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MARIETTA DAILY LEADER.
VOX.. II. NO. 225
MABIETTA, OHIO, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1896.
PRICE ONE CENT
In Ogden and Vicinity, Caused
by a Wind Storm.
The Large Warehouse of Kiesel & Co.,
Wholesale Grocers, Blown Down.
The Contents Fired by Elcctrlo Wires, und,
Together With Many Small Dulldlnt,
Completely Destroyed The Storm
lu Salt Lake and Vicinity.
Ooden, Utnh, Sept. 10. bgden and
vicinity have Friday been visited by a
terrific windstorm which began at
about noon and is atlll raging. There
is no accompaniment of rain or hull,
but the gales is blowing at about sicty
miles an hour. Trees huvo been blown
down and plate glass, fronts blown iu,
but no serious data ago occurred
until 8:30 Friday evening, when
a lnrgo three btory ware
house, fifty by ono hundred feet,
brick, belonging to Kiesel it Co., whole
sale groceries, was blown down and
the contents fired by electric wires. A
few minutes after tHC crash tho wholn
outfit was a mass of flames, und many
smaller buildings were completely de
stroyed with it. The damage and loss
will exceed 5100,000.
There were several smaller fires but
no damage to exceed 81,000.
Salt Lake, Utah, Sept. 19. This
city and vicinity caught a part of tho
storm which wrought havoc in Ogdcn,
but little damago was done here be
yond the blowing down 6f some elec
tric wires and the uprooting of a few
trees. In the south the storm was
more severo and telegraph and tele
phone wires are nearly all down so
that little news can be obtained.
Ills Son Charged With the Crime.
New York, Sept. 10. Arnold Flesh,
a member of the cloakmaklng firm of
Bernard Pastprnak & Co., and a
wealthy resident of Uarlem, was bhot
in tho breast and both arms in his
room at tho Hotel Petcler, on Lexing
ton avenue, and his son William has
been arrested on a charge of attemp'ted
Can Not Extradite Tynan.
Paris, Sept. 19. It is now said that
it is Impossible to extradite Tynan on
tho charge of having been connected
with tho Phccnix Park murders, as tho
French statute of limitations inter
Japanese" Cabinet Appointments.
Yokohama, Sept. 10. Count Matsu
kata has been appointed prime minis
ter. nnS mlniatcr of finance. Vlscounl
Takashlrna, minister of war and Count
Okuma minister of foreign affairs.
How's This For
Some dealers are always trying to see how little they can give for
money. WE are always trying to see HOW MUCH we can give;
not because we're any better than they, but because it pays us.
PAYS US, mind you. It pays us because it brings new customers
and pleases our old ones. So you see our reason is a selfish one.
Some of Our Matchless Bargains
for This Week.
rtJ fk ft All wool suits In dark
O 0.11 gray, fancy plaids, blue
and black. Not a suit
worth less than S8.00.
Fine all wool, woolon and
worsted suits, comprising
Scotch Fancies, Thlbets
and Clav Worsteds. Not a suit worth
less than 812,00.
0 Boys' heavy Casslmore,
single and double breast-
rl lrtttrr rnf Bllltie TtfrtW
fall goods. Well made.
A full line of Furnishing Goods and Hats in all
the latest fall styles.
Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers, '
Cor, Front and Butler sts., Old J. 0. Building
A Presbyterian Church In Mexico Attack
ed by Mud ATob.
Mexico City, SJept. 19. In tho night
of tho 15th inst. u mob attacked tho
Presbyterian Church at Aguas Call
cntcs, the pastor of which is Hcv. D,
H. Sharp. The mob broke tho win
dows and doors with stones. Mr.
Sharp's house wns also attacked. On
tho 10th ins', a crowd attacked tho
Morelos Protestant college in tho same
city, breaking every window in it. Sev
eral nrrcsts have been made, and tho
authorities aro anxious to identify tho
IcaderB. United States Minister Ran
som has also been appealed Co to use
his best offices with the government
to secure the punishment of the of
fenders. Ono Dead, the Other Vying.
St. Joseph, Mo., Sept. 19. J. Fowler
who was arrested in Kansas CiVy sev
eral days since for abusing his wife,
whom ho alleged had run away from
him in Oklahoma, came hero Thursday
having followed his wifo for tho pur
pose of getting possession of his chil
dren. Friday morning ho met her and
after a few words pulled a revolver
and shot her dead and fired two bullets
Into his own brain. He will die.
Not Cnough Money.
Wasiiinoton, Sept. 19. Owing to tho
inadequacy of the present appropria
tion for the collection of customs, the
secretary of the treasury has been
compelled to ordpr a reduction of $150,
500 in the expenses during tho balance
of the fiscal year in 19 customs offices.
The secretary recommends a reduction
of the force and salaries or asufficicnt
liklS for Torpedo Boats.
Wasiiixotonj Sept. 10. Bids for
building 30 torpedo boats, authorized
by the last session of congress, were
opened at the navy department Fridaj .
The act made provision for as many
smaller boats, not to exceed ten, as
could bo obtained for the sum of S'SOO,
000. No bids were received from the
Gulf coast, the Mississippi and Mis
An Increase In Freight Kates.
FRANKroRT, Ivy., Sept. 19. It leaks
out here that there is a deal on be
tween railroads throughout tho south
to increase freight rate,s from St Louis,
Louisvillo and other big shipping
points. The increase will be about
one-third. It will go into effect in a
week or ten days.
Three of a Kind.
Montgomery, Ala., Sept. 19. A col
ored woman named Burris, living in
the suburbs, gave birth a few days ago
to three vigorous plckaninies. Tho
proud fatlrer has named them William
Mclvinley, Garrett Hobart and Mark
Fine all wool and worsted
suits, comprising all the
niA in At4 fnnnrf nnl .
orings in Choyiots, Vienna and Clay
weaves. Any suit in this lot worth $10.
dtfn ft ft Your choice of tho finest
CflC,il imported woolon and
worsted suits, silk and
satin lined and tailored equal to tho
finest to order suit, comprising fino
Twoods, Scotches, Wales and Clay.
Tf (t Boys fine all wool double
vMiJ.UU r single breasted, long
njint Rlllt.R. All tho nnw
wool Imported long
suits. All styles and
The Sultan of Turkey, in Dan
ger of Assassination.
Several of the Young Turk Party
Killed in Trying to Reach Him.
The lirltlsh Are Aronned und Meetlncs
Are Held In Several Cities Lord Salis
bury Called Upon to Knit the Helen
of -Terror and Massacre.
London, Sept, 10. The Daily Mail
publishes a dispatch from Vienna say
ing that hovcin! men have been killed
during the last few days while at
tempting to reach the tultan's apart
ments with tile object of.assabslnating
Mass meetings to osjpress tho Indig
nation felt against tho sultan were
held In Birmingham and other cities In
England. Resolutions wcro adopted
which in general terms called upon tho
government to take immediate and act
ive steps to end the reign of terror in
In Bristol and elsewhere, amend
ments to the resolutions were of
fered urging Great Britain to act forci
bly alone, if necessary, but these
amendments were defeated.
A few days ago Mr. Gladstone wiote
a letter to tho organizers of the Liver
pool anti-sultan demonstration declar
ing that he would not attend if tho
resolution to be submitted should in
clude a summons to the government to
vlcclaro war against Turkey. In reply
the organizers said they would be sat
isfied if Mr. Gladstone would attend
A dispatch in tho New Frie Presso of
Vienna says that the sultan has com
missioned a Russian general to inspect
the forts of the Dardanelles This, the
Presso adds, is the sultan's reply to
England's request that he abdicate.
The Globe and other EiigllJ&i napolS
which at first threw doubt upon tho
statement that Lord Salisbury had de
termined to take independent action
against the sultan In the event of fur
ther massacres, now admit that there
are signs of "a stronger British pol
icy," which will venture far in direct
coercion of the porte.
Annul. hamid, sultan or turkey.
It must bo confessed, however, that
this policy seems slow of application.
Newspaper articles sieh as those which
havo appeared in the I'all Mall Gazette
and the St. .James' Gazette, pointing
out tho benefits that would accrue to
the Christian subjects of tho porte
through an alliance between Great
Britain, the United States and Italy,
ulso tend to show that England is not
over-anious to undertake by herself
the settlement of tho Turkish difficul
ties. Cynical observers of events say
that Great Britain will never be able to
use the United States as a cat's-paw for
drawing tho eastern chestnut out of
A dispatch from Rome says that Vice
Admiral Canovaro, with the Flying
Squadron will leave for tho Levant at
the earliest moment possible.
New Process of Hteel Making.
lllllMlNOli.vsi, Ala., Sept. 10. Great
interest is manifested hero in tho re
sults of recent experiments in steel
making. The low Silicon iron now
manufactured by the Tenncsseo Coal
and Iron Co. and the Sloss Co, has at
tracted special attention in this sec
tion. Chicago parties havo joined With
local capital in exploiting tho new
process, and a 500-ton steel plant is tho
practical outcomo of the undertaking.
The Proposals Announced.
Washington, Sept. 10. Formal
awards of the 11,000 ton battleships, for
which proposals were opened last Mon
day, were announced by Acting Secre
tary McAdoe Saturday morning. Tho
Newport News Co. was given No. 7,
tho Cramps No. 8 and tho Scotts, of
San Francisco, No. 0.
Ills Death Was Untimely.
Minneapolis, Minn,, Sept. 10. E. J.
Mattson, a clork at tho National hotel
in this clty,dled Friday morning about
five minutes before a telegram reached
tho hotel announcing that his uncle in
Now York had. died and left a fortune
of upward of 81,500,000 to himself and
l'uul's Invcntluu for NnvlgatlnK the
Air Troves n Sueress.
Chicago, Sept. 19. The first free test
of Octave Chanuto's Albatross soaring
muchinc, invented and constructed by
Wm. Paul, was made at Millers, Ind.,
under favorable conditions. While the
machine was heavily loaded with bal
last, so as to prevent it from flying any
great distance, aud was anchored by
four ropes, each 200 feet long, tho three
poiuts which the trial was to decide
first, as to whether it would leave tho
chute evenly; second, whether it would
right Itself iu the air, and third,
whol her. whyn it commenced to de
scend, it would move downward slowly
aud alight easily woru ull determined
in a manner gratifying both to its in
ventor and owner.
The flight was less than 100 feet, but
tho decent and final alighting on the
sand were us graceful and oven as
those of the bird from which the ma
chine was patterned. The trial proved
thut the machine is perfectly safe, a
proof which was the more acceptable
inasmuch as it had boon assorted that
the machine as dangerous, and that
an attempt to fly it would bo sure to
result in the death of the operator.
SCHOOLS MAY CLOSE.
Impure Water Causes Illness Among
Chicago, Sopt 19. The public schools
of Chicago may bo closed at any mo
ment, on the order of Commissioner of
Health Kerr, because the water supply
afforded them by the board of educa
tion, without filters, is impure. Mon
day's rise of 2Vf inches has carried out
to the intake pipes of the various cribs
of the city all of the filth of tho sew
ers This, later, has been brought
back to the school children in the
drinking water w hich is offered to them
in the school buildings througli faw-
cets unprotected from tho contamina
tion of lake water.
The grand jury, now in session, has
been so seriously impressed by the ap
parent neglect of the board of educa
tion that it will investigate all crimi
nal neglect as to the character of the
water now coining to citizens. Ty
phoid, scarlet fever, diphtheria and
other diseases which quickly attack
the children of the schools arc now se
riously prevalent In all parts of the
' SUGAR BOUNTY.
Germany About Tired of the Uuslncss and
Wants an International Compact for
Abrogation of All Such ISountlcs.
London, Sept. 10. The News Friday
morning publishes a dispatch from Ber
lin saying that tho recent law Increas
ing the bounties on sugar for export
has led to a compulsory overpro
duotion and a lowering of prices iu
For instance, 100 kilograms of sugar
sold in March at 24K marks. Tho
same quantity now brings only 17 3-5
marks. A meeting of manufacturers
has been held in Berlin, at which it
was decided to ask the government to
effect an international agreement for
the universal abrogation of sugar
WM. d. BflYAN
Greeted by nn Immense Crowd nt Rich
Richmond, Va., Sept. 19. In all his
career Wm. J. Bryan never received a
greeting so enthusiastic, so wildly de
monstrative as that given him by Rich
mond Friday night. Not even the re
coption at Columbus and Toledo, al
though they were greater by far in the
attendance, could compare in frantic
excess of partisan emotion to tho man
ner in which the great audience that
heard him Friday night gave him wel
come. Mr. Bryan's greeting at tho
railroad station when he reach Rich
m6nd at 7 o'clock from Goldsboro, N.
C, was flattering enough, but it was
as nothing beside his other and more
How many thousand people woru at
the station, it is impossible to sayrbut
there wero enough at hand to fill tho
surrounding streets. They shouted
with an energy inconsistent with tho
heat, and thronged about Bryan's ear
riago yolling frantically.
Tho candidate was whirled away to
tho residence of J. Taylor Ellison,
chairman of the state democracy.whcro
they gave him something to cut und
allowed him to recover a little from
tho offects of tho heat. Then ho was
whirled uway to tho place w hero ho
made his principal address.
The great auditorium of tho stato ex
position building was tho scene of tho
meeting, addressed by Mr. Bryan. It
is said that there aro 10,000 seats on
the iloor; several thousand more in tho
galleries aud that the grand capacity
with evory seat occupied, every bit of
aisle space filled, Is fully 18,000. But
Friday night tho basis for these esti
mates wero not available.
'Itoth flames Postponed.
PiTTSiiunou, Pa., Sept. 10. The two
guinea lor Saturday afternoon betweon
tho Loulsv.lle and Pittsburgh clubs
huve been postponed on account of wot
grounds. Tho Louisville club play at
Cincinnati Sunday and will loturn to
Pittsburgh on Monday tojplny off tho
postponed games, t
After l'oor Year.
Ricusiond, Ky., Sept. 10. -Deputy
Sheriff Harris, of Estello county, has
gono to Motley, Minn,, with a requisi
tion for Joseph Williams, who shot his
brother-in-law at Irvine four years
ago. Williams will be brought back to
T7in Treasury Gold Keserve.
ashinqton, Sept-10. The treasury
trold reserve at the closo of business
Frjday stood at 8115,424.42.. Tho day's
withdrawals of gold at New York wore
s Jl f' wiv (- fV
A cream of tartar Baking Powder. Highest
or all in leavening strength. Latett United
atatee Government Food Report.
Royal Baking Powoek Co.. 106 Wall St.,N.Y
There is Still No Distinct Im
provement in Business.
Speculative Buying of Materials for
Future Use Continues,
I'artlrnliirl) bo In Cotton, Hides, Wool and
I'll; Iron small Earnings Tnase a
Wiakhess lu stocks Fallui for
the IVeek Were 3 1 :
Nhtt York, Sept," 19. I!. '. Dun
Co., io their weekly revitv i trade
Tliutu is still no distict :i ovement
in business, although condn.uns faor
it. Confidurce slowly rises, specula
live buying of materials for future use
contluucs, unpen ts of gold do not cease
and tlii' Bank of England has not tried
to chock them by further advance in
rates, as the weight of the demand now
talis upon France. But t enormoua
usiaus is hold baU unt.l the future
! more clear.
Outside of speculative markets the
impression grows that certain and safe
revival may not be expected until No
vember. In cotton, hides, wool a-id pig iron
bu3'ing openly speculative i i character
marks tho current business
Resumption of work by a good part
of tho Full River cotton mills and ad
vances In some kinds of cotton goods
helped to raise the price of middling
uplands to 8c again, though realiz
ing sent it down to 8c.
W enkness in stocks was partly duo
to small earnings, St. Paul especially
reporting decrease and all reports for
September thus far (lecrease 10-G per
cent, from last year and 13.1 from lfa92,
returns being less favorable for the sec
ond than for the first week. The west
bound movement is light, especially in
dry goods and shoe, but eastbound
tonnage from Chicago lias been as
large as last year, uad four per cent,
larger than in lbDJ.
The one industry showing increases
of working force is the cotton manu
facturej restr'ction of outp-it having
secured more iibalthy demand for some
goods Most of the mills have started
or are about to start, though the uncer
tainty of the cotton market embarrass
es prices. I'ricc-. of staple goods have,
advanced so generally that the average
of r. preventative quotations are 15.7 per
cent, higher than in the llrjt week of
August. No such improvement is seen
in woolens, but the speculative buying
of wool, nearly all at lioaton, lias raised
sales to 17,77.5,330 pounds lor the past
three weeks against 17,l'i;,170 last
year and 21,572,100 In ISO..
Tho iron and steel manufacture is
still waiting for business with nearly
half its producing capicity idle, but
hopefulness and the speculative buying
ot pig iron sustain prices. Sales said
to amount to 25,000 tons havo been
made of Alabama iron for shipment to
England, but the home demand docs
not enlarge nt all.
Gold imports continue, over 85,000,.
000 having been ordered, making S.1G,
885,000 in all, of which about &24,8')0,.
000 has arrived. The interior move
ment draws oft' tho money about as
fast as it comes, 54,05J,000 having gone
westward this week. Iho New Or
leans difficulties have passed, but the
northwest is making laige drafts.
Failures for the past week have been
317 in tho United States against 213
last year, and 32 in Canada against S2
last year. .
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band; price 50 cents.
1 STAH clothing house
,. P. S. -We take
Arrival and Departure of Trains,
n. & o. s.w.
ukpaiit 4.00 a. m., 10:10 a. m , 3:00 rm itB
p. m , 7:00 p. m., 11 :!fi p. m.
AnmvE-8:0S a. m., 8:10 a. m., IS. 18, p. in., t IN
p. m., 0:40, p. m., 8:55 p, m.
T. & O.C. El.
Leave 2.10 p. m., 0:00, 4:00 a.m
arrive.., 4:4 12:15 p m, 7:30 a.m
C. &. M.
Leave 8:23 a.m. l:Mp.ra
Arriv si 11:15 a.m., 7:05 p. ta
Leave 6:.0a. m., i:40p. to
aiuuvk 10:40 a.m., 5:65 p.m
O. R. It. It. (Eastern Time.)
South 0:34 a.m.; 3:03. 7:3.1 p.m
North 12:32,3:50a.m.; 7:27 p.m
SUED FOR LIBEL.
A 8100,000 Dnmaeo snlt Kntereil Anlnst
tho I'hllndelphln Times.
Philadelphia, Sept. in. James lu
Miles, who was on Monday nominated
for sheriff by tho republican conven
tion, has warrants issued for the arrest
of Col. A. K. McClurc, editor, and
Frank McLaughlin, publisher, of tho
Times on the charge of criminal libel.
A civil suit was also instituted by Mr.
Miles against Col. McClurc, Mr. Mc
Laughlin and the Times Publishing
Co. for damages in tho sum of $100,000.
Tho actions began by Mr. Miles arc
based upon an editorial article in
Thursday's issue of tho Times unc!r
the caption of a public affront. The
case will come up Tuesday next.
U. S. TROOPS
Will Assist tho Marshals in an Attempt to
Capture tho Border Uandlts.
Silvkis Citv, N. M., Sept. 19. Capt.
Pitcher, with 50 men, composing one
troop of the First United States cav
nlry, left hero at ono o'clock- Friday
morning for Deming to assist the mar
shals' posse in another attempt to cap
ture the gang of border bandits which,
recently made the attack on tho Mexi
can custom house at Las Potomas. Tho
gang numbers 24 men and aro reported,
encamped in the Florldas mountains
60uth of Deming in New Mexico, hav
ing crossed tho lino after the attack.
'Tho Mexican troops are also in pursuit,
AltRcld for benator.
Chicago, Sept. 10. Chairman Hin
richscn, of the democratic state com
mittee and one of Gov. Altgeld's clobest
political friends, said Friday: "If tho
democrats carry the legislature Gov.
Altgeld will no doubt be the choice of
the party for United States senator.
The only obstacle is that he may not
care to resign tho olllce of governor.
If tho republicans vt in, John R. Tanner,
who will then be governor, will be tho
choice for senator, because Alderman
Madden and Wm E. Mason will kill
each other in the fight.
Exodos From Chicago for Canton.
Chicago, Sept. 19. Tho biggest exo
dus of the campaign for Cantou took
place Friday night, when over 4,000
members of railroad "sound-money"
clubs, Mclvinley and Tanner clubs,
the Union Stock Yards and Transit
Company's Sound Money club, the
Railway Commercial Men's and West
ern Union Telegraphers' Sound Money
clubs went on ten special grains to pay
their respects toMaj. McKinley. There
was an abundance of enthusiasm and
Lord Chief Justice Ilussell.
Washington, Sept. 19. Lord Chief
Justice Russell, accompanied by his
wife and daughter, Friday visited
points of interest in this city. United
States Attorney General Harmon, Jus
tice Harlan, ot the United States su
premo court, and Gi-i. A. W. Greely,
chief of the signal service, escorted tho
visitors. The party started early visit
ing the white housj shortly after 9
Mulue's Ixat t Figures.
Portland, Me., Sept. 19. Complete
returns of Mondaj's election aro at
hand. The total vote was: Tor
Powers; (rep.) SJ,57.i, for Frank (dem.)
3l,b41. Republican plurality 48,733,
against 12,003 in 1S92 and 3S,y7S in 189i
cl! Ivnon n Author Dead.
Chicago, Sept. 19. James S. Norton,
lawyer, orator and author, died at his
summer home at Lake Geneva, after
an illness lasting through three years.
At tho opening of tho"World's fair Mr.
Norton vt as chosen to read the Decla
ration of Independence. Mr. Norton's
stories and other litorary productions
have appeared in Scribner's, tho Cen
tury and other periodicals.
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