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AL. G. FIELD'S MINSTRELS AND UTOPIA, AUDITORIUM, APRJtL 7TH
.MARIETTA DAILY LEADER
' fOHH W. LANSLEX,
Published every day except Sunday, at the
Leader Building, Putnam Streoi and
SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1890
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For President, .,
Of the United States. Ji ' '
Republican State Ticket.
For Secretary of State,
CHAKLE3 KINNEY, of Scioto Co.
Kor Judgeof the Supreme Court,
ILLIAMSV of Fayette Co.
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tft Member $6Rt tt Pfftite WWr,
FRANK A- aVrFlSAfft 6f Yt
aft Wert Oft
For Congress, 15th District,
H. C. VAN VOORHI9, of Musklniruih Co.
The Fosdlck bill for the suppression
of the high hat passed the Senate and
Is now a law. It makes the manager
of a theatre who permits a hat to be
worn obstructing the view of any per
son liable to prosecution for a misdo
smcanor. A stabtlino statement made in the
fight against the obnoxious Morgen
thaler inquisitorial system is that in
1895 the fees of inquisitors in 48 coun
ties of Ohio nmounted to $122,244, the
amount the State received from the
system the samo year being but S28,
000. Bo Careful How You Vote.
The above cannot be emphasized too
much or repeated too often to voters.
One would think that the voters would
understand the new ballot law well
tanouzh bv this time to know how to
-rote it right, and I suppose most peo
ple think they do, but lot me glye some
examples of mistakes made at the last
municipal election for electric light
and street paving bonds in the Third
ward. One uoter, I suppose a heavy
taxpayer, thinking to come down
iieayy against both propositions, wrote
the word "no" opposite both proposi
tions both for and against them. Of
conrse, as far as his vote was con
cerned, ho might just as well have
staid away from the polls. Another,
thinking to come down heavy in favor
of both propositions, wrote the word
yes" in every space. Of course ho
lost his vote. Some erased the propo
sitions they didn't want to voto for.
One put the cross mark on the right
side of tho ticket 1 suppose if the
space to put his vote had been there ho
would have put it some where else.
Borne instead of simply making a cross
mark as the law directs, would write
the word "yes." Thus, in one way and
another, quite a number of votes were
lost, and this in the Third ward, noted
It is not to bo supposed that these
men went to tho polls to throw their
votes away or triile with this privilege,
but simply becauso; they do not give
proDer heed to the instructions given
them. "Be sure you are right and
then go ahead." M. II. II.
j oirriicovixQ report.
Summary of the Iluslness Done n the
Mayor's Office During the
From Mayor Talmer's forthcoming
report we take the following items:
Complaints prosecuted during the year
ending March 81, 18W 143
Of which there are still pending 27
Dismissed or discharged on hearing 62
Convictions or plea of guilty as follows.. . 351
Intoxication and disorderly conduct 10J
Suspicious characters 5
Injuring Public Property 8
Peddling without license 4
Obstructing sidewalk 2
Common prostitute , 10
Disorderly conduct...,. 62
Fast driving 11
Permitting gambling on premises 1
Obscene and profane language 9
Leaving horse unhitched 1
Keeping saloon open after hours (!
"' Injuring fruit trees 1
Violation bicycle ordinance 17
Indecent behavior 1
emptying vault without permit 1
Harboring lewd women 1
Interrupting citizen In bis business. . ...... 1
Abusing family U
Keeping house of 111 fame 4
Carrying concealed weapons , . . 7
Unlawful assembling In saloon 2
.Keeping saloon open on Sunday 2
BcrtBartlett of Parkersburg is visit
ing relatives here.
Maggie and Georgia L'hl are v.lslting
Mrs. Jane Roe who has been very ill
for tho past week, is a llttlo better.
Miss Laura Priddla is visiting rela
tives in Parkersburg.
Mrs. John Fisher and Miss Ada Mc
Kenje of this place spent Saturday
snd Sunday with friends and relatives
Tho apple party given by the Jun
ior C. E. last Friday evening was quite
a success. The children enjoyed them
selves very much.
Mrs. Charles McConnell and little
daughter, Laura, of Parkersburg are
guests of Mrs. McConnell's mother Mrs.
If you need an engine of any kind,
steam, gaooline, kerosene oil, send for
free illustrated circular to Crab. P.
WiiXABD & Co.,107 Canal St, Chicago
IN THE OIL FIELD.
WoodsQeld, April 3d. Sluco tho ar
rival of the big Wc&t Virginia wells on
Indian Crook, the talent have been ex
pecting a drop. Tho said drop is now
on hand and tho end is not yet How
ever that tho Indian Creek pool is not
as large as the Atlantic is shown by
tho fact that tho btonoklng ell drill
ed by tho Carter Oil Co. is in and a bitr
easser and seemingly no hopo of a pro
ducer. This is some llttlo distanco in
advance and whero a good well was,
seemingly, likoly to result
Below the old Dye Brooks pool iu
Tyler county, J. T. Jones has a dry
hole on the Illsson, though a small
gasser. , j
There are several other wells clue in
kho Tyler ,'cpunty -region,, but none o
them In gusher territory, in una
ren leases and well, across .from Raven
Rock, to Motzgan & Co., who have
cleaned and shot the old Holdren well.
Its production has been increased to
2S barrels por"dlemj
'JflM Ilannan Bros, well 6n the Han
185 arm above New Malarnoras Is in
and seemingly will make a small wall.
The Florence Oil Co. on the Smith
farm not far distant is the proud pos
sessor of a dry hole.
Tho Henry Oil Co. are reported as
having sold their Benwood leases to
tho Kanawha Oil Co., who will devel
op them as soon as machinery can bo
placed on the ground.
The Jacobsburg well, has not yet
reached the Berea Grit. They are still
Work on No. 2 Delaplain northeast
of Graysville has not yet been com
menced, nor has drilling been com
menced on the Jerles well. The only
well now drilling in tho Deist-Cale-
baugh section is Hensel No. 0. Galey
Bros. & Sparks sent down the engine
for No. 4 Calebaugh yesterday a rath'
er expensive job tho way tho roads are.
Tho Carr well on Long Run, Wetzel
county, W. Va., has been cleaned and
is a small producer. This well was
drilled a year ago and made quite an
excitement when struck.
Sistersville, W. Va., April 2. There
has been little, if auy, change in the
situation in the Indian Creek district
since yesterday. Some of the wells are
drilling where tho oil pay has been sup
posed to be located and others which
have been compelled to shut down on
account of the heavy Ras pressure and
still shut down awaiting the exhaus
tion of the gas. According to tho lat
est adyice from the Devonian Oil Com
pany's well on the Joseph Spencer
farm, its production has not been
materially increased, nor has there
been any change of note in the develop'
ments at tho Ash, Craig or Sdckman
A number of gentlemenf rom Butler
county, Pa., are erecting a derrick on
tho W. P. Hays farm north of Friendly,
and will probably be ready to com
mence spudding Saturday.
I'lannigan & Co. put the 6 casing
in their No. 0, located on tho Hensel
farm, to the northeast of the Diestpool,
Parkersburg, W. Vu., April 2. Tho
Lubcck Oil Company are again drilling
on their well near here, having recov
ered their lost tools yesterday. Ex
perienced oil men declare that tho
drillers have not yet reached tho Gor
don sand, which is being drilled for,
but others arc of the opinion that it
has been drilled through.
It is reported here to-day that tho
Davidson Oil Company will drill their
well which was abandoned on the Hen
ry farm, near Valley Mills, to the Berea
sand. Tho company are holding a
meeting at Marietta today and expect
to drill several wells near the Benson
Athey farm, on their territory, which
Is thought to be good. The Dyke well,
which has been drilling at Waverly for
several months and which is being put
to the deep sands, will likely be drilled
in Saturday. If the well has a show
ing it will open up new territory.
Your Boy Wont Live a Month.
So Mr. Gilman Brown, of 84 Mill St,
South Gardner, Mass., was told by tho
doctors. His son had Lung trouble,
following Typhoid Malaria, and he
spent three hundred and seventy-five
dollars with doctors, who Anally gavo
him up, saying: "Your boy wont live a
month." He tried Dr. King's New
Discovery and a few bottles restored
him to health and enabled him to go
to work a perfectly well man. He says
he owes his present good health to the
use of Dr. King's New Discovery, and
knows it to bo the best in tho world
for Lung trouble. Trial Bottles Free
at W. H. btyer's Drug Store.
Fears for Cecil "Rhodes' Safety.
London, j April 1. The Daily News
says that anxiety is felt by tho friends
of Mr. Cecil Rhodes,, who is now on his
way frbm Beira to Bujuwayo. It Is
feared that tho Matabcles. may wayjay
King Mellka itetreuts.
Rome, April 1. It is learned from
I everal sources that King Melika and
his chiefs except the llts of Tigro
have retreated, their provisions having
The Allsa Again Won.
Nick, April 1. Tho yacht race for
tho Prix do Monte Carlo for largo raters
was sailed Wednesday and won easily
by Ailsa, Britannia becond and Satin ita
Little Falls, Minn., April 1. The
worst blizzard in years is prevailing
here. All trains are delayed. Two
feet of enow has fallen.
The U. S. Ppv't Reports
show Royal Baking Powder
superior to all others.
A petition has boon circulated 'in
Marlotti, Adams. Walnrtown and
Watorford townships, and numerously
signed, asking Judgo Slbloy to suspend
tho jail sentence of the three Schwend
ermans and John Kerns, all of whom
pleaded guilty to housebreaking la the
mutter of thu Jacob Schaad ensu. Sev
eral people of Beverly signed the
Two gentlemen were hero from Mari
etta last Friday conferring with sorao
of our people regarding incadeseent
electric lights. They say that a plant
sufficient to light Beverly can bo put In
for $1,300. No action will be taken un
'tlltgpnfatler Is thorougllyl(Jlnves'1jJ
f?atar rfo. ' ' tknf aili r
An entfiusTastic business raatifjgjo.
a targe numDerycucitiiens v& nemim
tno Mayorfs BntceMast FridaynTght'for
the purpose' of organizing a Board of
Improvement. Chas. Langenberg was
elected temporary chairman and J. O.
Cullon, secretary. Aftor a free dis
cussion of the mode of procedure, all
persons present authorized the secre
tary to put down their names signify
ing their deslrd to become members of
The community has been exercised
a good deal the past week by the re
port that Osmar Loohray, a deck hand
on the steamer Lorena, was afflicted
with smallpox. Lochray's hotnq is at
Roxbury, a small place about 3 miles
this side of Stockport. When the Lo
rena passed that place Sunday evening
on her return trip, Mr. Lochray was
quite sick and was compelled to lay off.
A physician was summoned, who said
the case had strong symptoms of small
pox, but latter development has prov
en that the supposed case of smallpox
is nothing more or less than measles.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Dearth, of Mari
etta, came up Friday evening and re
mained until Saturday evening with
Mrs. Dearth's mother, Mrs. Mary
Prof. M. R. Andrews, of Marietta,
came up on the steamer Sonoma Wed
nesday evening and remained until
Thursday morning attending to some
business and visiting his old friend and
comrade Capt J. B. Shoop. no went
on to McConnelsville Thursday.
Gold, Hllvcr nmfOutput.
WasSinoton, April 1. Tho superin
tendent of tho mint at Carson, Nev.,
reports Nevada's gold output for 1805
as 81,780,800, on increase over 1894 oi
8559,500. The coining value of the sil
ver product is given as 1,052,000, an in
crease over 1804 of 854,500.
Manitoba Remedial Bill.
Ottawa, Ont., April 1. The Mani
toba remedial bill was again taken up
in the house of commons Tuesday, and
Sir Unas. Tuppor announced that the
government intended to push the bill
forward to a third reading.
Knocked Oat In tho Second Round.
Boston, April 1. Billy Vernon, tho
Haverstraw, -N. Y., brickmakcr, was
knocked out in the second round Tues
day night at Music hall, by Jimmy
Handler, Bob Fitzsimmons' protege.
The Worst Storm In Years.
RoYAiroN, Minn., April 1. The worst
snowstorm in ten years sot in Tuesday
morning and continued all day.
Eighteen inches have fallen.
Wcylcr Will Not Resign.
Madiud, April 1. The report that
Capt. Gen. Weyler will shortly resign
is without foundation.
Send your address to n. E. Iiucklen
& Co., Chicago, and get a free sample
box of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A
trial will convince you of their merits.
These pills are easy in action and aro
particularly effective in tho cure of
Constipation and Sick Headache. For
Malaria and Liver troubles they have
been proved invaluable. Thev are
guaranteed to be perfectly free from
every deleterious substance and to be
purely vegetable. They do not weaken
by their action, but by giving tone to
stomach and bowels greatly invigorate
tno system, iteguiar size aoc. per box.
Sold by W. II. Styer, Druggist
Snowstorm, With Thunder and Lightning.
Sauk Rapids, Minn., April 1. The
heaviest snow storm known for years
accompanied by thunder and lightning,
a strong northeast wind, has been
raging here for the past 14 hours.
About fourteen inches of snow hai
Fntrols lit llaluwayo DrlTen In.
London, April 1. The Telegraph
Wednesday says it learns that tho pa
trols all around Buluwayo have been
driven in, and in some cates with loss.
The natives, it adds, are well armed
and are good shots.
Five Negroes Oarrotcd.
Havana, April 1. Five Negroes wera
garroted hero Tuesday. They wer
not rebels, but were sentenced to death
for crimes cpmmitted prior to the
brekilr out oi Uwi insusrestion.
UCLlUn I L should ubo -
IT IS A SUPERB T0NIG and
exerts a wonderful influence in
strengthening lier system by
driviug through the proper chan
nel aii impurities. Health and
strenoth are Guaranteed to result
from its use.
My wife was bedridden for eighteen months,
after using SRADFIELD'S FEMALE REGU
LATOR for two months. Is getting well.
J. M. JOHNSON, Malvern, Ark.
BB1SFIELD BEQCUTOB CO., ATUNTi, Oi,
Sold by all BraffhU it tLOO per UtU.
In exchange for Coupons wltl '
"Chowlntt and Smokln
EXCELLENT Onen Face WATCHES,
inn American Watch Company and are guar
Illy lliail I UMWM H.IVHWWWWWIOI'JHIWU- .
anteea tcttnoui guaiijicanon.
contain only the very lest quality of material
and haro all lmrorcmcnts np to ditto. They
lmrorcmcnts np to ditto. They
will wear and pcrorm well for n nrcume tr
onlr ordinarily cared for. Xevcr before hat
euehPereetlon been attatnedinaWalehat tha
ilanelout Development AutomatieXTaUh
maktng Jiaemneri enaotet u io,onpr you.
. Coupons explain ho w.to, sceuro tho Above.
Two Coupon in eacHIV nt(4iunw)'icdi;Mj
man rvuuu ivuaiiuu isiauiu vj an uodiuio.
I' Packages Inow oneatc) containing no coupons
5711113 accepted as coupon. "Vol." Empty Bag
as ont Coupon, "i cz." Empty Bag aa two Coupont.
LLUSTRATED CatnlOflUO of other Valuable Article
with explanation how to get them, Mailed on request
The Bloch Bros. Tobacco Co., Wheeling. W. Va.
Mo Coupons exchanged after July 1,1807
, city soucrroit:
Alii EDrroit: Will you please announce the
undersigned to be a candidate for tho office of
City Solicitor, subject to the will of the voters
at the coming Spring election?'
cnAJtLKs W. Richards.
Mr. editor: Please announce that I will be
a candldato for re election to the office of City
Solicitor, at the coming Apvll election.
Ji C. 13 KENAN.
CITY CIVIL ENGlNEEli;
Editor Leader: Please announce my name
for the office of City Civil Engineer, subject to
the vote of the people at tho April election.
Vf. P. Mason.
Please announce my name as a candidate
or re-election to the office of City Engineer.
E Frank gates.
Editor Leader Kindly nnnouncn through
your columns the fact that Mr." Phillip D.'
Peters, the present efflcion,1 member of Coun
cil from tho Fourth Ward, vlll be a candidate
for re-election. Appreciative Voters
Editor Leader Will you announce In your
paper my name for the office of Councilman
for the Tourth ward? Dr. J. C. Hardy.
Editor Leader Please announce the samo
of Frank Weber as a candidate for re election
to Council from the Second Ward.
Editor Leader: Will you state through
your columns that II, F. Wood will be a candi
date for, the office of Councilman from the
Second Ward, subject to the will of the voters
at the,comlng April Election.
justice of tue peace.
Editor Leader: Will you announce the
name of B. E. Guy ton for the office of Justice
of the Peace, and oblige Many Friends.
Editor Leader: Pleaso announce my
name as a candidate for tho offlco of Justice of
the Peace In Marietta township, and oblige
Miller H. Hart.
Editor Leader Please announce my name
as a candidate for Mayor of the city of Mari
etta at the coming sprins election, subject to
tho w 111 of the voters. H. F. Krait.
EditSr Leader: Please announce in your
columns that Mayor Jewott Palmer w 111 be a
candidate for ro election at the next munici
pal election. Voters.
Editor Leader Please say in your paper
that I am a candidate for the office of Mayor
of the City of Marietta, 'subject to tlio will of
the voters at the April Election.
EDITOR LEADER: Pleaso announce the
name of Charles. II Now ton as a Candidate
for Township Clerlt of Marietta Township,
subject (to the decision of the voters at the
April election His Friends.
Editor Leader- Pleaso announce the
name of J. W. Sturglss as a candidate for the
office of Clerk of Marietta Township, and
Oblige MANY TRItNDS.
Editor Leader: Will you announce tho
name of the undersigned as a candldato for
the office of Trustee of MarlettaTownshlp,
subject to the will of the voters at the April
Election. John T. Bell.
Editor Leader: Pleaso announce the
name of William Harsha as a candidate for
Township Trustee at the Spring election."
LDITOR LEADER :
Will you kindly announce that Mrs. Helen
Morgan, Fifth Street, wilt be a candidate for
member of Board of Education, Marietta, sub
ject to the will of the voters at the coming
election. Voters of toe City.
Editor Leader: Please announce the
name of George A. Sbapley, of Grandvlew, as
a candidate for the offlco of Sheriff, subject to
the will of Convention. His Friends.
Editor Leader Please state in the Leader
that Christopher J. Pfa!t, of Adams township,
will be a candidate before the county conven
tion for the office of Sheriff. Voters.
Better Than Ever.
The World's Most Beautiful and
Finely Finished Wheel.
The Strongest Lady's Bicycle
' ffouvenTr Catalogue Free.
Also Qendrooand Reliance Makes.
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Sample Wheels at Sclilaubacli's.
B. EVELEIGH, Agent.
Pino Buggies, Ladies' Phaetons, Sur
les and Oil Men's Blackboard, Etc.
tYe have in stock tho finest assort
ments of high grade work" ever offered
in Marietta. Wo visited tho factory
where these goods are made and wo do
not hesitate to recommend them very
highly to our friends. We buy bytho
car-load and get tho yry lowest prices.
They were all made before January lBt,
1890, therefore are thoroughly dry.
We handle a buggy made especially
for farmers' use, strong and durable.
Call at 61S Fourth street
F. H. Dutton & Son.
Shows up hard facts. During this
week comparison has been made by
different persons, thoroughly competent, of
the suits others aro selling for 7.00 and $7.50
said to be worth $10.00, and they found our $6.50
suit BETTER in every respect. Better trimmiug, better
made, better cut and fit and far better goods. Open your eyes
good folks! Don't think because a man marks his goods 'way
UP to a price he calls their WORTH, and the.n falls off 1-3 or
1-2 in price, for "one week only" or, as he says, "being its YOU
etc."ihat you're getting real bargains or values. Don't think it 1
.Betfer1Aef,him'atofle he'has 'an axe to grind'. v No$I5 00 suits ,
for $10.00 herein bur goods -are all nlarked in plain figures at
an HtfNEStf)er-cent. of profit, and .they "are REAl.'aiue
For Reliable Clothing at Reliable Prices, TRY US! !
S. R. Van Metre &0o .
Ladies' Spring Capes!
The swellest and most stylish Capes
brought out this season. Silk Capes and
Velvet Capes; Beaded, Lace and Rib
bon trimmed, silk lined throughout
$4.00 and up.
Ladies' Spring Capes made of all-wool
Broadcloth, braid and button trimmed,
straps of same material, latest style,
colors are black, navy and tan, at any
price you want.
Jenvey & Allen,
W. F. ROBERTSON.
W. F. ROBERTSON & OO.
"City Cash Shoe Store"
Dealers -hd Reliable Footwear
For Ladies, Gentlemen and Children.
This new store, situated at 123 Putnam street, the room former
ly occupied by the Citizens National Bank, wilt beopen for busi
ness Saturday Morning, March 28th
examine stock and make selection
123 Putnam St. W. F.
Colonial Book Store.
Constantly arriving, the latest and
Marie Oorrellis latest
( Mighty Atom.
We fill -many orders for expensive and standard works that are
rarely carried in stock. Visiting
Stamps supplied at short notice.
ward Cards, both for Day and Sunday School. Ouf beautiiul line of
Easter goods are having ready sale. ,
Don't lorget the Webster Type
for the lest than or an inferior article.
153 Colonial Block.
J. E. VANDERVOORT,
Do You Want a Good Lamp?
If bo, see Charles noltz on Front Street near Putnam. He also will
show you by far the Best Selected stock of Queonswaro In Marietta.
Charles Holtz, the queensware man.
Howpo'ften"ave ypu 'heafd'a
-' -Very often, no doubt. .The
Was made for these noble women who devote their lives to
the comfort and welfare of others. There are many things
that commend this invention, but not the leaBt isihis: It makes
Jiouse-work, no longer a drudgery, but a pleasure.
We have tried it;
Wejtnow what it can do;
IVe recommend it.
NYE HARDWARE CO.r
170 Fruit Str.
No. 108 Front
The public is invited to call,
ROBERTSON & CO.
lest things published both in papW
Sorrows of Satan.
Cards, finojy engraved, and Rubier
A new and attraotivo linn nf Tf.
writer Billons. You pav no more
C. E. GLINES.
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tired 'woman makei thiB remark?
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AGENTS, v Miriitta, Gw