote for the other candidates
is computed thus; Carr.aron, four;
Reed, fifty-nine; Allison, twenty-one;
Teller, six; Cullom, three; liradley, ten;
Morton, fifty-two; Quay, fifty.
Mark Hanna is already taking a band
in the financial fight and has sef on
foot a strong movement for a comprom
ise. Wednesday afternoon he bent for
a number of tho southern delegates
who aro known to be friendly to Mc
Kinlpy and urged them not to push
their demands for a gold plank. He
fears a big defection in tho west and
tho wholo power of the Ohio organiza
tion will be used from (his time on to
prevent tho absolute overriding of the
tree coinage westernors.
THE WALLING TRIAL.
Southern Hallway Conductor Testifies That
tho Sinn With l'oarl Ilrynn In the Central
Depot Was Not Walling. ,
Newpout, Ky., Juno laCol Washington Is
very 111, and It la doubtful If he will bo able to
again appear on behalf of his client. CoL
Criwford will assist Mr. Shepherd, and there
will bo no delay.
Evidence, was Introduced Wednesday en
deavoring to overthrow Coachman Jaokson's
Conductor Ben MoGraw, of tho Queen L
Cresceut. said that he was in the Grand Cen
tral station on tho Friday afternoon of the
murder. Watchman Kinney, of the station,
pointed out a young man and jounj woman
who wero in tho lower waiting-room. Tho Kill
seemed to bo In distress. MoGraw sworo that
to tho best of his knowledge the'man with tho
girl was not Alonzo Walling.
Mrs. Annie Oyer Hanged,
Lotoon, Juno 10. Mrs. Annlo Dyer,
the Reading baby farmer, who pre
sumably had murdered scores of in
fants intrusted to her caro, was hanged
In Newgate prison at nlno o'clock
The Ciar Subscribes to Several Charities.
St. PETpitSBunq, juno 10, Tho Czar,
In commemoration of his coronation,
has subscribed the aggregate sum of
250,000 roubles: to yarlou charities.
The president Tuesday af ternoon'ap
prqved tho post office appropriation
They Meet In l.milm llle to Consider Means
tn lleltuxc the Depressed Condition of
Louisville, Ky., Juno 10. Tho dis
tillers of Kentucky uro in session at
tho Halt house Wednesday to consider
means to relieve tho depressed condi
tion of tho whisky market by suspend
ing or limiting production for a given
time. There are about forty distillers
in attendance. The committee of
Pennsylvania distillers expected had
not arrived al noon. As soon as the
meeting was called to order a resolu
tion was offered to be signed by the
distillers of tho state providing for a
total suspension from July, 1S00, to
January, 1&9S, provided that tlio agree
ment should bo .signed by S5 per cent,
of the registered capacity of the state.
It was tlio general sentiment that
overproduction was the cause of the
present condition of tho market.
The session will probably last two
days and it will result in the appoint
ment of a committee to visit all the
distillers of the btatc and induce thom
to sign such an acrcoraont as is set
forth in the above resolution: It is
also thought that production will also
ue limited after the time of suspension
expires. A committee war. appointed
to draw up an agreement in conform
ity u ith tne resolution to suspend pro
duction. MAY BOLT.
The Silver Kepulilienns Will Sialic n Hard
I'lKlit In the Convention.
St. Louis, June 10. The names
talked of Wednesday morning for tem
porary chairman of the republican
national convention were C. W.
Fairbanks, of Indiana; ex-Oov. Mcr
riam, of Minnesota; Geo. S. Knight, of
California, and Redfleld Pioctor, of
Vermont. As to tho platform, it is
conceded that thero will be a fic-ht.
Tho probable programme of the sil
ver men is tins: 'lhreo members of the
platform committee will offer nn nn-
limited silver-coinage plank, and if re
jected by that committee, when the
committee makes its report to tho con
vention senator Teller will be the one
that will probably offer a nlank in tho
open convention, a substitute for
tne piank reported by the com
mittee in the shape of one favoring tho
unlimited coinage of silver. The sil
vcrites will then insist on discussing
the substitute resolution on the Jloor of
the convention. They will insist on
a roll call on the substitute, and if de
feated, they will then walk out of the
convention. Mark Hanna nrrived nn
his special train at 8 o'clock Wednes
bpeaUcr llecd Will Not Accept a Vice
Washington-, June 10. Tho congres
sional delegation will go to St. Louis
can-ying additional assurances that
Speaker Thomas H. Reed will not ac
cept a vice-presidential nomination
The speaker again Wednesday morn
ing told his inthnato friends that he
would not accept the nomination and
desires that no attempt be made to
torco it upon him.
Thsro was a gonoral exodus of con
gressmen Wednesday evening. A large
percentago of the republicans are anx.
ious to attend the republican conven.
tion at St. Louis. Many of them are
delegates, while others wish to attend
Have Grtcn Up Hope.,
Baltimouk, June 10. The families of
the crew of the tug Mascot, which loft
here November 27, with arms and
ammunition for tho Cuban insurgents,
have gh-en up hope of over seeing the
men again. The Mascot was a largo
and staunch sea-going tug, destined, it
was stated, for duty along the const of
Cuba, In tho landing of supplies from
vessels and other work. She passed
out from Cape Henry November 29.
Within a few days one of the most ter
rific gales that has occurred in recent
years, swept tho ocean, and tho tug is
supposed to have foundered. Not a
word has been heard of the crew from
the day she steamed out of the capes.
I'ctltlnu for Cnpt. Wlhorg's Pnrdon.
Washington, Juno 10. The petition
for tho pardon of Capt J. II. S. Wiborg,
master of tho steamer Horsa, recently
convicted for his connection with a fili
bustering expedition to Cuba, was pre
sented to tho president Wednesday.
Tho petition was indorsed by nearly all
tho members of tho senate and house
irrespective of party, and by newspaper
men and bhip owners along the Atlan
tic coast. Tho latter speak very highly
of Capt. Wiborg's character.
Negroes Can Stop at the southern.
St, Louis, Juno 10. At tho meeting
of tho national committeemen Wednes
day forenoon, Chairman Carter an
nounced that he was authorised by tho
manager of the Southern hotel to sny
that he would carry out his contract by
receiving and entertaining each and
every delegate who had reserved ae
cqmmodatlons in tho house, no matter
whatsis color. This was received
with applause. No other reference to
tho trouble was made.
InternallxposTtlon nt Oiunhu.
Washington, Juno 10. The house
passed tho senate bill appropriating
200,000 to aid and entourage the trans
Mississslppl and internal exposition to
bo held at Omaha, Ne.b.t In IbOS.
The President Approves Several Hills.
Washington, Juno 10. Tho presi
dent has approved tho act amending
the oct providing for the protection of
the Alaska salmon fisheries and a num
ber of pension hills.
Minister Terrell Leaves for Turkey.
NiwToliK, June 10. Hon. Aleian
doV.TerroUt minister o Turkey, sailed
Wednesday, on he steanfer St. Paul for
Southampton on his way to Constanti
n-ioduiui turiar uniting ronaer. iiiuneai
or all in leavening strength. Latttt United
states Qoteriment food Itcport.
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nurAU 15AK1NO roWDEIl CO., 100 Wall St.,N.
Kcw unci Interesting Ilnppcnlnps Within
Aichlent.il! shot Iliintieir.
liosioN, June 10. Jerome II. Glass
of Toledo, O.. a freshman in the Law
rence Scientific school, Harvard uni
vorsity. accidentally shot himself Tues
day afternoon. He was in his room
with some companions examining a re
volver, when it was accidentally dis
charged, the ball entering his lung
making a very serious, though probablj
not fatal wound. He was taken to the
Cambridge hospital for treatment.
Take tho Convention Klsewhcre.
Coi.umiius, O., June 10. Considerable
comment was created here Tuesday
among state officials over the report
that the hotel people and citizens of St
Louis were discriminating against the
colored delegates to tho national con
vention. It is the opinion of some thai
the party leaders would be justified in
canceling the contract with that citj
and holding the convention in sonic
The Charges to ho Inei.tl(rntcd.
Coi.oinus, 0.. Juno 10. Auditor oi
State Guilbert Wednesday appointed J.
V. Urown, of this city, to investigate
charges of irregularities made against
the officers Nof Adams county. It is
charged that funds have been improp
erly used. The petition asking lor the
investigation is signed by taxpayers
and the county coinniissioners.
Cincinnati, Juno 10. Tho celebra
tion of the golden jubilee of Arch
bishop Elder took place Wednesday.
Distinguished church dignitaries from
all parts of tho country wcio hero nnd
took part in the ceremonies. 1 he arch
bishop is 77 years old, and he was or
dained a priest 50 years ago
The haw Ilurnt.
Amanda, O., June 10. While sawing
wood Tuesday afternoon the saw burst
and a piece struck Henry I!. Althascr,
jr., in the right side, cutting a gash
four inches long, breaking one rib antl
cutting through into the cavity of the
lung. Physicians have little hope o)
Gov. liUHlincll Honors tho Itefulsltlon.
Coi.umiius, O., June 10. Gov. Hush
noil Wednesday honored a requisition
for William Parker, who is under ar
rest in Toledo, and is wanted in Law
rence county, Michigan, for resisting
an officer. It is a crime punishable by
two years in the state prison in that
New Ohio I'odtmuftterA. "
Washington, June 10. The follow
ing fourth-class postmasters in Ohic
were appointed Tuesday: Alfred, Meigs
county, E. A. Martin; Edinburg, Port
oge county, M. A. Ilogcrs; Hartshorn,
Monroe county, S. M. Hartshorn; Me
chanlcstown, Carroll county, T. J.
Lutheran Joint Synod.
Massillon, 0., June 10 The con
vention of the Lutheran Joint Synod
of Ohio and adjacent states opened
hero Wednesday, and will continue foi
a week. Prof. Schutte is the president
and thq proceedings uro being con
ducted ih German.
McKinley and Keed Nominated.
OiiEnLiN, O., Juno 10. McKinley was
nominated for president and Heed fot
vice president at a mock republican
convention hold heic. Great excite
ment prevailed throughout. Quay's
namo was hlssed-when presented to the
Cliutlictrivitli TnMnp; Illegal Tees,.
ItlU.l.KroNi'AlNi:, O,, June 10. All the
populists of the county have gone to
gether and raised money to push the
prosecution of several county offi
cials'who have been charged with tak
ing illegal fees to tho amount of over
Three Gold liil.
GAu.iroi.is, O., June 10. The demo
cratic primaries wero largely attended.
Tho free silver element elected all the
delegates, except tlyee. Tho returns
from townships indicate the-election ol
silver delegations at all points.
Half nnd lliilf.
BucvliUS, O,, Juno 10. The derab
cratb of Crawford county have elected
40 delegates to tho congressional and
two judicial conventions. Of this num
ber half aro for frco silver and hall
A Galllpolln Offlcer MlMlng.
Gam.ii'oms, O., Juno 10. Joel Knuc
kles, a sanitary policemau of this city,
has mysjtorlpusly disappeared. He left
ostensibly for Tarkersburg, to go be.
foro a pension board, I1q is badly In
In'stixutiy Hilled by n Train.
SanduskTj 0., Juno 10. James .J,
ninde, a jfarmer, aged 60, was instan'tlj
killed Tuesday afternoon by a Lalce
Shoro train. -
Arrival and Departure of Trains.
11. & o. s.w.
Depaht 8:co 1.. m., louo a.m., 2:oo rm 4:t&
p. m.. 7:00 p.m., 11:25 p.m.
AnntvE 8:05 a. m., 8:10 a. m 12:25, p. m., lilt
p. m., 0:40, p. m., 8:55 p. m.
T. & O. C. Ex.
" 2.10 p. m.. 0:00, 4:C0 a.m
4:4 12:15 p m. 7:30 a. m.
0. &. K.
6:25a.m. 2:65 p. m
11:15 a. m., 7:05 p. m
A. li O.
0:20 a. m., 2:40 p. m
10:40 a. tn., 5:55 p.m
O. R. R. R. (Eastern Time.)
South !):00a. m.; 8:07, 7:35 p.m
7:32 a.m; 12:32, 4:17p.m.
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the following warrantee.
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I $4.00 or $5.00 and wear I
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a for every suspender button a
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a you ten cents. If they rip a
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9 pay you 50 cents. If they
rip at the seat or else-
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Ameriean LoeoVnotlvo IMnnt in Russia.
Piin.Al)Ki.rniA. June 10, Tho form
ation of a company for the establish
ment of a locomotive plant in Russia,
by American capitalists was announced
Wednesday. The company is to
have a capital stock, of $500,000, and a
capacity of 200 engines a year. Tho
firm of Edmnnd D. Smith & Co., of
Philadelphia, and Walter P. Dixon,
formerly connected with tho Rogers
Locomotive Works, nro tho primo mov
ers in the enterpris ajr.;g3 VS.
Unttlcship Massachusetts Commander.
New Yor.K, June 10. A Sun special
from Washington says: At noon on
Friday Capt. Frederick Rogers, recent
ly of the New York navy yards, will
run up the national colors to the mast
head of the battleship Massachusetts
and read his orders from the secretary
of the navy, assigning him to lie? com
mand. Jockey Vnllo Killed. '
Kansas Cm-, June 10. The first ac
cident of the summer race meeting hap
pened Tuesday afternoon when Uennio
Vaile, who was riding Al Watts was
thrown and killed. Al Watts was
squeezed in between Mrs. S. and Lulu
Fry, but the opening was too narrow,
and he crossed his legs, turning a com
plete somersault, breaking his neck.
Vaile was thrown and tho other ani
mals fell over him, trampled him to
Tho Victims Number Two Hundred
Loxdox, Juno 10. Tho Daily News
Wednesday publishes a dispatch from
Athens saying that instead of only a
few French, llritish and German cngi
aeers being mnbsacred by Kurds on'the
line of the railway from Smyrna to
luibsaba, as reported on Sundny last,
the number of victims is estimated at
200, The consuls at Smyrna have gone
to tho sccno to investigate the affair.
Death of Gen. llimlwooil Whltcljr.
IIai.timouh, Juno 10. Gen. Robert
Henry Kindwood Wlittely, U. S. A., re
tired, died at his home in this city
Tuesday, aged 67 years. Tien. Whitcly
suw active servico In tho Seminole,
Mexican and civil wars. lie was born
in Cambridge, Md., and was graduated
from West Point In tho classof '30. Ue
was retired In lS7Ji with the ranlr of
The Cuban Harvests.
Madrid, Juuo 10. A dispatch to the
Tmparcial from Havana says that tho
Cuban harvest this year will be onlj
one-eighth that of 1808. Tho authors
tlesaTe concerned regarding the con
dition of the laborers In the island and
are trying to prevent them from joining
insurgents. Four m0nths,,pay is owing
the rmy. -Jho 'dispatch adds pjat
the'' "bVces of MaCo6 are Overrunning
the province of Piitfr Del Rio,
. -J rii