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MARIETTA DALLY LEADER,
MABIETTA, CX&IO, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1896.
VOL. II. NQ. 236
PRICE ONE CENT
The First National of Joseph,
' Ore., Entered by Three Men.
Tho Cashier and Customers Told
Throw Up Their Hands.
Two Thousand Dollars Talcon From tho
Vault As tho Cobbers Loft tho Bank
Armed Cltlzrns Opened Fire Odo
Hilled and Anotber Wounded.
La Gijande, Ore., Oct. 2. Tho First
National bank, of .Joseph, Wallowa
county, was" robbed of 82,000 by three
men, one of whom Is dead and another
badly wounded, while the third is be
ing pursued by a posse of cltlzena
At the time of the hold-up thero
were four (.ostomera in the bank.
Cashier McCulley had occasion to go
to the vault. When he came back and
looked up ho was confronted with a
shotgun jn tho hands of u robber and
told to throw up his handc Tho cus
tomers had already complied with tho
request, an ho did likewise.
One of tho robbers leaped over tho
railing and opened a privato door,
through which tho men wero mado to
pass, and then lined up against tho
Ono robber took a position at tho
door and compelled all passers-by to
hall and throw up their hands.
Jn the meantime tho third robber
had gone into tho vault, taking all tho
coin and currency, even to nlchcls, and
placed ,them in a sock. lie then de
manded from McCully tho keys to tho
privato boxes and ransacked them.
By this tlmo tho report of the bank be
ing robbed had reached tho citizens,
several of whorn armed themselves
and awaited the appearance of the rob
bers. As tho robbers mado their exit from
the bank, Alexander Donnelly, a
young man, opened fir on them. He
killed one robber instantly and wound
ed another, hitting him twice. The
third robber had tho sack containing
the coin and succeeded in reaching his
horse, which was standing near by.
He did not succeed in mounting his
horse until ho had dropped his gun,
and then, getting on, went up over tho
hills toward Prairie creek, afterward
turning toward Cornucopia.
The robber killed was named lirown,
while tho ono who escaped was Cy
Ilecelyer for a Kallrood
Syracuse, If. Y., Oct 2. Justice Mc
Lennan ordered a receiver for tho
Odgcnsburg & Lako Champlain rail
road Friday afternoon. Tho attorneys
tro '.o consult as to wh,o shall bo appointed.
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The Formation t a Flotilla of Ton Tor
pedo Boats Ordered to Defend It.
Constantinople, Oct 2. An Irado
has been issued by tho Porto ordering
tho formation of a flotilla of ten tor
pedo boats to dof end the Dardanelles.
This movement is in conformity with
tho advlco of tho Russian general,
Tschlkatcheff, commander of tho dis
trict of Odessa, who some tlrao in July
last Inspected tho defotisc of tho Dar
Letters received here from Kharput
glvo tcrriblo details of tho massacro
which recently occurred at Kugin, in
tho Kharput district, in which the let
ters alleges 2,000 persons were killed.
Tho scenes, uccording to tho letters,
were similar to thopO of the former
mussacres in Anatolia.
A drunken Turkish officer swaggered
through the streets of Golata, on Sep
tember 30, brandishing his sword and
showering foul abuse upon Armenians,
everyone of whom, ho declared, ought
to bo killed. Ho was finally disarmed
by tho military and taken to his bar
racks. THE NEW COLT
fllnohlnu dun Will ho Used Exclusively on
tho Warships for That Class of Ord
nance. Washington, Oct. 2. As a result of
the final test of machine guns which
has been in progress at tho Washing
ton navy yard this week, tho now Colt
will hereafter bo used exclusively on
tho warships for this class of ordnance,
thus confirming the decision reached
by the chief of ordnance last
December. The latest test Was due to
an appeal mado for tho Maxim and
Hotchkiss guns after tho former trial.
Tho Colt fired 400 shots in 53 seconds
and subsequently discharged 2,111 con
secutive rounds before overheating.
While tho rival guns were credited
with higher rates for shorter periods
they could not be kept in order for
long periods. Tho navy will at onco
order 50 of the new weapons.
Fatal ltnllway Collision.
Ottumwa, la., Oct., 2. Ono man,
Harry Moore, was killed. Supt C M.
Levy's privato car turned over and a
number of passengers of Chicago, Uur-,
lington and Quincy train No. 2 shaken
up early Friday morning at Krum, a
station east of Ottumwa, The passen
ger train was tacking up and crashed
into a freight standing on a siding.
Mooro was a flagman who had been in
tho service of the company for years.
Coal Coming Dowu tho Iltver.
Pittsburgh, Pa., Oct 2. Ono hun
dred and slxty-ono barges and coal
"boats left hero Thursday, taking at
least 2,500,000 bushels of coal about
equally divided as to destination be
tween Cincinnati ond Louisville. A
run fully a's largo left here Fridaj'.
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nowost and nobbiest designs, best of
trimmings and workmanship.
Men's underwear, finest all
wool and Wrights Genuine
In Southern Florida by Tues
day's West India Cyclone.
The Wind Reached the Velocity of One
Hundred Miles an Hour.
Thousands of Acres of Timber Land De
stroyed Tho Turpentine Manufactur
ers Were the Heaviest Losers Some
lloport a Total Ixisn.
Savannah, Go., Oct. a Telographlc
communication between Savannah and
Florida has not been re-established
slnco tho hurricane of Tuesday shapped
the wires as It came up northward
from tho gulf. From advices which
have reached hero of tho storm's work
in Florida cover tho btatc pretty fully,
but have come by mail.
The blow came ashore from the gulf
on the const line extending from Tam
pa to Cedar Keys, Tampa getting only
the southern edge of the bldw. Its'
path across tho state was a narrow
one, although a largo area scorns to
have been affected, In greater or 16ss
degree, by what might be called tho
edges of the storrxC Tho registry of
tho velocity of the wind at the govern
ment weather bureau at Jacksonville
showed tho rcmarkablo and unprece
dented record of nearly 100 miles an
hour. This terrific gale fortunately
lasted only about a minute, but for
five minutes of which it was a part,
the velocity was shown to bo rather
more than seventy miles an hour, Tho
path of greatest severity of tho 6torm
seems to have been about forty miles
wide. After passing over a strip of
territory lying within tho northern
part of tho state, the storm, according
to tho weather auhprlties, passed on
to the Atlantic coast which it followed
north. Tho storm pasbed around
Tampa and thero was but very little
damage resulting from the wind, but
the hisrh tides played havoc and several
thousand dollars' damage was done
to property along the bay. Shipping
along the river front suffered consider
ably. Tho tide overflowed Port Tampa City
and tho lower floors of many houses
wore under water.
At Jacksonville the damage was con
fined to the demolition of trees, elec
tric wires and signs.
At Newborry tho damage consisted,
of tho destruction of nearly one-half
of tho property. The wholesale and
retail store of Williams Bros., contain
ing a stock of goods valued at S15,000,
was blown down and most of the goods
ruined. A phosphate plant was de
molished and all horses were killed.
The heaviest losers are tho turpen
tine manufacturers. Those heard from
report a total loss and say that they
will bo compelled to go out of thc""busl
uess. All of tho trees are down and it
is impossible in many places to rido
through the woods oven, on horseback.
Tho loss to timber in this will reach
3500,000. The Cummer Wood and Tim
ber Co. will bo the heaviest losers. It
will cost tho company several hun
dred dollars to clear the roads of
Callahau reports that barns, sheds, a
number of dwellings and tvso churches
aro entirely torn to pieces. Two Sa
vannah, Florida & Western raihvay
buildings were unroofed. Two box
cars were blown from the sido track
and got on the main line and went two
or three miles beforo stopping. As near
ns can be estimated, tho loss will
amount to 52,500.
At Macclcnny the Baptist church and
one of the largest stores were blown
flat upon tho ground, the principal
boarding house was unroofed, tho
county jail suffered the samo fate, and
a number of small dwelling houses
were raed. Others were blown from
their foundations, not a fence was left
In Branford tho Presbyterian and
Methodist churches were blown to tho
ground. The Drc Ijumber company's,
mill is a wreck. Tho roof was blown
off Gilbert's mill and about one-third of
tho tin roofing was blown from tho
Plant bystem depot Many outhouses
and Negro duellings were unroofed or
blown down. The store 'of W. Wil
liams, general merchandise, was badly
wrecked. At Lake Butler, 17 miles
west of Stark, Odam Bros, and Thoas
& Son's stores wero wrecked and goods
badly damaged. Tho Baptist church
and the oid courthouso wero blown
''down. MoKinricy's gin houso was
blown down and the cotton scattered.
Fort White caught the full force of
tho blow. Nearly every store and
dwelling in town was more or less
damaged. Tho Methodist, Baptist and
Presbyterian churches were demol
ished. They wero valued at 1,250,
8200 and 8500 respectively. Tho public
school building shared tho same fata.
The Plant system dopot was unroofed.
The losses to tho merchants ori their
stocks nnd bullrings range from S200
to 81,200 eacli.
High Springs oh.iras tho air monster
bcorched through thii town at a rate of
100 miles an hour. Trees and houses
went down liko cardboards, and only
half a dozen houses aro loft to point
out to tho investigators tho once pros
perous town, Women bad children
blqwn out of their arms, and men wero
knocked down like nine pins, Tho
freight depot, used ns a refuge by
many, was partly demolished and
rofugo was sought in box cars on tjie
The Cap Stays la Minneapolis.
Minneapolis, Minn., Oct 2. Thurs
day's game concluded the Detroit Free
Press cup series and finally closed tho
season of tho Western league. The cup
will stay In Minneapolis, tho series
having been won by tho champion mil
lers. Tho score was: Minneapolis 13,
Gnthrrcd Tram All Tarts of tho Country
'Ihe Spanish government has ordered
00,000 nllcs from tho Loewcs, a Ger
man firm of small arms manufacturers
in Berlin. Tho weapons aro to bo dc
llyoied in December.
Philip McCarro'n, of San Trancisco,
who was a pabsengcr on the steamer
France, which arrived at New York
Thursday, died of phthisis on Septem
ber 27 and wa3 buried ut sea.
Tho boiler of Mills' saw mill at No
vesta, a 6 mall town nine miles south
east of Cass City, Mich., exploded Fri
day morning, completely wrecking tho
mill, and killing two men and serious
ly Injuring two others.
The damage by Wednesday morn
ing's storm at York, Pa., will amount
to 3300,000. Nearly all the buildings
of the York County Agricultural so
ciety were destroyed. Tho main build
ing is a complete wreck.
The democratic executive committeo
met at Jackson Thursday right and
declared Maj. Pat Henry the nomlnco
for congress in the Seventh Mississippi
district. Ills majority ovar Col. Chas.
E. Hooker wus 1,118. Total vote cast,
Tho Franklin sugar refinery, Phila
delphia, will close down in a few days
for an indefinite period. Tho shut
down is due to the recent heavy im
portations from Germany of granulated
sugar and the heavy stock of sugar on
A. U. Brosscau, one of the largest
carpet dealers of New Orleans, has as
signed. Assets, 830,000; liabilities,
S2S0.O00. Mr. Brosseau Is a half brother
of Justice White, who was summoned
here to look into tho affairs of the firm
before its failure.
The London Chronicle Friday pub
lishes a dispatch from Berlin saying
that the Russian Ulack sea fleet is
cruising 45 miles northeast of tho
Bosporus and that it is in constant
communication with tho light houso
at Kila, 30 miles east of tho Bos
porus. At Cairo, 111., four days ugo, Mrs.
Minnie Hendricks rode to church on a
bicyclo with Alexander S. IVaser. to
wbom sho wab married. Thursday
morning she committed suicide by
shooting herself through the heart
She had discovered that Fraser was un
able to support her and became de
spondent Minister Strobol, at Santiago, Chili,
reports to Secretary Olney that Wil
liam C Hodge, an American citizen,
native of Kentucky, 03 years of age,
committed suicide there on August 19
by bhooting himself. He was a civil
engineer and became despondent
-through failure of his efforts to secure
Tho Galveston bagging and twino
factory, Galveston, Tex., will close
down Saturday, throwing about two
hundred hands, mostly boys and girls,
out of employment A notico posted in
the mill gives as the reason the short
crop of cotton and tho general depres
sion, and says if business conditions
warrant it, tho mill will start again in
"During Tuesday night's hurricane at
Raleigh, N. C, a treo was blown upon
a house instantly killing Mrs. Trice.
Her husband and two children escaped.
The storm was more severe at Durham
than at any other point yet fieard
from. W. T. Carrlpgton's tobacco
house, in which aro 450,000 pounds of
tobacco, was entirely wrecked. Ho
estimates his loss at over 850,000.
Sir Julian Pauncefote, British am
bassador to tho, United States, will
shortly return to Washington, but it is
reported upon credible authority that
ho will not leave England beforo a sat
isfactory solution of tho Venezuelan
trouble has boon reached. Those bo
hind tho scenes arc the m ost saguine
of such an ending of tho controversies;
indeed, the questions at issue aro said
to be already solved.
Washington, Oct. a ror Tennessee and
Kcntuoky Generally fair, northerly winds,
Tor West Virginia Generally fair and
slightly warmer Saturday; northerly winds,
For Western I'ennBylvanla and Ohio Gen
erally lair Saturday, preceded by local show
ers in Southern portions; light to fresh vari
Indiana Saturday rr.ir; warmer in central
portions; arlablo winds.
CINCINNATI, Oct 2.
KLOun Spring rancy, S3.aa3.50, spring
family, 8A6033.00, spring patent. 53.708100,
winter patent, J1S03103; fancy, (150&3e3,
family, 52G5Q3.03: extra. Si 13SJ 40, low grade,
61.75LD3, ryo, northwestern, ti-ioai&o, city,
Wheat Sales: No. 3 red inquired for at
Cohn Sales: No. 2 yellow, track, 27c.
Oath Sales: No. 2 white, track, 21 Ho; No.
3 wilte, track, 18Hc; No 3 mixed, track. lGCO
Rye Sales: No. t (Indiana), track, 40c
Hogs Select butchers, J3.2&Q3.30, fair to
good packers, Jl03aC5; fair to good light,
t&23Qa40; common and roughs, t2,60&3 13,
CATrr.EI'olr to good shippers, S3.5034.1S;
good to choice butchers. JXCOStCO. fair to
medium butchers, SlOOiWBO; common, ti"5Q
Sheep and I.aib5 Shesp Extras, WOO
3 2 J. good to cholio. M3i3,'.E3, common to
fair. 8l.7532.Ui Lambs Extras, .103i:5;
good to choice fJ. Coat 00; common to (air,
Veal Calves Fair to goodnight, J5.50JJ
a 25: common and large, flOOtftS. 00.
Wool. Unwashed una merino, 9310o per lb;
quarter-blood clothing, tJSlSo: medium, de
laine and clothing. i:si3c; braid, UatJc; mo
dium combing, 13Q14o. Washed, One merino,
X to XX. 12c; medium clothing, H3!5o;
delaine fleeoc, 14315c; long combing, 15S18-:
quarter blood and low, 12 13c: common coarse,
liaise; tub-washed, cholco 17(31 8c
New Yomt, Oct 2.
Wheat No. 2 red, December, 74HS7SKoj
Corn NaS.Pctober,2)Ho; December, MH
30o; May. 33 3,)63Sc; No. 2, 23JUtt3Dy4c
OatsNo. : red, December, 3)fc; state, Si
30o; western, 203Qa
TOLEDO, Oct 2.
Wheat No. '2 red, oajh, 74Mo; December,
76Ho; May, 78Kc; No. 3 red, cash, 70c; No. S
,A cream of tartar Making Powder. Highest
ail In leavening strength Latest united
waiei Government Food Report.
Rotai, Bakino Powdbu 130., 100 Wall St.,NY
Bw and tcttrestlnc Happening Within
ALLEN G. THURMAN
Was Badly In Debt Before Ills Demllo
' Petitions Filed In the I'robute Court.
ColuMdus, 0., Oct. 2. A. petition
was filed In the probate court here
Thursday which shows that Allen G.
Thurman was badly in debt when he
died. It was filed by his son and
grandson, Allen V. Thurman and Al
len O. Thurman, his executors. They
asl: that certain real estate bo set
aside for silo to pay the debts.
These, thoy say, amount to nearly
S50.000. A mortgage for 813,000 is held
against tho estate by tho Prudential
Life Insurance Co., and onq for 820,000
by the Northwestern Insurance Co.
They say that ie left personalty to
the amount of SCO0 only. Ho had S20,
000 stock in the Great Southern Hotel
Co., but it is worthless now, or nearly
"ho real estate which the executors
want to soil is High btreet business
propcrtv in this city. It is very valua
ble. " -
In Atnny I'axt nt Ohio Kuporta to the
State Unard of Health.
Cat.UMrrcs, O., Oct. 2. Beports re
coivud by tho state board of health
show that diphtheria, is raging all over
the state. Marysville is aftlictcd, three
houses being quarantined there. One
is in tho close vicinity of a school
house, and it Is thought that the school
will have to be closed up.
Now Matamoras is also suffering, as
the epidemic is in full blast there.
Springfield reports nine deaths, and
there is talk of closing the schools.
Co-a, Galia county, reports a number
of cases, and Minster, Auglaize county,
reports eight cases in the city, and two
in tho township.
Concludes Marriage Is a Fullnre.
WoobTKB, O., Oct. 2. Mrs. Edith Wolf,
after only one week's married life, has
petitioned for a divorce from her bus
bind, Harry Wolf. The suit is also
peculiar in that her father, John Heck,
Instituted tho proceedings in court
Two years ago the girl came from
Indiana ami she was employed as a do
mestic by William Ledyard, in Wayne
county. lt,arry Wolf fell in love with
her. Not knowing what she w as do
ing, she said, they wore married in
Ashland county. They Hted together
just one neck, when she refused to bo
bound by her vow, because she is only
M. Louis Excursion to Canton.
St. Louis, Oct 2. The excursion to
Canton, O., from St Louis, will bo ono
of tho largest of the Canton pilgrim
ages. On October 0 tho excursion un
der charge of the Traveling Men's Mc
Kinlcy club and Commercial Travelers
Sound Money club, will leave Union
station in sections and "ill arnite
in Canton on the morning of
tho tenth. All tho tickets orig
inally provided have already boon
taken and additional trains will bo nec
essary. Drink Whisky tin tho Street.
HurxEroNTAiNE, O., Oct 2. Ueorge
Morris was fined 825 aqj costs Thurs
day in tho mayor'b court for taking a
drink of whisky on tho public streets.
Miner Bcrlonaly Hurt.
Jackso, 0., Oct 2. Joseph Curriug
ton was seriously and perhaps fatally
injured by a fall of slato in Franklin
mine hero Thursday afternoon.
I Men's All fool Kersey Overcoas
1 (ISO Lexers. -,
1 '. Men's Underwear.
H No better values than our 50 cent
s goods 50 cents for the shirt and
, 50 cents for the drawers. Three
ga different kinds.
U Childrens' Knee Pant Suits Prices
S $ 1 .00, $ 1 .50, $2.00 and up.
Star (Slothing House.
P, S. We take periodipal tickets.
Arrival and Departure of Trains.
a & o. s.w.
Depamt a.oo a. m 10:40 a. m., 2:00 rm iiti
p. m, 7:00 p.m., ll :25p.m.
Ahiuve-3:05 a. m , 8:10 a. m U:S5, p. m iM
p. m., 6:40, p. m , 8:C5 p. m.
T. & O.' C. Ex.
Lkave 2.iop.m., 9:00, ;00 a.m
Aiinrv 4'4f, I2:i6p m. 7:80 a.m
O. &. M.
XjEAvb.... 6:25 a. m. 2:55 p. ra
Aimm: 11:16 a. m., 7:01 p. m
Leave 6:20 a. m., 2:40 p. ta
Arrive 10:40 a.m., 5:55 p. m
O. R. R. it. (Eastern Time.)
Soutii 9:31a.m.; 3'03.7:33p.m
Nomn 12:32,3:50 a.m.; 7:27 p. m
Tito Mora Cyclone Victims nt Savannah
Found A Man and n Hoy Still Missing:.
Savasnaii, Ga., Oct 2. The bodies,
of two more victims of tho hurricane
wero found Thursday. They aro Capt
Lewis S. Hill and his brother, Frank
Hill, of the coasting schooner Island
Flower, a little vessel of which Capt
Hill and his brother and a 17-year-old
boy, Ulysses Steele, aro officers
and crew, which went ashore on tho
north sido of tho Savannah river, near
Venus Point Tho United States steam
er Tybeo brought up the body of Capt
Hill Thursday afternoon, nnd Thurs
day night the schooner Pearl arrived
with the body of his brother. Tho
body of tho boy Steele is still missing.
Hill and his brother lived on Wil
mington island, about fifteen miles
from Savannah. They wero on
their way to Claghorn plantation, S.
C, when they wero overtaken by tho
storm. The little vessel was driven
ashore on a government training wall,
where sho was found Thursday. Tho
bodies of Hill and his brother were
wedged in tho wall. The body of J. C.
McClure and the colored deck hand oC
the tug Robert Turner, have not yet
torn Watson Displeased.
Atlanta, Ga., Oct 2. Thos. E. Wat
son, who was here Thursday night, de
clined to discuss tho report that ho
contemplated retiring from the nation
al populist ticket. Ho seems to bo soro
on the action of the national campaign
committeo for allowing him to be
traded off in tho fusion between .popu
lists and democrats in the several
states. Bellas practically nothing in
the -states -uhere there nas been fusion,
the populists have taken the local nom
inations and given tho democrats tho
electoral ticket, or a majority of tho
Settlement ot the Eastern Question.
London, Oct 2. The Vienna corre
spondent of the Daily Mail telegraphs
that the powers have agreed upon a
pacific settlement of the eastern ques
tion which is honorable to all parties.
He adds that tho agreement amply
guarantees the future security of the
Carlisle Dorllnis to Divide Time With
Washington, Oct 2. Secrotary Car
lisle has formally declined tho invita
tion to divide time with Senator Black
burn in any speech he may deliver in
Kentucky during tho pending cam
paign. lilg Jump lu Oil.
New Yor.K., Oct. 2. Thero was a big
jump in the price of Standard oil in
the outside market. Thursday tho
stock sold at 233, but Friday transac
tions wore made at 242. The quota
tions at the close was 242 bid.
Must Answer for Murder.
Woosthh, O., Oct. 2. C. J, Harrold,
of Dalton, w as in Wooster Friday con
sulting with Prosecutor Ross W.
Funck. It t as decided that Carl Mc-121hinnc3-,
tho soven-yoar-old murderer
of Tommy Kidd, should bo arrested
and tried for murder in the second de
gree. Ho will bo arrested Saturday.
A Fnllure at Toledo.
Tor.imo, 0 Oct 2. Merrill ltroth
ers, dealers in agricultural imple
ments, assigned Friday morning. As
sets and liabilities arc about 20,000
each. Inability to collect outstanding
accounts is the causu assigned for tho
l'lims for Ihilnrglnc; tho Stuteboutc.
C01.UMHUS, O. , Oct. 2. Samuel Han
naford & Sons, Cincinnati, Thursday
afternoon filed plans for tho enlarge
ment of tho statchouso with the secro
tary of state. Tho timo for filing
plans expired nt midnight Thursday