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MABIETTA, OHIO, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 189G.
PRICE ONE CENT
AI A RTTvTTA
Are Likely to Be Greeted With
Three Expeditions Outwit Spain's
Spies and Sail From Florida.
Tho Throo Friends and Two Ollior Vs.
sols Got Off Unilor Covor of tho Night
Consul Soils Cullies to Hnvnnn for
Warships to Intercept Thorn.
Jacksonville, Fla., Doc. 14. After
tho flight of tho Threo Friends with
tho largest expedition that has yot set
out for Cuba, Monday's developments
have created consternation In the Span
ish ranks.nnd Consul Soils is greatly ex
cited over his defeat. Tho arms which
tho filibuster took have been stored
hero for wcoks. Tho Cubans came
Sunday from Tampa and Fcrnandina
on a special train, took tho arms from
horc at midnight to Trout creek, elud
ing tho Spanish spies who were perched
on docks watching the commodore.
Cubans horo are greatly elated over
This is but ono of tho threo expedi
tions sailing at this time. Gen. Carlos
is in command of tho threo. Ho
sailed in tho Bermuda from a northern
port. Roloff was instructed to go to
tho provinco of Sancti Spiritus, taking
to the command of tho lato Gen.
Serafln Canchcz moro than threo hun
dred men, an immenso amount of arms
Consul Solis cabled Monday morning
to Havana for tho Spaniards to send
warships to intercept tho threo filibus
ters. The Bermuda will fight if
sighted, as , sho has good guns, well
mounted, and ono largo dynamite gun.
Will Ho Atkeil by fecott Juclcsou ana
FitANKronT, Ivy., Doc. 11. Scott Jack
son will ask tho court of appeals for a
rehearing of his case
A letter was received in tho mail of
Clerk Adams Monday morning from
Attorney L. J. Crawford, of Newport,
asking that tho clerk make a motion
before tho court for 30 days' tim o in
which to filo a petition for a rehear
ing. The court will not act on the motion
until it shall meet Tuesday at 11
It is now thought that Walling will
also make a petition for a rehearing.
If the motion to file the petitions bo
granted, tho case cm not go to Gov.
Bradley until tho reorganization of the
court in January.
Shot llls'MlHtri'RS anil Himself.
New Yoitir, Bee. 14. Alfred Schlues
shot and probably fatally injured his
mistress, Margaret Peters, Monday af
ternoon. Schlues then shot himself in
the head and didd instantly. Jealousy
was tho causa.
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A gentleman op.incd a Htovo in a town whero ho whs well acquainted, u yo.tr .
so ago, and depended upon his personal following to gain trade. A month alter
ho oponutl hia tstoro ho unit a lady whom he had known lor yours. "Why don't
you como in and wee my new Moro. .V.arv," asked the nioiclmnt. "I didn't think
you wanted tuu to," said Mary. "Didn't want you to? Wh.it nut that into your
head?" "Why, you novor invitod mo In, and I seldom go whoie I'm not suro I'm
wanted." You can't stay n u v from our store on that account. Wo invito ou
in nvorv Mum tho Loader prints a p.it or. You nrojnvitnd to pay us a visit in one
way or another (ivory day of your life and bsshlds that you got paid lor accept
ing tho invitation. ' .
ire are a m Bars
throughoht with oxeollimt ty.QiJ
K?rg cloth, subutantUiilv
trimmed with strong sleovo llning-as
;ood as any $i! 30 ovoromit In tbo city.
Men's Ovoroonts in llluo and i
Black Kersov, strictlj all Ql
wool aim luuor j;uaruiiiuuu,
ologmtlv lined mid iilnuuodand equal
to any 5'J.CO overcoat in the city.
Mon'tivdry lino Boavtir and o
Korsoy overcoats in Blue. Q,
juuutt uuu xiiuwii, iiuiiuiwix
lined and trimmed, silk piping cut in
tho latest fashion.
Men's suits in Blue, BHok tr j)
jind Brown chovlotH, single or J,jfJU
douhlo breasted, nil wool
goods, guaranteed not to l'ado. Well
made and trlmmod.
checks and Bluo and ISlack ,Q
cheviots, splendidly inndo and
trlmmod, equal to any 510 CO suit In tho
I he Buckeye,
Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers,
Cor. Front and Butlor sts., - - - Old P. O. Building
.COL. THOS. PATTISON
Dies nt tho Homo nt III Daughter, in Chi
cii!;o, Aged 81 Yours.
Chicaoo, Bee. 11. CoL Thos. Pattl
son, aged 81, died at tho resldenco oi
his daughter, Mrs. B. It. Boring, in
this city. ' Tho remains will bo taken
to Cincinnati for interment.
Col, Pattison was born in Ireland,
and catno to Ohio when ho was 23 years
old. Ho was a civil engineer, and was
employed in surveying tho routo for
tho Ohio and Mississippi road, now tho
Baltimoro and Ohio. Ho rodo in tho
first engino that Tan over tho line.
Before tho war, Col. Pattison moved
to Aurora, Ind., whero ho" was United
States collector of internal revenue
Ho went to tho war as colonel of tho
Eighteenth Indiana volunteers. Onco
during tho war ho commanded a bri
gade. Knsy Death for l'ounnylvauln Criminals.
PiTTSiiunair, Dec 14. Tho committee
appointed by tho Alleghany-County
Medical soeioty to investigate tho dif
fcrcnt niethods of making condemned
criminals pay tho death penalty and
roport on the advisability of doing
away with hangings and electrocu
tions, has decided in favor of gas. Its
report will bo sent to tho Stato Medical
society for approval. A bill will Ihen
be presented to tho lcgislaturo abolish
ing the scaffold and substituting gas.
It is proposed to turn tho gas Into air
tight cells when the condemned prison
er is asleep.
Covington mm I.oxlngton Tnrnpllto Case
Washington, Dec. 14. Tho supremo
court Monday in an opinion announced
by Justlco Harlan, reversed the judg
ment of tho Kentucky supremo court
in tho caso brought under tho act of
tho Kentucky lcgislaturo of 1S00, fix
ing a maximum schedule of rates to bo
charged by tho Covington and Lexing
ton Turnpike Co., of that stato, and tho
caso was remanded.
Throo Men Drowned.
Gitr.ENroiNT, L. I., Bee. 14. Capt.
Edward Bushncll, First Mate Thomas
McAvcy and Steward Chas. Schuman,
all of this place, wero drowned by the
wrecking of their boat, the schooner
Freestone, last Thursday, in Long
Islind sound. Tho identity of tho
craft has just been ascertained.
Ilatilcfil Conferjes to Murder.
Knoxvili.k, Tciiu., Dec. It. Marled
Hatfield, sentenced to hang at Snced
villo Wednesday on circumstcntial
evidence, has confessed his crime, im
plicating his wife, another woman.
Haney .lordon, and Chas. Collins. The
crime was the killing of Moonshiner
Nashvii.i.k, Tcnn.. Bee. 14. Sterling
W. Turner, a theological student at
tho Vanderbilt university, was found
dead in his room at 3 o'clock Sunday
afternoon, having cut his throat from
car to ear. Turner was president
,tho University V. M.'C. .. He :i, .i
close student and a iuo-.v.i . -man.
m for tli Weafc
Man's suits. Tho most
lashlonablo suits In tho
mmkot. This lino com
prises thn latest slylos in Brown check
mid plaids, Scotches. Tweeds and
Vicunus, elegantly lined and trimmtd,
equal to any frW.CU suit in tho city.
Mon's woolen, cheviot, and
ciissimcro pains In neat pat
turns. Warranted not to rip
Mon'n oxcollcnl quality all
wool pints in black and
fj nr Men's yery handsome all
ft,J wool pants in black, fancy,
stripKU ana nair iiiiecnaviui
Men's very lino quality
pants in now stiIpnK,oboekn
invisible plaids, etc , beaut-
Death of Maceo Was Promcdi
Led Into a Trap and Murdered Un
der a Flog of Truce.
Jllncoo Trusted to tho Honor of a Spanish
General nutt IltsrhyHlclan Intomu In-
ittKuatlon Arniisei In This Country
Mhj Kesult In Cuba's Freedom.
An. am i a, Ga., Bee. 14. Tho Consti
tutions Key West special gives tho
lolluwing accounts of Maceo's death,
indicating his betrayal aud implicat
ing Br. Zortueha:
Your correspondent is now enabled to
stato upon tho most undoubted au
thority that the death of Gen. Maceo
was a premeditated assassination, and
that the failure to produce his body
Is because it is mutilated and
would shock even Spanish ofllcials
.sensibilities. It seems that Gen. Ma
ceo had planned a successful crossing
of the troeha and that taking the sea
routo with a body guard, ho was to re
join his forces east of Maricl. This
was accomplished in safety and while
standing alone, within sight of a line
of skirmishers, the general was shot
down by rncu In hiding who wcro
awaiting their victim. His body was
then hacked up by tho assassins.
It has been well known for a year
past that there was a price set upon
Maceo s head, and that Capt. Gen.
Weylcr's first official act upon reaching
tho island was to give recognition to
tho platcodos bands of freebooters.
These men, following in tho wako of
both armies, would murder and plun
der, and when chased down by the in
dignant Cubans, would find protection
within Spanish lines, while the latter
would officially deny all knowledge of
A few weeks ago a band of those
men attacked a convent in the prov
ince of I'uerto Principe, which was
filled with young girls who were most
shamefully abused. Some of these
men were caught by Gen. Lacrot, tho
insurgent leader, and executed, while
the greater part of them found protec
tion within Spanish lines. Although
tho enormity of their crime was known
and their victims wero convent school
girls, tho criminals were protected
from molestation and are to-day free.
These are the men whom Gen. Wey
ler has spent hundreds of thousands of
dollars to attach to his cause, and
through tliein he has ordered tho kill
ing of foreigner.-, whom ho dared
not call up in court. To them
has made offers of
for the assassination of
leaders. Kor three weeks
been known in Havana that
bribe was out for the surrender of
Gen. Maceo. It was to the effect that
ho hold the ticket which called for tho
grand prio of S50.000 in tho Havana
lottery, and upon writers Weylcr's de
parture for the hills several days ago
it was bruited about that tho man who
killed Maceo could have tho prize.
Tho story of Maceo's death, as told
from official sources, sustains fully tho
theory of assassination. Gen. Maceo,
instead of crossing the troeha directly
with his men, was, through somo
covert iullucnco, induced to pass Maricl
on boat, and to reach his forces
on the east side of tho death line.
There everything was in readiness
by the conspirators and tho brave
leader fell a victim to tho trap in which
lie had walked. It is considered cry
singular that Maceo's physician.
CliiuAfso, Bee. 11. The circumstances
attending the death ot Commander
Maceo, of tho Cuban army, have
aroused a feeling of intense indigna
tion in this city. Tho stories pub
lished in the morning papers wcro dis
cussed at tho various clubs and hotels,
and the opinion was almost unanimous
that congress would taUo summary
action during tho comiug week. AH
agreed that the assassination of Maceo
would do Spain moro harm than good.
San I'kaxoisco, Bee. 1 i. The report
that Gen. Antonio Maceo had been as
sassinated by tho Spanibh officials was
received in this city with profound in
dignation. Tho stair of tho Cuban
commander was largely recruited from
California where tho opening of the
rebellion found a largo number of
restless spirits eager to tako up arms
for Cuban independence. A nephew of
Maceo, a youth of li), left Oakland
on Wednesday last to join hi3
uncle's command, and, although tho
facts aro suppressed, it. is generally
understood that a considerable party
of volunteers will follow hhn. In
clubs and on the streets Sunday the re
ported assassination was discussed
with exceptional warmlh, and there is
a remarkable unanimity of opinion
that the report should be thoroughly
investigated by tho federal author
ities. St. Louis, Bee. 1-1 Upon the re
ceipt of tho news in this citv by tho
(United Associated Press of tho
cireumstauces of Maceo's death, a wave
of public indignation arose that in
creases daily. It is tho absorbing topic
of discussion wherever man gathered,
and tho treachery of tho Spanish gen
eral is condemned in the strongest
language. Tho newspapers are giving
it editorial attention in which suclx
terms ns "savagery," "murder" and
"assassination," do double duty, and
thc"Virginius affair is given a now air
ing. It is well known that St. Louis
is tho western depot of tho Cuban
Junta, and inquiries pour in upon
every ono connected with tho Cuban
causo as to tho means of enlisting in
tho Cuban army. Within ten days nn
army of 10,000 men could bo assembled
lmru to march upon tho Pons
Tnkes Possession of it Churoli l'anln In
tho Coii;rci;nttou I.issui'il With a llnr
LooANsroitT, Ind., Bee. 14. Jerry
Cornell, a farmer, becamu violently in
sano Sunday night during service at
Twelve-Mile church. Tho minister was
in the middlo of tho dlscourso when
Cornell aroso and began to oxhort at
tho top of his voice. Striding to the
pulpit, from which tho minister re
treated, the maniac mounted tho plat
form and continued his ravings.
Women and children, In paroxysms of
fear, fought frantically to reach tho
Many leaped through windows.
Burlug the panic Cornell maintained
his position, and added confusion by de
moniacal shouts. Ho is a big, power
ful man, and dared anyone to molest
him. Twenty strong young farmers
took tho lines from the horses hitched
outside and, surrounding tho lunatic,
made a concerted onslaught. A terri
ble struggle In tho pulpit ensued.
Finally Cornell was bound hand and
foot and brought to Logansport.
fehoot nnil Mortally Wound n lliirlccopcr
Si'ornl Men Arrestod
Chicago, Bee. 14. Wm. Jones, a bar
tender in 'the Lo Grand hotel saloon
at 37 Wells street, was shot and mor
tally wounded by two robbers shortly
after 0 o'clock Sunday morning. Jones
and Albert Schmidt, tho portor, wero
alone in tho place when tho robbers
entered from tho street. They
drew their revolvers ami at the
samo time tho bar tender reached for
his weapon. Schmidt attempted no
resistance. The heavier of tho out
laws fired two shots at Jones, ono bul
let taking effect in the right breast.
Without waiting to ompty tho money
till, tho outlaws lied into tho street
and escaped. Jones died within IB
minutes. Several arrests havo boon
made by tho police, but none of tho
prisoners can be identified.
norrultlnir fur the Cuh-ui Arm-.
PlTTSliujioit, Pa., Bee. 14. Walter J.
Couper, of Terro Haute, Ind., who
served his term in Company I, of the
First Illinois national guard, and was
ou duty through the railroad riots in
Chicago, has the names of !"S men, all
tinder o5 years of age and nono less
than 21 years, who aro willing to servo
the cause of Cuba. All but six of them
are members ot the Eighteenth and
Fourteenth regiments, of Pittsburgh,
and of Battery 15. Couper has notified
the Junta in New York and is waiting
Volunteer! for Cuba.
St. Louis, Bee. 14. Volunteers for
tho relief of the Cuban insurgents aro
being mobilized in this eity and next
Friday, if all plans aro carried out suc
cessfully, 1,000 men will leave New Or
leans for Cuba. Two hundred of these
aro St. Louisians, tha.rcst comiugfrom
East St. Louis and points south of here
on tho lines of the Illinois Central and
Iron Mountain railroads.
Second In Command.
M.VDitin, Bee. 14. Gen. Zappcno has
been appointed second in command of
the Spanish forces in the Philippine
islands. Gen. Blanco, who was recent
ly succeeded as governor of the Philip
pines by Gen. Polavleja, and has been
appointed to the head of the king's
military household, embarked at
Manilla Monday on his return to Spain.
Tho Fuiiiliin In Indi.i
Losno.v, Bee. 14. Tho Calcutta Eng
lishman of November 23 contends that
tho homo officials are utterly at fault
in regard to tho dimensions of the
famine. It adds that practically every
province is involved and asserts that
such errors at tho outset may result in
irretrievable disaster and suffering be
fore the crisis is over.
Hanking llouso Assigns.
EnwAunsvn.i.i:. 111., Bee. 11. The
banking house of John A. Prichett &
Son, in litis eity, made an assignment
Monday. 'J ho causes assigned in the
notice posted aro heavy cash with
drawals during the panic times and
long continued illness of the senior
partner. Tho ast.ats and liabilities aro
.Aged Musical Dlrnrtor Dead.
St. Louis, Bee. 14. Martin Kaiser, a
singer and musical director, who was
at the top of the profession half a cen
tury ago and well known tho world
over, died in this city Sunday, aged S3
years. Bcceascd was born in Germany.
He was active in music matters up to
within a month of his death.
llr.iUN Wi"Uh Uvii' jMaeio's Murder.
Bui;.os Aviins, Bee. II. Bio Janeiro
advices state that various groups of
Brazilian radicals aro preparing to
hold meetings to express bympathy
with the revolutionary causo in Cuba.
A great demonstration to the memory
of Antonio Maceo has been projected
in Bio Janeiro.
TI'H I'rtBldoiit nt Petersburg, V.i.
FKiKiisiiuna, a-i Hc- U- Presi
dent Cleveland arrived hero Sunday
night on his way to Winynh Bay, S. C.
There wero a goodly number of peoplo
at the depot to see tho president, but
they were disappointed as he did not
come out of his ear.
Er.MlfiA, N, Y., Bee. 14. Tho window
glass works at Elmica Heights will re
sumo operations Monday morning,
after an idleness of several mouths.
Over two Hundred men will be cm
ployed. California OHlclall'.
SAX FnAN'ClbCO, Bee. 14. Tho vote
of California for Presidential electors
has been tabulated and shows tho fol
lowing totals: Republicans, H0.5SS;
fusion, 144,700; prohibition, 2,573.
lllshpn o llnffulo.
Rosin, Bee. 14. Tho popo ,1ms ap
proved of tho selection of Bov. James
K. Quiglev, B. B., to be bishop of Buf
falo. N. Y.
Immigration Bill Will
Disposed of Shortly.
The Inauguration Ball Likely to Bo
Held in tho Congressional Library.
Cuban Affairs Will Conio to tho Vront 111
Congress This Wools Tho Dlnglcy
lllll to lie Called Up Again Tho
Wasiiisgion, Bee. U. Tho ineffect
ual effort last week to sidetrack tho
Immigration bill indicates that tho
measure will bo maintained as the un
finished business until It has been put
to tho final vote.
By unanimous consent house bill
providing for free homesteads on tho
public lands in Oklahoma territory for
uctual and bona ildc settlers, and re
serving tho public lands for that pur
pose, has been made the special order
to follow the immigration bill.
The homestead bill is likely to arouso
somo antagonism but it is believed
that it will come to a vote without un
Beyond these two subjects there is
nothing on tho calendar having tho
right of way. Mr. Morrill's resolution
prohibiting tho use of tho congres
sional library for tho purpose of tho
inaugural ball is likely to bo reported
from the committo and called up. Tho
friends of the resolution claim it will
readily pass when it has been reported.
Cuban affairs aro also likely to como
to tho front at any moment. Mr. Al
len, who the other day called up tho
Bingley bill, will do so again when a
favorable opportunity oilers itself. In
tho houso of representatives Monday
is Bistrict of Columbia day under the
salondnr. Tho bill defending tho rights
of tho purchasers of tho franchise and
property of tho Atlantic and Pacific
Railway Co , sold under foreclosure ol
tho mortgage authorized by tho act ol
1S71, will como up probably on Tues
day. It is within tho power of the
house under the conditions now pre
vailing, to givo as much time as may
be desired to tho consideration of this
measure. Tho military appropriation
bill is expected to be on the calendar
in timo for discussion Wednesday, and
tho legislative, executive and judicial
bill by Thursday.
It is among the probabilities that
adjournment of the holiday recess will
be taken on rriday. The subject was
discussed by republican members of
the committee on ways and means Sat
urday, but no conclusion was reached.
The recess, whenever It begins, is ex
pected to extend until Monday or
Tuesday after New Year's day.
President does Duel: Hunting.
Washington, Bee. 11. President
Cleveland started off on another duck
shooting expedition Sunday evening.
This timo he will bo the guest of the
Annandale club, on its preserves in
South Carolina. The journey to
Georgetown, S C, will bo mado by
railway, and tho president will reach
thoro some time Monday, proceeding
thonce in a lighthouse tender to tho
club house on Winvah bay.
To Lengthen Their IVrm of Olllces.
Mr. Treloar, of Missouri, introduced
a joint resolution Monday to amend
the constitution so that tho terms of
reprcentathes shall bo increased to
four years: of senators to eight years,
and of the president to eight years,
making the latter ineligible for re
election Army Aiiiirnprlutltin lllll.
Washing ios, B.-c. 11. Tho army ap
propriation bill was reported to tho
house Monday afternoon. It carries
an appropriation of VJ3, 120,31 1, which
is abont s?rr,(;,0U0 less than tho esti
mates of the secretary of war, and
Sl.'iS.OO:) below tho appropriation for
tho present year.
Washington, Bee. 1 1. Tho presi
dent Mi nday sent to the senate the
following nominations: Charles A.
L'routy, of Vermont, to bo nn inter
state commerce commissioner, vice W.
G. Veatey, resigned. Second Lieut.
Frank II. Bimoil:, of Massachusetts,
to be tho first lieutenant in tho reve
nue cutter service. Postmasters: In
diana William M. Moss, Bloomlleld.
Also a long list of promotions in tho
navy, made dnriug tho recess of con
gress. l'or Cuban Imlcnonitcnrr.
Washington, Bee. 14. A joint reso
lulinit. rccosnlzinc tho independence
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i!i" CuTju, was introduced fn tho Bousu
Monday by Mr. Howard (pop., Ala.).
It rejeites tho profound regret of tho
American peoplo at the reported "brn
tal assassination of the Cuban leader,
It declares that Spain is conducting;
a brutal and gucrilla-liko warfare
against a patriotic people, who aro
struggling for independence, even, as
did tho founders of this republic. It.
resolves, therefore, that tho United
States shall recognize Cuba as a frca
and independent government and shall
accord to her people all such rights in
tho ports and within tho jurisdiction
of tho United States.
To Inquire Into Miceos Death.
Washington, Bee. 14. In the senate
Monday Mr. Call also offered a resolu
tion, which was referred to tho samo
committee, declaring that tho recent
killing of Antonio Maceo, a renowned
general in the sorvico of tho republic
of Cuba (if true) while under a flag of
truce and with an assurance of
safety from the Spanish captain
general, was a violation of the
rules of civilized warfare, an act
of base treachery, a murder
cowardly and disgraceful, which de
mands tho execration of every govern
ment and of all of tho people of tho
world, whether civilized or savage; de
claring that tho government which au
thorized, permitted or failed to punish
the assassins was an outcast from ike
I family of nations and from tho pale of
I civilization aud public law-, and dircct
I lag the committee on foicign relations
lo inquiro into the facts and report at
) m early day.
The senate agreed to take the voto
in tliu Immigration bill at 4 o'clock
I i ifursuuy of this week.
Co.il miners' Utrlke IJnUcd.
PinmtoNT, W. Va., Bee. 14. The
strike among the miners employed by
the Manor Big Vein Coal Co., at Shay,
W. Va. , and in Garrett county, just
opposite, is over. At ono timo last
week bloodshed was feared. A num
ber of miners refused to strike. Tho
strike was caused by tho discharge of
several men, which followed the
trouble over short weights, which was
ndjusted by the company giving tho
I men a wcighmastcr of their own selcc
federation of Labor Convention.
Cincinnati, Bee. 14. The sixteenth
annual convention of tho American
Federation of Labor assembled at Odd
Fellows' temple at 10 o'clock Monday
morning. The convention is tho larg
est in number and tho most important
ever held by tho federation. The dele
gates number 123, and hail from all
parts of the United States as well as
from several European points.
'Wm. Morris, alias XTll, an ex-convict
and brother of the notorious May Shea,
a levee character, was shot and almost
instantly killed Sunday night in a sa
loon at 540 Clark street, Chicago, by
Joseph Spiegel, the bartender. Spiegef
had troublo with May Shea a few days
ago and attempted to stab her. Thia
resulted in tho shooting Sunday night.
Spiegel was arrested.
Nino inches of rain in 11 days fol
lowing tho previous fall Hoods havo
caused tho highest waters ever known,
in the valleys of southwestern Wash
ington. Buring tho past week the wa
ter has como down tho valley with a
terrific rush, breaking dams and carry
ing away houses and farm property.
Four bodies havo been recovered and
others unduely perished.
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