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MARIETTA DAILY LEADER
COBQE M. C001JK,
JOBS W. LA.N8LBY
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SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1896
O.f tho United States.
QARRUTT A. HOBART,
01 New Jersey
Republican State Ticket.
For Secretary of State,
CHARLES KINNEY, of Scioto Co.
For Judge of the Supreme Court,
MARSHALL J. WILLIAMS, of Fayette Co,
For Food and Dairy Commissioner.
JOSEPH E. BLACKBURN, of Belmont Co,
For Member Board of Public Works,
FRANK A. HUFFMAN, of Van Wert Co.
For Congress, 15th District,
H. C. VAN V00RUI9, of Musltlncum Co.
For Probate Judge,
JOHN S. McCALLISTER, Fourth Ward
W. A. PATTERSON, of Waterford
JOHN W. ATHEY, Marietta Township.
For Commissioner, .
JOHN RANDOLPH, AVesley Township,
WM. SCHNAUFFER, Newport Township.
Cuban citizens are receiving warn
ingclrculars stating1 that many dyna
mite explosions will occur during the
summer in tho various towns of the
island, especially in Havana, and ad
vising them to "abandon the threaten
Cuba will probably have less than
half a crop of sugar.
The Leadyille strike is a loss to its
wage earners of 515,000 daily.
The British House of Lords have at
last passed the bill legalizing marriage
with a deceased wife's sister.
"Bishop Faleonio will succeed Satol
lias Papal Ablegate in the United
Henry M. Stanley, the African ex
plorer, is seriously ill.
A scientific party from Boston expects
to sail with Lieut. ' Peary, the Acrtic
explorer, to make explorations and
take observations along tho west coast
of Greenland. t
Jay Gould's daughter, the Countess
Castelane, gaye a Parisian reception
recently costing $100,000. Her S15.000,-
000 will soon disappear at this rat?.
Cleveland, 0., has been threatened
with a serious strike. Bloodshed was
doubtless averted by the prompt action
of the Mayor, police and militia.
Doctors who agree.
Always wise parents.
Lovers who neter quarrel.
Genius without opportunity.
-A great character, flawless.
Sense that attracts as soon as beauty.
The tattling tongue that tells tho
One who passes righteous judgment
on a rival. -. .. .
The road to success that is not par
The occasion when it is better to be
aich than honest.
A failure where some one did not say
"I told you so."
Tho time when justice finds no diffi
culty in adjusting tho scales.
A selfish person v ho gives away tho
biggest share of the best.
Keeping eggs by burying in salt.
Keeping egetables with the stalks in
water till cooked.
Iioasting, or broiling meat over as
Lot a fire as possible.
Keeping carrots anil turnips by bury
ing in layers in ,i box of sand.
1'or seeding raining pouring boiling
water over them and then draining.
Iioasting potatoes with meat by par
ing and putting on a rack in tho pan.
Hickory nut macaroons made of five
unbeaten eggs, one pound of chopped
meats, one pound of powdered sugav,
one tablespoonful of flour, two small
teaspoonfuls of baking powder, dropped
in tiny cakes on waxed paper in the
pan. Good Housekeeping.
MUSIC AND MUSICIANS.
The countess of Dunraven' sings in
-the village choir.
The most fertile song writer was
Schubert. The list of his songs com
prises over 1,200 numbers.
"flclle," the latest operatic success in
Paris, was heard recently by electro
phone in London , tho sound being trans-i
mitted over tho London-Paris telephono
Only seven new pieces, one of them
Berlioz "Faust,'' were performed in
23 concerts at the Leipzig Gewandhaus
last season unde.rMr.Nikisch'sinanage
jnent. In 24 concerts given by M. Lam
pureaux in Paris lost year there rr
but eia-ht novelties.
ARTISTS IN OIL AND STQNE.
M. Gcn'c.t Is to paint u picture of the
coronation of Czar Nicholas for the
flty of Pat Is, on aenmas 33 by 21 feet.
AtDclphi n beautiful bronze statuette
of Apollo eight inches high, has been
diseoered, arousing the hope that more
valuable otho offerings may be found
nt the samo place.
Julius Von Payer, a Bohemian artist,
had the marvelous experience of going
ifour time? to the arctic regions. He
lis the only urtlst in that specialty m
The Inventory of the estate of Wi
lliam W. Storey, tho eulptor, just filed
in the probate court nt Boston, shows
that lie left property nlued ut $212.
830, 51G:i,000 being in real estate.
Piincc Bismarck is to havo another
istatue. This tiipo it is Lcipsie. Tho
city has commissjorfed the sculptor,
'Luhnert, to execute it, and the munici
pality has selected a site near the park.
"Ourfincst English historian in paint,
ns he has been in black nnd white"
'that is what n London critic calls the
'American artist, Edwin Abbey. Mr.
Abbey's picture of Uichard Crookbnck
and Princess Anne has captured Lon
don. Thomas Nast, the famous cartoonist,
recent' painted a picture of Sir Ilcnry
lining which Mr. Nast called "TheIm
mortal Light of Genius." It is said
that when' Sir Henry saw tho result oi
Mr. Nast's labors he was so pleased
that he at onco sent the artist a check
for $1,000 in excess of the commission.
Sir John Millais' illness was probably
the cause for tho high pijlces paid for
itv.o sketches in oil by jim in London
jrccentlj. The original idea of "Tho
Good Knigh,," '11 by 10i2 inches,
brought $'4,5C0, while tho still smaller
first plan of the "Huguenot Lovers"
HINTS FCR GIRLS.
When small biscuits are served with
,the soup they arc eaten from the fin
gers and not broken into the soup.
A girl w ho has a good skin, or ei en
one who has a bad skin, is ery foolish
to chance filling the pores of it with
A young man who writes to a young
woman extending imitations or mak
ing appointments on poatal cards
should be entirely ignored.
A young lady who is not the hostess
need not rise when a gentleman enters
the room, unless he should happen to
be a very old gentleman.
Wien people insist upon coming on
other than your "at home" day you
may, with perfect propriety, have your
maid excuse you and say that you nio
White lace or embroidery should be
wrapped up in colored tissue paper or
it will turn yellow. There is some
thing in the white paper that discolors
A young girl in deep mourning could
not with propriety vear a silver belt
buckle. If she wears an all-white gown
it'should be one withoutlaee or riboon
Saiann-ah, Ga., has G2.107 population
Ihing on five square miles of ground.
Wild borees are so numerous in
Queensland, Australia, that the people
shoot them to reduce thcirnumber.
On the Mount of Olivee, near Jeru
salem, there are eight oTive trees which
are known to-hat e existed in 1090 near
ly E00 years ago.
Xearly nil of the remote servants of
.Russia have to supply their own mat
tresses, and place them in any con
venient corner usually in tho kitchen.
Chicago is to have a needle factory,
the first in the United States. In it will
be used machines made by a Detroit
man, each of which can turn out 2,500
needles an hour.
Statistics show that theiongost lived
people have generally been those who
made breakfast tho principal meal of
tho day. The stomach has more vigor
in tho morning than at any other
NOVELTIES AND FADS.
Orchids are growing in fashion in
London ever since Mr. Joseph Chamber
lain took 4 wearing one in his button
hole. A Buffalo bank courts the e3teem of
the fair sex. It announces thatifis in
the heart of the shopping district, pays
out only new bills, and that it makes
change whether you hae an account or
Glass coffins are the latest novelty in
mortuary furnituie. A company lias
organized to manufactuie them in Ko
komo, Ind. The sides and bottom are
to be of unground glass, w 1th the top of
Ellsee Beclus haing proposed that a
globe 418 feet in diameter be built
somewhere as an exact model of tho
earth, Mr. Alfred Wallace suggests as
an improvement that the globe be con
cave nnd all the detail's be looked at
from the inside.
SCRAPS OF INFORMATION.
Tho world's railroads reach 407,5(3(1
London's population increases 70,000
Lung diseases are rare among the em
ployes in tobacco factories.
In proportionate its size theliorsohcs
a smaller stomach than any, other
In summer the consumption of bread
falls 20 per cent, below the amount
eaten in winter.
A flowering plant is said to abstract
from the soil 200 times its own weight
The tobacco used in New York city
costs five per cent, more than the bread
eaten in tho same time.
The Colosseum in Home could ac
comodate 80,000 spectators. It was in
tho form of nn ellipse; its longer di
ameter, 015 feet; the shorter diameter,
G. R. Padgett, of Marietta, "is at
Waterford, attending ills aged parents
who aro very ill.
C. E. Vaughn & Co havo their new
ware-liouso well under way.
Dr. Thco. Ilayward has built a pout
little ofllce on his father's lot and will
set up as a physician, soon.
S. R. ViuiMetre, of Murictta, bus the
finest field of upland LOrti we have
seen, on his farm west of here.
A. W. bhlnn bus a largo Normal at
Qualey, this county.
We visited tho well yestorday which
is being drilled for a Cincinnati com
pany. They reached the Berea Tues
day and telegraphed tho owners, who
arrived last night. The well is near
Puttin's Mills, nnd shows, that it will
be a paying well Several gaMods of
oil was dipped off yesterday. Another
well is being 'drilled northeust of this
about yx of a mile, They are uown
1100 feet and pushing things lively.
The former well mentioned lost two
strings of tools and had to move the
rig twice before getting down. They
passed through 40 feet of coal, .the up
per being nt COO feet.
A. W. iihinn has been employed to
superintend tho High School at Vin
cent for the coming year.
The recent heavy rains have spoiled
a great deal of hay in this vicinity.
II. C. McNeill" was throw n from his
binder lasl week, and quite severely
Tho well at Hidge, Noble county, is
being drilled in this week. It was n
false report that it was drilled in dry,
as it was not completed then.
The hardest rain of tho season fell
Tuesday i miles south of Beverly.
No serious damage was done.
Miss Carrie Furgerson and Mrs. Ara
Woodford arc lying very ill of typhoid
fever at Watertown That town is vis
ited by this dread disease yearly.
The peach crop is quite a good one
in Palmer, Fairfield and Wesley town
ships, this season.
Two crate manufactories have start
ed up in Waterford.
Electrie street lights will be placed
in Beverly soon, and natural gas will
be piped from Vincent. Verily the old
town is waking up. Wo lack abase
ball team to be uii with our neighbor
ing towns. C. F. S.
Tim Vx-V. b. Mnrshnl Not fcntlsllcil With
Hamilton, O., July 1G Henry Bohl,
Stale agent of the Prudential, and ex
United States marshal, under Cleve
land, was hero yesterday. Ho said
when asked about the Chicago ticket:
"I think it a ticket of Populists and
anarchists, and that it does not repre
sent Democratic principles.'' Mr. Bohl
is a Democrat, but it is doubtful if ho
votes for Bryan.
Electric Bitters is a medicine suited
for any season, but perhaps more gen
erally needed, when the languid ex
hausted feeling prevails, when the
liver is orpid and sluggish and the
need of a tonic and alterative is felt.
A prompt use of this medicine has
often averted long and perhaps fatal
bilious fevers. No medicine will act
more surely in counteracting and free
ing the system from tho malarial
poison. Headache, Indigestion, Con
stipation, Dizziness yield to Electric
Bitters. r.Oe and 81.00 per bottle at
Styer's Drug Store.
First M. E. Church. Ilorning service
by tho pastor. Topic: "The Mind of
Christ." No evening service. We join
in a union service at the Presbyterian
Church at 7 P. M.
Unitarian Church. Morning subject:
."The More Abundant Life." There
will be no service in the evening.
Presbyterian Church. The pastor
will preach in the morning as usuhI.
Subject: "God's Responsiyon ess " Rev.
M. W. Acton will preach in the even
ing in a union service.
Harmar Congregational Morning,
;TIio Soul's Highest Need." In the
evening, union service at Gilman Ave
nue M. E. church. Subject, "Gospel,
Gilman Avenue M. "E. Morning, "A
Prophet's Rash Resolution." Union
soryico in the evening led by Rev. Mr.
German St. Lukes Morning, "Serve
the Right Master." Evening, "Abra
ham Called." Installation of Church
council. Tho now hymn books will bo
used for the first time.
Rev. Coll will preach at the Infirm
ary Sunday afternoon at '.i o'clock, sun
We Oder You a Itemeay Which Insures
SAFETY to LIFE of Both
Mother and Child.
BOBS CONFINEMENT OF ITS PAIN,
II0BR0K AND DANGER,
Makes CHILD-BIRTH Easy.
Endorsed nnd recommended by jiliysl
clans, mldivlres and those who have used
It. Ilowaro of substitutes and Imitations.
Sent bf express or mall, on receipt ot price,
81. OO per bottle. Book "'10 M0T1IEI13 "'
mailed fiee, containing voluntary testimonials.
BBAD7TEU9 BZQULAT0B CO., Atlanta, Ga.
BOLD 1)V ALb DBUOaiSTS.
in oxchnnao for coupons with
"Chowlng nnd Smoking"
f Tho only ANTI-NERVOUS, ANTI-DYSPEPTIC 1
and NICOTINE NEUTRALIZED
EXCELLENT ODonFaco WATCHES,
O Ins American Watch Company nnd are guar- w
a, anteed tcitltout qualification. Tho "works'"
ZL contain only tho vert beet quality of material
ana havo all lmtOTcmcnts up to data They W
3 will wear anil pcrorm well for a lifetimes If A
z! only ordinarily cared for. Kever before has -
8uchrcrfcction been attained in aWatehaa the
f Narvcloue Development at AutomaticWatch- a
making Machinery tnablet us to offer you.
CouponB explain how to oecuro tho Above
One Coupon in each 6 cent (2 ounce) PacUtnc.
Two Coupons in each 10 cent (S ounee) Package,
Hall Pouch Tobacco is sold by aH dealers.
Packages (now on eafc) containing no coupons,
17111 ho accepted na coupons. "2 or." Empty Bag
03 one Coupon, "i 02." Umpty Bag at two Coupons.
LLllSTRATED Catalogue, of other Valuable Articles
mth explanation how to -get them, Mailed en recucst
The Bloch Bros. Tobacco Co., Wheeling, V. Va.
Ho Coupons exchanged after July 1, 1807
East Liverpool Winn. '
Tho second gumo between -Marietta
and E.ist ftveipool was closely con
tested and resulted in a victory for the
latter. Tiio snmo teams will play
Following is the scoie:
HAtlllTTA. All 11 111 S1I PO A E
Ilutchiut.. Hb 5 0 0 0 10 0
Shlors, lb r 0 1 1 7 1 0
McCunmon, if 4 0 10 2 0 0
Williams, 2 li 1 0 10 8 0 0
Legge, bS 4'1 10 0 2 1
McCallister, rf ...... 4 l' 2 0 O'O 0
Brown, cf 4 1 1 0 0 1 2
Donahue, c 4 0 2 0 0 10
Reynolds p.. .'.,.'... 1 0 1 1 1 2 1
TouK :;s :s 10 2 24 8 4
hAST L1VKKPOOL Al It 111 Sit PO A D
McNichol, m t 1 1 0 1 5 1
MeCarron, If 5 1 I, 0 0 1 0
Twaddle, cf 4 ,2 !! 0 1 0 0
'Goodwin, rf -.1 1 2 0 0 0 0
Hester, !!b 4 110 2 2 2
Hcdnlhorn, lb 1 0 8 0 18 0 0
Kennedy, 2b 4 0 10 4 4 0
Baxter, e .' 4 0 0 0 5 0 0
Lynch, p 1 0 0 0 1 0 0
37 0 12 0 27 18 3
Score by innings:
Marietta 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 a 0 3
East Liverpool. . . .4 0 0 0 2,0 0 0 0
Earned runs Marietta 1, Ecllpso 3.
Two-base hits Twaddle, Goodwin,
lleckathorn 2, Lesgee. Douahue, Reyn
olds. Home mns Twaddlo. Passed
balls Donahue 2. Hit by pitcher
Reynolds 1. Double play Lynch,
Kennedy. lleckathorn. Time lhr.
40min Umpires Alderman and Sea
mon. 4 Base Ball.
Cleveland , 12
Pittsburg ; 8
New York 10
St. Louis , 7
W - h Pr.
Cincinnati . . .53 . . . .24 088
Baltimore .' '. . .47 24 CG2
Cloveland .' 47 24 002
Boston 41 82 5(S2
Chicago 43. ...SO 541
Pittsburg '..30 84 534
Brooklyn , 35 3D 473
Philadelphia 85 40 407
Washington 31 S7 450
New York 30 41 423
St, Louis 20 ".50 203
Louisville 17 51 250
From a letter written by Rev. J.
Gunderman, of Dimondalc, Mich., wo
are permitted to make this extract: "I
have no hesitation in recommending
Dr. King's New Discovery, as the re
sults were almost marvelous in the case
of my 'wife. While I was pastor pf the
Baptist Church at Rives Junction she
was brought down with Pneunjohia
succeeding La Grippe. Terrible parox
ysms of coughing would last for hours
with little interruption and it seemed
as if she could hot 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
Drugstore. Regularsio 50c. and?1.00
91, ". I)owil Will 3crvo as Scrgc.irit-at-Arms.
Sr. Boms, July 17. Mr. M. V. Dowd,
of this city, is to serve as scigount-at-arms
of the silver party's convention, to
beheldatMuhiehnllne.tweek. Ho re
ceived his appointment Thursday from
Dr. J. J. Mott, chairman of the national
committee. Mr. Dowd will proceed a
once to organise i corps ot assist
ants. He is going to have 50 door-keep
ers, the same number of assistant ser
gcants-at-arms, 21 uhhors and about as
many pages and messengers.
Tho Contract Awnrdci'l.
Washington, July 1". The contract,
for tho interior finish vo(k of the Ue
troit, Mich., public building was Fri
day awarded to Forastcr .and Smithy,
of Minneapolis, Minn., at 3210,740, the
work to be completed within scvontccc
months. This bid was $00,000 less than
the ne.t lowest bid.
.State II Jr Officers'.
Put-IN-IUy. 0., July 17. The Stale
Bar associailon elected t.hc following
ofjjcers: Hon. Geo. K. Nash, president
Harry B. Arnold, secretary; L. 1. Pike,
1 1 'i i
liven in the most severe cases of
sprain or brujse, cut or burn, Thomas'
Eclcctric Oil gives almost instant re
lief. It is tho ideal family liniment.
Thousands are suffering'excruciating
misery from that plague of the night,
Itching Piles, and say nothing about
If t.lirniirrh a Rftnsa of dnliennv. In
stant relief in Doan's Ointment. It
What seems but a case of simple
diarrhoea frequently develops into tho
most dangerous of bowel troubles, if
neglected. Dr. Fowler's-Ext of Wild
Strawberry is a never-failing specific
in ull such cases.
"After suffering from dyspopsia for
three years, I decided to try Burdock
Blood'Blttcrs. Two bottles cured mo
entirely." Mrs. G. C. White, Taberg,
Onoida County, New York.
ti0ICnitfhta cf Labor, and all fair minded people notice that all the
first class Clothiers and Furnishers of the city closest 5:30
o'clock, Tuesdays and Saturdays excepted.
Better Late Than Never I
True, tho season for
selling summer goods is
x . about over, yet the season for
wearing them is "just beginning, and per
haps you wero right in waiting until this late
date to buy because of the great reduction in prices.
Not a summer garment can we carry over because of the
great need of room for the Fall and Winter stock. THEY
MUST BE SOLD, no matter what the cost may be. , ASuits for
Men, Boys and Children,, Odd Pants, Odd Coats, Odd Vests, Un
derwear, Shirts, Straw Hats, &c, &c, all MUST GO and at
greatly reduced prices. Don't think of buying until you have
seen us. We can surely save you some money.
S. R. Van Metre & Co.,
The Old Reliable Cash. Clothiers.
Shirt Waists md
At one-half value. Very pretty styles, and
just what you need this hot weather. Come
quick before they are gone.
I 68 Front Street,
'id- "id- W ( w fi? ?! ) -Siy--tfF-w ffj-
Colonial Book Store
Is one of the coolest stores in
things to attract attention.
A New Line of Blank Booki This stack ir vorvfnll nnrl pmvmWn
in comprising all styles and grades, including a splendid assortment
of Letter Copying Books. Our prices are made to meet the times.
Writina 'Paver, Tablets. Envelopes We have added in nnr nnsnrf.
ment the latest and best things.
commend themselves to every patron.
Hammocks, prices reduced. More comfort in one of them, this
weather, than in all other sources of comfort combined.
Etidorhpa. Not the end of the world literally but a book tho sen
sation of the season, a literary masterpiece and a prophecy.
ITcKmleij Tops Like the man they are named after, are spinning
themselves into favor.
We can promoto.your comfort in stocjc, prices, service, etc.; try us.
153 Colonial Block.
J. E. VANDERVOORT.
Prepare for the Fruit Season I
Now is the time you will bo wanting Fruit Jars, and we have them
in abundance, at nost reasonable prices. Call in early, so that when
you aro in the midst of putting up friit your jars will be at baud.
MRS. CHAS. W. HOLZ, 286 Front Street, Marietta, Ohio
Important to Teachers!'
A NORMAL SCHOOL
will be opened In the v
Marietta High School Building,
Monday, August 3d, 1896,
And continue in session for four weeks.
Instruction in Arithmetic, Geogra
phy, Grammar, History, Civil Govern
ment, Physiology, Orthography, Pen
manship and Pedagogy will be free to
all who aro teaching or preparing to
teach. Brlngyoiir text-books with you.
rhosoxwho wish to secure boarding
are requested to write to Martin R. An
drews or V. W. Boyd of Marietta.
Tho Normal. Institute will close with
an examination on Friday, August 28th
SPOT :-: CASH.
Three for One Hundred Dollars.
You and your neighbor can club on them.
One for Thirty-five Dollars.
This is the prico at which wo aro authorized to sell just three
Standard New Mowers. Mind, only three to go at this price. Some
people aro Bmart enough to know a good thing Tvhon it is offered to
them. Olimb into the band wagon right riow.
NYE HARDWARE CO.,
170 Front Str.,
W JiP'iFvifiF'il?'?!? Wiff? W
town, try it! Among the many-
This line is complete, and prices will
C E. GLINES.
A Full Line in Stock at
AGENTS, Marietta, Ohn