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MARIETTA BACLY LEADER.
VOX.. II. SfO. 226
MARIETTA, OHIO, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1896.
PRICE ONE CENT
Finds Two Satchels and a Trunk
Full of Dynamite Bombs.
The Explosives Wore Found in the
Closet of an Anarchist's Room.
Two Years Ago ttio Satchels and Trunk
Were Loft With the Hoarding Mouse
Itoepor by the Owner,' Who Then
lft for Tnrts Unknown.
Chicago, Sept 81. Two satchels
nnd u largo trunk filled with dynamite
bombs wore discovered by the police
hero Saturday night in the rooms of
an anarchist in a four-story brick
building at the corner of Oak and
Scdgewick streets. The anarchist has
not been seen in Chicago for two years,
but ho left his baggage behind htm
and It was never opened until Sunday.
Two years ago an anarchist named
Bcstmau lived in the Sedgcwick street
house and went away to go to Texas.
Ho owed six mouths' rent on leaving,
and told the landlady that he would
leave ,hls trunk which contained valu
ables. Ever since the trunk, together
with two satchels, have been stored
away and left unmolested In a
closet of the room. In fact it
had been forgotten until Sunday even
ing, when the landlady went Into the
closet looking for another trunk which
contained some winter clothing which
she wished to got. In searching for
tho clothing sho came across the trunk
licit by the anarchist, which sho had
entirely forgotten. It was brought
out, and with tho aid of a hatchet the
lock wus broken and tho trunk opened.
On top of the contents of the trunk were
a few cjothes. These being removed,
a trunkful of dynamite was displayed.
The womun was very much frightened
and at once notified the police. In the
satchels were found several letters
written by Parsons and one or two of
tho other anarchists who wcro execut
ed. Tho whereabouts of tho owner of
the trunk is not known.
Massacres at Koek and eass.
Washington, Sept. 31. Mlnistei
Terrell cables tho state department
that he is advised from Harpoot thot
serious massacres hava occurred at
(Cock and Seazs in that vlllayct Offi
cials of tho department do not find the
places on any maps but expect furthei
advices on the subject, especially if an
Americans have suffered.
Snow In Michigan.
Mahquetti:, Mich., Sept. 31. Snow
fell here Saturday afternoon. Tho fall
lasted for about half an hour, and cov-
i:rc'l the ground to a depth of half an
nch. but -i on melted. Snow to early
How's This For
Some dealers are always trying to see how little they can give for
money. WE are always trying lo see HOW MUOH we can give;
not because we're any better than they, but because ir pays us.
PAYS US, mind you. It pays us because it brings now customers
and pleases our old ones. "So you see our reason is a selfish one.
Some of Our Matchless Bargains
for This Week.
tftf r f All wool suits
OO. UU gray, fancy plaids,
wqrth less than 5S.00.
rtl ) Fine all wool, woolen and
O i.fl worsted suits, comprising
Scotch Fancies, Thlbets
and Clay Worsteds. Not a suit worth
less than 512.00.
h A ff Bovs' heavv Cassiniere,
Dt.UU single and double breast-
on, long punt SUIIB,
fall goods. Well made.
tfj"7 Cfl A vtoo imported long
uM.vvr pant suits. ,11 styles and.
. ' , all colorintrs. "
A full line of Furnishing Goods and Hats in all
the latest fall styles. x
Clothiers, Hatters and Ityrnishers,,
Cor. Front and Butler sts., Old P. 0. Building
A Farmer Taken From Ills Homo nt Night
nnd Cruollr Ilcatcn.
Toledo, O., Sept 21.t The fact was
learned Sundoy thot a brutal whlte
caplng occurred within a few miles of
Toledo ten days ago, but tho region in
which tho outrage took placo is so
terror stricken that no onp dared to
carry any word to tho authorities until
Sunday, morning. A farmer named
Huntsman living near Holland, in this
couuty, was tho victim.
His two children wore returning from
Holland on September 0, when two
men overtook them and accused them
of finding and secreting a pockctbook
containing SSO. This was denied and
the children were searched without
findlng'tho bookl Tho same men went
to Huntsman's house that night and
again insisted that tho book was in tho
possession of tho family. They
finally went away, threatening all
sorts of vengeance. The following
night a band of a dozen or more men
took Huntsman from his bed and boat
him outrageously. That dono he was
strung up for a few moments to a tree.
Ho was then lowered again, beaten
and partially buried. He was then
given a chance to make a statement
and on claiming to be Innocent,
ho was hung up by the heels and again
burled. He was then notified to leave
tho country within 13 hours or die.
The poor man's jaw was broken and ho
was frightfully bruised, but his fear
was so great that he and his family re
mained in the woods without food or
medical attention or the two follow
I'lro at Travorso Cltr. Bitch.
TitAVEKSE City, Mich , Sept. 21.
Fire Sunday afternoon occasioned a
loss of about 850,000 to tho Oval Wood
Dish Co., whoso factory is the largest
of the kind in tho world. The depart
ments where oval dishes and wire cud
dishes were manufactured was a total
loss. About 35 valuable oval and wire
end dish and veneering machines wcro
destroyed together with other ma
chinery. Tho loss Is partially covered
by insurance. Two hundred hands arc
thrown out of work temporarily. The
plant will bo rebuilt at once.
Mr. Ilryun In Washington.
Washington, Sept. 21. Accompanied
by his host. Mr. Itryan attended scrv
ico, Sunday morning at the New York
Avenue Presbyterian church. The an
nouncement of this fact attracted to
the church a number of persons not
accustomed to worship there?, but the
edifice was by no means crowded. Mr.
Bryan was not a stranger to the mem
bers of tho New Yotk Avenue church.
During his congressional career, and
whilo Rev. W. A. Uartlett was pastor,
Mr. Bryan was a frequent attendant
upon the services.
07 fl Fine all wool and worsted
0 mO U (suits, comprising all the
new, plain and fancy col
orings in Choyiots, Vienna and Clay
weaves. Any suit in this lot worth $10.
) Your choice of the finest
,UU imported woolen and
worsted suits, silk and
satin lined nnd tailored equal to the
finest to order suit, comprising fine
Tweeds, Scotches, Wales and Clay.
fr?f flfl Hoys' fine all wool double
vQiP.UU or single breasted, long
All the now
Of Commissioner of Pensions to
the Secretary of the Interior.
It Shows That 40,874 New Pension
ers Were Added During the Year.
Whole Number of Pensioners ou tho Ilolls
Jane 30, 1800, 970,078-Applications
' Refused DrirlnK the. Yeaf jJWero
07,880, Principally Jncrensefc'
Wasuinqton, Sopt BL Commission
er of. Pppsions Dominie has tu,bmlttcd
to the secretary of tho interior his an
nual report on tho operations of tho
pension bureau for the fiscal year
ended June St, 1890, showing that 40,
371 new pensioners wero added, 8,823
restored who had been previously drop
ped, making a total of 44,217; tho
losses for various reasons, aggregating
44,003. Tho whole number of pension
ers on tlio rolls Juno 30, 1800, was 070,
078. 1 ho commissioner states that it
may now bo safely assumed that tho
roll from this time on will show a
steady diminution unless congress
should enact still more liberal provis
ions. The rate of mortality of pen
sioners, particularly those who berved
through the war of tho rebellion, Is
Disallowances of pensions during
tho year amounted to 97,2S0, most of
whom being applications for increases.
Tho amount disbursed wn'sS138,214,000,
adccrcabc of 81,502.000.
Upon assuming charge of tho bureau
tho commissioner directed that prefer
ences bo given original applicants, giv
ing second place to those whose names
wero already on the rolls, and who are
additional pensioners. The office busi
ness has greatly increased in corre
spondence, which dcl-ys the settle
ment of claims, as it requires a largo
clerical force to answer inquiries.
The amount appropriated for pen
sions payments 8140,000,000 was found
to be more than sufficient. There was
at the close of tho fiscal year an unex
pended balance of SI, 700,000.
The commissioner adopts tho esti
mates of his predecessors for 1808,
namely 8140,000.000 for pensions and
S1.32S.000 for other expenses.
Thepaymcntrof pensioners in check,
the commissioner thinks, is better than
payment in person. In regard to pen
sions payablo in Germany, the stoto
department has been asked for Infot m
ation as to whether If anybody other
than a United States consul can admin
ister.oaths in such cases.
Instructions are now being proparcd
by tho medical referee which will in
sure to every pension applicant tho
benefit of the judgment and experi
ence of three members of the board of
surgeons, except where a claimant ex
pressly waves his right and agrees to
an examination by a less number. It
is intended to detail experts from this
division to visit and instruct the 1,2S5
boards in the country ns to uniformity
of examination in the construction of
medical certificates and to prevent er
rors in rating.
Tho act of January 5, 1893, increas
ing Mexican veterans' pensions from
?S to 812 whose names wero then on
the roll does not, the commissioner
jays, make any provision for the pen
sion ot others whose names might bo
subsequently recorded, and he recom
mends that the 812 increase be granted
to all Mexican survivors who are total
ly disabled nnd in destitute circum
stances. The commissioner also calls atten
tion to the fact that there is no statute
providing a pension to the widows of
the officers who died from causes ori
ginating in the service prior to March
1, lfaOl, during tho time of peace. This
ho thinks, is an inequality in the law
ivhich should bo remedied by congres
sional action. The commissioner
strongly fa.vors the bill now before
:ongress entitled an act to codify and
irrancii the laws relating to pensions.
SHOT AND CREMATED.
A MlstlsslppI Man, Who Maltreated a
Memphis, Tenn., Sept. 21. At Slay
len's Crossing, Miss , between Lamar,
Miss . and Grand Junction, Tenn.,
Walter Brown, a young Negro, was
shot to death and then burned. Ho
made a murderous assault upon Mrs.
Slayden, postmistress, aged 73, late
Saturday evening. Brown dunned Mrs.
Slayden for a small sum of raonoy
svhich sho is supDosed to have owed
Sho told him to look in a bureau
imvyer nud get it. Finding S10 in tho
Irawer, tho Negro struck tho woman
an tho head with a bludgeon, fractur
ing her scull.
Ho at once fled, taking the money
with him. ills victim was discovered
shortly after, almost unconscious. She
managed to t elate the bbry of tho as
sault. Three different parties wero at once
organized, some of tho members being
solore'd men, and the pursuit began.
At an early hour Sunday morning
Brown was captured near Grand Junc
tion and taken bock to the scenes of the
crime, whore ho was promptly Identi
fied. His captors riddled him with
lead, and afterward piled wood about
tho body and burned It
Tiro Killed In a Hallway Collision.
MEAUVII.T.K, Pa., Sept. 21. A collis
ion in tho fog early Monday morning
between freight engines on the Erie
railroad in this city, resulted In the
death of Milton E. Garland and, Ed
ward Harris, both of Englowood, IlL,
who were riding on one of tho enginos.
They wero each about 20 years old and
apparently orl their way homo from au
unsuccessful search for work.
Sow and Interesting IIopponlnRi Within
Can Not IIuvo tho Klectlon Judges Mark
Coi.umuus, ()., Sept. 21. The opinion
of Assistant City Solicitor Phillips, of
Cleveland, to the effect that tho new
clause in the election law prohibiting
judges and clerks from helping illiter
ate voters to mark tholr tickets Is un
constitutional ntid need not bo obeyed
by the election boards, is not likely to
State Supervisor Samuel M. Taylor
"I have the power to remove mem
bers of county election boards who vio
late the law and my instructions.
The law must be enforced. It is not
for me or any election officer to say
whether the law is or is not constitu
tional. That Is the sole business of
tho courts. If nn election board dis
regards the law, I will remove the
Because of tho anomalies of the elec
tion laws the state supervisor has con
trol over county, but not city, boards,
with ono or two exceptions. But oven
In c'tles tho election officers are direct
ly amenable to the law, which they
must follow even if the boards which
appoint them instruct them to disre
gard the law. An election officer who
should help a voter mark his ticket,
whether ordered to do so or not by tho
board, would bo liable to fine and im
John L. II. Frank, of the Springfield
board of elections, highly commends
tho 'comprehensive Instructions sent
out by tho Cincinnati board of elec
Tound in tho raroior 1)111 Mnrdnr A
Corn Knife l'rnhalilr rhe Instrnment of
Columbus, O., Sept. 21. A fresh dis
covery has been made in tho New ton
Dill murder, for which Mrs. Dill and
Farm Hand Michael Heimlich are held.
Dill's head was not blosvn off w ith a
shotgun; a sharp Instrument was used.
Two days before the murder Dill pur
chased a new corn knife, which is no
where to bo found.
The police believed Monday morning
that Mrs. Dill was weakening, .mil
that a confession would be ra.ule by
her. She has contradicted herself sev
eral times under searching examina
tions niaj. MrKlnley's Sand,.;.
Canton, O., Sept. 21. Maj. McKin
lcy remained nt homo all day Sunday
nnd in the evening received a few per
sonal friends. There were no callers
of a national or political reputation.
Maj. McKinley has shook hands with
upwards of sixty thousand people dur
ing the past week and has had in the
aggregate about 100,000 visitors. This
week he will have delegations every
day after Monday and will have to
make as many formal speeches as he
did last week.
Ills Left Arm Crushed.
SlT.iNOTir.Li, O., Sept. 21. Fred
Sloat, of Sandusky, engineer of Big
Four passenger train No. f!7, had his
left arm crushed at tho Dig Four depot
Sunday morning so it will have to be
amputated. Ho was oiling his engine,
and a yard engine bumped up against
tho cars attached to the engine.
Want lilt; DamageR.
Lima, O., Sept 21. Some time ago
the son of Daniel Miller was badly in
jured by an explosion of gas In the
high school building vault. Saturday
tho Lima Nntural Gas Co. was sued for
815,000 for alleged negligence in allow
ing gas to lenk into tho vault.
Clla Itnan Indicted.
MAJsriEi,D, O., Sept. 21. Among
tho indictments reported by the grand
jury wore three against Celia Rose,
each for murder in tho first degree, for
the alleged poisoning of her father and
mother las'. June.
Green for Judr.
Ci.nvri.A.sn, O, Sept- 21. At the
Eighth judicial democratic convention
held here Hon. Arnold Green was
nominated for circuit judge by accla
mation. Mysteriously Xlsnipeureil
NAi'OLi;o.v, O., Sept 21. Abe Drum
mond, a respected citizen of Doshler, has
mysteriously disappeared. It is feared
ho has met with foul play or committed
Heavy Frost at l'latn Cltj.
Pr.AI.V City, O., Sept. 21. A very
heavy frost fell over this section Satur
day night, doing much damage to late
fruit and corn.
lie Dropped Dead.
CiiAlsuoN, 0., Sept. 21, Stephan J.
Hood, n farmer of Auburn township,
dropped dead on his farm. He leaves
n largo estate.
Hcavlost Frost In Years.
Cor.ujinus, O., Sept. 21. Tho frost in
Ohio Saturday night was heavier than
has been s..cn before in years 60 early
in tho season.
Si'EXcr.nvn.LC, O., Sept. 21. Tho
largo barn of A. J. Stage was destroyed
by firn Loss, 82,000.
County Treasurer Short In Ills Accounts.
San Fhancisco, Sept 21. A special
to the Call from Redding, Cal., says
that Wm, Jackson, county trensurerof
Shasta county, is short more than S12,
000 In his accounts, and it possible that
this amount may bo Increased to S18,
000 when his books havo been thor
oughly examined. His bondsmen have
not yet determined what course they
&holl pursue in tho case, County Re
corder Ross has temporarily been
placed in charge of the treasurer's of
flco and accounts. c
A cream of tartar Baking Powder. Highest
of all in leavening strength. Latest United
states Government Food Report.
Roy Ah bakino Powder Co., 108 Wall St.,N.Y
By Desperate Striking Miners at
Bloodshed and Great Destruction of
Property is the Result.
The Coronado Minn Ulnwn Cp Other
Mines Attacked, nut thi Miners Wero
Kepnlsed I'ollce ISt-hlnd ltarrlcadeH
(nanllng the Mines.
LrADVii.i.H. Col.. Sent. 21. At 10
o'clock Monday morning all was quiet '
here succeding tho terrible events of
the early morning. The streets are
thronged, however, but there arc no
new outrages. It is at this hour
charged that the lawnessness Sunday
night was duo to a mob of strikers,
principally from the Couer d'Aline who
have long been breeding trouble in
Leadville, and who, seeing that the
strike was nearing nn end, were de
termined to make a final stroke. This
assertion is largely made by the peace
able miners of the camp. Early Sun
day night there was every evidence
that tho strike was broken.
The urstr attack was made on. the
Coronado. which was blown up. The
memberaofthe mob, which numbered
not over fitty persons, then went
to tho Emmett. Hero they wero re
pulsed. The arrival of the militia is
anxiously awaited,- despito the appar
ent calm. The local companies havo
been sent to tho hills and armed citi
zens are patrolling the streets. The
city council met Monday morning and
decided to aid tho state officers in ap
prehending the rioters. Two are dead,
two are dying, two reported dead and
three injured as a result of the trouble
of the night.
The dead and injured are: Dead
Bert Mier, James IJenson. Two re
ported dead on Carbonate hill. Fa
tally injured Jerry O'lveefe, fireman;
Higgins, a miner; Frank Tellis,
Martin Scott, whllf jumping; John Ma
honey, miner, who was nt the Em
mett The Coronado mine was attacked
witli nllcs and dv narnite by tho strik
ing miners at I o clock Monday morn
ing w ith an almost constant firing of
rifles for hours. Six men are known
to be dead or fatally w ounded, w hile
there ate reports of more fatalities.
Tho entire town w as aroused and in n
state of terror. Citizens armed them
selves in defense. The destruction of
the Coronado being nssnred, an attack
with rifles and dynamite was mado at
the Emmett and Marian mines. The
flames ut the Coronado got beyond the
control of the firemen, a number of
Iramo dwellings with their contents
The strikers interfered with the
work of tho firemen, cut the hose and
shot Jerry Clveefe, a member of tho
nro department, in the side, inllicting
a fatal w ound.
Leadville is a battle ground and the
Coronado'mino is tho scene of a des
perate engagement betwen strikers
nnd the 20 men who wore working in
and living at tho mine. Tho bloody
hand of lawlessness and anarchy by
the use of dynamite bombs burned
tho Coronado shaft house and
mado a forced attack on tho men,
but they wero driven from their
ground with three of their members
mortally wounded and two seriously
injured. Tho most atrocious erlmo
Will Show the
s P. S.
See these Boys' Ulsters at $3.50
to $5.00, ages 9 ta 1 5.
Arrival and Departure of Trains.
b. & o. s.w.
dspakt 6.00 a. m., 10:10 a. m., :00 rtn iiM
p. m., 7:00 p. m., 11:25 p. m.
abhive 3-05 a. m , 8:10 a. m U:1S, p. xn.,4iM
p. m., 6:40, p. m., 8:65 p. tn.
T. & O. C. Ex.
Leave 2.10 p.m., 9:00, t:C0 a.m
Annrvjc 4:4", 12:15 p m. 7:80 a. tn
C. &. M.
Leave 6:25a.m. !:I8p.n
AitKivE 11:15 a.m., 7:05 p. n
.. 0:20 a.m., 2:40 p. nt
. 10:10 a.m., 5:55 p. m
O. R. R. R. (Eastern Time.)
South (1:31a.m.; 3:03. 7:33 p. m
NoiiTn 12.82, 3:50 a.m.; 7:27 p. m
committed during this" lawless" attack
was the shooting nnd mortally wound
ing of F. Jerry O'Keofe whp was doing
his duty as a fireman in trying to ex
tinguish tho blaze that despite the ef
forts of the fire department consumed
four dwelling houses as well as tha
Coronado shaft houses and outbuild
ings. Early Monday morning a lawless
mob gathered around tho Emmett, ft
little after the attack was made on th.
Coronado, the men at tho Emmett were
reaJy for attack and when the crowd
appeared they fired such n volley of,
bullets into them that they found it
unsafe to go farther In their nefarious
None of their members wero killed,
but Jerry Mahoney, a miner living'
near the Resurrection, who happoncd
to be coming along the road at tho
time and not knowing that thero was
any trouble anticipated, walked be
tween the strikers and the men on tho
inside and with the first volley was
At the El Paso also the men wero
attacked by strikers; but left the shaft
house and sought cover under bushes
closo by. Here they were awaiting;
tho attack by tho strikers; but they
did not come near the prop
erty, contenting themselves with firing
about a hundred shots into tho shaft
house. Armed men also prowled,
around tho R. A. M. mine at about tho
same time and fired several shots Into
the shaft house but did not como closo
enough to throw dynamite bombs and
fire the buildings. A great quantity
of giant powder was burned out
side the fenao of tha Emmett mine,
but no harm waa done by it. This
powder was brought to blow up tho
Emmett" shaft-house, but the resistance
made to the attack by the men' on the
inside foiled the strikers' plans, and
fearing being caught with the powder
in their possession induced them to
Denvki:, Col., Sept. 21. At tho re
quest of Sheriff Newman, of Leadville,
Gov. Mclntyre at 2.G0 Monday morn
ing ordered out tho entire militia force
of tho 6tato to quell the riot in Lead
ville. They will reach Leadville Mon
Colorado Sntij,nB, CoL, Sept. 21.
The local militia left here Monday
morning on n special train for Lead
ville Consul C.t 1m on Dies of Sraallpor.
Washington, Sept 15. The stato
department has received a cablegram
announcing the death at Ueruth, Syria,
of united Mates Consul Thomas O.
Gibson of smallpov. Consul Gibson
was appointed by President Cleveland
from Augusta, Me., in September, 1S93.
Tiro Year for Murder.
CAMrnr.LLSVii.LC, Ky., Sept. 21. In
commonwealth vs. Randall Purvis for
the murder of Wm. Oaks on May 1,
lbG'J, at an election at Little Pinchcm,
for w hich he was only recently arrest
ed in Henderson county and brought
to trial at the pending terra of tho Tay
lor circuit court, the ur3' returned a
verdict of guilty and confinement in
the penitentiary for a term of two
A l'sychlcal l'artnershlp.
Lexington, Ky., Sept. 21. Edwin II.
Boone, tho hypnotist, who has created
such a sensation here and clsewhero
by burying subjects alive, and tho well
known mind reader, Leonard Cook, of
Winchester, havo formed a partnership
for a tour through the north during
Mits. Sf.waiid Wi.dh, of Newport,
has recently added to her jewel casket
a tiara, which can also be worn sis a
necklace, stomacher or corsage brooch.
It is said to havo cost S100.003
Most New Coats.
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