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FRIDAY. AUGUST 7, I89G
OI the United Stittea.
GARRETT A. HOBAHT,
Of New Jersey.
'Republican State Ticket.
For Secretary of State.
CHARLES KINNEY, of Scioto Co.
For Judge of the Supreme Court,
MARSHALL J. WILLIAMS, of Payette Co.
ror 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. n. VAN VOORHIS, of Musklntp.un Co.
For Piobate Judge,
D.R. ROOD, of Belpre.
'"'jOHNS. MCCALLISTER, Fourth Ward.
W. A. PATTERSON, of Waterford.
JOHN W. ATHEY, Marietta Towns p.
JOHN RANDOLPH, Wesley Township.
For Infirmary Director.
WM. SCHNAUFFER, Newport Township.
The Republican Party stands i
for honest money and the chance
to earn it by honest toil.
THE SILVERITE CATECHISM.
In Which Free Coinage Theories
What is money? Something made out
of nothing- by government.
Is there any limit to the amount of
money which government can make?
jOnly tho capacity of the printing
presses of the country.
What kind of money is the best?
That which, has the least value.
What does "cheap money" mean?
Money that will buy very little wealth.
Why arc some people poor? Because
jtlic money they get in exchange for
their products or their labor will buy a
.large amount of goods.
How can the poor all be made rich?
(By stamping 50 cents' worth of silver
'one dollar" and thus decreasing the
(purchasing power of money.
What is a capitalist? A wicked sinner
rwho -has worked hard and saved up a
What is a patriot? A man who covets
;his neighbor's property and wants to
iget hold of it by law.
What does "repudiation" mean.? It is
.a. simple scheme for readjusting the in
equalities between the men v. ho worked
and the men who liave, not.
What is the golden rule of the silver
lites? Do others as they would not da
"What arc we to understand by "honr
esty" and "good faith between men?"
iThat creditors are to be cheated out of
one-lialf of their property whenever the
luebtors control congress.
Why not benefit debtors still more by
(repudiating all the claims of creditors?
JTlxat will come later. The public must
'be educated into silverism by degrees.
What is a creditor? A fiond in human
Shape who loaned 100 cent-dollars and
J doesn't want to be paid in dollars worth
t5u centsT" "'-
3Iow will free silver help the farm
crs? By causing the withdrawal of all
loans, paralysis of industry, stagnation
id commerce and idleness of millions of
workers who now buy farm products.
How will the sixteen, to one schema
(benefit the working classes? By-mak-Jng
them pay twice as much for every
thing they buy, while giving themlittlo
or no increase in wages. It will also
confiscate half of their savings bank
What is a salver mine owner? A good,
ikind, unselfish citizen, who doesn't
vant higher prices of silver so that ho
iwUl get rich, but simply because he
jloves his fellow man. ,-c"tf '"'' " '
,I)oe!r his Tovefor'tho workers lead
&im to pay more than market rates for
'tis labor? Not much. Business and
sentiment are .two different things. Be
sides ho doesn't have to.
What is a sound currency? Dollars
with CO cents' worth of silver and. 50
cents' worth of fiat or paper dollars all
What is the cmei duty or a goou. ciu
zen? To hat everybody who is indus
Itrious and thrifty, and to meekly swol
Jow all the nostrums of the cheap money
How can the people be made prosper
ous? By setting class against class; dis
couraging the investment of capital;
contracting the currency by ruining
employer, driving out gold and over-
uirowing our sound financial system.-
Dearnea. Not tho Goal. ("
The silrer men give away the case
when they say that free coinage will
"increase prices." The one universal
human interest is cheapness. The ideal
condition would be one wherein all de
sirable things were produced without
nrjy cost at nil. Every advance toward
that condition that is to say, every
cheapening of tlie necessities of life is
a great gairi for everybody. On the other
hand, every increase in the price of the
necessities of life is a direct and griev
ous hurt to the DeoDle.
Tho populist convention of Nebraska
nominated W. l Porter for secretary
of state Wednesday.
Tho democratic state convention of
Missouri nominated- Hon. Lon. V.
Stevens for governor by acclamation.
Judge Uolte will receive tho nomina
tion for lioutenant governor.
The bound money democrats of St.
Louis regularly opened their campaign
Wednesday ovening. A well-attended
mass meeting was held at Chatworth
hull, presided over by Col -lames O.
Broadhcad. Addresses were made by
Mr. E. C. Kehr, James L. lllair and Col.
Maj. John F. Lacey was unanimously
elected Wednesday for another term in
congress by the republicans of the
Sixth Iowa district.
The New Hampshire prohibition con
vention Wednesday nominated John G
Berry for governor. Nominations for
the remaining officers were referred to
the state committee with full power.
A letter was received at Topeka,
Kan., from Garrett A. Hobart in which
he said he would bo in Topeka at tho
fall festival during the last week in
September. Gov. McKinley and W. J.
Bryan have already accepted invita
tions to be present, and letters have
been sent to Arthur Sewall and Tom
Watson urging them to be there.
A Bryan club has been formed among
the union printers in Chicago.
The Hock Islan d county democratic
committee has made arrangements to
tender W. J. Bryan a gieat welcome
in the cities of Bock Island and Moline
next Saturday afternoon.
The Fifth Virginia district republic
ans have nominated John K. Brown, of
Martinsville, for congress. The repub
licans of the Second district split into
two conventions. Ono nominated Dr.
H. A. Wise, of Williamsburg, and the
other put up J. J. Deyer, of South
ampton, for congress.
Mayor Pingree, of Detroit, was nom
inated by the republican state conven
tion at Grand Bapids, Mich., for gov
ernor on the fourth ballot.
Tho Nebraska state populist's con
vention Thursday morning nominated
J. B. Mesery for treasurer, but left the
other of the two offices originally re
quested by the democrats, that of at
torney general, blank. Mm. JNevuie
and J. S. Kirkpatrick were nominated
for supreme court justices.
Hon. Thomas B. Heed was renom
inated for congress by the republicans
of the First Maine district.
At the national republican head
quarters in New York it was said
Thursday morning that additional
prominent speakers had been secured
for the campaign. Among them arc
ex-Gov. Pitkin, of Louisiana; Gen. O.
O. Howard and L. E. Pairchild. Ex
Gov. Pitkin will begin his work in
Maine on August 22. No word has
come from Gen. Hurrison as to when
his services will be at tho disposal of
the national committee.
Charles A. Dana, in an editorial in
the New York Sun. Thursday morning,
bolts the Chicago nomination and says
he will vote for Wm. McKinley.
At Waterville, Me., the second dem
ocratic statu convention, called because
of the declination of Hon. Edward P.
Winslow to htand ns a candidate for
governor, and tho divided .sentiment
on the silver question, was held Thurs
day. Melvin P. Frank was nominated
on the first ballot.
Maj. ScoSeld was nominated for gov
ernor by the Wisconsin republican
convention on the sixth ballot. Nomi
nation made unanimous. The present
state otlicers, except governor, were
then renominated by acclamation and
the ticket completed.
Convicted Murderer of I.lttle Ida Casklll,
Taken to the Penitentiary.
Omaha, Neb., Aug. 6. Sheriff Mc
Donald and deputy Wednesday took
Edward Morg'an, the convicted mur
derer of little Ida Gaskill, to the peni
tentiary at Lincoln. At the sheriffs
special request the fact that Morgan
was to be taken to Lincoln was not
mentioned in the papers, he fearing
that the spread of the news would
cause a crowd to collect cither here or
George Hoover, tho murderer of
Councilman Dubois, will be hanged
Friday morning. Morgan was to have
been hung at the same time but the
supreme court is now reviewing his
case, and the date will be changed.
Why Gen. Ochando Returned to Spain.
Madiud, Aug. 0. A dispatch to tho
Imparcial from Havana says that Gen.
Ochando, Captain General Weyler's
chief of staff, returned to Spain partly
because his health is not good and
partly on account of a sharp letter he
recently received from tho homo gov
ernment. Tho Canadian Team Won.
London, Aug. (J. In the competition
at Shoeburyness under tho auspices of
the National Artillery association
Wednesday, the queen's prize for gar
rison artillery was won by tho Cana
dian team, which also secured the third
prize in the No. 2 garrison competition.
Charged With Poisoning Ills Wife.
St. Paul, Minn., Aug. O.-r-Bev. J. C.
Hull, a prominent Methodist minister
of this city, was locked up in the Ducas
Street police statlonr'Wednesday even
ing, charged with administering poison
to his wife, who is. in, a very critical
Maj. I.othalro Acquitted.
Brubski.s, Aug. 0. The trial of Maj.
Lothiiire, the officer of the Congo Preo
State, who was accused of illegally
ordering tho execution in Africa of tho
English trader and ex-mlsslonary,
Stokes, ended Thursday in his acquit
tal Heath nf Mrs. IIIcka-Lord.
New Yohk, Aug. a Mrs. Annette
Wilhelmlna Wilkens Hicks-Lord, ono
of tho best known figures in the social
world, died Wednesday night at her
home. No. 32 Washington square.
A New Orleans Hank Suspends.
New Oki.eans, Aug, 0. Tho Amer
ican national bank failed to open its
doom Thurfeday. Tho board of direc
tors have decided to go into liquidation.
As to tho Sound Money Democ
Mr. Bynum Laughs at the Suggestion
That He Will Be Named.
The Men Mot Talked of fur l'rcnidcnt Are
Palmer, or ltlltmlM Mr- Curlialc mid
l'oitma.tcr General Wilson Iluck-
ucr Chance for Vice President.
Indianapolis, Ind., Aug. 0. Tho
joint committees of the Commercial
club and board of trade appointed for
the purpose of assisting to. entertain
the provisional national committee of
tho sound money democracy and to en
deavor to persuade it to hold its Sep
tember convention in this city, met
Wednesday nfternoon to completo tho
details of the arrangements.
The members of tho sound money
executive committee nro expected
to arrive Thursday afternoon, and a
meeting will be held Thursday night to
look over the correspondence and make
up the credentials of the members of
the national committee. A gathering
of the committee and a certainty that
it will call a national convention has
brought about considerable gossip as
to probable candidates. Mr. Bynum,
who has been mentioned for the presi
dency, lnughs at the suggestion and
says that his name is not to be consid
ered. The most talked of are Gen.
Palmer, of Illinois; Mr. Carlisle and
Mr. Wilson, postmaster general. In
case Gen. Palmer or some other north
ern man is made the nominee for presi
dent, there is little doubt that Gen.
Buckncr, of Kentucky, will be named
for vice president His record as a
democrat is strong and clear and there
is a belief that his name on the ticket
would save Kentucky to the honest
The delegates to Friday's conference
of the provisional national committee
of the gold democrats which will hold
its first session at two p. m., began ar
riving Thursday. The first to reach
the city were M. L. Crawford, of Dal
las, Tex., and J. P. Smith, of Fort
Worth, Tex. They had scarcely regis
tered at the Bates house before they
complained of the heat, which is ter
rific, the thermometer at noon stand
ing at 00 with scarcely a brcatli of air
stirring. The Texas delegates had lit
tle to say of the proposed conference
but from their utterances it may be
said that they are not entiroly in favor
of a gold convention.
Chicago's Hottest Day.
Ciiicaoo, Aug. 0. Wednesday was the
hottest Chicago has seen this season.and
before the middle of the afternoon the
thermometer bad reached 00, and be
tween 15 and 20 people had been picked
up in the streets overcome by the neat.
Many of the cases were bad but none
necessarily fatal. Sickness is being
produced, and unless there is a speedy
change in the weather much trouble is
expected. Joseph It. Lupliam, a well
known leading shoe .findings dealer,
was the first to die from the heat. Ho
was conscious Tuesday and died Wed
nesday from a paralytic stroke induced
by the warm weather.
A Hot Day In St. Louis.
St. Louis, Aug. 0. Wednesday was
another exceedingly hot day in St.
Louis. At 7 a. m. thermometers regis
tered 85 degrees and at 5 p. m. OS de
grees was recorded. Sunstrokes are
less frequent, owing to tho dry atmos
phere. Five cases wero treated at the
city dispensary. Thomas Hopewell,
residence unknown, was picked up at
the corner of Center anil Market
streets and treated at the dispensary.
He died Wednesday evening. The
other cases are not serious. The local
weather forecast is for continued warm
weather until Thursday evening.
West Virginia Fopullst Convention.
Pahkehsbuho, W. Va., Aug. 0. At
the evening session of the populist
state convention, after a long debate,
the following state officers were nomi
nated: Auditor, T. G. Miller, of Hunt
ington; treasurer, L B. Offner, of Bar
bour; attorney general, L H. Lynch, of
Spencer; superintendent of schools,
II. 'A. Martin, of Summers county; su
preme judge, A. W. Corlett, of Brax
ton. The "middle of the road" men
are fighting against a resolution con
ferring upon the executive committee
powers to fuse with the democrats.
Secretary Herbert's European Trip.
WAsnixoTON, Aug. 0. Secretary
Herbert reached Washington from his
Alabama trip at an early hour Wednes
day morning. Passage has been en
gaged on the American liner St. Louis,
August 12, for Secretary Herbert, his
private secretary and Miss Herbert,
and return passage on the Paris about
a month later. Rumors connecting
the secretary's trip to Europe with al
leged matrimonial intentions are con
tradicted. An Elector to Helen.
Allentown, Pa., Aug. 0. State
Chairman Wright Wednesday morning
received a letter from John B. Hick
son, of Chester, who Is on the, state
ticket as a democratic elector, stating'
that his views on the Chicago platform
are such as to preclude the idea of his
being on the ticket, and ho will at tho
proper time present his resignation.
I'oraker Going to Europe.
Chicago, Aug. 0. Great surprise was
manifested at tho republican national
headquarters Wednesday afternoon by
tho receipt of advices from Senator
elect Foraker that ho had arranged to
leave for Europe on tho 19th und would
not be back for a month or more.
Wreck on the Norfolk and Western.
Wayne, W. Va., Aug. 0. A bad
freiuht wreck has just been reported
on tho Norfolk & Western railroad at
Dunlow. Ono train was standing on
tho main lino when a west-bound
freight ran into St, demolishing almost
tho entire train. No deaths.
Armenian I'utrlarcli Itealgu..
CoMSiANTiNorLE, Aug. 0. Matthew
Izmirlian, the Armenian patriarch, has
resigned, and the sultan lias accepted
The I'onrth Game In tho Championship
Sorlca With ParkersuurR,
Five hundred people witnessed tho
Mariotta-Parkersburg game Thursday
nfternoon, the fourth of tho so-called
championship serios of six. Tho local
nine won easily, making their third
victory in the four games. Tho "ruot
ers" wero out In full force, but no in
decent guying was indulged in, tho
Marietta management haying strictly
forbidden such tactics on the grounds.
Tho Parkorsburg team was under
tho manngeraent of Fred Coleman, Sig
Marcus being in Baltimore, presum
ably trying to get the Orioles to como
over and don Parkersburg uniforms for
the remaining games with Marietta.
Taylor und Taylor wero in tho points
for the homo team and Whlsscn and
Anderson for tho visitors. Marietta
took tho bat and started the game at a
rattling pace. Hutchlns wont out on a
ily to center and Shiers limped down to
first, being hit by a pitched ball. Mc
Cammon mot the Rphore for u two bag
ger and Williams followed with ono of
tho same color, Shiers and McCammon
both scoring earned runs. Parkers
burg failed to score in the first and
both teams got goose eggs in tho sec
ond. In the third inning three singles by
Shires, McCammon and Williams scored
two more earned runs for Marietta.
Hastings wont to first and on around
to third on Marietta's errors and crossed
the plate on Williams single, making
the score 4 to 1.
In tho next three innings the home
team secured a run in each, while the
visitors drew three blanks. O'Neal,
Parkersburg's right fielder, was taken
out in the sixth for poor playing and
McCone substituted. This led to a
rumpus in the Parkersburg team, dur
ing which O'Neal called catcher Ander
son a vile name, for which he should
not only have been removed from tho
field, but fined for indecent language.
In the seventh inning Sam Taylor
sent a beautiful long drive out to the
fence for three bases and scored on a
wild throw to third. Jack Taylor
pounded tho ball for two bases and
Hutchlns did the same, adding
another earned run. Donavan, Park
ersburg's left fielder, sent the sphere
over tho fence in this inning for a
home run. Anderson singled, stole
becond and came home on a wild throw
of Sam Taylor.
Neither team made a run In the
eighth and ninth and the game ended
9 to 8 in Marietta's favor.
Fielding errors were numerous on
both sides, neither nine being up to its
usual fielding average. Only (S hits
were made off of Taylor's delivery and
he had 11 strike-outs to his credit.
Whissen was hit hard, the number of
base hits made off of him being 14,
only three of the Mariettas striking
Reynolds and Donahue will be in the'
points for Marietta today.
Your Boy Wont Llvo a Month.
So Mr. Gilman Brown, of 34 Mill St,
South Gardner, Mass., was told by the
doctors. His son had Lung trouble,
following Typhoid Malaria, and he
spent three hundred and seventy-five
dollars with doctors, who finally gave
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 be the best in the world
for Lung trouble. Trial Bottles Free
at W. H. btyer's Drug Store
Pittsburg , 2
Boston v 1
Washington ". . .'. 0
3t. Louis 8
W L P r
Baltimore 50 27 5S
Cincinnati 03 29 085
Cleveland 57 81 048
Chicago 51. . . .40 574
Boston 48 80 553
Pittsburg 49 40 494
Brooklyn 41 47 400
Philadelphia 89 49 443
New York 30 52 409
Washington 84 51 400
St, Louis 28 01 815
Louisville 82 04 250
',. & O. R. Ity. cheap excursion to
Klversido Park Sunday, August 9th.
1 1.00 round trip. Baseball game, Mari
etta vs. ZanesyMe. Special train will
leave Marietta at 12 noon. Ball game
commences at :i p. m. Train will re
turn immediately after game.
SUFFER UNTOLD MISERIES.
ACTS AS A SPECIFIC
, Bj Arousing to Healthj Action all her Organs.
It causes health to bloom, antK
lov to reicrn throughout the frame.
... It Never Falls to Reoulate ...
"Urwlfeba. been undertroatment of lead.
iter urica three bottle, of IIUADFIKLU'B
vrmii.h HKfini.ATOH .he can do her own
cooking, mining ana warning.
BRIDrTELD BE0UUT0B CO., Atlanta, (it.
Sold br drugglitiat tl.00 per bottle.
Our Summer business. Have a
few light-weight light color suits on
hand that MUST BE SOLD. Some sizes left in
the popular Linen suit. Ever try one on to know how
comfortable they are? Come in and look at them; they're
cheap, only FOUR DOLLARS for a FULL SUIT. Straw Hats
we are ALMOST GIVING AWAY.
mer goods--haven't the room. We're crowded now, and not
HALF the Fall stock in. Now's tha time if you are looking for
EXTRAORDINARY VALUES. We give no chromos or presents,
can't afford to. Sell goods on too close a margin for that.
Come and see us NOW. x sV " T.
S. R. Van Metre & 'Go. s
Tlie Old Reliable Cash. Clothiers.
Shirt Waists and Dimity Wrappers
At one-half value. Very pretty styles, and
just what you need this hot weather. Come
quick before they are gone.
JENVEY & ALLEN,
1 68 Front Street, - - Marietta, Ohio
Vll?l vK V VIV"
Colonial Book Store!
The best place in town to get all
NORNAL SCHOOL SUPPLIES
And a Fan
White's School Management.
1 53 Colonial Block, Front St.
J. E. VANDERVOORT. C. E. GL1NES.
Prepare for the Fruit Season!
Now is tho time you will be wanting Fruit Jars, and we have them
in abundanco, at most reasonable prices. Call, In early, so that when
you are in the midst of putting up fruft your jars will be at hand.
MRS. CHAS. W. HOLZ, 286 Front Street, Marietta, Ohio
DO YOU EAT BREAD?
Jacob Pfaff's Is unexcelled, as are
also his Cakes and Ices, Finest
Neapolitan Ice Cream that can be
made. Particular and personal at,
tentlon slven to serving oartles
receptlons, weddlnssor public din
ners. JACOB PFAFF,
v To make room for an-
$j ?Q other carload to arrive
H in ten days wo will soil
aJ ul u nucrui uidvuuuv
H Now is your chance.
$pF.H. Dutton & Son.,
Ul 515 Fourth street.
Water Filter No I
The filtering medium used in this filter is
a natural stone tube. Tho capacity of the
"Mr. i filrnr is nhout three callons per hour.
Tim construction is vorv simple. The stone is secured to the base
l.v n rr.fi nnKfliiiir throuch it, civinc it strength And stability. This
obviates tho use of cement and makes the 6tone easily interchange
mi (til ,1 n 4- nnxnw nn nmr B lwrn llV1 TllO n O a ID
able, mis nuer is muuu iu nuiow uu uj um uiuu'
made of bronze, highly polished and nickel-plated.
THE NYE HARDWARE COMPANY,
. No. 170 Front street, Marietta, O.
Can't carry over ANY sum
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