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.'MARIETTA DAILY LEADER
j- MBOBSE M. COOKE,
' , )OBH TV. LANBLET
PaMlahed every day pxcept Sunday, at tho
Leader Building, jpumam sireoi ana
SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1800
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ness on tho part of the carrier.
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Of the United States. "
Republican State Ticket.
For Secretary of State-,
CHARLES KINNEY? of SclOtaGO.
Forjudge ot the Supreme Court,,
MARSHALL JJ WILLIAMS; oUTftretW CO.
Por Food and Dairy Commiwioner.'
JOSEPH E. BliACKBTJTOroi Belmont Co.
For Member Board of Public Works.
FRANK A. HUFFMAN, of Van Wert Co.
For Congress, 15th District,
H. C. VAN VOORHIS, of Musklnsuin Co.
Editor Leadeh: Please announce the'namo
of George A. Shapley, of Grand lew, as a can
didate for the office ot Sheriff, subject to the
will of Convention. His Friends.
Editor Leader: Please state In the Leader
that Christopher J. Plaff, of Adams township,
will be a candidate before the county conven
tion for the office of Sheriff. -Voters.
Editor Leader: Will you kindly an
nounce that the undersigned will be a candi
date for the office of Sheriff, subject to the will
of the Republican convention to be held In
May. JOHN S. McCALLlSTER.
Editor Leader: Please announce In
your paper that the undersigned will be a
candidate for the office ot Sheriff of Washing
ton County, subject to the will of the Republi
can County convention to be held May 20th.
Editor Leader: Please announce that the
undersigned will be a candidate for Sheriff,
subject to the will of the Republican county
convention, May 20th. Roscoe Wolctt.
Editor Leader: The county west of the
Muskingum river not having had a Sheriff for
twenty-five years, we think It In order to an
nounce the name of G. R. Goddard, for the
office, subject-to the vote ot the delegates In
Uopubllcan county convention May 20th.
' Wesley Towksbip.
Editor Leader. Will you kindly announce
to your paper that the undersigned will be a
candidate for the office of Sheriff of Washing
ton County, subject to the will of the delegates
in Republican County Convention, and oblige
A KENTUCKY LESSON.
Kentucky receives considerable cen
sure for what are considered short
comings in its system of iurisprudonce,
or connivance on the part of its most
respectable citizens at gross violations
of the criminal statutes of the common
wealth. Shooting and cutting in the
.Bourbon State are of almost eyeiy day
occurence, and the guilty are permit
ted to go nnpunished and even unpro
secuted, in many instances.
That this is not because of the In
ability of the courts to secure speedy
trials to accused persons, the Scott
Jackson murder case, now being heard
at Newport, is an example. The jury
was impanelled without unnecessary
delay and captious challenges. Wit
nesses have been subject to no badger
ing. Irrelevant questions have not
been put to them, as a rule. The pro
secution has elicited what was material
and pertinent, and then stopped, while
the defense has not cross-examined for
the simple sake of doing so.
In many respects the trial has been a
novel one. It might have been made
more dramatic. This, however, would
not have enlightened the jury or aided
the court more than plain statements
of facts. The lawyers are not 'men
with national reputations. They ap
pear to comprehend what they are
about and do not under estimate the
duties they owe both to society and the
prisoner. The lesson is one which
might be studied with profit on this
aide of the river. Courier.
December and Slay.
Zanesville, Ohio, April 30. It devol
opes that the "December and May"
jnarriage in which Charles Gorsuch,
who is a prominent and wealthy resi
dent of this county, and Miss Maud
Cordcr, of Flemington, W. Va., were
the contracting parties, contains ele
ments of loye, sympathy and the "I
will" kind of Americanism,
Mr. Gorsnch is County Infirmary Di
rector, is well off and last summer his
maiden Bister, who is his hou&ekeoper,
had as a guest Miss Corder, who spent
most of her time away from home be
cause of her Inability tb get along with
a step-father. Love ,and sympathy
were blended'Tn Mr. dorsuch, and' tfl!
though he is seventy and sbs nineteen
he became alsuitor and won his suit
Gates Post Resolution.
The following resolution was passed
by a nnanimous vote at tho regular
meeting April 27th.
Resolved, That a B. Gates Post No.
453, G. A. R., approve of the sentiment
expressed by the Buell Post No. 178,
G. A. R., to the Lobdell Bicycle Club
published April 25th.
Have You Tried the Cocoa?
If not call at Wehrs & Son this week,
Walter Baker & Co. 's delicious Break
fast Cocoa is being served free and the
public is cordially invited to call and
try it. It
Try Superior Sugar Corn if you want
IN THE OIL FIELDS.
Tho Rogersou wcH and vicinity con
tinues to attract attention antj a num
ber of ventures are lluo in n few days.
They will to a largo extent show the
size of tho pool. The Thompson estate
on the Ohio side has been leased by
Slstcrsyille pooplo and a well is to bo
drilled there. There hayobeon Boveral
fair Cow Run wells .found on the-farm,
but as tho ones testing wero in search
of a deep sand no attempt to develop
was made. Tho last of thoso was drill
ed by the Brldgowater Gas Co. in 1S93
and mado good showing. So Belmont
county may have another oil pool be
fore long. Spirit,
jTJIE CAI"P FIELD.
The.followlug notes aroStfen ftdttf
the- Uevefr- VJFM
McManjisNo."B, on McKinnoyJfkrral i
came "in Thursday and will makOll
three barrels'o'f 'oil per day. ThlS w3i9
quitaa-surprise as the location was be
tween wells orutha oust and west that
were-doing; from 20to 25 barrels per
1 The Loe well north ot the railroad
came in Wednesday last, practically a
duster, being not more than two bar
rels per day.
The Cairo Oil Co.'s wells Weaver No.
2 and Yockey No. 3 came in Sunday
and are good for 50 barrels per day.
T. A. & R. G. Gillespie's well on tho
Clark farm, on the ridge between Elm
run and Devil Hole is expected in by
Friday or Saturday.
A. C. Hawkins who has the McGregor
farm leased, has , let the contract for.
putting down a test, located about one
fourth mile north of town. Tho con
tractors are now at work, and will bo
pushed as rapidly as possible. Tho
general opinion is that it will be a pro
Tho South Penn Oil Co. have let tho
contract for putting down a well on
Bamsdall Co. are drilling for the
Berea grit, on John Marshall's farm on
Devil Hole, their well making only 2
barrels in the Salt Sand.
Ellenboro, W. Va., April 30. The re
port that the Barnsdall well on the
John Israel farm, on Rock run, was in
and a duster was incorrect, as the tools
have been fast for a week and the well
is not due until the latter part of this
The Hamilton No. 2, on .Whisky run,
is still afflicted with a fishing job.
The Cairo Oil Company's Yocky No.
3 and Weaver No. 2 are now thought
to be good for 50 barrels a day. This
holds nearly all tho gilt-edged territory
in the Cairo field.
A. C. Hawkins is building a rig on
tho MacGregor farm and will put an
other test well down at once.
The South Penn Oil Company haye
made a location at McFarlan, the ter
minus of the C. K. & V. railroad, and
will put down a well at once.
T. N. Barnsdall's well on the J. W.
Marshall farm, on Devil Hole, is only a
two-barreler in the salt sand where oil
i3 usually found in tho Cairo district,
and is being drilled to the Berea grit.
Another well is due in to-morrow at
Hebron, and is likely to be as good as
any drilled there, as the territory in
this section is developing into a cinch
Cow Run producing' field.
The Rock Oil Company have had a
derrick completed and the machinery
on Col. J. M. McKinney's farm, on
Black's run, for several months, but
for some reason do not betrln work.
Thore is a great need of telephone
connection with the various fields near
here, and a movement is now on foot
to erect lines to connect the principal
points with the railroad.
Major A. S. McDougal, of Uarrisyllle,
has taken up a large block of leases on
Lost run, about one and a half miles
southwest of here, and it is said he has
interested parties who will put down a
test well soon.
Emil Frank, representing a Chicago
syndicate who are endeavoring to se
cure a block of leases in this section,
was here yesterday.
David Brown, of Brown Bros,, of
Mannington, who hold valuable terri
tory on Whisky run, is here today.
' Bank bobber Howard Mqat Go Back.
COMJMDUS, O., May L Dick Howard,
one of the notorious bonk robbers who
terrorized Western Indiana and East
ern Illinois in 1694, will have to go
back to Illinois to Btand trial. Attor
ney General Monnett so decided Thurs
day. Threw Hlmaelx Under a Train.
LOHnOS. O.. Mav 1 TTnrhAnt .T- Monl
DOSSenirer on a Pan-handla trnln. thrftuu
himself under the oars here. He was
horribly mangled aad died in a few
minutes. He liod been acting strange
ly on the way up from Cincinnati.
ft 9"fei:i.nrz'v."ib p."ri
aua vrvvtuus m. - '- - '
VUiJola 8hj)wcis Saturday. g&es
uuuruoy V'OUUT mil aiia caov
riy winosyJjecojnuig westerly.
ana eoolbr Etturdsy) tt$ja
Cura For Ilcadache.
As a remedy for all forms of Head
ache Electric Bitters has proved to be
tho very best It effects a permanent
euro and the most dreaded habitual
sick headaches yield to its influence.
Wnnrfffl fill whrniro nftifta1 4mh..-a
a bottle, and give this remedy a fair
inui. ju cases oinaDuuai constipation
Electric Bitters cures by giving the
needed tonic to tho bowels, ond few
cases long resist tho ubo of this medi
cine. Try it once. Fifty cents and
ei.00 at W, H. Styer's Drug Store.
ftjWHWr sura; l!fh ta ttejh aWTCcWr
At the Presbyterian Church the
pastor will preach in the morning, sub1
ject, ''BearlDgBurden." In the open
ing, under tho auspices of the Woman's
Missionary Societies, there Will bo an
address by Miss M. C Holmes, of Syria.
An invitution is extended to all.
Unitarian Church Morning subject,
"The Unseen Power of Religious and
Ethical Societies." Evening, "That
Misunderstanding and What Camo of
' First M. E. Church Special Evange
listic services at 10:80 a. m., and 7 p. m.
Opportunity afforded those holding
, ., ,t i
Gilman Avenue M. E. Morning,
"The stone of Heio." Evening-Pint-
. , ... i n tt
form meeting. Addresses by Rev. H.
M. Mossman, of Erie Conference, and
others. Old time class-meeting at 3
p. m. Sunrise prayer meeting by Ep
Wo'cth League at 0 a. m. This being
the anniversary of the dedication of tho
new church it will be appropriately
Baptist Morning, "The Increase of
Eaith." Evening, "Some Modern Fa-'
miliar Hymns and Their Authors."
First Congregational Morning, "The
Law of Progress." Evening, ' Gamb
ling," Services in the Chapel.
Congregational Morning, j
of Hearing." Special subject
"The Art of Hearing,
in the evening.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Jas,
Norman, Friday, April 19th.
Mr. Wallace Roach, of Bellfountain, i
spent a few days here last week visit
ing relatives and friends.
Mrs. Hulda Tanner has been visiting
her sister, Mrs Boggs, of Marietta, for '
a few days.
I. R. Rose is in Columbus this week,
attending to business.
On Monday evening, April 22d, a son ;
was born to Mr. and Mrs. David Ross,
Mr. Frank Shuster visited his parents
near Reinersville, Saturday and Sun
day. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Rose, of Mariet
ta, made a flying visit here Tuesday.
Joe Wilson, of Hibbs Ridge, expects
to locate in Marietta and engage in the
Grovenor Story, who is attending
school in Marietta, came homo Friday
evening on his new wheel.
Jessie Stewart has moved his harness
shop to Williamstcwn, W. Va? ' '""
Mrs. Patterson spent Wednesday in
Marietta attending the Sunday School
Quite a number from here took in
tho excursson to Parkersburg to see
Alonzo Hall was at McConnelsville
Thursday on business.
C. B. Pattrell, representing the
firm of C. B. Pattrell & Co., who are to
furnish the incandescent plant for the
lighting of this place, was in town Sat
urday; and all matters pertaining to
the plant was settled and by this time
the dynamo has been shipped. Work
will begin Monday preparatory to plac
ing the water wheel and it.will only be
a few weeks until the plant is in oper
ation. We understand that Mr. Hum
phrey has made the town the very lib
eral proposition of furnishing 14 arc
lights for ?509, which would be SS5.71
per light. The price is exceedingly low
as we know of no place that pays less
than $50 per light. A rough estimate
of the cost of lighting our streets with
the lamps, which are at present in use,
and the service of which is yery unsat
isfactory, places the cost at between
$350 and t400 making the difference
rather nominal; and when a fair com
parison is made between the service of
the two modes of lighting we do not
believe any person can raise a reason
able objection to the town accepting
Mr. Humphrey's offer. Beverly Dis
patch. THOMAS'nEHBr CAKTEIt.
The chairman of the republican national
Iconrmjttee was born In Rcloto county, O.,
October 80, ISM; In l83 removed from Bur
lington, la., to Helena, Mont.; was elected
I territorial delegate to the Fifty-flrat con
,gres3 as 0 republican, and upon tho a4-i
reprcsentatlvo In contrress: was elactnri M
thdJJnlted States senate bytthq JeIsla
iiuv ui. jauuiaaa ior we term OegSnniBM
lurch , xji "
nuclUen'nArn ca Halve.
Trrn TIkht Hat.vh In thn wnrlrt fn
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Kneum, Jfever HoreB, a'ettor, Chapped
Hands. Ohilhlnlna. Cornu. ntid nil klrfn
Eruptions, and positively cures Plies
utuujay ioijuudu. ji. 40 guttrauieeu 10
give perfect satisfaction, or money re
funded. Prlco 25 cents per box,
Certificates off amembership in othera Coupons oxplaln bow to secure tho Above.
MelnTdlst skcIeWes topresentnhenratc 7S!!S!rr
either servic'LwV1 cardial1 jriVfta'Ubrl JfMalLPouft Tobaoools soldiall dealers;
t..ft,.j,i . iT .toi-' ,' '--"' irncknEcR(not(tonaIe)oontalnliieno coupons,
ox tended to, the -public. . s sq l.JtilIboatceptedncdoponii7"9orj''SrtKjrCai
For salo by W. H, Styor.
In exchango for Coilpons with
'Chewing and Smoking"
(The cnl ANTI-NERVOUS, ANTLDYSPEPTIC
' and NICOTINE NEUTRALIZED
JACK KNIVES and PEN KNIVES,
Stag Handle; Razor Steel, First
quality, American manufacture,
hand forged and finely tempered.
Fine RAZORS, Highest Grado
Steel; Hollow Ground.
I dt nnt Omnon. "tot!" Ertvtu llaiatiico Coupons.
' LLUSTRATED Calploauo qfothcr Valuable Arttcto
tdthaplanatlonhouilo get thm, Mailed on regueit.
The Bloch Bros. Tobacco Co.. Wheeling, W.Va,
No Coupons exchanged after duly 1, IBM
Gathered From All Parts ot the Country by
Ten McKinley delegates to the St.
Louis convention were elected in Mich
Tho directors of tho Pennsylvania
Railroad Co., Friday declared a semi
annual dividend of 2)4 per cent., la
cash, payable May 29.
Herr Frederick Henry Geffoken, tho
celebrated German journalist and pub
licist, died at Munich from suffocation
as the result of tho explosion of a pe
troleum lamp. Ho was GO years of
Bourko Cockran, tho ex-congress-Jnan,
while riding, his bicycle on Eighth
avenue, New York, Thursday morning.
fell over another rider, whp had met
' with a mishap, and was pamfully but
not dangerously injured.
t Col. Alexander Bliss, stepson of tho
late George Bancroft, tho historian,
and whoso secretary of legation he was
while Mr. Bancroft was mlnUtqr to
Germany, died at his residence in
Washington in, his Cflth year.
The Berlin Industrial exhibition was
formally opened by tho omperor Friday
although the preparations for Its open
ing are by no mcana complete.
,weather was brlgh and clear and th
crowds barge and onthuslatio.
A dispatch from Havana says that
the Spanish gunboat Messagcra lost
Islx men in capturing tho filibustering
schooner Competitor near Berracos, on
the northern coast of the province of
Pinar del Rio, a few days ago.
W. P. Faulker, Robert Glover and
Miss Maggie Young wero seriously in
jured by tho bursting ol a steam pipe
in the woolen mills at Nashville, Tcnn.,
Thursday morning. The explosion
created a stampede among the employes
and number wero injured In tho rush
: May day opened very quiet in Rome,
mast of the worklngtricn mado it a full
holiday and tho newspapers suspended
publication. Tho authorities took tho
precaution to strengthen tlio garrison
against possible disturbances, but there
wero no indications that such precau
tions wero necessary.
The annual congress of the Sons of
tho American Revolution convened In
Richmond, Va., Thursday, with Gen.
Horace Porter, presidont, in the chair.
Hon. Wm. Wirt Henry, president of tho
society, made an address of welcome,
and the reports of the secretary-general
and treasure-general wero sub
We have opened an office and are now
prepared to undertake and conduct the
sales of Real Estate and other proper
ties? Property listed, "wants to buy,"
bargains "for sale" will receive prompt
and careful consideration. Money
judiciously invested through this
bureau. Glazier's Agency,
2?7 Second St., opp. Union Depot.
Residence, 304 Warren St.
UtLIUfi I tm Should Use
IT IS ft SUPERB T0NIG and
exerts a wonderful influence in
strengthening her system by
driving through the proper chan
nel ail impurities. Health and
strength are Guaranteed to result
from Its use.
My -wife was bedridden tor eighteen months,
alter using BRADFIELD'S FEMALE REQU
LATOIC lor two months. Is getting well.
J. M. JOHNSON, Malvern, Ark.
11BADFIELD HEGUUT0U CO., 'iTLAXTA, 01.
Bold by all DmijIiU at St. 00 per bottle.
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t4n1Ann1V.I Thfl inflation la nnA nf nl..ar 1
V thB rttT. BlZe Of lot IStttJSd f enl". TVrm. TnoAo
May 2 tf .
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Notice Is hereby given that proposals tor the
exclusive privilege for furnishing refreshments
at the "Ptamond Meet" of the Lobdell Cycling
Club, to be held at the Marietta Fair Grounds,
on May 80th, 1698, will be received by said Club
until 2.00 o'clock p. m. of MAY 15TH. 1895. Club
reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Ad
rees all bids to said Club, Box 771, Marietta,
Ohio, and endorse Bame "Bid for Refreshment
privilege." LOI1DELL CYCLING CLUB.
91. BO Columbus & Return 81. go
Sunday, May 10th, theT. O. C. Ex. R. will
run a special train' leaving Marietta at s
o'OlocK a. ui , wuiuu nut connect at 1'aios with
Onlo Central Lines special, arriving In Col
umbusatJOtOOa. m.; train returning, leaves
0:80 p. m. This gives you 7 hours for sight
seeing In tho capital city. For further lnfor-
lUitl.UUt CUUIUJ O UV UU1UU WCBUl.
Don't Gome to Uj
- . ,
Don't Come to Us
Expecting us to tell
you we will sell you ten dol-
lar suits for six dollars, fifteen
dollar suits for ten dollars, etc., etc. .
WE DON'T DO BUSINESS THAT WAY.
Our prices and goods are honest and reliable,
and you mav rest assured.that when .w;i-iVi:v"
to .resdrtffO theseJew''
Goods at Reliable Honest PricesI I I
S. R. Van Metre &Oo.,
Wholesale The Old Reliable Cash Clothiers. Retail
Ladies' Spring Capes!
The swellest and most stylish Capes
brought out this season. Silk Capes and
Velvet Capes Beaded, Lace and Rib--bpn
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,
Colonial Book Store.
Gratified with the result of our four months'
business, more than pleased with the cordial
reception given us, and naturally ambitious
to extend our trade, we shall spare no
pains to popularize our businesss in
STOCK, PRICES, ETC.
Our present seasonable offering is
In large variety and splendid quality; and the
Reading, that goes with them.
Having had an unusually large trade in Visit
ing Cards. We are prepared to offer plate
and 100 cards, finely engraved, for $1.00 '
A beautiful line of Reward and S. S. Cards,
new and attractive.
J. E. VANDERVOORT. C. E. GLINES.
153 Colonial Block.
Is what we all are after. Some get it one way, some an
other. We think we have foupd the best way to obtain
it. Do you know what our way is? We will tell you. "We
buy our goods as low as anybody and sell" them at an
honest margin of profit. We don't pretend jto give you
twice the value for your money, but do and will give you
all the value your' money calls for. Whenyou attempt
to get something for nothing you are sure to get nothing
for something. Iow we have a full line of Men's, Boys"
and Children's Clothing, Hats, Caps, Shirts, Underwear
Valises, and everything in the line of Men's Furnishings
that you possibly can want. We don't handle tho cheapest
stufF in quality but the cheapest in price. We fully be
lieve we can make your dollar go farther, last.longer and
do more service than any one else in this neighborhood.
We do tailoring, too. Our tailors are artistsin their line,
and can fit you perfectly with nobby, stylish, well-made
garments. Come and see ub, we will save you money.
Sam Sulzbacher, KC&
mL' 7JSUlIp S- a'j 'f, J-m5 03Oir !''' 1 '
Buggies, Farm Wagons and
In the meantime if you want a Single Rig, come and give us special
order for it.
NYE HARDWARE CO.,
'l70 Front Sir., SOLE AGENTS, Marietta, Ohie
If you want clothes
will wrinkle and .bulge
and bag and lose their
DON'T KEEP THAT
methods and nrtiemoQ ,
For Raliahln Hnneot
No. 108 Front
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