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MARIETTA DAILY LEADER,
VOL. II. NO.. 150.
MARIETTA, OHIO. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24, 1896.
PRICE ONE CENT.
With the General Aspect of Mili
tary Affairs in Cuba.
Gen. Weyler's Plan of Campaign Ap
proved by the Spanish Government.
With tlio Addition of 40,000 Men I'roni.
Isort nim IIo Thinks II o Will Ilo Ablo
to Crush the llebclllon ly Juno
Next Two Vfttrlotn Shut.
Havana, Juno 23. It Is reported on
good authority that Capt-Gcn. Wcyler
is pleased with the. aspect of military
affairs in tho island, and that the go
ernment has expressed its approval of
his plan of campaign. IIo is eonlldent
that with tho reinforcements pf 40,000
men promised him by tho minister of
war, ho will bo ablo to ctVisli the
rebellion, and that ho will
return triumphant to Spain in
Juno next. It is his intention to send
20,000 of the new troops when they ar
rive to the province of Pinar Del ltio,
where they will be employed in crush
ing Macoo, and tho other 20,000 will be
used to strengthen tho Jncnro Trocha.
These reinforcements will enable Gen.
Wcyler to dispense with tho services of
the volunteers who aro at present do
ing garrison duty.
Andres Ilqrnandc. Rodriguez and
Miguel Alonzo Cabriera were shot in
the Cabanas fortress Monday for the
crime of rebellion.
The rebel leader, Moutcs do Oca, lias
surrendered to tho Spanish authorities
Sunday night a body of rebels fired
upon tho fort protecting Guanabacoa,
just across the bay from Havana. They
were repulsed by the garrison. Anoth
othcr band attacked the town of Arro
yo Arenas, 12 miles from Havana. They
were also repulsed. On their retreat
. they burned several houses at Ccnta
ranas, close to Arropo Arenas.
Free Delivery Postal Services Discon
tinued, Washington-, Juno 23. Postmaster
General Wilson Monday issued an or
der discontinuing on Juno 30 next ex
perimental free delivery postal service
in the following towns: Indiana, Scl
lersburgj Kansas, Caldwell; Illinois,
Robinson; Arkansas, Morrclllon; Ohio,
Harrison; Wisconsin, Mozonitna.
Arkansas Prohibition Lenders Holt.
Littlv. Rock, Ark., June 23. The
leaders of the prohibition party in Ar
kansas bolted the Rational party Mon
day and aligned itself with the nation
al reform party. A call has 'been is
sued for a meeting of the latter organi
zation in this city July t
Grand Special Sale to Unload
Men's Fine 113.50 mid $15.00 Suits
Composed of Irish Cheviots, Homespuns, Im
ported Cheviots in Plaids and Light Effects,
Thibets, Clay Worsteds and Serges.
In our Children's Department we will make a
Special Sale for this week of
Children's "Junior," "Middy"
and "Reefer Suits."
Sizes 3 to 8 years, comprising
the latest novelties at
Former Price $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00.
Children's Waists with large A ,1 71
Sailor Collars, , - - - 0U 9QQ C()G
Worth $ 1 .00 and 1 .50.
Men's Negligee Shirts.
Just received a new line in the newest, brightest C ni0
patterns, fast colors, - dU bib,
Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers,
Cor. Front and Butler eta,, Old P. 0. Building
Will lie Adxorntcd by I'.x-Gov. William IT.
Ilnssell In the Chicago Coni'entlom
Boston, Juno 23. -'When seen Mon-i
day in regard to the report that ho was
going to Chicago with ox-Secretary
Whitney, ex-Gov. Wm, E. Russell said:
WILLIAM H. IttJBSELL.
"At the earnest request of Mr. Whit
ney aud others, I am going to Chicago
with him to give vhatcvcr help I can
in the btrugglo in tho democratic party
for sound money against free silver.
My own views on the subject arc well
known and have boon often stated. T
can not, however, go to Chicago
under the least suspicion that I
am there for any personal reasons,
nor. can I take part in this fight, em
barrassed by any personal interest in
the result. I shall, therefore, decline
to have my name presented to the con
vention as a candidate.
"I believe in making tiro stoutest
possible light for sound money and tho
gold standard, and shall not give up
the light until the votes are counted."
BOTH SIDES FIRM.
No Compromise llctueon tho Mine Opera
tors and Striking Miners.
Lkadvillu, Col., Juno 23. Two con
ferences were held Monday between
tho operators of tho big mines and the
official of the miners uniou, but with
out bringing about the hoped-for set
tlement of the strike. A number of
tho big operators continue to declare
they will not pay tho increase de
manded, while others favor acompio
mise. On tho miners' side the claim is
made that they will hold out a year, if
necessary, and that they will accept no
compromise short of their demands for
3 "in all mines of the camp.
The Story Denied.
FltiniEMCKSisuno, Va , June 23. Con
sul Gen. Lee's brother, Capt. Dan.M.
Lee, of Stafford county, Va., who is in
constant correspondence with, his
brother, denies emphatically that Gen.
Lee has written a private letter con
cerning Cuban affairs, which appeared
in tho morning papers.
" 2.75, 3.25, 3.50.
A ucu " Y .$.
-IF A .BOLT,
It Will Be a Small One, Says
Kothing Like the One That Took Place
in tho St. Louis Convention.
Tho Presidential Election Will Probably
Go Into Congress Is tho Opinion of Sen
ator Miiutlc Ilo Thinks Toller Will
Carry All tho Western Slntes.
Pnir.ADni.riiiA, June 23. National
Chairman Harrity wits asked if he an
ticipated any such bolt at the demo
cratic convention as took place in St
Louis. In answer ho Eaid:
"None of any consequence. Should
tho gold standard men bo inthc ma-
jority, Tillman, of South Carolina, and
the Colorado delegates might walk out.
If the silver men should be in control,
probably a few gold men would With
draw, but I do not anticipate a bolt
like that ut St. Louis."
The Chicago convention will be at
tended by many democrats from Penn
sylvania. The delegates and their
friends will leave here in a special
train made up of five Pullman sleeping
coaches, and at various cities addi
tional cars will be attached. A spcciul
train will also depart from Pittsburg
for the convention city.
Chicago, June 23. Senator Lee Man
tle is at the Auditorium. He denied
being here to suggest to the democratic
convention tho nomination of Teller
for president, but said:
"The democrats could not do better.
I am for Teller myself, and hope to
have an opportunity to vote for him on
some ticket. On any tieket he could
carry the western states, and he would
make a formidable candidate on the
democratic ticket. lie would get
enough votes to throw the election into
congress, and there ho would have rea
son to expect a shar6 of the victory,"
Tho Sllverltcs Carried tho Day.
Peoijia, 111., June 23. There was a
friendly clash of arms between tho
sound rrioney and silver forces in tho
caucus of the Jinth district, but the
white metal people won out by 20 to 22.
II. Craerty, of Daviess county, pro
sided. D. F. Lawler was placed on the
platform committee. Sam Itae, of
Ogle, and Frank ISarron, of Carroll,
were selected as delegates to Chicago;
Dr. M, II. Cleary, of Galena, presiden
tial elector, and Charles Nieman; of
Freeport, member of the state commit
tee. All are pronounced silveritcs.
Seven Killed In n Holler KxpUwlon.
Woooville. Tex., June 23. Seven
men were killed and three fatally in
jured by the explosion of a tram en
gine boiler at Doucettc station. The
engine was the property of the Ne
braska Lumber Co., and was about to
start for its logging camp when the ac
cident occurred. Six ' or eight men
were in the cab. Six of these victims
had their heads blown off and were
mutilated in a horrible manner.
llrltlsh Steamer Wrcrkcd.
St. Johns, N. P., June 23 Tho Brit
ish steamer Capulet, which sailed Sun
day from Halifax for Liverpool, went
ashore at St. Shotts, St. Mary's Hay, N.
P and is a total wreck. Her passen
gers and crew and a portion of her
mails have been saved. Further de
tails of tho disaster aro us yet unob
tainable. The Capulet was of 2,000
tons burden, and was owned by the
Capulet Steamship Co., limited, Liver
pool. I'ntul Fight Near Ilopkliisvllle.
HoruTNSvuxE, Ky., June 23 At a
colored people's festival at Chaphichory,
Jake Drake became involved in a quar
rel with Ernest Jagoe, upon whom lie
opened Are, one ball entering the lat
ter's breast and one taking effect in the
shoulder of a man named Shelton.
Jagoe's brother then came up and
opened fire on Dralfe, killing him in
stantly. No arrests have yet been
Tno Killed In n right.
London Diu'ot, Ky., June 23. On
Clover Porlc, in Harlan county, six
miles above Harlan Courthouse, one of
the bloodiest battles of modern years
took place, with John Pace, Irvin Cor
nett and Harrison Cornett on one side
and George Dean, William Stewart und
Dave TCldrldge on the other. Dean
and Eldi idgc were killed. The slayers
have all been arrested and arc in jail.
Hotel Elevator rails.
' Nonrou:, Va., June 23. The elevator
in tho Atlantic hotel fell from the
third floor Tuesday morning to tho
basement, injuring two persons, Jako
Wells, manager of tho Richmond base
ball team, and tho elevator boy, Nicho
las Hall, .colored. The former was
badly shaken up and bruised, but is
conscious. Tho latter was badly hurt
and is unconscious.
Southern Hallway May Do Bold.
Coi.UMiius, 0., Juno 23. The supremo
cour. Tuesday unanimously affirmed
tho decisions of the common pleas and
circuit courts of Hamilton county in
tho case involving tho saloo,1 tho South
ern railway. It is to bo reported. Tho
mayor will now Issuo his proclamation
for a special election on tho question of
selling the road.
Joo Uversole l'ardoued.
FnANKFOitT,' Ky., Juno 23. Gov.
Bradley Tuesday morning pardoned Joo
Eversolo, of Clay county, serving threo
years for manslaughter. Eversolo was
engaged in the famous French-Hversole
mountain yarfare. Ed Bowe, a Louis
ville convict, was also pardoned. Forty
six applications for pardon wcro over
ruled. Court of Appeals Takes a Heeeis.
Fjiankfout, Ky., Juno 23. The court
of appeals, will ndjourn Wednesd y un
til tlio SentcrrdW term.
Svrrniii k. Trnln Into tlio Kit cr and In Car
ried Our tho 1'ulN TweHo Tramps
Killed or Drowned.
filoKAsn, Wash., Juno 23. Word
has readied hero that a freight train
on the Great Northern was derailed
Monday near Kootenai Falls by a
landslide. Twelve ears were carried
down into the river and over the falls,
where they were dashed to pieces. All
htink but one, which had lost its trucks
and floated on tho water over tho falls,
to bo rent to splinters when it struck
the seething whirlpool below. In
one of tho curs carried into tlio river
wore 12 tramps, and not one escaped.
Those of the luckless tourists who
were injured succeeded in gaining the
top of tho ear. Persons on shore at
tempted to east ropes to them, but
failed, fceveral of tlio tramps leaped
into the water, but could not breast
Uio swift current and all were carried
-n er the fulls, r.one of the bodies have
yet been recovered.
Of thu Kentucky State Kducillnnnl Asso
c latlon In Ctnelnitittl.
Cincinnati, Juno 23. Tho Kentucky
State Educational association's annual
meeting takes place Tuesday. Tho
Dennison hotel will be tho headquar
ters. There will be about 130 ot tho
leading educators of the state in at
tendance. Among those already reg
istered are: Profs. (!. 'Clinton Han
no and wife, Versailles; Ky.; H.
L. Garrison and wife, Georgetown; W.
P. Harney, Carlisle; Mcllenry llhodes,
Frankfort; Superintendent Murk and
wife, and Col. J. E. Darland, Louisville;
Prot Weber, Nashville, Tenn; C. II.
Dietrich, Hopkinsville; Prof. P. W.
Grinstead, Lexington; Prof. Leomastcr,
An interesting featme of the occa
sion will bo tho marriage ot Prof. W.N.
Slice, of Browusville.ICy., to a young
lady of Brownsville.
Hodynsky I'laln Disaster IiieerlKatlon,
,Bi:hmn, Juno 2;;. The St. Petersburg
correspondent of the 1'r.inkfort Zei
tuug. telegraphs that the car has or
dered an inquiry into the causes that
led to the terrible disaster on the
Hodynsky plain during tho coronation
fetes at Moscow, when upw urds of 2,500
persons wore crushed or trampled to
death, bo dropped lor the reason that a
number of exalted personages have
been shown to have been implicated.
The disaster will, therefore, be ascribed
to an aet of God.
Story of n Crap Jnme.
Mt. Sterling, Ky., Juno 23. Mon
day afternoon Andy Bell, colored jan
itor of the post office, while golnghome
stopped at a livery stable, and in the
rear found n, number of darkies play
ing craps, among them Ike Bell, a next
door neighbor. He went homo and
told his wife about it, and Ike's wife
overheard it When Ike came home
she lit into him, and, after a quarrel,
Ike hunted up Andy, took a club and
smashed his skull. Ho will die.
Police .Judge Dead.
Adaiuville, Ky., June 23. Judge E.
It. Mooro, aged 00, died Tuesday morn
ing. He served as magistrate of His
district, and for quite a while served as
police judge of the town of Adairvillo,
which office ho held at the time of his
death. He was a prominent Mason und
Knight of Pythias. Tho remains will
be buried Wednesday at Bed River
church, the Masons and Knights of
Fhanki'oist, Ky., June 23. Ex-Chaplain
Cooper, of tho Kentucky peniten
tiary, arrived Tuesday morning from
Taylorsvllle to officiate at the marriage
of Capt. Ed George, bon of ex-Warden
Henry George, to Miss Bcttio Stone,
daughter of ox-Clerk Jarvis Stone, of
the penitentiary. Young Georgo was
formerly guard at tho penitentiary,
but ho is now' a commercial traveler
for a Louisville house.
Tlio Campaign In KentucUy.
FnANKFOitT, Ky., June 23. Tho cam
paign in this state will bo opened early
next month by a monster demonstra
tion either at Louisville or Lexington.
Gov. Bradley will be tho chief orator of
the occasion, and Hon. John W. Verkes,
of Danville; Judge Georgo Denny, of
Lexington; Hon. Augustus E. Wlllson,
of Louisville, and other well-known
speakers will participate.
National Sunday-School Convention.
Boston, Juno 23. The advance guard
of 10,000 delegates und visitors to
tho National Sunday-School conven
tions, which convenes Tuesday, is al
reudy on tho ground. The sessions of
the eighth annuul international and
thirteenth national Sunday-School
gathering will lie held in Park street
church and in Tremont temple.
Oil Tank VtruckT
Sistersvili.k, W., Va., Juno 23. A
bolt of lightning struck the oil derrick
on tho Russell farm, just above town,
sotting flro to it and 250 barrel tanks
filled with oil. They burned fiercely
fornearly two hours. Tho loss Isabout
Congressman bayres ltenoinlnated.
Austin, Tex., Juno 23. Tho congres
sional democratic convention here
Monday renominated Joe Sayrcs with
out opposition, A resolution was
passed favoring thefreo coinage of sil
ver at tho ratio of 10 to 1.
Fatal Accident In Carneglo's Mill.
Biiaddock, Pa., Juno 23. Lato Tues
day afternoon a fall of bcull in the
stack of tho converting mill, at tho Car
peglq steel works, instantly killed
Albert Peterson and seriously injured
Louisville Dry Goods Firm Assigns.
Louisville, Ky., June 23. Tho Sea
shols Dry Goods Co. made an assign
ment to the Louisvlllo Trust Co. Mon
day afternoon, Tho assets are estl
mated at 8115,000 and tho liabilities at
A cream of tartar liaking Powder. Illgaesi
of all In leavening strength Latett United
Slates Government Food Report,
RorAt, Baki.no I'owdeii Co , 100 Wall St N.I
Ken aud Interesting Happenings Within
FOR FREE SILVER
The Ohio Democratic Platform ."Makers
Expect to Stand.
Columbus, 0., Juno 23. The demo
cratic state convention does not con
vene until Wednesday, but the dele
gates were all here Tuesday for the
district meetings at four p. m., when
tho delegates to Chicago from some
districts, as well as members oi
the usual committees will be
chosen. The silver men hac COO of
the 700 delegates' and the gold men are
malting no contest. Even ex-Gov.
Campbell, who arrived Monday, an
nounced that he would not stand for
delegate-at-large or 16r his indorse
ment for president. As Campbell has
been tho democratic standard-bearer
as candidate for governor three times
against Foraker, MeKinley and Bush
nell, and the conservative element
thought tho convention would concede
to him anything ho wanted, hi-, friends
havo been pressing his claims. The sil
ver leadeis, however, have given notice
that they want npue but pronounced
tree coinage men on tho delegation to
Chicago and oven with the unit rule
they do not want any conservatives.
They will cxeicise their power in this
manner Tuesday in organizing the
committees of the convention and
Wednesday in running tho convention.
The committees mot Tuesday night.
There is only one contest and that is
from Stark county. There will be no
protracted lighten the resolutions. The
committee on resolutions is expected
to stand 18 to 3 for" free silver. While
John It. McLean and John Bookwaltcr
aro both slated for dolegates-at-large,
their friends are contending for
instructions for president. Both
of these men ard being pressed
for places on the national ticket and
this contest is expected to result in no
instructions being given except that
the Ohio delegation vote as a unit. The
gold delegates from Cleveland are pre
paring to fight the instructions for the
Cincinnati Water Worlts Commission.
Cincinnati, June 23. Tlio water
works commission has been appointed,
and Tuesday morning Private Secre
tary Bogers came down from the
gubernatorial office and handed to
Mayor Caldwell the commissions of
five members. They aro August Herr
mann, Dr. T. W. Graydon, Col. Leopold
Markbreit, Maurice J. Freiberg and
Capt. C. M. Holloway. These men rep
resent Gov. Bushnoll's ideal of a water
Orant Cabin to lie Frescrcd.
Columbus, 0., Juno 23. Tho cottage
in which Ulysses If. Grant was born, in
Clermont county, 0., and which is in
tho hands of tho state board of agri
culture, is to bo protected by an in
closing structure. Tho cottage is to bp
placed in front of tho exposition build
ing at tho Stato Fair grounds, and is to
bo inclosed in a structuro of stone, iron
and glass. Later this building is to bo
topped with a statue of Grant.
John It. McLean 11.
Coi.UMnus, 0,, Juno 23. Dan McCon
ville received a telegram from John It.
McLean, who is at Hot Springs, Va.,
stating that ho has been obliged to
forego his expected visit to this city at
this time. He is there for treatment,
and his malady has taken a sudden
turn for the worse.
Killed by tho Car.
BLANCimsrEK, O., June 23. A man
supposed to bo Joseph Mountain, ayed
S5, a West Virginia mechanic, wat.
killed I)' tho cars between this place
and Midland eiirly Monday morning.
His remains were token to Midland,
where tho coroncr'b inquest will bo
Out uf lr Hanks.
Wr.sT Union. 0., Juno 23. During a
heavy rain Monday night, Moore's Hun
was swollen out of its banks, carrying
away fencing and small buildings.
Coleman Grooms lost eight hogs and 15
sheep, and several others arc reported
to have sustained similar lotiet,.
Ills Teeth Killed Illm.
Batavia, 0., Juno li3. Mr. A T.
Tatraan, who on last Friday evening
swallowed his false teeth while eating
supper at tho homo of his father, at
Salt Air. is dead, Tho funeral took
placo at ouo o'clock from his lato resi
dence on North street.
Columbus, O., Juno 23. Attornoy
General Monnett, In replying to a
question submitted by tho commis
sioner of railroads, says that rounicl-
1 paliUes havo thorlght to regulate tho
Diowipg of locomotive whistles within
tho corcoratibn limits.
Arrival and Departuro of Trains.
b. & o. s.w.
Depart fltnn a. m . liwn n m 9nn vm i.ek
p. m.. 7:00p.m. ,n:2ip.m.''
amuivji a:uo a. m., h:io a. m,, iz:, p. m., i;m
p. m., o:40, p. m., 8:53 p. m.
Leave '. 2' lo' p.m.. 9:00, :00 a.m
""" i:a, 12:1a p m. csua. ra
C. &. M.
f.Plrv a. Off n m lilfH
arrive ll:15 a.m., 7:05 p. ra
Leave '.... ..'0:20 a.m., J:0p.m
Arrive ,.... 10:40 a.m.. G:55 cm
O. B. R. R. (Eastern Time.)
South 9:00 a. m.; 3:07. 7:35 p. m
North 7:32 a.m: 12:32. 4:17n.m
That wo will close out by $
cutting the prices in two. f ,
Prices we have been get- f
ting are iharked in plain W
Any of these suits at
$1.00 Suits for 50 cts.,
$2.00 Suits for $1.00,
$3.00 Suits $1 50, Etc.
See some of them in show
window, next to tho
llrltlsh Ollleiul Arrested In Venezuela.
Gkoroiown, British Guiana, June 21
It is learned here that Mr. Harrison,
a British official, while overseeing a
number of laborers who were employed
in making a road from Barima to Cu
juni, was ai rested ou June 15 on an or
der fiom Caracas and taken to the
Veneuolan station opposite Yuruan.
The arrest has caused much excitement
among the British here, who look to
Gieat Britain to take immediate action,
in the matter.
In Honor of Hobart's Nomination
I'atkhson, N. J., June 23 This city
was brilliantly illuminated Monday
night in honor of Garrett A. Hobart's
nomination for vice president. Be
tween 5,000 and 0,000 citizens of all po
litical parties joined, in a procession to
the armory, where 5,000 persons, most
ly women, were wnitlngfor tho parade.
All the musical organizations in tho
city were engaged for the occasion.
A Family Massacred.
Nkw York,' June 23. Tho American
schooner Mabel Hooper, of Bock land,
Me., brings news of tho massacre by
Spanish troops of a family named Gon
zales, said to be naturalized Americans,
near Sagua, in Santa Clara. Tho sol
diers fired his hotise and shot his fam
ily as they cumo out.
l'armcr Killed by LlRlitnlue.
CAmz, O., June 23. Levi Malcrnce,
a farmer, was lnstaiitly killed Monday
during an electrical storm by a stroke
of lightning, no was on his way from
his houso to tho cellar when struck by
tho bolt that had first struck a tree
Hobart to Visit JUcKlnley.
Canton, O., Juno C3. Vieo Presiden
tial Candidate Hobart has been invited
by Maj. MeKinley to visit Canton, on
Saturday next. That day will be tho.
occasion of a great demonstration in
honor of the nomination of Maj. Me
Kinley. Crushed by a Horse.
Ciiillicothe, 0., Juno 23. While
Aaron Ater, of Clarksburg, was riding
Monday his horso stumblcdand fell od
him at tlve oot of a hill, crushing
young Ator's head and chest. Ate
can not live.
J ml co Martlloy Nominated.
Winchester, O,, Juno 23. At the
convontibn of tho Brown-Clermonl
common pleas district John M. Mario
loy, of Brown county, was nominated
for judgo by acclamation.
Farmer Drops Dead.
Oamiiiiidoe, O., Juno 23. Willian;
Anderson, a well to do farmer ol
Mincrsville, this county, dropped desd.
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