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MARIETTA DAILY LEADER.
VOL II.' NO. 221
MABIETTA, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1896.
PRICE ONE CENT
For Fighting Cubans if They
Will Lay Down Their Arms.
The Patriots Say They Will Accept
Nothing But Liberty.
Spanish Consul Soils, of Florida, Claiming;
to Iiavo Authority From Spain, Report
ed to Have Mado the Proposition to
a Member of the Cuban Juntn.
Jacksonville, Fla., Sept. 15. Span
ish Consul Soils, of Florida, claiming
authority'!-rom Spain, is reported to have
made a proposition to J. A. Iluau, of
the Cuban Junta and generalissimo of
the Florida expedition to Cuba, to the
effect that the mother cbuntry would
grant home rule to Cuba if the pa
triots would lny down their arms and
cease hostilities by November 1. Mr.
Iluau is reported to havo said that ho
was satisfied the junta would not ac
cept the proposition, as it felt sure of
securing complete independence within
"If such a proposition had been
made a year ago," said Mr. Iluau, "it
would havo been gladly accepted, and
all wrongs under which Cuba lias suf
fered would havo been forgiven, but it
is too late now. The blood of too
many Cubans has been spilled in a
cause to forsake which would bo sac
rilegious." Mr. Huau will present the proposal
to the Junta. Both men refuse to ad
mit that such a proposition was under
discussion, but the story is vouched for
by a prominent Cuban, who says that
ho overheard the discussion after Con
sul Solis had formally presented the
document. Cubans hero feel certain
that Spain's efforts to conquer Cuba
will soon cease.
Contempt Case at an End for tho Present.
Fkankfort, Ky., Sept. 15. A motion
was filed by Hard id Hcrr, Monday
morning, to dismiss his own motion to
restrain Judge Toney from further
procedure at Louisville. The motion
was sustained by the court. This puts
an end to tho Louisvillo mayoralty
cases for the present
Killed by a liull.
Wapakoneta, p., .Sept. 15. Henry
Lickey wab killed Monday by a bull
which ho was taking to the watering
trough. The bull butted him until ho
was a helpless mass of flesh. Lickey
formerly lived in Cincinnati.
Tho Antl-SIasber Law.
Zanesville, O., Sept 15. Lizzie
Schuman, who started the agitation
which resulted in tho anti-married
masher law, was quietly married to
Fred Stcmtn, a saloon-keeper, Satur
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Take Action In Regard to Protection at
Constantinople Reinforcement of War
Constantinople, Sept 14 Via Sofia,
Bulgaria, Sept 1G. Iho ambassadors
of the powers held a mooting Tuesday
in drder to lay out a plan for measures
for tho protection of tho differ
ent embassies and the. foreign popula
tion generally in tho event of a
renewal of disturbances hero. The
plan is understood to include tho united
action of tho guardshlps of all the pow
ers, each ship being assigned a certain
position, and men to be landed at a
given signal to protect threatened
points. Tho defenses of tho embassies
will also, it is rumored, bo considerably
strengthened by an increase in tho
number of men now guarding them and
by other precautions which will tcDd
to make them capable of resisting at-
tack'for a considerable time. It is also
reported that, in possible contincen
cics, a number of additional warships
of tho powors will reinforce the guard'
ships now doing duty in theso waters.
N. & W. RAILROAD SYSTEM
Sold to the Re-Organlzatlon Committee
for Tbreu Million Dollars.
Norfolk, Va., Sept 15. Tho Nor
folk fc Western railroad system, except
tho Maryland & "Washington and the
Lynchburg & Durham branches, was
sold hero Tuesday under an order
of the United States court under the
foreclosure of what is known as its
100-year mortgages. It was sold to
tho re-organization committee of tho
bondholders at tho price of 83,000,000,
subject however to a mortgage indebt
edness of upwards of 522,000,000.
About 000 miles of road and equipment
was included in the purchase Tuesday.
Tho rest of the system, the Maryland
& Washington and Lynchburg & Dur
ham branches, 330 miles in all, will be
sold at Roanoke Wednesday. Tues
day's purchasers are all New York peo
ple. Tramps Burned.
Chicago, Sept. 15. A special from
Hoopstone, 111., bays: The charred re
mains of four bodies were found Mon
day in the wreckage of the burning
train at Wellington. It is known that
ten or twelve tramps wore on the train,
and as 23 cars were enveloped in flames
simultaneously, it is thought none of
them escaped. One corpse found Fri
day was identified Friday by a railroad
card in his pocket as A. L. Henton, of
Salina Lodge No. 5, Slater, Mo.
Sir Charles' Rnssell Given a Reception.
Philadelphia, Sept. 15. Sir Charles
Russell, lord chief justice of England,
was given a reception Tuesday after
noon in the directors' room of tho
Pennsylvania Railroad Co., which was
attended by the officials and many
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Against the British Government
Hatched in America.
Movements of Alleged Dynamiters
Known to Officials for Some Time.
The Conspirators In Communication With
Prominent Russian Nihilists in thel
United States Prime Movers in the
Scheme Said to Ho Kx-I'onlans.
London, Sept. 15. A communication
of a semi-official character was issued
Monday ufternoon touching the arrest
of tho alleged dynamite conspirators.
The communication says, among other
things, that tho Scotland Yard officials
have been fully aware for some time
past that a gang of desperadoes
have been engaged in America in pre
paring tho details, and arranging the
ramifications of an extensive and dia
bolical plot to perpetrate a dynamite
outrage in England and establish a
reign of terror. Chief Inspector Mcll
vllle, of the Metropolitan police, has
had charge of the Scotland Yard ar
rangements for frustrating the designs
of the conspirators and gradually
and, with great secrecy, drew a net
work around tho plotters. Iho fact
was known to th police that the con
spirators were in close communication
with prominent Russian nihilists in
the United States, and through this in'
formation, tho police were enabled to
discover, upon almost undoubted
evidence, that tho conspiracy had
recently developed a scheme to
perpetrate an outrage on the
Czar upon tho occasion of his
visit to England. Tho prime movers of
tho plot were Fenians in America, and
when they had carried their conspiracy
as far as they could in the United
States, Tynan and the other principal
agents were sent to Europe to put the
designs of the plotters into operation.
They left America a3 secretly as possi
ble, coming by different routes. Their
arrival was known, however, and
their every movement was dogged
by the Scotland Yard detec
tives. After treating of the arrests
of the dynamiters and the capture by
the police of all their doenments, etc.,
tho communication adds that Bell was
assigned to go to Scotland to direct a
scries of outrages there, the necessary
explosives to be bent to him from Bel
gium as they might be required.
When Bell was taken into custody he
had between 800 and 400 pounds in
cash upon his person, together with
American letters of credit
London, Sept 15. The Central News
says tnat the plot in winch, it is
charged? Tynan, Bell, Wallace and
ICearncy were implicated was hatched
in the United States, and that it
was -widespread in its ramifications,
not only in England, but in various
continental countries. The conspir
acy was started months ago, and,
although thoso connected with it
thought they were working with the
utmost secrecy, so far as tho authori
ties were concerned, there were among
the plotters two or three agents
oft he British government who kept
the London police advised of every
move that was made or proposed by
the conspirators from the very incep
tion of tho plot The police here knew
even tho names of the men who were
selected by the American revolutionary
society to cause explosions in England
and on the continent. It was well
known that ever since tho defeat of
the Irish homo rule bill, the ph3'sical
force party had been active in the
spread of its propaganda, and steps
were at once taken to closely but se
cretly watch those who it was antici
pated would bo likely to enter into a
conspiracy against tho government.
Glasgow, Sept. 15. Edward Hell,
the alleged dynamite conspirator, who
was arrested here on Saturday, has
mado a statement through his lawyer
in which he says that he is a native of
Harlem, N. Y. He loft New York city
on August 10 for Antwerp from which
placo he went to Barlln, later to Lou
don and finally came to Glasgow.
It was his intention, ho says, to
sail from Liverpool for New York
Tuesday. Hell admits that he is a
member of an Irish club in Now York
but denies that ho is associated with
any conspiracy. Tho incriminating
documents found in his possession, he
bays, wero not found in the lavatory of
the hotel in which ho was stopping as
was stated Monday but woro dropped
by somebody in a London music hall
where ho picked them up.
1 A Canadian Allen Lot.
New Youk, Sept 15. A special from
Toronto says: "Tho proposal to
adopt a Canadian alien law compelling
residence - in the dominion of all
Americans having employment in this
country and the deportation of all
who come hero under contract to work
unless tho alien labor law of tho Unit
ed States is abrogated meets with ih?
general approval ', of tho working
classes hore. and will, In all probabili
ty, bo carried out within tho next six
Senator Lindsay to Tako the Stump.
FnANKFOiiT, Ky., Sopt. IB. Senator
Lindsay lias put "his services on tho
stump at the dlsposalf tho 6xecutive
commlttco of the Palmer and Buckncr
domocracy of this state. He was given
a number of assignments to speak in
the larger towns of the $tato. Col.
Breckinrldgo was given a list of ap
The Spaniards' Way.
Madrid, Sept. 15. Among tho insur
gents shot at Cavito, Philippine Islands,
wore two merchants whoso Joint for
tunes amounted to tijn million francs
tho govoronor of a, prison at Cavito and
several chemists. , .-
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JUDGE TWIQG'S STORY
Causes n Great Sensation In Georgia A
SwAiNSliono, Ga., Sept 15. Judge H.
I). Twiggs, tho most prominent crimi
nal lawyer in Georgia, has given to tho
press a statement concerning tho duel
in which he was'reported as figuring,
and the statement is of itself highly
sensational. The story referred to was
that Col. George Brinson, democratic
nominee for senator from this district,
had dropped from his pocket a note of
6. compromising nature written him by
Mm. Twiggs; that thu note was sent
Judge Twiggs, und a challenge to mor
tal pombat followed.
Judge Twiggs denies the story. Ho
tells another, however, that has caused
an equally great sensation in Georgia.
He hays that during the illness of Mrs.
Twiggs she was nursed -by a lady, an
intimate friend. Col. Brinson, he
says, did get a letter, but it
was from this lady, in whom he and
Mrs. Twiggs had placed the greatest
confidence; that this letter referred to
past meetings of a compromising char
acter, asked for money and refered to
meetings in the future. Judge Twiggs
declines to give tho lady's name be
cause of her high connection in Georgia,
but says ho can not refrain making
this publication in justice to his inno
Tho story of Judge Twigg's marriage
is recalled. lie was regarded the most
prominent lawyer In Augusta. One of
his clients was Mrs. Harrison, for
whom ho got a divorce. He went west,
was divorced from his wife, and, mar
rying tho once Mrs. Harrison, returned
to Georgia. It is believed that this last
card will bring on more trouble, as
Col. Brinson is expected to resent its
reference to his affairs.
WM. J. BRYAN,
Tho Democrutlr Candidate for President,
Itcaches Louisville In un Kihnustod Con
dition. Louisville, Ky., Sept. 15. Tired al
most to tho point of prostration after a
fatiguing journey of 14 hours from St.
Louis; his voice nearly gone from the
effort expended in a score of speeches,
Hon. V. J. Bryan reached Louisville
at 7:50 o'clock Monday night.
The day had been extremely hot
nnd tho wear und tear on the
democratic candidate's system began to
show shortly after he crossed the Ohio
into Kentucky. Ho had not intended
to make many speeches but tho en
thusiasm of the crowds, at every sta
tion where a stop was made, carried
him away and his resolution went for
naught. As a consequence he had
hardly voico and strength enough left
on reaching Louisvile to comply with
tho requirements of his programme for
TWO OUTLAWS, I
The Worst In Alabama, Killed by Ex-Dep-uty
Sheriff C. II. Cole.
Bikminoiiam, Ala., Sept 15. Bart
Thrasher, the noted Bibb county out
.a'w, desperado and penitentiary es
cape, who a month ago killed
Deputy Sheriff Bass at Blocton, car
rying out a threat to kill a num
ber of men who had killed Lige
Thrasher, a younger brother, was shot
and killed Monday evening, near Horse
creek, in Walker county, by ex-Deputy
Sheriff C. II. Cole, of Birmingham.
Cole was ono of the men on the list
whom Thrasher had decided to kill to
"Panther," another desperado and a
pal of Thrasher, was shot and killed at
the same time by Deputy Sheriff Ball,
who was with Cole.
SKULL CRUSHED. '
Charles Illi'kuj Murderously Assaulted by
John Hell nt Cnlro.
GAirso, 111., Sept. 15. Charles Hickey
was murderously assaulted by John
Bell at midnight in front of the Plant
ers' House. Hickey was sitting in a
chair, talking to a friend, when
Bell cane up behind him and
struck him several blows over
the head with a hammer, fracturing
his skull. His injuries are considered
fatal. The cause of the assault is a
mystery. Hickey is a traveling man,
and lives at Hast St. Louis. Ho was
returning from New Orleans. Boll
runs a little restaurant on tho levee.
Ho was immediately arrested,
Wiu.,,1. llrynn In Kvansvlllc.
Evansville, Ind., Sept. 15. .Mr.
Bryan reached Evansville shortly be
fore 1 o'clock. He was placed in a car
rlagoand taken to an open lot 100
yards from where tho train stopped.
The lot was crowded to its outskirts
with people. Two Bryan und Sewall
clubs arrived nfte'r Mr. Bryan reached
the covered stand, from which he mado
his speech, and increased tho gather
ing. It is estimated that tho crowd
which heard Mr. Bryan at Evansvillo
numbered 8,000 people, perhaps a thou
Owensboko, Ky., Sept 15. A stop of
ten minutes was made by the Bryan
party at Owensboro, tho home of Urey
Woodson, national committcraan from
Kentucky, whoso guest Mr. Bryan will
be while traveling through tho state.
Imprisoned, Hue Unhurt.
Walkeii's Mills, Pa., Sept 15. An
explosion of fire damp Monday morn
ing in tho old Hawknest coal mine,
broke down portions of the roof and
imprisoned soveral miners, all of whom
woro rescued without Injury.
Will Tynan lie Uxtradltcd?
P.UU8, Sept. 15. M. Henri Boohefort,
the well-known editor of L'Intran
slgercnt, says that ho does not beliovo
that tho French government will grant
the extradition of Tynan.
Treasury Gold ltesertq Increased,
Washington, Sept. 15, Tho treas
ury gold reserve at tho close of busi
ness Monday stood at 8113,678,280, The
dayj-s withdrawals at New York were
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Now null Interesting Happenings Within
That Itockefeller Had l'orcliased the
JnhnHon Mcel Plant Co. Denied
Cleveland, O., Sept. 15. The rumor
in circulation Monday that .lohn I).
Rockefeller had purchased the John
son Steel Co. plant at Lorain, 0 , was
denied by President A. .J. Moxhuin, of
the .lohnsou Co. Mr. UocUufellcr Is
building a big fleet of ore carrying
vessels to carry the ore from his mines
on Lake Superior, and this has led
many to believe that he intended to
acquire a steel plant. He has been
seen very often of late driving about
the country in the vicinity of Lorain,
apparently making a careful examina
tion of the country between Lorain
and Elyria, and shrewd poople drew
conclusions. Nothing is known be
yond President Mohnm's denial.
To Capture a Cowardly Aetmllunt of Wom
en Near Mnrysvllle, O.
Mauy&vii.i.e, ()., Sent 15 George
Orr, about 'M years of uge, became
drunk Sunday and went to the resi
dence of Ills brother, Frank Orr. and
engaged in a quarrel with bis wife and
boat her in a terrible manner. Her
mother interfered and he knocked her
down and beat her. Win. Trimbey
then stopped in and Orr beat him
up terribly, and theu threw him in the
creek. A warrant was issued for his
arrest, and Marshal Newlove secured
the services of Game Warden Spencer
and his bloodhounds. The hounds
were placed on tho track, and located
the criminal about tour miles north of
town in a fence corner, no was safely
landed in jail.
A LOCKED DOOR
Prevents un Otllcer Prom Cupturluc Uurc
lars ut Defiance.
Dr.riANCE, O., Sept- 15. A robbery
here Sunday was somewhat peculiar.
The police were uwaro that tho rob
bery would occur. The Harlcy store
was robbed. The burglars had
been overheard planning their work,
and Ofiicer Boss wa3 detailed to sta
tion himself in the building. A locked
door prevented him from reaching the
burglars, who escaped with some
clothing. Monday morning two young
men, who refused to give their names,
were arrcsted.on suspicion. The great
er portion of the stoleu property was
found in an empty box car.
t Color Lino lu the Schools.
Oxfohi), 0., Sept. 15. After a pro
longed legal fight the colored children
v ere admitted to the white school here,
but about (10 of them wero put in one
room and kept by themselves. A few
are scattered in other grades. The
colored people claim improper classifi
cation for tho purpose of maintaining
the colored room, and are determined
to break up the room. Tho appoint
ment of Gertie Jones,, colored, as a
teacher is also demanded.
ftled nt I'm Atfe of til Vo-irs.
Sidney, 0., Sept. 15. John Baker, a
pioneer resident of this county, died
at Anna Monday of dropsy. He was
81 years old, and came to this county
when it was all forest.
Aiikiideun, O., Sept 15. Tho leading
hotel of this placo, tho Mineral Woll
houso, was burglarized, tho day's re
ceipts, amounting to S30, and a watch,
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Cambria Mills Resume Operations.
Johnstown1, Pa., Sept. 15. After a
shut down of nine days 3,000 men havp
resumed work at tho Cambria mills
General Managor Pierce states that tho
steel works, open hearth, blooming
mill No. 1, rail mill and three blast,
furnaces are the departments which:
have resumed. At the timo of tho shut
down it was announced that the slump;
In business was only temporary and
tho resumption was expected.
Parcels for Honduras.
New Yonic, Sept. 15. A parcels post
convention has been concluded between,
the United States and the republic of
Honduras. Parcels will bo taken int
tho malls at New York, San Francisco
and New Orleans destined for tho post
offices at Geauchigolpa, Puerto Cortez,
Amapala and Grujillo, tho postal rates
and conditions being tho same as thoso
governing the parcels post exchange
with British Guiana.
Corned Iteet for Japan,
Kansas City, Ma, Sept. 15. Tho
local packing house of Armour & Co.
has received an order direct from tho
Japanese government for IS car-loads
of corned beef. Tho order is ono of
the'biggest ever received here and will
be ready for shipment within about ten
Kode Off a llrldge.
Cllici.KVlLLK, O., Sept 15. Tho coun
ty commissioners havo been sued for
S3.000 by Ralph Watts. Watts rodo off
a small bridge after night and was in
ternally injured. The bridge was
more than five feet high and was with
out guard rails, which, it is claimed, is
contrary to the law.
Coal MJner Crushed.
Athens, O., Sept 15. Theodore Hal
terman, a miner, working in Mine No.
2, near Glonster, was fatally injured
Tuesday morning by a large piece of
coal falling on his head, fracturing
his skull. He has a wife and two chil
dren. Summer Itesort Hotel llurned.
Cleveland, O., Sept 15. A special
to the Press from Sandusky, O., says:
Seharft's summer hotel at Kelley'a
island, burned to the ground Tuesday
morning. The loss is total and will
Got. liradley In Ohio.
Colujidus, O.. Sept. 15. The repub
lican stato committee announces that
it lias secured the services of Gov.
Bradley, of Kentucky, and that he will
make at least two speeches in this
state, one at Cleveland on September
2S, and another at Zanesvillo on Sep
Hla7e nt Hurllncton.
Bellaike, O , Sept. 15. The Don
canning works, stables and two dwell
ing houses, located in the village of
Burlington, seven miles east of here,
were burned Monday night. The loss
is fully 512,000; insurance 0,200. Cause
"a ynan iJumuti& Protection
Paris, Sept. 15. P. J. Tynan, tho
Irish "Invincible" who was arrested at
Boulogne on Sunday, has appealed to
United States Ambassador Kustis, and
also to President Cleveland, demanding
the protection of the United States
government as an American citizen.
Tell Off n Freight Trnln.
Galion, O., Sept. 15. A 10-year-old
boy named Higgins, of Cleveland, was
instantly killed by falling off a Big
Four freight train in the yards hero
Monday night. He was tramping,
btatu Fair Dellclt.
Columhus, O., Sept. 15. The Ohio
state fuir. just ended, did not pay ox
penses. According to tho reportof As
sistant Secretary Jennings there is a
not deficit of 310,701.01.
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