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MARIETTA DAILY LEADER.
VOL. II. NO. 243
MARIETTA., OHIO, MONDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1896.
PRICE ONE CENT
Czar's Visit in France Creates a
Deep Impression In England.
An English, Fropch and Russian
Agreement Looked Upon
As the Only I'ractlcnbjo MeocV f or Ena
, land ti Escape Uer -mpotenco'ln face '
of the So-CAlled Co'acoriot l!u
rope on tho Eastern Question.
London, Oct io. Tho week's events
in Paris, attendant upon tho reception
of tho czar havo created a deep impres
sion in England, where there is an in
creasing deslro (or an agreement with
Franco and Russia regarding the east
ern question. During his visit tho czar
has personally enhanced his reputation.
Ho says little, but that llttlo is very
Bonslblo. All his speeches have been
delivered with a quiet confidence that
betokens that ho fully appreciates tho
tremendous power ho wields, whilo at
the sumo time his remarks confirm tho
belief that this power will be wielded
for the maintenance of peace.
With regard to an English, French
and Russian agreement, it can bo said
that this is now looked upon as tho
only practicable means foe England to
escape her impotence in face of the so
called concert of Europo on tho east
ern question. In view of this tho suc
cession of growls from Berlin upon tho
Egyptian question, generally taking
tho form of" semi-official hints that
Franco and Russia intend to make
early trouble for England in regard
to Egypt, and that Germany will look
with a benevolent eye upon the pro
cess, is regarded here as merely a .dis
play of spite.
Tho belief is that Franco and Eng
land, with tho assistance of Russia,
are ncaring a rapprochement respect
ing tho Egyptian difficulty, and that
while Franco Is preparing to frankly
recognize the British occupation, sho
will obtain substantial compensation
elsewnfere. It is worth nothing ot
present that the German press is be
ginning to point out, in view of tho im
portance of Germany's colonies and
commercial interests, that tho uncon
ditional neutrality of tho Suez
canal is to her a matter, of
the utmost importance, and that
if tho neutrality of tho canal was guar
anteed by the powers, Germany might
not object to tho sultan's suzerainty
over Egypt passing into othor hands.
Lord Salisbury himself proposed tho
convention of 1SS7. securing the neu
tralization of Egypt, but the present
sultan, after much delay, refused to
sign. As that arrangement would
have loft the suzerainty of tho sultan,
thcro is not tho remotest chanco of
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We arethe sole agents for the celebrated
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tts being revived and ratified In
view of the stnto of his other
dominions. Tho only clauses that
may bo heard of again arc that Egyp,
tlon tenrltory should bo neutralized
under tho guarantee of tho great pow
ers; that tho guaranteeing powers
should retain the right of transporting
troops through tho khedlve's territory
olther by land or tho Suez canal; that
England should czcrciso the right of
appointing the majority of officers in
.tyo Egyptian army, and should retain
thef rlgtt of rc-oceupylng tho country
In- caso necessity arose. .
Mr. Thomas Wemyss Reed, editor 61
tho Speaker, tho liberal' organ, says
in an articlo.ln the paper that tho posi
tion of liberalism is graver now than
it has been in a generation. Ho extols
Lord Rosebcry's honorable conduct,
and concludes by declaring that Sir
Wm. Vernon Harcourt's chances of
leading a united liberal party aro abso
lutely nil, adding that somo startling
displays of antipathy f6r him havo
already come from unexpected quar
ters. There is a possibility that the
National Liberal club, which has been
tho headquarters of progressiva poli
ticians hero for ten years, may bo
without a home. Tho club was started
as a company bSfore tho liberal split
and many of the largest shareholders
are now liberal unionists, includ
ing tho duke of Westminster, Lord
James, of Hereford, and Mr. Chamber
lain. After this lapso of years, it
seems that somo of these gentlemen
refuse to continuo to Invest money in
o, cause of which they entirely disap
prove. Besides they havo found their
strongest denouncers in tho members
of this club. The liberals are in a ma
jority on tho directorate, of which Mr.
Herbert Gladstone is a member.
Admitted to the Omdnl Ballot.
Albanv, N. V., Oct. 10. Secretary of
State Palmer Saturday' decided that
tho national democratic party is enti
tied to a column on the official ballot
under the emblem of the ship, adopt
ed by it in state convontion. This dc
clslon is tho result of tho protest of the
chairman, Danforth, of tho democratic
committee, against the secretary of
state, giving tho democratic reform or
ganization a party column on tho offi
cial ballot under its new namo of tho
national democratic party.
London, Oct. 10. The London Road
Car company, which runs 000 omni-
busses, intends to eventually do away
with tho use of horses in its business
and to run motor omnlbusses. A hun
drcd of these vehicles will bo placed
on the streets in November and 300
more in January.
LIDrarlan SpTolnlnU Dead.
Columbus, 0., Oct 10. -Publio School
Librarian John H. Splclman died 'Fri
day of asthma, aged D4.
Men's Fine Business and Myi )
Dress Suits, embracing A li Ills
Plaid and Check Chevi- "' vv
ots, Unfinished Worsteds and Scotches,
made up in Fly front sack coat and vest.
At this price wo will sell M--
you Men's Suits, which qQ.UU
are equalin every respect
to a tailor made Suit Beautif ully lined
and trimmed and perfect fitting.
Children's double breasted, tUrt tffl
all wool suits, well made In n' 8J
npbby patterns. , h-""
dEf fill Children's very fine knee
uJ3 Mil pant Bults; mado of import
v ' cd woolens of tho yery
newest and nobbiest deshrns, best of
trimmings and workmanship.
Men's underwear, finest all bm
wool and Wrights Genuine ijjfj
Health underwear. avj
Sequel to the Sherburne Bank
Robbery and Murder.
A Posse Corrals tho Villains Hear El
moro and a Fight Follows.
Marshal Gnlllen Instantly Killed One. of
th-Ttobbors Shoots nitntelt Th-ditch
the Uead-farCo. the Stolon Money
Prom the Hank Foona on Htm.
Wells, Minn., Oct. 10. John D Salr,
who no doubt engineered the robberj
at Sherburne Wednesday afternoon,
is dead, as Is also Marshal Gallicn, of
Bancroft, la. It is a bloody sequel to
tho Martin tragedy a few days ago.
At 9 o'clock Friday morning a bloody
battle took place on the road near
Elmoru, Minn. A posso of 100 men,
in com,tnaud of Deputy Sher
iff Ward, of Martin county, g'of
on tho trail of Salr shortly
after daylight' and traultcd him to a'
farm home. Derinty Ward knocked at
the door aad was answerod by a wom
an, but be ford she hud spoken three
words Salr rushed up behind her and
began firing overhcr shoulder ut tho
officer. Be fired soven times In quick
succession, ono of the bullet-; striking
Marshul Gallicn in tho forehead and
killing him Instantly. The des
perado then quickly ran out
of tho house by way of the
back door, mounted his bicycle and
dashed off toward the west "The
posge caught sight of him und followed
close behind. This, chase was kept up
for four miles, when Salr broke a pedal
on his wheel and took to tho Holds on
foot As he ran across a corn
field toward a clump of trees Dep
uty ShorlfE Ward dallied up, dis
mounted, and, resting his gun upon o
tree fired, tho shot from his Winchester
taking effect in tho robber's shoulder.
Tho latter fell, it was supposed from
tho shot from Ward's gun, hut when
tho posse gathered around him it was
found he had shot himself in the head,
tho shoulder wound only being a
slight one. Upon examining the
body the officers found a portion
of tho money stolen at Sher
burne In an tnsldo pocket of his shirt,
tho amount being about 5003 Fasten
ed to a bolt around his body wore two
revolvers and a wicked looking dirk
knlfo. The body was taken to Sher
burne. Tho body of the dead marshal
was taken to Bancroft la., Friday
Bicyclists are being held for Identi
fication at Preston, Blooming Prairie
and Estbervlllc, la.
'Wells, Minn., Oct 10. A telegram
iccelvcd hero at two a. m. Saturday,
states that the othor Sherburne robber
and murderer has been "captured by u
Winnebago county posso at Thompson,
la. This man got his dinner Friday at
a farm house near Emmons, Frecbdrn
Turns ull ills Intoreit In the Ustuto of
Ills Father, thu Lata Win. T. Sherman,
to Uli Sister.
St. Louis, Oct 10. Rev. Thomas
Ewjng Sherman Friday transferred all
his Interest in tho estate of his father,
tho late Oen. William Tecumscb Sher
man, United States army, to his uni
married sister, Miss Elizabeth Sher
man. Father Sherman is a Jesuit priest
Tho vows of poverty he has taken pre
vents him from holding property in his
own right Jointly with his sistors,
Miss Elizabeth Sherman and Mrs.
Rachel Thorndyke, and his brother,
Phillip Tecumseh Sherman, ho was the
owner of tho old Sherman mansion,
012 North Garrison avenue, a ten-room
house, on the south side of Lucas, near
Ewing, and a three-story dwelling on
Clinton, near Ninth street
BEATEN AND ROBBED.
An Aged Couple Terribly MUtreated by
Tramps Near Holly, N. V..
RocHCSTcn, N. Y., Oct. 10. Near
tho vlllago of Holly Thursday night,'
two tramps tortured Joseph Colburn,
aged 75, and his wife, uged 70, in a ter
rible manner to make them tell wher
tholr money was concealed. They wcro
finally beaten Into insensibility and
tho house robbed of S4. The couple
were left mqre dead than alive, tied to
tho bedposts with ropes. A neighbor
found tho door of tho house open Fri
day morning and wont inside. He
found both insensible. The man was
revived sufficiently to tell tho story of
St. Augustlno Flooded by n High Tide.
St. Auoustinh, Fla., Oct 10. A
heavy northeastor came on at mid
night and brought a high tide. At
0:40 o'clock Friday morning ll flooded
Bay street aud the streets south of
Bridge wqro also ilppded. A. continu
anco of the gala is likely ot l o'clock
Friday nght which will probably cause
tho water to cover tho bca wall. No
damage yet reported.
Doc's Looff ConUneuieat.
Nicholasville, Kyv Oct 10. For 30
hours a sheptierd dog of George Welch,
sr., was tied up in tho center of a hemp
stack. arid came out aliv,o. The dog
tyas asleep in one of tho shocks when
tho stack was made up and its presence
was not noticed. Its .whines of distress
caused a search which led to its discov
ery. A High Tide nt IVrpumllna, Via.
Ferhani:na, Flo., Oct IO, North
east winds have caused a ligh tide
that has done, much damage along the
rlvor front A. number of lumber
docks nro under water.
HpUult Mueller 1'unl.
Melboubjje, Qct lp.y-ll'aron F. Muel
ler, botanist, diod Friday frum apoplexy.
Drops Dead ot Hcrfrt Disease In Ills Of
fice In Cincinnati.
Cincinnati, Oct. io. Commander W.
W. Gillpatrlek, of the United States
navy, dropped dead of heart disease in
hls'ofllcc in the Federal building Satur
day morning at 10:30.
He had but recently returned from
a several weeks' vacation spont in the
Virginias and at Annapolis, Md., leav
ing his wife at the latter place.
For the past two years Commander
Gillpatrlek ha3 had charge of the U, S.
llght-hoUso service on the Ohto, Kana
wha and Tenues'seu rivers and was pre
paring to make an Inspection trip
dver the Fourteenth light-house dis
trict on tho beacon light steamer Gold
en Rod. ,
Commander Gillpatrlek was .15 years
of age and his place of residence was
Leavenworth, Kab. He entered tho
United States navy on Soptcmber 30,
1850, and has been in continuous serv
ice for 34 years. He was In command
of tho United States, steamer Chicago
when ordered by the navy department
to take command of this district A
few moments after ho fell dead tho
postman entered the ofilco v 1th a let
ter from Mrs. Gillpatrlek.
CRAZY MAN AMUCK.
Ills Shot Killed an Innocent Citizen With
out the Slightest Conic
Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 10. A crozy man
ran amuck through the streets of At
lanta and deliberately shot down a
well known citizen whom the man did
not know and for whoso killing ho
could give no excuse whatever. The
lunatic is Ben. II. Osborne, who is a
brother of J. B. Osborne, a labor agi
tator quite well known throughout tho
The man who did the killing has
once been in the asylum, and prepara
tions were being made to send him
back there again. He made his escape,
however, and tho tragedy referred to
was one result of it The man killed
was Theodore Sphraeder.foreman of tho
engraving department of the Atlanta
Lithographic Co. The crime occurred
neat tho corner of Lloyd and Alabama
streets, right In the heart of tho city.
Osborne, when arreste'd and asked w hy
he did' the deed, would only say: "I
don't know; I don't know; My brains,
have been stolen and a dog's placed in
The Ilurglar Dllndcd and llurncd nis
Pnrsnera and Escaped.
Allegueny, Pa., Oct. 10. Mrs. Mary
Schreinor, of 243 Spring Garden ave
nue, discovered a burglar in her house
She ' screamed and the man ran
out.1 A number of men followed
the robber who was fleet of fo'ot
He ' led John .Mercer and John
Spieler a long chase up Spring Gardoq
avenue and out over Spring Hill. They
caught up with him, however, and
were about to seize him when he turn
ed and dashed the contents of a large
bottle of vitriol in their faces, blind
ing and burning them. Then the bur
glar made his escape and has not been
Cotton Crop Itcport.
Washington, Oct 10. The returns
to the statistical division of the depart
ment of agriculture, for October, make
cotton show a decline of 3.0 points
from the September condition, which
was 04.2 percent against CO. 7 for the
present month. Thero was very small
yield from the top crop and the reports
say the crop will be all gathered by
RoiiE,Ga., Oct. 10. Ex-President Jack
King, of tho Merchants' national bank
of this city, was arrested by a United
States marshal and taken to Atlanta.
King is charged with embezzlement.
King is ex-mayor of Rome, and his
brother, Samuel King, is the present
mayor of tho city. It has created a
sensatlou here and over tho entire
Killed at a Political Mooting.
LouibviLLi:, Ky., Oct. 10. While
Congressman John W. Lewis was
speaking at Chaplin, Ky., Joe- Prather
slipped up behind Wm. Keeling, who
was in the crowd around tho speaker's
stand and shot Keeling three times,
killing him instantly. After a fright
ened horse had trampled the body it
was removed and the speaking went
Versailles to Ho Lighted by Electricity-
Versailles, Ky., Oct. 10. Cltycoun
ell Friday entered into five years' con
tract with tho Versailles Electric Light
Co., to light the streets of Versailles
with 20 arc lights at S100 each per an
num. The council had a quarrel last
year with tho light company and since
that time until Friday, tho city has
been using oil lamps.
Experimenting With Nickel Steol Armor.
Washington, Oct 10. Tho naval
ordnance bureau Thursday began an
experimental tost with two nickel steol
armor plates mado by tho Carnegie
corapanyi The tct was made with
eight and twelve-ln'ch guns at a high
iocity and did not entirely meet the
high oxpeotations entertained, but
further experiments will be made.
Du Blunrler's Eomatus Cremated.
London, Oct. 10. The body of Geo,
Du Maurjer, tho artist and npvellst
w.ho died on the morning of October 8,
was cremated at Woking Saturday af
ternoon. Tho ashes w.U bo Interred
iii the Hampstoad church yard, Octo
Cab Drivers' Strike Increasing,
Lonpon, Oct. 10. The strike ampng
tho cab drivers against the special
privileges accorded certain drivers at
tho railway stations is increasing.
The Cab Drivers' union will call out a
thousand more men on Monday. Tho
use of cabs in tho city is generally de
clining owing to tho fact that business
men aro moro and moro using tho tele-hhnm-
A cream of tarter baklntr tmwtlnr. Illtrhfist
of all in leavening strength. Latest United
oiaies uovernment r ooa iteport.
Royal Bakino Powoeu Co., New York.
Now and Interesting Happenings Within
NARROW ESCAPE. '
Two Families Nearly Lo9t Their Lives
From Entlng Cooked Castor llcani.
Cincinnati, Oct. 10. Two, families In
Carthage, comprising six persons In all,
had a narrow escape from death Thurs
day night. Henry Leonard, while out
in the woods near Carthage, saw a
number of castor beans, well ripened,
and thinking to have a treat for
supper, he gathered a quantity and
took them homo to his wife. As he
had moro than enough for his family,
consisting of himself, wife and a seven-year-old
6on, he gave half to a Mrs.
Cook, a neighbor. At supper Mrs.
Cook and her son, aged 13, and daugh
ter, aged 14, and tho Leonards par
took freely of the beans, which made a
delicious dish when cooked.
An hour later they were scl.ed with
horrible pains and Dr. John Halton
was sent for. The physician worked
with the unfortunates all night and in
the morning pronounecd them out of
danger, whilo admitting that it was
almost a miracle that all had survived.
The castor oil bean is a largo plant
frequently seen in gardens and on
lawns. Jt is very poisonous and Is use
ful in killing moles, which would oth
erwise destroy more valuable plants.
Of the Miners Wage Question Left to the
CoLusmus, 0., Oct 10. The conven
tion of miners came to an end 'Friday
night after a three days' session with
out reaching a solution of the wage
question. A resolution was adopted
referring the matter hack to tho local
unions. The members of theso organi
zations will vote on it and return the
results to tho stato headquarters not
later than the lUth of this month. In
tho meantime such miners as can se
cure the calo wages, 01 cents, will be
allowed to work. In case tho vote
does not result in a settlement there is
to bo another convention held the lat
ter part of this month.
The Do tor Will Test tho La it.
Cotuiinus, O., Oat 10. Dr. J. U.
Leatherman, u physician of this city,
was arrested at 4 a. m. on a warrant
issued by the stato board of medical
examination and registration, charging
him with having failed to register as
required by the law enacted last win
ter. The doctor was locked up at Central
police station for four hours before he
secured bond. The doctor will test the
constitutionality of tho law creating
thu board. Ho is very indignant at his
nrrcst at such an hour.
Torn Johnson Denies Ir
Ci.evf.laxd, O., Oct. 10. Hon. Tom
L. Johnson denies absolutely that ne
gotiations are on foot to sell the John
son Steol works at Lorain to John 1).
Rockefeller or anybody else. "Tho
truth is," said Mr. Johnson, "there Is
nothing whatever In theso stories that
have been afloat and published broad
east that Mr. Rockefeller Is figuring on
buying our plant at Lorain. Tho innt
tet has not been thought of even re
motely." The Dnnnlli'id Going Soutlinanl.
Jacksonville, Fla., Oct. 10. dpi.
John Myers, of the schooner Tortugas,
now in port, reports having met tho
tug Dauntless off Canaveral Tuesday.
Tho Dauntless was proceeding south
ward. The Dauntless i the alleged
filibustering tug owned by W. A, Bis
bee, of Jacksonville.
The day is past when it was an expensive undertaking to I
? keep up with the styles in Hats.
nt gradually.fprced down
y prices until we are to-
f Fancy prices
day doing a large business
P in the "Hawes" our special
(in all popular 96 Blocks)
in a $5,00 quality for
Star Glothiqg House.
Arrival and Departure of Trains,
u. & o. B.W.
DKIURT ft'.hn ft m in.Jna n Q.ftA mm ,KB
p. m., 7:00p.m., n:25p.m.' "'
Annrv S:05 a. m., 8:10 a. m., 1:W, p. m.,ilM
T, ft, ttiln . . a.rr
T. & O. C. EX.
Leave 2.10 p. m., 9:00, 1:00 a.r
AnnrvE 4:4?, h:i5p m. 7:S0.m
C. &. M.
Lbaxx 0:25 a.m. JiMp.nt
AnnrvB .... 11:15 a.m., 7:01 p. a
I , , Z.&o.
LEAv..i.... 0:20a.m., :(op.a
arrive...) 10:40 a.m., 5:cs p.ra
O. n. It. R. (Eastern Time.)
Sonm 0:31 a.m.; 3:03. 7:33 p.m
Nonxn 12:32,3:50a.m.; 7:27 p.m
bii'ot ills FormeVTJmployer.
Cincinnati, Oct 10. Jacob Ralblc.
proprietor of a cooper shop at Gcst
strcct and tho railroad crossing, was
shot and fatally injurod at noon Satur
day by Thos. Ballay, a former em
ploye of the cooper shop. Immediate
ly after tho shooting Ballay gavo him
self up at the Central station and con
fessed to Col. Dcltsch that he had pro-
meditated the murder.
Farmer Mysteriously Disappears.
CincLEViLLE. Ohio, Oct 10. Ed Le
may, a former, 42 yeoxa of age, has
disappeared In a mysterious way from
his home noar Phcrson, O. He started
from his home, last Saturday to coma
to this city, ostensibly to pay a note
duo In ono of tho banks here, aad all
efforts to trace him furthor have
Salt Filed Agalnt Ilondsmoa.
Gallipolis, O., Oct 10. Prosecuting
Attorney Switzer, at tho Instance ot
the board of county commissioners,
filed suit against the 14 bondsmen of
ex-trcasurer B. M. Blosscr, who retired
with a discrepancy of over S4.000. Tho
suit Is brought to recover tho debt.
A Hermit Commits Suicide.
GiiKnNFiEi.D, O., Oct. 10. William
Lcisncr, an old hermit and German
junk dealer of New Palcsllne, this
county, committed suicide at his home.
He placed a gun to his head and fired.
The county coroner is making an in
vestigation of the case.
The Czar and Czarlnn at Darmstadt.
Darmstadt, Oct 10. The czar and
czarina arrived hero at 9 o'clock Satur
day morning. AJargo crowd of people
assembled at the station and greeted
-'heir arrival with 'hearty cheers.
'I t eir tny.cxtics entered a carriage and
wcro driven to the now palace.
Ur. ISolton's 'Calf.
Columbia, Mo, Oct 10. Dr. B. Mead
Bolton, bacteriologist of the board ot
health at Baltimore, Md., has been ap
pointed professor in bacteriology and
pathology by tho board of curators of
the Missouri State University.
Winners on the Uusll.h Turf.
London. Oct. 10 Mr. Leopold Do
Rothschild was tho largest winner on
the Engii-h turf. After him comes the
prince o Wales, and then Lord Rosc
bery and tho duke of Westminster,
liol.l for the United States.
London, Oct 10. Included in tho
withdrawals from the Bank of Eng
land Saturday was 331,000 in bar and
coin gold for bhipment to tho United
A .lleteor Lit Up tho Ileal ens.
Bucna 'Vista. O., Oct. 10. At 8:14
Friday night the heavens in this vicin
ity wore brilliantly illuminated for
miles around by a meteor, which struck
the ground within a few hundred
yards of the C. & O. otfice at Bucna
Died From Orlef,
Younostown, 0., Oct. 10. Mrs. U.
Gundy, a wealthy widow, died from
starvation. She grieved over tho
death of her husband and refused to
eat, drink or take medicine. She was
60 years olch
A Terrlbln Wound.
Ashtahula, O., Oct. 10 A fivc-ycar-old
son of C L. Carison ran a tino of a
pitchfork clear through the middle of
his left thigh Friday, penetrating tho
flesh for nearly six inches.
Child Drotruril In a Cistern.
Cutci.EviLi.K, O., Oct. 10. Helen Rco
Koftsger, aged five, fell into a cistern
Friday ovening and was drowned be
fore assistance arrived.
Ten to ronr on McKlnley.
Lexington, Ky., Oct. 10. Andy
Welsh, the well-known pool seller hero
selling pools on the trots, offors to bet
S10.000 to S-1,000 that McKinley will bo
Wo have kept up the Qual-
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