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MARIETTA DALLY LEADER.
VOL. II. NO. 202
MABIETTA, OHIO, MONDAY, AUGUST 24, 1896.
PRICE ONE CENT
Of Miss Gertrude Vanderbilt and
Harry Payne Whitney.
It Will Take Place at the Breakers,
Newport, Next Tuesday.
Mlis del-trade's Dowry Will Bo 60,000,-
q ". 000 TWS -Bridal Gift Jfram tile Im-'
55- .If mediate Family ArVat I-JMt flO0,-
tp; 000 Trotaean) Coti pW'ortune.
Nnw Yokk, Aug. 22. One hundred
persons will be present at tho wedding
of 'Miss Vanderbilt and Harry Payno
Whitney at the Breakers, Newport,
next Tuesday. These will all bo rela
tives or connections of either brido or
bridegroom, with tho exception of a
vory few Intimate friends, such as tho
Bond family and Chauncey M. Depow.
Bishop Potter will probably perform
tho ceremony uniting Miss Vanderbilt
and Mr. Whitney
Gertrudo Vanderbilt's dowry will bo
$5,000,000. This is tho statement made
by intimate friends of tho Vanderbilt
family. Tho bridal gifts from tho im
mediate family arc at least $300,000 in
value. They comprise gold plate, brie
a brae and superb jewelry. This is ex
clusive" of the trousseau, which repre
sents a fortune.
Mr. Vanderbilt will have built for
his daughter a suitable town resi
dence. GEORGIA'S CODE
May Result In the Electors Heine Named
by the Legislature.
Atlanta, Go., Aug. 22. Tho discov
ery made public Friday afternoon that
presidential electors in Georgia must
receive a majority of all the votes cast,
instead of plurality merely, has stirred
up a genuine sensation in political cir
cles. In previous campaigns the demo
crats have had things their own way,
but this year, with three straight elec
toral tickets in tho field and the pre
vailing obliteration of party lines, the
leaders of all three parties recognize
that it will be practically impossible
for any ono of them to secure a major
ity of the popular vote.
Tho code of tho state provides that
thoelectors shall be chosen by a ma
jority of all tho votes cast, and unless
any ono set receives a majority, the
legislature will have to select the men
who are to cast tho vote of the state
for president and vice president in the
Hold up by'l'Jro Women.
Cor.ujinus, O., Aug. 22. Fred Rode,
of Dayton, was held up, beaten and
robbed by two women on tho street in
this city, in broad daylight. A watch
and money were taken. '
"Oh, I Guess That'll
Have To Do."
Customers never say that in THE BUCKEYE. We don't keep
the "have to do" kind of a stock. You can gel exactly what you
want from us. The only trouble you can possibly experience is to
know just what'to choose, from so much that is stylish, elegant and
Our tables are piled high with the latest styles and choicest fabrics
in Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing.
Men's All-wool Business Suits
Wo claim superior
ity in Men's Suits at
this price, because
we pay tho same at
tention to the fit and
style as we do to thoso that cost double.
They comprise Mediums and Dark
Scotches and Union'Casslmeres.
I 1 H I I aB III ' would" call
your attention not
particularly to tho
fact that wo have
u ten dollar lino
of Men's Suits, but that in tho gar
ments which compose it, there is more
real value that can bo found elsewhere
for tho money. Elegant Worsteds,
Beautiful Cassimeres, Nobby Cheviots,
elegantly made and trimmed.
Tlio newest and latest,,ptyles,in Boys' School andOhildron's-OIoth-ing
have just boon received and aro open to your "inspection,"- , ',
Our Hat Department .
Is now complete with tho very latest and nobbiest Fall Shapes in
Stiff and Soft Hats.
"We aro the sole agents here of the celebrated "Gotham" Hat.
Give us a call. No. trouble to show goods.
Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers, '
Cor. Front and Butler ets., t Old P. 0. Building
NOT THE SUN'S RAYS,
Bat Blootl Poison Is Believed to Be the
Came of Sunstroke.
New Yonit, Aug. 22. Another re
markable advance in medical investi
gation has been made within tho last
few days, and tho causa of sunstroke, a
subject iintil now obscuro, has at
length been definitely discovered.
Thcso investigations show that in
stead of tho sun's rays being the direct
cause of sunstroke, as has all along
been believed by tho medical profess
sloh, as well as by tho people at large,
tho fa5t is that the internal chemistry
61 the' body and its" secretions is so
modified by atmospheric conditions of
excessive hot weather that some of the
secretions become abnormal, either in
quality or absorbed by tho blood and
act as virulent poisons.
Scientists (lathering nt Buffalo.
Buffalo, N. Y., Aug. 22. Men of
learning from every part of tho coun
try are filling up tho hotels prepara
tory to tho great gathering of scien
tists, which will bo in progress
throughout tho coming fortnight. The
conventions will include those of the
Amcrican'Associatton for tho Advance
ment of Science, tho American Mathe
matical society, tho American Chemical
society and the American Geological
society. Meetings of tho executive
committees of these organizations are
being held. "
Money With Which to Pay the Veterans
Washington, Aug., 22. Tho secre
tary of the interior has made a requisi
tion on the treasury for 89,015,000 to be
used in the quarterly payment of pen
sions next trionth. Tho amount by
agencies follows: Columbus, O,, 83,700,
000; Washington, 81,075,000; Boston,
Mass., Sl,840,000; Augusta, Me., $775,
000; San Francisco, 8723,000.
An Outlaw Killed.
Vinita, I. T., Aug. 22. Word has
reached this city of the raiding of a
gang of cattlo thieves in the Spavinaw
Hill, east of here, by deputy marshals
Monday night and tho killing of one of
their number. Tho marshals returned
next day to the scene of tho shooting
and buried the dead outlaw, "whoso
name was H. Ott,
Protest Agulnst Consul Pardl.
Madrid, Aug. 22. The Madrid news
papers h ve joined in a protest against
tho actio i of tho government of Vene
zuela in appointing Gen. Pardi as Vene
zuelan consul to Madrid in view of his
past connection with the Cuban insur-j-ection.
It is expected that the Cara
cas government will annul the appoint
ment. Will Reduce Steerage Pnssaees.
London, Aug. 22. A dispatch fron?
Hamburg to tho Central News says
that the German Trans-Atlantic steam
ship companies will reduce their steer
age rates to 150 marks, beginning ii
Men's Fine Suits
We mean Suits th
any one can wear
for they are .is neat
and good as possibly
can be found for the money. Thoy com
prise Cassimeres, Cheviots and Home
spuns, and a Clay Worsted that can't
10 f fl I1'1'3 line is a
B I Royal assortment
3 of Fine Dross
1 I flj Suits, fit to wear
upon any occasion
Composed entirely of stylish and dres
sy fabrics such as Imported Worsteds,
Vieunnas, Thlbots, Clays and Diagon
als, superably mado and well fitting.
vj I oU U
Programme for the Entertain
ment of Li Hung Chang.
He Will Arrive in New York by Steam
ship St. Louis August 28.
MaJ. den. Ruger, Acting aa the President'
r Itepreaentatlve, Will Meet lllm-The
'State Department Will Ue Rej.ro-
' Rented by W. W. Kockhlll.
New York, Aug. 22. Tho following
programmo respecting the visit of tho
Chinese viceroy, Li Hung Chang, was
announced Friday afternoon by Secre
tary of War Lamont.
Earl Li Ilung Chang, special ambas
sador from the emperor of China, will
arrive in New York by tho steamship
St Louis on August S3. Maj. Gen.
Thos. II. Kuger, U. S. A., command
ing the department of the east
who has been designated by the
president to act as his representative
will meet him on his arrival and escort
him with a detachment of tho Sixth
regiment. United States cavnlry, to the
Waldorf house, where he will remain
during his stay in New York ab tho
guest of tho nation. The state depart
ment will bo represented by W. W
Kockhlll, first assistant secretary of
state. Gen. Buger will attend
the viceroy during his so
journ in this country and be
in charge of all arrangements pertain
ing to his visit The president of the
United btates, who is to be in the city
as tho guest of ex-Secretary of the
Navy Wm. C. Whitney, will receive
the special ambassador at Mr. Whit
ney's residence on the day following
his arrival, the secretary of state, the
secretary of tho treasury, the secre
tary of war, and possibly other mem
bers of the cabinet being present
On Sunday a visit will tio made to
Gen. Grant's tomb at Riverside. Mon
day will be spent in o trip to the mili
tary academy at West Point by the
United States steamship Dolphin and a
sail under the Brooklyn bridge and up
the East river. On Tuesday tho party
will be entertained at lunch by
representative business men of
New York, and later in tho day
an opportunity will bo given the Chi
nese residents of tho city to meet tho
earl, by arrangement with the Chinese
consul. Wednesday will be occupied
by a visit to Brooklyn on tho -invitation
of the mayor of that city, and in
the evening the viceroy will be tendered
a review of tho Seventh regiment In its
armory. On Thursday tho party will
go by tho Pennsylvania railroad to
Philadelphia, where suitable entertain
ment will be provided, and Friday and
Saturday will be 6pent in" Washington,
and Sunday at Niagara Falls, where
the viceroy will be met by representa
tives of the Canadian government who
will escort him to Vancouver from
which port he will sail for home.
AT LINCOLN, NEB.
Bryan and Sewall Will lie Notified
of Their Nominations by the bllier Con
tention. Cr.r.vin.AXD, Aug. 22. Hon. George
Groot, chairman of the notification
committee has sent out tho following
"The notification committee appoint
ed by the silver convention which as
sembled at St Louis on July 22,
1S00, to notifiy Hon. AV. J. Bryan
of his nomination by that convention
as tho candidate of tho silver party for
the office of "president of the United
States will meet at Lincoln, Neb.,
Bryan's home, on September 8, 189(5,
for the purpose of notifying him on
that date of the action of the conven
tion. Mr. Sewnll will go there also to
receive notice of his nomination as the
candidate of the silver party for vice
Daniel Leo lratally WmnuU ills Fathcr-In-Lnw
nt Arlington, Tvnn.
Clahksvii.t.i:, Tenn,, Aug. 22. A
shot gun duel between W. A. llaynes
and his son-in-law, Daniel Lee, at
Arlington, a Loui.svillo Sc Nashville
station south of this city, is
reported here. Leo and his wife
fell out and separated. Thursday
Leo returned to Hayncs', where his
wife was staying, and was ordered
away. He armed himself and went
back, when the men ijunrreled and Leo
bhot Haynes. 'I he latter got his gun
and several bhots were exchanged.
Haynes is in a dying condition and Loo
has been jailed without bond.
Kxcellcnt riiotogr.iph of the Kcllpse.
London, Aug. 22. Mr. Norman
Lockyer, tho well-known nstrouoraur
and editor of Nature, hah written a
letter to tho Times, in which ho snya
the most excellent observations of tho
recent total eclipse of tho sun were ob
tained by Mr. S.hackleton,' an astron
omer', who was convoyed on Sir Gen
eral Baden Powell's yacht, the Otaria,
,to Ityva Zembla. lie obtained a num
bor of photographs, which will go far
to neutralize the failures of the as
tronomical expeditions to Norway.
Sinister Wanta a Match With Ives.
Chicago, Aug. 22. Jako Schaofer
started to New York Saturday for tho
purpose of seeking a series of billiard
matches with Frank Ives. Sehaefer is
very much in earnest about this mat
ter and goes so far as to say that while
ho hold tho championship ho never had
to be coazed into a contest.
I The Corbett-bharhey Dcht.
Nmv Yokk, Aug. 22. James J. Con
bott and Dan Lynch, tho latter repre
senting Tom Sharkey, will meet on
Monday to scttlo tho preliminary de
tails for their fight, select a battle
ground, deposit tho socond fon'elt ol
3259 and chooso a final stakeholder,
AN ELECTRICAL STORM
rinys Ilaioc In Chicago .Much Property
Chicago. Aug. 22. Shortly after1 mid
night this city was visited by a series
of several electrical storms which did
great damage to property, and especial
ly In tho southern part of the city, and
the rain at times poured down in tor
rents, but electricity was the feature.
Electric cars, telegraph und telephone
lines in all parts of the city were af
fected. There was great damage from
crossed wires and circuits being
brought out, and a number of -Accidents
from this sourco are reported.
The greatest property loss occurred to
the Chicago City Railway Co., but
many others were sufferers to a more
or less extent The barns of the Chi
sago City Kallway Co at Sixty-first and
State streets were struck by lightning
at 3 o'clock Saturday morning, and sec
tions of the roof CO feet square
.lashed through tho building to
the first tloor carrying with it
the third and second floors, and four
cars which wero stored there. It is
estimated that the damage to tho City
Railway Co. will amount to from 815,
000 to 820,000. Tho work of repair was
commenced at onee, and the open cars
may be run again before night The
Chicago Brick Co 's plant at 41st and
Leavett streets was struck by light
ning Saturday morning and u damage
of S1G.0OO resulted. The entire building
collapsed and the machinery is buried
In the debris. Lightning struck with
damaging effect at Englewood, Hyde
Park and South Chicago. Buildings
wero attacked in every section and
the telephono service was sori
susly impaired. Bolts of lightning
descended almost incessantly. The
rain fell in a perfect deluge. Between
B and 4 o'clock something like nine
alarms of flro had been sent in and
calls for assistance poured into the
Hyde Park and Englew ood police sta
tions until the lightning had shut off
ull communication by telephone. No
loss of life has been reported.
Of England to Mako a Tour of Inspection
Over the Principal Itallrnnds or tho
New Yoiik, Aug. 22. Fred. Harri
son, manager, and Robert Turnbull,
superintendent of the London and
Northwestern railway, arrived on the
iteamer Lucania from Liverpool.
Uhey aro going to make a tour
)f inspection over tho principal
railroads of the United States. Mr.
Harrison baid their mission was not
,n the interest of any prospective in
restors. Their inspection wns that of
practical railroad men and tho object
.vas to study methods, equipment, etc.
They will bo here about six weeks and
through C. Abbattoni, the American
reucral agent, they have been ex
;ended the courtesies of all the leading
Marshall Stevens, of Manchester,
England, was also among the passen
gers who arrived on tho steamer Lu
:ania Friday. Mr. Stevens is manager
of tho Manchester ship canal, and his
risit to this country is to further steps
tlready taken by correspondence to in
terest American shippers in the advan
tages of shipping direct to Manchestor.
Mr. Stevens will visit Boston, 'Mon
treal, Ottowa, Chicago, St. Louis, Kan
sas City, Savannah, Philadelphia and
Ami Their Female Accomplice Flogged
With Straps and Whips.
Nkw Oni.uANS, Aug. 22. Two Ne
groes, Fred Robinson and Lewis Pcr
nell, were swung to the same limb in
the swamp near Rosetta, Miss. It was
ut first reported that Letha Watson
and Caroline Smith, their accomplices,
had also been lynched, but this proved
to be false.
Pernell confessed to the killing of
L. W. King, naming Robinson and the
two women as his accomplices.
Tho mob decided that they would
hang .the men only, as both women
wero in a delicate condition. Tho
women wore tied to a tree and sovcrely
whipped with straps and small hickory
switches until the welts stood'out like
hupicino Lodge K. of I'.
Ci,kvei,and, 0 , Aug. 22. Delegates
to the Supremo Lodge of the Knights
of Pythias aud tho National Encamp
ment of the Uniform Rank aro begin
ning to arrive in the city, t.nd in a few
days tho principal streets will resound
witli tho steady tramp of well-drilled
brigades and be gay with semi-military
uniforms. The centennial decorations
are being added to with thousands of
flngs and streamers hearing the insig
nia of this notable organization.
Four Persons Perish In tho Flames.
IIuM-bvu.i.n, Ont, Aug. 22. The
tiwolling of Mrs. Qualf, a widow, was
burned, and Mrs. Bernard Phillip,
daughter of Mrs. QualfMrs. Sf Qualf,
her daughter-in-law, and tho lattors
two children perished in tho flames.
Mrs. Phillips and Mrs. Qualf lost their
lives in attempting to savo tho chil
dren. .Te fie Phillips, daughter of Mrs.
1'hlllips, was so; badly burned that her
ifo is in clungjr.
Fourteen of tho Crew Drowned.
London, Aug. 22. The Italian ship
Francesco Ciampe, Capt. Maresco, from
Swansea August 10, for San Francisco,
arrived at Falmouth Saturday with her
bow plates bent and her frames broken.
She reports that on August 20, off tho
Scilly Islands, sho collided with and
sank tho French- schooner Mouottc,
from Iceland for Poutriex. Ten of the
schoonor's crew wore saved and 14
WJOiel and Gear Company Assigns.
Ajiesuuky, Mass., Aug. 22. The
stockholders of tho Merrimao hecl
and Gear Co. have assigned to F. S.
Ilarawick for the benefit of their cred
itors. The liabilities aro $00,000.
A cream of tartar Baking Powder. Highest
0' all In leavening strength. Latut VtMti
state Government Food Report.
Royal Baking Powdeh Co., 108 Wall St.,N."y
Kr and Interesting Happenings Within
A Strnnge Accident at no OU Well Nenl
Fi.vm.AY, 0 , Aug. 22. Oscar Warn
mock, met his death la a horrible man
ner t'riduy night near Blulfton. He
wub ih-illing In a well for the Ohio Oil
Co when the well unexpectedly be
gnn spurting oil. Wnmmock's clothing
was completely saturated with oil, and
he started to run for tho derrick, the
gas from the well Ignited from the fire
under the boiler enveloping the drillet
in a sheet of flames.
He continued to run until his cloth
ing was nearly all burned oft when
fellow workmen came to his relief.
His shoes wore burned off his feet. He
was taken to BlutKon for medical as
sistance but died in a few hours. His
home w in. at Fair view, Pu. The der
rick and surrounding buildings were
all consumed at th well, which is still
flowing oil uboie the tree tops, making
a pillar of Uru visible for miles around.
Of the C, II. .V I). Itallna) at Lima Ue
RtniTMl by Fire.
Ci.r.vi.i.A.ND, O.. Aug. 22. A special
to the Pms f.-om Lima, O., says: Fire
broke out at 2 ot-lo.-k Saturday morn
ing in the coach department of tho Cin
cinnati, Hamilton A; Uaytou shops, and
the building was destroyed, also the
lroight car department building with
several freight cars, one baggage car,
one coach and one sleeper. It looked
as if the whole plant would be de
stroyed and a second alarm was turned
in and twelve lines of hose played on
tho buildings. Seventy-five men cm
ployed in the shops lost all their tools.
It is particularly distressing to them
as the force and working time has just
been reduced nnd they will be out ol
work until tho shops are rebuilt The
loss will reach 00,000, on which the
company carries a blanket insurance,
but it w ill not cover the loss.
Somebody's Mistake. I
Coi.L'Miius, O., Aug. 22. The atten
tion of Attorney General Monnett was
called to a peculiar omission in the law
governing the killing of birds and oth
er game out of season. Doves are not
mentioned in the list, but in. one sec
tion it is specified that it is unlawful tc
have dead doves in one's possesion. It
is an error on the part of some one, but
the law will hae to stand until
A Ileciulsltlcin on Go. Itrnille).
Coi.UMliUS, O., Aug. 22. Gov. Bush
nell Friday issued a requisition on Gov.
Bradley, of Kentucky, for John J.
Welsh, who is uuder arrest in Ken
tucky, and is wanted in Cincinnati on
a charge of breaking into a freight cat
in tho Pennsyhani.i yards and stealing
a bucket of sugar.
1118 CnnecleiicA Troubled Illm.
Columbus, 0., Aug. 22. Guard Jos.
II. Gotschull resigned his position at
tho penitentiary Friday. He told Dep
uty Warden Dawson that lie did not
believe that owing to ill health he was
earning his salary. He wab permitted
to retiro to his farm in Randolph
Wants Dnmagra foi Ills Hllii'a Affections.
MAliYbVU.1.1:, 0., Aug. 22. John B.
Morris ulleges that Fdmond Dilpaver
has injured him to tho amount of S10,
000 by alienating the affections of tho
former's wife. The plaintiff is well
known throughout centrul Ohio. Tho
defendant is a wealthy farmer;
Four Hundred llarrcla a Da).
Lima, O., Aug. 22. The oil well
drilled in Friday on tho Ed Baker
farm, just east of this city, is flowing
at the rate of 400 barrels ,per day.
Mrs. Amos Heffner, of Bath town
ship, was found dead in bed Friday
Woman ThrowH Ilor Ha by Into the Lake.
Cincinnati, Aug. (22. The patrol
wagon at 4:30 p. m. Friday was called
to the lako in Burnet Woods park. An
insano woman, it was said, had just
murdered her baby by throwing it into
the water. Tho woman has been ar
Columbus, 0 Aug. 22. A. G.
Fritchey, a grocer at 1B15 North High
street, dropped a spark from a cigar
Into a gasoline tank. An explosion
followed. Frltchey was seriously
burned, and it is feared he Inhaled tho
Robbed of a Largo Sum.
Gallh'OLIS, O., Aug. 22.Joe
Howard's house, at Cadmus, was
broken into and a largo bum of money
and other valuables stolen. Howard
and his family were attondlng a cam,p
raectlng when thcthoft was, committed.
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p. m., 7.-00 p. m., 11:25 p. m.
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p. m 6:40, p. in., 8:SS p. m.
T. & O. C. EX.
Leave 2.10 p.m.. 9:00, 4:00 sua
AnnrvB i:it, ls:is p m. T:80 a. a
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1 ess Wool Trousers at
4 $2.50, $3,00,
I or $3.50
4 And wear them two
I months. For every Sus
I PENDKH Button that comes
k 01T WE Will I'AV you TEN
cents. If they iup at the
waistband we will pay you
rirrv cents. If they rip
9 in the seat or elsewhere
WE Will PAY vnn np nnr.
LAK Or GIVE YOU A NEW
Best in the World, f
Try a Pair.
- STAR -Clothing
ltaroti Von Zwlwlt7 Inquest Crltlzcd.
Loniion, Aug. 22. The Field in its
issue Saturday criticizes what it
terny, the hurried and inadequate in
quest into the death of Baron Von Zed
wit, owner of the yacht Isolde, who
was killed on Tuesday in a collision be
tween that boat and the German em
peror's yacht, tho Meteor. The paper
ascribes tho disaster to an error of
judgment on the part of thoso hand
ling the Meteor.
The Treaty Denounced.
London, Aug. 22 The Guzette an
nounces that the Dominican republic
will denounce the commercial treaty
between the republic aud Great Brit
ain and that the convention will cease
to bo of effect on July 1 1, 1697.
Lord r.ussill (Iocs to Niagara.
Sakatoga, N.Y., Aug. 22. Lord Rus
sell and his party left Saturday morn
ing for Niagara falls. They will bo the
guests of Che Cliff house. Bqfore leav
ing Lord Bussell oxpressed himself as
being very much pleased with his visit
here, and spoko in the highest terms of
the courtesies shown himself and
Ni:w Yokk, Aug. 22. Leopold Weil
& Co., diamond and jewelry dealers,
arc in financiul difficulties. The
trouble is attributed to tho banks shut
ting down on discounts. Thu liabili
ties are 8130,000. It Is said the assets
are sufficient to pay all the debts, but
can not be realized on at present.
Illosuomod tho Second Time.
BuknaVista, O., Aug. 22. A peach
tree standing in Deacon Salisbury's
yard, at this place, is blooming for tho
second time this year. It has already
matured one crop of peaches this sea
son, aniKnoiy it is blooming again.
Prominent VTauaeon Blan Dead.
Wausko.v, 0., Aug. 22. Alman M.
'Lee died very sudden Friday morning
of neuralgia of tho heart. Ho was 57
years of age, a prominent Mason, coun
ty recorder and tho republican candi
date for re-election to that office.
Flour Mill Ilurned.
Ottawa, O., Aug. 22. Tho flour mill
of W. II. Dye.of Columbus Grove, caught
fire and burned to tho ground, Tho
loss will be up in tho thousands, as a
large quantity of wheat was destroyed.
The insurance amounted to 85,003.
Aged Landlord Dead.
Wai'Akometa, O., Aug. 22. Clement
Stuve, 70, proprietor of tho Henry
house, died here. He was one of the
oldest settlers in this county, having'
resided in the county for C2 years. lie
was born in, Qerinany. '