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V r i. V H '3 MARIETTA LEADER. 1 - -m wi 'M m VOL, II: NO. 59 MARIETTA, OHIO. TUESDAY, MAJCH 10, 1890. PUICE ONE CENT. s-, li'l DAILY ,0 tf lur MORE RIOTING. Martial Law Proclaimed in City of Valencia. the Attompt Made to Hold a Meeting to Ex- 1 press Anti-American Sentimorits-. The Crowd Dispersed by the aondnrmes Xlio 1'ollco of llllboa Frovf lit nn Attack on tho American Cousulnto Smiill fe. Disturbances at Snrngosnn. Madrid, 'March 0. The action of tho mob element in Vnlencla became po threatening' Sunday that partial law wns proclaimed In that city Sunday night. A crowd numbering fullyN ten thousand persons met for tho purpose of holding a meotlng to oxpress antt Amcrlcan sentiments. Tho authori ties had issued an order forbidding the holding of such meetings, but no attention was paid to it Tho gendarmes at tho bull ring refused to allow the mob to enter and were told that they were traitors to Spain. Then several persons in the crowd cried "Long live tho Republic," whdreupon the gendarmes charged tho mob. Tho crowd answered with sev eral revolver shots, one of tho gend armes being seriously wounded in tho chest. Tho situation had as sumed such a menacing aspect that orders were given to tho gendarmes to Are upon tho mob. A volley was fired from tho carbines car ried by the gendarmes and tho crowd scurried for shelter. It Is not known positively whether anybody was shot or not, but it is believed that tho volley was fired over tho heads of the rioters. Later the courago of tho crowd re turned, and with augmented numbers tho mob marched through the streets shouting: "Long livo Spain," "Death to tho Yankees." The police und gendarmes repeatedly opposed the crowd, but tholr efforts to restore order were not of tho slightest avail. The governor of the provinco then proclaimed martial law and any further rioting will be dealt with stern- ly by the military power. Tho governor, acting under imper ative orders from Madrid, had concen trated a strong forco around tho Amer ican consulate. The crowd attempted to pass these guards, but were unable to do so. Then they hurled" inMilts at tho American government and Amer ican people Sunday night tho city was quiet, the mob not having tho courage to faco the troops who are awaiting or ders to deal with rioters. , There was several small disturbances Sunday at Saragossa but the authori ties were alert nud determined and tho rioters wclc easily dispersed. At Uilboa, a crowd of 500 persons at tempted to irmlco an attack upon tho American consulate but were prevented by the police. At Victoria, posters were put upon walls declaring that Spain must go to war with tho United States and put a curb on Yankee arrogance. Gov. GreenlinlsoVi Itt-iiiiiliiR, Hurled. LiOUELT,, Mass., March 0. The re mains of Gov. Greenhalge were buried Monday afternoon. After a short ser vice for members of the family and im diato friends, the public services were held in tho First church. Congregational Tlio Hoot lis Speak at Cooper Union. New Yohk, March 0. Mr. and Mrs. Rallington Ilooth addressed an immense audience at Cooper Union Sunday night. It was one of tho largest gath erings ever held in tho history ot the building. To lo Kxccutefl niny 14, llAluusiiCJto, Pa., March 0. Gov. Hastings has fixed Thursday, May 14, as the date for the execution of Abra ham I. Eckhard, the Luzerne county mu rd over. Announc tsvlrtww'b&&& On Wednesday Wo CFotHingHatsCaps " We WEDNESDAY, Itwil V Music THE BUCKEYE NEWS. Bow una Intermtlng Ifnppnlngi Within Our Murders. t ' THE REPUBLICANS. 6tafe Cunvnntlnn at Coluintin Tnendny CinUdnte ItttablUh Uaa'diraArtcr Cui.uuniis, O., March . Candidates for nomination by tlio republican slate r-ntivniitinn which mer-t.R liyi-is on rIttcs- dny, uro coining In and opening head- quarters. is w, Doty, of Cleveland, nud Wins'iynney, of Poi tsmouth, candidate; for secretary of state, and ' If. A. llertlilelt. of Char- dou. and V. It. McNeill, iff Troy, candidates for slate food commissioner, mints hero Sunday. Thu contest for tlir-s-o two places is very lively. Kin ney seems I o have tlio lead for secretary of statu. The grocery tuidn in general Is t uUiiiLT a hand In tho food- commls- slonership trying to defeat Dr. Mo Neul. thu present commissioner, who, they claim, has been very ar bitrary and severe in administra tion of the o 111 co. The stilling of tho investigation he demanded in the house on Friday, however. Is tending In Me Neat's favor. He will jl'robably bo nominated- M. .1. Williams will prob ably be nominated for a third term on thu supremo bench nud Kepi escntatlvo Fiaulc Huffman, of Van Wei t. for board of public works. FciruUor will bo temporary president of the convention and .lohu P. Ltardon, of I'alnesville. seoietary. There will be no contest ovcr tho selection of dple- gates-at-large. They will be Gov. i ltu.shncll. Senator Foraker. Mark A. Ilamia and either 0. II. Grosvenor or Senator Sherman. Stiong McICiuley resolutions will-she adopted. DESPERATE PRINTER. fie Attempt to Miirilxr ITU Wife, Tluin Stul i llluiHf-lf In tlio Itroimt. Cor.UMiitis. 0 . March II. A desperate attempt to commit murder and suicide was made by llui liniiin .Tucnichen, a printer , at 1040 .lacger sttect, Sunday afternoon, while tinder the influence of liquor. With it heavy poker ho dealt his wife Uvn blows over tho head with such forco that tho poker was twisted like a coiksciew and tho scalp w.is cut away in largo pieces. Thinking he had killed her lie stabbed himself 10 times in tho breast with a dagger. He was taken to tho Protest ant hospital, wete he now lies in a very critical 'condition. The woman's skull is uot fiaetured and she will ptobably recover. l Treasurer Miles llntiHu Kolibcd Ct.EVici.Asi), O. March 0. A special to the Pi ess from Akron, O., says: One of tho most succcessful burglaries over known in this city occurred Sunday night. Tho homo of Treasurer S. A. Miles, on first street, viih entered while tho family was at church und jewelry valued at over 81,000 stolen. Tho gems were tho property of Mis. C. V. Pilue- trcr. n sibtcr-iu-kiw of Mis. Miles. The burglars entered the fiont door and thoioughly ransacked ceiy loom in tho house. ' C'onvli-t ttK-4 I'roin the Penitentiary, Cor.UMitus, O., March 0.--Geo. Thomas, of Cleveland, serving a five-year sen tence for burglary and larceny, es caped from tho Ohio penitentiary Sun day tiftci noon, but was. soon captured and returned. Uo feigned insanity and has been in the insane department for months. Taking advantage of tho lax vigilance there, he reached the yard nud by means of a gas 'pipe tcaled tho walls Shot lll IV If n and Attempted Suicide. Cui.UMtiUB, O., March 0 A special to tho Pi ess from Mt. Sterling, O., says: Wesley Passwater shot his divorced wife three times Monday, and attempt ed to kill himself by shooting. She was shot in tlio head, arm and back, but will probably survive. His wound is not serious though it is in tho bicast. The uall struck a rib. Jealousy the cause. ,. "V erne nt With this issue of the Leader wo make-our most profound obeisance to tho people of Maricttu and 'ciniiy. We as well as some cities in otlW States, and after a careful canvass, have decided that MariettiiM's a good place in 3 expect to open for inspection of the V desjre to makejhe acquaintance of every man, woman -and child in MARCH 11TH, OUR GRAND OPENING WILL be a dating point. It will always .. bo, "just after the Buokeye Grand Opening " Tlio flood of '8-1 will not bo in itl Make up your mind to visit our store. There will be . Snnvonirs nnrl.n stock of iroods'that will charm with its sDlendor and beautv. Aivommodatine clerks will take -pleasure in showinc you every department, quoting values and displaying qualities. We will not sell that day", but will simply be at home -not, as mercfiants, but as hosts simply tto entertain and become acquainted. To every visitor a hand some Souvenir will be given. The invitation is given to one and.all, We trust the publio will accept it with the same degree of cordiality in which it is given. Tho latch string is out. Gomel Don't forgot tho day, date and place. jOanceft ly Arnold's Orchestra, from S to 5 p tn. and from 7:80 to 10 p. m. BUCKEYE .CIOTIJIlJEIiS, EDICTS -ISSUED? They Are Expected to Bring Many Out of tho'Robeis' Ranks. All THose Who Caiifee Will Desert the Cuban Bo Pardoned. Dlro I'llnlOitiii'iit Tlirnitniknil TlinHn Vho Uoiitliiuu to right Complntfl'MlilUiry 4 Occupation or All VUrtH of "J." wo Vny" liirun Cruelties l'ntwlbli-. Nr.w Yohk, Murcli I). A dlsputch to tho Herald froiR Havana says: Cupt. Gen. Weylcr has issued two highly im portant edicts which are expected to bring out of the lebol ranks mnnj per sons who aro willing to avail them sches of ills proffered pardon on tho conditions named. The lusurgcuts aro well aware that 18,000 troops hayo th rived as reinforcements during tho last three weeks, and that fuct is counted upon tb inUucncc many of them. Tho proposed amnesty, however, is qual ified by. so many limitations that Cu bans generally are disposed to doubt whether many rebels will surrender under its terms. The first edict ap plies only to the provinces of 1'inar Del Rio and Havana, where tho govern ment entertains tlio most sangnine hopo of being able to hold the coming elections. . Tho primary purpose of the first fivo articles of tho edict seems to uo to per fect the complete military occupation of all parts of those provinces, includ ing such towns nnd villages as havo been hitherto moro or less under rebel iiilluoncc, thus clquring the way for tho coming elections by bringing all the country districts under direct govern ment protection. These five articles practically place under the bandit laws of Spain all insurgent bunds still oper ating in tho western provinces. The civil guards, who nro to bo mobilised there, are tho special foes of that class of outlaws. As Solomayer, son of the commander-in-chief of this Chilian army, is now reported to lie in com mand of the rebels operating in J'inar Del Rio, hib forces arc included in that category of law-breakers. Articles six to eight pi ovule for tho confiscation of the property of all rebels who fail to avail themselves of tho of fered amnesty within a period of 15 days, and specify the limitations under which pnrdbn may be granted. Persons guilty of overt- acts, such us robbing, looting or burning property, aro not eligible, and if they have been connected with tho bands engaged in such work thoy must purge themselves of individ ual guilt. Article nino is aimed especially at lo cal officials who havo deserted their posts in time of danger. Article ten makei all residents nlong the lines of railroad or telegraph re sponsible for prompt information of damage done to such' systems, and ex acts their active co-opjjration in tho maintenance of repairs. As the insurgents aro in tho habit of hanging or shooting persons engaged in such tasks, this .article, if vigorously onforced, is likely to lead to great hard ships. The Act Approved by the President. 'Washington', March 0. The presi dent has approved tho act granting condemned cannon and cannon balls to the Woman's Relief corps ofTaylor.s ville, 111. and the joint resolution to authorize Lieut. S. S. Jjordon, 6th artil lery, and Capt. E. C. Carter, assistant surgeon, U. S. A., to accept medals from tho liritislv government for their humane . services to the British ship Strathbluno. , XJnccn Iin Itouto to Nice London, March 0. The queen started from Windsor Monday morning for Portsmouth, where she will 'embark for Cherbourg, en route to Nice. cxI 1US iiry March people of this vicinity one of the Trunks,. -Valises ca'nol r3ept;, furnishing poods ( " nr EVE SHOWN IN THISJ ENTERPRISING OITY. ' J Corner HATTER- and irTJRieHES; TERRIBLE TRAGEDY. A Mnnate, on tho Street, bhoot One Man to Death, Fatally Wounds Two and In jures Seven Others. llnocKvir.i.K, Ont., March t). One of the most tcrrlblo tragedies ever enacted hero occurred shortly before noon Mon day resulting in the Instant death of one man, tho probable fatal wounding of two or three others and tho Injury of seven mpre. ' About fifteen minutes to 13 o'clock a man named LaPolut hiade his appearance on Perth street, carrying a double-barreled brccch loatling shotgun. When almost opposlto tho Opera House block ho met an old man named Voter Moore and, raising tho gun to lfls shoulder, took deliberate aim and shothlm dead. Chief of Police Rose was coming out of Ills office at poliro headquarters at this mo ment and ran towards tho sceno of tho tragedy. LaPoint shot at him, tho charge taking oft'ect in his breast and head. LaPoint then Hied at an old Indian named Dickson, the charge entering his head and neck. Constable Linsley arrived on the scene and found Lul'olnt shooting right and left. Linsley shot 'at La- Point with his revolver, but missed him, and before ho conld shoot a sec ond time LaPoint shot him in the head and neck. A young man picked up tho constable's revolver, and going to the upstairs window of a store, opposite, fired at nnd struck tho maniac. Wheeling quicker than lightning, La Point fired fnto tho window, smashing it to atoms. Ho then dropped nnd was quickly captured und placed in the cell. Chief Rose is terribly wounded, and it is doubtful whether hu will live. Consta ble Linsley is badly wounded but will recover. The Indiuu Dickson wilfalso recover. Seven bystanders were wound ed, butnotdaugeroiisly. LaPoint is an e.pert shot, and spends mostoC his tune hunting. He has shown signs of insanity at times. Lately he has been drinking heavily. DIED SUDDENLY. Knir-Adnilru! Walker Succumbs to Heart Failure. RiiOOKl.YN, N.Y., March 9. Rr. Adm. Walker, U. S. N., died Sunday after noon at his home in this city. He had boon suffering since Tuesday last with a buicre attack of the grip, but the im mediate cause of deat.'i was heart fail ure. He was born on a plantation on . the Lynn Raven river, Virginia, 88 years ngo, During the war of the rebellion ho commanded the gunboats Taylor and Lexing ton, and protected Gen. Grant's army while it was making its retreat on the transports. Ho was also at the battle of Ft. Henry in charge of the gunboat Carondalet. Not one of tho men aboard met with any accident. For this piece of work the commander was honorably mentioned. In lfed'J, for his bravery ho was made a captain; in 1800 made a commodore and rear ad miral in 1870. On,e year later he re tired. " Death Warrant Head to Holmes. Piiilauummiia. March if. Tho war rant for tho execution of II. II. Holmes on Mny 7 was received by Sheriff Clemt Monday from Harrisburg. The sheriff went to tho county prison at noon, where the warrant was formally read to the condemned man. The latter de clined to allow any reporters to accom pany the party. Tlio sheriff announced before going to the prison that tlio wit nesses at thu execution would not bo in excess of the attendance at less im portant hangings. Stephen A. Nirlluvay Rcnniuliiiited for t'llllRrCB. Cr.KVF.r.ANn, O., March 0. A special to the 1'iess from Warren, O., says: Hon. Stephen A. North way was renom inated for congressman by the repub licans of tho Nineteenth district hero Monday afternoon. Resolutions in iluising Ihe platform of tho last state convention and in support of McKiuioy for piesident vtcropnsscd. , most complete and stylMi stocks f 8 f ' ! I J I 1 I 1th, Front and Butler Streets, ROYAl POWDER 'Absolutely Pure. A cream of tartar liuklu Powder. ! Highest of all In leavenlns strength Lateit Unuec aiatet Government Food Report. RoYAt, hakjnq Powuku Uo , loo Wall St.,N DESPERADO KILLED. Hiillrn.iil IIIII !lnlii liy tinier Ncir Itrow ertou, Ala. Mo.ntoomkky, Ala., March !). "Rail rood" Rill, tho desperate Negro, who, for two years past has terrorized the train hands on the Louisville and Nash ville road, was killed Saturday night at Atmore. near Rrewton. Ala., by.l. S. McGowan, Joseph and . R. Johns, three deputy sheriffs. Hu walked into a country store, was tecognized and shot without ceremony. A rcnard of several thousand dollars was offered for his capture, dead or alive. "Railroad" Rill was tho most notori ous criminal Alabama has known for years. He inhabited tho marsh coun try along the lino of the Louisville it Xaslnille railroad in South Alabama and lobbed freightcars. A Winchester wns found in Rill's trouser leg and two pistols in his belt. CABINET FORMED. MnrqtiU TH ltudlnt Vrlmo Minister of Italy The Situation In Critical. Nr.w Yohk, March 1). A special cable dispatcli to tho Heiald from Rome says: Tho situation is going lrom bad to worse. Romi:, March 9. At a late hour Sun day night it was reported that tho selections of ministers had been made: Marquis Pi Iludini, prime minister and probably minister of the interior. Gen. Riootti, minister of war.. Signer Id in, minister of foreign af fairs. Signor Pirazi, minister of tlio treas ury. Adm. Racchin. minister of marine. Signor Guicciardini, minister of fi nance. Signor Granturco, minister of justice. The ministers of commerce, public instruction, public works and posts and telegraphs aro still vacant. TWO KILLED And Threo Injured by a Landslide ut I'ortlunil, Ore. Portland, Ore., March 9. A huge landslide swept down a ravine on Port land Heights at 7 o'clock Sunday morn ing, completely wrecking the dwelling house of Daniel McDonald, killing his daughter Relle, aged 18, his cousin Daniel Campbell, who was a, guest in the house, and seriously injuring Mc Donald and his wife and a younger daughter, Mary. Without a moment'b warning 2,000 cubic yards of earth crashed down the side of the ravine from an altitude of 300 feet, striking tho corner of tho buildingand thoroughly demolishing it. I iliitcl Man Sulcidcg. Haukison, O., March 9. John Fein thel. proprietor of tho Farmer hotel, shot and killed himself in his bedroom at tho hotel. Ho borrowed S4.000 to 1 o model tho hotel, and financial embar rassment and assignment wei e staring him in tho faco Ho was found by his wife, covered with blood and unconscious. have visited a number of prosperous cities in this good State of ours, which to do business. ' pf Marietta', and to that TAKE PLACE. Arrival and Doparture of Trains. b. & o. s.w. Depart O:00 a. m 10M0 a. m., 2:00 p, m. 4:5 p.m., 7:00p m Jl:25ii. m. AimiVK 3-05 a. m., 8:10 a. m., 12:25, p. m., i:S5 Pin., 0:40, p. in., 8:55 p. m. T. & 0. C. EX. 2. t p. m 9:C0, 4:f0 a.m 12:10, 7:wp m. 1:45 a xn tiRAVK.. AIlltlVE. 0. &. M. Lkayz.. AnRivi. . 0:25 a.m. 2:55 p. m il:ir.ii. m., 7:05 p. m z. &o. Leavk... AlUUVE.. . 0:20 a. m.. 1:40 n. n , 10:40 a.m., 6:65 p. m O. It. II. R. (Eastern Time ) Sonrn... lo:2',2:ioa m: 7:'0p.m. Noimr 11:15 p. m ; 3:10, 7:2ij a.m. 4fr,;frHSfrM4frHfr4frlfrl08llt I i, Rut wc are going to write it for the truth, and believe it is until wc are convinced otherwise. feAreGoimtolM In the clothing business this year. Wc are up-to-date Clothiers and Furnishers. Our line of suits for Chil dren, Roys and Men for the coming season are up with the times. to sec our Spring line of Suits is to find what you want: when suited its our place to make the price meet your approv al, which we guarantee our i cash price to uo. :Laflles ii Justice Ds Before ou seud out of the town for your Children's or Roys' Suits look our spring line over, see our styles, get our cash rRicfcS and be convinced You can do as well at home and get up-to-stylcs, New York styles. Ii Faisr Lais We arc the only Clothing store that will take your Periodical Tickets, which wc arc glad to do. :Wg Sell Fail & To suit you from our stock J i of tailor-made suits, but in J case wc do we will take X your measure and get you a 2 t suit made to order within 1 9 ten days, at about the same f S price. J 1 Star Clothing House. A ratal KlBht. Philadelphia, March 9. During a. fight at Twenty-third and Lombard" streets George Queen, colored, aged 20 years, stabbed and killed John O'Rricn; fatally cut Joseph Sweenes and quite seriously wounded Thos. Reany and Chas. Fisher. All Queen's victims wero white men. An eye witness says that the white men assaulted Queen nnd that ho used the knife against a crowd of bix assailants. ' Clioflcn nf Afdihind. Ashland, O., March 0. At a meeting of the republican county committee J. O. Illsseth. J. A. Lehman. J.'W. Covert, L. L Yocum and Charles Campbell wero selected as state convention delo- C'ltes end, on MARIETTA, OHIO. 11 -l '.ill IV 'I .