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MARIETTA DAILY LEADER.
VOX;. II. HO. 294
MABIETTA, OHIO, SATURDAYS DECEMBER 12, 1896.
PRICE ONE CENT
Not a Soul Saved When the
Steamer Salier Went Down.
Nearly Five Hundred People Met
Death in the Atlantic Gale.
Iho Vend Carried No Cabin Fnsseufera
Although There Is No Hops of lire
cuing; Any of the Hollies n Steamer
Una Ilecn Sent to tho Scene.
Buemejj, Dec. 11. Tho loss of lifo by
tho foundering of tho North German
Lloyd steamer Sailer, which sank on
tho Coronas Corrubcda shoals, in tho
galo that swept tho Atlantic coasts of
Europe early this week, Is now posi
tively known to havo been much great
er than at first supposed. Tho steamer
In addition to her crew of 78 men and
officers, carried 314 passengers. Every
soul on board wont down and was lost
with tho ship, making a totol of 292
persons that perished through tho
foundering of tho old steamer.
Tho stccrago passengers Included
one German, 113 Russians, 35 Galicians
and 05 Spaniards. Quito a number of
women and children wero among tho
number. All wero bound for Argen
tina, where thoy intended to settle.
Tho Salier carried no cabin passen
gers. 'Although there seems no hope of
finding any of tho passengers or crew
aliv6; a 'steamer has been dispatched to
tho sccno of tho wreck from Corunna.
Tho Lloyd agents at Corunna report
that tho Sailor foundered in a denso
fog. Tho Salter, tho agents say, had a
fearfully rough passage from Uremen
to Corunna, which port she left on Do
comber 7, losing two boats and sus
taining other damages.
Berlin, Dec 11. A dispatch from
Corunna to the Cologne Gazette says
that the number of persons lost by tho
foundering of tho North German Lloyd
steamer Salier may possibly bo as high
Tho Gazette's correspondent says
that the ship had on board 210 passcn
gcrs when bho left Antwerp and cm
barked a great many more at the vari
ous Spanish ports she touched at.
Tho character of the Sailer's wreck
ago which has already been washed
ashoro indicates the steamer quickly
went to pieces, It is learned that the
Salier was wrecked four miles north oi
Villa Gracia on the night of December
7, the vessel being at tho tiino less
than three miles off shore.
I'rederlck Kast Dead.
London, Dec. 11. Frederick Kast,
one of tho defendants in tho action of
Earl Russell a'gainst his mother-in-law,
Lady Scott, and three others, for
criminal libel, died Friday. Kast had
been ill for nearly a fortnight, with
pneumonia, and Thursday suffered a
relapse from which ho did not rallv.
A gontlotnnn opened a storo in a town wliero lit) was well HcipmliitGil. a your or
so ago, and dependod upon his personal following to gain trade. A mouth niter
hooponod hlsstoro ho mot aliUv whom lie hurt known for years "Why don't
you caiiio in ami see my now store. Mary," asked tho merchant. ' I didn't think
you watited mo to," said Mnry. "Didn't want you to? Whit put that into your
heart?" "Why, you never lnvltort mo In, and I seldom go whore I'm not sure I'm
wanted." You can't stay rwiiv from our store on that ncoouut. Wo invito jou
in every timo the Lender prints a pal. or. You mo invited to pay us a visit in one
way or'anothor every day of your life and besides that you got paid lor accept
ing tho invitation.
ere m a few Barn for is feel
Mon's Overooiits, liriod x C
throughout with oxocllmit j-,(J (J
Serg olotb, substnntlnllv
trimmed with strong sloovo Hnlng-as
good as any $0 CO overcoat in the city.
Men'h Overcoats in Blue and f ))
Black Keisoy, stilctlj all OaUU
wool nnd color guaranteed,
elaguitly lined and trimmed and equal
to any .fO.tO overcoat in the city.
Men's, vory lino llouvor ami q
Kersey ovorcoats in Blue. Q t
Black and Brown, splendidly
lined and trimmed, silk piping cut In
the latest fashion.
lUUllo Blllll ill JJluu, itiauii
and Blown choviots, slnglo or
doublo breustcd. all wool
Mou's suits in Blue, Black IT HH
goods, guaranteed not to fade,
made and trimmed.
Men's suits in ovorplnlds, -y frr
checks and Who and Black f ,Q
ohovlotn, splondidly mado and
trimmod, equal to any $10 CO suit in tho
I he Buckeye,
Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers,
Cor. Front and Butlor fits., ' - - - Old P. O. Building
'"V -Jl MARIETTA,, OniO.
Of Operators nnil Miner of tlia Pitts
burgh District Can Mot Agree on n Wngo
PiTiBBUitan, Pa., Dec. 11. -Immediately
aftor tho joint conference oi
operators and miners of tho Pitts
burgh district convened Friday morn
ing, tho report of tho special wago
cointnittco was submitted. In It tho
miners asked for 74 cents from January
1 to March 1, and 70 cent3 tho balanco
of tho yenr. Tho operators offered
CO cents, and 05 cents for tho samo
terms. A stormy debate, amounting
almost to an uproar, followed. Presi
dent Dolan denounced tho decoption
and falso promises of tho operators,
and appealed to tho miners to stand
together against them and strike until
their demands wero rocognizod.
Operator Bobbins mado a short pa
cific speech in reply, and asked that if
a permament rate could not bo estab
lished that a prico for January should
be fixed upon.
After further discussion a committee
to nnmo a prico for mining for tho
month of January was appointed, and
tho coiiferenco adjourned to givo tho
commlttco timo to consikr tho ques
For the Arrest of Jackson anil "(Vailing Is
Bought by Many People.
FjtANltronT, Ky., Dec. 11. Asked
about tho reward offered by tho com
monwealth for tho conviction of Pearl
Bryan's murdorcrs, Goy. Bradley said
Friday morning: "Yes, thcro havo
been a number of applications for this
reward. I do not know just how
many. I havo nothing to do with this
matter, and tho law is very clear as to
tho proper proceeding.
"If tho decision of tho lower court in
tho Walling caso is afurmad, will tho
execution bo a doublo one?" asked a
"I can't answer that," replied the
governor. "Tho caso may bo given a
rohearing for all I know."
Tho attorney general received a let
ter from Attorney Otto Pflcger, of Cin
cinnati, asking how to present the
claims of his client, A. W. Early, the
Western Union operator, who claims
tho reward offered by tho common
wealth. Tho letter said that Early can
prove that ho gavo the information
which led to tho arrest of Scott Jack
son. . .
.tatatnnt Cashier CT.Uur Am st.
Nkvaija, Mo., Dee. 11. Isaac D. Ilig
gins, who was assistant cashier of a
national bank ut Poncn, Neb., in 1S03,
is under arrest on the charge of falsify
ing the books. When the bank failed
he was indicted but left tho state and
was recently located in Jerico, where
lie was living with his wife.
Mnrlo llurberl Acquitted.
New YoitK, Dec. 10. Mario Barberi,
who has been on trial in this city for
several days charged with tho murder
of her love", Dominio Cataldo, was
Thursday evening acquitted. This
was her second trial. Tho jury in tho
lrit. trial returund n. vprdlrt. nf miiltv
Men's suits. The most
liishioniiblo suits in tho
..niKl-nl Tlilu II. in nrtt.t-
iiiuinub. . ilia ...itr iii-
prisos tho latoat stylos In Brown checks
mid plaids, Bcotolio", Tweeds and
VIeunaw, olepuntly lined and trimmed,
tqual to any $13.50 buit in tho city.
Mon'H woolen, cheviot and
oasslmore P'ints iu neat pat
terns. Warranted not to lip
Men's ovcollonl quality nil
wool pants In black and
finip j' cbovlot.
.u) wool panti ill black, fancy,
sirineu unu nair unocuevio'
hn nn M
en's vory fine quality
BiJ UU l'ntH In now strlpesjcheeks
limsiblo plaids, eto , beaut
And Making Successful Opera
tions Against Woylor's Forces.
Turned the Captain General's
Left Flank on December 1,
Cnptnrlng More- Than 13,000 Standi of
Ann nnd an Immense- Quantity ot
Ammunition, Medicine nnd Bnp.
piles lrranclsoo Gomez Safe.
Nkw Yonif, Doc. 11. A special to tho
World from Havana dated December 0
by way of Koy West, Fla., says:
Tho work of strengthening tho forti
fications about Havana is being pushed
with noticeable energy. Guns aro be
ing placed on the heights around tho
city, all pointing toward the sea.
The fortifications of tho port of Ma
tanzas are also being strengthened.
All this is significant. Tho govern
ment sent GOO laborers to Ouanabacoa
Friday to construct entrenchments
and erect barricades as a precaution
against a fresh insurgent raid.
It is understood that tho whole town
is to bo enclosed with a barbed wiro
Dallas, Tex., Dec 11. Tho head of
tho local Cuban committees Thursday
received dispatches from Key West
making absolute denial of tho Spanish
report from Havana of the alleged
killing of Gen. Antonio Maceo. The
dispatches stato thab at 9 o'clock Wed
nesday night Maceo was. safe in Pinar
del Bio province, and his army
was making successful operations
against Wcylcr's forces; that
by tho turning of Wcylcr's loft
flank on December 1, Maceo had
captured more than 12,000 stands of
arms and nn immense quantity of
ammunition, nicdiciuo and commissary
Tho dispatches also stated that with
in the next three days tho Cubans are
likely to turn Weylcr's other Hank
and win a decisive victory. Francisco
Gomez has not been with Maceo
iu any of his recent movements,
and is safo in Matanzas province.
The head of the local committee said:
"Wo know positively that tho most
sensatioual and glorious news for tho
patriots will come from Cuba on or
about December 15. Texas is doing
moro to help tho patriots than any
other btato in tho union just now and
is favorably located for eUcctivb aid.
Dallas and Galveston will bo in closer
confidential relations with Key West
than will any point in the cast for
some time to come."
Tho Dallas Cuban committee,
through O. Paget, Thursday night is
sued a call for a public mass meeting
to bo held in auditoiium of tho city
hall at 3 o'clock next Sunday after
noon. Col. J. T. Trezevant, president
of tho Texas stato fair and Dallas ex
position, and a confederate oilioor of
prominence, has consented to preside.
An effort will bo mado to havo a
large representation of cx-confederato
and ex-federal soldiors in tho meeting.
One object of tho meeting is to givo
moral support to Senator Mills in
pressing his Cuban resolution iu con
gress. Luis Pcniz, official head of tho Texas
State Cuban Junta at Galveston, and
other Cubans havo been invited to be
Gold Democrats 3Icot.
Indianapolis, Ind., Dec 11. The
national executive committco of tho
national democratic party held its
first meeting since election at the
Bates house in this city Thursday aft
ernoon, and in tho evening enjoyed a
littlo supper with Henry Wattorson as
the guest of honor. Tho business of
the afternoon was tho auditing of tho
accounts of tho committee and discuss
ing tho question of organization dur
ing tho first year. Accounts were
found to be correct with a balanco left
in tho treasury, not a largo one, but
sufficient to send out a good deal of
lltcraturo before tho next presidential
election comes around.
Member of tho HufTalo Family Killed.
Salt Lake, Utah, Dec. 11. Ono of
tho last members of tho Buffalo family
was killed on Antelope island, in
Great Salt Lake, tho hunting party
killing it arriving in this city Thurs
day. The animal was an old bull who
has for somo years lived on tho island
undisturbed, but recently, on account
of his becoming savage it was decided
to shoot him. Ho was brought to this
city Thursday and is now on exhibi
tion. Ho weighs 3,315 pounds. This
is one of tho last full blood buffalo in
Three Children Ilurned to Dentil.
Inwix, Pa., Doc. 11. Three children
of John Palcnqucst, aged four months,
four and six years, wero burned to
deathThursday. Palcnqucst and his wife
had gono to their farm, about two miles
distant, leaving the children alone, and
tho little ones started to pl.iy with an
oil can in front of a grato fire, when
their clothing ignited. Before aid ar
rived tho houso was in flames and it
was impossible to rescue tho children.
3Iooiuouifi of War Tessols.
Wasuinotox, Dec. 11. The sailing
of tho Minneapolis from Jaffa for
Smyrna nnd tho arrival of tho Amphi
trite at Hampton Roads wero reported
to tho navy department Thursday.
Decision liiWalllng'fl Case Saturday.
FiUNKroJvr, Ky., Dec. 11. Tho court
of appeals will render a decision Sat
urday on tho appeal of Alonzo Walling,
sentenced to death for complicity in
tho murder of Pearl Bryan..
Kanll'j Assets, 830.30.
TorEKA, Kas., Dec 10. Tho cash on
hand in tho failed Baxter Spring's bank
has been found to bo S29,30. Tho
capital stock was 05,000.
Row and Interesting nappenlnci Within
lie Itecclves n Uullot in Ills Heart, Tired
tiy n Tramp.
Oalion, O., Dec 11. As tho Chicago
and Brio freight tralu No. 77 was start
ing out nt 12:45 p. m., Thursday, Rear
Brakoman Kelson Hchngcl ejected
throe tramps, one of whom pulled his
revolver and shot Scliagel through tho
heart. All thrco trumps fled, tho mur
deier going south, pursued by tho con
ductor, who emptied his revolver at
tho fleeing fugitive without success.
A largo posso was organized, and on
foot, horseback, in vehicles and on
switch engines of tho Big Four and Krlo
roads went out heavily armed to cap
ture or head off tho murderer. It. is
now said that ho is surroundod in a
bwtimn south of this city.
Division Supcrluteudont Allen, of
the Brio road, telegraphed for blood
hounds, which will arrive at 10:45 p.
jn. nnd immediately bo put upon the
murderer's tracks. Tho latter shed
his overcoat in his flight, and from it tho
beent will be given tho hounds. Tho
murdored brakoman was a resident of
Huntington, Ind., whero ho had a wife
nnd four children. Ho was an exem
plary man, a member of tho Brother
hood of Railroad Tialnmcn and a
good railroad man. 'i'heie is Btrong
talk of lynchiug his murderer if
Itl'tlcs Its Annual Uupurt With (Inv.llnsh
nel Half of the Applli ntlmm Met With
Columiius, O., Dec 11. Tho annual
report of tho stato board of pardons
was filed with the governor Friday. It
shows that 131 eases wero before the
board during the year. Of those 10 were
loft over from last year. OI tho whole
number of applications 54 were
recommended and 53 rejected. Two
cases of murder in the first degrco
were presented, both of which wero
rejected. One of the applicants was
William P.ml, who lias sinro taken his
case to a hightr court, and the other,
Frank Tiornoy, who is now iu the an
nex awaiting execution, which takes
place next Tuesday night.
2Jinc persons under life sentence for
murder in tho .second degree made ap
plication to the boatd. Of these two
were recommended, two rejected and
five aro (.till under consideration. Six
cases of manslaughter were before tho
board, fivo of which wero recommend
ed. Tho other is .still under considera
Tho Ohio Supremo Court JUukus an Iiu
C0T.lI.MUUS, O., Doc. It. Iu tho CISC
of' the P., C, C.& St. L. Railway Co. vs.
James G. Boynolds, tho supremo court
Thursday handed down tho following
"Whoro a person has a ticket pur
chased from a company engaged In the
business of a common carrier of pas
sengers, entitling him to bo carried
from a certain station to another on
the lino of its road, and is good only
on trains stopping at his destination,
is, by the fault of the company'
station agent, induced to take a
train that does not, under its schedule,
stop at buch plaocs, and as a conse
quence is ejected by the conductor on
calling for his ticket and before reach
ing his destination, such facts show a
right in the passenger against the
company to recover as for a tort, and
not merely for a breach of contract.
Suicides oil IU Wife's Clrave.
Cincinnati, Dec 11. A man named
Lindsley called at the gate of Spring
Jrovo cemetery at 2 o'clock Friday
afternoon and asked to ha shown the
j;ravo of his wife, Alary K. Linds
ley. IIo was told by the gatekeeper
ivhero tho gravo was and started
In tho direction designated. Tn a
fow minutes workmen near by heard
Iho leport of a pistol, and rushing to
the grave, found the man lying across
the littlo mound with his life blood
rushing from a wound in his breast.
Jho revolver was still clutched in his
lianil. The man died before ho could
be removed from the grave.
Wholesalo Tobirco nnd Clp;.ir l'lrm Falls.
ToLKlio, O., Dec. 11. Loland Smith
& Co., wholesale tobacco and cigars,
ailed Friday. Tho liabilities aro 810,
)l)0; assets somewhat loss. Tho vice
president of the company, J. G. Gould,
lisappcared sevoral days ago, but it is
said that fact has nothing to do with
Iho failure. K. M. .Hurley it Co., re
lail gents' furnishings, also failed Fri
3ay. Tho preferred claims amount to
23,000, assets not given.
Com let .Jumps from .i Train.
Coi.vnmus, O., Dec. 11. Wm. Stan
Icy, a convict who was brought from
Iho penitentiary to testify at Bowling
lit eon iu tho case of 'Thomas C. Jones
(lias "Doe" Loo, tho Chicago crook,
i.inpod from a train going -JO miles an
hour Thursday nc.ir Kenton and es
:apeil. Ho was going back to the pen
itentiary. He jumped from the closot
llutlior Hanc Thun lo llaik.
Asiti.Asn, O.. Doc. 11. Tho grand
Jury indicted ISlias Kiestcr Thursday
afternoon, charging him with tho first
tlcgreo murder of Iloraco Stearns, at
Perrysville, Novembor 20. Kicster
says: "I am innocent, but would rather
bo hanged than return to Perrysville."
Ills trial will begin January 5.
Heath of tloseph N. llathburu,
PoilEIlov, O., Dec. 11. Fx-Auditor
Foseph Nowton Ratliburn, aged 03, a
leading morchant of Rutland, died
Thursday night at Mlddloport of ty
ohold fever. Ills father. Flisha Bath-
i . - i
, burn, was a pioneer preacher born In
Of Prosident Cleveland Com
mented on by Havana Press.
Tho Government Organ Makes Severe
Criticisms on tbo Cuban Section.
It Characterizes the Document as n Series
of Hypotheses La Union Constitu
tional tjnjm the Lecture Is Unploas
ttiit to Spain Lichs HuuKhtlnoas.
HavaxA, Dec 11. Up to tho timo of
sending this dispatch Thursday even
ing, nothing has been learned of tho
whereabouts of Macco's body, and
nothing further has transpired to con
firm the reports of his death.
La Lucha, the government organ, is
tho first paper hero to speak editorial
ly of President Cleveland's message.
It publishes along leader in which it
examines all the points of tho Cuban
section of the message und makes se
vere criticism of the whole. Tho pa
per makes a vigorous protest against
tho aggressive parts of the message.
It says among other things:
Tho message is no moro or no less
than a series of hypotheses. It can'
not please Spain, but it does not wrong
her. It adds that Spaniards can not
admit intervention in their own af
fairs. They have spirit enough to re
pulse impositions and will acceptnoth
iug degrading or irri-circumscribing
their right to couduct their own af
fairs. When their honor is con
cerned thoy aro ot tho samo rank as
the peoplo of tho most powerful and
La Union Constitutional says tho
lecture is unpleasant to Spain, but ad
mits that Mr. Cleveland's languago
lacks haughtiness when compared with
that which he has used toward other
powers. It adds that it expects that
tho messago will result favorably to
Spain. Tho tono of the article through
out is rather mild.
The Diario do la Marina, La Pais and
F.1 Commereio make no editorial com
ment on tho message.
Jppan is preparing an official ac
count of the war v.itli China, written
by the rvnorsl stair. The naval and
military uuvnem ci-s will be published
in separate ports.
Star x Glothing x Mouse
SUGGESTIONS FOR CHRISTMAS
MBIT'S 'JSTX) BOYS .rJK.BL
LOOK OVER TUB FOLLOWING LIST AND NO DOUBT YOU WILL FIND
WHAT WILL bUlT YOU.
Nothing pleases a man more than to
have a pair lor each p iir of pints.
Nice ones put up in glass top boves
WHITE SILK HAND
KERCHIEFS There is no llo.v or M in but what
ill appreciate a SilU Handkerchief,
especially if it lias his initial on. l'rici
2.ie and SOc.
You can't miss it if you got them
J do5 p.ur socles for a present. Thoy
doj't lil.e to wear soeUs with holes iu
Have all prices. One in a tun color
that looks like a 25e ono that wo mo
goiug to sell 0 pair for 50e.
We always nine a spee'iiil lot for the
Ilolidiivs. tuvo u man or boy three or
four tics (so ho can have a change) if
you uuut to pk'iuio him. The lVisinn
I'.illerns aio the noiv things. All
shapes at popular pi ices, 2."i and 50.'.
For u nlco pro -out get a pair of our
No. !10 Gloves, price $1 B. Tills is a
wuir.iuted G)jo We pay 51.10 per
doz. moro for' it than mot gloves
bought to retail nt$l.fU.
Get your hoy .i Sweater und 10 to 1
you will plenso hitn. IVics fiOe ami
$1.00. Moii'n a speel.il lot, 82.50,
Aro tho go. If he Is a dresser, a fancy
vest will ploaso him. Thoy come In
silk, corduioy nnd black gooJs flower
ed. Price f.'.OO to? 1.00.
All woolen Tricots, colors Green,
Brown, Blue and Garnet Price, S4.50
A ci earn of tarter baltlnB powder. Highest
oi all In leavening strength. Latest United
States Government Kood lteport.
Kovai. 11AUINO PowDEit Co., Now York.
Express nnd Mall Car Ilnrned.
Memiuiis, Tenn., Dec. 11. Tho comn
blnatlon express and mail car, attack-!
ed to train No. 103, of tho Illinois Con-!
tral railway, was burned to tho tracks
at Tribloton, two miles north of Meni-'
phis. Ten pieces of baggage, slxfino,
hunting dogs and CO mail pouches wens',
consumed. It wa3 caused by tho over
turning of a lamp.
Contractor nod Uulldcr Assigns.
'Norfolk, Va , Dec. 11. Joha E.
Struchen, a largo contractor and,
builder, of Rochester, N. Y., made attj
assignment, without preference, horoi
Friday with liabilities amounting to!
SSO.O00. His creditors aro New York"
Cincinnati, Chicago, Baltimore, Ro
chester and Buffalo people. IIo places)
his assets at 150,000.
Kccrutts for tho Cuban Army.
Dcxvr.il, Col., Dec. 11. Leave of ab
senco has been granted Charles F.
Groll and Adalbert II. West, members'
of tho Colorado national guard, who
intend to start for Cuba next Sunday
with 200 volunteers, all of whom havo
had military training. They will en
list in tho insurgent army.
alliance, O., Dec. 11. John Kel
logg and John Brown, coal miners at
ISorgholz, near here, quarreled over
Hie ownership of an empty coal car in,
the mines Thursday. Brown gained
possession of the car, when Kellogg,
3rovo a coal pick almost through his
idvcrsary's body, killing him.
Presents for the young fellows and
dressy men. Colored Persian Bosoms
with white bodies. Wear with them
tho white collars, prico 51.00.
A special lino purchased for Christ
mas. The lino is strong in goods to
retail at $1.00, Sl.no and $2.00. Cano
Umbrellas tiro appreciated bv the
young men. Prices as low as $1.50.
The i'rluco of Wales Crook tiro the
correct things. Prices 50c, T5, 51.00 and
All prices, 2."c to 51.50. Wo aio mak
ing leaders, of BOYV SCHOOL MUFF
LKRS to retuil at 10c and 25c.
Get them a pair of nice Cuff Buttons.
Tho Link ISutlonsnro the newest, prico
5l 50a und 75c Watches, cases war
i anted for livo years; movements, Wal
thain and Klein. Thoy aro worth
512. Anyone purchasing 510 worth ot
goods can buy one of these watches
Special price for Christmns. Any of
our &J.0J hats, tho "Hawea" for 5J.60."
Got them a nice overcoat- Your
choice of our 512.50 coats for 510 00.
Karly buying, nh late buying re
duces the tcope of selection, and tho
choicest will be culled out of our stock.
Comu in early and if wo don't havo
the blze or just what suits you wo will
havo time to get It for you.
Uonnecticut 100 vcarstigo.