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Marietta Daily Leader.
THE ONLY ASSOCIATED PRESS REPORT IN MARIETTA BY PRIVATE WIRE-
VOL. VII NO 229
MARIETTA. OHIO, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, iUUJL.
TEN CENTS A WEEK
Trembled When He was
Sentenced to foe
Pslvs PenaJty for Mis Crime in
the Week Beginning Oc-
Dy Associated Press ,
Buffalo, Sept. 2C Czolgosz wns this
afternoon sentenced to bo electrocuted
In tho Auburn stato prison during tho
week beginning October 28, 1901. Bc
foro Bcntcnco was passed tho assass
in evinced a desire to speak, but ho
could not got his voice above a whis
per and his words were lepeated to
tho court by hl& counsel. "It was no one
elso but me," tho prisoner said In a
whisper, "No ono elso told me to do
it, no ono paid mo to do it. I was
not told anything about tho crlmo
and I never thought anything about It
until a couplo of days before I corn
Czolgosz then sat down and was
quite calm and It waB evident that his
mind was flooded with thoughts of hij
own disU ess. His eyes were dilated,
making thom appear veiy bright.
His cheeks were a trlilo palo and his
hands trembled. When tho guauls
put the handcuffs on his wrists he
loojted atjono of tho ofllccrs with an
expression of ptofoundest fear and
helplcssnes was In his eyes. Ho
fotupeVabmje at thc peoplwho
eyelfcTsTrosVaiTd feU'lromulously when
ho fixed his gazo on tho floor in front
At this point Judge Titus camo over
io the prisoner and bade him good
bye. Czolgosz replied very faintly, letting
hia eyes rest on tho man who was his
counsel, "good-bye," ho said weakly.
Czolgosz was then huriied down tho
stairs through tho "tunnel of sobs"
to tho jail whero ho Is to remain un
til removed to pay tho penalty for the
CZOLGOSZ TAKEN TO AUBURN.
By Associated Press.
Buffalo, N. Y., Sept. 2C Czolgosz
was taken from Buffalo to tho Auburn
Btate prison tonight by Sheriff Cald
well and sixteen men in a special ca""
attached to the second section of the
10;0G train on the New York Central.
Auburn will be reached at 2:12.
Czolgosz was "sneaked" out tho back
entrance suirounded by 17 men and
hustled into a special car which backed
down on tho terrace tracks a few rods
In tho rear of tho jail. Sheriff Cald
well's moves wero kopt so secret and so
Suffered by two Men Who were Caught
in a Burning Rig,
In tho Sanatorium In this city, aro
two men who slnco Wednesday even
ing havo suffered untold agony from
burns received whllo working on an
oil, yell near Cairo, West Virginia.
Tho men aio Prank Whitllng and
W. H. Hogan. Mr. Whitllng Is a con
tractor and Mr. Hogan was employed
by him. Tho wall whero tho awful
accident occurred is located on tho
Harkncss tract about a milo and a
half east of Cairo. Tho well is tho
property of tho Lynn Oil Company.
It was shot hut a short time ago and
Mr, Whitllng had taken the contract
to clean it out. It was Wednesday
evening when tho men wero work
ing In tho derrick nnd tho will com
menced to flow, Befoto tho men
could got away their clothes wero sat
urated with oil. Tho boiler was near
tho derrick and in an Instant tho gas
and oil had caught ilro and tho whole
yas a roaring mass of flames. For
tunctoly, however, tlip men woro able
to get from the rig before tho ilamoa
cleverly managed that no ono but tho
guards, offclals and newspaper men,
who were on tho watch, know the
assassin had been smuggled out of jail.
Czolgosz wns handcuffed to Jailer Mit
chell. A slow nin was made to Union
station, wheio a legular car was at
tached to tho" regular train. Tho news
that a car containing tho murderer was
attached to tho train spread quickly
and all the'rallioad men in tho station
clambeied upon platforms to get a look
at tho assassin.
Jii3t boforc the train pulled out your
representative saw Czolgosz seated eas
ily in a sent and smoking a cigar, sur
rounded by guards.
Precautions wero taken because tho
authorities received word from some
souice today that tho sheriff might en
encounter considerable difficulty In
getting his prisoner to Auburn. Just
what sort of trouble is feared has not
"asssufc 'i"tiiinK(iiii. - -
ainst TurkoyGonsideretl 'by
By Associated Press.
Paris, Sept. 2G.Courler Dusolro says
tho lesult of the conforenco between
Empeior Nicholas and Piesldcnt Lou
bet, during tho Czat's visit to France,
is tho exchange of vlows' between
Euiopcan cabinet3, now progressing
with tho object of ai riving nt an un
dci standing as to action against Tur
key. Germany's concurrence is as
suied. -Thero must bo further rofcr
enco to, other governments beforo a
final decision can bo reached.
Historian Nlcolay Dead.
By Associated Press.
Washington, Sept. 2C. John Gcorgo
Nlcolay, private secretary to Presi
dent Lincoln, and widely known as
tho author of sovcr.il works on "Tho
Life of tho Lato Great Piesldcnt," died
hero this aftcinoun. Ho is 70 ycais
of ago and has been In feeblo health
for sevcial yeais.
had completely enveloped them, but
their clothes, saturated with the
greasy fluid, weio ?oroplotcly burned
from them. Assistance quickly ar
rived and medical aid was summoned,
but it was decided that the only chance
to save tho unfortunato men's lives
wns In, taking thom to a placo whero
they could receive good attention.
Thoy wero brought to this city Thursday-
noon. Mis, Whltling, accom
panied hor husband. Mr. Hogan Is
a slnglo man'.
Tho men aro horribly burned, thero
being scarcely an unburnod spot on
their bodies. Hogan ls-tho worso.ln
jured of tho two, and it is feaicd that
ho inhaled somo of tho flames. Whllo
Whitllng is also seriously 'burned tho
doctoi8 enteitaln hopo for his recov
ery. Whltllng's homo Is In Clarks
burg. At 2 (o'clock this morning tho Sanl
toriunv informed tho Leader that tho
Injured men woro resting easy. The
changes now aoom In favor of their1
Will be Granted G, M. Pull
man, Jr.'s, Wife,
By Associated Press.
Cnlcaog, Sept. 2C Mis. George M.
Pullman, Jr., will bo granted a dlvorco
ficm her husband tomorrow. Evi
dence in tho suit for divorco was
hcnul by Judge Fisher hero today.
Pullman's solicitor consented to de
fault for want of an answer, also for
an immediate trial. Tho court there
foio lnstiucted the attorneys foi tho
complainant, Mis. Pullman, to wiltc
up tho oidcnco and agrco upon tho
amount of allmonv by tomorrow, when
a decree of divot co will be signed.
Mrs. Pullman charges her husband
with unfaithfulness and desertion.
Tho couplo hao been scpaialcd slnco
Prison Board Alocts,
Special to tho Leader.
Indianaoplls, Sept. 20. Tho Board
of Control of tho Michigan City Prison
was In session today, but no action
was taken In respect to tho charges
against Uriah Culbert, ono of tho
members. Mr. Culbert was advised,
it is understood, that holding stock
In a company having a prison con
tract does not disqualify him. Ho
docs not Intend to resign.
Killed and M'&oiy Injur
ed by Rxplosior. of
Workmen on Top -the Tank at
the Time Were Swept in.
By Associated Pi ess.
Now York, Sept. 2G Six men and
possibly seven wero killed and seven
Injured by nn explosion today of an
oil tank of tho Essex and Hudson Gas
company nt Newark, N. J.
Tho dead aro: Lawienco Kirch,
employee, William Meyer, Otto New
man, foreman, Alfred Snyder, resi
dent of Jersey City, Nicholas Miller,
Many witnesses say that thero is a
body in the river as thoy saw it hurl
ed high in the air and thrown in that
direction. Tho tank which exploded
was ono of a number of immenso
steel reservoirs which was undergo
ing its periodical cleaning, It having
been emptied of Its oil in tho morn
ing. Tho tank was tewonty feet deep and
Klich and Meyer enteied thiough tho
mnnholo first. Thoy wero immediate
ly overcome by tho fumes. Foi email
Newman saw this and started down
after them, after shouting warnlg to
For tbe Coming Week in
Common Picas Court Is grinding
steadily away, and a good-sized gi 1st Is
being turned out'dally. Tho decks are
being cleared for tho work of tho petit
jury which will begin its sittings on
Today and tomorrow tho timo of tho
Court will bo taken up almost exclus
ively ,by dlvorco cases as follows:
Settles vs. Settles.
McGinnls vs. McGlnuis.
Moore vs. Mooro.
BI30 vs. Disc.
Deover vs. Deovor.
Romloy vs. Remley,
Griffin vs. Griffin.
Of President Lincoln Viewed
By Associated Press.
Springfield, 111., Sept. 20. What is
intended to ho tho final removal of
tho remains of Abraham Lincoln took
place" today. Tho casket was taken
from its rcstli.g placo In tho monu
ment to tho Memorial Hall, where it
was opened and tho remains viewed
by tho state officers, who aro mem
bers 'of the Lincoln Monument As
sociation, and somo membeis of tho
old Lincoln guard of honor. It Is un
derstood that tho remains aro In a
bad stato of pioservatloh but easily
identincd. Tho casket was then
closed and removed to the now vault.
Two feet of concieto piotects the bot
tom pf tho casket. Tho excavation is
fifteen feet deep, eight wide and eight
longj Surrounding the casket is a
steel' cage, around which will bo plac
ed a rolld wall of masonry.
Judge Wilson's Funeral.
By Associated Pi ess.
Washington, Sept. 2G. Funeial ser
vices over tho remains of tho lato
Jciemiah M. Wilson, Chief Counsel for
Aum'iial Schley, weio held In the
Chufch of tho Covenant this afternoon.
Tho' chinch was filled. Interment
was In Oak Hill cemcteiy.
othdr workmen in tho yard, hut he
too collapsed In tho tank. Nicholas
Miller, a grocer, onco foieman of tho
works in tho yaids, at once assumed
chargo of tho rescue. Summoning
others tho men began with chisels to
cut a large ling in tho tank. It is
supposed that ono of tho chisels in
striking tho steel caused tho emis
sion of a spark, for instantly thero
was an explosion ,and then a sheet of
flame. Ten men weio on top of the
tank at the time. They wero Bwept n
way in all directions. Miller, Sny
der, the unidentified man nnd ono
supposed to bo in tho river, bore the
brunt of tho teniblo shock. The
three first mentioned weio not badly
mangled, hut not a bono in their
frames was left unbiokcn. Tho tank
was rent in (twnin and after all was
over tho bodies of tho tlneo men In It
wero taken out. Tho gas in tho oth
er tanks In tho yard wero surrounded
by flames for a short timo but none
Hildobrand vs. Hildebrand.
Following aro the Jury casese which
havo been assigned for next week:
Monday, Sept. 30th.
Geo. Maney vs. Daniel Ludwlg.
Thomas Highland vs. James P.
Mellor vs. Tho Marietta Electric
Co. To bo ro-set.
Tuesday, October 1st.
Christina Brown vs. City of Marietta.
Producers' Refining Co. vs. John M.
Wednesday, October 2.
Hallwood Cash Register Co. vs. Ed
Samuel Miller vs. I. M. Latchaw.
John H. Wolford vs. F. R. Rose, et al.
LucyAVlJlams vs. Fred McDonald.
Thursday, October 3rd.
Henry Thomas ct al, vs. F. Schwen
derman, 'Warden H. Pugh vs. John Llghtnoi.
Friday, October 4.
(LunjHolland vs. ChaB. Mooro.
A. T, Nyo ys, Tho Marietta Tolo
Edwnrd Larimer vs. Flnlay Brewing
As the Yachts Did not
Finish Within the
Columbia SRowed Her Super
iority Over the English
By Associated Press.
New York, Sept. 20. Ono of tho
biggest crowds that ever put to sea
went down to Sandy Hook lightship
today in various kinds of ciaft to wit
ness Shamrock II and Columbia stiug
glo for tho yacht supremacy of the
world in the first of the cup laces of
1001. But the excursion fleet returneJ
Tho wind was never moro than nine
and some times as low as three knots,
too light and shifty to carry the con
testants over the thirty mile couisc in
tho time allotted by ho rules. At the
end of five and one-half hours, the
prescribed time, the race was officially
declared off and the yachts wci e towed
back to their bcith3 inside Sandy HjoIc
When tho gun of tho committee boat
was fired declaring; the race off the
Amoilcan boat was still eocii m'los
from the finish line. The Englishman
was astern her and exports cdUni.Up
her dlstanco behind tho Columbia at
over three quarters of a mile.
Americans havo teason to copgratu
latcthomselvcs upon tho result- of-tho
first trial. Tho Columbia was headej
but once In tho twenty-three miles and
then tho English boat show ed the waj
for only five minutes. In the wind
ward woik the Columbia beat th?
foreigner seven minutes and fifteen
seconds to tho outer mark and In
creased her lead somewhat in the broad
leach for home.
Wliile tho test was unsatisfactory,
yachting sharps are more confident
than ever tonight that the Columbia
will successfully defend tho cup. Cer
tainly the Columbia's superloiity in
light airs appeals to be demonstrated
today. Tho Shamrock did not mako as
good a showing as did Lipton's flist
challenger in tho half dozen flukes that
precded tho actual races two years ago
What tho Shamrock may be able to do
in heavy weather is problematical, but
the Columbln is tiled and all her ad
mirers Insist that sho Is distinctively
a heavy weather boat.
Tho beat down tho Long Island coast
made a beautiful mai ino spectacle. Tho
patrol fleet undei tho direction of Capt
Walker of tho Revenue Seivico, main
tained a perfectly clear field. A half
mllo of revenue cutteis and yachts at
Says Mrs. Minley's Strength is
Not all that is to be Desired.
By Associated Press.
Canton, 0 Sept. 20. "Mrs. McKln
lcy's strength Is not all that is to bo
dcslrod. She is doing Just as well
as any women could under similar
circumstances." Tills was from Dr.
Tho usual morning visit was paid
to tho cemetery and tho usual country
drlvo taken this afternoon. Sccio
tary Cortelyou is expected Friday to
spend several days attending to tho
personal "business of tho McKlnley
family. Ai tides of incorporation for
nn organization having for lta object
tho erecting of a suitable monument to
tho late President wero forwarded to
Columbus today. Tho Incorpora
tors are members of tho oxecutlvo
committee created under the authori
ty of tho President's cabinet, to dir
ect tho Capton funeral nrrangements.
Tho name decided upon is "Tho Nn-
tlonal Memorial Association." It
purposes erecting and maintaining
at Canton a suitable memorial' to
angle for points from each side of the
courso formed a right angle, changing
thelt direction as the yachts tacked.
In the hollow of this angle were tho
laceis, as If In a fence corner, while
behind the fence, on either side, were
floating moving lines, their smoking
stacks making a black wall above them.
Tho courso was east by north fifteen
miles, straight into tho eyes of tho
wind, and return. Tho Columbia
crossed the line, the first official 'timo
being: Columbia 11:10:39; Shamrock
11:11:01. Ofllclal time at outer mark:
Columbia 3:05:52; Shamrock 3:12:47.
It was 4:40 when tho regatta com
mittee dec'nied the race off.
BRITISH ARE DISAPPOINTED.
London, Sept. 20 The failure of tho
yachts to u er the course In timo co
ated General disappointment in Groit
Britain, but chagrin wd3 apparent at
tho poo." showing of Shnmtcck li lind
overshadovrd all other expressions of
feeling Vhc great sucttrban popula
tion of London was kept advise! of fno
progiess f the oents by pyrotechnics
on tho Alexander and Crystal piluVB
on tho north ana south sides of tho
Tho London ciowds were chiefly
gathered on the embankment watch
ing the red and green electric lights
making progress up the high tower on
Surrcysido, In accordanco with tho
aring positions of the yachts. Con
stant bulletins at the leading hotiVs
supplied the news to hundreds of oth
ers. Sporting clubs announced a very
small amount of wagers.
King Edward displayed great inter
est and Kept posted on every move
ment of tho achts.
Real Estate Sale.
J. W. McCollum reports thd sale of
the J. F. Mclntlio propel ty, on tho
corner of Eighth and Wayne streets,
to Mary Schoen, of Hohmnn, O.
Grand Jury Will Report.
It is expected that the grand jury
for tho September term of the commoji
pleas court will roport today, having
be n In session siuco Tuesday.
William McKinlcy, raising tho nec
essary funds for said purposes, and
after fully providing for same, tho
surplus of such funds, If any, shall
bo dovoted to a memorial for tho lato
President at Washington, D. C.
For Rails for New Elecric
The contract for furnlshlnc four
hundred tons of rails for the Parkers-burg-Mai
lctta electric lino has been
awarded by tho Parkersburg and Mar
ietta Inter-Urban Street Railroad Com
pany, and fho same will bo delivered
about tho middle of October, ,
This will be a sufficient amount Of
steel to lay several miles of track.
Wor'k on tho new lino is being pushed.