Jose Manuel Balmaceda, President of Chile from 1886 to 1891. His election, according to Encyclopedia Brittanica of 1911, was opposed by Conservatives and Liberals from his party who wanted someone else. Balmaceda reached across the aisle to form a government that included rivals from all the different factions; once his position was secure, he went on a spending spree, building all sorts of public works, roads, and schools, as  well as beefing up the military.

Long story short: graft, waste, dissent, loss of confidence, open rebellion, assumption of dictatorial powers, civil war, resignation, asylum in Argentina, a last meal of barrel with a lead chaser,  self administered.

Which is why he's on the ten, not the fifty, I suppose.