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MARIETTA DAILY LEADER
, , gSTAUUSIIKD 1881.
BSOBQK M. OOOKB, .
IOHH W. LANSLKV,
Published every day xcept Sunday, at the
Loader Building, Putnam Street and
WEDNESDAY MARCH II 1800
We will consider It a (treat favor If
subscribers will report any failure
to tret their Lender, or any oaroloss
ness on the part of the carrier.
Subscribers will please not pay
the carriers unless the carrier
punches his credit tas In subscrib
er's presence. .
i. -JliiU ft ?f till Hi' . . .' . ... -; -- ---,.
undersigned to be
'city Solicitor, subject tovthe -will of the voters
at the coming Spring election? r! )
CHA11LE3 w. RicnxnDs.
Mb. Editor: Please announce, that I will be
a candidate lor re-election to the office of City
Solicitor, at the coming April election.
' city cim bnoineeb;
Editor Leader: Please announce my name
for the office of City Civil Engineer, subject to
the vote of the people at the April election.
W. P. Mason.
Please announce my name as a candidate
lor re-election to the office of City Engineer.
E. Fbahk gates.
Editor Leader Will you announce in your
paper my same for the office of Councilman
for the Fourth ward? Dr. J. C. Hardv,
Editor Leader Please announce the name
of Frank Weber as a candidate for re-election
to Council from the Second Ward.
justice op tne peace.
.Editor Leader: Will you announce the
name of B. E. Guyton for the offlco of Justice,
of the Peace, and oblige Many Friends.
Editor Leadeb: Please announco my
name as a candidate for the office of Justice of
the Peace in Marietta township, and oblige
Miller ii. hart,
Editor Leadeb Please announce my name
as a candidate for Mayor of the city of Mari
etta at the coming spring election, subject to
the will of the voters. H. F. KitArr.
Editor Leadeb: Please announce in your
columns that Mayor Jewett 1'almer w ill be a
candidate for ro-election at the next munici
pal election. Votebs.
Editor Leader Please say in your paper
that I am a candidate for the office of Mayor
of the City of Marietta, subject to tho will of
the voters at the April Election.
.EDITOR LEADER: Please announce the
name of Charles. II. Newton as a Candidate
ior Township Clerk of Marietta Township,
subject to the decision of the voters at the
.April election. His Friends.
Tditoii Leader: Please announco the
name of J. W. Sturglss as a candidate for the
office of Clerk of Marietta Township, and
oblige Many Friends.
Editor Leader: Will you announco the
name of the undersigned as a Candidate for
the office of Trustee of Marietta Township,
subject to the will of the voters at the April
XEIectlon. John T. Bell.
The Muskingum County Central
Committee, at its meeting Saturday,
passed resolutions endorsing tho candi
dacy of lion. II. C. VanVoorhis for re-
nomination and favoring tho precinct
plan of representation at tho Congres
Padkriswski, the famous pianist, is
to be in Columbus Friday, March 27,
and his visit will be a good opportun
ity for Mariettians to hear the ifreat
artist. If a party of twenty-five per
sons can be made up in Marietta the
T. &. O. C. Ex. llailroad will make very
attractive rates. If you think of go
ing, correspond with T. 15. liosworth,
Tho rVIcKlnlov Canvass.
The campaign of ex-Governor Mc
Kinley toward the presidency is pro
gressing most gloriously, and from
present indications the popular cham
pion of protection is clearly tho choice
of the people who are to do the voting
next November. So far three states,
Arkansas, Florida and Mississippi, have
ield conventions, and McKinley has
swept the platter clean, liesides these
official deliverances of states, district
conventions in Illinois show that the
Cnllum candidacy is not taken serious
ly, but that McKinley is a hot favorite;
in Tennessco the II. Clay Evans boom
is a snare, and McKinley is gathering
in the delegates', in Nebraska, Senator
Thurston, a Republican leader, is out
in an open letter to the voters of that
state declaring that there is nothing
"behind the Manderson movement, and
that if MsICinley is defeated for tho
nomination the Republicans of that
state will be held responsible for the
disaster. Straws are there, and mighty
big ones at that, and thoy show how
the wind is blowing. . B ,
In a few days thero will bo other de-
liverances that will further add to the
McKinley tidal wave. On Wednesday
of this week tho glorious old state of
Ohio will speak, and (he world knows
that she will pronounce in thunder
tones for McKinley. The same day
Kansas will add to the chorus of pro
tection by electing a solid McKinley
delegation to St. Louis. Then comes
Wisconsin on tho 17th, Indiana on the
t 10th, Texas, Now York and Minnesota
on tho 24th, South Dakota on the 25th,
Maryland on the 27th and Oklahoma
on the 28th. Indications point to tho
strong probability that In addition to
the delegates already secured for Mc
TCinloy, that ho will have a strong fol
lowing in each of theso states, captur
ing' Minnesota, Wisconsin, Texas and
South Dakota completely, beside being'
'the warm second choice of tho Repub
licans of Now York and Massachusetts,
ono of those states declaring for Mor
ton, while tho last named is clnlmoU
"Thero has not beon so potential a
forco in tho preliminary presidential
canvass for years as that now offered
by ex-Governor McKinley. li is not
bound by state lines, but covers tho
country. The professional politicians
aro at a loss to know what to do in
order to stem tho tide. Tho people, the
mighty forco that malccs and unraalces
presidents, are for McKinley, and his
candidacy is irresistible. State Journal.
Trontlng, Mint American Evil to he
Columbus, O., March 0. Ono of tho
greatest evils 'that arises from .the
JInuor. truffle is. in the onlnlo'n of iton
fnconffvii AIntle n
rnintlttii Mirrlc rit Wnnd Hnlmfv. flmf
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- 'Proaucea ov ine,,scnsoicss rtiner.can
ol "treating." He believes
that if American patrons would imi
tate tho German and French people in
their moderate habits that tho curso of
intemperance would disappear Srom
Ho has observed that theso foreign
ers when at a saloon or garden invari
ably pay for their own drinks, while
Americans insist upon buying a supply
for the party, bo matter how many
may bo gathered together. This act
of unsolicited friendship seems to im
pose the obligation upon every indi
vidual in the party to reciprocate, and
the result is that seven or eight drinks
aro taken where ono would have been
sufllcient. ' '
In accordance with theso views Mr.
Norris has drawn ud a bill which is
aimed at the treating habit It pro
vides that no one may buy a drink for
another or even give another a drink
of intoxicating liquor in any saloon,
garden or phici where liquor is regu
larly sold. Fur tho first inraction of
tho law a penalty of SI. to $S fine ,is
provided; for a second offense from $3
to So, and for a third or subsequent of
fense a fine of from S10 to S20.
In ordor to make the law effective
tho author proposes to give ono half of
the fine to the informer, tho rest going
.o tho school fund. .While it is not
likely that the bill will become a law,
yet tho discussion will servo the pur
poso of showing up in its fullest capac
ity for nonsense tho indefensible cus
tom which Mr. Norris seeks to wipe
out. Nothing but public sentiment
can eradicate the evil, and it is tho aim
of the author to arouse this through
the medium of his remarkable bill.
There Aro Named HU1 Names, anil Whcnco
It is rather a fascinating pastime to
look up the strange names of persons
of whom we have heard, and read, and
group thera into tho animal, vegetable
and other kingdoms. Try it and see
what enjoyment you can derive from
it, when you have nothing else to do.
Let us giyo you an illustration of what
wo mean. Take if you please the Ani
mal kingdom, and Here we have the
Hoggs, Catts, Kittons, Coons, Foxes,
Piggs, Hares, Lyons, Reavers, Lambs,
Radgers, Rucks, Hulls, Colts and many
more, extending the list almost indefin
Try the feathered tribe, and you will
find Rirds, Partridges, Swans, Hawks,
Ruzzards, Crows, Tcalls, Wrens, Hens,
Jays, Drakes, Martins, with others too
tedious to mention.
You may how try colors, and find
Blacks, Whites. Rrowns, Grays, Pinks,
Dunns, Blues, Greens, leaving the finer
shades untouched, and to be looked
after by the ladies exclusively.
Now if you will look up the trades
you will be surprised at the number.
There are so many that it is diflicult to
make selections; there are the Carpen
ters, Rakers, Shoemakers, PI timers,
Goldsmiths, Sheppards, Millers, Ma
sons, Painters, Butlers, Coopers, Butch
ers, Seamons, Farmers, Carters, Tay
lors, Fishers, Cooks, Porters, Potters,
and you can extend this list indefinite
ly. Try and see how many you can
add to this division.
If you-nrc a mind you can next select
trees and shrubs, haying tho Haw
thorn, Primroses, Oaks, Chestnuts, Ma
ples, Reeehs, Plumbs, Pears, Crabtree,
and many others to select from.
Take the fishes, and you have Sal
mon. Piekerell. Pike-Schaad, Roe, Ray,
Chubb, and a host of others.
However, try it for yourself, and see
if you do not enjoy it.
Or you may turn to tho contradic
tions, and reap some enjoyment, as
follows: There are many Carpenters
who cannot saw a board straight, much
less build a house, or Ulitehers whose
only connection with the trade that
their names signify is in consuming
the tender lamb, or juicy steak. Again
there aro tho Whites, who aro black as
the ace of spades, and tho Blacks who
are as white as any of their neighbors.
Then thero ure tho Lambs who aro
far from playful, and tho Bulls who
are far from belligerent. Thero are
tho Painters who never painted their
town red, much less a house, and tho
Taylors whose only knowledge of
clothing consists in their own gar
ments. Wo have Lyons that are not
fierce, and nares that aro not timtdi
Wo have Crows that are not black, and
Swans that sing. Wo havo Fish who
livo out of water and for that matter
many other people who seldom know
what water tastes like.
Our names can bo turned and twisted,
and under all circumstances made
humorous, pathetic, or contradictory,
just as the humor strikes you to array
them. Try it
The U. S. Gov't Reports
show Royal Baking Powder
superior to all others,
Aurellus Tp. Amy Gracoman to Dox
,tor Graceman, s. w. part of 40 aero lot,
James V. Smith to Melissa J. Smith,
lot 'Ji Elba Village, SilSO. -,
Harlow Td. Anna Welch -to Lewis
Welch, 20.01 acres, $305.,, , . ,
Anna Welch to A. W. Cunningham,
18.27 acres, 334. ' t ''
llelpro Tp. C. E. Athoy tatMdry &
Wlllard, 25-100 acres, tax certificate as
signed. ' '
George Dana it Sons to William F.
Dana, 8.59 acres, $2,000. . ,'f
' Decaur Tp. T. II. Simpson to C. B.
Simpson, 28 acres, S500. v
Levi Lowo to ,T. M. and Mary A. N
land, 30 acres, G00. Ci . iJi
Fairfield Tp. Albert McQrow to
Willis E. CookJi-20. uetoiLtoOoV
O. '0. V., l?-2Q0.o,aws, ?45j Mt
Tnomas1 Stockdale to
101 acres, S1334.
Grandview Tp. Elizabeth L. Lowry
to Joseph Lowry, Jr., and Lnylua
Davis, 40 acres, $500.
J. F. Leo to John Long, 3 acres.
Catharlno Little to Ellas Thomas,
70 acres, $300. Ellas Thomas to Simon
Hall, same, S500. Simon Hall to GeOrgo
Darnhouse, same, SSOO.
Catharine Williams to Jacob Coss, 15
acres, 3S2 50.
Independence Tp. J. F. Lee to Jno.
Long, 29.25 acres, SSOO.
Mnrletta Tp. S. D. and Mary G.
Reed, lot 32, 25-100 acre, $10. ,
Willis Morris to Gracey & Kaiser,
lots 21 nnd 23, Fairvlew Heights, SOOK
Vesta L. Hawkins to J. M. Williams,
lot 13, P. and S. Division, $1200.
Muskingum Tp. John C. Beltz to J.
G., Lizzie and Henry Beltz, 45.07 acres,
Newport Tp Thos. Rowland to T.
W. Moore, Trustee, 16S acres, S5000.
Pierson Carpenter to E. W. Kesset
ring, 90 acres, S1400.
R. S. Rowland to II. II. Lauck, old
school lot, S200.
John Day to Augustus Day et al,
04j acres and 70 acres, ?3,Gr0. '
Palmer Tp. Thomas Stockdalo to
.Toboph Wible, 84 acres, S1200.
Salem Tp. James Lankford to Whip
ple Milling Co., lot No. S Whipple, Vil
Wntprtown Tp. Wilson Bell to Liz
zie Pryor et al, 20 acres, $250.
Wesley Tp. GoorgO C. Parker to
Mary P. Randolph, lot No. 5 in Ply
Revcrly. W. E. Montgomery to
Mary E. Shouse, lot 14, S500.
West Side (Ilarmar) L. W. Ellen
wood to Thos. A. Racer, lot 94, Put
nam & Co. Diy., $700.
Cong. Church Parsonage to Walter
E. Kirby, lot 80, Putnam Add., $2050. '
Elizabeth McCoy to R. B. Hart, Jr.,
and Sarah E. Hart, lots 49 and 50, $1.
Macksburg. Sophia A. Speary to
Ella M. Derby, parts of lots 13 and 11,
$497.15. Same to George Adams, part
of lot 13, $75.
Lewis Waller to James W. Delong,
lot 22, Dilley's Add., S230.
Marietta City. Mills & McLaren to
Kate S. Matchett, 7-100 acres, $150.
Henry Roeser to William Roeser, Jr.,
lot 12 Block 52, SS.000.
Fannie Twiggs to John W. A they,
lots 5 and 0 block 3, S1SC0.
Gracey & Kaiser to Willis Morris, lot
1, Musk. Parle, $700.
Odd Fellows Lodge to Charles Pape,
lot 905, Block 69, $200.
Anna E. Dilloy to Benj. R. Flanders,
lot 974, block 72, $1050.
J. G. Theis to Mary A. Theis, lot B,
block 44, 1000.
Catharine Beechman to Win. Wcnzel,
lot 241, block 17, $C50.
Will Grant Licenses,
Caldwell, O., March 9. For the past
four years Caldwell has had prohibition
by local option in name only, with
many speak-easics running under full
headway. This afternoon a vote was
taken on tho question, resulting in a
victory for the saloon tax element by a
Vote of 88 to 08.
Samuel Groves and Lizzie Koon, both
of Liberty township.
Charles E. Reynolds and Elvio Wil
helm, both of Dunham township.
Enos N. James, of Milam, Ills., and
Harriett Taylor, of Dalzell.
William McKitrick and Fannie God
dard, both of Newport
Joseph Bodmer and Lillle Conner,
both of Marietta.
Jas. C. Hcndershot and Anna Spear,
both of Liberty township.
Geo. Bodraar and Rose Chamberlafb,
both of Marietta.
Chas. P. Willard & Co., 197 Canal
St., Chicago, mako and handle every
thing in the way of small, steam launch
es and yachts, and boilers, engines and
machinery for same. Catalogue sent
Assignees Solo of Real Estate.
In pursuance of an order of the Probate
Court of Washington county, Ohio, I will offer
for sale, at public auction, on
Saturday, the 4th Day or April, A. I) ISOC,
at I o'clock V. 31,
upon the premises, the following described
real estate, situate in the County of Washing
ton, State of Ohio, and Is bounded and describ
ed as followB, to-wlt: Being a part of lot No
eighteen (IB) in block No. ninety (00) in the
village of Ilarmar, now known as West Mari
etta, In tho County of Washington and State
of Ohio, and bounded as follows: Beginning at
the south-west corner of Bald lot No. 18: thence
running north on tne line of said lot forty-live
'15) feet; thence running east tblrty-elgbt (33)
feet; thence south to the south line of said lot
forty-live (15) feet: thence west along the
south line of Bald lot thluy-elght (33) feet to
the place of beginning, being a piece of land
88x46 feet In the south-west corner of said lot
Said property Is appraised at I10W.00. Terms
ui saie, cosu vu uuy ui buib.
II. r. Kraft, Assignee,
Of IIAL1, & MOOSE,
Men. 11, iwks.
We Offer You a Remedy Which Insures
SAFETY to LIFE of Doth
Mother and Child.
HOBS CONFINEMENT OF 1T8 PAIN,
iionnon and danger,
Makes CHILD-BIRTH Easy.
Endorsed nnd recommended by phrsl
clnns, lnidwlvos nml tlioso wliolinvo used
It. llntrnrn of RUbfttltlltm find fmltntlnnti.
J Sort br,o.l,r's ,or, ttnll, on receipt of price.
il, uti per uoiiiei-jiuwifc riVMluniiiuai'
milodfree. containing voluntary toatlmonlala.
,.H .J M flhr.Tl TIV AT.T. nmfnnTn. " '
solo nr all nnu
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'" ''Shore Acres," which is nlmost unl-.
versally acknowledged as the best
American play yet produced, will bo
given a fine scenic representation at
tho Auditorium, Thursday March 12th.
An eminent dramatic editor in writing
of Mr. Homo's great work says: "If
Charles Dickens had had as much talent
as ho certainly had affection for the
stage ho would, I imagine, have writ
ten inst such a play as "Shore Acres."
No doubt Mr. Heme has delighted in
nothing so. much as tho works of tho
English humorist. Ilo jias imbibed
their atmosphere to such an extent
that ho sees all things and all people
in a Dlckensonian light, for the scenes
and characters ho presents are Ameri
can to the core. It is rather tholr
sweetness, their simplicity, and their
quaint humor that suggest tho great
novelist" Thero aro nearly thirty
characters in "Shoro Acres" and each
and every ono is a distinct typo and
true to life. For tho production of
"Shore Acres'! in this city a company
of unusual excellence has been select
ed, and every patron of refined stage
art is asbured a thoroughly enjoyable
From a letter written by Rev. J.
Gunderman, of Dimondalo, Mieh., wo
are permitted to make this extract: "I
have no hesitation in recommending
Dr. King's Now Discovery, as the re
sults were almost marvelous in the caso
of my wife. While I was pastor of the
Raptist Church at Rives Junction she
was brought down with Pneumonia
succeeding La Grippe. Terrible parox
ysms of coughing would last for hours
with littlo interruption and it seemed
as if she could not survive them. A
friend recommended Dr. King's Now
Discovery; it was quick in its work
and highly satisfactory in results."
Trial bottles free at W. H. Styer's
Drug Store. Regular size GOc. and SI. 00.
Tho egg receivers aro preparing to
put many pieces of hen fruit in cold
storage this summer. Tho magnitude
of this business is not generally realiz
ed, and it is quite a source of revenue
to the cold storage people. For somo
time efforts have been made by certain
parties to havo tho different ntorage
houses, make a proposition to the Pro
duce Exchange, but nothing definite
has yet been done. According to stories,
a clique has formed, and it wishes the
cold storage people' to sell all thoir
spaeo to this clique, and that no out
sider tvill be allowed to put away eggs
unless throught them. Thus it will be
seen, tho quantity of eggs to be put
away will be limited to the abilities of
this clique, which is pretty strong fi
nancially, to carry'the eggs for good
prices. Ono house is willing to accedo
to the requests of tho clique, another
is wavering, but tho third is decidedly
opposed to it, and thero may bo troublo
in tho near future.
On Thursday March 10th, Tho C. & M. Ry.
will glvo another of its popular low rate ex
cursions from all stations on the line to Cleve
Tickets will bo good going on train No. 12,
which starts from Marietta a; 0:23 a. m. and
good returning any date to and including Mon
day March 23rd.
Hero is a chance to transact business also
seethe various entertainments given in tho
Forest City at this season of the year and re
turn home mach wiser and little if any poorer.
For full particulars call on C. &M. or Ad
dress E. IV. Page, G. P. A , Cambridge, O.
W. P. MASON,
Colonial Building, Marietta, Ohio!
Surveys and Construction; Railways,
Bridges, Foundations, Sewerage.
diaries - IBlxime,
Bank Block. - Putnam St
Choico Stock of Usefuf and Ornamental
Prompt and Personal Attention given
Store closes at 6 p, m. except Saturday. S3
Teaches that when you
iep SUCK TO II.
For twenty years we have furnished honest
goods at fair .prices, constantly increasing our
business, and this Spring of '96 finds us better
prepared than ever before to serve our cus
tomers. After examining what oyther houses
have to show you, do usithe favor to compare
ours and we KNOW the resuif. , , . N ,
.J In, addition toalar&e i stock on hanW.eeVXY
ceive-thisweek enQ.Mgl0gpojds for a rekpecta-
ble business. now y.mo, r-" .neftf 'lu'ai tf- - yp -
Remember the OLD RELIABLE.
S. R. Van Metre fc Co.,
WholeaaleJ OasfyOlothing House. Eetail.
Spring Dress Goods!
All the stylish fabrics are here, and in many
instances there is less to pay than you would
imagine. Glossy Mohairs, Brilliant Plaids, Ser
viceable Jamestowns, without a desirable style
missing. Why not inspect these stylish fabrics
when in the store?
llame Not Fate for Sorrows
Which Thyself first Create."
Don't complain if you fail to get your money's worth when'you go
where they sell cheap drugs, because you are welcome to come to our
Drug Store at any time where you can buy drug cheap. The oft
quoted words of Lincoln that "you can 'fool some people.allthe time
and all the people somo of the time,"is extremely pertinent in this
connection. Taking advantage of a customer's lack of knowledge of
the drug or medicine he buys is not conductive to a successful busi
ness. We don't do it! Its mean! That's why we have been busy
while others complain of hard times. Don't be misled by flaming
advertisements and ridiculous inducements. We have gained our
reputation as the most Rhliable Drug House in this city by our hon
orable methods and by adhering to them. To be convinced call and
see us; courtesy to all alike.
Putnam Street Pharmacy.
Colonial Book Store.
In Writing Paper wo have the highest grade, varied weights, all
sizes, linen and common stock, plain and ruled, envelopes
to match put up in bulk, in boxes or in tablets.
Quality the Best) and Prices the 'lowest
Our pound package paper is especially attractive in quality and
price, as many will testify.
To introduce our work we will, for a few weeks, furnish plate care
fully engraved in best and latest style with 50 cards printed
for $1.00. A new and beautiful lino of Easter
Oards and Novelties.
153 Colonial Block.
J. E. VANDERVOORT, . C. E. GLINES.
Is the most important part of a cooking apparatus. Tho fire
box is the digestive otgan; the draught is tho circulation,
incso vital organs are thoso'which, in the ?" A t
Are different, and work upon different principles from those
m any other stovo or range.
Tho MAJESTIC oven is the most sonsativo oven over made
tho fire-box is the most economical in operation, and the
draught is tho simplest and most perfect.
ese are 8 of the points that make
Majestic thoperfect Cooking Range.
NYE HARDWARE CO.,
Front Sir., SOLE AGENTS, 'Marietta, Ohio
have a good thing bef-
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