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MARIETTA DAILY LEADER.
VOXi. II. NO. 245
MARIETTA, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1896.
PRICE ONE CENT
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Anti-Sultan Movement Among
An Imperial Aide Shot at the Vildiz
Palace on Suspicion.
Cart-Loads of Corpses .Damped, Into tUi
Bosporus Tho Victims Supposed to Bo
Young Turks French Divers' He-'
fuse to Work lu Consequence.
Beklin, Oct. 13. The Lokal Inzelger
has a dispatch from Constantinople,
saying that the anti-Sultan movement
among the theological students is
growing. They have circulated
another revolutionary proclamation.
The dispatch adds that Nonet Pasha,
an Imperial aide, was shot Monday at
the Vildiz palace on suspicion that ho
was implicated in the young Turkey
Persistent stories are in circulation
to tho effect that carts loaded with
corpses were sent to tho central prison
and hurried off in the direction of the
Bosporus. Thoso victims aro supposed
to be young Turks. French divers aro
refusing to work in tho Bosporus ow
ing to tho horrible) collection of corpses
that they meet whllo pursuing their
labors under water.
In an interview Levlk Pasha, the f or--61ga
minister, gavo in detail tho re
forms that tho sultan proposes to apply
to tho whole empire. Ho said that tho
great expense entailed by tho reforms
would bo met by granting new
monopolies if the powers will
glvo their consent. With theso
and peace Turkey, he added, would
surmount her financial troubles. Ho
declares that tho government was re
solved to complete tho construction of
tho Turkish railroad to Bagdad, thus
opening up tho resources of Anatolia
and providing an overland route to
Tho Sherburne Bank Bobber.
Fairmont, Minn., Oct. 13. Tho sec
ond Sherburne bank robber, who was
arrested at Lake Mills, Iowa, arrived
hero Monday night, and was placed In
jail. The militia will guard tho jail
' all night. The marshal of Shcrburno
and a big delegation of citizens aro
here, but xxo menacing appearances.
Tho real officials profess a determina
tion to guard tho prisoner at all
Palmer and Buckncr nt Detroit.
Detroit, Mich., Oct." 111. Gens.
Palmer and Buckner, tho candidates of
the national democracy for president
and vice president respectively, deliv
ered addresses before an audience of
2,500 persons at the Auditorium hero
Is but a Short way in the future. While it is Exceedingly Important
that the result should be so and so, it is no more important than to
know Where and When to Buy your Clothing. Tho BUCKEYE
would Kespectfully call your attention to the following:
An gtt Men's Fall and Winter Ov
u)U UU ercoats iQ blue, black and
tan Meltons, Kerseys, otc.
Elegantly made and trimmed. Well
Men's extra fine fall over
coats in firm Kersey, Bea
ver and.Diuconal Import
ed Worsted Garments, lined with fine
Italian cloth with silk sleeve lining.
tftr nn For yUD men's stylish,
TrerB ill I all wool, long pant suits
vyo.vu (13 t0 19 years) fu bluo or
black Cheviot and Scotch Plaids, single
or double breasted.
Child's double breasted, all
wool school suits, made of
strontr, durable gray cassl-
mere or black or bluo cheviot, sizes 4 to
b O fl ft oa's Dluo atd black diag
a(j ,(J (J onal, double Texture mack-
" intoshes, with deep capes
52 inches long.
Of Men's Underwear in the city,
No trouble to bIiow goods.
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Cor. Front ancl Butler sts., '
MUST BE CLOSED.
The Missouri Court of Appeals Benders an
Important Decision In Regard to .Vcstl-
St. Louis, Oct 13. Judge Caldwell,
In tho United States circuit court of
appeals, Monday handed down a de
cision which Is of vital Importance to
all railroads. It was in tho caso of
M. E.Bronson against tho rccolvcrs of
tho Northern Paclfl6 railroad. .
Wm. Bronson Is a citizen of tit.
Paul, Minn. o took a trip ovei
tho Northern Pacific Tho train was
vesiibuletf, and' whllo passing from
, the rear sleeper, whlc"h, ho occu'
plea, to tho front coach-, tho trail:
gavo a lurch. Mr. Bronson fel!
against ono of tho outside vestibule
doors. Tho door had not been fastened
and ho fell out. Tho train was pass
ing over a trestle 20 foot high. Bron
son in falling fractured his limb. lie
sued for 810,000 damagcB, alleging
neglect on the part of tho company in
not keeping the vestibule doors proper
ly secured. Tho jury found for the
Judge Caldwell reversed tho decision
Ho said tho company was not com
pelled to maintain vestibules; but
when they have them, it Is tholr duty
to keep them secured.
Contlnno Their Preparations for an Emor
Koncy The Forces at Hobastopol, Odessa
and Batoom Mobilized.
London, Oct 13. Tho Dally Graphic
Tuesday publishes a dispatch from So
bastopol saying that Itussio is contin
uing her preparations for an emergen
cy. Tho local military and naval
forces at Sobastopol, Odessa
and Batoum have been mo
bilized. Gen. BobrikoflY chief of tho
war office staff, recently arrived at So
bastopol and has held conferences
with tho local commanders. Ho has In
spected tho garrison and arsenal and
has picked out a company of subma
rine engineers who have bcon ordered
to hold themselves In readiness to im
mediately embark upon a gunboat.
This gunboat Is alreadv loaded with
mines, shells and torpedoes. Tho in
terior garrisons in Poland, Taurlda
and Caucasus havo rocclvcd orders to
bo In readiness at a moment's notice to
board special trains for ports on the
ucain or Wm, E. Mason.
Franklin, Mass., Oct. 13. William
E. Mason, a well-known business man,
selectman, .assessor and superintend
ent of tho water works, is dead, aged
04 years. During tho war ho served In
tho quartermaster's department of the
Eighteenth Massachusetts regiment.
Ho was an ex-commander of Post 00, G.
A. II.. nnrl n. momlini. t n n.i.i i?i
lows and other organizations. Ho
iuuvub iwo sons, one an attorney at law
in Clevolnnrl. (Y. n l .Vio ntftn. n .nM
mercial traveler at Chicago and St.
Men's heavy Kersey and
Beavor overcoats in blue,
black and tan. Well worth
tf I fl tt Mn'8 beautiful dress ov
TO I A. 1 1 1 1 ercoats In medium or hea
VIS"WW vy weight, in all the sty
lish fabrics of this season, satin lined
and trimmed. Perfect fitting.
vB 5 00 or younC men's fine all
v . v Wool Melton overcoats,
(ages lb to 10) In blue, black or tan.
Well mado and trimmed.
$0 95 For boy's stylish, all wool
' " yJ Eeefer, Eaton and Capo
Overcoat; all sizes.
Men's all wool Tricot
Mackintoshes, dark colors.
Capes 54 Indies long.
from 25c a garment up to $3.50,
Old P. 0. Building
To Property on the Long Island
Coast by a Hurricane.
Hotels, Restaurants, Bathing Pavil
ions, Etc., Demolished.
At Rookaxrny Beach Twenty Hotols and
Pavilions Carried Away Docks and;
j Yachts Being Wrecked Coast From ',
Pdgemore to Seasjdo Submersed.
New Yoxue, Oct. 13. Tho West In
dian hurricane, which arrived in this
city Sunday was Monday blowing off
tho coast, making tho water boll and
driving tho breakers mountain high
upon tho coast. Its center Monday
morning was about 700 miles off the
coast at this point. This city and ad
jacent coast linos of tho outskirts havo
not' felt the full forco of tho hurricane.
Little damaga has been done in this
vicinity. Reports from tho Long
Island coast received Monday after
noon say tho storm has increased in
fury arid that much damage is being
At 2:U0 o'clock Monday morning 'a
monster wave struck Seldl's concert
hall at Brighton and toro away two
thirds of tho structure. There is little
hope that the remainder can bo saved.
Tho Brighton Beach race track stables
arc flooded and the horses have been
removed. Rough estimatss place finan
cial loss along tho Coney Island beach
A largb number of temporary strud
tures along tho'water front wore de
stroyed. The boulevard was flooded
as far as Noptuno avenue.
Tho Ocean hotel, west of tho Brigh
ton Beach hotel, xvas surrounded by
water and the portico inundated. Tho
foundation was injured and for a time
it seemed that the building would bo
Wolberg's hall, Vanwort's fish res
taurant, a pavilion in front of Palmer's
bathing-house, Johnson's photograph
gallery, tho front of Louis Stauch's
bathing pavilion were all damaged or
Manhattan beach shared the disas
ter. Much of the ornamental on tho
grounds In front of tho Manhattan
beach hotel was swept away, and tho
magnificent lawn In front of the Ori
ental hotel was mado a dismal waste.
At Roekaway Beach at least twonty
hotels and pavillions were carried
awas'. Seaside avenue is flooded and
the residents are In a panic. Con
nections with Far Roekaway aro all
cut off, as the ocean and bay meets in
Life savers have been called to
Edgemoro, as the hotel Is expected to
Tho hotel at Hog Island was seen
going to sea at 10 o'clock Monday
morning. Hog Island is all covered
with water and tho ocean is running
to tho main shoro a Far Roekaway.
Hotels aro threo feet under water and
a number of families havo been obliged
On tho bay side docks, yachts, large
and small, aro being wrecked, and the
entire coast from Edgemoro to Seasldo
is under water. The railroad track
from Seasido to Hollands is covered
At Pleasintvllle, N. J., Does Grout Dnin
ni;o to Iiallwny Property.
Pleasantville, N. J., Oct. 13. All
trains, bound east are stalled hero or
havo returned to Philadelphia. All
communication with Atlantic City is
cut off, and gangs of men aro trying
to repair the bad breaks in the road
bods of tho Reading and West Jersey
' At 2 o'clock tho water rose to the
highest point since the great storm of
1880, when tho high wind forced the
water in tho bay against tho roads un
til tho beds gave way and in an
hour or two deep cuts a hundred
feet long wero washed out through
which rivers pf water poured under tho
tracks in mighty torrents. Tho breaks
aro tho most serious that have occur
ren on the Meadows for years, and it
may be a day or two before every com
munication is established with Atlan
tic City. The wind is still fresh from
tho northeast and Monday evening
fears aro entertained that tho next
high water may greatly Increaso tho
damago alread' done.
For Unit a Century.
GAMltiEn, O., Oct. 13. The students
of Kenyon college celebrated the
fifthloth anniversary of Dr. E. C. Ben
son's connection with tho college. The
affair was a complete surprlseto Dr.
Benson, no was brought from his
homo to Philo hall on a mere pretext,
and there ho found the students and
tho faculty, besides a number of others
connected with tho various educational
institutions of Gambler.
'Chemicals I'.xplodo Severn I Injured.
Cilvbuon, O., Oct. 13. Whilo Pre
served Grant was compounding a
patent medicine Monday tho mixture
exploded and caught fire. Grant was
badly burned; his daughter, Mrs.
Perry, who was in tho room, lost both
her eyes and her hands wero burned so
badly that they dropped off. The
body of Mrs. Perry's child was burned
almost to o crisp. Mrs. Perry aud the
child will die.
The Thomas-Wilt Weddlu?.
Dayton, O., Oct 13. Dr. Jeronio II.
Thomas, ono of tho professors at Long
Island college hospital, was married
hero at high noon Tuosday to Miss
Mary Denison Wilt Tho groom is tho
only son of Gov. J, B. Thomas, of tho
central branch National Soldiers'
lsome, located near this city. Tho
bride is tho daughter of ono of Day
ton's prominent citizens.
Bend J-t-ssai;r of Sympathy to the Widow
of the Archbishop of Canterbury.
London, Oct 13. The queen sent the
following message to tho widow of the
archbishop of Canterbury, who died
suddenly in the rectory of tho Hawar
don church Sunday whllo attending
1(I am stunned by tho awful news.
My heart bleeds for you, but my own
sorrow is great I was so fond of tho
dear, kind, uxcollcnt archbishop."
Tho Court Circular expresses tho
,?rlof of her mninatv nnd nnvn flint, nhn
"feels that tho country has sustained a
sunous toss oy ine acatn oi the emi
nent primate, whllo she has lost a
friend for whom sho had strong regard
Tho prince and princess of Wales,
tho duko and duchess of York, other
members of the royal family and all
eminent men In (lie kingdom have also
sent message of sympathy to tho
It is probable that the burial will
tako placo on Friday.
Tho doctors who attended Archbishop
Benson aro of tho opinion that his
death was more likely caused by heart
trouble than by apoplexy. It was
known that his heart was weak.
London, Oct. 13. Tho body of Most
Rev. Edward White Benson, Archbish
op of Canterbury, who was stricken
with apoplexy in Hawarden
church on Sunday and ' died
almost immediately afterward,
was placed in a coffin and con
veyed to tho Hawarden church, where
services for tho dead wero held Tues
day morning. The body will bo taken
lo tho cathedral at Canterbury Wed
nesday. CABINET MEETING.
The Topics to Ho Considered In tho An
nual Roports nnd the President's Mes
Washington, Oct. 13. President
Cleveland and his official advisers wero
'in cabinet session for on hour and a
half Tuesday discussing topics to be
considered in the annual reports of
the executive officers and In the
president's message. All the cab'
inet officers were present except
secretary uirilsle, who is in the citv.
but is busily engaged in the prepara
tion of somo campaign speeches to bo
delivered in Kentucky. Secretary
Francis, of the interior ilnnartmrtnt.
attended Tuesday his first cabinet
meeting and was warmly welcomed by
Leaps Into Niagara and is Swept Over the
Buffalo, N. Y., Oct 13. Early Mon
day afternoon a good-looking man 35
years old jumped over Niagara Falls.
Ho appeared in Prospect Park during
the rainstorm, when he found
Prospect Point deserted. Two hack
men were lounging In tho shadow of
the inclined railway station. They saw
him put some money in his hat, and
sot tho hat on the stono wall. He then
buttoned up his overcoat, which'was a
cinnamon brown, sprang up on the
wall, and jumped into the river. Ho
went over tho falls instantly, for he
struck near tho brink Tho hat con
tained 40 cents
iBiinc W. IHggs Withdraws.
Cuicaoo, Oct 13. Isaac W. Higgs,
who was tho nomineo of the national
party of prohibitionists for governor
of Illinois, has resigned because of the
ruling of the secretary of state, which
Mr. Iliggs says will render it practic
ally impossiblo to got tho state and
national tickets on the official ballot
Ho says ho will work and vote for tho
Chicago democrat and urges all na
tionalists to do the same.
Italy Threatens Turkey.
Rome, Oct la The Italian govern
ment has mado a peremptory demand
of tho porto for tho immediate punish
ment of tho murderers of a young
Italian who was beaten to death in the
streets of Constantinople by Turkish
soldiers, and for tho payment of a
largo indemnity. Tho demand is re
garded as a pretext for rigorous meas
ures. Voluntarily Adtunced Wages.
PiTTSuur.au, Oct. 1?. The Atterbury
Glass Company, of this city, has volun
tarily advancod the wages of their em
ployes 10 per cent. Tho Hazel Glass
Company, of Washington, Pn., also ad
vanced wages 10 per cent Both these
factories aro non-union, and their
action has strengthened the union
workers in their fight for their scales.
1-Speaker Crisp Improving:.
Atlanta, Ga., Oct 13. Alarming
reports as to tho condition of ex
Speaker Crisp were in circulation on
the streets Monday morning. Judge
Crisp has bcon at a sanitarium here for
the past threo weeks. The physician
in charge said that Judge Crisp had
been suffering with malarial fever, but
is now convalescent and ablo to bo up.
lllshop Ilorstmau Will Not Succeed
Cr.EVKi.AND, O.. Oct 13. Chancellor
Uouck, of tho Cleveland "diocese, says
there Is absolutely no truth in tho
rumor that Bishop Horstman has been
selected to succeed Bishop ICeano as
rector of tho Catholic university at
Washington, Bishop Horstman is vis
iting in Philadelphia.
Jurisdiction Oior All state Prisoners.
Columbus, O., Oct. .13. Attornoy
General Monnett Tuesday decided that
tho board of pardons has jurisdiction
to receive applications for tho pardon
or commutation of sentonco of prison
ers In tho stato reformatory. This has
been a mooted question among attor
neys. Fusion In Minnesota.
St. Paul, Minn., Oct. 18. Tho demo
cratic congressional convention held
hero Monday unanimously endorsed
Francis II. Clarke, tho fusion candii
date. This competes fusion In this
stato pn candidates for all offices
A rrpJim nt t.!Ht.- hfllr(rirf tv,4.Ta- Trtr-l.--.
of all in leavening strength. Latest United
VaTfltna nmnnnini -.-.,l f-,
Royal Uakino powdeh oo., New York.
Hen and Interesting Uappenlngs Within
Against Internal Kevenuo Collector Dowl
lnc to lie Investigated.
Washington, Oct 13. United Statei
District Attorney Harlan Cleveland a
Cincinnati, has been instructed by At
torney Oeneral Harmon to investigate
the charges preferred by tho Unitec
States civil service commission agalns
Internal Revenue Collector-Dowllng
of Cincinnati, of violating the law il
collecting money from Its employes fo
campaign purposes. The district at
torney under his general Instruction,
is empowered if he is, satisfied thi
charges are sustained by tho evidenci
submitted, to commence proceeding,
against the collector.
PETITION IN MANDAMUS
riled AcaliiBt the Hamilton County Eleo
Hon Hoard In tho Supremo Conrt.
Columbus, O , Oct 18. A petition it
mandamus against the board of elec
tlons of Hamilton county was filed it
the supieme court Monday by Warnei
M. Bateman, Chus. B. Wilby, Alex. B
Huston, Alfred B. Benedict and Jamei
D. Ermston, who appear at relators
The petition u that the defendants be
required to place on-the official ballot
the names of the Inst three relators as
candidates !lor the common pleas bench
on the "lawyers' judicial ticket." A
demurrer accompanies tho petition
filed by Messrs. Bode, Spiegel and Her
tenstein, and both will be argued be
foro the court to-morrow.
Crushed to DeatrTin un Elevator.
Columbus, 0., Oct 13. Ida Harris,
37, was killed in an elevator In tho
Ruggcry building Tuesday taorniug.
Sho was unused to tho motion of tho
lift and fainted as it ascended. Her
head was caught as sho was passing a
floor. It was crushed before the ele
vator could be stopped.
Columbus, O..Oct 13. Joseph Smith,
a burglar serving a term In the state
prison here, committed suicide by cut
ting his throat Ills parents lived at
1034 North Second stiect, Philadel
phia. So desperate was the stroke
that the head was almost severed from
Will Wind Up Their lluslncss.
Younostown, O., Oct 13. Directors
of the William Anson Wood Mower and
Reaper Co. Monday afternoon filed ap
plication in court hero for dissolution
of tho corporation, alleging that the
only indebtedness, amounting to SS0,
000, was due to stockholders of the
A Novel Hot.
Mt. Vernon, O., Oct 18. John Mc
Carron and Dr. George Bunn havo
made a bet that if McKinley shall
bo elected McCarron will wear his
clothes insido out for 30 days, aud if
Bryan shall bo elected Bunn will do
Minora Will Aciept Loner Wages.
Columbus, O., Oct. 13. At several of
tho largo mines in tho state the men
have already voted to accept tho pro
posed reduction in wages, and it is
now almost certain that tho operators'
proposition will bo accepted.
Died Whllo of Prayer.
GnitMANTowN, O., Oct. 13. At Far
mersvllle, near this eity, Mr. George
Kuutz, a leading citizen, while en
gaged in prayer at tho Methodist
church, fell forward with a groan and
died within a few minutes.
I The day is past when it was
I keep up with the styles in Hats.
ity but gradually forced down
n t? . .,si t
z tX'uuiif jjiiiivjo uiiiii vu tuu iu-
m day doing a large business
? in t "Hawes" our sp cial
? (in all popular 96 Blocks)
h in a $5.00 quality for
Star Slotlpg Souse.
Arrival and Doparcure of Trains.
b. & o. a.w.
p. m., 7:co p.m., lv.u p.m.
p. m., 6:40, p. m., 8:55 p. m.
T. o. C. Ex.
.2.10 I), in.. 9:00. 1:00 .m
.4:4 12:15 p m. 7:80 a. m
O. &. M.
Lkavi 6:!5a.m. 1:55 p. l
arrive li:i5a.r.,7:op. i
Leave ,.... 6:20a.m., J:40 p. I
arrive ; 10:40 a. m., 5: p.i
6. B. R. R. (Eastern Time.)
South 0:31a.m.; 8:03. 7:83 p. m ,
North 12:82, 8:60 a.m.; 7:27 p.m.
Plays Sad Havoc nt Asbury Park nnd one
Asbuisy Pabk, N. J., Oct 13. Tho
northeast storm now raging is the
worst known along this section for
many yeara Asbury Park and Long
Branch havo suffered to the ostcnt of
tons of thousands of dollars and;
tho damage continues with every
wave. At Asbury Park tho
waves aro pounding hoavlly
against tho famous board walk, carry
ing destruction in their wake. The
planking has been torn up from Sev
enth avenuo to Asbury avenue, a dis
tance of over half a mile. At tho foot
of Sixth avenue several summer houses
havo been razed, and tho monument
marking the spot where tho Now Era
was wrecked in 1854 was toppled over
French Vessel Sent to the RlCt Country.
London, Oct 13. The Dally News
Tuesday ppbllshes a dispatch from
Paris saying that Adm. Gorvais, com
mander of tho French Mediterranean
squadron, has ordered the cruiser
Troude and tho dispatch boat d'lber
villo to be put in readiness to proceed
to Tangier. The affair Is rogarded as
serious. Tho greater Franco party has
long wished for an ccusc to assimilate
thq Riff country.
Disastrous Blazo In Abingdon, Mass.
Abinodon, Mass., Oct. 13. A fire be
gan at 10 o'clock Monday night In a
tenement house near tho Now York,
New Haven and Hartford railroad sta
tion. Tho fire soon involved tho Ken
nedy and stables, tho Miller house
stables and a large brick block In JRail
road street .All havo 'been destroyed
and the Hollenbeck 'blodk and Jiller
.house are now burning. Tho cause of
tne nrc has notTaccn ascertained. Con
servative estimates place the loss at
S200.000: well insured.
The Missing Cashier.
Columbus, O., Oct 13. It was learned
Monday that Wm. Clemens, tho cash
ier of tho Cedarvillo bank, who disap
peared last Friday, took only 51,000
with him aud ho has sent word ho will
return from Mexico. Ho was depress
ed over business troubles. The bank's
president, Geo. W. Harper, is meeting
all demands on tho Institution person
ally. The C, II. V. T. ISoad MortBa.c.
Columbus, O, Oct. 13. Tho Stato
Journal, of this city, says that tho Co
lumbus, Hocking Valley and Toledo
Kailroad company filed on Saturday a
four per cent general lien mortgago
for 530,000,000 to the Guaranty Trust
company, of New York. Of this sum
522,000,000 Is designated to liquidate
outstanding bonds and the remainder
to be reserved for construction pur
poses Unut for a Murderer.
Columbus, O., Oct 13. Maj. Winos.
who assaulted Ike Mason somo few
days ago with a brick, from tho effect
of which tho latter died, has been con
victed of murder in the first degree.
Wines has not yet been caught, and
officers are looking for him. A reward
of S50 has been offered by the commis
sioners for his capture.
More Dnrango tiy the Storm utf Atlantic
Atlantic Citv, N. J., Oct 13. The
storm and high tide Monday morning
has further injured the iron pier and
taken another section of the structure
away together with tho big music pa
vlllion. The yachtnien's wharf at tho
inlet, 200 feet in length, has been com
coGViciiatot aleullnc xurueys.
Nabuvii.lk, Tenn., Oct. IS. At Co
lumbia, Tenn., Mary Moore, a white
woman worth S30.000, and the owner
of COO acres of flno land, w as convicted
of stealing six turkeys from a neigh
bor and sentenced to ono year in the
penitentiary. An appeal was taken to
tho supremo court. ,.
an expensive undertaking to
We have kept up the Qual-
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