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MARIETTA DAILY LEADER,
MARIETTA, OHIO, SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 1896.
PRICE ONE CENT
VOL. II. NO. 93.
-i AN OLD FEUD
Causes a Fight and the Dea,th
-of Three Men.
Tho Tragedy Occurred at 'a Trial in
j Hancock County, Tennessee.
Inaldo of Threo Minutes From tho Be
Ginning of tho Trouble, Georgo Jack
Bon, Wm. Dootson and George Groan
Wore Dead Jaeuiou a l'actfler.
Bean Station, Tcnn., April 17. poo.
Jackson, Wm. Dootson and Geov Oroon
xvcro killed Wednesday morning about
150 miles from hero In tho lower edge
of Hancock county. The trouble aroso
at tho trial of Marlon Hatfield for tho
murder of Jones Trale, as a result of
an old feud between the Greens and
Hatilclds, and inside, of five minutes
from tho beginning1 of tho trouble tho
throo men wero dead. Jackson was a
constable and was acting as peace
maker. !No arrests wero made;
At the trial Hatfield confessed that
Tralo had been killed by one Chas.,
Collins fortho purpose of robbery, but
that he was loft out of tho deal. Offi
cers are after Covins and ho will bo
lynched if caught.
Gives 1IU Views on the Extermination ol
Washington, April 17. Sonators
Shorman and Morgan from tho com
mittee on foreign relations, represent
ing tho minority report, Thursday pre
sented to the sonato their views on tho
bill to prevent tho extermination of
the fur seals by ordering their destruc
tion by officers of tho government, j.
Mr. Sherman bases his opposition (fti
tho ground that tho proposed destruc
tion of tho seals by tho United States
Is a cruel act, not to bo justified oven
though tho same result may bo brought
about by, pelagic sealing. Tho meas
ure proposed is dictated, ho says,
by apparent spite, because some
other power will destroy them in an
other way. "It is better," Mr. Shor
man says, "to take tho chances that
Great Britain will give to the subject
kinder and more generous treatment
and join with tho United States in
making new. regulations to preserve
seal life." Senator Morgan's views
have heretofore been published.
Reorganization olr tho Army.
Washington, April 17. The senate
commiitco on military affairs Thurs
day morning ordered a faVorablo re
port pn tho bill for tho reorganization
of tho army. It provides for tho en
listment of 80,000 men; seven regiment
of artillery, ten regimonta of cavalrj
and 25 regiments of infantry.
Our business laU week was phenomenal. Hundreds and Hundreds
of New Customers were added to our list.
' Our Matchless. Spring Offerings in
'Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing
SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS For This Week.
comprises Plain and Fancy Cheviots, Hair Lines, and Diagonals and
Neat Mixtures in Cassimpres.
singlo flaw or fault. It is due only to our matchless facilities that
the price can be made as 16V as $10.00. This line consists of the
latest spring styles in Scotches and Plaids, Fine Clay Diagonals,
Blue and Black Serges in Sack or Cutaway Frock.
This line consiStB of Imported Clay Worsteds in Black or Blue, Eng
lish Twill, French Thibets, Homespun, Yicuna and the lie west things
in Light and Colored Cheviots. '
V ' L I Will buyva suit which is Perfection itself. These
.n ill sms arG th highest grade of tailoring. All Swell
t lUiUU Garments. Investigation will reveal he fact that
these goods compare with any shown elsewhere for $20.00.
'dothiprs, Hatters and furnishers,
Cor. Front and Butler eta., - a v - )ld P. O. Building.
-MARIETTA, OHIO. '
For tho Nino Months of tho Current Fis
cal Year An Xnoreaso.
Washington, April 17. Internal rov
enuo receipts for tho nine months of
tho qurrent fiscal year irom official fig
ures made public Friday by Commis
sioner Mlljor aggregated 8110,170,075
an increase over tho corresponding
months df 1605 of 8183,057, ex
clusively derived from tobacco
and beer. Tho principal ltoms
of revenues wero: Spirits, 801,525,454,
a docreaso of 82,377,115; tobacco, 823,
257,607, an increase of Sl.lSlJlSO; fer
mented liquors, 8-24,050,737, an increaso
of Sl,75S,071j oleomargerine, 8000,320, a
decrease of 81S8.S02, and miscellaneous,
8340,040, a docreaso of 8128,087.
Monument for Explorer DoLong.
Washington, April 17. In tho sen
ate Thursday Mr. Chandler introduced
a bill appropriating 810,000 for thocroc
tlon of a monument in Woodlawn ceme
tery, Now York city, to tho memory of
Lieut. Commander DeLong and his
comrades, who lost their lives in the
Jeannotto Arctic oxpedition.
Quincv, 111., April 17. The county
republican convention hero Thursday
indorsed Wm. McKlnley for president
and instructed tho delegates for Dr. Jo
seph Bobbins for governor and for
Congressman B. F. Marsh for another
Cznrcwltch's Condition Serious.
Nice, April 17. Reports are in circu
lation that tho condition of tho czure
witch, who has been visiting hero for
tho benefit of his health, has become
serloubly worse. These reports have
been denied but they were persistently
MjT toss of Property.
IlAVANA,April 17. Letters to Gomez,
Macco, Aguirro and other insurgent
leaders show that it is estimated that
tho loss of property by fire in tho dis
trict of Artemisa, province of Pinar Del
Rio, alone is 83,000,000.
An Ohio Preacher's Fato.
New Haven, Ct., April 17. Rev.
John R. Griswold, aged 70, was burned
to death Thursday. He was putting
out a fire in tho woods. Ho was found
by his daughter, Annie, dead. His last
pastorate was in Ohio.
Increased Hallway Earnings.
Lansing, Mich April 17. T,he state
ment issued by tho railway commis
sioner Friday of tho earnings of Michi
gan railroads in January, show an in
crease of 8201,030 over tho correspond
ing month of 1805.
A Fanner Suicide.
St. Paius, O., April 17. Eason G.
Jones, a prominent farmer, aged 02,
suicided Thursday afternoon by hang
ing, no leaves a wife and three sons,
one son at Delare, another at Troy and
tho third near here.
Will buy a suit as durable, stylish and well made
as" any that retail elsewhere at $11.00. The cloth
is strictly All Wool and Fast in color. This line
Will buy a suit which will compare with anything
offered elsewhere, at $13.50. As regards Work
manship and Fit, we defy any person to detect a
Will buy a suit made from the choicest spring Fa
brics, Buperbly made and trimmed, and good
enough, for tho most fastidious I dresser in town.
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Over tho Boundary Line Be
tween Minnesota and Canada.
An Appropriation of $75,000 Recom
mended by tho House Committee
For a Determination of the LlnoUnder tlifl
Webster-Ashburton Treat of 1842 i
Complnluta Arlso Over the Seliuroof
Amorlcnn Cruft on tho Luke.
Washington, April 17. Tho bound,
dry dispute between tho state of Min
ncsotu and tho Dominion of Canada for
tho determination' of whlph the house
committee on foreign affairs recom
mended au appropriation of S70,000,
arises under a construction obtho Web-ster-Ashburton
treaty of 1842. It is
contonded tITat it tho instructions
of tho treaty bo. literally carried
out, tho boundary as marlccd by the
various maps has not yet been, estab
lished correctly. A strict interpreta
tion of tho treaty would cut Hunter's
island in two. No definite deter
mination has ever been arrived
at showing exactly tho fixed
lino between Canada and tho Unit
ed States cither in that portion
northwest of Lake Superior or tho,llno
through Lake Uric. Many complaints
have boon made of tho seizure of Amer
ican fishing craft and interference with
American rights and property in con.
sequence of tho uncertainty and con
flicting views as to tho true boundary.
Hence the action recommended.
A Hloocly right, With Heavy Loiues on
Doth Sides Tho Anii7on Company
Nkw Yonic, April 173 a. m. The
Herald prints tho following Cuban
Tampa, Flu., April 10. Further in
formation from private sources in Hav
ana show that tho bloodiest engage
ment of the war was fought Tuesday
The Spanish forces, under Col. Lin
arcs, suiferod overwhelming defeat at
tho hands of Antonio Macco, who com
manded a forco of 8,000 men in a strong
Spanish reports place Col. Linares'
force at l,500t of whom 450 wore killed
and 500 wounded. The insurgents lost
200 killed and about 400 wounded.
Tho Spauish plan was for three bat
talions to attack Macco simultaneously,
but Col. Echoverrea's battalion failed
to arrive Ue is now being court-martialed.
Macco lcd.his troops into the thickest
of tho fight and Col. Linares' forres re
treated in disorder. They finally mada
a stand on the wh.irf of tho San Claudia
(plantation, behind rude fortifications,
until a warship camo to their rescue.
Tho Cuban forces on the t.horo mado
sad havoc with the troops as they em
barked, shooting thom down in their
In tho battle the Amazons.a company
of Cuban women, fought bravely.
Tampa, Fla., April 17. News from
Havana confirms the report that the
battle of Luchu&a was one of the blood
iest of tho war.
Tho news of the Spanish defeat has
produced a great sensiition in Havana,
and the censors havo been forced to ad
mit many details.
Kccil Delegate From Chattanooga.
CiiArrNOOGA, Tonn., April 17. Tho
anomaly was witnessed Thursday of
the election of Congressman Foster V.
Brown, a strong supporter of Reed, as
delegate tJSt. Louis from this, the
Third congressional district, which is
almost unanimous for McKinloy. T.
M. Uurkett, of Athens, is Mr. Brown's
running mate, and also a man with
Reed tendencies Instructions to cast
their votes for McKinloy so long as the
state remained in lino for that candi
date, were imposed upon them.
Straits of Mackinac Open.
Mackinaw Citv, Mich., April 17.
Tho steamer City of Berlin, bound from
Chicugo to Fairport, passed through
tho ico fields of the Straits of Mackinac
at 12'S0 Thursday-afternoon, being tho
first vessol to pass the straits and
formally open the navigation of the
groat lakes for tho season. Tho wind
was strong and drove tho ico floea
through tho straits in a denso fog
Col. Co it's Claim. ,
Columbus, O., April 17. Through
representative Charles Hard, of Ports
mouth, Col. A. B. Coit, of the Four
teenth regiment, commander of the
troops at tho Washington C. II. riot,
Thursday night presented an additional
"claim for rebnburscment. Tho mem
ber in question Introduced a resolution
to pay Coit his per diem whilo on trial
for his liberty. '
Volunteer Cnyulryuien From Johannes
Johannesburg, April 17. A hundred
voluhteor cavalrymen started fnm this
jpla'coWednesday for Buluw'ayo to fight
against tho Mataboles. Their com
mander, Capt. Fowler, was stopped by
tho government on the ground that he
was roqulred to testify at tho trial oi
tho mombers of the reform committee,
who are charged with sedition. -Italians
Rome, April 17. It is reported, hen
that, tho Italian forces have defeated
tho Abyssiniaps at Adlgrat. A Turk
paper stated Thursday evening ,that i
telogrnm from Gen. Mazza, to his fan)
ily say's bo has enterod Adlgrat. Sub
Bcripti6ns to tho national loan will
open' on Tuesday next,
Opening Day of llftseball..
Following Is the result of Thursday's jeagm
Tramqj: Cincinnati l, Pittsburgh 9; St Louis S
Cleveland ti Louisville z. Chicago i; Daltl
M more 6,'llrooUlyn 6; Philadelphia 1. Boston 7
WMhlngtoa c, noit Yore &
Hcllorcd Tlioy llnvj lleen Itecovcrod In-.
London nnd tho Thlovos Captured.
London, April 17. Two men, giving
their names (is Dunlop and Turner and
describing themselves as "gentlemen's
servants," wore arraigned in tho Marl
borough Streot polico court Friday,
charged with having in their posses
sion 28 diamonds, aggregating 3,000
in value, for possession of which they
wero unable to give any satisfactory
account, .The lnj'n wero remanded for
a week without bail.
Police Inspector Froest searched the
lodgings of tho men and found jowolry
worth S20,000. It Is bolloved that tho
jou els are tho proceeds of the robbery
of the residence of I. Townsend Burden
in Now York some time ago.
It is asserted that Dunlop was a but
ler aud Turner a footumu in the Bur.
den household, in New York. The mcrf
'havo been lodging with a saloonkeeper
in Shepherd Market. Thov wero ur-
I rested in the streot He.ir Long's hotel,
I in Bond street. They wero both well
I dressed. Dunlop had two packets of
diamonds in his pocket.
The quantity of jewelry seized is im
mense, and Is by far the largest haul
tho polico have made in years. Tho
collection cousists of a groat many dia
mond necklaces, rings, studs, liuks,
I etc., all of exquisite1 workmanship and
design. The foreign oillco and the
polico department havo cabled to Wash
ington, asking when application will
I bo made for the extradition of tho pris
l Tho Burden family iccuivod two
I cablegrams from the Scotland Yard po
lice, whch satisfied them that Dunlop
and Turner were the thieves, and that
, the diamonds found in their posses
j siou are the Burden jewels. If they
1 refuse to come to Now York without
being extradited, Micro will bo consid
erable delay In bringing them back.
Nr.w Yor.rc, April 17. Mr. Burden
will probably sail for London Satur
day. Tho question of who will receive
the reward of SIU.OOI) is now an inter
esting one. Mr. Iiutden had not suf
ficient details of the European end of
the case to discuss that matter when
Washington, Apiil 17. A cablegram
'received at the state department Fri
day morning from Ambassador Bayard
reported the Arrival in London of tho
, men suspected of the Burden diamond
robbery in New York city. The intel
ligence was sent by. telegraph to Gov.
Morton, and upon his request the presi-
j dent will issue a warrant to some offi
cer of the New Yorlt detectivo force,
1 constituting him a federal officer with
authority to proceed to London and
bring back tho nllegcd robbers if tho
extradition is granted.
'Tint Defenders" Fllerlraacc.
Washington, April 17. Tho "First
Dofendcrs association," tho remnant of
tho volunteers who first reached Wash
, ington on April 18, 1601, under I'resi
j dent Lincoln's call for 75,000 men, who
are making a pilgrimage to tho cities
through which they passed on their
way to the national capital, wero rc-
I ceived by President Cleveland, with
the ladles accompanyingthem, in tho
east room at the white houso Friday
Death of i;d l'ardrldge.
Chicago, April 17. Ed Pardridge,
tho wheat speculator, who has been ill
for several weeks with Bright's disease,
died at 11:30 Friday moaning. Mr.
Pardridge first came into prominence
on tho board of trado as a bear in tho
wheat market about ten years ago and
is reputed to have made and lost sev
eral fortunes siuco that titno. He
loft a fortune of at least a million dol
lars. Ono Thousand Dollars for a Dog.
Boston. Anril 17. Thn tiintr flhnrlpa
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apuuiui vruuu, wuicu ivus receuLiy, re
fused entry in tho New York dog show
by reason of its being under six months
of nge, has been sold by Dr. Schenck to
Princo Bismarck, of Germany, for
81,000. Tho dog weighs only two pounds
and is considered by dog fanciers to be
a remarkable animal. A. R. Gilman of
Worcester raised tho dog.
Want Store National Farks.
Fuederioksbukg, Va., April 17. At
a public meeting held hero resolutions
wejo passed asking tho government to
establish national parks at tho battle
fields of Fredericksburg, Spottsylvania,
Tno Wildornesa and Chancollorsville;
and asking tho co-operation of tho
grand army and united confe'derato
veterans throughout tho country.
Light and Yog Signal on Middle Island.
Washington, April W. Mr. McMil
lin (rep., Mich.) Friday in the senate
proposed amendments to tho sundry
civil bill appropriating $30,000 for a
light and fog signal on Middle Island,
Lake Huron, and tho same amount for
lighted buoys to marln the now chan
nels at 'Grosso Pointo,- Hallux's reef
and In St. Marys ri.ver.
Contract for Carrying the Malls.
, Washington. April 17. Postmaster
General Wilson has awarded tho Yuker
Transportation Co., N. A. Beddoe,
president, of Chicago, tho contract for
carrying the mails between Juneau
and Circle City, Alaska, at S50O por
round trip. ThorS" will be six round
trips during the year.
Representative Mllllken Itonomlnated.
WATEnviLLK, Me., April 17. Tho re
publicans of tho Third Congressional
district renominated Congressman Mil
liken by acclamation. Resolutions in'
dorsing tho platform of the state con'
vention and the candidacy of Reed for
the presidency wero adopted.
Accidentally Shot Himself.
CLAUKSVJI.I.B, Tenn., April 17. Whilo
returning from a hunt a man named
Lovett accidentally shot himself
through tho bod.yv ijis wound is pro
nounccd fatal. Ho was a. wbll-Icnovrn
Yellow creak planter, living "about 20
mile from here. '
A cream of tartar Halting Powder. Ulghesi
of all in leavenlnc strength Latett Vnitto
olatet Qovernmtnt Food Jttport.
HOYArj UAKINO'i'OWDEn Co., loo wall St. N.y
New and Interesting Happenings Within
It Will Not Do Necessary to Toko It to
tho Penitentiary to Collect tho Costs of
Columhus, O., April 17. The body of
Charles Morris, tho Xcnia Negro who
committed suicide just as he was about
to bo brought hero to bo hanged, has
not been brought here and will not be.
Attorney General Monnctt laughed
at tho suggestion that such a proceed
ing would bo necessary or would havo
"That is a ridiculous suggestion,"
said ho. "The case i? very differont
from that of Ren Gano, of Morrow
county, who had been found guilty of
murder in tho first degree and commit
ted suicido by poison." Ho did it before
scntenco had been passed by the court.
Tho conviction was not, complete, and
tho supreme court held that the state
could not pay the costs. In the Mor
ris case there was a complete convic
tion, the sentence had been passed and
Attorney General Monnctt decided
quickly that tho state must pay tho
Tho Green county officials who wero
hero Thursday night left for home Fri
day morning and will present the cost
bill to the state at once.
The death of Morris by his own hand
ot Xenia had precipitated the question
whether or not the sheriff could collect
his costs when tho prisoner could not bo
produced at the penitentiary. Arrange
ments had been mado to take tho dead
body to Columbus, but under tho attor
ney general's ruling this will not be
or tho Intor-Colleglnte Association to Meet
nt Columhus Juno 0.
Delaware, O., April IT. Tho Inter
collegiate Athletic association has de
cided to hold its fhst annual state field
meet on Juno 0. Each college is en
titled to enter two men for each of tho
events, which are as follows: 100
yard dash, 220 yard dash, rne-fourth
mil run, one-half mile run, one milo
run, 120 yard hurdle, 220 yard hurdle,
running high jump, running broad
jump, pole vaulting, putting 10 pound
shot, throwing 10 pound hammer, hop,
skip and jump and one milo bicyclo
race. The college winning tho great
est number of points will receive a very
fine banner. The meet will occur at
Thrown Iroru Ills Wagon nnd Killed.
Winchester O., ApriP 7. Peter
Haynes, aged 40, a farmer near Price
town, whilo driving from the village to
his home, was thrown from tho wagon
and his head struck a rock, fracturing
his skull. He died in a short time. Ho
had just lately united with the church
and leaves a family.
The Saloonlst Will Suo the Cltj.
Xenia, 0., April 17. In tho case of
Bobt. Floech, who was arrested for
keeping his saloon open on primary
election day, Judge Smith rendered a
decision finding that tho mayor had no
authority to close tho saloons on that
day. Floech will sue the city for dam
Short Mileage Hooks.
Columbus, O., April 17. A strong ar
gument was nado by Reprospntative
McCauloy before tho house railroad
committee Thursday night In behalf of
his bill requiring railroad companies
to issue 500-mile mileage books for ten
Car Crushed lllm.
Massillon, 0 April 17. James A.
Paxton, a Ft. Wayne railroad switch
man, was crushed to death in Russell
& Co.'s yards Thursday afternoon.
"Paxtou was switching cars, when ono
loft the track, throwing him under
neath, Jilpctrlo Lino I'roin W nrren to Ashtabula.
WAnitEN.O., April 17. It was learned
Thursday from interested property
owners that an eastern company is
worlting up a project to construct an
electric lino from Warren through Or-
woll and Rpck Creek to Ashtabula.
Another Smallpox. Case at Lima.
Lima. 0., April 17, Another case pf
smallpox was developed at tho homo of
Frank Stump, who has Ijaii tho disease
for some time. Tho board qf ljealt'li
jias ordered tho street fn front of tho
y,lace under ftuaranUne.
San Fhajjcisco, April 17, In the
Choynskt-Sharjcey contost fpr eight
rounds Thursday night Slmrlfey stood
up tho required nuTaber and wop tha
The Itoport Untrue.
Rome, April 17, .-Tho United Press
learns that the report in circulation
Thursday that the Italians had defeat
ed (ho Abyssinians at Adlgrat was un
Arrival and Departure of Trains,
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We haye had so much experi
ence in selling clothing for tho
Boys that we exercise more caro
and time in making our selec
tions for them than in any oth
Tho Juvenile department of
our store boasts a full line, a
varied lino and an exceptional
ly excellent one this season.
For best suits we carry an as
sortment that, is dressy, stylish
and the latest in cut and ma
terial; and they come so reason
able that eyery Boy is entitled
to one. There is an exclusive
wear resisting quality present
that commends itself to every
parent; and a nobbincss and
staunchness that gives the
wearer confidence in himself
and defies rips, tears and
patches. Wo can clothe your
boys properly at a very light
Jumped Into tho Klicr.
PlTTsnuilOH, Pa., April 17. Thursday
night an unknown woman jumped from,
the Smithfleld street bridgo into tho
Monongahela river. She was quickly
swept away by tho current, and her
body has not been recovered., William
Bailey was tho cmly witness to the
jump He describes tho wo.nan as
about twenty-five years of age and well
dressed. Bailey's confused statements'
in connection with the case wero such,
as to arouse suspicion, and ho was
locked up pending further investiga
tion. Surrendered to tho Canadian Authorities.
Washington, April 17. A warrant
for tho surrender to the Dominion au
thorities of, Charles Ryan, under arrest
at Easton, Pa., was issued by tho presi
dent Triday. Ryan is charged with a
robbery committed in Canada, near
Counterfeit Silver Dimes.
Wasiiinoion, April 17. A counter
felt ten cent silver piece was discovered
at tho treasury Friday. It is slightly
heavier than tho genuine and the die
upon which it was struck is not clean
cut as in the original.
Fho Children Suffocated.
SrniNOFiELD, Mass., April 17. In a
tenement houso fire at Turner's Falls,
Mass., at 5 p'elock; Friday morning, five
French children were suffocated. The
property loss was small.
Itcod ami Allison Delegates.
Columbia, S. C, April 17. Tho Sixth
district republican (Brayton-Molton)
faction Thursday elected delegates to
the national convention. One is for
Rcod, tho other for Allison. ,
Two Quay Delegates.
Tukaiiannock, TJi., April 17. At tho
Fifth district convention Thursday
two Quay dolegates were, named to the
St. Louis convention. James A. Cod
ding was re-nomlnnted for congress.
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Elected McKlnley Delegates,
RoANOKU, Va., April 17.-vThe repub
lican convention of the Sixth congres
sional district elected delegates to the
St. Louis cpnvontion. Thursday. Tho
resolutions instruct for McKlnley,
Pelawaku, O., April 17. At a meet
ing of tho board of trustees of the
Oirjs Industrial Homo Capt. A. W.
Stiles was reappointed superintendent
for a term of four years- and Mrs. Stiles
Ship Canal Companies.
Columbus, o., April 17, favorable
report was mad? by tho house commit
tee on corporations upon, Mr. Mont
gomery's bill to permit tho incorpora
tion of ship canal companies,